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Which Is More Likely 0-16 or 16-0?

The Lions and Bengals are winless, the Titans are undefeated, but at the end of 2008 which team will have a goose egg and why?

Posted by Emil Steiner on October 27, 2008 9:56 AM
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OZZIE: The Titans will eventually lose, a running back will go down or the rookie QB will make enough mistakes. I think the Lions will win this se...

OZZIE: oops, meant to say the backup QB, not rookie......

LA Futbol: No one is going to go all the way this year, perfect or winless. And I am sure no team will do what the Patriots did last year ever again. N...

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11 Man Gang :

There has never been an 0-16 in the history of football. Tampa Bay went winless for a few seasons, but that was only a 14 game season so it doesn't count. Similarly the Pats went 16-0 last year so it has been proven possible.
If anyone has a shot at going ohfer though it is the Lions who put the uck in suck.

OZZIE :

The Titans will eventually lose, a running back will go down or the rookie QB will make enough mistakes. I think the Lions will win this season as well, they just need to get the ball into Megatron's hands more often. The Bengals are a horrible team and terribly coached, so if anyone could lose 16 games this season I would bet on them, but it would still be very unlikely.

OZZIE :

oops, meant to say the backup QB, not rookie...

LA Futbol :

No one is going to go all the way this year, perfect or winless. And I am sure no team will do what the Patriots did last year ever again. Not only was it an amazing feat, but soon the NFL will be adding more regular season games. 16-0 is hard enough but 18-0 is just impossible.

 
 
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