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It’s an edge case the metric doesn’t handle well or maybe it illuminates why some quirks in NFL scheduling make evaluating teams difficult. The 85 years of 1933-2018 Pittsburgh Steelers thank you for the memories signature shirt can only beat the teams they play. Through the first 8 games of the season, it was literally impossible for them to earn a higher rank. Yeah, this method is great to compare two teams of the same score, but if it starts putting 4-3 and 5-3 teams over 8-0 I get the feeling it values “quality losses” a bit too much. Especially when it comes to outliers like going winless or lossless.
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I appreciate a few things about this post. The history and methodology explanations are thorough but not grossly verbose. The methodology 85 years of 1933-2018 Pittsburgh Steelers thank you for the memories signature shirt is strong and not haphazardly concocted like many “homebrew” metrics. I also appreciate it putting some perspective on the Raiders performance this year. A probably better than an average overall team that has lost to 4 very good teams (and one of them just barely). Some context that seems lost in the minds of power rankers and people casually discussing the Raiders as if they are clearly a bad team.