Parity Rules In Effect

We know the NFL loves its parity. So follow this logic, and you will conclude that no one – or anyone – can win the Super Bowl this year. Starting with the Chiefs opening win over the Chargers 21-14 on Monday night, you can glean this from the scores on any given Sunday. It’s NFL parity at its best.

The folks at Deadspin website came up with this nugget. Here’s the link to the original version. We’ve put the information into a different form.

Enjoy NFL parity.

The NFL Parity Circle

Winner

Loser

Score

Chiefs

Chargers

21-14

Chargers

Jaguars

38-13

Jaguars

Bills

36-26

Bills

Bengals

49-31

Bengals

Ravens

15-10

Ravens

Dolphins 

26-10

Dolphins

Vikings 

14-10

Vikings

Lions

24-10

Lions

Redskins 

37-25

Redskins

Eagles 

17-12

Eagles

Giants

27-17

Giants

Bears

17-3

Bears

Packers 

20-17

Packers

Jets

9-0

Jets

Patriots

28-14

Patriots

Steelers 

39-26

Steelers

Falcons

15-9

Falcons

Buccaneers 

27-21

Bucs

Browns

17-14

Browns

Saints 

30-17

Saints

Panthers 

16-14

Panthers

49ers

23-20

49ers

Rams

23-20

Rams

Seahawks 

20-3

Seahawks

Cardinals 

22-10

Cardinals

Raiders

24-23

Raiders

Broncos

59-14

Broncos

Titans

26-20

Titans

Cowboys 

34-27

Cowboys

Texans 

27-13

Texans

Colts

34-24

Colts

Chiefs

19-9


One Response to “Parity Rules In Effect”

  • November 26, 2010  - Denzil says:

    Love the arrangement, Kent. Lesson for me is that over-analysis of the NFL stats can be frustratingly meaningless. Enjoy each game on its own merits! Thanks for this piece.




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