2006 NFL Pythags

First off, let me note that these are the average Pythags from throughout the season. Some thoughts:

  1. That was an awful Jets team that somehow made the playoffs.
  2. The Chargers blew their best shot at a title. Also, a Colts-Chargers AFC Championship game would have felt like a Super Bowl.
  3. The Saints finished the season with a much higher Pythag than they averaged for most of the year. They’d be around .6500, if we were using their final Pythag.
  4. The Cowboys were the best team in the NFC. Whatever happened to Tony Romo?
  5. Get used to every non-Patriots team in the AFC East having a below-average Pythag.

 

San Diego Chargers 0.7093
Indianapolis Colts 0.7086
Dallas Cowboys 0.6759
New England Patriots 0.6647
Chicago Bears 0.656
Denver Broncos 0.6452
Cincinnati Bengals 0.6405
Pittsburgh Steelers 0.6399
Carolina Panthers 0.6166
Baltimore Ravens 0.614
Philadelphia Eagles 0.5951
New York Giants 0.5778
Jacksonville Jaguars 0.5732
Atlanta Falcons 0.5689
Seattle Seahawks 0.5382
Kansas City Chiefs 0.5302
New Orleans Saints 0.5173
Miami Dolphins 0.4856
Washington Redskins 0.4442
Minnesota Vikings 0.435
St. Louis Rams 0.4242
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0.402
New York Jets 0.3955
Buffalo Bills 0.3866
Cleveland Browns 0.3647
Arizona Cardinals 0.3535
Green Bay Packers 0.3514
Detroit Lions 0.3372
San Francisco 49ers 0.2918
Houston Texans 0.2917
Tennessee Titans 0.2916
Oakland Raiders 0.2853
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