Playoff Wins

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    Playoff Wins

    This is just the raw data. Do with it what you will.

    Since 2011
    Ravens 5-1
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-2
    49ers 3-2
    Texans 2-2

    Since 2010
    Ravens 6-2
    Packers 5-2
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-3
    49ers 3-2

    Since 2009
    Ravens 7-3
    Packers 5-3
    Saints 4-2    
    Jets 4-2
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-4
    49ers 3-2

    Since 2008
    Ravens 9-4
    Packers 5-3
    Steelers 5-2
    Saints 4-2
    Cardinals 4-2
    Jets 4-2
    Giants 4-1
    Patriots 3-4
    49ers 3-2 

    Since 2007
    Ravens 9-4
    Giants 8-1
    Packers 6-4
    Patriots 5-5
    Steelers 5-3

    Since 2006
    Ravens 9-5
    Giants 8-2
    Patriots 7-6
    Colts 6-5
    Packers 6-4

    Since 2005
    Ravens 9-5
    Steelers 9-3
    Patriots 8-7
    Giants 8-3
    Colts 6-6
    Packers 6-4

    Since 2004
    Patriots 11-7
    Steelers 10-4
    Ravens 9-5
    Giants 8-3
    Colts 6-7
    Packers 6-5

    Since 2003
    Patriots 14-7
    Steelers 10-4
    Ravens 9-6
    Colts 8-8
    Giants 8-3
    Packers 7-3
    Seahawks 6-7
    Eagles 6-6

    Since 2003 playoff teams with byes are 26-14 in their first game and only 4 bye teams have gone on to win the super bowl.

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

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    Since 2007
    Ravens 9-4
    Giants 8-1
    Packers 6-4
    Patriots 5-5
    Steelers 5-3



    Well, of those ten games, eight were played at home and two at neutral sites

    Pats havent played a road playoff game since the AFC title game in Indy (January 2007)

    5-5 without having to perform in front of even one hostile crowd, geesh

    Not good enough...




     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

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    Well, of those ten games, eight were played at home and two at neutral sites

    Pats havent played a road playoff game since the AFC title game in Indy (January 2007)

    5-5 without having to perform in front of even one hostile crowd, geesh

    Not good enough...


    Good points. Gotta win at home.

    2012 Not good enough
    2011 SB runner-up
    2010 Pats beat both SB teams
    2009 Not good enough
    2008 If only we had Brady

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

    In response to digger0862's comment:

    This is just the raw data. Do with it what you will.

    Since 2011
    Ravens 5-1
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-2
    49ers 3-2
    Texans 2-2

    Since 2010
    Ravens 6-2
    Packers 5-2
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-3
    49ers 3-2

    Since 2009
    Ravens 7-3
    Packers 5-3
    Saints 4-2    
    Jets 4-2
    Giants 4-0
    Patriots 3-4
    49ers 3-2

    Since 2008
    Ravens 9-4
    Packers 5-3
    Steelers 5-2
    Saints 4-2
    Cardinals 4-2
    Jets 4-2
    Giants 4-1
    Patriots 3-4
    49ers 3-2 

    Since 2007
    Ravens 9-4
    Giants 8-1
    Packers 6-4
    Patriots 5-5
    Steelers 5-3

    Since 2006
    Ravens 9-5
    Giants 8-2
    Patriots 7-6
    Colts 6-5
    Packers 6-4

    Since 2005
    Ravens 9-5
    Steelers 9-3
    Patriots 8-7
    Giants 8-3
    Colts 6-6
    Packers 6-4

    Since 2004
    Patriots 11-7
    Steelers 10-4
    Ravens 9-5
    Giants 8-3
    Colts 6-7
    Packers 6-5

    Since 2003
    Patriots 14-7
    Steelers 10-4
    Ravens 9-6
    Colts 8-8
    Giants 8-3
    Packers 7-3
    Seahawks 6-7
    Eagles 6-6

    Since 2003 playoff teams with byes are 26-14 in their first game and only 4 bye teams have gone on to win the super bowl.




    who is the guy in ur avatar?

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

    Pretty simple. As the inherited defensive stars aged the team around Brady became more and more mediocre. Great coach and QB have kept them in the hunt, but they have not been the team to beat for sometime now.

     

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    Re: Playoff Wins

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    who is the guy in ur avatar?


    One of my favorite Patriots, Mosi Tatupu. RIP

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    Pretty simple. As the inherited defensive stars aged the team around Brady became more and more mediocre. Great coach and QB have kept them in the hunt, but they have not been the team to beat for sometime now.

     

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    Yes Babe, it seems we've heard that from you before. Belichick, Brady and a bunch of jags. I disagree as do many others.

    As for being mediocre, I'll give you that. Every team is mediocre and there is no team to beat. this gives the Patriots a shot every year.

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

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    In response to 42AND46's comment:

    who is the guy in ur avatar?



    One of my favorite Patriots, Mosi Tatupu. RIP

     




    ah yes I remember him

     
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    Re: Playoff Wins

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    Pretty simple. As the inherited defensive stars aged the team around Brady became more and more mediocre. Great coach and QB have kept them in the hunt, but they have not been the team to beat for sometime now.




    Great QB, yes, but in those 10 playoff games since 2007 - all held in friendly stadiums filled with adoring fans/the Pats generally the heavy favorites - he has played at an "elite" level in only three of them (v. Jacksonville Jan 2008, v. Denver Jan 2012, v. Houston Jan 2013). Would have been four games if Welker held onto the ball, but he didnt. He dropped it. Not Tom's fault IMO, but his legacy has been hugely impacted

    Those other six games though...ugh

     
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