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Which will be the last NFL team to win a game this 2009/10 season?




Carolina Panthers


Predicted: 6.01%

Actual: 0.00%

Cleveland Browns


Predicted: 6.01%

Actual: 0.00%

Kansas City Chiefs


Predicted: 0.30%

Actual: 0.00%

Other Result


Predicted: 0.65%

Actual: 0.00%

Saint Louis Rams


Predicted: 1.99%

Actual: 0.00%

Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Predicted: 99.35%

Actual: 100.00%

Tennessee Titans


Predicted: 0.08%

Actual: 0.00%

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January 02, 2010 @ 05:27pm PST



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BobM   •   Thu Oct 15 2009 at 05:20pm PDT

The Chiefs versus the Raiders are one of the longstanding great rivalries in the league. Throw the records out the window, that should be a good game. Go Chiefs.

BobM   •   Thu Oct 15 2009 at 05:19pm PDT

If two winless teams remain, and one wins for example in the 1PM time slot but another wins at the 4:30PM time slot on the same day, then the team that won its 1PM will have won a game and will pay at 0.00. The team that wins at 4:30PM will pay at 100.

It is being done that way because otherwise a good argument could be raised regarding the bye weeks – “Hey. your team won its tenth game and my team won its tenth game – even if they were on different weekends – it should be a tie!”

On the other hand, I am not going to watch every minute of every game to see if one team won its game 16.8 seconds after to the other.

Let’s sit back and see if we can have a second straight season where some team goes winless for every single game.

fester986   •   Tue Oct 13 2009 at 03:07pm PDT

The Chiefs have to play the Raiders — that could be the ultimate Toilet Bowl

grandmasterfunky   •   Thu Oct 08 2009 at 09:47pm PDT

so just to clarify, what happens if the last two teams win in the same week, but different time slots?

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