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Defensive Team By Committee

Finding the perfect pair of fantasy defenses to select late in your draft.

For eleven straight years, Footballguys has promoted the defensive team by committee (DTBC) strategy to help fantasy players dominate their leagues. Fantasy defenses are inconsistent from year to year, making it difficult to predict which defenses and special teams (D/STs) will excel. And, at least in theory, the teams available at the ends of your drafts should provide less rewards. So how do you get great production out of the position while saving your most important draft picks?

We spend countless hours analyzing team offenses, and relatively few thinking about team defenses. But an average defense against a bad offense will do just as well as a great defense against an average offense. The key to the DTBC system is to find two teams available late in your draft whose combined schedule features predominantly weak offenses. By starting your defense based on matchups, your D/ST will generally face a weak offense, meaning your D/ST position will score lots of fantasy points.

Most years, following the DTBC advice will land you with a strong defense.  I was really high on the Bills last year, and they were a total bust.  But I suggested pairing them with the Chargers, and believe it or not, San Diego finished as the #6 fantasy defense last year.  That's because they had two monster games against the Chiefs and a dominant performance in week 16 -- the fantasy championship -- against the Jets.  Had you drafted both Buffalo and San Diego, chances are you were in good shape (and you dropped Buffalo early on).

When picking a D/ST committee, you should look for four factors:

  • A very easy combined schedule
  • Two teams with late average draft positions (ADPs)
  • Elite pass rushers and defensive backs with good hands
  • Reason to expect improvement in 2013

The first step in creating the DTBC system is to grade the offenses. I've used the Footballguys projections to rank the offenses, scoring them the following way: (0.3 x Points scored) + (0.03 x Total Yards) - 2 x (Interceptions thrown + Fumbles Lost). Each team's offensive projection is shown in the first column in the table, along with their projected rank and how they ranked under this scoring system in 2012. While most leagues award significant points for sacks, we don't project offensive sacks allowed data. But don’t worry: we’ll absolutely keep pass rushers in mind when we select the DTBC.

13 ProjTeam13 Rank12 Rank
316 New England Patriots 1 1
282 Denver Broncos 2 4
278 Green Bay Packers 3 6
272 New Orleans Saints 4 2
255 Houston Texans 5 7
251 Seattle Seahawks 6 11
249 San Francisco 49ers 7 8
248 Atlanta Falcons 8 5
247 Washington Redskins 9 3
247 Detroit Lions 10 12
239 Dallas Cowboys 11 15
237 Indianapolis Colts 12 18
236 New York Giants 13 9
229 Baltimore Ravens 14 10
224 Philadelphia Eagles 15 25
223 Carolina Panthers 16 14
218 Cincinnati Bengals 17 17
217 Pittsburgh Steelers 18 20
217 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19 13
210 Kansas City Chiefs 20 31
208 St. Louis Rams 21 22
207 Minnesota Vikings 22 16
203 Miami Dolphins 23 26
200 San Diego Chargers 24 27
197 Chicago Bears 25 21
195 Oakland Raiders 26 19
194 Jacksonville Jaguars 27 29
193 Tennessee Titans 28 28
190 Cleveland Browns 29 24
188 Buffalo Bills 30 23
187 Arizona Cardinals 31 32
163 New York Jets 32 30

Not surprisingly, Footballguys projects much better production out of the Chiefs this year, who  vault from 31 to 20 thanks to the additions of head coach Andy Reid, quarterback Alex Smith, right tackle Eric Fisher, and tight end Anthony Fasano.  The Eagles also jump quite a bit, as we project their terrible turnover luck to turn around in 2013 and think Chip Kelly's up-tempo offense will end up with lots of yards and points for the Eagles.  On the other hand, we're still really down on the Jets and Cardinals, and the Bills with EJ Manuel or Kevin Kolb are now an even more tempting opponent.

After grading the offenses, I went through the NFL schedule and assigned each team the offensive rating of their opponent in each week. I also added three points to the offense's rating when they are at home and took away three points when the offense is on the road.  For example, when Tampa Bay travels to New York to face the Jets in week 1, Tampa Bay’s D/ST receives 166 points.  However, when the Jets travel to Foxboro in week two, New England's D/ST gets 160 points. Obviously, you want your committee to have the lowest possible number of combined points.  Bye weeks are valued at 500 points to avoid combining D/STs that share the same bye week. After doing this for every game in every week, we can now rank each team’s schedule and pair up the defenses to form the best possible committee. One note: I'm ranking the committees through sixteen weeks, as most fantasy leagues don't play in week 17.

2013 Defensive Team By Committee

The Bills and the Steelers form the top combination, facing an average opponent roughly equal to the Raiders.  But with the Steelers having an average draft position of the #7 defense, I'm not sure Pittsburgh works for our combination.  The Steelers D/ST works well with the Bills, Dolphins, Browns, Patriots, and Ravens, and I'd advocate pairing up any of those defenses if they are available towards the end of your draft.  But what if they're not?

Among defenses outside of the top ten, the Ravens and Browns pair up well.  Baltimore has an ADP of DT 11, but it's hard to know what that means.  The Ravens could go undrafted in some leagues but could be a top-eight pick in others.  As always, you need to be flexible.  That's why I've attached a table showing every possible combination at the end of this post.

One combination you can be confident will be available late is the Browns and the Bills.  Buffalo's defense isn't as good as Baltimore's or Pittsburgh's, but they'll be available much later.  Here's how a Buffalo/Cleveland combination would work.

Week 1: Cleveland vs. Miami (200 points)
Week 2: Buffalo vs. Carolina (220)
Week 3: Buffalo @ New York Jets (166)
Week 4: Cleveland vs. Cincinnati (215)
Week 5: Cleveland vs. Buffalo (185)
Week 6: Buffalo vs. Cincinnati (215)
Week 7: Buffalo @ Miami (206)
Week 8: Cleveland @ Kansas City (213)
Week 9: Buffalo vs. Kansas City (207)
Week 10: Buffalo @ Pittsburgh (220)
Week 11: Buffalo vs. New York Jets (160)
Week 12: Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh (214)
Week 13: Cleveland vs. Jacksonville (191)
Week 14: Buffalo @ Tampa Bay (220)
Week 15: Cleveland vs. Chicago (194)
Week 16: Cleveland @ New York Jets (166)

In ten of those weeks, your D/ST will be at home.  The schedule has three games against the Jets -- projected to be the easiest opponent -- including a tasty matchup in your fantasy championship.  

There are reasons to like Cleveland and Buffalo outside of their schedule this year, too.  Let's take a look at the Cleveland Browns defense.

DL: Ahtyba Rubin, Phil Taylor, Desmond Bryant
LB: Paul Kruger, Craig Robertson, D'Qwell Jackson, Barkevious Mingo
DB: Joe Haden, Leon McFadden, T.J. Ward, Tashaun Gipson

Cleveland overhauled their front seven this off-season, signing Desmond Bryant from Oakland, Quentin Groves from the Cardinals, and Paul Kruger from Baltimore.  Then, the Browns drafted Barkevious Mingo with the sixth overall pick.  Kruger, Mingo, Groves, and Jabaal Sheard give Cleveland one of the deepest sets of outside linebackers in the league, so expect a much better pass rush from Cleveland in 2013.  Having a healthy Phil Taylor at nose tackle will make a huge difference, and Bryant projects to be a very disruptive 3-4 defensive end in the passing game (he played well as a pass rusher in Oakland as a 4-3 defensive tackle in 2012).

Haden remains one of the game's top cornerbacks, while McFadden was selected with the Browns' 3rd round pick.  Cleveland didn't have a bad pass defense in 2012, but should be much more successful at getting to the quarterback in 2013.  New defensive coordinator Ray Horton ran one of the most aggressive 3-4 defenses in the league in Arizona, and he arguably has better personnel up front in Cleveland.  If Norv Turner can improve the offense, that should result in more sacks and interceptions for the defense, too. 

Buffalo Bills

DL: Mario Williams, Marcell Dareus, Kyle Williams
LB: Mark Anderson, Nigel Bradham, Kiko Alonso, Manny Lawson
DB: Leodis McKelvin, Stephon Gilmore, Jairus Byrd, Da'Norris Searcy

Less stubborn writers would not go back to the Buffalo well again this year, but I'm willing to bet on their defense in 2013. The Bills are moving back to a 3-4 defense after bringing in defensive coordinator Mike Pettine from the Jets, but it's hard to typecast a Pettine/Rex Ryan defense.  The strength of the Bills is up front, and expect Pettine to line up both Williamses and Dareus at multiple spots on the field.  At their best, all three are Pro Bowl caliber players, and should be effective in a 3-4, a 4-3, a 4-2-5, or whatever other combinations Pettine cooks up.

The linebacker position has thankfully been overhauled.  Mark Anderson will compete with former Colt Jerry Hughes at one spot, while former 49er and Bengal Manny Lawson will lock down the other position.  Buffalo drafted Kiko Alonso, a very athletic inside linebacker from Oregon, and he seems likely to be an immediate starter.   While linebacker has been a weak spot for years, Pettine was able to get strong production from a Jets defense that also had struggles at that position.

The secondary has question marks, but Jairus Byrd is one of the best safeties in the league.  Searcy played well in spots last year, and moves into the starting lineup now that George Wilson is in Tennessee, while McKelvin and Gilmore are both former first round picks.  An added bonus: McKelvin returned two punts for touchdowns last year and led the NFL in average gain on punt returns.  If you play in a league that gives bonuses for special teams, Buffalo's return units provide another reason to like the Bills.

Drafting Only One Defense?

In some leagues, it's just too costly to spend two rosters spots on defenses. If that's your plan, it still pays to know the ability level of the offenses that each team will face. The Bills have the easiest schedule in the league, while the Falcons, Cowboys, and Cardinals have the three toughest schedules (i.e., they face the best offenses). The full list is presented below: Note that both the bye week (which was considered a 500 point week earlier in the article) and Week 17 have been removed.

RankTeamSOSRankTeamSOS
1 BUF 3263 17 STL 3396
2 PIT 3274 18 GB 3398
3 NE 3274 19 NYJ 3410
4 CIN 3282 20 SD 3412
5 TEN 3283 21 PHI 3423
6 JAX 3292 22 MIA 3426
7 IND 3298 23 CAR 3433
8 CLE 3310 24 TB 3448
9 OAK 3311 25 NYG 3466
10 KC 3353 26 SF 3469
11 DET 3358 27 CHI 3469
12 NO 3364 28 WAS 3472
13 BAL 3365 29 MIN 3474
14 SEA 3366 30 ARI 3482
15 HOU 3380 31 DAL 3490
16 DEN 3383 32 ATL 3496

Every Combination

Finally, here are all 496 combinations, presented in the table below.

RankCombinationPtsRankCombinationPtsRankCombinationPtsRankCombinationPtsRankCombinationPts
1 BUF-PIT 3122 101 CAR-TEN 3274 201 PHI-TB 3334 301 ARI-NO 3388 401 MIA-WAS 3451
2 MIA-PIT 3151 102 HOU-NYJ 3275 202 KC-SD 3335 302 NYJ-SF 3388 402 ARI-STL 3452
3 IND-NE 3154 103 ATL-TEN 3275 203 CAR-DET 3335 303 NYJ-SD 3388 403 ATL-DAL 3452
4 CLE-PIT 3164 104 MIA-NYJ 3275 204 ATL-DEN 3335 304 NYJ-WAS 3390 404 GB-STL 3455
5 NE-TEN 3170 105 DET-NO 3276 205 DET-SD 3336 305 KC-NYG 3391 405 CAR-CHI 3455
6 BAL-CLE 3172 106 HOU-NE 3276 206 GB-NE 3336 306 ARI-CLE 3391 406 CAR-SF 3456
7 CIN-TEN 3175 107 CLE-JAX 3276 207 DEN-IND 3336 307 DEN-TB 3392 407 MIN-NYG 3456
8 CLE-HOU 3177 108 CIN-GB 3276 208 MIA-NYG 3336 308 DAL-KC 3392 408 CLE-NE 3457
9 NE-PIT 3179 109 MIA-NO 3277 209 HOU-PIT 3337 309 DAL-MIA 3392 409 CHI-GB 3458
10 BUF-CLE 3192 110 SEA-TEN 3280 210 DET-KC 3339 310 CHI-OAK 3393 410 ARI-NYJ 3459
11 BAL-CIN 3193 111 GB-PIT 3281 211 JAX-WAS 3340 311 ARI-PIT 3395 411 ATL-MIN 3459
12 BUF-TB 3194 112 HOU-JAX 3283 212 HOU-SF 3340 312 CAR-STL 3396 412 STL-WAS 3460
13 CAR-CIN 3195 113 BAL-NO 3284 213 GB-TEN 3340 313 CAR-SD 3396 413 DET-WAS 3467
14 PIT-TEN 3198 114 CAR-NO 3284 214 HOU-SEA 3341 314 BAL-DAL 3396 414 ARI-MIN 3469
15 CIN-NE 3199 115 NE-SF 3284 215 CIN-DET 3341 315 DEN-NYJ 3397 415 CHI-DEN 3471
16 BAL-NYJ 3200 116 SF-TEN 3285 216 CIN-DEN 3341 316 CHI-CLE 3397 416 GB-NYG 3476
17 BAL-PIT 3200 117 NYJ-STL 3285 217 NO-NYJ 3342 317 STL-TB 3397 417 ATL-GB 3476
18 BAL-SEA 3201 118 DEN-TEN 3285 218 CAR-HOU 3342 318 ARI-BAL 3398 418 DEN-MIN 3479
19 BUF-IND 3202 119 OAK-SEA 3287 219 BAL-NYG 3342 319 TEN-WAS 3398 419 HOU-TEN 3479
20 BAL-NE 3204 120 ATL-DET 3287 220 IND-SF 3343 320 IND-TB 3398 420 CHI-SF 3479
21 HOU-NO 3208 121 BUF-NO 3288 221 BAL-MIN 3343 321 BUF-MIN 3399 421 DAL-SF 3479
22 ATL-PIT 3211 122 JAX-TB 3290 222 KC-MIN 3343 322 OAK-STL 3401 422 GB-SF 3481
23 BAL-KC 3212 123 DET-MIA 3291 223 SEA-STL 3343 323 SD-SF 3401 423 ARI-TB 3481
24 BUF-NE 3212 124 GB-JAX 3291 224 DAL-OAK 3344 324 ARI-GB 3402 424 DAL-SD 3482
25 JAX-KC 3214 125 BUF-DAL 3291 225 CLE-MIN 3345 325 CHI-KC 3402 425 SF-WAS 3483
26 JAX-PIT 3214 126 DEN-KC 3292 226 CIN-DAL 3345 326 ARI-KC 3402 426 CHI-PHI 3484
27 BUF-KC 3216 127 KC-TB 3293 227 CHI-NE 3347 327 DAL-NO 3402 427 MIN-SD 3484
28 OAK-PIT 3221 128 NE-SD 3293 228 JAX-PHI 3348 328 IND-MIA 3403 428 GB-PHI 3484
29 CIN-STL 3221 129 CLE-SF 3294 229 ATL-STL 3348 329 KC-SF 3403 429 NYG-TB 3485
30 BUF-NYJ 3225 130 CLE-STL 3294 230 DET-SEA 3348 330 GB-KC 3404 430 GB-SEA 3486
31 BUF-DET 3225 131 ATL-HOU 3295 231 MIN-TEN 3349 331 DAL-DET 3404 431 IND-TEN 3486
32 CIN-CLE 3226 132 KC-TEN 3295 232 MIA-MIN 3349 332 CAR-KC 3405 432 GB-WAS 3487
33 PHI-PIT 3228 133 HOU-PHI 3295 233 PHI-STL 3350 333 ARI-PHI 3405 433 BAL-TEN 3487
34 NO-PIT 3228 134 CLE-OAK 3296 234 DAL-NE 3351 334 NYG-NYJ 3407 434 CHI-DET 3490
35 CIN-HOU 3228 135 ATL-OAK 3297 235 DAL-PIT 3352 335 SEA-WAS 3408 435 ATL-PHI 3490
36 PIT-SD 3229 136 DEN-STL 3297 236 NE-SEA 3353 336 DEN-PIT 3408 436 ARI-DAL 3494
37 KC-MIA 3229 137 PHI-TEN 3299 237 MIA-SEA 3355 337 ARI-ATL 3408 437 MIA-SD 3495
38 BUF-OAK 3232 138 CIN-NYJ 3299 238 JAX-SD 3355 338 CHI-STL 3408 438 KC-NYJ 3496
39 IND-NO 3232 139 NO-TEN 3299 239 BAL-STL 3355 339 CIN-TB 3409 439 CHI-WAS 3498
40 PIT-SEA 3232 140 CLE-SEA 3300 240 CLE-DAL 3355 340 ARI-MIA 3409 440 ARI-WAS 3500
41 JAX-OAK 3234 141 DEN-NO 3300 241 BUF-DEN 3356 341 SD-STL 3409 441 ATL-CAR 3502
42 CIN-SD 3235 142 BAL-CAR 3300 242 CHI-CIN 3357 342 ARI-HOU 3410 442 DAL-PHI 3503
43 MIA-OAK 3235 143 JAX-SEA 3300 243 IND-NYG 3357 343 ARI-OAK 3410 443 CHI-DAL 3503
44 CIN-MIA 3236 144 TB-TEN 3301 244 ATL-BAL 3357 344 NYG-SEA 3411 444 DAL-NYG 3504
45 CLE-DET 3237 145 BUF-SF 3302 245 SF-STL 3358 345 DEN-WAS 3411 445 MIN-SF 3510
46 JAX-NO 3241 146 DAL-JAX 3303 246 NO-STL 3358 346 ARI-IND 3412 446 KC-NE 3528
47 CAR-NYJ 3244 147 IND-PHI 3303 247 CHI-NO 3358 347 MIA-STL 3413 447 NYG-WAS 3537
48 BUF-CAR 3245 148 CLE-GB 3304 248 CIN-SF 3358 348 ATL-SEA 3413 448 CIN-SEA 3545
49 IND-KC 3248 149 IND-OAK 3304 249 MIA-PHI 3358 349 DET-IND 3413 449 PIT-WAS 3546
50 ATL-IND 3248 150 BUF-NYG 3305 250 NO-SF 3359 350 IND-WAS 3414 450 DAL-WAS 3554
51 CIN-PIT 3249 151 GB-IND 3305 251 DEN-SD 3360 351 ARI-CAR 3414 451 BUF-SEA 3556
52 NE-TB 3250 152 HOU-KC 3306 252 ATL-JAX 3360 352 NYJ-TB 3415 452 DEN-JAX 3559
53 IND-SEA 3251 153 OAK-WAS 3306 253 OAK-TB 3360 353 GB-MIA 3415 453 BUF-PHI 3560
54 CIN-JAX 3252 154 MIA-TB 3306 254 JAX-MIN 3361 354 MIN-NO 3418 454 CIN-PHI 3562
55 BUF-HOU 3252 155 NO-TB 3306 255 ATL-NE 3362 355 CAR-MIN 3419 455 SD-TEN 3562
56 PIT-STL 3252 156 CLE-NO 3307 256 ARI-NE 3362 356 NYG-SD 3419 456 JAX-NYG 3563
57 CIN-OAK 3252 157 DET-OAK 3307 257 DEN-HOU 3362 357 DAL-NYJ 3419 457 BAL-IND 3563
58 BUF-STL 3252 158 GB-NYJ 3307 258 NYJ-SEA 3363 358 ATL-CHI 3420 458 MIN-PHI 3563
59 BUF-TEN 3252 159 NE-NO 3307 259 KC-OAK 3363 359 IND-MIN 3421 459 DET-JAX 3565
60 OAK-TEN 3252 160 BUF-GB 3308 260 IND-NYJ 3363 360 DAL-DEN 3421 460 NO-OAK 3567
61 BUF-MIA 3253 161 NE-NYG 3308 261 KC-SEA 3365 361 CHI-NYJ 3422 461 PIT-TB 3568
62 CAR-IND 3253 162 ATL-BUF 3309 262 NYG-OAK 3365 362 SD-SEA 3422 462 ARI-CHI 3570
63 JAX-NE 3254 163 CIN-IND 3309 263 NO-NYG 3365 363 MIN-NYJ 3423 463 MIN-PIT 3570
64 CAR-PIT 3255 164 CAR-JAX 3310 264 GB-OAK 3366 364 ATL-SD 3424 464 BAL-CHI 3573
65 CLE-TB 3258 165 BAL-DET 3311 265 OAK-PHI 3366 365 CHI-JAX 3424 465 DAL-MIN 3573
66 CLE-DEN 3258 166 IND-JAX 3312 266 MIN-STL 3367 366 CHI-TB 3424 466 HOU-SD 3576
67 BUF-JAX 3259 167 HOU-OAK 3312 267 ATL-WAS 3368 367 DET-PIT 3426 467 CLE-KC 3578
68 CIN-NYG 3259 168 BAL-SF 3312 268 BUF-SD 3368 368 PHI-SF 3426 468 CLE-NYJ 3580
69 NYJ-TEN 3259 169 CAR-WAS 3314 269 ARI-CIN 3368 369 HOU-NYG 3427 469 IND-SD 3580
70 BAL-BUF 3260 170 MIA-TEN 3315 270 KC-NO 3369 370 DEN-PHI 3428 470 CHI-MIN 3582
71 CLE-NYG 3263 171 SD-TB 3315 271 HOU-STL 3369 371 BUF-CIN 3429 471 BAL-SD 3583
72 NYJ-PIT 3265 172 MIA-SF 3318 272 NO-WAS 3370 372 GB-MIN 3429 472 JAX-SF 3586
73 BAL-TB 3266 173 DAL-TEN 3318 273 MIN-OAK 3371 373 SEA-SF 3430 473 ATL-MIA 3588
74 CAR-TB 3266 174 IND-STL 3319 274 NE-PHI 3371 374 CAR-NYG 3432 474 BAL-HOU 3602
75 KC-PIT 3266 175 CAR-DEN 3320 275 CHI-PIT 3371 375 PIT-SF 3432 475 CHI-TEN 3615
76 CIN-NO 3266 176 SEA-TB 3320 276 NYG-PHI 3372 376 MIN-SEA 3433 476 DEN-DET 3618
77 CLE-IND 3267 177 OAK-SD 3321 277 NO-PHI 3372 377 DAL-GB 3433 477 HOU-IND 3622
78 IND-PIT 3267 178 BUF-CHI 3321 278 ARI-TEN 3373 378 DEN-SEA 3433 478 CAR-GB 3648
79 BAL-JAX 3267 179 NO-SEA 3322 279 JAX-MIA 3373 379 ATL-NO 3434 479 MIN-TB 3664
80 JAX-NYJ 3268 180 DET-PHI 3322 280 CLE-SD 3374 380 HOU-WAS 3435 480 CHI-HOU 3665
81 CLE-MIA 3269 181 NO-SD 3322 281 DAL-IND 3374 381 CAR-DAL 3435 481 DET-SF 3671
82 DEN-MIA 3270 182 OAK-SF 3322 282 ATL-CLE 3375 382 BAL-WAS 3435 482 ARI-DET 3673
83 DET-NE 3270 183 KC-WAS 3323 283 CLE-PHI 3376 383 DET-TB 3436 483 ARI-JAX 3673
84 DET-TEN 3270 184 ATL-KC 3323 284 GB-HOU 3376 384 DAL-TB 3437 484 CHI-IND 3678
85 ATL-NYJ 3271 185 CLE-TEN 3324 285 DET-GB 3377 385 KC-STL 3438 485 PHI-SEA 3678
86 BAL-DEN 3272 186 NYJ-OAK 3325 286 BAL-MIA 3377 386 DET-MIN 3438 486 DEN-SF 3686
87 JAX-TEN 3272 187 CAR-CLE 3325 287 NYJ-PHI 3377 387 CIN-MIN 3438 487 DET-NYG 3696
88 ATL-CIN 3272 188 BAL-GB 3326 288 GB-TB 3377 388 CAR-PHI 3439 488 DEN-NYG 3698
89 CAR-MIA 3272 189 ARI-BUF 3326 289 DAL-SEA 3377 389 SF-TB 3440 489 ARI-SF 3700
90 NE-OAK 3273 190 NE-WAS 3328 290 GB-NO 3378 390 NYG-PIT 3441 490 DAL-STL 3705
91 CLE-WAS 3273 191 NE-STL 3328 291 DAL-HOU 3378 391 PHI-SD 3442 491 MIN-WAS 3717
92 DEN-OAK 3273 192 MIN-NE 3329 292 KC-PHI 3379 392 CHI-MIA 3443 492 CHI-SD 3717
93 CAR-NE 3273 193 DEN-GB 3330 293 HOU-MIN 3380 393 GB-SD 3444 493 TB-WAS 3736
94 JAX-STL 3273 194 DET-NYJ 3331 294 HOU-MIA 3380 394 SD-WAS 3444 494 ARI-NYG 3743
95 BAL-PHI 3274 195 DET-STL 3331 295 CAR-OAK 3380 395 CHI-NYG 3446 495 ARI-DEN 3745
96 CIN-KC 3274 196 HOU-TB 3332 296 ATL-NYG 3382 396 ATL-SF 3449 496 NYG-SF 3809
97 MIA-NE 3274 197 STL-TEN 3332 297 CIN-WAS 3383 397 ARI-SD 3449      
98 BAL-OAK 3274 198 BUF-WAS 3332 298 PHI-WAS 3384 398 NE-NYJ 3449      
99 DEN-NE 3274 199 NYG-TEN 3332 299 ARI-SEA 3386 399 NYG-STL 3450      
100 ATL-TB 3274 200 CAR-SEA 3333 300 CHI-SEA 3387 400 DET-HOU 3451      

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