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2 NFL Teams That Are Way Better Than Their Record

The NFL logo on the goal post during a game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys at Texas Stadium on September 15, 2008 in Irving, Texas.
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The NFL Week 15 slate brought us many top-tier games and some fantastic finishes.

With a month left in the regular season, every game is important to every contending team.

But, in the NFL the only thing that matters is whether you win or lose the game.

There are two teams in particular whose record doesn’t reflect their recent play.

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Here are the two NFL teams that are much better than their record.

Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions don’t stop winning.

After starting the season 2-6, all hope for a successful season seemed lost.

But, the Lions have been on fire of late.

Detroit has won six of its last seven games and now sits on the cusp of the playoff picture.

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Both sides of the ball have improved for the Lions in their winning streak.

With the defense stepping up and playing at a high level of late.

This was the worst defense in football for the first eight weeks.

But, they have been brave lately.

Detroit’s offensive firepower led by Jared Goff should have many teams fearing them.

With a 7-7 record, the Lions will most likely need to win to make the playoffs.

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But they end the season against three teams with losing records, so it’s certainly possible.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Another team that had a bad start to the season is the Jacksonville Jaguars.

But, like the Lions, they are catching fire at the right time.

The Jaguars have won three of their last four games and are now very close to the AFC South title.

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Quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s play has been a big reason for the Jags’ recent rise.

He has thrown 11 touchdowns and just one interception in the last four games.

It seems Lawrence is becoming more conscious of limiting costly turnovers.

There’s no question the Jags have what it takes to win the AFC South, especially with the Titans losing oil.

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But it seems likely that the matchup between the Jags and Titans in week 18 will decide the division title.


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