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The Minnesota Vikings 2009 regular season record was 12-4 as the team finished champions in the NFC North and earned the second seed during their playoffs. The Vikings hosted the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Divisional round and pounded the visitors 34-3 A week later the team traveled to New Orleans in the NFC Championship and lost 31-28 in overtime in heartbreaking style. Minnesota may have suffered a different fate had that NFC Championship game happened to be hosted at the Metrodome. Home field played a big part in the Saints win. Minnesota should look no further than the final…

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It was another losing season for the Detroit Lions as they finished their 2009 regular season with a record of 2-14 and another last place finish in the NFC North. The team finished poorly losing their final 6 games of the season and endured two 6 game losing streaks during the year. The Lions have not had a winning season since 2000 when they won 9 games during the year when head coach Bobby Ross resigned during the season. The 2009 first round pick Matthew Stafford faced an injury riddled season with knee cap and left shoulder problems that forced…

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The Chicago Bears in the 2009 regular season finished with a disappointing 7-9 record and missed the post season for the third straight season since their Super Bowl appearance in 2006. The team opened with three wins in their first four games but endured a critical stretch of 6 losses in 7 games during mid season. Head coach Lovie Smith survived the season and brings in Mike Martz as his offensive coordinator to help save his job. Jay Cutler in his first season under center for the Bears struggled big time with 27 touchdown passes and 26 interceptions. The club…

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The 2009 Green Bay Packers concluded their regular season play with an 11-5 record and second place in the NFC North and earned a wildcard playoff spot. The Packers had to hit the road as a wildcard team in the opening playoff round and were eliminated by Kurt Warner and the Arizona Cardinals.51-45 in overtime in an exciting NFL playoff game. The Packers were a bit slow out of the gate with a 4-4 record at the halfway point of the season but closed strong with a 7-1 finish to get to 11 wins on the season. Green Bay was…

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It was a bad 2009 regular season for the Jacksonville Jaguars as the club finished at 7-9 and failed to make the post season as the last place team from their division. It was the second straight season for the Jaguars to miss the playoffs and the team suffered greatly at the gate with many empty seats. The team began 2009 with two straight losses and closed the season ugly by losing four straight games while competing for a playoff berth. The Jaguars struggled mightily in 2009 defending the pass as the club allowed 235.9 yards per game and ranking…

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In the 2009 season the Houston Texans finished with a franchise first winning season at 9-7. They still failed to make the playoffs since their inception in the NFL 9 years ago. The team made it to second place in the AFC South last year. After a 5-4 start the Texans went bad and lost 4 straight games to sit at 5-8. The team then won 4 straight to close the season and failed to qualify for the playoffs based on the tiebreaking formulas. The Houston Texans can look at their 4-4 home record for their miss in the playoffs….

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The Tennessee Titans in the 2009 season finished with an 8-8 record and missed the post season for the first time since 2006. It was a season that saw the club lose its first 6 games to begin the season 0-6. Heading to the bye week the team’s 6 losses came in a 59-0 embarrassment at New England. Following their bye the club rebounded with five straight wins and won three of their last 5 to finish at .500. A close look at the Titans schedule last season reveals no wins against playoff bound teams. The Titans went 4-0 against…

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The Indianapolis Colts in the 2009 regular season finished with a regular season record of 14-2 and were winners of the AFC South. The team began the season at 14-0 and flirted with a perfect 16-0 record before resting players in week 15 and tossing away a possible historic undefeated season. The Colts began the post season with the 20-3 victory in the AFC Divisional playoffs and a week later eliminated the New York Jets at home 30-17 in the AFC Championship. The Colts faced the New Orleans Saints in the Super Bowl but lost 31-17 after a Peyton Manning…

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It was another horrid season for the Cleveland Browns in 2009 as the club finished with a regular season record of 5-11 and missed the playoffs. The team began the season at 1-11 and then went on a four game winning streak to finish the season and save head coach Eric Mangini’s job. Former Seattle Seahawk head coach Mike Holmgren was signed as the teams president during the off season. The team was broken in all areas finishing 32nd in total offense averaging just 260.2 yards per game and 31st in total defense allowing 389.3 yards per game. The team…

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Cincinnati concluded play in the 2009 regular season with a 10-6 record and champions of the AFC North division. The Bengals hosted the New York Jets in the AFC Wildcard playoffs and lost 24-14 at home with their opponent starting a rookie quarterback making his playoff debut on the road. The team sputtered down the stretch losing three of their four last games. Cincinnati was led by a good defense in 2009 as the club finished 4th in the league in total defense allowing just 301.4 yards per game. They were a top 7 defense against the run and pass…

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