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nfl teams listed
Where can I find a list of all NFL teams that have played all the other 3 times in a season …………

since the AFL-fusion the NFL in 1970, and the teams that have 2-1 and the teams that are 3-0 against division opppnents that occurred at the stations? Thanks for the info JJ.

Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, there have been 17 other times, when a team went to a playoff game with the opportunity to complete a season sweep of three games, according to STATS, Inc. teams 11-6. Here are earlier clashes with the team that won both regular-season games First, with the result of the series: 1982-Miami Dolphins against New York Jets won 1983-Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Raiders, Lost 1986-New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins, 1989 Houston Oilers won against the Pittsburgh Steelers Lost 1991-Kansas City vs. Los Angeles Raiders, 1992-Won the Kansas City Chiefs vs San Diego Chargers defeat in 1993 at Los Angeles Raiders vs. Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings 1994-Won vs Chicago Bears, Lost 1994-Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Won 1997-New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins, 1997-Won Green Bay Packers vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Won 1998-Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals, Lost 1999-Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Won 2000-New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 2002-Won Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns Won 2004-St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks, 2004-Won Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings Lost

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