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Subject: Re: Interesting fact for week 8 Date: 10/31/2007 3:08 PM
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Note that one of the teams he beat was the Oilers. Thus, unless the Oilers and Titans are considered the same "team" for this purpose, there's still one left as the Oilers plus the current 32 teams make 33 total.

Which is why I asked: Are the Oilers and Titans considered the same "team" for the purpose of saying he beat 31 other teams?

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Instead of "Teams Defeated", perhaps the data is out there for "Cities won in". I wonder if anybody would be over 32? Milwaukee used to host Packer games.

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