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Can you name the 3 NFL teams with the best home records of the decade? (1 Viewer)

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Two teams are tied with the NFL’s second-best home record since 2000, going 50-19.

Can you name them?

Team #1 hints

Has won at least 1 Super Bowl since 2000

Is 4-1 at home this season

Has gone 30-41 on the road since 2000

Success based on dominant defense

Team #2 hints

Has won at least 1 Super Bowl since 2000

Is 3-2 at home this season

Has gone 47-24 on the road since 2000

Success based on dominant offense

The NFL’s best home team since 2000 has gone 52-19 during that stretch.

Team #3 hints

Has won at least 1 Super Bowl since 2000

Is 4-3 at home this season

Has gone 46-23 on the road since 2000

With 3 home games left, Team 1 has an outside shot and Team 2 has a good shot at catching up to Team 3's overall home record. Based on the disparity between home and road records, a case could be made that Team 1 has the biggest homefield advantage in the NFL.

 
I'm going to have to say Denver is one of them, even though they haven't won at home much this year. They always used to be dominant at home.

 
I know the top 3 because they were in the game notes that my local team put out last week.

I've researched a couple of other teams mentioned on this thread and found that 2 other teams have 49 home wins apiece since 2000 -- so they're right in the mix. They've both already had 6 home games this year, though, while the two teams tied at #2 with 50 wins have only had 5.

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Denver = 49 home wins (they were awesome at home, 37-11, from 2000-2005, but only 12-10 since.

Pittsburgh = 49 home wins since 2000*** SPOILER ALERT! Click this link to display the potential spoiler text in this box. ***");document.close();

 
The 2nd and 3rd ones were easy. Pittsburgh was my first thought for the first one, but then I remembered that they have lost two home games this year, so I wasn't sure, although I didn't give it much thought after that before I looked at the spoiler. :shrug:

 
The 2nd and 3rd ones were easy. Pittsburgh was my first thought for the first one, but then I remembered that they have lost two home games this year, so I wasn't sure, although I didn't give it much thought after that before I looked at the spoiler. :lmao:
I put the Steelers in for Baltimore also. What is their home record in the span we are talking about? Gotta be close to those other teams.
 
Here's the list so far -- I'm doing these one at a time and running out of interest, so I probably am about to stop. Feel free to research your own favorite team.

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Patriots - 52 wins (1 home game left)

Colts - 50 (3 home games left)

Ravens - 50 (3 home games left)

Denver - 49 (2 home games left)

Steelers - 49 (2 home games left)

I also checked the Eagles. They have only 44 -- must be something about playing in front of those tough Philly fans. I think the Ravens PR office must have rushed out this #2 in the NFL stat as soon as last week's win moved them up, as that's where I saw it. While it is a very tight grouping, it is interesting to see how underappreciated Baltimore's homefield edge is.

That's a gambling tip I've cashed in on for years - even this year they are 4-0-1 at home Against the Spread. Still waiting to see what the number is for this week; bookies are waiting on the health of Portis.*** SPOILER ALERT! Click this link to display the potential spoiler text in this box. ***");document.close();

 

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