Disparity looks bad for NFL

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    The homestretch of the season has arrived, and as Bill Parcells assesses what has unfolded, one thought comes to the forefront: The gap between the haves and have-nots is as wide as he's seen in some time.
    "There is quite a bit of bad football being played," Parcells said. "Some teams are just so noncompetitive that it is seemingly different. It doesn't look like much parity to me."

    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/articles/2007/11/25/disparity_looks_bad_for_nfl/
     
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    New England 48
    Philadelphia 10
     
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    Well, I blew this one already. Eagles winning 21-17 in 2nd quarter. If Eagles win, should Reid bench McNabb in favor of AJ Feely? I say yes.
     
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    Yes, even though they lost Feely played very well.
     

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