NFL Midseason Report: The first half’s best teams according to math

1. I believe we will all agree that if there we had to select one individual within the historical past of the world with whom we’d like to sit down for a day of NFL motion, it will be Seventeenth-century Dutch mathematician and pioneer within the discipline of chance principle Christiaan Huygens.* And whereas he would virtually certainly endure a sequence of cardiac episodes if subjected to the relentless, never-ending stimuli of the fashionable world, I like to assume that he may additionally weigh in on the statistical possibilities of what’s unfolding on soccer fields throughout the nation each Sunday.

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