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Found May 18, 2013 on Football Extra Points:
The 49ers changed QBs mid way through the season and almost won the Super Bowl.  What will Kaepernick do with a full offseason and regular season at the started?  Did they add enough fire power in the draft to get them over the hump? What about the Seahawks? Here's a look at the win totals for each team. AFC East Patriots 12 Dolphins 7 Jets 3 Bills 1 AFC North Ravens 12 Bengals 11 Steelers 12 Browns 3 AFC South Texans 12 Colts 8 Titans 7 Jaguars 2 AFC West Broncos 10 Chargers 8 Raiders 1 Chiefs 11 NFC East Redskins 8 Giants 11 Cowboys 9 Eagles 4 NFC North Packers 10 Vikings 5 Lions 10 Bears 10 NFC South Falcons 13 Panthers 4 Saints 12 Buccaneers 6 NFC West 49ers 13 Seahawks 12 Rams 4 Cardinals 5 AFC Playoff Teams Patriots Ravens Texans Chiefs Steelers Broncos NFC Playoff Teams Gia...
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