Found October 26, 2011 on The Camel Clutch Blog:
We are at the halfway point of the 2011 NFL Season and it is report card day. We have had plenty of team to see who the pretenders and the serious contenders. In a season of more parity than usual, it is time to see if your NFC team is who you thought they'd be. Related posts: NFL 2009 Mid-Season Report Cards – NFC NFL 2009 Season First Quarter Report Cards – NFC NFC Predictions For The NFL 2011-12 Season – Inside The Wheelhouse
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