Found October 17, 2012 on Checkdown Chatter:

The NFL is a reactionary league. With only 16 games on the schedule, each one matters and its hard not to overreact to what is, in reality, a small sample size. Teams (like the Arizona Cardinals, say) can go from perceived legitimate contenders to nobodies overnight (a loss to the Bills tends to have that …

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