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    KC has been in the AFC West since the old AFL days. I don't think JAX is going to be moving at any rate soon.

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    As of November of last year, west coast teams traveling east were 0 for 12.

    Personally I think that its cyclical. One could claim we suck on the WC. One could claim the 0 - 12 record last year is because that group of WC teams simply sucks.

    One has to take into account how good the Titans were and how good / bad the opponent was the year that they won / lost a particular game. The record itself is a suspect measurement due to the infrequency of play and the absence of any home / home comparisons.

    These were the west coast road losses up through Nov 2008.

    Seattle has lost at Buffalo, NY Giants and Tampa Bay.
    San Diego lost at Buffalo and Miami.
    Arizona lost at Washington and NY Jets.
    San Francisco lost at the Giants.
    Oakland lost at Buffalo.
    Denver lost in New England.
    Raiders lost in Baltimore.
    the Cardinals lost in Carolina.
    Seahawks lost in Miami.
    Last edited by felloffthewagon; 03-30-2009 at 11:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felloffthewagon View Post
    As of November of last year, west coast teams traveling east were 0 for 12.
    They did get better after that. The 49ers won in Buffalo in week 13 (Nov 30). San Diego won in Tampa in week 16. And the Cardinals won in Carolina in the divisional round of the playoffs.
    Go Titans! Go Braves! Go Preds! Go Dores!

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