In honor of the Superbowl

With the Superbowl coming up this Sunday, I thought it would be appropriate to check out what teams of the NFC should be dominating.

According to the Philadelphia Eagles soared over the last decade with 51-28-1 record while the Detroit Lions were turned into kittens with a measly 13-67 standing.

From the looks of this chart, the Eagles and Saints had the greatest chance to win it for the NFC. Green Bay has its work cut out for them.


The Eagles offense takes a snap, in this training game during Flight Night 2009 at Lincoln Financial Field. Photo Credit: Kevin Burkett

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About Gil Riego Jr.

Gil Riego Jr. Lover. Fighter. Photographer. Birth • 1983 Film SLR • 1995 Digital SLR • 2006 Estimated Death • 2073 (Death by sacrificing myself to the Zombie apocalypse to have my friends and loved ones survive) I've been capturing moments for more than half of my life. I've been aware of what I'm capturing for half of that. Trained in the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley, and applying it to the meaner street of San Francisco, I capture life at every moment I can. From my d90 to my iPhone 3GS and whenever I have film for my polaroid 600. In this blog you'll find random insights, amusing reblogs and, hopefully, some photos you like. I have 3 Associate Degrees from Pierce College (Liberal Arts, Journalism, Photojournalism) and currently attending San Francisco State University for my BA in Journalism with an emphasis on Photojournalism. I also shoot for the SF Weekly.

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