A team is supposed to be good enough to win the Stanley Cup.
It’s supposed to do so consistently, every year.
It needs to have a roster full of top-tier talent, and it needs to be a winner.
That’s what teams are supposed to have, right?
But in today’s NFL, you can see the real work of those people behind the scenes.
With all of the chaos, the distraction and the pressure of the postseason, teams have to focus on winning, and not worrying about the past.
And while that’s always a challenge, the playoffs are a great opportunity to look back and look at past success, to look at what worked and what didn’t work in the regular season.
And what you’ll see is that the 2017-18 season was the most impressive of any of those seasons.
It also marked the most difficult.
The Seahawks were able to avoid a third consecutive losing season, while the Eagles were able put together a season that included the franchise’s first playoff appearance in franchise history.
The Panthers were able in large part to get off to a great start by getting off to an even better start than their regular-season record indicated, while a resurgent Eagles defense was able to prevent a division-clinching victory over the Packers.
The Falcons won the NFC South by a combined score of 20-10.
But the Eagles, Panthers and Seahawks all came into the playoffs with very different expectations for their respective teams.
Seattle’s expectations were higher.
They were more focused on the future, and more focused than any of their competitors on putting together a strong regular season to get to the Super Bowl.
Carolina’s expectations, while slightly different, were still very similar to what they had come into the season: They were aiming to win a Super Bowl, and they wanted to do it in front of a hometown crowd.
The NFC South was much tougher to predict, and teams were able see their expectations dramatically change.
In fact, the Seahawks actually had more goals for the season than the Panthers, who had only a one-point loss to the Panthers in their previous game.
There were also some significant differences in how the Eagles and Panthers fared in the playoffs.
The Eagles were looking to get in a game against the Cardinals and win, while Carolina had a much different goal in mind: win the NFC West and avoid a second straight losing season.
In a league that is all about consistency, teams will often overperform in the postseason.
So when teams are at the top of the standings, that’s when it pays off.
Teams will often look to improve their record over the course of the season to show that they are competitive in the playoff hunt.
They’ll also try to do that while keeping their playoff hopes alive.
But while those playoff expectations are very different, teams are often forced to adapt to a different way of playing the game.
That means that teams that were looking at winning the Super Bests, like the Packers, Cardinals and Saints, now have to deal with playing in a tougher division.
It means that their playoff chances are a little less certain.
And it means that some teams have their best years in the division ahead of them.
That can lead to the biggest disappointment of the year.
And the biggest shock of the franchise.
The Super Bowl will be played at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, which has been dubbed “The Home of the NFL.”
But this is a game that teams should be preparing for for the long term, not just for the short term.
So instead of worrying about how a team performed in the preseason, teams should focus on the SuperBests that come after the regular-seasons.
Those are the games that will determine the postseason standings, and the teams that will be competing for that playoff spot.
In the meantime, here are five things you need to know about the 2017 NFL season.
Russell Wilson’s MVP-caliber season had many teams worried about his performance heading into the Superbowl.
But after the Seahawks won the Super, everyone was surprised by how well Wilson performed.
Wilson put up MVP-like numbers, as well as an MVP-type number.
He led the league in rushing and had a touchdown rushing total that ranked in the top five in NFL history.
In addition to leading the league with a career-high 1,938 rushing yards, Wilson also broke the single-season NFL rushing record with 1,898 yards, a career high.
His total of 821 yards was tied for second in the NFL, and was also the second-highest total of his career.
His 100-yard rushing game against Pittsburgh also came on a game in which he was sacked just once.
Wilson also led the NFL in receiving yards (2,917), receiving touchdowns (23), and receiving yards per game (21.3).
He also led all quarterbacks in receiving touchdowns.
Seattle finished 8-1.
The team finished the regular