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Said Burton: “If he’s right, that’s what we love to see: the impossible.”

There are so many variables, including injuries and whether a coach would play his regulars extensively once his team clinched homefield advantage. CBS analyst Charley Casserly, for one, doesn’t need to look at the odds to know how difficult staying unbeaten would be.

“Right now, San Diego might be playing better than the Colts, and it’s hard to dismiss the Vikings,” said the former Redskins and Houston Texans general manager. “You’ve got a long way to go. You have a better chance of one of those teams not being in the Super Bowl.”

But Casserly certainly wouldn’t mind seeing two unbeatens make it.

“No kidding,” he said. “We’ve got the game.”

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