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1. Currently, the thirteen opponents each team faces over the 16-game regular season schedule are set using a pre-determined formula: Each AFC team plays the other teams in their respective division twice (home and away) during the regular season, in addition to 10 other games assigned to their schedule by the NFL.

2. Currently, the thirteen opponents each team faces over the 16-game regular season schedule are set using a pre-determined formula: The league runs a seventeen-week, 256-game regular season.

3. Currently, the thirteen opponents each team faces over the 16-game regular season schedule are set using a pre-determined formula.

4. In 2007, Belichick led the Patriots to the first perfect regular season since the introduction of the 16-game regular season schedule in 1978, only the fourth team to do so in National Football League history after the 1934 and 1942 Chicago Bears and 1972 Miami Dolphins.

5. The NFL returned to the use of the bye week in 1990 so as to extend the 16-game regular season schedule to span 17 weeks to increase the number of viewable games for TV contracts.

6. Currently, the thirteen different opponents each team faces over the 16-game regular season schedule are set using a pre-determined formula: Under this formula, all teams are guaranteed to play every other team in their own conference at least once every three years, and to play every team in the other conference exactly once every four years.

7. Each division's top teams, based on winning percentage in the 16-game regular season schedule, qualified for the field.

8. Each division's top teams, based on winning percentage in the 16-game regular season schedule, qualified for the field.

9. Each division's top teams, based on winning percentage in the 16-game regular season schedule, qualified for the field.

10. Each division's top teams, based on winning percentage in the 16-game regular season schedule, qualified for the field.