NFL Week 7: 10 Reasons This Is the Least Predictable Season Ever

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NFL Week 7: 10 Reasons This Is the Least Predictable Season Ever
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It was "Back To The Future's" 25 year anniversary in 2010.  Yes, 25 years ago the Delorean first graced the silver screen, and the wacky haired professor sent young Marty McFly spiraling through time, in a portion of funny delights.

"How does this relate to the NFL?" I hear you ask.  Well perhaps it doesn't.  But considering how fast the past seven weeks have flown by in the regular season, it may be time for Roger Goodell to call on the Doc, and send the league back a few short weeks into the past.

As outlandish as this seems, to think three months ago that we had all expected the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys to excel this season, now appears to be almost laughable.

Sure, Green Bay notched a big time win over rivals the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night, but as for the new and improved 49ers and the sure to be Super Bowl Champions the Dallas Cowboys, 2010 has been as unkind as a drunk uncle on Christmas day.

But while we're on the topic of unpredictability, what storylines have made this season one of the most memorable seven weeks into the year?

To be quite frank, it's easy to draw a headline from each individual game.  However, we don't have that kind of time, so here's a quick look at 10 Reasons This Is The Least Predictable NFL Season Ever, along with a small trip down memory lane.

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