Two things that people don't compare very often are board games and sports teams.
Surprisingly, a further look at both shows a ton of similarities between the two. Whether it be the name of the board game or its style of play, teams and board games have things in common.
Since they're so comparable, here's a board game for all 32 NFL teams as well as power rankings (worst to best).
If you have a comparison you think works better, please tell me in the comments. Feedback is always appreciated.
The Colts are horrible this season, and "Antiques Road Show: The Game" has to be one of the worst board games out there.
"Candy Land" is a game of sheer chance. It seems as if the Rams' wins were that way, as they needed a missed 22-yard FG for them to beat the Browns.
"Mastermind" claims to be a game of intelligence, when really it's not. Kind of like Pat Shurmur is supposed to be an offensive master.
The Vikings also took a risk on a rookie QB. Ponder has been erratic, but like the futuristic "Risk 2210 A.D.", he could be the future.
When the Redskins put free agency and big contracts together, it's only fair that people start with the questions.
If the Bucs don't end the season on a nice note, management may switch things up like the words in "Scrabble."
In "Mouse Trap," you must build a contraption to stop your opponent. The Jaguars have a lot of rebuilding to do.
Losing is occurring more and more often these weeks in Buffalo, and the Bills must contain it.
When you take out a piece, you're lucky to survive. When you take out a few pieces such as Cassel, Charles and Berry, your team can't hold.
The Carolina Panthers took a risk by selecting Cam Newton, and it looks like it's going to pay off big time.
The Dolphins keep holding out hope that someone they sign will be their franchise QB, but this is the dead end. They need a new quarterback.
After starting the season 1-6, the Cardinals have won five of their last six games.
Something is wrong with the Eagles. They'd better get it fixed before next season.
"Clue" is a game of deductive reasoning. And unless the Chargers miraculously make the playoffs, one can deduce that Norv Turner and A.J. Smith will be gone next season.
The Bears' playoff hopes took a serious hit when Jay Cutler went down.
Though the Seahawks have a losing record, they might just be one piece away from contention: a quarterback.
The Raiders, who held the division lead a few weeks ago, are in trouble one game behind the Broncos and are out of head-to-head matches with them.
After a few good games the Cowboys' stock climbs up, and when they lose a few it comes sliding back down.
New settlers must build a surviving civilization in "Settlers of Catan." Cincinnati is trying to build a winning culture based around two prominent rookies.
"The Game of Life" is a game of twists, turns and chance. The Titans lost Kenny Britt for the season and are still wondering which Chris Johnson will show up.
Roll the dice. Which Giants are you going to get?
The ones that beat the Patriots or the ones that lost to the Seahawks before Marshawn Lynch went on a tear?
Mark Sanchez is either hit or miss, and his team will only go as far in the playoffs as Sanchez plays.
"Twister" is a game that favors the young and highly athletic. There may not be a more athletic player in the league than Calvin Johnson.
John Fox has done a brilliant job in developing a strategy that fits his team.
Your strategy may change over time in "7 Wonders." The Falcons started off pass-heavy, but once they became more balanced, they started to hit their stride.
Anyone care to ride on the Texans' bandwagon, er...steam locomotive?
"Go" is a historically rich board game. San Francisco carries a rich tradition and hopes to continue reviving that winning tradition.
The Steelers play a brand of defense whose players are always hungry for hits.
"Chess" is a famous game for the past and the future. The Ravens have veterans like Ray Lewis and young stars like Ray Rice.
Like "Checkers," the Saints are simple and enjoyable to watch. They know that when they trust in Drew Brees, good things happen.
The Packers are simply on another level. We'll learn during the playoffs whether the Packers will take the entire board.