As Christians, we are to wholeheartedly believe in the validity of this phrase: “Nothing is new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9 What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun.)
Yes in hindsight, this verse guarantees me that Tom Brady is supposed to be the modern day Joe Montana, Aaron Rodgers is the contemporary Steve Young and, as much as I disagree, Phillip Rivers is-uh, Dan Marino (because of their funky throwing motions?). Apparently nothing hasn’t been “seen before” and events throughout history will eventually balance out on this invisible fulcrum that we Christians simply label as, ‘faith’ (believing without proof).
I found out an amazing fact though. For some unfamiliar reason, there hasn’t been a season in which every single team finished with 8-8 records. Yes, I checked every year since 1920, when the Akron Pros finished in first place with an 8-0-3 record. Is it too unrealistic?
I wonder if it will happen in our lifetimes. Why not the 2013-2014 season? Debating if team chemistry is more important than talent is a stark issue but when you fuse both of the topics together there should be a slight chance that every team could tab eight wins and lose eight games; and confuse the world when it’s time to determine who receives their playoff-berth certificates and who unfortunately won’t.