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Published: Dec. 17, 2012 at 05:50 p.m.

Week 15: Curse, Coincidence or Superstition

Many sports fans are inclined to believe that team losses can be traced back to a curse or superstition. So who said or did something to ruin their team's chance at a win in Week 15? Let's take a look.

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  • Moss Enabled 6

    Steven Senne/Associated Press

    Moss Enabled

    Randy Moss came back to haunt his old team. The dynamic 49ers receiver who played for the New England Patriots from 2007-2010 returned to Foxborough Sunday night and caught a 24-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. The 49ers won 41-34.

  • Good Grief 5

    National Football League

    Good Grief

    Bears receiver Brandon Marshall brought a scraggly Christmas tree to a press conference last week in a homage to Charlie Brown's Christmas. However, it proved to be no security blanket as the Packers like Lucy pulled the football from underneath them. The Bears lost 21-13.

  • Mr. Canada 4

    Mike Groll/Associated Press

    Mr. Canada

    For some inexplicable reason, even with everything else he's done, Russell Wilson had not scored a rushing touchdown. On Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, Wilson rushed for three touchdowns. He still hasn't scored in the United States though. The game Sunday was played in Toronto.

  • East is Beast 3

    Associated Press

    East is Beast

    The Giants lose. The Cowboys and the Redskins both win. Each team is 8-6 in the NFC East. Two games to go.

  • Offense Nevermore 2

    Patrick Semansky/Associated Press

    Offense Nevermore

    Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was fired last week. Replacement Jim Caldwell didn't make much of a difference. The Ravens were routed 34-17 by the Denver Broncos and have lost three games in a row.

  • Jets Savant 1

    Kathy Willens/Associated Press

    Jets Savant

    Wide receiver Braylon Edwards called those who run the New York Jets "idiots" on his twitter account. A few days later he's back with gang green.

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