Pause for a minute. Before we blow that off for the next Tim Tebow featurette, understand that this has not been achieved by another team through 11 regular-season games -- in 83 years.
The last squad to do it? The 1928 Providence Steam Roller. (Sidenote: Maybe the best team name ever? Others in play: Dayton Triangles, Staten Island Stapletons and the high-rolling Tonawanda Kardex.)
That said, we're not sure how any of these teams would fare against the Steam Roller, which gave up 3.8 points per game and posted no less than five shutouts (albeit, largely against men who were selling insurance and peddling veal cutlets half the year).