No what I said was that the strongest probability is that any one team in the league, in any way, is average. There are lesser probabilities that teams are other than average, good or bad, and the Patriots 2001-2019 happen to be one of the teams that occupy an other-than-average position. And again that is readily objectively supported. In other words, if you don't know how good or bad a team was in a certain way, the default belief should be that it was average in that way. If it's objectively supported that the team is different from average, however, then that belief should change on the basis of that objective support.