I’d make the opposite argument about point differential telling which team is good. The better the record, the better the point differential tends to be. Many teams lose and win close games. If anything, that’s been one of the problems the jags have had for a decade, they always lose the close games. That’s why they’re a losing team. Tennessee had that problem a few years ago. They’ve improved in close games which translates to 5 straight winning seasons. Go back through the seasons, how many times did Tennessee beat someone down? Not many.