In the NFL, a division consists of 4 teams, each of which plays each other team twice.
Assume that in any game, either team is equally likely to win (and there are no ties). What is the probability that, at the end of the season, the division has neither a perfect team with 6 wins nor a futile team with 6 losses?
Enter your answer as a fraction in simplest form.
I have approached this question using a combination of casework and complementary counting.
I set up a table for a team winning all games and another table for a team winning absolutely no games.