It *may* be possible, but 1 lb a week is still respectable progress, and not something to be worried about.
In order to lose 2 lbs per week, you need to create a daily deficit of about 1,000 calories a day. That means you need to burn more than you eat, using a combination of exercise and diet.
The math says you can, but your body may not agree. WE're not calculators. :) A good rule of thumb is you can aim to lose about 3% of your remaining weight loss goal per week. You're still at 1.95 at 65 lbs left to lose.
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| current weight: 186.4