CRZ Big Brother Administrator Since: 9.12.01 From: ミネアポリス Since last post: 2 hours Last activity: 2 hours
ICQ: # 1 Posted on 29.12.13 2232.56 | Instant Rating: 9.48 NOW THE REAL FOOTBALL STARTS AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE BYE: 1 DENVER BRONCOS 2 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 5 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AT 4 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Saturday, January 4th 4:35PM EST 6 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS AT 3 CINCINNATI BENGALS Sunday, January 5th 1:05PM EST NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE BYE: 1 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 2 CAROLINA PANTHERS 6 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS AT 3 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Saturday, January 4th 8:10PM EST 5 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS AT 4 GREEN BAY PACKERS Sunday, January 5th 4:40PM EST Your thoughts? (edited by CRZ on 29.12.13 2234) Promote this thread!
hansen9j Andouille Since: 7.11.02 From: Riderville, SK Since last post: 495 days Last activity: 93 days # 2 Posted on 29.12.13 2241.05 | Instant Rating: 8.60 Chiefs beat Colts Bengals beat Chargers Saints beat Eagles Packers beat Niners Broncos beat Chiefs Patriots beat Bengals Panthers beat Packers Seahawks beat Saints Patriots beat Broncos Seahawks beat Panthers Seahawks beat Patriots I am why James is crying. Go Pack Go! Owner of one (1) share. (8-7-1, NFC North Champions.) Let's Go Riders! Owner of one (1) share. (11-7, Champs!)
dunkndollaz Banger Since: 3.1.02 From: Northern NJ Since last post: 327 days Last activity: 313 days # 3 Posted on 30.12.13 1011.02 | Instant Rating: 6.26 AFC Colts over chiefs Bengals over chargers BRONCOS over Colts Bengals over Patriots BRONCOS over Bengals NFC Saints over Iggles Niners over Packers Seahawks over Saints Panthers over Niners Seahawks over Panthers Super Bowl ELWAY beats The Boz BRONCOS over Seahawks in an old AFC West Showdown I know my kids are trying to kill me
FLRockAndLaw Kishke Since: 2.1.02 From: Central Florida, somewhere between Orlando and Tampa, U.S.A. Since last post: 1658 days Last activity: 972 days # 4 Posted on 30.12.13 1027.37 | Instant Rating: 2.26 Here are some more thoughts from a demented mind in Central Florida: Not sure I'm sold on my post-wild-card-weekend picks (as I really haven't been following the season that closely), but here are my less-than-semi-educated guesses/picks: AFC: Indianapolis Colts over Kansas City Chiefs Cincinnati Bengals over San Diego Chargers Denver Broncos over Indianapolis Colts New England Patriots over Cincinnati Bengals Denver Broncos over New England Patriots NFC: New Orleans Saints over Philadelphia Eagles Green Bay Packers over San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks over New Orleans Saints Carolina Panthers over Green Bay Packers Seattle Seahawks over Carolina Panthers SUPER BOWL: Denver Broncos over Seattle Seahawks in a close one. Why yes, I am both a musician and a lawyer. Thanks for asking. :)
The Goon Banger Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 704 days Last activity: 652 days # 5 Posted on 30.12.13 2238.04 | Instant Rating: 9.21 Is it rare that three teams from one division would make the playoffs? I can't recall the last time this happened.
EddieBurkett Boudin blanc Since: 3.1.02 From: GA in person, NJ in heart Since last post: 77 days Last activity: 5 hours # 6 Posted on 30.12.13 2328.54 2006 and 2007 had the NFC East with three teams in the playoffs. 2011 had all the Bengals, Ravens, and Steelers make the playoffs. This hasn't been all that uncommon lately. Mash Those Buttons -- by gamers, for gamers, about gamers gaming (mashthosebuttons.com)
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Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 354 days Last activity: 354 days # 7 Posted on 31.12.13 0057.18 | Instant Rating: 6.55 Since 1978, when the playoffs expanded from 8 to 10 teams, 26 divisions in 35 seasons (1978-1981, 1983-2013) have sent 3 or 4 teams to the playoffs. ***4 divisions, 6 teams per conference*** 5 divisions in 12 seasons (2002-2013) 2013 - AFC West - #1 Broncos, #5 Chiefs, #6 Chargers 2011 - AFC North - #2 Ravens, #5 Steelers, #6 Bengals 2007 - AFC South - #2 Indy, #5 Jaguars, #6 Titans 2007 - NFC East - #1 Cowboys, #5 Giants, #6 Redskins 2006 - NFC East - #3 Eagles, #5 Cowboys, #6 Giants ***3 divisions, 6 teams per conference*** 14 divisions in 12 seasons (1990-2001) 2001 - AFC East - #2 Patriots, #4 Dolphins, #6 Jets 2001 - NFC Central - #2 Bears, #4 Packers, #6 Buccaneers 1999 - AFC East - #2 Indy, #5 Bills, #6 Dolphins 1999 - NFC Central - #2 Buccaneers, #4 Vikings, #6 Lions 1998(4) - AFC East - #2 Jets, #4 Dolphins, #5 Bills, #6 Patriots 1997(4) - NFC Central - #2 Packers, #4 Buccaneers, #5 Lions, #6 Vikings 1996 - AFC East - #2 Patriots, #4 Bills, #6 Indy 1995 - AFC East - #3 Bills, #4 Indy, #6 Dolphins 1994(4) - NFC Central - #3 Vikings, #4 Packers, #5 Lions, #6 Bears 1993 - AFC West - #3 Chiefs, #4 Raiders, #5 Broncos 1993 - NFC Central - #3 Lions, #5 Vikings, #6 Packers 1992 - NFC East - #2 Cowboys, #5 Eagles, #6 Redskins 1991 - AFC West - #2 Broncos, #4 Chiefs, #5 Raiders 1990 - NFC East - #2 Giants, #4 Eagles, #5 Redskins ***3 divisions, 5 teams per conference*** 7 divisions in 11 seasons (1978-1981, 1983- 1989) 1989 - AFC Central - #2 Browns, #4 Oilers, #5 Steelers 1988 - AFC Central - #1 Bengals, #4 Browns, #5 Oilers 1985 - AFC East - #2 Dolphins, #4 Jets, #5 Patriots 1984 - AFC West - #2 Broncos, #4 Seahawks, #5 Raiders 1983 - AFC West - #1 Raiders, #4 Seahawks, #5 Broncos ***1982 strike, no divisions*** 1981 - AFC East - #2 Dolphins, #4 Jets, #5 Bills 1981 - NFC East - #2 Cowboys, #4 Eagles, #5 Giants -- 2006 Time magazine Person of the Year -- -- July 2009 Ordained Reverend --
The Goon Banger Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 704 days Last activity: 652 days # 8 Posted on 31.12.13 0625.14 | Instant Rating: 9.21 Thanks for that information. I wasn't aware it was that common.
Wpob Bierwurst Since: 21.11.02 From: Williston Park, NY Since last post: 132 days Last activity: 2 days # 9 Posted on 1.1.14 0046.41 | Instant Rating: 8.10 Colts over Chiefs Bengals over Chargers Broncos over Colts Patriots over Bengals Patriots over Broncos Eagles over Saints Packers over 49ers Seahawks over Packers Eagles over Panthers Seahawks over Eagles SUPER BOWL Seahawks over Patriots Life is hilariously cruel.
Big Bad Scrapple Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 605 days Last activity: 174 days # 10 Posted on 1.1.14 1829.51 | Instant Rating: 5.73 49ers over Packers Eagles over Saints Colts over Chiefs Bengals over Chargers "It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
Mr Shh Lap cheong Since: 9.1.02 From: Monmouth County, NJ Since last post: 478 days Last activity: 478 days # 11 Posted on 2.1.14 1451.27 | Instant Rating: 7.38 One week at a time... Chiefs over Colts Bengals over Chargers Eagles over Saints Packers over 49ers If the Eagles have any chance at all, then this is the best possible road to the Super Bowl for them (and by best, I mean least bad): drawing the Saints in Philly in the first round, and then playing the Panthers in Carolina in the second round while somebody else tries to knock off the Seahawks in Seattle. (edited by Mr Shh on 2.1.14 1552) You askew my mirror. I askew yours. Behold, my plunger. Anagrams posted to http://twitter.com/paragonSMASH
Mr Heel II Lap cheong Since: 25.2.02 Since last post: 569 days Last activity: 305 days # 12 Posted on 2.1.14 2023.47 | Instant Rating: 4.09 One of the talk show hosts on ESPN Radio this morning noted that the 49'ers-Packers game hasn't sold out yet, which is unheard of. So, if you want to experience Lambeau, go for it. http://www.ticketmaster.com/artist/805947 I'll go with... Colts d Chiefs Eagles d Saints Packers d 49'ers Bengals d Chargers
Kevintripod Banger Since: 11.5.03 From: Mount Pleasant, Pa. Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 17 hours # 13 Posted on 2.1.14 2305.15 | Instant Rating: 5.98 Originally posted by Mr Heel II One of the talk show hosts on ESPN Radio this morning noted that the 49'ers-Packers game hasn't sold out yet, which is unheard of. According to NFL.com, as of Tuesday in Cincinnati, the Bengals had 10,000 tickets available for their game Sunday against San Diego. Poetic justice about the ticket situation in Cincy. Refs blew the KC/SD game and if it's Pittsburgh instead of San Diego, it would have been a sellout by Monday afternoon as Steeler fans would have snatched them up.
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The Goon Banger Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 704 days Last activity: 652 days # 14 Posted on 4.1.14 0855.36 | Instant Rating: 9.21 With those predicted temperatures, if I was given flight, accommodation, and tickets for free to the 49ers - Packers match, I'd still watch it from my hotel room. Bengals Chiefs Packers Saints (edited by The Goon on 4.1.14 0756)
lotjx Scrapple Since: 5.9.08 Since last post: 360 days Last activity: 198 days # 15 Posted on 4.1.14 0905.07 | Instant Rating: 1.31
Bengals Colts Packers Eagles The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.