#1 Posted on 30.9.03 0816.21 Reposted on: 30.9.10 0817.37
NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 4
AFC 1. Indianapolis (4-0) AFC South leaders 2. Denver (4-0) AFC West leaders 3. Miami (2-1) AFC East leaders 4. Pittsburgh (2-2) AFC North leaders 5. Kansas City (4-0) Wild card 6. Tennessee (3-1) Wild card 7. Houston (2-2) 8. Buffalo (2-2) 9. New England (2-2) 10. Oakland (2-2) 11. Baltimore (2-2) 12. Cincinnati (1-3) 13. Cleveland (1-3) 14. N. Y. Jets (0-4) 15. Jacksonville (0-4) 16. San Diego (0-4)
NFC 1. Minnesota (4-0) NFC North leaders 2. Seattle (3-0) NFC West leaders 3. Carolina (3-0) NFC South leaders 4. Washington (3-1) NFC East leaders 5. Tampa Bay (2-1) Wild card 6. Dallas (2-1) Wild card 7. N. Y. Giants (2-1) 8. St. Louis (2-2) 9. Green Bay (2-2) 10. Philadelphia (1-2) 11. Detroit (1-3) 12. San Francisco (1-3) 13. Arizona (1-3) 14. New Orleans (1-3) 15. Atlanta (1-3) 16. Chicago (0-3)
Wild Card Matchups: AFC: Tennessee at Miami, Kansas City at Pittsburgh NFC: Dallas at Carolina, Tampa Bay at Washington
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#3 Posted on 30.9.03 0836.02 Reposted on: 30.9.10 0836.52
Indy seems for real this year.Finally there will be a good Monday Night Football game this week(high-powered offense versus dominating defense) when the Colts play the Buccaneers.I highly doubt the Colts will put up 50 points on Tampa,but I think they will win.I wonder if Edgerrin James will play this week?Not having him this week dropped me to 2-2 in my fantasy leauge and I had to use Warrick Dunn.....time to go to the waiver pool for a good back-up!!
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#4 Posted on 30.9.03 1048.02 Reposted on: 30.9.10 1048.27
I'm really looking forward to that Denver/KC matchup. This will be the true measuring stick for the Broncos as they have faced a bunch of softies so far (Detroit withstanding, though I'd chalk that up to the Broncos napping even if they claim otherwise).
#5 Posted on 30.9.03 1133.22 Reposted on: 30.9.10 1136.53
Originally posted by BroncolancheI'm really looking forward to that Denver/KC matchup. This will be the true measuring stick for the Broncos as they have faced a bunch of softies so far (Detroit withstanding, though I'd chalk that up to the Broncos napping even if they claim otherwise).
It was a given that the Broncos would look past Detroit. I half expected something like a 52 yeard FG in the snow to beat them on the final play of the game. Portis needs to be healthy for the Donkeys to have a solid chance of coming out of KC with a W.
Miami beats Tennessee - Ricky gets the ball 40+ carries KC beats Pittsburgh - Priest runs wild Carolina smothers Dallas in a FG snoozefest Tampa beats Washington - experience over flash
Indy over Miami - Colts wait a round to Choke Denver over KC - Vermeil cries again (that never gets old) Tampa beats Minnesota - Moss drops open pass in corner of the endzone Seattle gets past Carolina - Hasselbeck/K-Rob connection too much for Panthers
Denver over Indy - erasing bad memories of past Dome visits Seattle over Tampa - Shaun Alexander runs for 200 when Tampa overplays the pass
and Denver wins the SuperDuperBowl over Seattle in an old AFC West re-match just like they always did in the past
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#9 Posted on 30.9.03 1905.48 Reposted on: 30.9.10 1908.13
The New England Patriots vs the Tennesse Titans should be an interesting match-up of two teams that are aways clawing and scratching their way to good team wins, or falling apart at the seams while looking like the Arizona Cardinals.
New England might be too banged up to do much damage and may wind up 8-8, so even though it breaks my heart I think that the Titans will take this one. Although you can never really count out the Pats with Bellicheck's defensive schemes and as long as Brady is in the game. I look for this one to be close and I'm calling it 31-27 Titans.
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