The W
Views: 149884062
Main | FAQ | Search: Y! / G | Color chart | Log in for more!
24.2.13 0540
The 7 - Football - 2009 NFL Championship Weekend - Schedule & Predictions
This thread has 1 referral leading to it
Register and log in to post!
Pages: 1 2 Next(451 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
User
Post (25 total)
CRZ
Big Brother
Administrator
Level: 231

Posts: 12135/17435
EXP: 187741544
For next: 2457619

Since: 9.12.01
From: ミネアポリス

Since last post: 12 days
Last activity: 5 days
ICQ:  
Y!:
#1 Posted on 17.1.10 1908.52
Reposted on: 17.1.17 1909.03
Times are EASTERN!

SUNDAY 1/24/10
3PM AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
5 NEW YORK JETS @ INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 1

6:30PM NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
2 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 1

No reason not to pick the Colts...but I have NO idea who to pick for the NFC...I guess I have to pick Favre?
Promote this thread!
jfkfc
Liverwurst
Level: 72

Posts: 1092/1179
EXP: 3285930
For next: 37848

Since: 9.2.02

Since last post: 1392 days
Last activity: 1201 days
#2 Posted on 17.1.10 1920.11
Reposted on: 17.1.17 1920.27
New Orleans over New York in the Superbowl!
TheBucsFan
TheChiefsFan
Level: 115

Posts: 2744/3428
EXP: 16338666
For next: 472749

Since: 2.1.02

Since last post: 2022 days
Last activity: 2022 days
#3 Posted on 17.1.10 1952.54
Reposted on: 17.1.17 1953.00
I've correctly predicted two out of eight games thus far, and both my Super Bowl teams have been eliminated. Well... I guess Colts over Saints seems like the most likely scenario to me now. Indy/NO is certainly by FAR the most appealing Super Bowl matchup.

I may have to pass on the Super Bowl if the Vikings are in it.
El Nastio
Banger
Level: 100

Posts: 1294/2521
EXP: 10294887
For next: 59545

Since: 14.1.02
From: Ottawa Ontario, by way of Walkerton

Since last post: 29 days
Last activity: 7 days
ICQ:  
#4 Posted on 17.1.10 2022.00
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2022.48
I'm batting 0.500 right now, as I was right for both of this Saturday's games, and O-fer on today (last week I split both days).

- Saints over the Vikings in what should be a "barn
burner". They be on the roll right now, the Saints.

- Colts over the Jets, because I think Peyton Manning won't make the same mistakes Rivers did.

(edited by El Nastio on 17.1.10 2122)
The Game
Boudin rouge
Level: 46

Posts: 137/501
EXP: 704510
For next: 7269

Since: 5.5.09

Since last post: 2330 days
Last activity: 2330 days
#5 Posted on 17.1.10 2027.10
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2028.08
I will pick a Colts and Saints SuperBowl based on I don't like Favre and that the Colts are the much better team on paper but if the Colts even try to lay back, the Jets could make their third upset of the playoffs.
whatever
Bierwurst
Level: 88

Posts: 1461/1872
EXP: 6572989
For next: 77701

Since: 12.2.02
From: Cleveland, Ohio

Since last post: 2 days
Last activity: 2 days
#6 Posted on 17.1.10 2040.33
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2040.36
Going off the high of getting 1/2 my picks right this weekend:

Colts vs. Saints. PLEASE.
CajunMan
Boudin blanc
No longer registered
Level: 100

Posts: 1941/2483
EXP: 10071737
For next: 282695

Since: 2.1.02
From: Give me a Title shot!

Since last post: 3049 days
Last activity: 2186 days
#7 Posted on 17.1.10 2234.03
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2234.16
Who Dat! I like Farve, and Jared Allen but must pick my Saints in the S.B!

Colts(Manning) vs Saints in Miami. It will be a win win for the city of New Orleans.

Who Dat!
Big Bad
Scrapple
Level: 156

Posts: 5240/7062
EXP: 48304930
For next: 184798

Since: 4.1.02
From: Dorchester, Ontario

Since last post: 433 days
Last activity: 2 days
#8 Posted on 17.1.10 2248.26
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2248.59
The only team I don't want to see in any way shape or form is Indianapolis....so bet on the Colts to beat New Orleans in the Super Bowl.

    Originally posted by CajunMan
    Colts(Manning) vs Saints in Miami. It will be a win win for the city of New Orleans.


How is Archie Manning's son beating the beloved hometown side in any way a 'win' for New Orleans?
kwik
Summer sausage
Level: 47

Posts: 373/445
EXP: 749846
For next: 16363

Since: 5.9.02
From: Norwich, NY

Since last post: 1461 days
Last activity: 1441 days
#9 Posted on 17.1.10 2249.58
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2249.59
Always, always take the team playing with house money, which makes the AFC choice fairly easy- Jets over the Colts.

Dunno about the NFC, lets go Vikings over Saints, which I'm sure will produce a quiet, outside-drama-free, focus on the game Super Bowl, right?

CajunMan
Boudin blanc
No longer registered
Level: 100

Posts: 1942/2483
EXP: 10071737
For next: 282695

Since: 2.1.02
From: Give me a Title shot!

Since last post: 3049 days
Last activity: 2186 days
#10 Posted on 17.1.10 2254.50
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2254.52
    Originally posted by Big Bad
    The only team I don't want to see in any way shape or form is Indianapolis....so bet on the Colts to beat New Orleans in the Super Bowl.

      Originally posted by CajunMan
      Colts(Manning) vs Saints in Miami. It will be a win win for the city of New Orleans.


    How is Archie Manning's son beating the beloved hometown side in any way a 'win' for New Orleans?


Ummmm they live here. It will blow your mind how popluar they are.
Psycho Penguin
Liverwurst
Level: 69

Posts: 683/1173
EXP: 2732953
For next: 136805

Since: 24.6.07
From: Greenacres FL

Since last post: 3424 days
Last activity: 3420 days
Y!:
#11 Posted on 17.1.10 2304.48
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2304.57
5-3 right now, 3-1 last weekend and 2-2 this weekend. Both my super bowl picks got blown out last night.

I'll jump on the Jets bandwagon. If any team can confuse Peyton, it'll be them. Revis will shut down Wayne and they should consider putting him on Clark, as crazy as that sounds. Jets 17 Colts 13.

The other game seems like an intriguing matchup, but so did Saints/Cardinals. I'm not falling for that trap again. Saints 31, Vikings 13.

Saints vs Jets would be a fairly entertaining game too, I bet.


    Always, always take the team playing with house money, which makes the AFC choice fairly easy- Jets over the Colts.


I used to think so, there's been some awesome upsets in sports these last few years, but after the Sugar Bowl this year and the Cardinals getting bent over yesterday, I'm starting to question ALWAYS going with the team that has a very small chance of winning realistically.

(edited by Psycho Penguin on 18.1.10 0007)
Scotch Bingington
Pinkelwurst
Level: 13

Posts: 16/26
EXP: 8054
For next: 2213

Since: 16.1.10

Since last post: 3670 days
Last activity: 3670 days
#12 Posted on 17.1.10 2335.21
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2335.33
Jets, Saints, book that shit!!! 'Id rather be in Chyna'
It's False
Scrapple
Level: 147

Posts: 3391/6155
EXP: 38803949
For next: 634246

Since: 20.6.02
From: I am the Tag Team Champions!

Since last post: 705 days
Last activity: 499 days
#13 Posted on 17.1.10 2351.42
Reposted on: 17.1.17 2351.43
Karma dictates that the Jets beat the Colts. Then Indy can spend its entire offseason thinking about how they could have knocked the Jets out of playoff contention in Week 16. It would serve them right.

Saints beat the Vikings in a close one, decided by a Brett Favre INT. Then it'll be Minnesota's turn to play the "Will Brett Favre Retire For Reals This Time?" game.

We're a little early for another sign of the Sports Apocalypse, but can anyone think of a better one than a Saints/Jets Super Bowl?

(edited by It's False on 17.1.10 2153)
BoromirMark
Potato korv
Level: 57

Posts: 518/691
EXP: 1464488
For next: 21449

Since: 8.5.02
From: Milan-Ann Arbor, MI

Since last post: 1777 days
Last activity: 1777 days
#14 Posted on 18.1.10 0041.21
Reposted on: 18.1.17 0041.56
Well, going an outstanding 1-7 in my picks, I'm instead going to predict the opposite of what I want to happen. That way, I either salvage some picks or escape the Doucher Bowl between the Vikings/Colts.

Vikings
Colts
JimBob Skeeter
Bierwurst
Level: 88

Posts: 633/1837
EXP: 6409307
For next: 241383

Since: 2.1.02
From: MN

Since last post: 184 days
Last activity: 143 days
#15 Posted on 18.1.10 1450.33
Reposted on: 18.1.17 1450.54
Vikes.
Colts.
Make it so.
Llakor
Landjager
Level: 65

Posts: 701/930
EXP: 2308773
For next: 26867

Since: 2.1.02
From: Montreal, Quebec, CANADA

Since last post: 2511 days
Last activity: 2502 days
#16 Posted on 18.1.10 1613.46
Reposted on: 18.1.17 1613.48
I am 6-2 so far on my picks, being unable to guess which Baltimore Ravens team will actually show up to play a game.

In my original picks, I had New Orleans beating the Vikings so I will stick with that.
(My original prediction was "Saints will win because they have the ball last.")

In my original picks, I had the Jets beating the Colts to go to the AFC Championship game, so I will pick the Jets to beat the Colts in the AFC Championship game.
(My original prediction was "Jets score a passing TD, running TD, defensive TD and special teams TD."

New Orleans wins the Super Bowl. (My original pick)
Broncolanche
Sujuk
Level: 67

Posts: 749/1008
EXP: 2501679
For next: 91207

Since: 2.6.03
From: Littleton, CO

Since last post: 3114 days
Last activity: 2366 days
#17 Posted on 18.1.10 1651.14
Reposted on: 18.1.17 1651.26
    Originally posted by Scotch Bingington
    Jets, Saints, book that shit!!! 'Id rather be in Chyna'
...okay?
dMr
Andouille
Level: 95

Posts: 1822/2229
EXP: 8367939
For next: 300699

Since: 2.11.02
From: Edinburgh, Scotland

Since last post: 1358 days
Last activity: 745 days
#18 Posted on 19.1.10 0743.50
Reposted on: 19.1.17 0743.54
The Vikings front four were ludicrously good against the Cowboys. If they play like that again against the Saints, they win it. If they don't and/or Favre rediscovers his penchant for killing his team with bone-headed INTs, Saints win.

I'll stick with Minnesota seeing as I fancied them to win the NFC for most of the season.

Indy should beat NY, but the Jets' D is for real and people seem awfully quick to overlook the fact that Indy was only up 15-10 when the starters got pulled a few weeks back. The Colts probably would've won, but it's not like the Jets were being blown out.

Indy wins though by getting enough pressure on Sanchez to make him do stupid.

So yeah, Colts v Vikings.
Packman V2
Bratwurst
Level: 77

Posts: 1126/1444
EXP: 4187134
For next: 4014

Since: 16.3.04
From: Albuquerque, NM

Since last post: 41 days
Last activity: 1 day
Y!:
#19 Posted on 19.1.10 1009.28
Reposted on: 19.1.17 1009.59
I'm hoping for some vintage NFC Championship Favre and some vintage NFC championship Vikings here, which would be a nice combination of 6 ints and choking when it matters most...Go Saints...

Colts win...handily...Revis is damn good, but he can't cover everyone at the same time.

Regardless, as long as Brett doesn't get to the Super Bowl, I'm gonna be a happy camper.
dunkndollaz
Banger
Back to Back Survivor
Level: 103

Posts: 2231/2658
EXP: 11154499
For next: 316946

Since: 3.1.02
From: Northern NJ

Since last post: 154 days
Last activity: 141 days
#20 Posted on 22.1.10 0651.30
Reposted on: 22.1.17 0651.31
My heart says take the J-E-T-S jetsjetsjets & the Saints....my head says Colts/Saints and a whole lot of Manning-overload.
Pages: 1 2 NextThread ahead: NFC CHAMPIONSHIP: New Orleans Saints 31, Minnesota Vikings 28 (OT)
Next thread: AFC CHAMPIONSHIP: Indianapolis Colts 30, New York Jets 17
Previous thread: Is this the best the Bills could do?
(451 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
Related threads: Vikings 34 Cowboys 3 - Vikings 34 { deleted by CRZ } - Indianapolis 20, Baltimore 3 - More...
The 7 - Football - 2009 NFL Championship Weekend - Schedule & PredictionsRegister and log in to post!

The W™ message board - 7 year recycle

ZimBoard
©2001-2020 Brothers Zim
This old hunk of junk rendered your page in 0.117 seconds.