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AMERICAN CONFERENCE

5 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ 2 PITTSBURGH STEELERS Saturday 12/15 4:30PM

6 NEW YORK JETS @ 1 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Sunday 12/16 4:30PM

NATIONAL CONFERENCE

6 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ 1 ATLANTA FALCONS Saturday 12/15 7:30PM

4 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ 2 CHICAGO BEARS Sunday 12/16 12PM

Times are Eastern!

I like...Pittsburgh, New England, Green Bay and Chicago. Also, I don't know that picking all these home teams is such a great idea!

(edited by CRZ on 9.1.11 1856)

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In the interest of selfishness, I'd REALLY like to see an NFC Championship game between Chicago and Green Bay.
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Patriots
Steelers
Packers
Seahawks

Can you believe that if it actually goes down this way, the NFC title game would be hosted in SEATTLE? Ay caramba!

(edited by It's False on 9.1.11 1715)



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    Originally posted by It's False
    Patriots
    Steelers
    Packers
    Seahawks

    Can you believe that if it actually goes down this way, the NFC title game would be hosted in SEATTLE? Ay caramba!

    (edited by It's False on 9.1.11 1715)


Same way I see it too. In the AFC New England and Pittsburgh look like the clear best teams in the NFC it's all up in the air so I'll take the lower seeds.



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Patriots, Steelers, Bears and Falcons, though obviously I'm hoping for a Green Bay upset. The Packers and Ravens get no favours by winning on Sunday and then getting a short turn-around week against opponents who have already had more rest.

(edited by Big Bad on 10.1.11 0045)
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Ravens, Jets, Bears, Falcons.

Can't pick against the Jets now, and what's more, if our path to the SuperBowl means beating Manning and Brady in back to back weeks, all the more awesome. And yes, I will be heartbroken if the Jets don't get it done, because I'm a Jets fan.

The Ravens D will be looking to absolutely murder Big Ben. Ed Reed's playing with an enormous chip on his shoulder, and with a bye I don't know Troy Polumalu will be in the swing of things or not. You know the running game will NOT work on either side, and Flacco has better targets IMO.

Marshawn Lynch probably will not do anything remotely close to what he did against the Saints defense in Chicago. The real question is whether Jay Cutler will show up to play.

Falcons are already on the bus. I love the commercial, I think if Chunky soup and Madden can have curses, Play 60 can be a boon. That said this game will be very tight with a highly talented Packers defense trying to rattle a highly talented Falcons offense.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
    Originally posted by Lexus
    Can't pick against the Jets now, and what's more, if our path to the SuperBowl means beating Manning and Brady in back to back weeks, all the more awesome. And yes, I will be heartbroken if the Jets don't get it done, because I'm a Jets fan.
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    Originally posted by Lexus
    Flacco has better targets IMO.


Not IM. Baltimore has three possession receivers.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
      Originally posted by Lexus
      Flacco has better targets IMO.


    Not IM. Baltimore has three possession receivers.


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