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Since: 2.1.02
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#21 Posted on
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AFC is not certain, but how I think it will end up:
1)Steelers
2)Raiders
3)Dolphins
4)Jets
5)Patriots
6)Ravens
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If it ends up like that, it would be:
2) Dolphins
3) Raiders

Dolphins beat the Raiders this year, so if they tie, Dolphins get the higher seed. If the Dolphins win the last week & the Pats lose, Miami gets the #2 regardless of what Oakland does.



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#22 Posted on
I would agree about not playing the Pack again, 'cept for its really hard to beat a team 3 times in one year. Call me crazy, but I'd rather see them stick it to the Pack in the playoffs and shut down StL, but I'll take whatever is given.



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spf
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Since: 2.1.02
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#23 Posted on
Much as I too would love to see the Pack lose to the Bears, they scare me so much. Here's how I see things, with a slight tinge of obvious bias

This weekend Bears, Rams, Jets, Seahawks win, Ravens lose when Randy Moss remembers it's national tv, and Raiders lose and continue to slide.

Wild card NFC:
Bucs over Eagles (Alstott is big....very big)
Niners over Packers (Pack looking a bit weak lately, but then so are Niners. I say Pack lose just because they're the Pack.)

Wild Card AFC:
Seattle over Oakland (Alexander-Mania is running wild!)
Jets over Miami

Div Playoffs NFC:
Bears over Niners
Rams over Bucs

Div Playoffs AFC:
Pitt over Seattle
Patriots over Jets

NFC Title:
Bears over Rams (Urlacher contains Faulk, Mike Brown gets 2 INT's, Warner knocked out in 3rd by Ted Washington pancake hit)

AFC Title:
Patriots over Steelers (Brady works one more miracle, leads team for last minute drive. Steelers get one last chance, but Kris Brown dooms them with 4th missed FG of the game)

Super Bowl:
Bears over Patriots (it's Super Bowl XX revisited! Jim McMahon moons New Orleans again! The Fridge comes down and compares buffets with Mongo McMichael! Walter Payton's ghost seen all along Bourbon Street! Tony Eason hides under bed just out of instinct! Richard Dent wins MVP despite being retired for years now! Everything old is new again! Bears 32, Pats 13)
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Since: 2.1.02
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#24 Posted on
two words spf...........dear lord



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Since: 11.12.01
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#25 Posted on

There is NO WAY anyone will beat the Rams in the playoffs.

I repeat....


NO

WAY.





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Since: 2.1.02
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#26 Posted on
I just have this weird feeling about the Rams. I watched a lot of their games this year, and by rights no one should EVER beat that team. The problem is they play like there's nothing they can't deal with. I just see some team making the most of Warner's INT's, someone getting a decent spy on Faulk to make him just an amazing human instead of the alien from planet Touchdown that he usually is, and this Rams team looking at each other and asking "what happened?" after they lose some close game in the coming playoffs.
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Since: 2.1.02
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#27 Posted on
I definatly think a team can beat the Rams. Look at thier games this year against New Orleans, New York, and Tampa Bay. They put down a blueprint for how to beat them. Its very possible. And no, if the 9ers come to the frozen tundra, they will NOT beat the Packers. Brett Favre DREAMS about playoff games. He is NEVER cold in them, save for a few vs. Dallas early in his career. Favre turns it on against good opponents. (And the Bears..HEHEHEHEHEH)



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TerryW
Chaurice








Since: 2.1.02
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#28 Posted on
If it's anything like the last few years, a team that has never won it before will take the title. So it's either going to be the Pats or the Bucs. But I'm a Vikings fan, so what do I know? I'm just waiting for some owner who has a really good coach to lose his mind and fire the guy. Vikes dump Green, send some lineman to have a "talk" with Moss, and we're in business for next year.

(edited by TerryW on 2.1.02 2217)

(edited by TerryW on 2.1.02 2218)

(edited by TerryW on 2.1.02 2220)
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Since: 2.1.02
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#29 Posted on
I REALLY hope they dont fire Green. He makes being a Packer fan, living in Minnesota, a great thing to be.



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Stephanie
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Since: 2.1.02
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#30 Posted on
> I say the Pack beats out the Bears for the division
> title, so put THEM #2, baby.
> (Disclaimer: This may be wishful thinking)

Wishful thinking? Nay...just good quality Wisconsinite thinking - and there's NOTHING wrong with that.

Steph



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#31 Posted on
woah woah woah WOAH! What about my Seahawks. Mike Holgrem's plan of not getting them to the palyoffs will fail miserably because DILFER IS STARTING BABY! Dilfer has won 14 straight. Dilfer will carry the Hawks to a championship title. Dilfer probably won't start in the playoffs b/c Holgrem hates me.

Rams/Pats in the Superbowl.



Texas Kelly
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Since: 3.1.02
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#32 Posted on
Here's how I think things will end up...

AFC
1. Steelers
2. Patriots
3. Raiders
4. Dolphins
5. Jets
6. Ravens

NFC
1. Rams
2. Bears
3. Eagles
4. Packers
5. 49ers
6. Bucs

Wild Card Round
Raiders over Ravens (REVENGE!), Jets over Dolphins
Bucs over Eagles (CURSE OVER!), Packers over 49ers

Divisional Playoffs
Steelers over Jets, Patriots over Raiders
Bucs over Rams (DEATH! DEATH!), Bears over Packers

Conference Championships
Steelers over Patriots
Bears over Bucs

Super Bowl
Steelers over Bears

Yes, if you haven't figured it out yet, I too am a Bucs fan.



What?
spf
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#33 Posted on
I'd hate to see Green go in Minn. just because then there'd be no really hateable coaches in the NFC Central. The Walrus went off to Seattle and took his big plastic sheet with him. Wayne Fontes is hopefully resting comfortably in the wing of hell reserved for colossal assholes. Even my Bears went to the most milquetoast coach they could find. One of the great joys left is laughing at Dennis Green and his inability to go all the way or to manage his team.
Cox813
Medisterpoelse








Since: 2.1.02
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#34 Posted on
My playoff seedings...

NFC:
1. St. Louis
2. Chicago
3. Philadelphia
4. Green Bay
5. San Francisco
6. Tampa Bay

AFC:
1. Pittsburgh
2. New England
3. Oakland
4. Miami
5. Baltimore
6. New York

As far as I'm concerned, there's almost no way New England CAN'T win the AFC East...they're playing friggin' Carolina. I see Oakland losing to the Jets, enabling Gang Green to win a playoff birth (it's not December anymore, so they might actually show up), and Baltimore ought to roll over the Vikings. I'd like to pick the Pack to win the NFC Central, but the Bears are playing a Jacksonville team with nothing to play for; not a playoff birth, not their coach who is probably going to get fired, nothing. I think the Pack are a better team than the Bears, though. Here's how I see the wild card round shaping up.

NFC:
Tampa Bay upsets the Eagles
Green Bay over San Francisco

AFC:
Oakland over New York
Baltimore over Miami

The Tampa Bay game is a hope more than anything...I'm going to the game and I'll be silently rooting against the Eagles (since I don't want to get put in the hospital by the unruly thugs that call themselves Eagles fans). San Francisco is still a young team and Green Bay is led by a guy who's been in the trenches, so I see them winning that game fairly easily. Over in the AFC, I don't think Baltimore is done at all, and I think they're going to thrash Miami. And while Oakland has stunk lately, I think they're just too talented not to at least make the second round of the playoffs. In the conference semifinals...

NFC:
St Louis rolls over Tampa Bay
Green Bay over Chicago

AFC:
Baltimore over Pittsburgh
Oakland over New England

Frankly, I don't see how anybody can stop the Rams. The Bucs' defense is not as good as it has been in years past, and the Rams' defense has improved to where I don't see how the Bucs will put enough to make up for what the Rams' O puts up. Green Bay has had the Bears' number all season, and again, in the playoffs you go with the veterans over the younger team. This might be the Pack's last run, so go with them over the Bears. The same logic applies to the AFC games...Baltimore wins over the younger Pittsburgh team, and Oakland gets it together long enough to take out the Pats. Conference title games...

NFC:
St. Louis over Green Bay

AFC:
Baltimore over Oakland

The Rams are just too good to lose. Faulk may run for 200 against the Pack. Over in the AFC, the tough Baltimore defense gives them the edge over the Raiders again. That leaves us with the Super Bowl, with the last two teams to win the big game playing each other...

Super Bowl
St. Louis over Baltimore

The irresistable force meets the immovable object (thanks, Gorilla). Go with the irresistable force on the carpet in New Orleans.
TheBucsFan
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#35 Posted on
New England is playing the Jets this weekend, actually. If the Jets beat them, and the Dolphins beat Buffalo, Miami wins the division.

Edit: My bad, yes you guys are right, they play the Panthers.

(edited by TheBucsFan on 3.1.02 1137)
haz
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Since: 2.1.02
From: Whitby, Ontario, Canada

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#36 Posted on
+++++
AFC
+++++

NE is not playing the Jets, they play Carolina...

Jets play Oakland, Miami plays Buffalo, Baltimore plays Minnesota and Seattle plays KC.

NE will win
Oakland will beat the Jets
Baltimore will beat Minny
Seattle beats KC

AFC is then....

1. Pittsburgh
2. Oakland
3. NE
4. Miami
5. Baltimore
6. Seattle

NE beats up on Seattle at home
Baltimore beats Miami (and I am a Dolfan!!!)
...
then
...
Pittsburgh beats Baltimore (Ravens will be lucky to score)
Oakland beats NE (Gannon lights up Pats)
...
then
...
Pittsburgh beats Oakland (Bettis rumbles for 200+)

+++++
NFC
+++++

Bears will beat Jacksonville and the Pack will beat the Giants so....

1. St Louis
2. Chicago
3. Philadelphia
4. Green Bay
5. San Fran
6. Tampa

Green Bay beats SF on the tundra
Philly beats TB (Just can't see this Tampa team winning this game)
...
then
...
St Louis wins the track meet against the Packers
Philly upsets the Bears (they are young, they'll be back)
...
then
...
Classic rematch from Week 1 when the Rams won 20-17. This time they win again, a little easier...


That leaves

St Louis vs Pittsburgh

The Rams have looked like a different team since they lost to Tampa at the end of November. Putting up 35,27,34,38 and 42 points....

Just don't see them losing this year!!!! Warners thumb is better and Faulk is all healed now.


Rams 31 Steelers 17
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#37 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00

I just want to see a Packers V StL matchup. It would be so great. Teams play differently against different teams and levals of competition, I think it woudl be a LOT closer that you guys think. Or it could be a blowout, but it would be fun to watch.



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Fazzle
Kishke








Since: 2.1.02
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#38 Posted on
I'm not gonna do a round by round, just my Bowl pick.

If GB/SF play in Green Bay, the Pack make it to the Super Bowl, where they lose to Pittsburgh, 24-20.

If they play in SF, SF wins, and the Rams win the Super Bowl, defeating Pittsburgh, 41-30.



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Since: 2.1.02
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#39 Posted on
Nah Nah, the steelers will still win because they are the most complete team in the league. Color me biased, but thats my opinion. Steelers 31 Rams 28



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#40 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00

Kordell, Kordell, Kordell, when will you remember that your not a good QB?



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