smark/net attack Advisory System Status is: Elevated (Holds; July 5, 2005) It's good to see that the WWE isn't backing away from Batista or Cena. There's still some questions lingering over a few of the draft moves they either made or didn't make (Jericho being a prime example), but the stage is set for a solid run to Summerslam that may send the indicator down. The longer Triple H stays away is also a plus...
NFC NORTH Minnesota Green Bay (WC) Detroit Chicago
NFC SOUTH Falcons Saints (WC) Panthers Buccaneers
NL...er, NFC WEST St. Louis Arizona Seattle San Francisco
WILD CARD Ravens over Jets Chargers over Bengals Green Bay over St. Louis Minnesota over New Orleans DIVISIONAL Patriots over Ravens Colts over Chargers Philadelphia over Green Bay Atlanta over Minnesota CONFERENCE Patriots over Colts Falcons over Eagles SUPER BOWL XL Patriots 27 Falcons 24
"He is the most overrated piece of crap in the league. He bitched and whined after he got his ass beaten in New England last year, so the NFL changed the rules. Then he got his ass beaten in New England again. Every year he's the top MVP candidate. Every year he's supposed to be the best. Every year he's going to carry the Colts to the Super Bowl. And every single year he goes to New England and gets his ass beaten. And his brother's a whiny little bitch." -A friend of mine, on Peyton Manning
AFC: Indianapolis, New England, Denver, Pittsburgh, New York Jets, and um, Cincinnati
NFC: Philadelphia, Seattle, Carolina, go with the upset here and pick Detroit, St. Louis, and Tampa Bay
Cincinnati beats Denver (Shanahan is 0-4 in the playoffs besides the two Super Bowl years). Pittsburgh beats New York (on a missed FG by Mike Nugent). St. Louis beats Detroit. Carolia beats Tampa Bay.
Indianapolis beats Cincinnati. New England beats Denver. Carolina beats Seattle. Phiadelphia beats St. Louis.
Indianapolis beats New England. Flipping a coin, Carolina beats Philadelphia.
Indianapolis beats Carolina to take home the Lombardi Trophy.
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AFC East 1. New England (13-3) 2. New York Jets (10-6) 3. Buffalo Bills (9-7) 4. Miami Dolphins (2-14)
AFC North 1. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) 2. Cincinnati Bengals* (10-6) 3. Baltimore Ravens (9-7) 4. Cleveland Browns (3-13)
AFC South 1. Indianapolis Colts (14-2) 2. Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6) 3. Houston Texans (9-7) 4. Tennessee Titans (6-10)
AFC West 1. San Diego Chargers (12-4) 2. Kansas City Cheifs* (11-5) 3. Oakland Raiders (10-6) 4. Denver Broncos (5-11)
AFC Wildcards: Cincinnati and Kansas City AFC Byes: Indy and New England First Round: Pittsburgh over Cincy and San Diego over KC Second Round: Pats over Steelers and Colts over Chargers AFC Title Game: Manning gets his win finally at home as the top seeded Colts beat the Pats 24-14 AFC Champs: Indianapolis Colts
National Football Conference
NFC East 1. Philadelphia Eagles (11-5) 2. Dallas Cowboys* (10-6) 3. Washington Redskins (10-6) 4. New York Giants (5-11)
NFC North 1. Minnesota Vikings (13-3) 2. Detroit Lions (9-7) 3. Green Bay Packers (6-10) 4. Chicago Bears (6-10)
NFC South 1. Carolina Panthers (12-4) 2. Atlanta Falcons* (11-5) 3. San Antonio Saints (8-8) 4. Tampa Bay Bucs (6-10)
NFC West 1. St Louis Rams (10-6) 2. Seattle Seahawks (9-7) 3. Arizona Cardinals (8-8) 4. San Fran 49ers (5-11)
NFC Wildcards: Dallas and Atlanta NFC Byes: Carolina and Minnesota First Round: Atlanta over St. Louis and Dallas over Philly Second Round: Carolina over Atlanta and Minnesota over Dallas NFC Title Game: Minnesota over Carolina NFC Champions: Minnesota Vikings
Super Bowl 40 Indianapolis Colts over Minnesota Vikings- yes I do think Cory Simon makes that big of a difference.
Well, fans of 30 teams have to start thinking about the first big event of next year, the NFL draft. And because New England's pick is getting taken away, the winner of the Super Bowl has no impact on the draft order.