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Lexus
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Since: 2.1.02
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#1 Posted on
AFC East

Buffalo Bills 2-0
Miami Dolphins 1-1
New England Patriots 1-1
New York Jets 0-2

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens 1-1
Pittsburgh Steelers 1-1
Cincinnati Bengals 0-2
Cleveland Browns 0-2

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 2-0
Houston Texans 1-1
Tennessee Titans 1-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 0-2

AFC West

Denver Broncos 2-0
Kansas City Chiefs 2-0
Oakland Raiders 1-1
San Diego Chargers 0-2


NFC East

Washington Redskins 2-0
New York Giants 1-1
Dallas Cowboys 1-1
Philadelphia Eagles 0-2

NFC North

Minnesota Vikings 2-0
Detroit Lions 1-1
Green Bay Packers 1-1
Chicago Bears 0-2

NFC South

Carolina Panthers 2-0
Atlanta Falcons 1-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-1
New Orleans Saints 1-1

NFC West

Seattle Seahawks 2-0
San Fransisco 49ers 1-1
St. Louis Rams 1-1
Arizona Cardinals 0-2


This weeks asenine picks

NFC Champions: Carolina Panthers
AFC Champions: Kansas City Cheifs

(edited by Lexus on 16.9.03 0122)




Kane gets flustered that he didn't get to do something silly this week. Ho hum.
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Since: 4.11.02
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#2 Posted on
    Originally posted by Lexus

    Washington Redskins 2-0
    New York Giants 1-1
    Dallas Cowboys 1-1
    Philadelphia Eagles 0-2


...and God smiled down upon Washington, and it was good.



Hail to the Redskins! Patrick Ramsey will own you! 16-0, here we come!
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#3 Posted on
    Originally posted by VanillaSky
      Originally posted by Lexus

      Washington Redskins 2-0
      New York Giants 1-1
      Dallas Cowboys 1-1
      Philadelphia Eagles 0-2


    ...and God smiled down upon Washington, and it was good.


Actually, the Boys should be 2nd on that list. Since they beat the Giants, they're 2nd in the division. (Not that I'm nitpicking or anything :)) I cant remember the last time the Cowboys weren't in last place.

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I'm just glad we're getting those losses out of the way. It will make it much easier to keep momentum going through the playoffs.



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Miami/Buffalo this coming Sunday night is gonna be huge in the AFC East...




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Since: 16.4.02
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.87
    Originally posted by Lexus
    NFC North

    Minnesota Vikings 2-0
    Detroit Lions 1-1
    Green Bay Packers 1-1
    Chicago Bears 0-2



I'm assuming teams with identical records are listed alphabetically here. Otherwise, having Detroit ahead of Green Bay is just plain wrong, considering the Pack whupped 'em 31-6 on Sunday.

Which means more fattening grub for me! This season, local McDonald's are running this gimmick: buy one Quarter Pounder, get another one (or a large fries) for a price equal to the Packers' opponents score. So for this week, a 2nd fat-ass burger is just $0.06. Thanks, Mooch!



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Since: 27.7.03
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
Originally posted by Lexus

Washington Redskins 2-0
New York Giants 1-1
Dallas Cowboys 1-1
Philadelphia Eagles 0-2


...and God smiled down upon Washington, and it was good.



The "goodness" might not last too long. Patrick Ramsey will leading the 'Skins with a bum knee this week.

(edited by Melon' Head on 17.9.03 0646)
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Since: 17.9.03
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#8 Posted on
As a life-long Bills fan, even I am shocked at how well they've done the first two weeks.

Bills/Phins should be awesome, fuck Unforgiven.
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Since: 4.11.02
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.56
    Originally posted by Melon' Head
    Originally posted by Lexus

    Washington Redskins 2-0
    New York Giants 1-1
    Dallas Cowboys 1-1
    Philadelphia Eagles 0-2


...and God smiled down upon Washington, and it was good.



The "goodness" might not last too long. Patrick Ramsey will leading the 'Skins with a bum knee this week.

(edited by Melon' Head on 17.9.03 0646)


Huh?

Ramsey has a sprain on his non-throwing left shoulder. His knee is fine.



Hail to the Redskins! Patrick Ramsey will own you! 16-0, here we come!
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Since: 2.1.02
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NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 2

AFC
1. Buffalo (2-0)
2. Kansas City (2-0)
3. Indianapolis (2-0)
4. Pittsburgh (1-1)
5. Denver (2-0)
6. Houston (1-1)

7. Tennessee (1-1)
8. Miami (1-1)
9. Baltimore (1-1)
10. Oakland (1-1)
11. New England (1-1)
12. Jacksonville (0-2)
13. San Diego (0-2)
14. N. Y. Jets (0-2)
15. Cincinnati (0-2)
16. Cleveland (0-2)

NFC
1. Seattle (2-0)
2. Minnesota (2-0)
3. Carolina (2-0)
4. Washington (2-0)
5. Green Bay (1-1)
6. Atlanta (1-1)

7. New Orleans (1-1)
8. St. Louis (1-1)
9. Dallas (1-1)
10. N. Y. Giants (1-1)
11. Tampa Bay (1-1)
12. San Francisco (1-1)
13. Detroit (1-1)
14. Philadelphia (0-2)
15. Arizona (0-2)
16. Chicago (0-2)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: Houston at Indianapolis, Denver at Pittsburgh
NFC: Atlanta at Carolina, Green Bay at Washington

First-round byes:
AFC: Buffalo, Kansas City
NFC: Seattle, Minnesota


(edited by JayJayDean on 18.9.03 0642)

Washington Huskies, 1-1. USC didn't look THAT great after the first quarter, so I'm more optimistic that they'll be the 2003 Pac-10 champs.
Jaguar
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Since: 23.1.02
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.82
How does Denver end up below Pitt?

-Jag



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Since: 2.6.03
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.64
    Originally posted by Jaguar
    How does Denver end up below Pitt?

    -Jag


Pitt leads the AFC North.



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.82
Thank you.

-Jag



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Since: 27.7.03
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
Seattle homefield advantage? There definately is parity isnt there?Hopefully Holmgren finally has control of that team.
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