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« on: Sep 09, 2009 at 13:39 »

AFC

1. AFCW Chargers (13-3).  Blessed by a weak division.
2. AFCN Steelers (12-4).  Consistent and poised.
3. AFCS Colts (11-5).  Offense again carries the day.
4. AFCE Patriots (11-5).   Like a bad zombie movie.
5. Wild Card - AFCN Ravens (11-5).  The nasty D refuses to die.
6. Wild Card - AFCS Texans (10-6).  Edge the Titans on head-to-head.

NFC

1. NFCE Giants (13-3).  Eli is an average QB with a depleted WR pool, but a solid D and running game.  That might be enough.
2. NFCN Packers (11-5).  [*Edit: changed this from Bears.  Bears could make a run; Pack intrigues.]
3. NFCS Saints (11-5).  Will the D ever show up?
4. NFCW Seahawks (9-7).  Ekes out the division after injuries ravage Cards.
5. Wild Card NFCE Eagles (12-4).  McNabb keeps Vick on the bench.
6. Wild Card NFCN Vikings (10-6).  Favre gets old down the stretch.  Again.

WC

Texans 27, Colts 23.  Ravens 20, Patriots 17.  Saints 30, Vikings 17.  Eagles 34, Seahawks 14.

Div

Chargers 37, Texans 14.  Steelers 27, Ravens 20.  Giants 20, Eagles 17.  Pack 27, Saints 23.

Conf

Steelers 34, Chargers 17.  Giants 27, Pack 17.

SB

Steelers 27, Giants 13.
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 09, 2009 at 18:52 »

Eagles vs Vikings in the Super Bowl.  I realize it's not possible, but ESPN told me they are the best two teams to ever step foot on a football field, so they will defy all NFL logic and meet up in the SB.  Favre is Christ in cleats and the McNabb/Vick combo is just insane.  I can't stop praising McNabb simply because he has accomplished so much over the course of his NFL career.  Same with Vick.

Eagles win 2-1.  clap

As always, the Steelers will suck.  6-10 because Ben doesn't put up fantasy numbers and Brady is back with his 15 kids.

End of story, mark it down bitches. headbang
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« Reply #2 on: Sep 10, 2009 at 11:15 »

YES - Brady is G-O-D in uniform.  Rivers and Brees are far superior qb's to Ben, Flacco will be Offensive MVP and headed to Pro-Bowl with the Division winning Ravens.  The only things missign are the predictions of the Steelers getting B!tch slapped by the Browns and Mrs. Quinn.

Sounds like some media types are picking Chargers to win the SB.  IMHO - they will only make the playoffs becasue of their weak division, and they will lose to Broncs and either KC or Oakland. 

Mike and Mike this morning had Steelers at 10-6.  Golic had SD winning SB and Green(e)(SP?) had Pats.  They both had Eagles losing in SB.

Steelers 12-4, worst case, losing a couple of close ones they won last year, but also playing AFC West and not NFC East.  Also, possibly losing tonight (yes the glass is half empty already).

Steelers win SB of course!!!!!!



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« Reply #3 on: Sep 10, 2009 at 12:44 »

AFC East - Miami (11-5) Too many losses on NE Defense.
AFC West - San Diego (12-4) Anyone who picks any other team in the West are out of their mind.
AFC North - Pittsburgh (13-3) Home field on way to repeat championship
AFC South - Tennessee (10-6) Losing Haynesworth will matter over he long haul.
Wildcard - Baltimore (11-5) Fuck the Ratbirds!
Wildcard - New England (10-6) Fuck the Patsies too!

NFC East - Dallas (10-6) Deep division, and it pains me to put them at the top.
NFC West - Arizona (11-5) San Fran can contend here too
NFC North - Green Bay (11-5) Favre who?
NFC South - New Orleans (12.5-3.5) Stronger defense with potent offense, could be NOLAs year to go to Super Bowl
Wildcard - Chicago (10-6) Favre who?
Wildcard - Philadelphia (10-6) Vick makes the world go round.

AFC Champion - Pittsburgh
NFC Champion - New Orleans
Super Bowl XLIV Champion - Pittsburgh

My picks usually suck eggs, so take it with a grain of salt.
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« Reply #4 on: Sep 10, 2009 at 13:58 »


NFC South - New Orleans (13-4) Stronger defense with potent offense, could be NOLAs year to go to Super Bowl

My picks usually suck eggs, so take it with a grain of salt.

You sure?   shit      shrugs      thumbsup      poke
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« Reply #5 on: Sep 10, 2009 at 14:05 »


NFC South - New Orleans (13-4) Stronger defense with potent offense, could be NOLAs year to go to Super Bowl

My picks usually suck eggs, so take it with a grain of salt.

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Oops. Well a 13-4 prediction could ruin my already stellar reputation Tongue Consider it revised to 12.5 wins and 3.5 losses Cheesy
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« Reply #6 on: Sep 12, 2009 at 01:08 »

As in past years, no idea if the numbers match up.

AFC

EastNorthSouthWestNFC

EastNorthSouthWestAFC PLAYOFFSNFC PLAYOFFSSuper Bowl
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« Reply #7 on: Sep 12, 2009 at 15:37 »

NFC East
NY Giants
Philadelphia
Washington
Dallas 

NFC North
Green Bay
Minnesota
Chicago
Detroit

NFC West
Arizona
Seattle
St. Louis
San Francisco


NFC South
Carolina
Atlanta
New Orleans
Tampa Bay

AFC East
Miami
New England
NY Jets
Buffalo

AFC North
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Cincinatti
Baltimore

AFC West
San Diego
Denver
Oakland
Kansas City

AFC South
Indianapolis
Tennessee
Jacksonville
Houston

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year: Shady McCoy, Philadelphia over Brandon Pettigrew DET and Pat White MIA 
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year: Vontae Davis, Miami over Everette Brown CAR and Malcolm Jenkins ATL

NFL Offensive Player of the Year: Randy Moss, New England
NFL Defensive Player of the Year: Osi Umenyiora, NY Giants
MVP: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Coach of the Year: Tony Sparano, Miami

AFC Playoff Teams
Pittsburgh, San Diego, Indianapolis, Miami, New England, Tennessee

NFC Playoff Teams
Green Bay, NY Giants, Arizona, Carolina, Seattle, Philadelphia

AFC Championship: Pittsburgh destroys New England
NFC Championship: Green Bay revenge over NY Giants 

SB 44: Pittsburgh Steelers 24 Green Bay Packers 20
SB MVP: Stefan Logan

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