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11-27-2007, 05:52 PM
Well since we're winding down to the final stretch of the regular season, I think we should put in our playoff predictions, I'll go first.

1. Patriots - DUH
2. Colts - Not a duh like the Patriots, the Jags are one game behind
3. Steelers - Clinch the division in the second to last week (despite my concerns lol)
4. Chargers - Chiefs won't win it, Broncos are inconsistent, gotta go with San Diego
5. Jaguars - They've been impressive lately
6. Browns - Have a easy schedule down the road

1. Cowboys - DUH
2. Packers - DUH
3. Seahawks - Had the Bucs here but decided to change it
4. Buccaneers - Saints ain't gonna get 'em
5. Giants - I think they'll recover
6. Eagles - Seriously, the Eagles

Whats your predictions?

11-27-2007, 06:03 PM
1 Pats
2 Steelers( i believe that we can win out if lebeau unleashes our unseen defensive schemes soon, he says he hasnt pulled them out since training camp)
6Titans(browns wont be lucky against every team this season.)


1. Packers(they will beat the boys')

11-27-2007, 07:45 PM
Fast Willie Parker has the AFC right.

In the NFC I think the Packers get the one seed, Cryboys the 2, Bucs 3, Seahawks 4. The Giants will collapse in the second half like they've done every year of the Eli era. The Lions have a brutal schedule.

After that it's a wild guess who gets the wild cards, but I'll say the G-men have just enough of a pad to hold on in spite of their collapse, and the Eagles will get the other berth. Sleeper pick is the Saints because they play three other teams in that logjam. Winning those games would give them 8 wins plus give them a game lead plus tiebreaker on each opponent.

11-27-2007, 09:15 PM
1. Patriots
2. Steelers
3. Colts
4. Chargers
5. Jaguars
6. Browns

1. Packers
2. Cowboys
3. Bucs
4. Seahawks
5. Redskins(Playing with a heavy heart, the remainder of the season is for 21)
6. Giants

AFC Championship
Steelers Over Patriots

NFC Championship
Cowboys Over Packers

Super Bowl XLII
Steelers Over Cowboys
(Like old times, you folks who saw these Super Bowl W's of the 70's know what I'm talking about)

11-27-2007, 09:56 PM
1. Patriots
2. Colts
3. Steelers
4. Chargers
5. Jaguars
6. Browns

1. Packers
2. Cowboys
3. Bucs
4. Cardinals (yes very risky pick, I know)
5. Giants
6. Lions

*Bold teams are the winners

AFC WildCard
5 - Jaguars @ 4 - Chargers
6 - Browns @ 3 - Steelers

NFC WildCard
5 - Giants @ 4 - Cardinals
6 Lions @ 3 - Bucs


AFC Divisional Playoffs
5 - Jaguars @ 1 - Patriots (But the Pats will get beat up from this physical team)
3 - Steelers @ 2 - Colts

NFC Divisional Playoffs
5 - Giants @ 1 - Packers
3 - Bucs @2 - Cowboys


AFC Championship
3 - Steelers @ 1 -Patriots

NFC Championship
2 - Cowboys @ 1 - Packers

Super Bowl XLII
Steelers vs Cowboys

Black@Gold Forever32
11-27-2007, 11:21 PM
I find it funny that some still think the Browns are lucky.......They're 7-4 and playing good football.......Yes their defense isn't very good but their offense has played well all year and Cribbs is a difference maker as a return man...Its more then luck......Look at their schedule also......I don't see them losing more then two games and they easily could win out.....You don't contend for a division crown on just being lucky......The Browns deserve credit for turning around their season especially after the Steelers beat them 34-0 in the season opener....

11-30-2007, 08:50 PM

1 New England
2 Indianapolis
3 Pittsburgh
4 San Diego
5 Jacksonville
6 Cleveland


1 Dallas
2 Green Bay
3 Tampa Bay
4 Seattle
5 NY Giants
6 Arizona

AFC Playoffs

Indy and Pats get BYE

3 Steelers vs. 6 Cleveland
4 San Diego vs. 5 Jacksonville

2nd round

Pats vs. jags
Steelers vs. Colts

Pats vs. Steelers

Pats (I love the Steelers, I would sell my blood for tix, but the pats in January scare me)

NFC Playoffs

Dallas Green Bay BYE

3 Tampa Bay vs. Cardinals
4 Seattle vs. NY Giants

2nd Round

Dallas vs. Arizona
Seattle vs. Green Bay

Dallas vs. Green Bay


Patriots vs. Packers in Super Bowl XLII

I Hope That Brett Favre, When Noone Thought He Could Do It, Wins Against The Pats in Arizona and Retires, Going Off Jerome Bettis Style

Packers 34-29