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Ricco Suavez
12-31-2012, 05:46 PM
Since the 2003 Superbowl the AFC has been represented by teams with one of three QBs, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Ben Roethlisberger . With The Steelers now out of playoff contention, will it continue with Brady or Peyton in the AFC. Nine years in a row with only three QBs, Brady with 4 trips during that time span, Ben with 3, and Peyton with 2. Brady had a previous trip in 2001.

steelerchad
12-31-2012, 05:59 PM
Since the 2003 Superbowl the AFC has been represented by teams with one of three QBs, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Ben Roethlisberger . With The Steelers now out of playoff contention, will it continue with Brady or Peyton in the AFC. Nine years in a row with only three QBs, Brady with 4 trips during that time span, Ben with 3, and Peyton with 2. Brady had a previous trip in 2001.


It will. In fact, I think they'll be playing in the Championship game, so it will be a guarantee after the divisional round.
The Texans are fading, the Ravens are really fading, the Colts are the beneficiary of a last place schedule and are still a couple years away, and the Bengals just aren't that good.
Hard to believe.
03-Brady
04-Brady
05-Ben
06-Payton
07-Brady
08-Ben
09-Payton
10-Ben
11-Brady
12-? Payton I think

That would give Brady 4, Ben and Payton 3 each and Flacco and the rest of the pretenders with a big fat 0 combined.
Shows you the power of having an elite QB.

More of the same in the NFC in the last 5 years.
07- Eli
08- Warner
09-Brees
10-Rodgers
11-Eli
03-06 were 4 avg. QB's in the NFC with McNabb being the most accomplished, but none of the 4 were able to win.

Blacksburg Zach
12-31-2012, 06:06 PM
It will. In fact, I think they'll be playing in the Championship game, so it will be a guarantee after the divisional round.
The Texans are fading, the Ravens are really fading, the Colts are the beneficiary of a last place schedule and are still a couple years away, and the Bengals just aren't that good.
Hard to believe.
03-Brady
04-Brady
05-Ben
06-Payton
07-Brady
08-Ben
09-Payton
10-Ben
11-Brady
12-? Payton I think

That would give Brady 4, Ben and Payton 3 each and Flacco and the rest of the pretenders with a big fat 0 combined.
Shows you the power of having an elite QB.

Hey, Flaccid is no pretender. He's the best quarterback in the NFL. He said so himself, so it must be true.:chuckle:

steelerchad
12-31-2012, 06:14 PM
Hey, Flaccid is no pretender. He's the best quarterback in the NFL. He said so himself, so it must be true.:chuckle:

Oh yeah. I forgot he said he was elite. Let's see how the Ravens take care of him this off season. That should tell us if they think he's elite. He'll get his 1 playoff win against a weak Colts team and then go to Denver or NE and get trounced.

TRH
12-31-2012, 09:14 PM
i'd be surprised if the Patriots would lose in the playoffs.

lloydwoodson
01-02-2013, 08:35 AM
i'd be surprised if the Patriots would lose in the playoffs.

I see the Bronocs going to the superbowl. They have home-field and a top 5 defense. The Pats defense sucks. Obviously with Brady they have a shot.

I think the Packers make it back too.

TRH
01-02-2013, 09:17 AM
I see the Bronocs going to the superbowl. They have home-field and a top 5 defense. The Pats defense sucks. Obviously with Brady they have a shot.

I think the Packers make it back too.


i hope you're right about that. I'd much rather see Denver there. If you would have asked me a month ago, i would have said the 49ers from the NFC. I'm not so sure right now as they seem to have imploded a bit in the last month - Harbaugh likely should have stayed with Smith and kept things going, but its still possible they get there instead of GB.

torpedoshell31
01-02-2013, 04:20 PM
It's about as close to 100% as you can get that the streak continues. In fact the winner of the Pats/Broncos AFC title game should win the Super Bowl, their the 2 best teams in the league.