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Old 06-15-2007, 01:29 AM   #16
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Default Re: NFL Super Bowl Champion: Third Year Theory

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Originally Posted by ncoolong View Post
Living - I think you're taking this far too seriously, man...For the life of me, I don't understand how it is you seem to overlook the Steelers' Year 2 when they were 15-1, since you seem to continuously mention they came out of nowhere. And the Colts didn't even have a bye in last year's playoffs. They were NOT the favorites against the Ravens. Nor were the Steelers against Cincinnati and Indianapolis...not sure about Denver.

However, I appreciate the laugh:
"Grossman isn't a very good QB, but in the NFC Chicago don't need him to be one."

Yeah, they sure didn't against the Colts! How can you be a Year 3 Team if your QB can't win the Super Bowl game? And they're biggest competition is the Saints...for some reason, you seem to be doubting the obvious Third Year Theory potential of that team.

Really, it's not something I drew up multiple versions and threw it around a billion different scenarios. I wrote most of it while I was on a conference call the other day and wasn't interested in the subject.

So please, take it with a grain of salt.
Well thats fine, I guess.

I'll be sure to 'add salt' in future
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