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Old 12-05-2012, 03:39 PM   #11
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For me,

1. Houston 6/10
2. Baltimore 6.5/10
3. New England 8.5/10
4. Denver 7.25/10
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:41 PM   #12
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If we have to play Brady in his house - we're in trouble. The simple fact of the matter is, when Tom is playing in his house of pain, teams' seasons come to a screeching halt.

My brother is a Patriots fan, so by default I've seen every game of theirs this season (save for one) and the Patriots are easily the biggest challenge we have to getting a Super Bowl. Denver can't beat elite competition and Peyton packs it in come post season time. I realize Clark can't play in Denver, but I'd go to Denver 100 times out of a 100 instead of going to Gillette.

The title game will come down to us heading into Foxboro, though. Sadly.
I ain't askeert of no Patriots*.

The only way they have a shot is if they wear their throwbacks against us.


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Old 12-05-2012, 03:43 PM   #13
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The only way they have a shot is if they wear their throwbacks against us.
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:45 PM   #14
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I ain't askeert of no Patriots*.
If they had to come into Heinz, they'd get rolled over. For whatever reason, we don't ever do well in Gillette - it's the bane of the Steelers. That fact alone is why I'd be a little antsy to play them in their house , though I'd never tell my brother that.

The way you feel against the Patriots is how I feel against Houston. I'm not afraid of Matt Schaub and that mediocre - average at best - secondary. I feel like we'd do well against Houston and Denver this time around. The way our defense has been playing, Peyton and his noodle arm wouldn't do the same damage as they did week 1.

The only team that makes me nervous in the post season is New England - especially if Ike is out for any substantial amount of time.
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:49 PM   #15
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Constipation competition??wtf
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:54 PM   #16
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The title game will come down to us heading into Foxboro, though. Sadly.
Sadly? Fuck THAT. We owe those fuckers not once, but TWICE for what they did to us in our house! If it comes to it, time to return the favor!

Also, thanks to the mods for allowing us to swear and stuff. I've been using it to my advantage lol.
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For whatever reason, we don't ever do well in Gillette - it's the bane of the Steelers.
It's called "videotaped footage". It wouldn't help them as much this time as they haven't played us this season and we have a new offense and improved secondary. Brady doesn't have William Gay, Bryant McFadden, and Anthony Smith to torch in the secondary anymore.

I still ain't askeert.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:08 PM   #18
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Right now Denver.....
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:09 PM   #19
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I may be a selfish fan for saying so-- but I'd rather they go through Foxboro and bring that house down. I guess I should be wishing for the Steelers to get the easiest road to the SB (whcih would be who?), but I think it is high time the Steelers even the score.

Back in the day, we couldn't beat NE at all. But now, we have them figured out-- use Brady's own gameplan against him. Dink and dunk them to death, run the ball, keep Brady off the field, and play him phsycial when he is on the field.
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For me,

1. Houston 6/10
2. Baltimore 6.5/10
3. New England 8.5/10
4. Denver 7.25/10
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5. Indianapolis 2/10
6. Pittsburgh (with Ben 100%) 7/10
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7. Cincinnati 5/10
what i think will playing ei

1 Houston
2 Denver
3 New England
4. Ravens
5. Steelers
6. Colts

Houston Denver and New England are Well roudnded teams that would be very good competition, Colts will probably get knocked out in the first round a along with Ravens


AFC champoionship, its really up in the air. Depends on the Seeding in the play offs. Houston is all around a great team, they like hey could take it all
Denver just keeps getting better I give the a good chance to make it..
New England is on fire but they tend to run the score up even after the other team is dejected', so the blow outs don't impress me THAT much there are other teams that could do that but dont

Houston is scary, might be the most rounnded team team in football
New England is always a threat, but this year they they've better of a defense.

Denver is exactly what it should be a good D and future hall of fammer perhaps, serious AFC contendors.

Now here is where it gets trickey
Steelers are 4 If they are healthy.
Ravens
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