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  1. Let's be honest fellas. The bengals are winnin it all this year..


  2. Let's see what the Cincinatti Bengals do this post-season. They are playing the Houston Texans in an AFC Wild Card Game
    and that will not be easy. This is the second time that they have played them in the post-season in two years so this should
    be interesting for sure. I think they have a great quarterback and a great wide out in AJ Green just gotta watch the d
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by benmayro
    Four of those wins came against the jags and Titans
    Well they don't control what division they play in lol

  4. I'm not hating on Houston I just don't think they will win it all this year not with Matt Schaub at quarterback. Not going to happen.
    They need another QB to win it all. I don't think Houston can beat the PAtriots or the Denver Broncos at all I think they are struggling
    lately and will have a tough time putting away Cincy. I see them winning in the end 24-17.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by MuscleGauge1 View Post
    Yea they have a beastly team in Seattle but I'm not sure they can beat anyone in the playoffs. I'm not sure if Russell Wilson
    is the quarterback for them. He has all the ability but I'm not sure if he can handle the pressure that's going to be thrown at
    him in the playoffs. The playoffs is a totally different type of pressure. I think it definetely will depend on qB play
    Wilson has already proved himself under pressure. The Hawks started off slowly. The low point of the season was losing what should have been an easy win in Miami. They had to play in Chicago after that. The Bears who were 8-4 at the time. Wilson really ended up proving himself and they won out the rest of the season after that, including two blowouts on the road and beating the crap out of the 49ers.

    What I like about the Seahawks is that they play better as a complete​ team than anyone else in the NFL right now. All of us Seattle fans are still shaky about their play on the road, but I'd trust Wilson's confidence this weekend over the still somewhat ailing RGIII. I think the fact that Browner and Sherman will finally be back on the field together will give the team the confidence boost they need to win on the road.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by owlicks

    Wilson has already proved himself under pressure. The Hawks started off slowly. The low point of the season was losing what should have been an easy win in Miami. They had to play in Chicago after that. The Bears who were 8-4 at the time. Wilson really ended up proving himself and they won out the rest of the season after that, including two blowouts on the road and beating the crap out of the 49ers.

    What I like about the Seahawks is that they play better as a complete team than anyone else in the NFL right now. All of us Seattle fans are still shaky about their play on the road, but I'd trust Wilson's confidence this weekend over the still somewhat ailing RGIII. I think the fact that Browner and Sherman will finally be back on the field together will give the team the confidence boost they need to win on the road.
    They won't win it all simply because they have to win 3 road games to get there. Ain't happening. I love Seattle though. Tough as nails

  7. Quote Originally Posted by av6258 View Post

    They won't win it all simply because they have to win 3 road games to get there. Ain't happening. I love Seattle though. Tough as nails
    Might want to rethink that, both the steelers and the giants have both won a superbowls recently as 6 th seeds in the playoffs.


    Your better off with saying they wont win with a rookie qb. I don't think any team has won with a rookie qb.

  8. Baltimore. Ray lewis' last season, he fuggin wants it. Colts are going to be a breeze to run through, Andrew luck, rookie QB going up against a veteran D. No chance.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by PumpHouse View Post
    Baltimore. Ray lewis' last season, he fuggin wants it. Colts are going to be a breeze to run through, Andrew luck, rookie QB going up against a veteran D. No chance.
    The redskins beat them with a rookie qb
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  10. Without Lewis and not in the playoffs.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by rugger48

    Might want to rethink that, both the steelers and the giants have both won a superbowls recently as 6 th seeds in the playoffs.

    Your better off with saying they wont win with a rookie qb. I don't think any team has won with a rookie qb.
    A combo of both really. Giants and steelers got lucky, but your right, they had ben and Eli two vets. I like Russell Wilson but no superbowl win in year 1

  12. Green Bay and New England

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by av6258 View Post
    A combo of both really. Giants and steelers got lucky, but your right, they had ben and Eli two vets. I like Russell Wilson but no superbowl win in year 1
    they all get alucky.


    Superbowl is about the best playoff team that is peaking at the right time.

  14. I think one team that is peaking at the right time is the Colts. Andrew Luck might be the first quarterback to win the
    Rookie of the Year award and the MVP award in the same year. Never been done before. He led his Colts to an 11-5
    record and has them really playing good football right now. Im interested to see how they play the Ravens

  15. Quote Originally Posted by PumpHouse View Post
    Without Lewis and not in the playoffs.
    I agree with the latter, but not the former. Ravens are a good playoff team.Ray Lewis is now an average linebacker. He is the heart and soul of that team, but on the field he is a top 20 linebacker (considering olb and ilb)
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  16. Still a good defense works as a unit. And he's an integral cog.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by MuscleGauge1 View Post
    I think one team that is peaking at the right time is the Colts. Andrew Luck might be the first quarterback to win the
    Rookie of the Year award and the MVP award in the same year. Never been done before. He led his Colts to an 11-5
    record and has them really playing good football right now. Im interested to see how they play the Ravens
    18 Ints are not getting him MVP

  18. Quote Originally Posted by rugger48 View Post
    18 Ints are not getting him MVP
    Yeah, no Rookie of the Year either. RG III has more flash and Luck's numbers are much weaker than Wilson's. Luck's 76.5 passer rating and 54.1 completion percentage isn't going to win him any votes.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick
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  20. Okay so my New England Patriots have to play the Houston Texans again. I don't see this being a problem considering
    they killed the Texans 45-14 earlier in the year. I think that they have a great chance to make it to the superbowl
    again. They have Tom Brady who is probably the best qb this year along with star wrs and tes and a good rb.

  21. It's gonna be the Patriots offense vs. Texans defense thats for sure

  22. Quote Originally Posted by MuscleGauge1 View Post
    I think one team that is peaking at the right time is the Colts. Andrew Luck might be the first quarterback to win the
    Rookie of the Year award and the MVP award in the same year. Never been done before. He led his Colts to an 11-5
    record and has them really playing good football right now. Im interested to see how they play the Ravens
    This post couldn't be totally serious right? Rookie of the year = slight chance, MVP = no way in hell... I'm not trying to be rude or anything but i cant help but be curious if you are relatively new to watching the NFL?
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by rugger48 View Post

    they all get alucky.

    Superbowl is about the best playoff team that is peaking at the right time.
    You sir are correct.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by theniteman View Post
    This post couldn't be totally serious right? Rookie of the year = slight chance, MVP = no way in hell... I'm not trying to be rude or anything but i cant help but be curious if you are relatively new to watching the NFL?
    Yea I wasn't serious. I think that he is a great quarterback but no way could he win Most Valuable Player at all.
    I don't see that happening at all. I was just kidding bro dont worry and I have watched the NFL for years now.
    I am an avid fan of the New England Patriots and really love tom Brady and how he plays
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