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Rivers and San Diego are proving tonight why they are a elite team , and we should not be so anxious to face them. Tenn is proving what a fraud team they are as well...
Yep, lots of proving going on. Getting through the AFC could be a pyrrhic victory this year.
Drink like a beast.
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Good, at least the Pats know they can't be the # 2 Seed now and can rest half the team next week if the Pats can win on Sunday (since Week 17 will be fairly meaningless).
- Clinch the AFC East title on Sunday
- Rest Brady, Wilfork, Warren, and others in Week 17 and take the #4 Seed
- Win home game in the 1st Round (against Ravens?? - won't be a gimme but at least it's in NE.)
By then hopefully their offense is clicking and the team is healthy. If that is the case, I'd give them a 50/50 shot of upsetting the Colts.
Last edited by GroganCountry; 12-25-2009 at 09:00 PM..
I was hoping for a better showing from the Flaming Thumbtacks, but, alas, they collapsed in a biblical fashion. However, SD's 42 points weren't quite as impressive to watch as they sound. Tennessee seemed able to move the ball pretty easily on the Chargers, and as much as they scored, the victory belongs almost equally to the Titans. Tennessee did a great impression of Buffalo, giving up easy picks and fumbles and killing themselves with penalties.
Had the Titans had better discipline, eliminating most or all of those penalties, and not turned over the ball as they did, I believe it very likely that they could have beaten SD. When Tennessee didn't incur flags, they had some VERY solid drives against the Chargers, and proved that SD has problems stopping the run.