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  1. Digger44

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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs05/columns/story?columnist=smith_michael&id=2284356

    According to Michael Smith of ESPN Idiapolis has already won next weeks game against the Pitt. Read this:

    "When the Patriots play the Broncos, Denver usually gets the better of the matchup, having won three of the past four meetings, losing only a thriller with Danny Kanell at quarterback. And while New England has ended the Colts' season the past two years, there's a big difference between those Colts and this year's team -- specifically a defense, plus Indy will be at home this year. Based on Saturday night's uneven performance, if we had to rate New England's chances next week, we'd be inclined to say "no" to a win in Denver and "probably not" to a victory at Indianapolis.
    But the Patriots are a better team than the one that went to Denver and fell behind 28-6 and the one the Colts trounced at Gillette Stadium two months ago."

    This makes me sick. I hope Indi books their AFC champ game and SB hotels this week and Cowher posts this article on the lockers and the stealers girlie slap those morons. I hate the Stealers, but I hate media's beloved Colt's even more.
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    He wrote the article before today's Cincy-Pitt game when it was still not known where we'd be playing next week. He's not implying that the Patriots would definately be playing the Colts in the AFC Championship after they roll Pittsburgh. He was talking about how the Pats needed to play next week whether they were in Denver or Indy.
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