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  1. Keegs

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    AFC East: Patriots
    AFC West: Kansas City
    AFC North: Pittsburgh
    AFC South: Indy
    Wildcards: Jacksonville, Denver

    NFC East: Dallas
    NFC West: Arizona
    NFC North: Chicago
    NFC South: Carolina
    Wildcards: Phily, Seatle

    AFC championship: Pats over Kansas City
    NFC championship: Carolina over Dallas

    PATS OVER CAROLINA; Mahoney rushes for 150 yards and 2 tds and is crowned SB mvp as a rookie.
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    AFCE: New England
    AFCN: Cincinnati
    AFCS: Jacksonville
    AFCW: Denver
    Wildcards: Indianapolis, Pittsburgh

    NFCE: Dallas
    NFCN: Chicago
    NFCS: Carolina
    NFCW: Seattle
    Wildcards: Philadelphia, Atlanta

    AFC Title: NE over Cincinnati
    NFC Title: Dallas over Carolina

    SB41: NE over Dallas.
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    AFC East: Pats
    AFC West: KC
    AFC North: Pitt
    AFC South: Indy
    Wildcards: Cincy, Miami (don't like Miami a whole lot more than other contenders - Denver, Ravens if the get McNair - but the AFC East schedule this year is a joke.)

    NFC East: Redskins
    NFC South: Tampa Bay
    NFC North: Packers
    NFC West: Seattle
    Wildcards: Arizona, Dallas


    SB: Pitt over Redskins
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    AFC:
    East: New England-Miami takes a step back and Pats walk to the division.
    North: Pittsburgh-Palmer's injury costs Cincy too much.
    South: Jacksonville-Loss of Edge hurts Colts, Jax takes advantage.
    West: Denver-With SD falling back a bit, KC is the biggest challenger here.
    Wild Cards: Colts (Peyton still puts up great #'s and gets into playoffs), Cleveland (Romeo sneaks in).

    Playoffs:
    Wild Card:
    Colts over Denver
    Jacksonville over Cleveland

    Divisional:
    Pats over Colts
    Jacksonville over Pittsburgh

    AFC Championship:
    Pats over Jacksonville

    NFC:
    East: Dallas-Toughest/most balanced division in football, all four teams will compete for division title.
    North: Minnesotta-Sometimes trading a star (or two) is better for a team.
    South: Carolina-They add D. Williams and some wr help to compliment Smith puts them ahead of the rest of the division.
    West: Seattle-Arizona will be like the 93 Pats, a year away but will make some noise.
    Wild Cards: New York (might be the best wild card team in the NFC in sometime), Chicago (just enough offense to get by.)

    Playoffs:
    Wild Card:
    New York over Minnesotta
    Chicago over Seattle

    Divisional:
    Carolina over Chicago
    New York over Dallas

    NFC Championship:
    New York over Carolina

    Super Bowl:
    New England 34 New York 10
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    Afc
    East - Pats
    South - Colts
    Central - Baltimore (Pitt isn't that good)
    West - Denver
    Wild Card - Pitt, Cleveland

    Nfc
    East - Philly
    North - Green Bay (This Division Sucks)
    West - Seattle
    South - Carolina
    Wild Card - Atlanta, Tampa Bay

    AFC Colts over Denver
    NFC Carolina over Tampa Bay

    SB - Colts 38 Carolina 21
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    AFC East: Pats (BUF and NYJ stink it up, MIA regresses to 8-8)
    AFC North: PIT (CIN close behind, CLE and BAL stink it up)
    AFC South: IND (JAX regresses to 9-7ish, HOU and TEN stink it up)
    AFC West: DEN (KC not far behind, SD and OAK stink it up)
    Wild Cards: CIN and KC

    AFC Wild Card Weekend

    (6) KC at (3) PIT. Winner--PIT
    (5) CIN at (4) DEN Winner--DEN

    AFC Divisional Round

    (4) DEN at (1) NE. Winner--NE (sweet, sweet revenge)
    (3) PIT at (2) IND. Winner--PIT in the upset

    AFC Championship: NE over PIT

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    NFC East: DAL (PHI not far behind, NYG/WAS regress)
    NFC North: MIN (CHI regresses, GB and DET stink it up)
    NFC South: CAR (rest of division stinks or regresses)
    NFC West: SEA (ARI improves, rest don't make it)
    Wild Cards: ARI and PHI

    NFC Wild Card Weekend

    (6) ARI at (3) DAL: Winner DAL
    (5) PHI at (4) MIN: Winner PHI

    NFC Divisional Round

    (5) PHI at (1) SEA: Winner PHI
    (3) DAL at (2) CAR: Winner CAR

    NFC Championship

    (5) PHI at (2) CAR: Winner CAR

    Super Bowl

    Pats cover the spread to beat CAR easily
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    AFC East: Patriots
    AFC West: Denver
    AFC North: Pittsburgh
    AFC South: Indy
    Wildcards: Miami, KC

    NFC East: NYG
    NFC West: Seattle
    NFC North: Chicago
    NFC South: Carolina
    Wildcards: Washington, Philly

    AFC championship: Denver over Pittsburgh
    NFC championship: NYG over Carolina

    SB: Denver over New York Giants
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    AFCE - Pats in a walk
    AFCN - Pit, Cleveland finishes 2nd. Cincy falls off as Palmer won't be 100% until the 2007 season at the earliest.
    AFCS - Indy win total drops to 10-11 so they only win the division by 4 games.
    AFCW - KC surprises and wins the only close division

    WC - Denver and Miami

    NFCE - Dallas over the Giants. Skins once again win March, lose Dec.
    NFCN - Minnesota - boy is that a pathetic division
    NFCS - Atlanta continues their good season/bad season/good season trend
    NFCW - Rams because the SB loser always tanks the next year

    WC - Giants and Carolina

    Pats over Carolina in SB
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    #24 Jersey

    AFCE: Pats 14-2; home field advantage
    AFCN: Steelers 12-4; 1st round bye
    AFCS: Colts 11-5; edge out JAX in last weekend
    AFCW: Chiefs 11-5; win division with late surge
    wildcard: Broncos 11-5; lose conference record tiebreaker to KC
    wildcard: Jags 10-6; edge out Miami for last spot

    AFC championship: Pats over Steelers; for 3rd time in 6 years

    NFCE: Redskins 11-5; 1st round bye
    NFCN: Vikings 8-8; in a perfect world, 0 playoff teams from this one
    NFCS: Panthers 12-4; home field advantage
    NFCW: Cards 9-7; James, Pope enough to push them over the top
    wildcard: Giants 10-6; NFC's most complete team faces brutal schedule
    wildcard: Cowboys 10-6; will be leagues most explosive/inconsistant team

    NFC championship: Giants over Cowboys; battle of wild cards

    Super Bowl XLI: Pats over Giants in a blowout
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    AFC
    East- Pats
    North - Bengals
    South - Colts
    West - Chargers
    Wild Cards - Steelers, Chiefs

    NFC
    East-Cowboys
    North-Bears
    South-Carolina
    West-Cardinals
    Wild Cards-Giants, Falcons

    Wild card round:
    Colts(3) over Chiefs(6)
    Steelers(5) over Chargers(4)

    Giants(5) over Cardinals(4)
    Bears(3) over Falcons (6)

    Divisional round:
    Pats(1) over Steelers(5)
    Colts(3) over Bengals(2)

    Giants(5) over Carolina(1)
    Cowboys(2) over Bears(3)

    Championship games:
    Pats over Colts
    Giants over Cowboys

    Super Bowl:

    Pats 27, Giants 21
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    AFC East: Pats 14-2, Dolphins 8-8, Jets 6-10, Bills 6-10
    AFC South: Jaguars 12-4, Colts 11-5*, Titans 7-9, Texans 5-11
    AFC North: Steelers 13-3, Bengals 11-5*, Ravens 10-6 (with Boller), Browns 8-8
    AFC West: Chiefs 14-2, San Diego 10-6, Broncos 8-8, Raiders 4-12

    AFC Playoff Contenders: Chiefs (HFA, bye), Pats (bye), Steelers, Jags, Bengals (WC), Colts (WC)

    NFC East: Redskins 12-4, Eagles 11-5, Giants 9-7, Cowboys 6-10
    NFC South: Panthers 12-4, Buccaneers 11-5, Falcons 8-8, Saints 6-10
    NFC North: Bears 10-6, Lions 7-9, Vikings 6-10, Packers 3-13
    NFC West: Seahawks 11-5, 49ers 9-7, Cardinals 7-9, Rams 4-12

    NFC Playoff Contenders: Panthers (HFA, bye), Redskins (bye), Seahawks, Bears, Buccaneers (WC), Eagles (WC)

    Wildcard:
    Steelers 31, Colts 6
    Bengals 27, Jags 20
    Seahawks 14, Eagles 13
    Buccaneers 27, Bears 17

    Divisional:
    Bengals 31, Chiefs 28
    Pats 26, Steelers 17
    Buccaneers 33, Panthers 24
    Redskins 19, Seahawks 17

    Championships:
    AFC - Pats 20, Bengals 14
    NFC - Redskins 21, Buccaneers 6

    Super Bowl:
    Pats 31, Redskins 17
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    Who the he11 is Mohoney?
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    Hey Kool-Aid!

    Mahoney is Maroney. I think some guys here are starting to man-love him a little too much (Ma honey?)

    Maroney's also next year's story, in terms of the featured back, UNLESS Dillon is clearly permanently damaged. He'll get the spot duty this year, barring lasting injury (or new injury) to CD. Bear in mind, Maroney has a ton of potential and we all want to see what he's got. Dillon has an NFL career behind him, and is two years removed from a 1600 yard season in which his clock killing powers were key to a super bowl appearance and victory.

    He's still here guys... and that's a nice problem to have.

    PFnV
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    As of today my picks are...

    AFC Division winners:
    Pats
    Dolts
    Cinci
    Denver

    Wild Cards: KC & Pittsburgh

    NFC Division Winners:
    Seattle
    Carolina
    Chicago
    Giants

    Wild Cards: Dallas & TB

    Super Bowl 41: Pats beat Carolina 31-30.
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    My preliminary shot:
    AFC
    East: Pats dominate
    North: Ravens get McNair
    WC: Steelers down year but Roethlesberger carries them
    South: Jags ready for next step
    West: Chiefs defense improves, Herm prepares for playoff choke
    WC: Raiders rejuvenated by Art Shell, A. Brooks and tougher defense

    Additional Notes: Miami takes step back, Indy has no James and no defense, Palmer done for year, Shanny pops a vein, Rivers not ready.

    NFC
    East: Giants on year 3 of Coughlin plan
    North: Chicago toughest team in division, with QB situation improved
    South: Bucs blossom behind Sims and Cadillac
    WC: Carolina always solid
    WC: Atlanta- blew the playoffs in '05 on defense, not because of Vick.
    West: Seahawks head and shoulders above the rest

    Additional Notes: Bledsoe and Brunell both go down, Dallas and Wash screwed. McNabb can't handle tougher NFC East defenses, Arizona and NO on the rise but fall short.
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  16. Keegs

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    Mohoney is some player on another team. MAHONEY is our first round draft pick. How soon you forgot..................................
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    Maroney.

    Just think of the angel Moroni, of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) fame, and spell it different.

    Maroney. Maroney. Maroney.

    Learn it now. You'll be hearing it for a few years.

    PFnV
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