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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Some teams are already in and nothing to play for....several can maneuver around or even be knocked out

    My predictions are

    AFC

    1) New England
    2) Baltimore
    3) Houston
    4) Denver
    5) Pittsburgh
    6) Oakland

    AFC Wild Card Games

    Oakland at Houston
    Pittsburgh at Denver

    NFC

    1) Green Bay
    2) San Francisco
    3) New Orleans
    4) Dallas (For once,Romo comes up big in an important game)
    5) Detroit
    6) Atlanta

    NFC Wild Card Games

    Atlanta at New Orleans
    Detroit at Dallas
  2. tatepatsfan

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    AFC:

    1. Pats
    2. Steelers
    3. Texans
    4. Broncos (I think they will lose to the Chiefs, but that the Raiders will also lose)
    5. Ravens
    6. Bengals

    NFC:

    1. Packers
    2. 49ers
    3. Saints
    4. Giants
    5. Lions
    6. Falcons

    Wildcard Round
    AFC: Bengals over Texans; Ravens over Broncos
    NFC: Saints over Falcons; Lions over Giants

    Divisional Round
    AFC: Pats over Bengals; no idea who to pick in Ravens v. Steelers round 3
    NFC: Saints over 49ers; Packers over Lions

    I'll stop there!
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    #12 Jersey

    I agree with this outcome.

    Just glad the Jets probably wont make it this year.
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    AFC:

    #1 Patriots
    #2 Steelers
    #3 Texans
    #4 Broncos
    #5 Ravens
    #6 Bengals

    Why: A good bengals team beats a ravens team -Boldin at home, causing the #2 and #5 to swap in the final week.

    NFC:

    #1 Packers
    #2 49ers
    #3 Saints
    #4 Giants
    #5 Lions
    #6 Falcons

    Why: I want to see Giants @ Packers in the divisional round.
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    Not sure the Giants would get by the Lions. Which would be ok, because Lions at Packers would likely be a pretty fun game.

    My picks:

    AFC
    1. NE
    2. Bal
    3. Hou
    4. Den
    5. Pit
    6. NYJ - yes, the strange mix of things they need will actually happen

    NFC
    1. GB
    2. SF
    3. NO
    4. NYG
    5. Det
    6. Atl

    NYJ beats Hou; Pit beats Den
    NO beats Atl; Det beats NYG
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    NYJ at NE
    Pit at Bal
    Det at GB
    NO at SF

    That's a pretty nice slate of divisional round games. This time of year in the NFL is just incredible.
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    1. Pats
    2.Steelers
    3. Texans
    4. Denver ( I guess)
    5. Ravens]
    6. Bengals

    NFC:

    1. Packers
    2. 49ers
    3.Saints
    4.Cowboys
    5.Lions
    6.Falcons

    I must say if the Falcons beat the Saints in the first round, you can look back to the last game as the reason why.
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    AFC:
    1. Patriots (13-3)
    2. Steelers (12-4)
    3. Texans (10-6)
    4. Broncos (8-8)
    5. Ravens (11-5)
    6. Bengals (10-6)

    NFC:
    1. Packers (14-2)
    2. 49ers (13-3)
    3. Saints (13-3)
    4. Giants (9-7)
    5. Lions (11-5)
    6. Falcons (10-6)

    Wild Card round:
    Bengals < Texans
    Ravens > Broncos
    Falcons < Saints
    Lions > Giants

    Divisional round:
    Ravens > Patriots
    Texans < Steelers
    Lions < Packers
    Saints < 49ers

    Conference Championships:
    Ravens < Steelers
    49ers < Packers

    Superb Owl:
    Steelers < Packers

    It's like last season all over again.
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    AFC:
    1. New England
    2. Baltimore
    3. Houston
    4. Denver
    5. Pittsburgh
    6. Tennessee

    Wild Card Round:
    Pittsburgh at Denver (NBC 8:00)
    Tennessee at Houston (CBS 1:00)

    Divisional Round:
    Tennessee at New England (dream scenario)
    Pittsburgh at Baltimore


    NFC
    1. Green Bay
    2. San Francisco
    3. New Orleans
    4. New York
    5. Detroit
    6. Atlanta

    Wild Card Round:
    Atlanta at New Orleans (NBC 4:30)
    Detroit at New York (Fox 4:15)

    Divisional Round:
    Detroit at Green Bay
    New Orleans at San Francisco
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    And why would that be?
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    The Falcons were very much upset about Brees throwing for the record when they were already getting blown out.
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    AFC

    1. Patriots
    2. Ravens
    3. Texans
    4. Broncos
    5. Steelers
    6. Raiders

    NFC

    1. Packers
    2. 49ers
    3. Saints
    4. Giants
    5. Falcons
    6. Lions

    AFC Wild Card

    Texans over Raiders; Steelers over Broncos

    NFC Wild Card

    Saints over Lions; Falcons over Giants

    AFC Divisional

    Patriots over Steelers; Ravens over Texans

    NFC Divisional

    Packers over Falcons; Saints over 49ers

    AFCCG

    Patriots over Ravens

    NFCCG

    Saints over Packers

    Superbowl XLVI

    Patriots over Saints :rocker:
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    AFC

    1) New England
    2) Pittsburgh
    3) Houston
    4) Denver
    5) Baltimore
    6) Cincinnati

    NFC

    1) Green Bay
    2) San Francisco
    3) New Orleans
    4) New York
    5) Detroit
    6) Atlanta
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    Hmmmmm.......Everyone but me is ruling out the Cowboys against the Giants

    I think the Giants were so pumped up with that win over the loudmouth Jets that they may come out flat on Sunday,despite the importance.

    Romo is WAY overdue to win an important game and the Giants mediocre secondary will be busy covering Bryant.
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    I think the Giants will win even if Romo's hand is ok but it wouldn't surprise me if he doesn't finish the game. He is a scrambler.. and if he lands ackwardly on his almost broken hand even once, I think he's out.
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    Jon Kitna has been one of my favorite backup QBs in the league for a while now,I think he would manage well if Romo can't play the whole game.
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    This is about I what am thinking for the AFC. I am "hoping" that Bengals at 6 will knock off Houston, so we get them in divisional.
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    AFC

    1) Patriots
    2) Steelers
    3) Houston
    4) Oakland
    5) Baltimore
    6) Tennesse

    Wild Card
    Tennesse loses to Oakland
    Baltimore loses to Houston

    NFC

    1) Green Bay
    2) San Francisco
    3) New Orleans
    4) Dallas
    5) Detroit
    6) Atlanta

    Wild Card

    Atlanta loses to Dallas
    Detroit loses to New Orleans
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    It's impossible for the Steelers to win the division and the Bengals to miss the playoffs at the same time, so your prediction is automatically wrong :bricks:
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