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  1. NoCal Patriot

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    One Manning knocked out last week and then the other goes out this week.
    The only downside is that they have more time to make their bad commercials.
    We must knock out Pittsburgh and Baltimore and then no one else can get to three titles in this decade.
    The Giants could not go back to back.The last team to do that was Our Patriots! Back to The Games!
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    Re: The Sun Is Shining On Patriots ' Fans

    why couldnt the sun shine a week or two earlier when we were still alive WTF
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    Re: The Sun Is Shining On Patriots ' Fans

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    "It is what it is."
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    It won't be shining if the Comcast Eagles make the Superbowl...

    Never thought I'd root for Arizona, but they look the least of all evils of the championship games.
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    I was really hoping the Giants, the clear favorites, would make it to the Superbowl and lose. The further you get into the playoffs, the more it hurts when you lose.
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    Yeah ... a fresh team is always good if the Patriots are out.:D
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    Re: The Sun Is Shining On Patriots ' Fans

    Not to mention how Pats fans could point out that their team beat the Super Bowl champion by 400.....or 40, whatever it was.
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    go arizone is all i ahve to say....
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    I guess they are the lesser of evils, but I just have a real hard time accepting that a 9-7 team we absolutely destroyed in week 17 is heading to the NFC championship game.
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    Well at least we move from #24 in the 1st round to #23. And the SD pick in round 2 will be near the middle of the round.
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    It sure felt like 400! :D

    All in all a pretty good day for the Pats.
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    i think the sun must have missed a spot. pittsburgh won today and they have a shot at a 6th lombardi.
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    I'm pulling for a Baltimore vs Arizona Superbowl. It'll be more than likely Pittsburgh vs Eagles with that logic.
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    I'll be rooting for Arizona against either AFC team. However-I'll be rooting for either AFC team against Philly.

    With that being said-Arizona's postseason run is the most admired of the 4, IMHO. They were coming off 2 blowout losses in Dec...heck, they were inconsistent all year in the worst division in all of football(they got lucky to beat the Niners and Hawks in Nov). Ken Wisenhunt has definitely made some nice adjustments in going from pass happy to emphasizing the run game. Interesting-maybe he was trying to save Edgerrin James for the playoffs, given his age? That's the impression I'm getting, and if true, it's paying off.
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    I'm rooting for Ravens vs Cardinals as well with a Cards win.

    F#@^&# the Steelers.
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    The only team out of all of them I can possibly root for would be the Cardinals.

    The Ravens might be okay if you removed McGahee and Ray Lewis.

    Those guys are irritating.
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    I don't think the Cards actually turned up at Foxborough. It was a set of cardboard cutouts.
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    One thing strikes me about all these playoff upsets;
    The primordial importance of a defence that hits real hard.
    Makes good offences look really ordinary.
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