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Trent Dilfer on what will happen in the AFC East

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  1. SVN

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    FWIW which is nothing but anyway

    jets over bills
    pats over raiders
    SF over fins

    jets over seahawks
    AZ over pats
    fins over kc

    jets over fins
    pats over bils

    jets win division


    surprisingly i saw/read few people picking the pats to win the div like jim mora,terrell davis and even chris russo.
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    Are you sure????..... I think he said that the Seahawks would beat the Jets
    in week#15 because they would be playing for Holmgren.

    I laughed at the end because he said that the Jets would have 11 wins.
    If they lost to the Seahawks they would only have 10 wins.
    Maybe I got it wrong......
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    he said they will be playing for holmgren and agaist favre and favre will get done in the end.
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    Well this is all great to know.
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    I love my boy from Fresno State, but I think I'll watch the rest of the season to see what happens instead.
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    just say no to the empire state programming network.
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    Kurt Warner is not a very good cold weather quarterback from what I remember. Maybe I'm wrong.

    I think New England beats the Cards.

    I also think Miami loses one two SF or KC, and the Jets drop one at Seattle.
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    The Az. game worries me most, with our patchwork secondary and rest of our medical problems...

    As of today Warner is averaging 309 yards per game, 25 TD's and 12 Int. with a passer rating of 99.1.. that concerns me.
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    Well, with all this "playing for Holmgren and against Favre" blah blah blah floating around, it's at least as legit to say...

    Kurt Warner, with a chance to knock New England out of the playoffs, motivated? Yeah sounds just as reasonable to me.

    Long story short: Win out and you've got 11 wins. 11 wins, despite the scenarios right now, will get you in. Just win baby.

    PFnV
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    I kinda like that. :cool:
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    I guess we will just have to wait and see what play's out.
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    Has an 11 win team ever NOT made the playoffs???????
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    We have to beat the Cards. They will have nothing to play for, will be a west coast team playing a 1 pm east coast game, and a team not used to playing in frigid weather. We will probably have EVERYTHING to play for and playing in conditions that we are accustomed to. Cards are a good team but they're not the Steelers or Giants, if we deserve to be in the playoffs we will beat them.
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    Yes, according to some articles I've read, but not for a while. I can't remember who they said it was.
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    Dilfer is such a tool. He is definately a Pats hater. I can see the pats winning out, Jets losing in Seattle and maybe to the Fins. I see the fins losing to SF.
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    Yes, The Denver Broncos went 11-5 and off to the golf course in January
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    Of the 3 games, Arizona is the most troubling. My hope is we have snow and slop given Arizona's lack of running game and Warner's penchant for putting the ball on the ground.

    Despite its terrible record, Oakland can show up for games. It also can look like the NFL equivalent of the Bad News Bears. I'm hoping the team forgets the 2001 playoff loss and plays for the high draft pick.

    Buffalo is looking like a team despondent after blowing a 4-0 season start. What looked good in the beginning now looks pretty bad.
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    Remember that Oakland has had the three extra days to prepare (and heal up). Teams are 10-4 when getting that extra 3 days. I attribute that extra reats as the reason that Seattle jumped out early to the lead. Those were scripted plays that resulted in a quick score.

    Oakland will be sky high to play against Moss and Jordan, two former teammates. Don't you think they are licking their chops to play against Seau, Colvin, Wright, Wilhite and Lewis Sanders.
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    I was going to ask what year and then looked it up - 1985. Probably should have let them get spanked by that Bears team. Fortunately, the Patriots' record for worst beating in the big game was surrendered to the Donkeys four short years later.
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    I was kind of hoping the Patriots would parade into Oakland with a banner displaying the three recent championships, distracting Oakland with the fanfare to such an extent that it would not bother to spend too much time looking at the names on the roster and how those names have changed substantially from the opening bell. Or perhaps Oakland is cringing at the prospect of losing to a team comprised largely of back-ups and castoffs, which will throw them off their game.

    That, and the prospect of Randy Moss scoring 7 TDs that game himself just to stick it to Davis and Art Shell.

    In all seriousness, I would love to say any game will be easy at this point, but until some of the non-IR starters return, I would not anticipate a smooth road to the playoffs.
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