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  1. carolinatony

    carolinatony In the Starting Line-Up

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    I have to pick the Eagles
    N.O seem to have the best offense but I'm not sure about there defense.
    The Eagles seem to have found that "IT "and are on a roll.
    I don't like Chicago's offense at all.
     
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    I'd have to go with the Eagles or NO too.

    Chicago will lose in a game if Rex Grossman doesn't do anything and the defense fails to get enough turnovers - simply too much pressure on the defense to produce game in, game out.

    NO gave up 31 points to Carolina last week but I still they they have a great offense when Drew Brees is feeling it. The Eagles are just clicking right now, and have lots of momentum, so, as stated, either the Eagles or NO. If I had to go with just one team, New Orleans.
     
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    At this point, I think I'd go with the Washington Sentinels.
     
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    Eagles (1) and Saints (2), depending on how the Saints respond to being in the Playoffs. Remember that the Eagles have been in a lot of big games and this should give them an advantage. Also, I really like their more balanced offense with Garcia. I'm not a McNabb detractor, but I think they're a better team with Jeff.

    Agree re the Bears. I don't see how you can have that much uncertainty at QB and expect to make the big run. Trent Dilfer and Doug Williams weren't QB's for the ages, but they weren't as erractic as Rex.
     
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    I have told friends that the Eagles were my dark horse for Superbowl from the start and they didnt believe me. I said the same for the Ravens too. I can forsee the future.
     
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    It's dangerous to look past the Jets, but BB figured McNair out before and somehow I think he'll figure him out again this year.
     
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    What the heck, I'll go with the Saints as the sacrificial lamb, er, NFC champ.
     
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    #12 Jersey

    chicago bears as i want give them a due payback...
     
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    Eagles now that McNabb is out of their way. Not impressed with McNabb's career. This team has cranked it up on offense since Garcia took over. He's just as tough and makes better throws and brings a lot of experience.
     
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    McNabb took the Eagles to three NFC Conference Championship Games and the SuperBowl, a record that not many QB's can match, so count me as someone who is "impressed with McNabb's career." That said, McNabb is a QB who needs the offense to be built totally around him, whereas Garcia is more of a plug-and-play guy who exploits all the weapons around him better than Donovan. It pains me to say it, but the Eagles look better without McNabb than they have looked with him since SB XXXIX.
     
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    Bears. May as well start the Revenge Tour.
     
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    I like the Iggles, too. Ravens O-line is their Achilles Heel. Bears won't make it with Gross-man. Saints next year.
     

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