The people who think we have a better run to the Super Bowl need to get a clue. First, we play a Jacksonville team that we haven't seen in over 2 years. We might have a short week to prepare. Then, we most likely have to travel to Indy and face a shaky Indy team coming off a bye week and a few rest-the-starters games. I'll give that one to this case. But also remember the Pats will have to gain momentum as well, and facing Indy later when the Pats have built more momentum will help. Then, we have a sliver of a chance to host the AFC Championship game, and rather we would most likely have to go to Denver @ Mile High. Not fun. Or... We first play Pittsburgh, who we've knocked around over the past few years, especially in the playoffs. BB is 18-2 since 2001 facing a team for the second time in the same year, and the Steelers have the same starters as the week 3 matchup. A possible shorter week can be spent to less getting used to the opponent and more towards fine tuning things that we haven't done right. Then, we most likely go to Denver, coming off a bye, with an erratic Jake Plummer who hasn't played since before Christmas. Then, we have a twice as good of a chance to host the AFC Championship game, but if not, we most likely travel to Indy. That's going to be tough.