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Ravens beating Pitt

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Pittsburgh is done. I really don't want them in the playoffs this year, the Bengals are a young team of hope and promise.

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To add onto that they also hold the tie breaker against cin and pitt because of conference record but that might change if they lose to the texans and chiefs

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Batch just hit the CBS/NFL Films sound guy on an overthrow of an wide open receiver for a td

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If Pitt and Cincy lose that 6th seed is going to be up for grabs

I mean pitt will still hold it but then all the 5-7 teams will have a shot

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If Pitt and Cincy lose that 6th seed is going to be up for grabs

I mean pitt will still hold it but then all the 5-7 teams will have a shot

very true and it would almost ensure a spot for the Colts

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I am starting to become convinced that Baltimore is the luckiest of the "contenders" in the league this year.

Oh my God.

I feel like they should already have a few more losses but they don't.

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i dont think SD will make the playoff if the win or not this week bc i more than likely it be between steeler or cindy so we want SD to win

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Flacco has absolutely zero pocket awareness.

This just re-assures the opinions floating around about Baltimore being an average team this year. They still are having trouble stopping the run. Just think last week, the BROWNS, the freaking BROWNS of all teams forced 8 turnovers on this Steelers team!

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Flacco has absolutely zero pocket awareness.

This just re-assures the opinions floating around about Baltimore being an average team this year. They still are having trouble stopping the run. Just think last week, the BROWNS, the freaking BROWNS of all teams forced 8 turnovers on this Steelers team!

have to agree & this was Flacco at home where he is supposed to be good

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Good job by the Steelers. I really felt they deserved this win and Baltimore's luck needed to run out.

I know we are supposed to root against them but with todays win the Colts are taking care of business......

We are still one up with two winnable games left in TN/KC and two tough ones in Houston.

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And just like that cheers arise all over the Patriots forums. ;) Yes they want that bye week.

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i dont think SD will make the playoff if the win or not this week bc i more than likely it be between steeler or cindy so we want SD to win

Pitt can also beat cincy and has once too already so one will have to have another loss

we will beat Titans next week too

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Gotta hand it to Batch, I'm sure he busted his butt this week and it paid off.

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Gotta hand it to Batch, I'm sure he busted his butt this week and it paid off.

Great comback from last weeks miscues YES

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Well I am not really HAPPY Baltimore lost but after last weekend I felt they deserved a loss soon since I am rarely impressed with them this year.

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Of course Rivers throws a IT on 4th down to ensure a loss I imagine to cincy

Rivers 11th turnovers in 4th qrtr or OT , incredible

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Now the bye week door starts to open more for Brady/Manning. :)

It's gonna be a fun ride to see who gets seeded where!

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Now the bye week door starts to open more for Brady/Manning. :)

It's gonna be a fun ride to see who gets seeded where!

Yep. Pats vs Texans is not going to be as easy as we think it might be for the Pats.

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Yep. Pats vs Texans is not going to be as easy as we think it might be for the Pats.

I never thought it would be easy lol. But, I am excited to see it. :banana: Should be a great game. :yes:

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i dont think SD will make the playoff if the win or not this week bc i more than likely it be between steeler or cindy so we want SD to win

Pitt can also beat cincy and has once too already so one will have to have another loss

we will beat Titans next week too

Pit & Cincy against each other is there hardest game left save for Cinnci Vs Ravens but who knows what ravens show up in last week of year but will be playing in cincy , right now we have good lead for 5th spot

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I never thought it would be easy lol. But, I am excited to see it. :banana: Should be a great game. :yes:

The thing with the Texans is when they are rested, they play real good. This Sunday following the thanksgiving game, and the Pats game is on a MNF game, so extra day will help a good defense more, IMO. Offense is more rhythm, defense is more attrition.

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Now the bye week door starts to open more for Brady/Manning. :)

It's gonna be a fun ride to see who gets seeded where!

Truer words never spoken and I think we colts can beat texans, they are fickle, not saying will but just saying u never know, but to do it twice would be a major leque difficulty or coup

What am I most amazed by today

Mathis gets only his first IT, hes such a strip sack specialist I just assumed over his career he had 1

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The thing with the Texans is when they are rested, they play real good. This Sunday following the thanksgiving game, and the Pats game is on a MNF game, so extra day will help a good defense more, IMO. Offense is more rhythm, defense is more attrition.

when Andre Johnson is on hes the best

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Have a good night all

Congrats again to Colts on an already unbelievable season

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