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AFC

1.patriots

2.texans

3.broncos

4.ravens

5.colts

6.bengals

NFC

1.falcons

2.49ers

3.packers

4.cowboys(yes cowboys)

5.bears

6.seahawks

bengals vs broncos- could be a high scoring game and fun one to watch, but i dont think the bengals can keep up with this offense

colts vs ravens- this team has been the feel good story of the year, but sadly this is where it ends. ravens are more experienced and who knows how well our rookies will play against a defense like the ravens

seahawks vs packers- bad call rematch. this will be tough physical game and but the only way the seahawks will this game is if they can get to rodgers again im not sure they can.

bears vs cowboys- its all about the giants and redskins well im gonna give the boys some love. that team that wins are the ones you least expect watch out. as for the games no way romo will be able to handle this defense nor can the cowboys d handle the offense.

ravens vs patriots- they seem to always play each other in the playoffs and boy is it always a fun game. i have a feeling the ravens can finally get over the hump and get past the patriots.

broncos vs texans- the texans can do what is peyton's krypton and that is disrupt his timing. peyton for the last couple of years has had difficult beating the texans in houston and i think it continues.

bears vs falcons- offense vs defense, but can the falcons defense handle the bears offense. i dont think so.

packers vs 49ers- whether its kap or alex at this point regardless we know what this defense can do and the o-line has had trouble keeping rodgers upright.

ravens vs texans- ravens finally get to the promise land. i expect a tough physical and yet high scoring game and in the end the ravens get it done.

bears vs 49ers if your a fan of defensive games this is your type of game because it doesnt get much better. the bears o-line is doing a somewhat better job at protecting jay and that only means trouble. very close game, but the bears have a better offense

bears vs ravens- id love to watch this super bowl. this would an amazing game. two teams with offenses and defenses going at it.

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Not a bad prediction... i just think the Redskins on this streak sneak in.

While the AFC is almost decided, the NFC, more specifically, the NFC West and East, are wide open races. The Redskins are one game behind the Giants and they pretty much have the tie breakers sown up (head to head and divison record). In the West, the division is close between the 49ers and Seahawk. It is close enough for a team that once had the division to be left out.

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My predictions:

AFC

1. Texans

2. Broncos

3. Patriots

4. Ravens

5. Steelers

6. Bengals

(Colts get screwed on tie-breakers)

NFC

1. Falcons

2. 49ers

3. Bears

4. Giants

5. Seattle

6. Redskins

Wildcard Round:

Ravens vs Steelers: Steelers win

Patriots vs Bengals: Patriots win

Bears vs Redskins: Bears win

Giants vs Seahawks: Seahawks win

Divisional Round

Texans vs Steelers: Texans win

Broncos vs Patriots: Broncos win

Falcons vs Seahawks: Falcons win

49ers vs Bears: 49ers win

Conference Championships

Texans vs Broncos: Broncos win

49ers vs Falcons: 49ers win

SuperBowl

Broncos vs 49ers: Broncos win

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1.Texans

2.Patriots

3.Ravens

4.Broncos

5.Colts

6.Steelers

1.Falcons

2.Packers

3.49ers

4.Giants

5.Bears

6.Redskins (surprise pick)

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1.Texans

2.Patriots

3.Ravens

4.Broncos

5.Colts

6.Steelers

1.Falcons

2.Packers

3.49ers

4.Giants

5.Bears

6.Redskins (surprise pick)

WC-Colts-Broncos-(Colts have no O Line or Secondary)Broncos win

WC-Ravens-Steelers-Ravens win

Ravens vs Texans-Texans win

Broncos vs Pats-Pats win

Patriots go to SB

Falcons-BYE

Packers-BYE

WC-Giants vs Bears-Giants win

WC-Packers vs Redskins- Redskins win

Redskins vs Falcons-Redskins win

Giants vs 49ers-Giants win

Giants vs Redskins-Giants win

Giants vs Patriots SB-Patriots win

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Giants vs Patriots SB-Patriots win

why are you torturing us haha

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why are you torturing us haha

I could see the Broncos get in but I could also see the Colts squeaking by the Broncos , its wide open, who knows what will happen

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no way in heck the bears get to the super bowl. and the ravens defense isn't what it use to be

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1. Texans

2. Broncos

3. Patriots

4. Ravens

5. Colts

6. Bengals

1. Falcons

2. Packers

3. 49ers

4. Giants

5. Bears

6. Seahawks

Bengals at Patriots: Patriots

Colts at Ravens: Colts

Bears at Giants: Bears

Seahawks at 49ers: 49ers

Colts at Texans: Texans

Patriots at Broncos: Patriots

Bears at Falcons: Falcons

49ers at Packers: 49ers

49ers at Falcons: 49ers

Patriots at Texans: Texans

49ers at Texans: Texans

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AFC:

1. Texans

2. Patriots

3. Broncos

4. Steelers

5. Ravens

6. Colts

NFC:

1. Falcons

2. Packers

3. 49ers

4. Skins

5. Bears

6. Giants

Wildcard Round:

Colts @ Denver: Denver

Ravens @ Steelers: Steelers

Giants @ 49ers: 49ers

Bears @ Skins: Bears

Divisional Round:

Broncos @ Patriots: Broncos

Steelers @ Txans: Texans

Bears @ Falcons: Falcons

49ers @ Packers: Packers

Conference championships:

Broncos @ Texans: Broncos

Packers @ Falcons: Falcons

Superbowl:

Broncos @ Falcons: Broncos

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