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who do you think will win superbowl?

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 Falcons beat Pats 31-28. If Atlanta gets homefield, and it looks like they may have already, they are tough at home and a good well rounded team.

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Denver over Atlanta

 

Peyton gets revenge for the early season loss.

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Packers, Falcons, Broncos, Patriots, Seahawks would be my top 5 teams that can win it.

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Colts duh

 

Colts beating the Redskins would be epic. :thmup:

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Colts beating the Redskins would be epic. :thmup:

I wouldn't want that cuz then it's like "oh now rookie qbs can make the super bowl. it must be easy". I would much rather yhr super bowl be Colts-Packers with us beating the Pack again, of course :)

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Denver.   They are the most complete team in the AFC.  I think Kaepernick will ultimately kill the 49ers.  Seattle is playing well but too inconsistent.

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Patriots. i Think the NFC will be a toss up if Wilson and RG3 both get in. Seattle has a very good secondary.

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Denver.   They are the most complete team in the AFC.  I think Kaepernick will ultimately kill the 49ers.  Seattle is playing well but too inconsistent.

seahawks been very hot last three games if that's not consistent I don't know what is

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Patriots. i Think the NFC will be a toss up if Wilson and RG3 both get in. Seattle has a very good secondary.

 

Wait...you think the Redskins or the Seahawks are the two most likely NFC SB teams? Maybe im confused here.

 

Seattle i could somewhat see but they wont be at home so even that I doubt.

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seahawks been very hot last three games if that's not consistent I don't know what is

 

Seattle beat up on two awful teams and is working a hung over 9ers team. I do think Seattle has the potential to make some noise but I dont see a SB.

 

Rookies in the playoffs usually show their inexperience at somepoint. Im not saying its impossible but a rookie in the SB is still highly unlikely. Even a good rookie like Wilson on a loaded team like the Seahawks.

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Us. Y not?

our oline and luck are playing so so right now if we going to win luck needs more completions

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Wait...you think the Redskins or the Seahawks are the two most likely NFC SB teams? Maybe im confused here.

 

Seattle i could somewhat see but they wont be at home so even that I doubt.

No just saying it's tougher to determine. because i think one of them will pull an upset if they end up not having to face each other in the WC. But if i HAD to choose i will say the Packers

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No just saying it's tougher to determine. because i think one of them will pull an upset if they end up not having to face each other in the WC. But if i HAD to choose i will say the Packers

 

Ahh. Gotcha.

 

Sorry wasnt try to come across as the thought police there.

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Ahh. Gotcha.

 

Sorry wasnt try to come across as the thought police there.

No worries. my G/F and best friend are Niner fans. so having to watch them every week Niners would have trouble with every team seeded right now other than Atlanta.  I take week one wins and losses with a grain of salt so i think G.B would come out on top if they met now.

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No worries. my G/F and best friend are Niner fans. so having to watch them every week Niners would have trouble with every team seeded right now other than Atlanta.  I take week one wins and losses with a grain of salt so i think G.B would come out on top if they met now.

 

I agree on the week 1 stuff. I expect GB to get to the NFC title game.

 

I do think the 9ers were just kind of flat though. Im not sure Kap is ready honestly as a passer to take them far but well see. I think he does have some talent but he is raw.

 

I do know Seattle is a loaded team talent wise. I still just dont trust rookie QBs in the playoffs. Until I see one actually tear it up, I wont buy into them in that situation. That includes Luck.

 

Now I know rookies have gotten to the NFCCG before (Big Ben, Sanchez and Flacco) but none of them really tore it up at all. They all pretty much rode the defense and running game but that wasnt really enough when they finally faced the elite teams. Maybe Wilson will be the first but im not buying it.

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I think Peyton is out for blood after everyone said he had the noodle arm. I also think with the way Denver is clicking, they have the best shot. Also a lot of the guys were on the team last year with Tebow.

It'd be cool to see the Colts win just for the story line, but I still love Manning and want to see him to another Super Bowl Ring. His time is less than Luck has. So torn!

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I think the Broncos will win it over either Atlanta or Green Bay...and i know i may sound crazy, but i think they are good enough and will only be better next year...could be the first team to repeat in a long time. BUT, that's just my opinion

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Seatle is looking dangerous right now

I might be inclined to agree with you IF they had home field through out, but they'rea little sketchy on the road.

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AFC

1.13-3 texans (bye)

2.13-3 broncos (bye)

3. pats 12-4

4. ravens 10-6

5. colts 10-6

6.bengals 10-6

wildcard round

pats over bengals 35-17

colts over ravens 24-17 , wins from 17-0 down at half time

divison round -

pats @ denver - denver win 31-27

colts @ texans-  colts win 24-21 av field goal comingfrom 21-0 at half time

AFC championship

the future meets the past bowl - denver win 42- 18

AFC representive

Denver Broncos

NFC

1. falcons - 14-2 (bye)

2. Green bay 12-4(bye)

3. 49ers 11-4-1

4. Redskins  10-6

5- seahawks 11-5 dont know how that works

6- bears 10-6

wildcard round

49ers over bears 31-15

seahawks over redskins 28- 26

divisional round

49ers @ green bay - gb win 28-21

seattle @ falcons - 21-14 seahawks

NFC championship

Seattle @GB- green bay get revenge - 31-18

NFC reprensentive

GB

Superbowl

Broncos defeat GB - 28-24

MVP- Peyton "sheriff Manning

his stats 32-40 3 Tds 386 yars 1 int

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It's between the Broncos and Pats in the AFC and Niners and Packers in the NFC. Although the NFC is much more open than the AFC, I could see any of those teams winning those games, whereas in the AFC, the Patriots and Broncos are on another level, and the Texans still have to prove to me there are among those two.

Since the Broncos would get the Pats at home, I think they will win and advance to the Superbowl in a classic. The NFC will be decided in the Packers/Niners game in the Divisional round, I really could see that one go either way. I hate to say this, but being at home I give the advantage to the Packers, so they will be my pick for the NFC Superbowl representative. In a Broncos/Packers Superbowl, I think the Broncos win, so they are my Superbowl pick. Although I could aslo see a Patriots/Niners Superbowl.

As long as I have someone to root for in the game. A Patriots/Packers Superbowl would be a worst case scenario in my opinion, I can't stand either team.

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Colts will go into the record book as having the first rookie QB to ever win the superbowl! Mark my words!

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After we beat Houston at home next week and the Patriots beat Miami....gaining themselves a 1st round bye....I'm going with New England out of the AFC.

 

In the NFC.....Atlanta gets turned back into a pumpkin at home in a conference title match-up against Green Bay.

 

My Super Bowl prediction....Brady and a healthy Gronkowski outlast the Packers....

 

 

New England 37

 

Green Bay 34

 

 

 

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