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Wild card predictions please.

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Baltimore is very good at M&T Stadium but not unbeatable.

I truly believe Luck will have success and should put up some points as the Raven's defense is not that good. I see them play every Sunday because of where I live. My concern is the Flacco and Ray Rice have good games. Rice is a good RB and score from anywhere on the field, he is going to be a hand full to say the least. I think the game plan will be shut down Rice, and make Flacco beat the Colts. Flacco has had stellar games and flops all season so lets hope for a flop this Sunday.

 

Rice 75 yds TD

Flacco 250 yds TD

2 Field Goals

1 defense or kick return TD

 

27 points

 

Ballard  65 yds

Luck 300 yds 3 TDs

3 Field Goals

 

30 points

 

There is your score  30-27

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Bengals over the Texans

Colts over the Ravens

Redskins over the Seahawks

Packers over the Vikings

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Bengals over the Texans

Colts over the Ravens

Redskins over the Seahawks

Packers over the Vikings

agree with your picks

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Bengals, Ravens, Seahawks, Packers would be my objective predictions.

 

Texans, Colts, Seahawks, Packers would be my subjective predictions (because I want AFC South to do well besides my Colts too). :)

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What a kick in the face it will be if the Colts move on in the playoffs, and the Texans lose to the Bengals. LOL  I'm just sayin'.........

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My Prediction: Winner of the Seahawks vs Redskins Game will be the deciding factor for Rookie of the Year

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Texans over Bengals

Colts over Ravens

Seahawks over Redskins

Packers over Vikings

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My Prediction: Winner of the Seahawks vs Redskins Game will be the deciding factor for Rookie of the Year

The awards are regular season only. The votes have probably already been cast.

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The awards are regular season only. The votes have probably already been cast.

Really? Hmmm. Nevermind then

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i'm hoping we meet the texans in afc championship game

I'm hoping we meet the Bengals in the AFC championship game...

Then it would be in Indy...

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No way Redskins beat Seahawks.

 

I think the Bengals upset Texans also.

 

Packers over Vikings.

 

Colts beat Ravens.

 

Caldwell has same exact look at beginning of game as well as the end of the game.

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Texans VS Bengals ---> 30 - 24

Ravens VS Colts ---> 17 - 31

Redskins VS Seahawks ---> 21 - 45

Packers VS Vikings ---> 35 - 33

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Texans

Packers

Colts

Redskins

 

I like all the dogs though, should I happen upon a legal betting establishment.  I'd take the points in every game. 

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Texans' fan here.

 

Colts

Texans

Packers

Seahawks

 

Would love to see a Colts-Texans AFC championship game.  With the way we've been playing, though, I'm a little more confident in the Colts than the Texans.  Good luck this weekend.

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