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    (1) Dallas Cowboys --- BYE
    (2) Green Bay Packers --- BYE
    (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. (6) New York Giants
    (4) Seattle Seahawks vs. (5) Minnesota Vikings

    (1) New England Patriots --- BYE
    (2) Indianapolis Colts --- BYE
    (3) San Diego Chargers vs. (6) Cleveland Browns
    (4) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. (5) Jacksonville Jaguars

    (1) Dallas vs. (4) Seattle
    (2) Green Bay (3) Tampa Bay

    (1) New Engalnd vs. (6) Cleveland
    (2) Indianapolis vs. (4) Pittsburgh

    (1) Dallas vs. (2) Green Bay
    (2) Indianapolis vs. (6) Cleveland

    Super Bowl
    (2) Indianapolis 31 vs. (1) Dallas 24
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  • #2
    WOW you think the Browns beat the Pats?

    Bold pick man, I like it.
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    • #3
      2002: Tampa Bay goes 12-4. Best record in the NFL.
      2003: Tampa wins the Superbowl.

      2003: Pats win 14 games.
      2004: Pats win Superbowl

      2004: Pats win win 14 games.
      2005: Pats win Superbowl

      2005: Steelers go 15-1 only to lose in the playoffs.
      2006: Next year they win the Superbowl.

      2006: Indy goes 14-2 but loses to 6th seed Pittsburgh. 2007: Indy wins the Superbowl

      2007: Chargers go 14-2 but give the game away to NE.
      2008: ???

      If a team puts up the best regular season one year they have a great shot at winning the Superbowl next year? Maybe it's a coincidence. No one expected the Steelers to do it, and lots of people expected the Colts to get run over again by New England. The Chargers shouldn't be taken lightly.

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      • #4
        That being said. I think the Chargers would beat the Browns, but I also think the Chargers and Steelers will win their next two regular season games. Which gives them the same record. Since the Steelers are 5-0, (6-0 in the division after the beat Baltimore) they would have the three seed and face the Browns. Like their last two meetings I think Pittsburgh would handle the Browns especially because the Steelers have playoff experience.

        NFC
        (1) Dallas Cowboys --- BYE
        (2) Green Bay Packers --- BYE
        (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. (6) New York Giants
        (4) Seattle Seahawks vs. (5) Minnesota Vikings

        AFC
        (1) New England Patriots --- BYE
        (2) Indianapolis Colts --- BYE
        (3) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. (6) Cleveland Browns
        (4) San Diego Chargers vs. (5) Jacksonville Jaguars

        NFC

        (1) Dallas vs. (4) Seattle
        (2) Green Bay (3) Tampa Bay

        AFC
        (1) New England vs. (3) Pittsburgh
        (2) Indianapolis vs. (4) Chargers

        Title Games
        (1) Dallas vs. (2) Green Bay
        (1) New England vs. (2) Indianapolis

        Super Bowl
        (2) Indianapolis 42 vs. (1) Dallas 30

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        • #5
          NFC
          (1) Dallas Cowboys --- BYE
          (2) Green Bay Packers --- BYE
          (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. (6) New Orleans Saints
          (4) Seattle Seahawks vs. (5) Minnesota Vikings

          AFC
          (1) New England Patriots --- BYE
          (2) Indianapolis Colts --- BYE
          (3) San Diego Chargers vs. (6) Cleveland Browns
          (4) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. (5) Jacksonville Jaguars

          NFC
          (1) Dallas vs. (5) Minnesota
          (2) Green Bay (3) Tampa Bay

          AFC
          (1) New England vs. (5) Jacksonville
          (2) Indianapolis vs. (3) Chargers

          Title Games
          (1) Dallas vs. (2) Green Bay
          (1) Indianapolis vs. (5) Jacksonville

          Super Bowl
          (5) Jacksonville 21 vs. (2) Green Bay 24
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          • #6
            I would love to see that Pats go down. they can go 16-0 and lose 2nd rd (their first game) and that's fine by me. Not sure if anyone but Indy can do it but What about Green Bay winning this year so Favre can finally retire? Anyone?
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            • #7
              what makes you think favre would retire

              I like the best record the previous year wins superbowl next year, but I think that probably gets thrown out when you rehaul the coaching staff, (that wasn't gruden's first year there was it?) if so then i'll revise, doesn't apply when you rehaul the coaching staff with norv turner as head coach.


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              Anyway how its going to be:

              NFC
              (1) Dallas Cowboys --- BYE
              (2) Green Bay Packers --- BYE
              (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. (6) Minnesota Vikings
              (4) Seattle Seahawks vs. (5) New York Giants

              AFC
              (1) New England Patriots --- BYE
              (2) Indianapolis Colts --- BYE
              (3) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. (6) Cleveland Browns
              (4) San Diego Chargers vs. (5) Jacksonville Jaguars

              NFC
              (1) Dallas vs. (4) Seattle
              (2) Green Bay (3) Tampa Bay

              AFC
              (1) New England vs. (6) Browns
              (2) Indianapolis vs. (5) Jags

              Title Games
              (1) Dallas vs. (2) Green Bay
              (1) New England vs. (2) Jags (3 times a charm)

              Superbowl
              Green Bay vs. New England

              Favre returns for another 5 years

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              • #8
                Who wins the Super Bowl?
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                • #9
                  If Bret Favre is in the super bowl I will be forced not to watch television for two weeks. There is no way I am dealing with the ass kissing that will take place.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by EL Guapo View Post
                    If Bret Favre is in the super bowl I will be forced not to watch television for two weeks. There is no way I am dealing with the ass kissing that will take place.
                    It will be very painful that is for sure...but whether it is Favre or Romo/T.O. I think it will get very old fast.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Matt McGuire View Post
                      It will be very painful that is for sure...but whether it is Favre or Romo/T.O. I think it will get very old fast.
                      Yea well if its Romo then at least we get to watch Jessica Simpson alot.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vbsiena24 View Post
                        Yea well if its Romo then at least we get to watch Jessica Simpson alot.
                        good point
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                        • #13
                          greenbay wins it,

                          i still think NE's defense is suspect

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                          • #14
                            I like the Giants chances if they were to go on the road to Tampa, mind you they need to make it first.

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                            • #15
                              lol Bucs would CRUSH the Giants, i mean ABSOLUTELY CRUSH THE GIANTS
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