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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #260 on: December 23, 2007, 04:25:16 PM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #261 on: December 23, 2007, 04:49:17 PM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Half Time:
Patriots 28 - 0 Dolphins (looking for perfect 15-0)!!  :)
Titans 7 - 6 Jets (Titans need to win to hace chances to clinch the last AFC play off place vs Browns)  :cool:
49ers 7 - 13 Buccaneers
Cardinals 24 -  14 Falcons
Seahawks 21 - 0 Ravens 
2:30 Redskins (7-7) at Vikings (8-6) last NFC playoff place!  :cool:

tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos at Chargers
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #262 on: December 23, 2007, 05:19:21 PM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Half Time:
Patriots 28 - 0 Dolphins (looking for perfect 15-0)!!  :)
Titans 7 - 6 Jets (Titans need to win to hace chances to clinch the last AFC play off place vs Browns)  :cool:
49ers 7 - 13 Buccaneers
Cardinals 24 -  14 Falcons
Seahawks 21 - 0 Ravens 
2:30 Redskins (7-7) at Vikings (8-6) last NFC playoff place!  :cool:

tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos at Chargers

If the Dolphins had any ideas of a upset they can forget about it.

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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #263 on: December 23, 2007, 06:20:16 PM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Half Time:
Patriots 28 - 0 Dolphins (looking for perfect 15-0)!!  :)
Titans 7 - 6 Jets (Titans need to win to hace chances to clinch the last AFC play off place vs Browns)  :cool:
49ers 7 - 13 Buccaneers
Cardinals 24 -  14 Falcons
Seahawks 21 - 0 Ravens 
2:30 Redskins (7-7) at Vikings (8-6) last NFC playoff place!  :cool:

tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos at Chargers

If the Dolphins had any ideas of a upset they can forget about it.

Finals:
Patriots 28 - 7 Dolphins (Patriots 15-0, last mach at NY Giants)!!  :)
Titans 10 - 6 Jets (last AFC play off place, Browns and Titans 9-6, last match Browns versus 49ers, Titans at Colts)  :cool:
Seahawks 27 - 6 Ravens
49ers 21 - 19 Buccaneers 
Cardinals 30 - 27 Falcons in OT!
 
2:15 Redskins (7-7) at Vikings (8-6) last NFC playoff place!  :cool:

Tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos at Chargers :cool:
« Last Edit: December 23, 2007, 06:32:43 PM by conchita »
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #264 on: December 23, 2007, 10:32:22 PM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Half Time:
Patriots 28 - 0 Dolphins (looking for perfect 15-0)!!  :)
Titans 7 - 6 Jets (Titans need to win to hace chances to clinch the last AFC play off place vs Browns)  :cool:
49ers 7 - 13 Buccaneers
Cardinals 24 -  14 Falcons
Seahawks 21 - 0 Ravens 
2:30 Redskins (7-7) at Vikings (8-6) last NFC playoff place!  :cool:

tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos at Chargers

If the Dolphins had any ideas of a upset they can forget about it.

Finals:
Patriots 28 - 7 Dolphins (Patriots 15-0, last mach at NY Giants)!!  :)
Titans 10 - 6 Jets (last AFC play off place, Browns and Titans 9-6, last match Browns versus 49ers, Titans at Colts)  :cool:
Seahawks 27 - 6 Ravens
49ers 21 - 19 Buccaneers 
Cardinals 30 - 27 Falcons in OT!
Vikings 21 - 32 Redskins (last NFC play off place, Vikings and Redskins 8-7, last match Vikings at Broncos, Redskins versus CoWboys)  :cool:

Tomorrow, Monday Night Football: 2:00 Broncos (6-8)at Chargers (9-5) :cool:

AFC Playoffs
1 -Patriots 15-0
2- Colts 13-2
3- Steelers 10-5
4- Chargers 9-5*
5- Jaguars 11-4
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6- Browns 9-6
7- Titans 9-6

NFC Playoffs
1- Cowboys 13-2
2- Packers 12-3
3- Seahawks 10-5
4- Buccanners 9-6
5- NY Giants 10-5
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6- Vikings 8-7
7- Redskins 8-7
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #265 on: December 24, 2007, 12:40:27 AM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Nah we're going to Gillette Stadium with an almost fully fit squad and we're going to show the Patriots you can go 16-0 but its doesn't necessarily give you a Superbowl title and that they're not taking the Colts title away  :)

I'd love to see New England have to take on Jacksonville in the Divisional playoff match because I believe there a team on a real hot streak and other than the Colts I don't think any team will beat the Patriots.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #266 on: December 24, 2007, 12:45:26 AM »
Tennessee Titans and Washington Redskins have put themselves both in the final playoff place going into the final week. A win for either gives them the final place but any slip ups and the Cleveland Browns could take the Titans place and Minnessota could take the Redskins place. Tennessee go to Indianapolis and Washington are at home to Dallas.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #267 on: December 24, 2007, 02:44:58 AM »
A Tennessee win or a Cleveland defeat next week and we have the amazing feat of 3 teams from the same Division all qualifying for the playoffs, as the AFC South will have Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee. I am really happy about this because when Skysports NFL team were discussing the toughest Division at the start of the season I emailed in and said I believed it was the AFC South. Looks like I called something right and I'm impressed that all the way from over here I amy have called one right! To think the AFC South has:
Indianapolis 13-2
Jacksonville 11-4
Tennessee 9-6
Houston 7-8

That Division is just loaded and to have 3 teams at 600 or above, as well as a pretty solid 4th placed team just proves really that the AFC South is really the toughest Division. Compare these fixtures of Indy's to what the Patriots have had to beat this year in their Division Buffalo (7-8) Jets (3-12) Dolphins (1-14) and it gives that possible AFC Championship showdown a whole different feel.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #268 on: December 24, 2007, 11:46:09 AM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Nah we're going to Gillette Stadium with an almost fully fit squad and we're going to show the Patriots you can go 16-0 but its doesn't necessarily give you a Superbowl title and that they're not taking the Colts title away  :)

I'd love to see New England have to take on Jacksonville in the Divisional playoff match because I believe there a team on a real hot streak and other than the Colts I don't think any team will beat the Patriots.

wishful thinking, Chris !  :))

try to beat Patriots in New England is almost mission impossible.  :)

and they want revenge against Indy!!!  :cool:

AFC Last place, difficult for Titans as they will play last match at Indy and easy for Browns hosting 49ers.
NFC Last place, difficult for Redskins as they will play last match at home vs Cowboys and perhaps easy for Vikings as they will play at Broncos.

Happy Christmas Chris!
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #269 on: December 24, 2007, 11:53:10 AM »
Final scores from the 7 early games today

Colts 38-15 Texans (Great 2nd and 3rd quarter displays killed this one and ensured a few reserves a run out.
Bears 35-7 Packers (Demolished the Packers and where's this been from the Bears this season?)
Browns 14-19 Bengals (Could be a killer for the Browns, they now need Titans to lose to Jets or Colts to make playoffs)
Raiders 11-49 Jaguars (Showing how dangerous they should be in the playoffs)
Giants 38-21 Bills (21-0 4th quarter for the Giants wrap up their playoff place)
Chiefs 20-25 Lions (Lions move to 7-8, while the Chiefs fall to 4-11)
Eagles 38-23 Saints (This one finishes off the hopes of New Orleans making it to the playoffs for a 2nd year running)

thanks Chris!

what is the play-off picure in the AFC and NFC?

Thanks in advance!

AFC Division winners
1- New England- Homefield advantage- bye first wek
2- Indianapolis- 2nd seed wrapped up- bye first week
3- San Diego- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Pittsburgh- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- Jacksonville- number 1 wildcard
6- Cleveland (9-6) or Tennessee (8-6) 2 wins for Tennessee against the Jets today and Colts next week give them the final place and will give the AFC South 3 teams in the playoff (the mazimum possible) with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee.

NFC Division Winners
1- Dallas- Homefield advantage- bye first week
2- Green Bay- 2nd seed confirmed- bye first week
3- Seattle- 3rd or 4th seed
4- Tampa Bay- 3rd or 4th seed
Wildcards
5- New York Giants- clinched playoff place today, will be 5th or 6th seed
6- Minnesota (8-6) or Washington (7-7) and they will play in the night match later on- so that is huge and a Minnesota win will give them the playoff place.

thanks Chris so:
imho:
NFC Green Bay at Dallas  :cool: Dallas should win
        AFC indianapolis at New England  :cool: Patriots will win probably, they want revenge after last year!  :)

Superborwl: New England Patritos Champions versus Dallas Cowboys!!  :cool:

what a possible great year for Boston with the Bosox, Pats and Celtics!  :)

Nah we're going to Gillette Stadium with an almost fully fit squad and we're going to show the Patriots you can go 16-0 but its doesn't necessarily give you a Superbowl title and that they're not taking the Colts title away  :)

I'd love to see New England have to take on Jacksonville in the Divisional playoff match because I believe there a team on a real hot streak and other than the Colts I don't think any team will beat the Patriots.

wishful thinking, Chris !  :))

try to beat Patriots in New England is almost mission impossible.  :)

and they want revenge against Indy!!!  :cool:

AFC Last place, difficult for Titans as they will play last match at Indy and easy for Browns hosting 49ers.
NFC Last place, difficult for Redskins as they will play last match at home vs Cowboys and perhaps easy for Vikings as they will play at Broncos.

Happy Christmas Chris!

We're going to Gillette Stadium to end that unbeaten record and with our almost full strength team you just watch us go against the Patriots as long as both teams get that far. We've won the last 2 matches when we'ved played in New England and if we hadn't dropped 2 touchdown passes at home earlier in the season we'd have beaten the patriots, even though we had 6 starters out.

The Browns match doesn't matter at all for the playoff place becasue if Titans win in Indy they're in the playoffs, if they lose they're out and the Browns are in whatever their result. So even though Colts will be looking 2 weeks ahead I'd imagine most of the starters will begin the match and make it very tough for Tennessee to win in Indy.

Happy Christmas to you as well conchita, have a good one!
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #270 on: December 25, 2007, 03:15:43 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #271 on: December 25, 2007, 03:24:13 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #272 on: December 25, 2007, 03:45:20 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:

If San Diego win their last match then they'll be at home in the wildcard playoff match to Tennessee or Cleveland.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #273 on: December 25, 2007, 04:05:16 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:

If San Diego win their last match then they'll be at home in the wildcard playoff match to Tennessee or Cleveland.

thanks Chris so is:
Browns or Titans or Chargers at Colts!  :cool:
Jaguars or Steelers at Patriots!  :cool:
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #274 on: December 25, 2007, 04:12:32 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:

If San Diego win their last match then they'll be at home in the wildcard playoff match to Tennessee or Cleveland.

thanks Chris so is:
Browns or Titans or Chargers at Colts!  :cool:
Jaguars or Steelers at Patriots!  :cool:

To determine who faces the Colts and Patriots we will have to wait until after the wildcard matches because Patriots will face the lowest ranked team of the 4, with the Colts facing the higher ranked. So say for instance Titans/Browns beat Charges then it would be they who face the Patriots with the other match winning facing the Colts. So lot to be determined before we know who'll be going to face the Colts and Patriots, but looks like we'll have some fantastic match ups  :)
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #275 on: December 25, 2007, 04:17:06 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:

If San Diego win their last match then they'll be at home in the wildcard playoff match to Tennessee or Cleveland.

thanks Chris so is:
Browns or Titans or Chargers at Colts!  :cool:
Jaguars or Steelers at Patriots!  :cool:

To determine who faces the Colts and Patriots we will have to wait until after the wildcard matches because Patriots will face the lowest ranked team of the 4, with the Colts facing the higher ranked. So say for instance Titans/Browns beat Charges then it would be they who face the Patriots with the other match winning facing the Colts. So lot to be determined before we know who'll be going to face the Colts and Patriots, but looks like we'll have some fantastic match ups  :)

I hope Steelers or Jaguars at Colts!  :))
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #276 on: December 25, 2007, 04:25:47 AM »
San Diego Charges beat their Divisional rivals Denver Broncos 23-3 last night, meaning if they win their final match of the regular season they'll clinch the numner 3 seeding ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Therefore they'd avoid the inform Jacksonville Jaguars in the wildcard playoff matches.

last match, Dec 30 4:15 pm Chargers at Raiders and Steelers at Ravens!
AFC:
Browns or Titans or Steelers at Patriots  :))
Jaguars or Chargers at Colts  :cool:

If San Diego win their last match then they'll be at home in the wildcard playoff match to Tennessee or Cleveland.

thanks Chris so is:
Browns or Titans or Chargers at Colts!  :cool:
Jaguars or Steelers at Patriots!  :cool:

To determine who faces the Colts and Patriots we will have to wait until after the wildcard matches because Patriots will face the lowest ranked team of the 4, with the Colts facing the higher ranked. So say for instance Titans/Browns beat Charges then it would be they who face the Patriots with the other match winning facing the Colts. So lot to be determined before we know who'll be going to face the Colts and Patriots, but looks like we'll have some fantastic match ups  :)

I hope Steelers or Jaguars at Colts!  :))

Jaguars would be a Divisional match up so that would be a huge playoff match. I would like to see the Jaguars against the Patriots because I believe after the Colts they'r ethe team with the best chance of going there and beating them. I'd also like to see the Colts get the Charges so that we can get revenge on them for the earlier match in the season when we really should have won.
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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #277 on: December 28, 2007, 05:48:43 PM »
Wouldn't it be something if the Patriots finish the season undefeated only to lose their first playoff game? :rofl_2:

(can anyone say Dallas Mavs of last year)? :innocent:

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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #278 on: December 28, 2007, 07:34:06 PM »
Even if they do win tomorrow night, if they fail to win the Super Bowl the season will have been a failure.
At least that's what they are selling around here.

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Re: NFL... anyone?
« Reply #279 on: December 28, 2007, 10:42:04 PM »
Even if they do win tomorrow night, if they fail to win the Super Bowl the season will have been a failure.
At least that's what they are selling around here.

In a way - I agree!  That fantastic year the Mavs had last year was all for naught because they lost in the playoffs.  So anything less than a Super Bowl for New England would look upon as a failure... which I hope happens at the hands of the Cowboys! :rofl_2: