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I'm taking the Broncos. There's really no holes on that team. They have improved every single week and they are playing at their best now.
I can get on board with that.
"When we step on that football field, everyone flips a switch. And it's on..." - Butch Jones
I'd love to see a Broncos vs Falcons Super Bowl. I would truly be conflicted, but on the other hand, I couldn't really lose either way.
I am definitely on the Bronco Bandwagon. It's just too hard for me not to pull for a team that the object of my man crush is playing for.
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
Broncos. I hear they have a pretty good QB.
Trample the Weak-Hurdle the Dead
I say it wil be the Broncos and the Packers in the Super Bowl with the Broncos winning a close one.
Broncos! Peyton now has a scary good defense.
But of course, the Patriots await. AFC championship game will be huge if it is the Broncos and Patriots.
The AFC championship game will be the real Superbowl - if it is Denver vs New England. The winner of that game likely wins the SB.
I am going with the Cinderella team: Minnesota Vikings! Would love to see a Peyton vs. Peterson Super Bowl. Not going to happen with the Vikings, so Go Broncos!
"Old School"! A strong defense wins championships!
I'm saying the Patriots win it, but I'll be pulling for the Colts and Broncos
Tough to bet against the Patriots but I really feel like Manning has the team behind him to take down anyone.
My thoughts exactly. +1
Benagls over Texans
Ravens over Indy
Broncos over Bengals
Pats over Ravens
Broncos over Pats
Seattle over Wash
Pakcers over Vikings
Seattle over Atlanta
Packers over 49ers
Seattle over Packers
Broncos over Seattle
This post was edited by LuckyLefty7 15 months ago
No way Seattle beats Atlanta in the Dome.
And I don't see the Packers beating the 49ers either.
Because Atlanta's playoff history is so stellar? I won't ever pick ATL to win a playoff game again until they actually do it.
Seattle over Washington
Green Bay over Minnesota
Houston over Cincinnati
Baltimore over Indianapolis
Atlanta over Seattle
49ers over Green Bay
Denver over Baltimore
New England over Houston
49ers over Falcons
Broncos over Patriots
Broncos over 49ers
I like Washington over Seattle this weekend, and I don't see the 49ers making the Super Bowl — they haven't been playing their best over the past few weeks — but I otherwise agree with most of your picks. I'm certainly hoping for a Broncos-Patriots AFC title game. Never gets old watching Manning and Brady go-head-to-head.
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For what it's worth, I'm taking the Patriots over the Packers in the Super Bowl.
I think that Washington is actually going to find it hard to gear up for this game on the heels of the Dallas game for the division title. It's hard for even a veteran team to gear up two weeks in a row like that, and RG3 has never experienced an NFL playoff game before. You could say the same about Wilson at Seattle, but I think he actually has more players around him with playoff experience, which can only help. I picked the 49ers over Atlanta because I can't see Atlanta winning more than one game given their recent track record of one and out playoff appearances.
I actually think RG3 has more veterans around him who have playoff experience — Santana Moss, Pierre Garcon and even some guys on defense like London Fletcher (who was a Super Bowl ring) and DeAngelo Hall. Either way, I don't expect RG3 to be flustered by the playoff environment. The Redskins have been playing really well lately, and their offense is tough to stop.
Packers vs the Patriots in the Super Bowl... With the darn Packers winning it all ....
Are the Texans the only team in a double elimination?
The Broncos look really good.
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