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Get ready for the old fanboy rant here. Patriots should be the #1 seed.

Why?

#1. Patriots Beat Denver.
#2. Denver has 2 losses in the AFC. NE had 1.
#3. Teams who have qualified for the playoffs whom each team has played:
NE-6/ Denver 4.
#4. PF/PA Net- New England 226, Denver 192.

New England lost to ONE team in the AFC. ONE. ONE. Oh and they beat Denver. Strength of schedule. NE deserves the #1 spot here.
They should of beaten San Fran, which would of given them that #1 seed. the early weather in that game cost them. Even thought I'm from Boston and love my Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins, I'm (clearly) not a Patriots fan. However, I agree with you that the Patriots are a more "fitting" #1 seed than Denver.

I predict the Patriots will play Houston again in the divisional playoff game. When Baltimore and Denver play each other - you might want to cheer for Denver. Road game in Denver is IMO easier for the Patriots than a home game against Baltimore, because the Ravens always seem to play the Patriots tough. They realistically should of beaten the Patriots during that nearly undefeated season, and in hindsight, it might of been good for them.

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Packers > Vikings
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Colts > Ravens 3

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DENVER is the legit pick. Manning plus a solid defense is scary horrific shit.


It'll be interesting if it's Denver/Seattle as a lot of here wanted Manning in Seattle paired with their savage headhunters. Oh shit they'd probably have HFA if they had signed Manning. What could have been...

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REDSKINS --> RGIII in the playoffs

Predictions:

Texans over Bengals - currently crumbling or not, I think Texans can pull it together to take out the really solid Bengals
Ravens over Colts - personal bias. LUCK could really give Ravens tons of trouble. Kid is a WILD CARD and Ravens consistency hasn't been there all season.
Vikings over Packers - One man: Adrian Peterson. He did it for them today. I think he'll do it for them come next week. Packers D is hurting and he's the LAST guy you want running over a defense that isn't 100%. Packers having home field advantage throws a wrench in my prediction. Eh, I'll live dangerously.
Seahawks over Redskins - Damn I'm VERY torn on this. I guess it comes down to how the last few weeks have gone. Seahawks have looked incredibly dominate. 'Skins have been on a hot streak themselves, RGIII is great, but being home or not, I see the Seahawks momentum continuing on in the post-season.

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Bengals > Texans
Colts > Baltimore
Skins > Seahawks
Packers > Vikings


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Did you pick all home teams? homer

Not happening btw.



My SB at this point is....I don't know.

Ok, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
I did. I'm very confident in the NFC picks.

AFC is more of a toss-up.


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Get ready for the old fanboy rant here. Patriots should be the #1 seed.

Why?

#1. Patriots Beat Denver.
#2. Denver has 2 losses in the AFC. NE had 1.
#3. Teams who have qualified for the playoffs whom each team has played:
NE-6/ Denver 4.
#4. PF/PA Net- New England 226, Denver 192.

New England lost to ONE team in the AFC. ONE. 1. Oh and they beat Denver. Strength of schedule. NE deserves the #1 spot here.
It's a tough pill to swallow considering how the Pats got their first 3 losses (combined 5 points difference I believe). But consider this is a team that had to evolve over the course of the season. The defense, particularly the secondary, is much improved over what we saw in the beginning. A healthy Aqib Talib is HUGE for the Pats' chances. Hoping he and Dennard will be ready in two weeks, and McCourty can shift to free safety where he excels (and get Arrington back in the slot).

Don't worry too much about the seeding, the cream usually rises to the top. I like the Pats' chances against anybody. The important thing for them is that, thanks to the Colts, the Pats were able to get a first round bye and get that much needed extra week of rest. If the Pats have to travel to Denver in the AFCCG, so be it. The path to the Super Bowl is never easy.


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They should of beaten San Fran, which would of given them that #1 seed. the early weather in that game cost them. Even thought I'm from Boston and love my Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins, I'm (clearly) not a Patriots fan. However, I agree with you that the Patriots are a more "fitting" #1 seed than Denver.

I predict the Patriots will play Houston again in the divisional playoff game. When Baltimore and Denver play each other - you might want to cheer for Denver. Road game in Denver is IMO easier for the Patriots than a home game against Baltimore, because the Ravens always seem to play the Patriots tough. They realistically should of beaten the Patriots during that nearly undefeated season, and in hindsight, it might of been good for them.
Patriots at home versus a team they lost to in the regular season vs. a team they beat in the regular season at home away at Mile high?
I beg to differ. Bring on Baltimore @ the Razor. Pain lies on the Gillette side with the real refs-not the jamokes in week 3.

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I did. I'm very confident in the NFC picks.

AFC is more of a toss-up.
Yeah who am I shittin? Packers roll at Lambeau. Really do see Seahawks winning over the Skins though.

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I predict that the Bengals pull an upset and beat the Texans.

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