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Old 12-31-2012, 12:41 AM   #5671 (permalink)
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Probably the Falcons in Week 5 if talking about body of work over the course of a season. They even concussed him. But for a single game, the Steelers in Week 8 probably stifled him the most.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:46 AM   #5672 (permalink)
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AFC Championship game should be Denver vs Patriots. And even though it seems like a lot of you think NE should win easy or something, I will remind you that Brady owns a losing record in Denver (at like 3-6 or something like that). Yeah they beat Denver twice last year, one being in Denver (come on freaking Tebow was the QB) and once this year before Denver was firing on all cylinders. We have a top 5 offense and top 5 defense. Don't get me wrong, NE can win with that offense, but it isn't a given at all. Denver is just as good as the Patriots and if it weren't for Willis freaking McGahee dropping a wide open 4th down pass and fumbling in the red zone we could have potentially won.
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Probably the Falcons in Week 5 if talking about body of work over the course of a season. They even concussed him. But for a single game, the Steelers in Week 8 probably stifled him the most.
Hmm ok. The matchup between Skins/Hawks is interesting because their offense is like the same thing. Both teams like to run a lot with mobile QBs that have the read option.
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I don't think it should be. Broncos vs Pats do have a good chance at occurring being the best overall teams from the AFC + home field advantage. I'd mark for Ravens making it to the Super Bowl. Any of the other teams in contention all sound good to me too. Something fresh such as the ultimate sleeper like Bengals vs Seahawks would OWN purely due to the new aspect of it.
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AFC Championship game should be Denver vs Patriots. And even though it seems like a lot of you think NE should win easy or something, I will remind you that Brady owns a losing record in Denver (at like 3-6 or something like that). Yeah they beat Denver twice last year, one being in Denver (come on freaking Tebow was the QB) and once this year before Denver was firing on all cylinders. We have a top 5 offense and top 5 defense. Don't get me wrong, NE can win with that offense, but it isn't a given at all. Denver is just as good as the Patriots and if it weren't for Willis freaking McGahee dropping a wide open 4th down pass and fumbling in the red zone we could have potentially won.
From a Patriots fan to a Broncos fan, I have two things to say:

1) That was a touchback, dammit! Ben Watson made the play of the year on Champ Bailey, ball knocked loose past the goal line out of bounds, that's a touchback. Would have shifted the momentum, and Jeff Triplette nullified it. Seven years and I still haven't gotten over that. The Pats weren't that good that year anyway, but still.

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2) The prospect of the Pats having to go through Denver to get to the Super Bowl terrifies me. Don't get me wrong, I love the Pats' chances against anybody (maybe not the Giants, but don't have to worry about them for another year). But Mile High has historically been the Patriots' kryptonite, and Peyton Manning is as dangerous as they come. Even in the Pats' win against them, I was worried when the Broncos started rallying toward the end of the game. Oh, and the Pats going into "Peyton's Place" for the AFCCG makes me uneasy. See: Peyton's Revenge
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Ahh still on that post game high! Honestly, I was way more nervous about Dallas than I am about the Hawks.. They're biggest strength is their run offense but we got a very solid run defense.. Not to mention our explosive offense and the fact that they're traveling from the other side of the country... No 12th man for them means no victory.

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Glad the Niners are the second seed. They could use the rest as they got a lot of injured players lately. Every year, there's always a #1 seed that fails hard in the Playoffs and I think that can happen to Atlanta. If they do, I would love to see us host the NFC Title game again. This time, with a win and with more fair weather. The Playoffs should be exciting.
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From a Patriots fan to a Broncos fan, I have two things to say:

1) That was a touchback, dammit! Ben Watson made the play of the year on Champ Bailey, ball knocked loose past the goal line out of bounds, that's a touchback. Would have shifted the momentum, and Jeff Triplette nullified it. Seven years and I still haven't gotten over that. The Pats weren't that good that year anyway, but still.

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2) The prospect of the Pats having to go through Denver to get to the Super Bowl terrifies me. Don't get me wrong, I love the Pats' chances against anybody (maybe not the Giants, but don't have to worry about them for another year). But Mile High has historically been the Patriots' kryptonite, and Peyton Manning is as dangerous as they come. Even in the Pats' win against them, I was worried when the Broncos started rallying toward the end of the game. Oh, and the Pats going into "Peyton's Place" for the AFCCG makes me uneasy. See: Peyton's Revenge
Haha ya that call was so close, I can see why it wasn't overturned. But I could see the case for it being overturned. Champ was getting gassed after that run, but I have no idea how Watson caught him still.

You have every right and belief to like the Pats chances against anyone including Denver. It should be a close game, really, but just as you think the Patriots can win, I think my team can do it. I know that from visiting Patriots forums recently (some of them are so obnoxious and cocky its disgusting, but every fan has them), they like to point out that Denver had a weak schedule and that the Patriots will dominate us. That may be true, but we still took care of business and did it in dominating fashion. The Patriots didn't have that tough of a schedule either though tbh.
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“Just before we start, I’m not going to talk anything about coaches and coaching, and I’m not going to talk about, obviously, I’m not going to talk about personnel,” Jones said following the Cowboys’ loss to the Redskins. “We’ll talk about the game. I would say they were the better team. They played like it. They played well enough to win, and they deserved what they’re getting. My hat’s off to them – the entire organization.

“They’ve done something pretty phenomenal to come back like they have, considering how they started. I give them all that they deserve, the Washington Redskins.”
Garrett is gone 100%.

Romo is gone 75%.

Dallas will go after Alex Smith as a stop gap and we'll throw darts at future QB via draft.
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All you guys talking about playoffs really hurts your insides when your a Chiefs fan.
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