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Old 12-20-2011, 01:13 PM   #196
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With their D I'm not too worried about them going far.
Exactly. Ravens can beat them. And I feel like either Pits or Houston could beat them.
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Exactly. Ravens can beat them. And I feel like either Pits or Houston could beat them.
Needless to say they've lost their 2 big off season acquisitions on D, Carter and Haynesworth.
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Saints - Texans Superbowl

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With their D I'm not too worried about them going far.

Really? I don't see anyone strolling in to Gillette from the AFC and beating them in the playoffs, D or no D.

The Ravens are a straight up joke; you never know who will show up for that team. Reed and Lewis are looking old and I have said it before Flacco isn't getting you anywhere. I have watched everyone of their games this year and sorry I just don't see it. they have two big wins Pitt opening day and 49ers' thanksgiving day. Like every year they are one and done in the playoffs.
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Really? I don't see anyone strolling in to Gillette from the AFC and beating them in the playoffs, D or no D.

The Ravens are a straight up joke; you never know who will show up for that team. Reed and Lewis are looking old and I have said it before Flacco isn't getting you anywhere. I have watched everyone of their games this year and sorry I just don't see it. they have two big wins Pitt opening day and 49ers' thanksgiving day. Like every year they are one and done in the playoffs.
The Ravens beat them on their turf last year, so it's not like it hasn't happened.

They're gonna have to win with offense in the playoffs, and mostly by throwing the ball too, not really a great recipe for success. If a good D shuts them down or they simply have an off day, I think they are very beatable.
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Packers/Patriots

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Baltimore vs Saints

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The Ravens beat them on their turf last year, so it's not like it hasn't happened.

They're gonna have to win with offense in the playoffs, and mostly by throwing the ball too, not really a great recipe for success. If a good D shuts them down or they simply have an off day, I think they are very beatable.

We shall see, just like Flacco was suppose to have a break out season this year. Pfff...
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Really? I don't see anyone strolling in to Gillette from the AFC and beating them in the playoffs, D or no D.

The Ravens are a straight up joke; you never know who will show up for that team. Reed and Lewis are looking old and I have said it before Flacco isn't getting you anywhere. I have watched everyone of their games this year and sorry I just don't see it. they have two big wins Pitt opening day and 49ers' thanksgiving day. Like every year they are one and done in the playoffs.

the Ravens are 1 and done ev year? I DO agree on Flacco though
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Eagels /Chargers.......lol
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Old 12-20-2011, 07:21 PM   #208
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I think Houston is most balanced team and Yates will emerge as a Big time QB just a wild guess.

Saints are on FIRE and can play w anyone in the NFC.
GB's Defense is just bad this year and they cant pass protect right now.. I still think they are the best team its just very hard to repeat
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Really? I don't see anyone strolling in to Gillette from the AFC and beating them in the playoffs, D or no D.

The Ravens are a straight up joke; you never know who will show up for that team. Reed and Lewis are looking old and I have said it before Flacco isn't getting you anywhere. I have watched everyone of their games this year and sorry I just don't see it. they have two big wins Pitt opening day and 49ers' thanksgiving day. Like every year they are one and done in the playoffs.
I have to say that Ray Lewis looked old and slow the other night. Maybe he's still injured or age has finally caught up with him.
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Old 12-20-2011, 08:12 PM   #210
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Can anyone figure the Eagles out? Way too up and down this year. But they sure put a ass whipping on the Jets.
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