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Old 09-29-2013, 04:08 PM   #91
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The Giants make the Skins look like Super Bowl contenders.
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Old 09-29-2013, 04:19 PM   #92
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So much for the Cleveland-has-given-up hypothesis which accompanied the Richardson trade.
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nice

texans seahawks in OT and the ravens down 3 with the ball under 2 mins
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Richard Sherman is the best corner in the league. Revis no longer holding the cb title
agreed. he is making plays.

i was thinking last night .... why hasnt troy palamoulo been as dominant as he once was? the man was a sideline to sideline beast but it seems he has been nullified
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Old 09-29-2013, 04:43 PM   #95
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I guess the Seahawks proved they can win a game on the road, even with their injuries they were still able to pull out the win which is pretty impressive.
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I guess the Seahawks proved they can win a game on the road, even with their injuries they were still able to pull out the win which is pretty impressive.
Schaub lost the game for them.
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NFC Beast looking like NFC Bottom so far. If this keeps going you won´t need a single win outside the division to go to the playoffs.
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Schaub lost the game for them.
Well luckily for them they only have to survive 2 more road games and they might end up getting home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
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Schaub lost the game for them.
Schaub ain't good
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Good lord, Peyton is flat out ballin. Give him the MVP now
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Old 09-29-2013, 08:05 PM   #103
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Like many of said before, Manning right now is the best regular season QB of all time, if he wins a super bowl this year... I do not see how anyone can deny him the status of best quarterback of all time.
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A team to keep an eye out for is San Diego. Solid defense. Balanced offense. They are undefeated since Te'o has returned! And they also have that whole 'every team for the past couple of years that plays at Philly's first home game goes on to the super bowl' thing going for them.
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A team to keep an eye out for is San Diego. Solid defense. Balanced offense. They are undefeated since Te'o has returned! And they also have that whole 'every team for the past couple of years that plays at Philly's first home game goes on to the super bowl' thing going for them.
They will also have the "Redskins play the Super Bowl champions ever year" thing going for them... which sucks because that means the Redskins will never win the Super Bowl.

Outside of Oakland the AFC West is a solid division. Redskins might go 1-3 vs. that division.
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