Playoff teams in NFL in 2011?

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  1. millerforrest

    millerforrest Member

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    Who will be the 6 teams in the NFC & AFC to make the playoffs & who will meet in the Super Bowl?
     
  2. ISUcy08

    ISUcy08 Well-Known Member

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    Jets, Pats, Steelers, Ravens, Chargers, Texans.
    Packers, Eagles, Falcons, Saints, Cards, Cowboys.

    Packers repeat over Pats.
     
  3. ISUFan22

    ISUFan22 Well-Known Member

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    AFC

    Jets @ Colts
    Ravens @ Chiefs

    Ravens @ Steelers
    Jets @ Patriots

    Jets @ Steelers

    NFC


    Saints @ Seahawks
    Packers @ Eagles

    Packers @ Falcons
    Seahawks @ Bears

    Packers @ Bears

    Superbowl


    Packers over Steelers
     
  4. labontefan31

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    I'd put all my money on this
     
  5. cyguytillidie

    cyguytillidie Well-Known Member

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  6. xboxfever

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    AFC
    East - New England
    North - Baltimore
    South - Texans
    West - San Diego
    Wild Card - Pittsburgh
    Wild Card - New York Jets

    NFC
    East - Eagles
    North - Green Bay
    South - Atlanta
    West - Seattle
    Wild Card - Buccaneers
    Wild Card - Detroit

    Baltimore over Atlanta in the Super Bowl.

    Giants, Chicago, St Louis just miss out on grabbing a wild card for the NFC
    Indianapolis and Oakland just miss out for the AFC.
     
  7. bpmcclain

    bpmcclain Well-Known Member

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    NFC - Packers, Cowboys, Falcons, Saints, Eagles, Cardinals
    AFC - Steelers, Ravens, Colts, Chargers, Patriots, Jets

    Pats over Falcons in the Superbowl
     
  8. RustShack

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    Chiefs will win the West.
     
  9. xboxfever

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  10. RustShack

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    They will be a much better team this year than last.
     
  11. CyJack13

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    AFC: New England, Pittsburgh, Houston, San Diego, New York Jets, Indy
    NFC: Philly, Green Bay, New Orleans, St. Louis, Atlanta, New York Giants

    SB: Saints over Chargers
     
  12. GMackey32

    GMackey32 Well-Known Member

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    I think they improved some from last year, but losing Charlie Weis and playing a first place schedule may keep them out of the playoffs.
     
  13. RustShack

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    You think losing someone that clashes with Haley is a bad thing? The only thing Weis was good for was Cassel. Haley took care of that by hiring a BETTER QB coach in Zorn. Plus the new OC has been in the system most of his career. He knows the offense just as well as Weis and Haley. Hes also the one who ran the running game last year anyways.
     
  14. NobodyBeatsCy

    NobodyBeatsCy Well-Known Member

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    I, uh, see what you, uh, did there. :rolleyes:
     
  15. jdoggivjc

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    #15 jdoggivjc, Aug 23, 2011
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    They also have one of the most difficult schedules in the NFL. Also, San Diego had the #1 offense and #1 defense in the NFL last season. Them not making the playoffs last year is called a statistical anomaly (at least that's what Mike and Mike was saying this morning).

    NFC:
    Falcons, Eagles, Packers, Cardinals, Buccaneers, Lions

    Packers over Lions
    Buccaneers over Cardinals

    Falcons over Buccaneers
    Eagles over Packers

    Eagles over Falcons

    AFC:
    Patties, Steelers, Texans, Chargers, Jets, Ravens

    Ravens over Texans
    Jets over Chargers

    Jets over Steelers
    Ravens over Patties

    Jets over Ravens

    Jets over Eagles
     
  16. jdoggivjc

    jdoggivjc Well-Known Member

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    By the way - you still think the Packers should have fired Mike McCarthy? :biglaugh:
     
  17. millerforrest

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    Guess you cant count to 6 or 12?
     
  18. millerforrest

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    You think because they won a Super Bowl that it makes everything alright with Mike McCarthy? Really? Seriously? Hes a great play caller. They were damn lucky to make it in the playoffs! His clock management skills SUCK along with his decisions when to challenge & when not to challenge calls on the field! Plus, when he does get a lead, he gets more conservatiive than the Tea Party! When they get the lead, he starts running the ball exclusively, i.e. he tries to NOT LOSE THE GAME, instead of trying TO WIN THE GAME.
    How many Packer games do you watch again? I watch everyone! Ive been a life long Packer fan since I was born! Was even named after the best player Vince lombardi ever coached (figure that one out Mr. Know It All!)
    So, bottome line is this, you think the ends always justify the means?
    Are you still a bonehead?
     
  19. LonoClone

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    Ok, I get it, you've got some kind of a Maddie Hayes/David Addison thing going with Mike Mccarthy. It's cute. Good for you.

    I'm not even going to comment on the ridiculousness of your "I've been a lifelong Packer fan since I was born!" line. Whoops, I guess I just did.

    And for the record, I'm going to guess you were named after either Glen Miller or the "Ghost Dog," Forrest Whittaker. Not sure if either ever played for Lombardi, but they're close enough.
     
  20. WalkingCY

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    AFC

    Patriots, Jets, Steelers, Ravens, Texans and Chargers

    Ravens over Texans
    Chargers over Jets

    Chargers over Steelers
    Patriots over Ravens

    Patriots over Chargers

    NFC

    Falcons, Bears, Packers, Buccaneers, Redskins and 49ers

    Bears over 49ers
    Buccaneers over Redskins

    Falcons over Bears
    Packers over Buccaneers

    Falcons over Packers

    Super Bowl

    Patriots over Falcons
     

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