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Old 06.11.2017, 11:06 AM
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philadelphia eagles
new orleans saints
minnesota vikings
los angeles rams
green bay packers or atlanta falcons or seattle seahawks
new england patriots
jacksonville jaguars
pittsburgh steelers
kansas city chiefs
buffalo bills or oakland raiders or tennessee titans
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Old 06.11.2017, 11:10 AM
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philadelphia eagles
new orleans saints
minnesota vikings
los angeles rams
green bay packers or atlanta falcons or seattle seahawks
new england patriots
jacksonville jaguars
pittsburgh steelers
kansas city chiefs
buffalo bills or oakland raiders or tennessee titans
eagles vs patriots
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Old 06.11.2017, 11:13 AM
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philadelphia eagles
new orleans saints
minnesota vikings
los angeles rams
green bay packers or atlanta falcons or seattle seahawks
new england patriots
jacksonville jaguars
pittsburgh steelers
kansas city chiefs
buffalo bills or oakland raiders or tennessee titans
eagles v jaguars
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Old 06.11.2017, 09:34 PM
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Seahawks vs New England

I think Seattle, on the road, take out Wentz and the Eagles in the NFC Championship game. Seattle strikes me as a team that is pacing themselves for a deep playoff run, they know they won't see Aaron Rodgers in the post-season and that Atlanta have plenty of issues. They'll probably get through the season at 75% effort and then turn it on in the playoffs. You can see it in the lack of concentration and stupid mistakes that caused them to lose at home to Washington yesterday.

Would love to pick my Steelers over New England in the AFC Championship game but it will be another loss at Foxborough sadly. In the end, Big Ben and Tomlin have no answer for Brady and Bilicheck, especially when I know we won't host the AFC game in Pittsburgh.
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Old 07.11.2017, 04:42 PM
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Dallas Cowboys v New England Patriots

Would love to pick the Pittsburgh Steelers but they'll only have a chance if they're the AFC no.1 seed and end up playing the Patriots at home.

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I like the idea of a Goff vs Wentz NFCCG

The Eagles to lose the battle of Pennsylvania to the Steelers who finally overcome their Pats hoodoo.

Would like KC as a neutral observer to win it all, but without Berry there D is too easy to score against
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Old 07.11.2017, 08:05 PM
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Battle of Pennsylvania, Eagles v Steelers
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Old 07.11.2017, 08:23 PM
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Patriots still look a shoo-in for the AFC, probably the Eagles in the NFC...
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Old 08.11.2017, 09:08 AM
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I'm taking a pessimistic view on the Pats this year. Everyone holds us in such high regard but we've been scraping wins all season.
Granted the AFC seems a lot weaker again this season but I wouldn't be surprised if we lose a close one in the playoffs!

If Patriots do make it to the Super Bowl I fully expect it to be a boring blow out (blow out games seem to happen every other Super Bowl anyway so we're due a blow out this year) with whichever NFC team it is dominating the Pats.

I'd like to see the Eagles take it, but if somehow the Seahawks drag them to Seattle then they'll lose there in the cold!
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Old 08.11.2017, 12:07 PM
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eagles v jaguars
Wait, you started a thread and then logged in as your two alter-egos to post different opinions? How did you decide which opinion to give to Carl Errol and which opinion to give to Pinkpanda?

I guess it's one way to generate a debate....
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