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Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:15 PM
Here's my predictions for both the AFC and the NFC...


AFC Wildcard Game #1 Winner:
New England over Jacksonville

AFC Wildcard Game #2 Winner:
Cincinnati over Pittsburgh


NFC Wildcard Game #1 Winner:
Carolina over New York Giants

NFC Wildcard Game #2 Winner:
Tampa Bay Over Washington


AFC Divisional Playoff #1 Winner:
New England over Indianapolis

AFC Divisional Playoff #2 Winner:
Denver over Cincinnati


NFC Divisional Playoff #1 Winner:
Carolina over Seattle

NFC Divisional Playoff #2 Winner
Chicago over Tampa Bay


AFC Championship Game:
Denver over New England

NFC Championship Game:
Carolina over Chicago

NFL Superbowl Championship Winner:
Denver over Carolina

Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:16 PM
I know what you're thinking... Total homer picks.

I know. But given the match-ups I think it's realistic.

Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:17 PM
http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=132673

Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:19 PM
TJ our predictions are almost identical...apart from New England and Denver winning and Carolina winning. :)

Home teams in bold.

AFC -

Round 1

Cincinatti over Pittsburgh

New England over Jacksonville


Round 2

Cincinatti over Denver

Indianapolis over New England


Round 3

Indianapolis over Cincinatti





NFC -

Round 1

Tampa Bay over Washington

Carolina over New York


Round 2

Chicago over Tampa Bay

Carolina over Seattle


Round 3

Chicago over Carolina



Super Bowl

Indianapolis over Chicago

Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:22 PM
New England is a fraud. They'll win a game, but won't get past Indy.

Carson Palmer > Jake Plummer

And Carolina can't run the ball.

Mr. Flopnuts
01-03-2006, 11:23 PM
Round 1

Pittsburg over Cincy
New England over Jax

Carolina over NYG
Washington over Tampa

Round 2

Indy over Pitt
Denver over New England

Chicago over Carolina
Seattle over Washington

Round 3

Indy over Denver
Seattle over Chicago

Super Bowl

Seattle over Indy


Yes I live in Seattle.

elvomito
01-03-2006, 11:23 PM
wow, bengals over steelers?
just because they're the home team?

Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:25 PM
I think you're giving way too much credit to Cincinnati. I agree that they're an up and coming team, but they have virtually no playoff experience, and if there's one thing I believe in, it's that playoff experience is kind of a big deal.

milkman
01-03-2006, 11:25 PM
New England is a fraud. They'll win a game, but won't get past Indy.

Carson Palmer > Jake Plummer

And Carolina can't run the ball.

Peyton=pussy.

Can't beat the healthy Pats.

Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:26 PM
wow, bengals over steelers?
just because they're the home team?



Mostly because I believe that the Bengals are a better team.

Straight, No Chaser
01-03-2006, 11:26 PM
I know what you're thinking... Total homer picks.

I know. But given the match-ups I think it's realistic.

You Wish. Stop the Kool-Aid shooters now. Get ready for Pittsburgh.

No way Cincy beats the Steelers (No one in the AFC wants the Steelers now)
Washington beats Chucky's gang (Washigton the hot team in the NFC)
Wishful thinking Indy loses --you'll get to see if Shananigan's goal to build a team to beat Indy will come to fruition)
Seattle is balanced in all phases; Alexander is MVP.

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Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:26 PM
I think you're giving way too much credit to Cincinnati. I agree that they're an up and coming team, but they have virtually no playoff experience, and if there's one thing I believe in, it's that playoff experience is kind of a big deal.

Didn't matter with the Patriots in 2001.

I don't think Plummer can keep up with Palmer, and the Steelers certainly can't.

Joe Seahawk
01-03-2006, 11:27 PM
wow, bengals over steelers?
just because they're the home team?

Yet, he still picks Seattle to lose at home.. :rolleyes:

Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:28 PM
Peyton=pussy.

Can't beat the healthy Pats.

The Pats can't run the ball. And their secondary still blows.

ceebz
01-03-2006, 11:28 PM
Wild Card Round:

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati

New England over Jacksonville

Washington over Tampa Bay

Carolina over New York Giants



Divisional Round:

Indy over Pittsburgh

New England over Denver

Washington over Seattle

Chicago over Carolina



Championship Round:

Indy over New England

Washington over Chicago



Super Bowl:

Indy over Washington




I really want to pick the Pats over Indy but, something tells me that this is Dungy's year.

Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:29 PM
Yet, he still picks Seattle to lose at home.. :rolleyes:



Sorry Joe. I honestly didn't want to. I've got friends here who hate me right now because of that pick. But seeing the Seahawks in the playoffs is a little disorienting, and this is a new season. You guys are fighting a good fight, but I think you're going to get about everything you can handle in the post season IF you meet Carolina. I'd have you guys over just about every other team...

milkman
01-03-2006, 11:30 PM
The Pats can't run the ball. And their secondary still blows.

Their secondary wasn't good last season, nor the season before.

Just hit the WRs at the line, and hit Peyton in the mouth a couple, and he starts loooking for his tampons.

ceebz
01-03-2006, 11:30 PM
Mostly because I believe that the Bengals are a better team.

No, it's because you're praying the Pats will pick off the Colts.

The Steelers are gonna maul the Bengals. The Bengals are the 2003 Chiefs reincarnate.

SNR
01-03-2006, 11:33 PM
Are you banking on it? And if you are, should we?

Halfcan
01-03-2006, 11:33 PM
Pats over Bears in the SB!

SNR
01-03-2006, 11:35 PM
Pats over Bears in the SB!OMFGFGOMFOMGOMFOMGOMFOMGOMFOMGOMFOMGOMMFMGMGMFGMFOMGOMF Super Bowl 85 only not LOL

Joe Seahawk
01-03-2006, 11:41 PM
Sorry Joe. I honestly didn't want to. I've got friends here who hate me right now because of that pick. But seeing the Seahawks in the playoffs is a little disorienting, and this is a new season. You guys are fighting a good fight, but I think you're going to get about everything you can handle in the post season IF you meet Carolina. I'd have you guys over just about every other team...

It's all good... :) However, I really don't think there is any team in the NFC that can beat us at home with a jacked crowd and all our injured players back.

Dyson, Herndon, Trufant, DD Lewis, and Darby. It has been a very long time since we've had all those guys healthy at the same time.

Jackson is back now as well so we are damn near 100 % healthy for the first time all year...

I'm feeling good about things right now; our tougher game might be the first one though.

Carolina and the giants concern me more than any other team (since the games will be at our house) I would not have felt good about a trip to Chicago.

Claynus
01-03-2006, 11:42 PM
Their secondary wasn't good last season, nor the season before.

Just hit the WRs at the line, and hit Peyton in the mouth a couple, and he starts loooking for his tampons.

I just don't see how anything has changed since the Colts walloped the Pats earlier this year. Other than the Patriots getting banged up a bunch...

Taco John
01-03-2006, 11:43 PM
Are you banking on it? And if you are, should we?



Actually, the cool thing is my Wife's uncle went to Vegas this Summer and headed to the sportsbook. He bought Superbowl picks for everyone he knew had a favorite team. I need to locate that thing...

Mr. Flopnuts
01-03-2006, 11:54 PM
It's all good... :) However, I really don't think there is any team in the NFC that can beat us at home with a jacked crowd and all our injured players back.

Dyson, Herndon, Trufant, DD Lewis, and Darby. It has been a very long time since we've had all those guys healthy at the same time.

Jackson is back now as well so we are damn near 100 % healthy for the first time all year...

I'm feeling good about things right now; our tougher game might be the first one though.

Carolina and the giants concern me more than any other team (since the games will be at our house) I would not have felt good about a trip to Chicago.


The Giants game wasn't as close as people make it. Granted all the missed FG's in OT. However that game should have never been that close. The refs gave 2 TD's to Jeremy Shockey that weren't good. The league confirmed it later the same week. The Hawks will ROLL the Giants should they get the opportunity. Carolina is a very scary team, IF they show up. Seattle should make the Super Bowl this year. I'm here, I don't suffer from the East Coast bias.

Taco John
01-04-2006, 12:26 AM
No, it's because you're praying the Pats will pick off the Colts.

The Steelers are gonna maul the Bengals. The Bengals are the 2003 Chiefs reincarnate.



Actually, I mostly believe that the Colts are facing a letdown no matter who they play. They'll have gone almost a month without playing in a meaningful game when they finally have a game at home. They're going into the playoffs cold and based on the last few games, clearly with a loss of focus. They will probably be able to flip the switch and play whoever they get in round one pretty well... But I believe they'll draw the Patriots and have a tough time. If they beat the Patriots, I wouldn't be suprised to see them let down against either the Broncos or the Bengals. I just don't feel all that strongly about the Colts right now. Too much distraction working against them.

tk13
01-04-2006, 12:33 AM
Remember the Colts went 0-5 in preseason, got the crap beat out of them and everybody wondered what was wrong. Didn't seem to faze them come the regular season. They might be the perfect team to handle all this distraction because they're all a bunch of emotionless robots anyway.

Mile High Mania
01-04-2006, 06:12 AM
I would love to see NE play Indy in round 2, but I just don't think the Bengals are going to beat Pitt this time around. The Steeler defense is pretty good and the Bengals defense is not, aside from being opportunistic with takeovers when they want to.

I think Pitt wins this one by a FG.

Denver can and should beat any team that travels to Denver in Round 1, which would likely be NE as they should beat the Jags. Barring a Bengals' win, it's shaping up to be a Denver/Indy AFC Title Game. Yippee...

milkman
01-04-2006, 05:07 PM
I just don't see how anything has changed since the Colts walloped the Pats earlier this year. Other than the Patriots getting banged up a bunch...

Actually, the Pats are as healthy as they have been all year.

I really don't remember that much about the game earlier this year, but I'm fairly certain that Richard Seymour missed that game, and I think a LB.

But don't quote me on that, cause I only paid half hearted attention.

Another thing is that Corey Dillon started to run with more authority in the last couple of games, after battling health issues most of the season.

the Talking Can
01-04-2006, 05:17 PM
funny as hell, New England would beat Indy but not Denver...talk about wishing...Indy will roll you like always on their way to the Superbowl...Seacrest out...

Calcountry
01-04-2006, 05:20 PM
Here's my predictions for both the AFC and the NFC...


AFC Wildcard Game #1 Winner:
New England over Jacksonville

AFC Wildcard Game #2 Winner:
Cincinnati over Pittsburgh


NFC Wildcard Game #1 Winner:
Carolina over New York Giants

NFC Wildcard Game #2 Winner:
Tampa Bay Over Washington


AFC Divisional Playoff #1 Winner:
New England over Indianapolis

AFC Divisional Playoff #2 Winner:
Denver over Cincinnati


NFC Divisional Playoff #1 Winner:
Carolina over Seattle

NFC Divisional Playoff #2 Winner
Chicago over Tampa Bay


AFC Championship Game:
Denver over New England

NFC Championship Game:
Carolina over Chicago

NFL Superbowl Championship Winner:
Denver over Carolinabookmarking this page for quick access later. :D

Frazod
01-04-2006, 05:23 PM
Playoff Prediction:

Denver will get anally abused by the Colts AS USUAL. Surely another wonderful 3 or 4 touchdown slaughter is in the offing.

And after that happens, I'll officially no longer give a shit. nlm

FAX
01-04-2006, 05:25 PM
Fax predict.

Donkey beard throw duck.

Other guy score. All people boo.

Donkey beard shoot bird.

Ref throw donkey beard out game.

Rat pee pants.

FAX OF THE JUNGLE

Mr. Kotter
01-04-2006, 05:52 PM
You are friggin' stoned.

Indy vs. Seattle for all the marbles, and Indy wins in a rout.

As far as your beloved Donkos, they are one-and-done. If they somehow survive their first game, Pitt, NE, and Indy will embarrass you guys....again.

Joe Seahawk
01-09-2006, 01:23 AM
Round 1

Pittsburg over Cincy
New England over Jax

Carolina over NYG
Washington over Tampa

Round 2

Indy over Pitt
Denver over New England

Chicago over Carolina
Seattle over Washington

Round 3

Indy over Denver
Seattle over Chicago

Super Bowl

Seattle over Indy


Yes I live in Seattle.

You've nailed it so far, good job!

Calcountry
01-11-2006, 05:25 PM
Hey Taco, Bitch, you were 2-2, and because of the games you missed, you need to re-do your divisional picks, cause those matchups are wrong.

Mr. Flopnuts
01-11-2006, 07:40 PM
You've nailed it so far, good job!


I hope you come back each week and point out the same thing. GO SEAHAWKS!!!!!!!

ceebz
01-11-2006, 08:29 PM
Wild Card Round:

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati

New England over Jacksonville

Washington over Tampa Bay

Carolina over New York Giants



Divisional Round:

Indy over Pittsburgh

New England over Denver

Washington over Seattle

Chicago over Carolina



Championship Round:

Indy over New England

Washington over Chicago



Super Bowl:

Indy over Washington




I really want to pick the Pats over Indy but, something tells me that this is Dungy's year.

Nice to see I went 4-0 last week.