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Old 12-20-2012, 09:20 PM
 
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McElroy is better then Sanchez.
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Old 12-20-2012, 09:23 PM
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McElroy is better then Sanchez.


That's hard to say because he only threw for 29 yds total and the Jets only won 7-6
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:44 AM
 
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Cincinnati can still lose this weekend and get in. Doubtful as they would have to beat Baltimore at home and have Pittsburgh lose once again to Cleveland. Pittsburgh is officially eliminated with a loss, however.
I am assuming that you mean that Cinci loses this weekend and wins in week 17 right?
That would mean that Pitts would lose AGAIN to the Browns but this time at home, while Cinci wins against the Ravens at home

I dunno how likely that is. If Cinci wins they get the Wild Card, if they lose it would take quite a lot to get them in. The Steelers and Ravens would have to both not show up for Cinci to get a shot.
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:58 AM
 
Location: Born & Raised DC > Carolinas > Seattle > Denver
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bengals - steelers is the AFC game of the week IMO. 9ers/hawks of course in the nfc
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:27 AM
 
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bengals - steelers is the AFC game of the week IMO. 9ers/hawks of course in the nfc
And Texans- Vikings is the Inter-conference game of the week in my opinion with Ravens-Giants next.

The Texans win would mean a 1st round Bye, while a Vikings win would keep them in the mix for a WC spot
The Ravens are already in but would clinch the division with a win, while the Giants would greatly improve their playoff hopes with a win.
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:36 AM
 
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damn, i keep forgetting that Peterson alone still has the Vikings in playoff contention...yeah that makes that game a pretty important one.

same with ravens/giants. I want my skins to win the east outright, so I'm rooting for the Ravens and Saints this week
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:43 AM
 
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damn, i keep forgetting that Peterson alone still has the Vikings in playoff contention...yeah that makes that game a pretty important one.

same with ravens/giants. I want my skins to win the east outright, so I'm rooting for the Ravens and Saints this week
Yeah its Arian vs Adrian this weekend. I think this is the first time they face each other.

Dun Dun DUN!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Battle begins!!!!!!!!!!




I hate the Ravens, so its hard for me to support them. I will definitely be rooting for the Saints this week. I keep thinking Dallas is gonna be knocked out every week but the Bengals and Steelers disappointed me in the last two weeks.

The Skins have two Division games left. I think they can win both and win the division outright
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Old 12-22-2012, 06:22 AM
 
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I thought for a long time the Skins best chance is division. The NFC still has more teams than AFC "in the hunt"!

Htown, not being a smarty pants here but . . . . can the Texans hold up against teams in the playoffs with fire power? If teams hold Foster to minimum yards, they can't get the run game going will they be in trouble? I think Texans win this in spite of AP, Ponder is an accident waiting for a place to happen. He took a step back this year (he needs a QB school like McCarthy runs).

Just so you know, I think same thing about the Packers! They need more runs and to protect Aaron better, when he has time, there is nobody better plus the dude can run. He is overlooked in that aspect.
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Old 12-22-2012, 08:20 AM
 
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I thought for a long time the Skins best chance is division. The NFC still has more teams than AFC "in the hunt"!

Htown, not being a smarty pants here but . . . . can the Texans hold up against teams in the playoffs with fire power? If teams hold Foster to minimum yards, they can't get the run game going will they be in trouble? I think Texans win this in spite of AP, Ponder is an accident waiting for a place to happen. He took a step back this year (he needs a QB school like McCarthy runs).

Just so you know, I think same thing about the Packers! They need more runs and to protect Aaron better, when he has time, there is nobody better plus the dude can run. He is overlooked in that aspect.
Well the Texans don't look like they will be facing teams with fire power until the championship game. In the division game they should be facing the Colts or Ravens or Steelers or Bengals. . In the championship game they most probably will be facing either the Broncos or the Pats. I think they can handle the Broncos. The pats, they need to do their research .

Anyway, I am hoping that the Texans make it the championship game, they have never made it before.
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:12 PM
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Well the Texans don't look like they will be facing teams with fire power until the championship game. In the division game they should be facing the Colts or Ravens or Steelers or Bengals. . In the championship game they most probably will be facing either the Broncos or the Pats. I think they can handle the Broncos. The pats, they need to do their research .

Anyway, I am hoping that the Texans make it the championship game, they have never made it before.


You are getting ahead of yourself because you don't even know if the Texans will reach the AFC championship game.
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