- 01/08/2013, 02:36PM ET
HighwayCrossingFrog said 01/08, 02:36 PM
1. Notre dame..
I'm just being thilly.. We like to have fun..
Easiest road to the SB..
2. Buckin broncos
3. SEATTLE, yeah yeah boy!
Easiest road to the semis..
Losers losers losers..
They have the best chance of beating my sexy dark horse pick..
Beat them like a half horse half sea gull..
Similar to Atlanta.. But not quite as consistent..
Plus pats should cruise vs them..
It's a noice.. Really juicy match up for us..
If you will.. And I know you will..
Distance distance distance
THIS YEARS SUPER LOSERS..
They are both lamer than the pick up line..
KISS ME ITS MY BIRTHDAY!!
YOU HAVE SOMETHING ON YOUR LIP!!
LET ME SMELL IT!!!!
(I just made that one up, ha ha)..
When he is on..
He is more than capable of beautiful beautiful butterflies..
We are talking red lobster dinner on me folks!
SO HEAR US WHEN WE CRY TO THEE FOR THOSE IN PERIL ON THE SEA..
Here's the dirty secret on black and blue..
They have lost to Peyton 9 freakin straight times..
Ha ha LAME! LAME!! LAME!!!
My logic is undeniable:)
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 01/09, 09:21 AM
You're logic is underwhelming at best!!! :^D
The road to the SB in the AFC goes thru Denver that's why they???re number one. Mile High Stadium (7-1) is a big home field advantage for the Broncos. Baltimore hasn't beaten Peyton since 2001. And, Baltimore is only a .500 team on the road while the rest of the AFC was 6-2 on the road.
The Pack are the only NFC team of this group to win a SB recently. The Falcons have tanked their last two trips to the playoffs. Until they prove they are not an East Coast version of Dallas I will put them last in this group.
Baltimore's .500 road record and losing 4 of their last 5 regular season games puts them last. And winning at home against a rookie QB in his first playoff game didn't help them at all. Houston drops below the top 3 NFC teams cause Schaub needs to prove he can beat good teams in the playoffs.
That's some of my logic for whatever that's worth! (probably not a thing!!!)
HighwayCrossingFrog said 01/09, 11:27 AM
I won't lie..
Whilst I do think the broncos are an over all better team than the pats..
Hey, who needs defense right? Ha ha..
And our defense could very well be our final undoing in the finals..
There is this little thing called match ups..
We just match up well against the Bronx..
We cruised against them this year..
And destroyed them twice last year..
Again let me reiterate..
Yes the broncos would have a better chance against ANY NFC team..
But what good is that, when you are sitting on the couch eating popcorn and sipping on gin and juice?
The falcons last???
I don't know what you are smoking..
But it's not legal! (J/k:)..
Obviously what ever I'm smoking is only making me smarter..
Guess 14-2 doesn't mean what it used to..
So you would rather trust su-k--c--y su--k--c--y kaepernick?
Let it go buddy.. Let it go..
Kaepernick is gone..
His body still remains..
BUT YOU CAN'T TRUST THAT WEIRDO!!
He fumbles the ball more than a little girl smoking ciggarettes, watching captain kangeroo and playing Texas hold 'em.. On Xanax!!!!!!!!
See what I mean?
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 01/09, 03:11 PM
So you admit the Broncos are better but b/c the Pats beat the Tebow led Broncos twice LAST year the Pats have the better match up this year. WHAT???!!!
That Denver/NE game was in NE. If they meet in the playoffs it will be at Denver. The Broncos were 7-1 at home this year. And, as you so helpfully pointed out Denver has a top 5 D. They also have a top 5 Offense. NE has the top Offense but they were 25th in Total Defense. Both their divisions suck so they only had one (Denver) or two (NE) quality wins.
Yes, the Falcons last in the NFC [Sorry PCHY and Outlaw].
14-2 does still mean something BUT Atlanta was 13-3! They were 2-2 in their last 4 games and their division sucked as bad as Denver's and NE's with no other teams over .500. Their D is 24th in Total Defense and all 3 of their losses came after week 9 (2nd half of season). They were 8-0 in 1st half of the season and 5-3 in the second half.
The 49ers don't have to rely on Kaepernick to win just not lose the game b/c they still have a top 5 D not that that will help against the Pack.
Seattle also has a top 5 D and beatdown the 49ers in week 16 (42-13)
NO, I have no idea what you mean.
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 01/10, 09:19 AM
Is your 3rd argument your way of conceding, HCF?????
Denver has homefield throughout the playoffs, that makes them number 1 in my mind. If Denver had to play at NE where they've already lost once this season to get to the SB then NE would be #1.
The Pack have done this and won it all only 2 years ago in 2010 (Feb 2011 SB) and get to host a homegame if Seattle beats the Falcons. Seattle has the top D left in the playoffs and a rookie QB looking to make history in the NFC (I think but since HCF mailed in his 3rd argument I'm not gonna bother to look it up) by reaching the NFC championship game. This has been done several time recently (since 2004 - Big Ben and I think Sanchez and Flacko but not gonna look that up either) by AFC rookie QBs.
In case you haven't noticed, my top 4 overall are who I'm picking (not that that means much) to win this weekend and of course the bottom 4 to lose.
I think Houston would be a favorite this year given their great D if Scbaub hadn't gotten hurt last year and missed the playoffs thus missing valuable playoff experience. The Falcons still need to prove they're for real and Baltimore backed into the playoffs.
That's all folks!!! ;^)
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