- 02/09/2013, 01:44AM ET
()0P()0C()0H~HBO SAT. 6 PM! said 02/09, 01:44 AM
I have a repeat of the '99 Superbowl. Falcons vs Broncos
()0P()0C()0H~HBO SAT. 6 PM! said 02/09, 10:24 PM
T-Title Town? Not so, the last 2 superbowls he's lost, and Wes Welker is a free agent.
O-Offense is great, like it always has, but it's defense? Needs help. Hopefully they'll get Ed Reed.
M-Mothertime, yes, not father time, will run out. Gisele will tell him to quit winning, and it will be sad song singing time for the Pats, or will it? Ryan Mallett is getting some great clip board studying.
B-Bad Alcoholic is Gronk. Did you see him ddt his buddy on stage? What a joke Gronk is. Fist pumping n sh8t.
R-Radio Flyer.. Jesus, the Pats secondary isn't the sharpest, and Vincent Wilford can't do it all at the line!
A-****/sore loser. Has anybody seen the way he gets off the field quick when he loses. It's the drive!
D- hooDy, Billichek's a bad man, can't really argue against you on that standpoint, Jim.
Y-Yes, the Pats could go back to the Superbowl easily, but I have to be honest. I think Brady won't have it as easy as he has, and Brady is much wiser, but the limbs aren't going any faster. I'm not saying he's old, he's not, but there's gotta be a slight downfall sometime! haha
Falcons won their 1st playoff game w/ Matt Ryan, confidence BUILDER MTC
JimJ77 Can't make it up said 02/10, 10:47 AM
Yes Brady has lost two SBs now but that doesn't mean he can't get to the SB next season. The TD is about getting there not winning it. The Pats have been to the SB and the AFC championship games the last two seasons. They lost to Baltimore but Baltimore is losing the heart and soul of their defense and they have major salary cap issues.
NE on the other hand it loaded with young talent. 38 players on the roster are 25 years or under. And the young roster has playoff experience.
As long as Brady and Belichick are at the helm NE will always be in the hunt for the SB. Your Denver pick is a decent one but will Manning's neck hold up over the course of another season? Will John Fox suddenly become a good coach and not crap his pants in big games? Will the Denver defense finally stop the NE offense? Too many question marks for me.
NE is loaded and will make it back to the SB out of a weak AFC.
Seattle is also loaded. They have a great defense and a great running game and they've finally added a QB. Russell Wilson proved he's a stud and I expect them to improve next season and put a serious run at the SB.
Overall I think Seattle is just a better team than Atlanta.
()0P()0C()0H~HBO SAT. 6 PM! said 02/10, 11:21 PM
[I]NE is loaded and will make it back to the SB out of a weak AFC.[/b]
You never know man, Peyton's still there, sh8t Luck's only going to improve, and they're going to put pieces around him, and there's always Flacco, and even Phillip Rivers might be re-juvenated. Laugh all you want about Rivers, but he just received a nice addition, his coach, and former Offensive coordnator of the Broncos. Not too shabby on defense this year. (Broncos)
Yeah, the Falcons are better than the Seahawks. They beat them in the playoffs. Unlike Russell, we have a pocket passer. Also, Golden Tate can just go ahead and tie Julio Jones' shoes.
Teams change, GROW for God's sake. Everybody and their momma thought Matty Ice wouldn't get a playoff win this year, and if it wasn't for two stupid mistakes, they would been in the Superbowl. Falcons were handling the 9'ers in the first half of the game. ****, Julio Jones had over a 100 yards in the first quarter of the NFC championship. Russell Wilson is a cut throat good ball players, but the Falcons have the best wr corpse in the game, even if Tony G retires, I stand behind that. Matt Ryan suffered huge heartbreak this year, and he'll be back. #bet
JimJ77 Can't make it up said 02/11, 10:54 PM
Instead of just QB's I'll just go ahead and list the teams you seem to think have a shot in the AFC.
Luck and Indy. Solid team, not quite ready for prime time though. What's going to happen with Freeney and Mathis? Pats destroyed them 59-24 this past season. I don't see the gap being closed.
Rivers and San Diego. Do I really need to say anything but really?
Flacco and Baltimore. Just went over who they're losing and the fact that they're $5mil over the cap without taken into account Flacco's ridiculous contract he's about to get.
Manning and Denver. Went over the question marks already. Fox or Belichick? Who you taking come playoff time?
Pats have the least amount of question marks. They have the QB and the coach and an extremely young roster. They are the favorites in the AFC.
That Falcons- Seahawks game could have went either way and the game was in Atlanta. Seahawks have a better defense, a better running game, and hate to break it to ya but Wilson is damn good in the pocket. Or don't you remember that playoff game where he was 24-36 for 385 yards and 2 TDs against Atlanta?
Seattle has a better overall team than Atlanta and they will make it in the NFC.
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