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Old 01-23-2006, 05:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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You mean there is another game to play?
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Old 01-23-2006, 05:25 PM   #12 (permalink)
 
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Yes. It's called the Pro Bowl.
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Yes. It's called the Pro Bowl.
Is USC in it?
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Originally posted by GLW@Jan 24th '06 @ 8:32 am
Records don't mean ****.

Seahawks relativlely soundly beat a 10-6 Washington team and soundly beat an 11-5 Carolina team, BOTH at home.

Pittsburgh destroyed an 11-5 Cincy team, a 14-2 Colts team and a 13-3 Broncos team, ALL on the road.

There is NO question who the favorite should be and is.
The didn't destroy Indy, they relied on Vanderjagt missing the FG

Your opinion goes beyond biased towards the AFC, and you are going to look like the biggest idiot if the Seahawks win.
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Originally posted by Nathan2804@Jan 23rd '06 @ 4:41 pm
That's Superbowl XL


Not the greatest way for Seahawk fan to kick off a trash talk thread.

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it's funny and sad at the same time that the #1 seed in the NFC is going to be an underdog to the #6 seed in the AFC
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Originally posted by GLW@Jan 23rd '06 @ 4:32 pm
Records don't mean ****.

Seahawks relativlely soundly beat a 10-6 Washington team and soundly beat an 11-5 Carolina team, BOTH at home.

Pittsburgh destroyed an 11-5 Cincy team, a 14-2 Colts team and a 13-3 Broncos team, ALL on the road.

There is NO question who the favorite should be and is.
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Originally posted by Big Africa@Jan 23rd '06 @ 7:34 pm
The didn't destroy Indy, they relied on Vanderjagt missing the FG

Your opinion goes beyond biased towards the AFC, and you are going to look like the biggest idiot if the Seahawks win.
I would say...Indy relied on an unlikely and unbelievable circumstance (the fumble at the endzone) to even have the opportunity for Vandy to miss.

Pittsburgh owned that game and Indy almost pulled a rabbit out of their ***. Pitt didn't "rely on a missed FG" for anything.
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Originally posted by GLW@Jan 23rd '06 @ 3:32 pm
Records don't mean ****.

Seahawks relativlely soundly beat a 10-6 Washington team and soundly beat an 11-5 Carolina team, BOTH at home.

Pittsburgh destroyed an 11-5 Cincy team, a 14-2 Colts team and a 13-3 Broncos team, ALL on the road.

There is NO question who the favorite should be and is.
Steelers did a good job knocking off the 1,2,3 seeds in the AFC. But, that first game in Cincy was ****ed. Palmer on the 2nd play from scrimmage torched them for a 60 yrd bomb then got injured by a cheep shot by the D-lineman. I think that if palmer was healthy it would have made a big difference in the decision of that game. But I'm not going to complain because now we get the 6th seeded AFC team instead of maybe the 1# team(I'm saying that Colts would have beat cincy and then The broncos, all if Palmer's knee didn't get blown out).
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