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MIADolFan
01-06-2004, 03:50 PM
Who will be winning their games this week?

TEN @ NE - I think Tennessee will find a way to win this one... the Pats luck has run out.

CAR @ StL - St. Louis is tough at home... but out on a limb... CAR will win. If Carolina wins and GB pulls out a win over Philly. The Championship Game goes to Carolina.

GB @ PHI - Green Bay has the "Mojo" goin on. Close game but Green Bay will fall in Philadelphia.

IND @ KC- Indy will tear apart a suspect bad Defense.

Bowl_Bound
01-06-2004, 04:01 PM
Originally posted by MIADolFan
Who will be winning their games this week?

TEN @ NE - I think Tennessee will find a way to win this one... the Pats luck has run out.

CAR @ StL - St. Louis is tough at home... but out on a limb... CAR will win. If Carolina wins and GB pulls out a win over Philly. The Championship Game goes to Carolina.

GB @ PHI - Green Bay has the "Mojo" goin on. Close game but Green Bay will fall in Philadelphia.

IND @ KC- Indy will tear apart a suspect bad Defense.


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DolphinDevil28
01-06-2004, 04:04 PM
pats over Titans:barf:

Rams over Panthers

Eagles over Pack

Colts over Chiefs

aquaman
01-06-2004, 04:07 PM
pats, rams, colts,gb

hunter5nc1
01-06-2004, 04:12 PM
Titans over THEM

Rams over Kitty Kats

Eagles over Packers

Indy over Over Rated Chiefs

akfinfan
01-06-2004, 04:35 PM
Philadelphia has (2) major problems against Green Bay.

1. Their Run Defense absolutley Sucks, and Ahman Grenn will have a field day, posting over 160 Total yards.

2. Brian Westbrook is not playing, and he the reason Philly made thier run the last half of the season.

So what the game is in Philly, Green Bay will win this game, Philly doesn't have an offense even close to comparable to Seattle's, and their inability to stop the run will be their downfall. Green Bay wins this game by 6 or more.

Fresh
01-06-2004, 05:03 PM
Birds over Pack
Panthers over Rams
Tits over Pats
Colts over Chiefs

Call me crazy, but I'm picking THREE, yes three.. road teams.

CirclingWagons
01-06-2004, 05:08 PM
Patriots 23, Titans 20(OT): The luck/skill continues

Chiefs 34, Colts 28: Two horrible defenses(yes, Colt D very overrated), like the Chiefs who are 8-0 at home.

Packers 27, Eagles 17: Ahman Green will kill them, only this time without all the turnovers.

Rams 19, Panthers 17: Panthers will need to duplicate their 0 penalties/0 turnovers effort to win on the fast track...still, like them to keep it close.

T-Bone
01-06-2004, 05:14 PM
Patsies over Titans
Rams over Panthers
Philly over GB
Indy vs KC :confused: alright - KC in overtime

Dolphins99Fan
01-06-2004, 11:31 PM
AFC

Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots

- Of all the teams in the AFC Playoffs, league co-MVP Steve McNair and his Tennessee Titans are the one team that could go punch for punch with New England at home.

The Titans are riding an emotional high, coming off a victory in a game where McNair had perhaps his worst performance of the season, throwing three interceptions.

Despite the lousy start to the playoffs, look for McNair to come out firing bullets, and for the Tennesee D to force Brady in to a lot of rushed judgement passes.

This game is going to go right down to the wire, and should be determined by special teams play. That being said, I feel that New England's home field advantage will play key and the Pats will squeak out a 13-10 nail biter.

Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs

- Of all the higher ranked seeds, the Chiefs are the one who appear most prone to an early exit.

Their defense is suspect at best, and they have struggled horribly against the run all season.

Look for Edgerrin James to have a huge performance, while Manning puts up pretty respectable numbers of his own against KC in a 38-30 Colt victory.

NFC

Carolina Panthers at St. Louis Rams

- The Panthers made their first playoff victory since 1996 look incredibly easy, romping Dallas 29-10.

You can bet the farm that it won't be nearly that easy this time around, as they travel to St. Louis and face the Rams.

The Panthers will keep it close, however for a team with a suspect secondary, the LAST team they want to face is the Rams.

Rams 31, Panthers 20

Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles

- It's been a magical month for the Green Bay Packers.

Facing the brink of elimination and needing help from the lowly Arizona Cardinals just to get in to the playoffs, things seemed bleak for the Pack, especially when the Cards found themselves trailing 17-6 with under 2 minutes remaining.

Fortunately for them, Josh McCown became John Elway and led the Cardinals to an improbable 14 unanswered points to aid their Wisconsin bretheren in to the Playoffs.

Last week against Seattle, the team once again hit a stroke of magic, getting an Al Wilson interception return for a touchdown in overtime to steal yet another advancement ticket.

Unfortunately, good luck lasts only so long. This week, the Pack travels in to the hostile Lincoln Financial Field against an Eagle squad that is hell bent on going to the Super Bowl. With or without Brian Westbrook, the Eagles will pull out a victory.

Eagles 28, Packers 10