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  • #16
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    • #17
      Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
      From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

      Baltimore vs. New Orleans
      or
      Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

      I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

      I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
      Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

      You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

      I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

      I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

      The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

      And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.


      Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

      Originally posted by JBCX
      Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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      • #18
        Baltimore V Philly
        Baltimore SB Champs

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        • #19
          Originally posted by sweetness34
          Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
          From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

          Baltimore vs. New Orleans
          or
          Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

          I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

          I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
          Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

          You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

          I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

          I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

          The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

          And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.

          Both New Orleans and Philly can go to Chicago and win. Easily. Both teams have smart Quarterbacks, good running games, and underrated defense. Both teams have had exceptional offensive line play all season. Both can put pressure on a inexperienced playoff QB like Rex Grossman and force him to make the mistakes that he's so used to making. Both have smart head coaches who have done a great job all season in making adjustments when necessary. The weather is about the only thing you've got going for you right now (and you're not a weatherman so quit trying to predict the weather). The Saints just dominated the Giants with their running game. Weather has no effect on running the ball. The Bears run D is soft. I could go on. Right now, today, the Saints and Eagles are better teams than the Bears.

          Deal with it. If you can't admit that Chicago has some serious flaws and question marks that make them a worse team than their record indicates, then I'm not even going to bother with continuing this argument.
          The Poster Formerly Known As #1SaintsFan

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          • #20
            Baltimore Ravens vs. Philadelphia Eagles

            Ravens win in a close one.

            Beastly sig by BoneKrusher

            Super Bowl XLIV Champions
            WHO DAT!

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            • #21
              it going to a AFC

              my call the ravens or the chargers
              Michael Vick 2.0 = Part 2 - 2011 NFL Season

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              • #22
                Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                Originally posted by sweetness34
                Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

                Baltimore vs. New Orleans
                or
                Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

                I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

                I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
                Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

                You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

                I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

                I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

                The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

                And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.

                Both New Orleans and Philly can go to Chicago and win. Easily. Both teams have smart Quarterbacks, good running games, and underrated defense. Both teams have had exceptional offensive line play all season. Both can put pressure on a inexperienced playoff QB like Rex Grossman and force him to make the mistakes that he's so used to making. Both have smart head coaches who have done a great job all season in making adjustments when necessary. The weather is about the only thing you've got going for you right now (and you're not a weatherman so quit trying to predict the weather). The Saints just dominated the Giants with their running game. Weather has no effect on running the ball. The Bears run D is soft. I could go on. Right now, today, the Saints and Eagles are better teams than the Bears.

                Deal with it. If you can't admit that Chicago has some serious flaws and question marks that make them a worse team than their record indicates, then I'm not even going to bother with continuing this argument.
                Every team in the NFC has friggin flaws dude, even your Saints have flaws. The fact is I cannot see Brees having that much success in Chicago. And if everything goes according to plan then that's where you'll have to come. Sure we have flaws, but so do a lot of teams. The fact remains we blew out 8 teams this season in our wins and we went 12-2 in meaningful games this season. Screw the weak schedule ********, we had one bad loss this year and that was to Miami in which we basically imploded on ourselves. The NE game I kinda expected us to lose.

                You guys were all over the Saints praising them as the best team in the NFC after they beat Dallas, and then they go and lose to the lowly Redskins at home, in a crucial game. We've been the most consistent team in the NFC this season, period end of story. Sure we've played close games and won them, but the bottom line is that we WON those games.

                I'm not saying we're a shoe in for the SB, not at all. Sure New Orleans could come in and beat Chicago but I just don't see it. I have a hard time believing your team (which does play in a dome) coming up here and beating us in Chicago.

                Like I said, the team that runs the ball most efficiently b/w the two is going to win, and right now my money is on Chicago's running game. It'd be a great game so we'll see.

                But you're arugment that we have flaws is pretty funny in that EVERY TEAM IN THE NFC RIGHT NOW HAS SOME MAJOR FLAWS.


                Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                Originally posted by JBCX
                Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                • #23
                  Ravens over Saints by 14-21 points.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by 2drama
                    it going to a AFC

                    my call the ravens or the chargers
                    Way to go out on a limb there. :roll:

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by cardsalltheway
                      Originally posted by 2drama
                      it going to a AFC

                      my call the ravens or the chargers
                      Way to go out on a limb there. :roll:


                      I still think it'll be the Chargers out of the AFC, but I have no clue in the NFC right now. It's a crap shoot.


                      Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                      Originally posted by JBCX
                      Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                      • #26
                        Colts/Chargers

                        Oh? The actual Superbowl?

                        Chargers: 26
                        Saints: 17

                        MVP: cmon who do ya think

                        credit to cardsalltheway

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by sweetness34
                          Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                          Originally posted by sweetness34
                          Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                          From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

                          Baltimore vs. New Orleans
                          or
                          Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

                          I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

                          I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
                          Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

                          You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

                          I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

                          I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

                          The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

                          And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.

                          Both New Orleans and Philly can go to Chicago and win. Easily. Both teams have smart Quarterbacks, good running games, and underrated defense. Both teams have had exceptional offensive line play all season. Both can put pressure on a inexperienced playoff QB like Rex Grossman and force him to make the mistakes that he's so used to making. Both have smart head coaches who have done a great job all season in making adjustments when necessary. The weather is about the only thing you've got going for you right now (and you're not a weatherman so quit trying to predict the weather). The Saints just dominated the Giants with their running game. Weather has no effect on running the ball. The Bears run D is soft. I could go on. Right now, today, the Saints and Eagles are better teams than the Bears.

                          Deal with it. If you can't admit that Chicago has some serious flaws and question marks that make them a worse team than their record indicates, then I'm not even going to bother with continuing this argument.
                          Every team in the NFC has friggin flaws dude, even your Saints have flaws. The fact is I cannot see Brees having that much success in Chicago. And if everything goes according to plan then that's where you'll have to come. Sure we have flaws, but so do a lot of teams. The fact remains we blew out 8 teams this season in our wins and we went 12-2 in meaningful games this season. Screw the weak schedule ***********, we had one bad loss this year and that was to Miami in which we basically imploded on ourselves. The NE game I kinda expected us to lose.

                          You guys were all over the Saints praising them as the best team in the NFC after they beat Dallas, and then they go and lose to the lowly Redskins at home, in a crucial game. We've been the most consistent team in the NFC this season, period end of story. Sure we've played close games and won them, but the bottom line is that we WON those games.

                          I'm not saying we're a shoe in for the SB, not at all. Sure New Orleans could come in and beat Chicago but I just don't see it. I have a hard time believing your team (which does play in a dome) coming up here and beating us in Chicago.

                          Like I said, the team that runs the ball most efficiently b/w the two is going to win, and right now my money is on Chicago's running game. It'd be a great game so we'll see.

                          But you're arugment that we have flaws is pretty funny in that EVERY TEAM IN THE NFC RIGHT NOW HAS SOME MAJOR FLAWS.
                          Whoa, slow down. Never did I once say that New Orleans (or any other team) didn't have flaws, so kindly stop putting words in my mouth. WHAT I SAID was that Chicago's flaws keeps them from being as good a team as their record indicates. Most 13-3 teams have had a lot less flaws and question marks than Chicago does.
                          The Poster Formerly Known As #1SaintsFan

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                            Originally posted by sweetness34
                            Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                            Originally posted by sweetness34
                            Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                            From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

                            Baltimore vs. New Orleans
                            or
                            Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

                            I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

                            I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
                            Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

                            You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

                            I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

                            I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

                            The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

                            And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.

                            Both New Orleans and Philly can go to Chicago and win. Easily. Both teams have smart Quarterbacks, good running games, and underrated defense. Both teams have had exceptional offensive line play all season. Both can put pressure on a inexperienced playoff QB like Rex Grossman and force him to make the mistakes that he's so used to making. Both have smart head coaches who have done a great job all season in making adjustments when necessary. The weather is about the only thing you've got going for you right now (and you're not a weatherman so quit trying to predict the weather). The Saints just dominated the Giants with their running game. Weather has no effect on running the ball. The Bears run D is soft. I could go on. Right now, today, the Saints and Eagles are better teams than the Bears.

                            Deal with it. If you can't admit that Chicago has some serious flaws and question marks that make them a worse team than their record indicates, then I'm not even going to bother with continuing this argument.
                            Every team in the NFC has friggin flaws dude, even your Saints have flaws. The fact is I cannot see Brees having that much success in Chicago. And if everything goes according to plan then that's where you'll have to come. Sure we have flaws, but so do a lot of teams. The fact remains we blew out 8 teams this season in our wins and we went 12-2 in meaningful games this season. Screw the weak schedule ***********, we had one bad loss this year and that was to Miami in which we basically imploded on ourselves. The NE game I kinda expected us to lose.

                            You guys were all over the Saints praising them as the best team in the NFC after they beat Dallas, and then they go and lose to the lowly Redskins at home, in a crucial game. We've been the most consistent team in the NFC this season, period end of story. Sure we've played close games and won them, but the bottom line is that we WON those games.

                            I'm not saying we're a shoe in for the SB, not at all. Sure New Orleans could come in and beat Chicago but I just don't see it. I have a hard time believing your team (which does play in a dome) coming up here and beating us in Chicago.

                            Like I said, the team that runs the ball most efficiently b/w the two is going to win, and right now my money is on Chicago's running game. It'd be a great game so we'll see.

                            But you're arugment that we have flaws is pretty funny in that EVERY TEAM IN THE NFC RIGHT NOW HAS SOME MAJOR FLAWS.
                            Whoa, slow down. Never did I once say that New Orleans (or any other team) didn't have flaws, so kindly stop putting words in my mouth. WHAT I SAID was that Chicago's flaws keeps them from being as good a team as their record indicates. Most 13-3 teams have had a lot less flaws and question marks than Chicago does.
                            Sorry sweetness gets a little excited sometimes.

                            Eh with SD I question their WR's abilities to make big plays for Rivers, I question Rivers a bit, and I question their pass defense which has been inconsistent.

                            My concern is our pass D and Rex. Getting a full healthy secondary back should help with Peanut and Vash at corner, and Ricky back at Nickel.

                            But I really think Rex holds the key to our success. If he does well we'll be fine IMO, if he doesn't we're in for an early exit.

                            Some people say we beat up on a weak schedule, well we beat the teams we were supposed to beat. And in 8 of them we blew the team out of the water. Sure if we played your guys' schedule we probably would've had maybe a loss or two more, but I can't predict that.

                            We'll see come playoff team which team is for real and which team isn't.


                            Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                            Originally posted by JBCX
                            Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                            • #29
                              Here's my breakdown of each team and their question marks....

                              AFC:

                              San Diego - Can Rivers step up and be consistent? Can their pass defense step up? Will their lack of WR depth hurt?

                              Baltimore - Can McNair stay healthy? Can Lewis keep his running success going? Can they put up points?

                              Indy - Defense, defense, defense. Can they keep teams off the scoreboard?

                              KC - Trent Green is a question mark, as is their WR's. Defense needs to step up as well.

                              Pats - Not a lot of weapons for Brady, and their D has been shaky lately. Also, the loss of Harrison will hurt very much as well.

                              Jets - Can they get a consistent running game? Can Pennington continue playing like he has this season?

                              NFC:

                              Chicago - Can Rex lead this team? Can our D return to form (especially the pass D right now)?

                              New Orleans - Can New Orleans run the ball consistently and not become pass happy? Defense will need to show up and keep point totals down.

                              Dallas - Consistency on both sides of the ball is their main concern. They've got the talent, but consistency is a huge concern for them. As is Romo's inconsistency and pass defense.

                              Giants - Eli's play is a question mark, can Plaxico step up and be a major weapon, and can their team battle injury problems on both sides of the ball?

                              Eagles - Will Garcia finally plateau? I have a feeling he might. Also will they keep going to Westbrook on the ground? Hottest team in the NFC right now.

                              Seattle - Defense is a question mark and can their offense finally get going?

                              Just some question marks for each team entering the playoffs.


                              Another sig courtesy of BoneKrusher

                              Originally posted by JBCX
                              Despite looking better against an underachieving Eagles team, I still think the Bears are one of the worst teams in the NFL. I smell a blowout victory by the Lions this week and a division sweep.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by sweetness34
                                Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                                Originally posted by sweetness34
                                Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                                Originally posted by sweetness34
                                Originally posted by TPFKA#1SaintsFan
                                From the NFC, it will be either New Orleans or Philadelphia. Chicago is one of the most flawed and worst 13-3 teams in recent history (I'm not saying they're a bad team, just nowhere near as good as their record indicates). From the AFC I think it will be Baltimore, who is the complete opposite of Chicago, and one of the most underrated 13-3 teams in a while. So it will be either:

                                Baltimore vs. New Orleans
                                or
                                Baltimore vs. Philadelphia

                                I think the NFC team will win the Superbowl. Both the Saints and Eagles have underrated, "bend but don't break" defenses and their offenses are ranked #1 and #2 in the NFL, respectively.

                                I hate to say it but I have a feeling it will be Philly. They're the hottest team in the NFC (maybe even the NFL) right now.
                                Considering we've been one of the most consistent teams in the NFL this entire season, I don't see where you're getting at (I'm not counting the last two games). We threw up 2 stinkers this year (Miami and Arizona), and I put those games on Rex. The New England game we were in until the very end, sure it wasn't one of our better games but we didn't play horribly. Plus it was the 3rd of a 3 game road trip out East where we went 2-1.

                                You highly overrate your Saints my friend. I have concerns about your defense and if you come to Chicago, I have a hard time seeing you put up the points needed to win this game. Mainly because Brees won't be able to air it out (I'm predicting some nasty weather) like he's been able to. And our run D has actually been pretty good the past couple weeks, it's been our pass D that's sucked, but keep in mind we haven't had our regular secondary for the past what like 4 or 5 weeks (both Vash and Peanut have been out). The team that runs the ball the most efficiently IMO will win this game, and we have one of the hottest running games right now in the NFL. Cedric Benson has been beastly and TJ is usually very consistent.

                                I'm not going to throw the disrespect card out because that would be immature of me to do but if we play like I know how we can play, we will win the NFC. Why? Because I believe we're the most complete team in the NFC when we're hitting on cylinders.

                                I will say this though, I would not be suprised to see an early exit from the playoffs because of how much parody there is in the NFC and if Grossman decides to show Bad Rexy.

                                The NFC is a crapshoot right now. Philly could stay hot and win it, Dallas could wake up and win it, New Orleans could shock me and win it, or my Bears could take care of business and win it. And honestly I don't know who to pick right now.

                                And btw CM4, do you have any backing to why Grossman "sucks"? Grossman is the future, and management won't give up on him. They're going to let him develop over the next couple seasons and see where he goes.

                                Both New Orleans and Philly can go to Chicago and win. Easily. Both teams have smart Quarterbacks, good running games, and underrated defense. Both teams have had exceptional offensive line play all season. Both can put pressure on a inexperienced playoff QB like Rex Grossman and force him to make the mistakes that he's so used to making. Both have smart head coaches who have done a great job all season in making adjustments when necessary. The weather is about the only thing you've got going for you right now (and you're not a weatherman so quit trying to predict the weather). The Saints just dominated the Giants with their running game. Weather has no effect on running the ball. The Bears run D is soft. I could go on. Right now, today, the Saints and Eagles are better teams than the Bears.

                                Deal with it. If you can't admit that Chicago has some serious flaws and question marks that make them a worse team than their record indicates, then I'm not even going to bother with continuing this argument.
                                Every team in the NFC has friggin flaws dude, even your Saints have flaws. The fact is I cannot see Brees having that much success in Chicago. And if everything goes according to plan then that's where you'll have to come. Sure we have flaws, but so do a lot of teams. The fact remains we blew out 8 teams this season in our wins and we went 12-2 in meaningful games this season. Screw the weak schedule ***********, we had one bad loss this year and that was to Miami in which we basically imploded on ourselves. The NE game I kinda expected us to lose.

                                You guys were all over the Saints praising them as the best team in the NFC after they beat Dallas, and then they go and lose to the lowly Redskins at home, in a crucial game. We've been the most consistent team in the NFC this season, period end of story. Sure we've played close games and won them, but the bottom line is that we WON those games.

                                I'm not saying we're a shoe in for the SB, not at all. Sure New Orleans could come in and beat Chicago but I just don't see it. I have a hard time believing your team (which does play in a dome) coming up here and beating us in Chicago.

                                Like I said, the team that runs the ball most efficiently b/w the two is going to win, and right now my money is on Chicago's running game. It'd be a great game so we'll see.

                                But you're arugment that we have flaws is pretty funny in that EVERY TEAM IN THE NFC RIGHT NOW HAS SOME MAJOR FLAWS.
                                Whoa, slow down. Never did I once say that New Orleans (or any other team) didn't have flaws, so kindly stop putting words in my mouth. WHAT I SAID was that Chicago's flaws keeps them from being as good a team as their record indicates. Most 13-3 teams have had a lot less flaws and question marks than Chicago does.
                                Sorry sweetness gets a little excited sometimes.

                                Eh with SD I question their WR's abilities to make big plays for Rivers, I question Rivers a bit, and I question their pass defense which has been inconsistent.

                                My concern is our pass D and Rex. Getting a full healthy secondary back should help with Peanut and Vash at corner, and Ricky back at Nickel.

                                But I really think Rex holds the key to our success. If he does well we'll be fine IMO, if he doesn't we're in for an early exit.

                                Some people say we beat up on a weak schedule, well we beat the teams we were supposed to beat. And in 8 of them we blew the team out of the water. Sure if we played your guys' schedule we probably would've had maybe a loss or two more, but I can't predict that.

                                We'll see come playoff team which team is for real and which team isn't.
                                For sure. Please realize that I made mention in my original post that I don't think the Bears are a bad team. But I don't think they've been all that much better than the Saints or Eagles all season, and as of right now New Orleans and Philly are playing better.
                                The Poster Formerly Known As #1SaintsFan

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