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    Most Important Thing in 2006 Season?

    I personally think it was Peyton getting his ring, but Tagliabue and the Saints were tyed for a close second.

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    Peyton Manning. He proved the critics wrong.

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  • sweetness34
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    Originally posted by Dam8610
    Originally posted by sweetness34
    The Bears proving all the media wrong this entire season. :P :D
    Except for that one game... :D

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  • Dam8610
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    Originally posted by sweetness34
    The Bears proving all the media wrong this entire season. :P :D
    Except for that one game... :D

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  • sweetness34
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    The Bears proving all the media wrong this entire season. :P :D

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  • EdReedUnstoppable
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    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    But I will say this who came up with the playing a different division each year idea for scheduling? EXACTLY!
    Okay, it's not funny anymore.
    sure it is watch.....

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  • The Unseen
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    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    But I will say this who came up with the playing a different division each year idea for scheduling? EXACTLY!
    Okay, it's not funny anymore.

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  • EdReedUnstoppable
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    But I will say this who came up with the playing a different division each year idea for scheduling? EXACTLY!

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  • EdReedUnstoppable
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    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Paul "I hate Baltimore" Tagliabue retiring......good riddance, maybe the NFL will stop trying to screw the Ravens, oops wait nope they're already trying to next year with 3 west coast trips.
    The NFL doesn't plan the games in the schedule, you know.

    Or I guess you don't.
    Keep thinking that. 8)
    What, you don't realize that they use a pre-set divisional rotation from each conference, two divisional games home and away, and a team from the other two interconference divisions that finished in the same place in their division as the team did?

    I'm thinking that because it's fact.
    Yes I know how they make the schedules, despite what you may think Im not a moron, but I as a Baltimore person will always think the NFL is screwing us no matter what I have to say to bring it about.

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  • jdcozart
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    This league will miss Paul Tagliabue. He has been the best commissioner in all the major sports since he got the job.

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  • The Unseen
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    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Paul "I hate Baltimore" Tagliabue retiring......good riddance, maybe the NFL will stop trying to screw the Ravens, oops wait nope they're already trying to next year with 3 west coast trips.
    The NFL doesn't plan the games in the schedule, you know.

    Or I guess you don't.
    Keep thinking that. 8)
    What, you don't realize that they use a pre-set divisional rotation from each conference, two divisional games home and away, and a team from the other two interconference divisions that finished in the same place in their division as the team did?

    I'm thinking that because it's fact.

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  • bucknut12
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    Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
    Cowboys found their QB for the next 10 years.
    What doesnt kill em makes em stronger, Romo goes for 4,000 and 30+ next year.
    And then someone wakes you up and tells you "It was all a dream"

    Saints no doubt.

    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Paul "I hate Baltimore" Tagliabue retiring......good riddance, maybe the NFL will stop trying to screw the Ravens, oops wait nope they're already trying to next year with 3 west coast trips.
    Great teams find a way to win.

    Remember that next time you ***** about the schedule.

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  • smittyjs
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    VYisaGOD #1

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  • Hurricane Ditka
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    Originally posted by RCAChainGang
    Originally posted by indyfan1985
    Originally posted by The Unseen
    New Orleans becoming an elite team.

    ...I can't bring myself to credit Peyton Manning for anything...
    First of all, New Orleans is not an elite team. There are only maybe 5 elite teams in this league: Colts, Pats, Chargers, Bears, Ravens. No way does New Orleans fit in the class with those teams. If the Saints were to play any of those teams they would most definately lose.
    Its elite. 2nd in the NFC is great. Having a bye in the first round of the playoffs makes you elite. Plus its only gonna get better if they can bulk up their D.
    Then the 2001 Bears were elite?

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  • EdReedUnstoppable
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    Originally posted by The Unseen
    Originally posted by EdReedUnstoppable
    Paul "I hate Baltimore" Tagliabue retiring......good riddance, maybe the NFL will stop trying to screw the Ravens, oops wait nope they're already trying to next year with 3 west coast trips.
    The NFL doesn't plan the games in the schedule, you know.

    Or I guess you don't.
    Keep thinking that. 8)

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