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    Guest started a topic Who has the best Defense in the NFL?

    Who has the best Defense in the NFL?

    this year i say Ravens Defence will be a scoreing machine

    what your awnsers?

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    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    Originally posted by scorchin
    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.
    Let's see, Dallas wasn't in the playoffs, Philly was horrible. Atlanta is nothing more than a .500 team and N.O. are you kidding me? Sounds like a great NFC. Get real, the NFC is still not good.
    NEWSFLASH: Every year is different. Youd be a fool to think that Dallas isn't gonna be good this year, heck 3 teams from the NFC East alone are SB contenders. NO will surprise people, mark it down. They aren't that bad of a team, they threw in the towel last year bc they gave up on their coach and bc of Katrina. This year they have a real qb and added Bush, they will be a good team. Who's great in the AFC? If anything the AFC is weak, you have the Steelers, possibly the Patriots, possibly the Dolphins, and a Colts team that can't put it together in the playoffs. Thats real weak. Cinncy will have a down year, who else is there? Should I trust Jake Plummer with the Broncos? Probably not.
    It's all speculation, it means nothing until the the season is played. As of right now, I just don't see the NFC being better.

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  • keylime_5
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    Bears right now until the Panthers and their sick middle defense proves me wrong

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  • Jughead10
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    Don't forget the Chiefs. Losing Roaf will hurt them, but they are always dangerous. I have them down as a playoff team this year.

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  • bigbluedefense
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    Originally posted by scorchin
    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.
    Let's see, Dallas wasn't in the playoffs, Philly was horrible. Atlanta is nothing more than a .500 team and N.O. are you kidding me? Sounds like a great NFC. Get real, the NFC is still not good.
    NEWSFLASH: Every year is different. Youd be a fool to think that Dallas isn't gonna be good this year, heck 3 teams from the NFC East alone are SB contenders. NO will surprise people, mark it down. They aren't that bad of a team, they threw in the towel last year bc they gave up on their coach and bc of Katrina. This year they have a real qb and added Bush, they will be a good team. Who's great in the AFC? If anything the AFC is weak, you have the Steelers, possibly the Patriots, possibly the Dolphins, and a Colts team that can't put it together in the playoffs. Thats real weak. Cinncy will have a down year, who else is there? Should I trust Jake Plummer with the Broncos? Probably not.

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    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.
    Let's see, Dallas wasn't in the playoffs, Philly was horrible. Atlanta is nothing more than a .500 team and N.O. are you kidding me? Sounds like a great NFC. Get real, the NFC is still not good.

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  • The Unseen
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    But remember John Elway was considered a choke artist before he won those 2 superbowls.
    Really? He had always been known as a comeback artist and actually got to the Super Bowl, only to get blown out three times.

    This Elway excuse is tiring to hear.

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    the pats game was the one i was talking about where he actually did choke. Peyton came to play against the Steelers, the O-line didnt but i agree i dont want to get in another peyton debate. But remember John Elway was considered a choke artist before he won those 2 superbowls.

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  • bigbluedefense
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    Originally posted by cardsalltheway
    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.
    will you please shut up about peyton choking? he has only choked in one playoff game in his career. i get tired of hearing about how much people think he chokes.
    So I guess he didn't choke against the Titans at home the year they went 14-2 and were favored in the game? Or last year against Pitt? Or the year before in NE (not only did his D stink it up, but he did too, theres no denying that). I like Peyton, but I don't know if I can trust his playoff bravado anymore after last year. Say what you want about his stats, anyone who watched the game knows he didn't show up. Even before the pressure got to him he was throwing off. I don't want to spark a Peyton debate, but to say he plays at the same level in the playoffs relative to his regular season performances is just silly.

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    Originally posted by bigbluedefense
    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.
    will you please shut up about peyton choking? he has only choked in one playoff game in his career. i get tired of hearing about how much people think he chokes.

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  • bigbluedefense
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    The NFC is stronger than the AFC. We have the Cowboys, Redskins and Giants in the East, maybe even the Eagles. In the South we have Carolina, Tampa, Atlanta, and possibly NO. The North has Chicago and a bunch of nobodies, and the West has Seattle.

    All of those teams are legit and can give any AFC team a run for their money. NE is getting older, Miami is one Cullpepper injury away from being avg, Pittsburgh is good but most likely won't repeat, Cinncy is not gonna be good this year, Baltimore still has ? on offense, SD has a rook QB, Denver still has Plumber, and Peyton is still choking on last night's dinner.

    I don't see how you can say the AFC is much more talented.

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    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by Finsfan79
    washington though I have a hard time giving it to anyone in the weak NFC
    The NFC will be as good, if not better, than the AFC this year. Think about all the teams that got worse in the AFC this year and all the teams that got better in the NFC. Things have changed drastically.
    I will highly doubt that is going to happen. The NFC is still a weaker conference. Of course we won't know until the season is underway, but I just find it hard to believe it will happen. I guess it should happen sometime, it's been a long time since the NFC was comparable. I hope it happens that they becomes as good, it makes the league that much stronger.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by Finsfan79
    washington though I have a hard time giving it to anyone in the weak NFC
    The NFC will be as good, if not better, than the AFC this year. Think about all the teams that got worse in the AFC this year and all the teams that got better in the NFC. Things have changed drastically.

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  • Finsfan79
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    washington though I have a hard time giving it to anyone in the weak NFC

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    Carolina
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