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  • #16
    [quote="danman253"]
    Originally posted by Star Wideout
    Originally posted by danman253
    The best 9-2 is the Chargers
    The Chargers just went 4-0 without Shawn Merriman. They are my super bowl pick right now, I see no one who can stop LT.
    I agree they should be scary once Merriman, and Castillo return...

    my only question is How will Rivers perform in the playoffs?

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    • #17
      [quote="Star Wideout"]
      Originally posted by danman253
      Originally posted by Star Wideout
      Originally posted by danman253
      The best 9-2 is the Chargers
      The Chargers just went 4-0 without Shawn Merriman. They are my super bowl pick right now, I see no one who can stop LT.
      I agree they should be scary once Merriman, and Castillo return...

      my only question is How will Rivers perform in the playoffs?
      How will Steve McNair perform in the playoffs?


      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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      • #18
        Of these two, the Ravens, in general, the Chargers. I see it as either the Colts or the Chargers to win the AFC/SB.

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        • #19
          [quote="bearsfan_51"]
          Originally posted by Star Wideout
          Originally posted by danman253
          Originally posted by Star Wideout
          Originally posted by danman253
          The best 9-2 is the Chargers
          The Chargers just went 4-0 without Shawn Merriman. They are my super bowl pick right now, I see no one who can stop LT.
          I agree they should be scary once Merriman, and Castillo return...

          my only question is How will Rivers perform in the playoffs?
          How will Steve McNair perform in the playoffs?
          He's been there before and taken a team to the superbowl. It'll be interesting to see if Rivers can get it done in the playoffs.

          Thats the difference in the playoffs. You play good teams every week so you can't be carried by 1 guy. If there is any hole in your team it will be exploited.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by bearsfan_51
            How will Steve McNair perform in the playoffs?
            I don't think that's much of an issue, McNair is a 12 year veteran who's been there many times before.

            and as we've seen in the past, young QBs generally struggle in the playoffs...but with LT on your team Rivers may not even have to do much at all.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Star Wideout
              Originally posted by bearsfan_51
              How will Steve McNair perform in the playoffs?
              I don't think that's much of an issue, McNair is a 12 year veteran who's been there many times before.
              Who hasn't been there in years and is very limited in his abilities at this point in his career. I'd take Rivers over McNair no matter what the situation.


              Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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              • #22
                Rivers has been very impressive this year and has outperformed everyones expectations

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                  Here are the numbers.

                  Bears have a better total offense.

                  Bears have a better scoring offense.

                  Bears have a better rushing offense.

                  Bears have a better passing offense.

                  Bears have a better total defense.

                  Bears have a better scoring defense.

                  Bears have a better passing defense.

                  Bears create more turnovers.


                  Ravens have a better rushing defense.

                  Ravens turn the ball over less.

                  Obviously some of this is due to strength of schedule, so take it for what it's worth, but those are the numbers. People like the hate on the Bears, but we're in the top half of the league in every single category.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Number 10
                    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                    Here are the numbers.

                    Bears have a better total offense.

                    Bears have a better scoring offense.

                    Bears have a better rushing offense.

                    Bears have a better passing offense.

                    Bears have a better total defense.

                    Bears have a better scoring defense.

                    Bears have a better passing defense.

                    Bears create more turnovers.


                    Ravens have a better rushing defense.

                    Ravens turn the ball over less.

                    Obviously some of this is due to strength of schedule, so take it for what it's worth, but those are the numbers. People like the hate on the Bears, but we're in the top half of the league in every single category.
                    The 2 Most important aspects of football in January....taking care of the ball and stopping the run.
                    And running the ball. It's not like the Bears are slouches at stopping the run, it's still under 100 yards per. Give me a sec, I'll look up the stats for the NFC, since this is what the argument is really about.


                    Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                    • #25
                      Ok well by your standards the Bears and the Cowboys should be the best two teams in the playoffs.

                      Of the teams likely to make the playoffs the Cowboys are #1 in run defense and the Bears are #2. The Bears are #1 in turnover margin and the Cowboys are #2.


                      Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                        Originally posted by Number 10
                        Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                        Here are the numbers.

                        Bears have a better total offense.

                        Bears have a better scoring offense.

                        Bears have a better rushing offense.

                        Bears have a better passing offense.

                        Bears have a better total defense.

                        Bears have a better scoring defense.

                        Bears have a better passing defense.

                        Bears create more turnovers.


                        Ravens have a better rushing defense.

                        Ravens turn the ball over less.

                        Obviously some of this is due to strength of schedule, so take it for what it's worth, but those are the numbers. People like the hate on the Bears, but we're in the top half of the league in every single category.
                        The 2 Most important aspects of football in January....taking care of the ball and stopping the run.
                        And running the ball. It's not like the Bears are slouches at stopping the run, it's still under 100 yards per. Give me a sec, I'll look up the stats for the NFC, since this is what the argument is really about.
                        As for running the ball, Jamal Lewis is starting to run harder and stronger again. The Ravens running game isn't as good as the Bears yet, but it's definitely picking up, from what I've seen of the past 3 games.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                          Ok well by your standards the Bears and the Cowboys should be the best two teams in the playoffs.

                          Of the teams likely to make the playoffs the Cowboys are #1 in run defense and the Bears are #2. The Bears are #1 in turnover margin and the Cowboys are #2.
                          I don't think many would really dispute that the Bears and Cowboys are the two best teams in the NFC.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Basileus777
                            Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                            Ok well by your standards the Bears and the Cowboys should be the best two teams in the playoffs.

                            Of the teams likely to make the playoffs the Cowboys are #1 in run defense and the Bears are #2. The Bears are #1 in turnover margin and the Cowboys are #2.
                            I don't think many would really dispute that the Bears and Cowboys are the two best teams in the NFC.
                            Then unless people feel like the Ravens will make the AFC Championship game, the vote should go to the Bears.

                            Maybe there is just a lot of love for the Ravens...personally I still am not sold on their offense compared to the Colts or the Chargers.


                            Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                            • #29
                              Turnover margin is really more important than just taking care of the ball. if you turn the ball over once, not a big deal, but if you dont force any, you lose the turnover battle. If you give up two, but force three or four, you have a better chance.

                              Anyway, I hate to do this as a Broncos fan, but I think the Chargers might be the best team period, regardless of record.


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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Basileus777
                                Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                                Ok well by your standards the Bears and the Cowboys should be the best two teams in the playoffs.

                                Of the teams likely to make the playoffs the Cowboys are #1 in run defense and the Bears are #2. The Bears are #1 in turnover margin and the Cowboys are #2.
                                I don't think many would really dispute that the Bears and Cowboys are the two best teams in the NFC.
                                Yup IMO they will be the #1, and #2 seeds in the NFC respectively.

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