Patriots - Seahawks SB?

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    Patriots - Seahawks SB?

    That's my guess; both seem like a FORCE.

     
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    I'd still rather see Patriots-Giants III

     
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    I am calling San Fran with CK the NFC cream of the crop

     
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    I'd still rather see Patriots-Giants III

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    They're lucky RG3 is hurt or they wouldn't even make the playoffs. 

     
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    Re: Patriots - Seahawks SB?

    No, San Francisco is going to take care of business. Best defense in the NFC mixed with a great running game and an okay QB who can make big throws.

     

    They're, essentially, The Steelers with Roethlisburger the past decade. 

     
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    I'd still rather see Patriots-Giants III

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    won't happen this year. Giants are a sham. They lose 2 @ Atl, @ Balt, and Dallas squeaks past them for division.

     
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    Gonna be Patriots Vs. Packers or Falcons

     
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    well, you know there Oklahama Kid, when you play a professional football schedule not a college schedule like the Pats it's tougher to make the playoffs

    i mean jeez who made pats schedule this year, Bill Bellichick?

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    You mean, a schedule that included 4 games against AFC playoff teams (possibly 6 if the Jets pull another miracle finish out of their butt and squeak past Pitt and Cinci) and 2 against NFC playoff teams?  You're adorable.

    Has any team EVER played fully half their regular season schedule against playoff teams?

     
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    well, you know there Oklahama Kid, when you play a professional football schedule not a college schedule like the Pats it's tougher to make the playoffs

    i mean jeez who made pats schedule this year, Bill Bellichick?

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    You mean, a schedule that included 4 games against AFC playoff teams (possibly 6 if the Jets pull another miracle finish out of their butt and squeak past Pitt and Cinci) and 2 against NFC playoff teams?  You're adorable.

    Has any team EVER played fully half their regular season schedule against playoff teams?

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    Please-AFC East is abominable and you have 3 real games out of div: Ravens-Texans-49ers with two of those at home

    that schedule for a defending Conf Champ just screams "bribe"!!

     

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    The Colts aren't real?  The Seahawks aren't?

    You're drunk, Jints.  They played the 4 best teams in the AFC aside from themselves, and the best team in the NFC.  It would be impossible to conceive a tougher schedule for them.

     
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    the colts and seahawks? having good years but come on! and u faced them earlier in the year when neither was playing like they are now-honestly colts were picked to win 3-5 games and seahawks maybe 8...these aren't big times teams and u lost to seattle right?

    u got 3: ravens 49ers and texans and 2 out of 3 at home...add 5 or 6  in the bad div

    hey more power to them but it ain't exactly Murderer's Row 

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    The Colts game was week 11.  They had won 4 straight games prior, and have won 3 straight since.  At the time of the game, they were going so well that the talk was that Luck-Brady was going to be as classic as P.Manning-Brady.

    The Seahawks have been remarkably consistent all year.  They beat the Cowboys and Packers in back-to-back weeks in Week 2-3.  They were 3-2 and had established themselves as legit when the Pats played them.

    And you're completely glossing over the Broncos.

    And ask the 49ers and Rams what a bad season means for intradivisional matchups. The AFC East is actually a middle of the pack division in the NFL; it is much stronger than the AFC South or West or the NFC South.  In fact, when all is said and done, all 4 teams in the AFCE will have at least .500 records when playing outside the division.

     
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    What a moron! He thinks that teams make up their own schedules. Dude knows nothing about the NFL, that's why it's pointless to argue with the loser.

     
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    What a moron! He thinks that teams make up their own schedules. Dude knows nothing about the NFL, that's why it's pointless to argue with the loser.

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    wrong idjit I know they are made up in advance and played on a rotating basis-the bellichick comment was tongue in cheek

    what a fool

     

    it's just that pats have a softie- yet again

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    last year the pats had an easy schedule, this year they do not.....they have played the broncos, ravens, seahawks, colts, texans and now 49ers all out of the division....

     
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    Re: Patriots - Seahawks SB?

    What playoff contenders in the AFC have had a harder schedule?

     
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    Re: Patriots - Seahawks SB?

    Strength of schedule is relative. If the pats schedule is so weak you should be able to say what contenders in the conference have had a tougher one. Put up or shut up. 

     
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    Re: Patriots - Seahawks SB?

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    That's my guess; both seem like a FORCE.

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    So long as it isn't played in Seattle. They grow an extra leg up there.

     
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    I'd still rather see Patriots-Giants III

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    I don't know. I'd like to see the Pats beat them in a Superbowl but the Giants seem to have the wood on Pats. Like Pats used to have the wood on Indy and Manning.

     

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