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  1. Standard member PocketKings
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    03 Jan '07 17:22 / 2 edits
    Kind of sad that there is actually more than one thread going about the Titans and not one about the hottest team in football, the Eagles. They are going to be very difficult to beat, Garcia is on fire and it is always nice to know that we have a third string QB in Feeley that came out and threw for over 300 yards and 3 TD's against the falcons.

    The defense has seriously turned it around in the past 6 weeks and as whole they are playing great football. It will be fun to see how far they can actually make it. I have more to say, but I'll save some for later
  2. 03 Jan '07 17:34 / 1 edit
    You and Sasquatch both wrote your own team off once McNabb went down. Sasquatch, I believe said, "they probably won't win another game". I think no1 was right about you Philly fans.
  3. Standard member PocketKings
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    03 Jan '07 17:40
    Originally posted by darvlay
    You and Sasquatch both wrote your own team off once McNabb went down. Sasquatch, I believe said, "they probably won't win another game". I think no1 was right about you Philly fans.
    I was more upset about McNabb because he was my fantasy QB, but I still won my league

    I never write off my teams! I'm still cheering for the Flyers My issue was with Garcia, I wanted them to put Feeley in, I didn't expect this much from Garcia
  4. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    03 Jan '07 23:27 / 1 edit
    The way the NFC is going, who the hell knows. A few weeks ago people were anointing the Cowboys as the best team in the NFC, but they've stubbed their toes. I give the Giants a good shot at beating the Eagles; the games between these teams always go down to the wire and the last one was up for grabs until the last few minutes. If the G-men turn the ball over 4 times again they'll lose of course, but it's absurd to count any NFC team in - they are ALL flawed big time.
  5. Standard member slimjim
    Death from Above
    04 Jan '07 04:31
    The Bears will represent the NFC in the Super bowl only to be beaten by the San Diego Chargers who will be the AFC's representative.
  6. 04 Jan '07 07:03
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    The way the NFC is going, who the hell knows. A few weeks ago people were anointing the Cowboys as the best team in the NFC, but they've stubbed their toes. I give the Giants a good shot at beating the Eagles; the games between these teams always go down to the wire and the last one was up for grabs until the last few minutes. If the G-men turn the ball ...[text shortened]... y'll lose of course, but it's absurd to count any NFC team in - they are ALL flawed big time.
    Yea, for once I agree with you. I think the NFC is a complete toss-up. Halfway through the season I would've said the Giants were almost a done deal to make the playoffs, and probably even win the division. But the Cowboys kept playing well and the Giants basically switched spots with the Eagles, losing those 6 of 7 straight. As a fan, it was utterly disgusting watching them week in and week out. I blame Jim Jones, along with the injuries.
    Anyway, the Giants managed to squeak in, so for now I'm happy again. Hey, it could always be worse. I could be a Redskins fan. Imagine being the only team in a division NOT making the playoffs. That just sucks.
  7. Standard member PocketKings
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    04 Jan '07 14:06
    Koy Detmer is back. how exciting The man sure is a good holder though
  8. 04 Jan '07 14:11
    Originally posted by slimjim
    The Bears will represent the NFC in the Super bowl only to be beaten by the San Diego Chargers who will be the AFC's representative.
    yep .. what he said
  9. Standard member PocketKings
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    04 Jan '07 14:20 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by slimjim
    The Bears will represent the NFC in the Super bowl only to be beaten by the San Diego Chargers who will be the AFC's representative.
    They aren't going anywhere with Grossman throwing the ball. Defense wins championships, but bad quarterbacks can stop teams from even getting that far.
  10. 04 Jan '07 14:42 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by PocketKings
    There aren't going anywhere with Grossman throwing the ball. Defense wins championships, but bad quarterbacks can stop teams from even getting that far.
    Bears and Colts might go one and out this year.

    Saints-Ravens in the Superbowl.
  11. Standard member PocketKings
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    04 Jan '07 15:57
    Originally posted by darvlay
    Bears and Colts might go one and out this year.

    Saints-Ravens in the Superbowl.
    Its very hard to predict who is going to make it to the superbowl this year. There will be some fun playoff games to watch.

    I'm going with Eagles and Chargers
  12. 04 Jan '07 16:01
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    Against the Chargers in the Super Bowl, I think they have no shot! No way they will be able to shut down LT!
  13. Standard member PocketKings
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    04 Jan '07 16:23
    Originally posted by JohnLennonForever
    Against the Chargers in the Super Bowl, I think they have no shot! No way they will be able to shut down LT!
    No one can shut down LT, but the Chargers still lost a few games. Any given day, any given day anything can happen.
  14. Standard member telerion
    True X X Xian
    04 Jan '07 18:53
    Originally posted by JohnLennonForever
    Against the Chargers in the Super Bowl, I think they have no shot! No way they will be able to shut down LT!
    The NFC will have a shot. The recovering Seattle Seahawks all but beat the Chargers a week and a half ago. LT didn't have a great day. In fact, if it weren't for one long burst, he would have had a very un-LT-like day. Granted that was at Qwest Field, but the Bolts are beatable to be sure.
  15. 04 Jan '07 23:08
    im writing the cowboys off so what?