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    Well, j7wild, my Bengals and your Colts on Monday Night Football.
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    Phili this weekend! The Giants MUST win this game if they have any hope of making the Playoffs!

    "Suddenly I heard a tapping, as of someone gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door. You heard me rapping, Right?"

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    Question

    so who do you want to see in the Superbowl?

    I am going with the Colts all the way even if I suspect Baltimore will be tough to beat!!



    Here's this week schedule:

    Divisional Playoffs

    Saturday, Jan. 13

    Indianapolis at Baltimore 4:30 pm CBS

    Philadelphia at New Orleans 8:00 pm FOX


    Sunday, Jan. 14

    Seattle at Chicago 1:00 pm FOX

    New England at San Diego 4:30 pm CBS

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    Based on the teams that are left, I'd like to see Indianapolis vs. Chicago. Not sure that will happen, and I'm not putting any money down on that happening, but I would like to see that.

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    I'm going to predict the following:

    Baltimore over Indy
    New Orleans over Philly

    Seattle over Chicago
    San Deigo over New England

    Setting up

    New Orleans over Baltimore

    San Deigo over Seattle

    With the SB being

    San Deigo over New Orleans


    But what do I know, my team finished 4-12 and Gruden still hasn't been let go.
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    Here's some cheerleaders photographs to get us into the playoff spirit:

    http://ziza.ru/2007/01/11/devushki_i...i_78_foto.html

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    So much for Baltimore having the #1 Defense in the league;

    So much for Baltimore having a BETTER season record than the Indianapolis Colts;

    So much for Baltimore having the BEST season record in the AFC;

    so much for them calling Indianapolis Offense "Soft";

    so much for Baltimore intercepting the Colts twice and couldn't capitalize on it by scoring any touchdowns;

    so much for them talking all that noise all week long - they talked the talk but they couldn't walk the walk;

    Indianapolis has beaten Baltimore IN Baltimore and will go to the AFC Championship game next Sunday against the winner of tomorrow's New England at San Diego game.

    I am hoping for New England to win tomorrow's game so the AFC Championship game will be in Indianapolis Colt RCA Dome!!


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    Actually, I have to disagree with you on one point.

    I would say that the Baltimore Defense did do better than the Colts offense. Granted, the Colts scored more points than the Ravens, but all of those points came off field goals, with three of the five field goals being over 40 yards. The Colts offense, led by Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, and Reggie Wayne didn't get anywhere close to the endzone.

    In my opinion, the Indianapolis offense has been nearly worthless in both playoff games so far this year. It is the Indianapolis defense that has been winning the games, not the offense.

    In two playoff games, the offense has had 8 field goals, 2 touchdowns (1 passing, 1 rushing), and 5 interceptions. Hardly stellar numbers for what is supposed to be one of the most powerful offenses in the NFL.

    Their saving grace is their opponents have only had two field goals and one touchdown, with four interceptions and three lost fumbles.

    So my hats off to the Colts defense, and I hope that the Colts offense can wake up sometime or they are going to find themselves really hurting.

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    hopefully Indy will do better next week;

    I cannot believe Chicago won in OT; they haven't been to the NFC Championship game since 1994!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by j7wild View Post

    Indianapolis has beaten Baltimore IN Baltimore and will go to the AFC Championship game next Sunday against the winner of tomorrow's New England at San Diego game.

    I am hoping for New England to win tomorrow's game so the AFC Championship game will be in Indianapolis Colt RCA Dome!!

    New England Won; Indiana is going to play the AFC Championship game at home!!

    Now we can take revenge against New England for cheating in the 2003-2004 Season AFC Championship game and this time, we are NOT playing in Foxborough!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by corfy View Post
    Based on the teams that are left, I'd like to see Indianapolis vs. Chicago.
    My statement is still holding strong.

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    Crap I only went 1 for 4. So now I remember why I don't bet on sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j7wild View Post
    Here's some cheerleaders photographs to get us into the playoff spirit:

    http://ziza.ru/2007/01/11/devushki_i...i_78_foto.html
    Outstanding.

    Thank you for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corfy View Post
    Based on the teams that are left, I'd like to see Indianapolis vs. Chicago.
    Well, I called it correctly. I figured it would be a long shot, but I actually got it right.

    Now, being a Hoosier almost my whole life (and since I live about 25 miles from the RCA Dome in Indianapolis), I am hoping the Colts will win.

    But after the Super Bowl, it is back to being a Bengals fan.

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    Indy should take it. Hard to beat a QB/WR combo like Manning and Harrison plus all their other weapons. The Bears are better defensively but they're going to need Grossman to show up. I'm pulling for Indy for no other reason than I want to see Tony Dungy win a Superbowl.

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