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Postby converge241 » Sun Dec 31, 2006 6:34 pm

per espn.com

Sat @ 4: tbd edit KC @ Indy
Sat @ 830 Dallas @ Seattle

Sun @ 1:tbd edit NYJ @ NE
Sun @ Giants @ Philly

pats and idy games yet to be scheduled as far as i can see

likely indy on sat pats on sunday

still an outside show indy and balt may swap sots too so that is likely the hangup
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Postby FantasyMan13 » Sun Dec 31, 2006 6:44 pm

Should be 2 great games, DAL vs SEA and NYG vs PHI. I'm looking forward to see how Romo fairs in the playoffs, and Parcells (for perhaps the final time) vs Holmgren.
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Postby eaglesrule » Sun Dec 31, 2006 7:30 pm

ive had a bit of a royal flush for the holidays, but I have to say, was hoping for an earlier eagles time.

but what the hell, they finished money when everyone counted them out.

5 division championships in 6 years.
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Postby GreatestShowOnEarth » Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:54 pm

eaglesrule wrote:ive had a bit of a royal flush for the holidays, but I have to say, was hoping for an earlier eagles time.

but what the hell, they finished money when everyone counted them out.

5 division championships in 6 years.


What happened in that divison? Coming into the season i thought it was going to be one of the toughest in the NFL. 3 teams made it but 2 of them made it clear they didnt want to be there in the last few regular season games. I wouldnt be all that surprised if the Eagles make the super bowl.
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Postby RocketsDWM » Mon Jan 01, 2007 4:10 pm

We all know what can happen when a hot team enters the playoffs.

Chicago - complete mess. Probably should just have Rex hand the ball off all day.

Dallas - another mess. Romo is becoming human.

Giants - do you want Eli throwing the ball with the game on the line? Neither do I.

Seattle - is DJax back and healthy? Can DJ Hackett step it up in the playoffs? How about that defense and the cornerback situation?

I think the teams with a legitimate shot are the Saints and the Eagles.
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Postby deerayfan072 » Mon Jan 01, 2007 5:06 pm

FantasyMan13 wrote:Should be 2 great games, DAL vs SEA and NYG vs PHI. I'm looking forward to see how Romo fairs in the playoffs, and Parcells (for perhaps the final time) vs Holmgren.


DAL/SEA should be high scoring with backup corners in there covering TO and Glenn and DAL defense not looking so hot against the pass last week
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Postby Mercer Boy » Mon Jan 01, 2007 8:01 pm

RocketsDWM wrote:We all know what can happen when a hot team enters the playoffs.

Chicago - complete mess. Probably should just have Rex hand the ball off all day.

Dallas - another mess. Romo is becoming human.

Giants - do you want Eli throwing the ball with the game on the line? Neither do I.

Seattle - is DJax back and healthy? Can DJ Hackett step it up in the playoffs? How about that defense and the cornerback situation?

I think the teams with a legitimate shot are the Saints and the Eagles.


Great analysis! ;-D It's all about playing well at the right time of year. The Bears are backing in BIG TIME, and now they don't know who to put out at QB. Their defense has fallen flat, so they've lost their edge.

I really think the Eagles have a good chance of taking the NFC. The Saints have a great chance too since they've been fairly steady all year. It's going to be one of those two teams in my opinion. The problem is they will have to play each other in the second round though if they get that far. We'll just have to see! ;-D
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Postby moochman » Tue Jan 02, 2007 12:06 am

Mercer Boy wrote:
RocketsDWM wrote:We all know what can happen when a hot team enters the playoffs.

Chicago - complete mess. Probably should just have Rex hand the ball off all day.

Dallas - another mess. Romo is becoming human.

Giants - do you want Eli throwing the ball with the game on the line? Neither do I.

Seattle - is DJax back and healthy? Can DJ Hackett step it up in the playoffs? How about that defense and the cornerback situation?

I think the teams with a legitimate shot are the Saints and the Eagles.


Great analysis! ;-D It's all about playing well at the right time of year. The Bears are backing in BIG TIME, and now they don't know who to put out at QB. Their defense has fallen flat, so they've lost their edge.

I really think the Eagles have a good chance of taking the NFC. The Saints have a great chance too since they've been fairly steady all year. It's going to be one of those two teams in my opinion. The problem is they will have to play each other in the second round though if they get that far. We'll just have to see! ;-D


When you look at those teams you see all with sudden downturns. Bears turned from Monsters of the Midway to Midwives in the Midday.
Dallas are taking the D out of Dallas while Romo turns into Blomo.
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Seattle. Wait. This team is actually starting to gel. The C-Hacks could make a serious run here. Just watch.
Philly. C'Mon. we're talking Garthia at the helm? AND a poor D?
Saints have a good shot, but their D doesn't stop enough people and Brees hasn't been blowing the doors off of anyone lately. Tired shoulder perhaps? Still Saints a good bet. What a mess this NFC
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Postby eman » Tue Jan 02, 2007 1:58 am

The Hawks have a very legit chance of making another SB run, and I dont just say that as a mindless fan. They're starting to gel, and having a guy like SA can make any team a cntender at any team. Add in a Pro Bowl QB finally starting to get it together in Hass and the Hawks could make a good run. I think theyll cruise over Dal easy, with Romo unable to take advantage of 2nd and 3rd string qb's and SA destroying the Girls defense.

As for the Eagles Giants game, I think it will basically come down to Garcia performing well or not, assuming Tiki doesnt have another career day.
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Postby skibrett15 » Tue Jan 02, 2007 2:23 am

The eagles don't have a poor D at all. They still have a decent secondary and LBs who can play. Their pass rush isn't as formidable without kearse, but still a good but not spectacular D.

Here's my real seeding for the NFC:

1) Seattle
2) Philly
3) New Orleans
4) Dallas
5) Chicago
6) Giants (Tiki can't beat anyone but the redskins singlehandedly)
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