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49ersfan_87 10-15-2012 03:59 PM

Predict the playoff standings
 
6 weeks in (minus tonight's MNF game). Lets start our guesses.

NFC

1- Falcons
2- Bears
3- Giants
4- Seahawks
5- 49ers
6- Packers

Just missed: Vikings, Cardinals, Rams, Redskins

AFC

1- Texans
2- Ravens
3- Patriots
4- Broncos
5- Chargers
6- Dolphins

Just missed: Jets, Steelers, Bengals

AFC is a lot weaker than the NFC....after the Texans every team has a big question mark.

bearsfan_51 10-15-2012 04:01 PM

The AFC sucks. They should take 10 NFC teams.

Jughead10 10-15-2012 04:03 PM

Will anyone also be scared to have to go through the Georgia Dome to get to the Super Bowl?

bearsfan_51 10-15-2012 04:06 PM

Anyway, **** it, we'll do it live. I have no idea how the schedules look, so these are just the teams I think are best.

1. Giants
2. Bears
3. Niners
4. Falcons
5. Packers
6. Seahawks

Just out: Vikings

1. Texans
2. Patriots
3. Ravens
4. Broncos
5. Steelers
6. Chargers

Just out: Who cares?

jrdrylie 10-15-2012 04:23 PM

NFL

1. Atlanta 13-3
2. Chicago 11-5
3. New York 10-6
4. Seattle 10-6
5. San Francisco 10-6
6. Green Bay 10-6

Just missed: Philadelphia 9-7, Dallas 9-7, Minnestoa 9-7

AFC

1. Houston 12-4
2. Baltimore 11-5
3. New England 11-5
4. Denver 10-6
5. San Diego 10-6
6. Buffalo 9-7

Just missed: I only pick Buffalo because I picked them in the beginning of the season. Truth is, outside of three teams, the AFC stinks and nobody deserves that 6th spot.

OSUGiants17 10-15-2012 04:30 PM

NFC:
1. Atlanta
2. Chicago
3. New York
4. San Francisco
5. Green Bay
6. Seattle

AFC:
1. Houston
2. New England
3. Baltimore
4. San Diego
5. Buffalo
6. Indianapolis

I think Buffalo and Indy have the easiest schedules out of the Jets, Steelers, Bengals and them. I think Buffalo and Indy both finish 9-7

BloodBrother 10-15-2012 04:39 PM

NFC

1- Falcons
2- Giants
3- Packers
4- Niners
5- Bears
6- Eagles

Just missed: Seahawks, Cowboys, Vikes

AFC

1- Texans
2- Patriots
3- Ravens
4- Broncos
5- Chargers
6- Steelers

Just missed: Like 6 other AFC teams since the last spot will probably be an 8-8 team or something

just realized that the AFC has only 3 teams who have records OVER .500. Could drop to 2 if the Chargers lose tonight

Bulldogs 10-15-2012 04:42 PM

Honestly the only team I'm scared of playing is Green Bay. I wish Atlanta was in the AFC, those 4-6 teams look weak.

Mufasa 10-15-2012 05:02 PM

1. Falcons 12-4
2. 49ers 11-5
3. Giants 11-5
4. Packers 11-5
5. Bears 11-5
6. Seahawks 10-6

WC: Seahawks over Giants; Packers over Bears
DIV: Falcons over Seahawks; 49ers over Packers
CON: 49ers over Falcons

1. Texans 14-2
2. Ravens 12-4
3. Patriots 11-5
4. Broncos 10-6
5. Chargers 9-7
6. Bills 8-8

WC: Patriots over Bills; Broncos over Chargers
DIV: Texans over Broncos; Patriots over Ravens
CON: Texans over Patriots

SUPER BOWL: Texans over 49ers

Thecollegedropout 10-15-2012 05:35 PM

As of now....

1) Falcons 12-4
2) 49ers 11-5
3) Giants 10-6
4) Packers 10-6
5) Eagles 10-6
6) Bears 9-7

1) Texans 12-4
2) Patriots 10-6
3) Broncos 10-6
4) Ravens 10-6
5) Chargers 9-7
6) Jets 9-7

Its scary that the Jets could actually make a bid for the AFC East if the Jets were not destroyed by injuries, including losing its two biggest playmakers on offense(Holmes) and defense(Revis).

I'd just love to see NYJ/DEN to see if Tebow trolls the team that let him go LOL That and NBC/CBS will be fighting so hard for that game and I'd imagine CBS will get that on Sunday.

J-Spot 10-16-2012 10:30 AM

NFC:

1. Atlanta (14-2)
2. Chicago (13-3)
3. New York (12-4)
4. Seattle (11-5)
WC1: San Francisco (11-5)
WC2: Green Bay (10-6)

AFC:

1. Houston (12-4)
2. New England (11-5)
3. Denver (10-6)
4. Baltimore (10-6)
WC1: Miami (10-6)
WC2: New York (9-7)

Right now, I don't see any possible scenario in which the Super Bowl matchup doesn't feature two of the following eight teams in some combination: Atlanta, Chicago, New York, San Franscisco, Green Bay (NFC) and New England, Houston, Denver (AFC).

AntoinCD 10-16-2012 11:10 AM

NFC:

Atlanta Falcons 13-3
New York Giants 11-5
San Francisco 49ers 11-5
Chicago Bears 10-6
Philadelphia Eagles 9-7
Green Bay Packers 9-7

AFC:

Houston Texans 14-2
Baltimore Ravens 12-4
Denver Broncos 11-5
New England Patriots 10-6
Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7
Miami Dolphins 9-7

J-Spot 10-16-2012 11:11 AM

Anybody listing the Bears with less than 12 wins is insane.

Their schedule is incredibly easy, and they have the best defense in the NFL. No way at all they lose more than 4 games this year, and I'd be shocked if they aren't at least 13-3, honestly.

abaddon41_80 10-16-2012 11:50 AM

1. Falcons 13-3
2. Bears 12-4
3. Giants 11-5
4. 49ers 11-5
5. Packers 11-5
6. Seahawks 10-6

Just missed: Minnesota 9-7, Dallas 9-7

WC: Seahawks over Giants; 49ers over Packers
DIV: Seahawks over Falcons, 49ers over Bears
CON: 49ers over Seahawks

AFC:

1. Texans 13-3
2. Ravens 11-5
3. Patriots 11-5
4. Broncos 11-5
5. Pittsburgh 9-7
6. San Diego 8-8

Just missed: Miami 8-8, Cincinnati 8-8

WC: Broncos over Steelers, Patriots over Chargers
DIV: Broncos over Texans, Ravens over Patriots
CON: Broncos over Ravens

Super Bowl: 49ers over Broncos

Polamalu_is_God 10-20-2012 12:52 PM

NFC:

1.Falcons
2.49ers
3.Bears
4.Giants
5.Packers
6.Buccaneers

Just missed: Seahawks, Eagles, Saints


WC: Bears def. Buccaneers; Giants def. Packers
DIV: Falcons def. Bears; 49ers def. Giants
CON: 49ers def. Falcons

AFC:

1.Patriots
2.Texans
3.Broncos
4.Ravens
5.Steelers
6.Chargers

Just missed: Colts, Jets, Bengals


WC: Broncos def. Chargers; Steelers def. Ravens
DIV: Patriots def. Broncos; Steelers def. Texans
CON: Steelers def. Patriots

SB: Steelers def. 49ers



side note:If Tebow gets the starting role in the near future the Jets could sneak in.
Also my predictions are based solely on a healthy Polamalu throughout playoffs.

jth1331 10-20-2012 07:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 49ersfan_87 (Post 3151918)
6 weeks in (minus tonight's MNF game). Lets start our guesses.

NFC

1- Falcons
2- Bears
3- Giants
4- Seahawks
5- 49ers
6- Packers

Just missed: Vikings, Cardinals, Rams, Redskins

AFC

1- Texans
2- Ravens
3- Patriots
4- Broncos
5- Chargers
6- Dolphins

Just missed: Jets, Steelers, Bengals

AFC is a lot weaker than the NFC....after the Texans every team has a big question mark.

You know, I'm tired of hearing the "AFC sucks" notion.
Who the heck doesn't have question marks?
49ers - QB/offense woes
Bears - age at defense, OL, Cutler and his turnovers
Giants - Eli battles inconsistency, inconsistent defense
Seahawks - offense/passing game
Packers - OL/running game, Jennings injury, defense inconsistent
Falcons - horrible running game, defense ranked 21st in ypg allowed

soybean 10-20-2012 08:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Polamalu_is_God (Post 3156599)
side note:If Tebow gets the starting role in the near future the Jets could sneak in.

Lol. ten characters.

ChiFan24 10-21-2012 12:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by J-Spot (Post 3152821)
Anybody listing the Bears with less than 12 wins is insane.

Their schedule is incredibly easy, and they have the best defense in the NFL. No way at all they lose more than 4 games this year, and I'd be shocked if they aren't at least 13-3, honestly.

.....Shut up.

Eazy Picks 10-27-2012 01:34 AM

fun enough...

NFC
1-Falcons
2-Bears
3-NYG
4-SF
WC1: Pack
WC2: Eagles

AFC
1-Texans
2-Broncos
3-Patriots
4-Ravens
WC1: Steelers
WC2: Dolphins??? Man, its tough the AFC sucks ass. there really isn't a sixth good team.

Razor 10-27-2012 02:49 AM

NFC:

1. Falcons
2. Packers
3. Giants
4. Seahawks
5. Bears
6. 49ers

AFC:

1. Texans
2. Patriots
3. Broncos
4. Ravens
5. Steelers
6. Jets

Ness 10-27-2012 03:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Razor (Post 3164256)
NFC:

1. Falcons
2. Packers
3. Giants
4. Seahawks
5. Bears
6. 49ers

AFC:

1. Texans
2. Patriots
3. Broncos
4. Ravens
5. Steelers
6. Jets

This would be very surprising. I think only one team in the history of the NFL has started 0-3 in their division and come back to actually win the division. The rest of their division games are at home, but it would have to be the miracle of all miracles for them.

descendency 10-27-2012 03:44 AM

lol at all of the people putting the Steelers or Eagles in the playoffs.

1. Texans
2. Patriots
3. Ravens
4. Broncos
5. Chargers
6. Jets

1. Falcons
2. Bears
3. Giants
4. 49ers
5. Packers
6. Seahawks

bearsfan_51 10-27-2012 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by descendency (Post 3164265)
lol at all of the people putting the Steelers or Eagles in the playoffs.

1. Texans
2. Patriots
3. Ravens
4. Broncos
5. Chargers
6. Jets

1. Falcons
2. Bears
3. Giants
4. 49ers
5. Packers
6. Seahawks


bearsfan_51 10-28-2012 03:11 PM

^^^^^^^

No, but really....

descendency 10-28-2012 03:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bearsfan_51 (Post 3164329)

Yeah. **** my luck.


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