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  1. #16
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    Chicago gets hot and sneaks into the playoffs earning a trip to NO
    NBA Legion @MySportsLegion Jul 11

    Heat band-wagoners are officially leaving...the Heat twitter account has lost nearly 300,000 followers since LeBron's announcement.

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    1. Atlanta Falcons
    2. Wisconsin Packers
    3. Miami Heat
    4. NY Giants
    5. San Francisco Giants
    6. Seattle Ballhawks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebrez bears/ View Post
    Don't believe in two wildcards?
    There u go

    Quote Originally Posted by DreDrum#1 View Post
    This is where nba experts are find SVG's worth and the Pistons seed projection: 11th in the east. Like i said: SVG hasnt done $h!t

    http://www.freep.com/videonetwork/3679829820001

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    teams on the fringe that haven't played well find ways to choke it away...

    1. Falcons
    2. 49ers
    3. Packers
    4. Redskins
    5. Seahawks
    6. Vikings

    Those are the teams that have played well consistently, and actually deserve to make the playoffs.

    Bears & Cowboys do not.
    2012 World Series Champs Auto Checklist: Jeremy Affeldt, Javier Lopez (2), Ryan Vogelsong, George Kontos (2), Buster Posey, Brian Sabean, Bruce Bochy, Brandon Crawford, Sergio Romo, Barry Zito...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftymo View Post
    teams on the fringe that haven't played well find ways to choke it away...

    1. Falcons
    2. 49ers
    3. Packers
    4. Redskins
    5. Seahawks
    6. Vikings

    Those are the teams that have played well consistently, and actually deserve to make the playoffs.

    Bears & Cowboys do not.
    Thanks you co-sign but I fear that Rg3 won`t be healthy and that might be advantage Dallas. If Dallas wins you know ESPN and all the media types are gonna crown them the "hottest team" going in and pick them to come out of the NFC hell maybe win the whole damn thing

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    AFC

    1) Denver
    2) New England
    3) Houston
    4) Baltimore
    5) Indianapolis
    6) Cincinnati

    Wild Card Round

    Houston over Cincinnati

    Baltimore over Indianapolis

    Divisional Round

    Denver over Baltimore

    New England over Houston

    AFC Championship

    New England over Denver

    NFC

    1) Atlanta
    2) Green Bay
    3) San Fransisco
    4) Dallas
    5) Seattle
    6) Chicago

    Wild Card Round

    San Fransisco over Chicago

    Seattler over Dallas

    Divisional Round

    San Fransisco over Green Bay

    Atlanta over Seattle

    NFC Championship

    Atlanta over San Fransisco

    Super Bowl

    New England 34 Atlanta 28

    Super Bowl MVP- Tom Brady

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    NFC:
    Atlanta
    Green Bay
    San Fransisco
    Washington
    Seattle
    Chicago

    Divisional: San Fran beats Chicago, Washington beats Seattle
    Atlanta beats Washington, Green bay beats San Fran
    Conference: Atlanta beats Green Bay
    Super bowl: Denver beats Atlanta

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    Lions will win the superbowl.
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    Notre Dame Fighting Irish Win the Super Bowl no doubt.
    2014 PSD 7 RD NFL MOCK DRAFT
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    1st rd- Jadaveon Clowney, LB/DE, South Carolina
    1st rd (via trade)- Johnny Manziel, QB, TX A&M
    3rd rd- DaQuan Jones, NT, Penn State
    4th rd- Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
    5th rd- Jon Halapio, OG, THE University of Florida
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    Atlanta will lose their first game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IHateTheSkins View Post
    1. Atlanta Falcons
    2. Wisconsin Packers
    3. Miami Heat
    4. NY Giants
    5. San Francisco Giants
    6. Seattle Ballhawks
    I guranteeeeeeeeeeeeee RGIII will play today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am a genius. Also way to be original........................

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    It all depends on seeding. In the NFC if the Packers are #2 I'd say they have a very good shot to get into the SB, playing their 1st game at home then possibly in Atlanta's Rodgers friendly stadium.

    If somehow the Seahawks end up #2, they'd be my pick. Other then having a #2 seed I think they have an outside chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathew View Post
    It all depends on seeding. In the NFC if the Packers are #2 I'd say they have a very good shot to get into the SB, playing their 1st game at home then possibly in Atlanta's Rodgers friendly stadium.

    If somehow the Seahawks end up #2, they'd be my pick. Other then having a #2 seed I think they have an outside chance.
    the stadium that matt ryan has lost in only like four times in his career?
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    AFC
    1. Houston
    2. Denver
    3. New England
    4. Baltimore
    5. Indianapolis
    6. Cincinnati

    NFC
    1. Atlanta
    2. Green Bay
    3. San Francisco
    4. Dallas
    5. Seattle
    6. Chicago

    Wildcard
    4 Baltimore < 5 Indianapolis
    3 New England > Cincinnati
    4 Dallas < 5 Seattle
    3 San Francisco > 6 Chicago

    Divisional
    1 Houston > 5 Indianapolis
    2 Denver > 3 New England
    1 Atlanta > 5 Seattle
    2 Green Bay > 3 San Francisco

    Conference Championship
    1 Houston < 2 Denver
    1 Atlanta > 2 Green Bay

    Super Bowl
    1 Atlanta < 2 Denver

    Denver goes on a super bowl run defeating every team that beat them during the regular season!

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    AFC

    1 Denver
    2 New England
    3 Houston
    4 Baltimore
    5 Indianapolis
    6 Cincinnati

    WC
    Ind>Bal
    Hou>Cincy

    Div
    Den>Ind
    NE>Hou

    AFC Champ
    NE>Den

    NFC
    1 Atlanta
    2 Green Bay
    3 San Francisco
    4 Washington
    5 Seattle
    6 Chicago

    WC
    Sea>Was
    SF>Chi

    Div
    Sea>Atl
    GB>SF

    NFC Champ
    GB>Sea

    SuperBowl XLVII
    New England over Green Bay

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