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    playoff outcomes the media would love

    In no particular order:

    * Indianapolis upsets Baltimore and Houston beats Cincinnati in Round 1, leading to an Indianapolis vs Denver matchup in Round 2, Peyton versus his former team.

    * Denver beating Indianapolis and New England beating Houston in Round 2, leading to a Peyton vs Brady matchup in the AFC Championship.

    * Any scenario that has Green Bay going to the Super Bowl, leading to an elite QB battle in the Super Bowl where Rodgers faces either Peyton or Brady.

    * And of course, the ideal outcome would be anything to do with Peyton, so Denver beating New England in the AFC Championship and then beating Green Bay in the Super Bowl.

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    Also, Green Bay vs Seattle rematch in the NFC Championship. We all remember what happened this season when they played each other.

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    well in a perfect world media style it would be denver vs. the jets in the afc championship and dallas vs. washington in the nfc championship, because those arethe only teams that exist right nowin the nfl world. just turn on the tube

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    i think the media wants skins vs colts. fresh teams (skins in making it, colts in their overhauled roster) and the top two pciks vs each other as rookies.
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    The NFL would always prefer the an East Coast vs West Coast game including the largest markets

    Boston vs San Fran

    Washington vs Denver
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    denver vs. new england in afc championship

    seattle vs. san francisco in nfc championship
    ....pleasing the casual fan,while telling the hardcore fan to go to hell since 2006

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    Denver vs New England. Green Bay vs Seattle.

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    Also I think the media wouldn't mind ray Lewis going far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Denver vs New England. Green Bay vs Seattle.
    Waste like 30Mins showing that one play over and over lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    i think the media wants skins vs colts. fresh teams (skins in making it, colts in their overhauled roster) and the top two pciks vs each other as rookies.
    You think that would get better ratings than Patriots vs. Packers or something of the likes? I doubt it...and that's all the media cares about.

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    Luck vs. RGIII would be insane with the 1st and 2nd overall picks meeting in the superbowl their first year.

    But I think the best outcome for the media, like others have said, would be Packers vs. Broncos or Patriots... They just love those elite QB match ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    You think that would get better ratings than Patriots vs. Packers or something of the likes? I doubt it...and that's all the media cares about.
    i honestly do. I think people are getting bored with the patriots and even the packers. people certianly grow tired of the same teams every year. Whats the storyline for the packers vs pats? good team vs good team, thats about it. Skins colts has 2 big turn around stories, 2 extremely exciting young qb's and teams, the 2 rookies who will be compared to each other their whole careers and is a fresh new set of teams (colts because of the roster overhaul). i honestly think that would draw more rating thatn packers pats


    if i wanst a packers fan, i doubt i would care about a packers pats matchup. im not a colts or skins fans and i would want to watch that
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    Might be a better question as to who Vegas might want to win. I know people are betting on the Seahawks at a rate of 2-1 over the Redskins. Might be bad for Vegas if the Hawks win. I smell a conspiracy..............
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    Tebow!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyBoy718 View Post
    In no particular order:

    * Indianapolis upsets Baltimore and Houston beats Cincinnati in Round 1, leading to an Indianapolis vs Denver matchup in Round 2, Peyton versus his former team.

    * Denver beating Indianapolis and New England beating Houston in Round 2, leading to a Peyton vs Brady matchup in the AFC Championship.

    * Any scenario that has Green Bay going to the Super Bowl, leading to an elite QB battle in the Super Bowl where Rodgers faces either Peyton or Brady.

    * And of course, the ideal outcome would be anything to do with Peyton, so Denver beating New England in the AFC Championship and then beating Green Bay in the Super Bowl.
    You just predicted the playoffs. If this does happen, I will start treating the NFL like the NBA, and not watch it.

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