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View Poll Results: Who wins the Super Bowl?

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  • Atlanta Falcons

    0 0%
  • Baltimore Ravens

    1 3.70%
  • Cincinnati Bengals

    1 3.70%
  • Denver Broncos

    7 25.93%
  • Green Bay Packers

    1 3.70%
  • Houston Texans

    2 7.41%
  • Indianapolis Colts

    0 0%
  • Minnesota Vikings

    0 0%
  • New England Patriots

    4 14.81%
  • San Francisco 49ers

    6 22.22%
  • Seattle Seahawks

    5 18.52%
  • Washington Redskins

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    Final Playoff Predictions

    I saw another thread like this, but that seemed to be more of an NFC based thread and I think there needs to be one final playoff and Super Bowl prediction thread with two hours left until the start of the postseason. So how do you see the playoffs panning out, who plays in the Super Bowl and who wins it all?


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    Here are my predictions...

    AFC
    Texans over Bengals
    Colts over Ravens

    Patriots over Texans
    Broncos over Colts

    Broncos over Patriots

    NFC
    Packers over Vikings
    Seahawks over Redskins

    Packers over 49ers
    Seahawks over Falcons

    Packers over Seahawks

    Super Bowl: Broncos 37, Packers 34


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    This weekend

    Packers over Vikes
    Texans over Bengals
    Ravens over Colts
    Seahawks over Redskins

    2nd round
    Houston over NE
    Denver over Balt
    SF over GB
    Falcons over Seahawks

    3rd round
    Houston over Denver
    Falcons over SF

    Superbowl
    Houston over Falcons

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    AFC
    Bengals over Texans
    Colts over Ravens

    Patriots over Colts
    Broncos over Bengals

    Broncos over Patriots

    NFC
    Packers over Vikings
    Redskins over Seahawks

    Packers over 49ers
    Falcons over Redskins

    Packers over Falcons

    Super Bowl: Broncos 31, Packers 24

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    AFC

    Houston over Cincinnati
    Baltimore over Indianapolis

    New England over Houston
    Denver over Baltimore

    Denver over New England

    NFC

    Green Bay over Minnesota
    Washington over Seattle

    Green Bay over San Francisco
    Atlanta over Washington

    Green Bay over Atlanta

    Superbowl: Denver 34, Green Bay 28

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    Viqueens 31 Packers 24
    Texans 31 Bengals 27
    Colts 17 Ravens 16
    Skins 13 Hawks 6
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSPORTS98 View Post
    Viqueens 31 Packers 24
    Texans 31 Bengals 27
    Colts 17 Ravens 16
    Skins 13 Hawks 6
    Just curious...

    Why do you think the Vikings will score 31 and Washington and Seattle will only score 13 and 6?
    I'm In.



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    Texans > Bengals
    Ravens > Colts
    Vikings > Packers
    Redskins > Seahawks

    That is all

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    San Francisco's defense is nasty...I'll go with them.

    Anyone but New England and Broncos!
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    I'm biased & will pick the 9ers but this solely comes down to can Kaepernick play well which he has not been consistently able to do...so the 9ers are vulnerable...

    anyways i'll go:

    bengals > texans
    packers > vikings
    colts > ravens
    redskins > seahawks (this one i have no good feel on/coin toss game...i believe Seattle is the better team & can go DEEP in playoffs but i also feel redskins home field advantage can help them)

    49ers>packers
    falcons>redskins
    broncos>bengals
    patriots>colts

    *Of the WC Round Teams I believe the ones with the best chances of making it to the Conference Championship games in order go the Seahawks (can they fly from Seattle to DC back to Seattle, down to ATL to get there?) followed by the Packers (can they mess with kaepernick & beat the 9ers?) & lastly the Bengals (pull the upset in Denver?)...

    49ers>falcons
    broncos>patriots

    49ers>broncos

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    SF will win it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Cyanide 28 View Post
    AFC
    Bengals over Texans
    Colts over Ravens

    Patriots over Colts
    Broncos over Bengals

    Broncos over Patriots

    NFC
    Packers over Vikings
    Redskins over Seahawks

    Packers over 49ers
    Falcons over Redskins

    Packers over Falcons

    Super Bowl: Broncos 31, Packers 24
    Was this score inspired by another game some years back?

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    Seems like the majority go with Broncos and Packers in the SB. Me?

    SB: Vikings 17 - Bengals 20

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    Green Bay Football Packers.

    I'm not doing the whole playoffs. I'm lazy.
    Nobody ****s with the Gustav

    5 GA / 4 G / 1 A
    Adopt a Packers \/ Davante Adams and Sammy Shields

    Davante Adams - 17 Rec, 188 Yards, 2 TD


    Sam Shields- 12 Tackles, 2 INTs, 6 PassD


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeyAce View Post
    Texans > Bengals
    Ravens > Colts
    Vikings > Packers
    Redskins > Seahawks

    That is all
    Webb's gonna lead the Vikes to victory.
    Nobody ****s with the Gustav

    5 GA / 4 G / 1 A
    Adopt a Packers \/ Davante Adams and Sammy Shields

    Davante Adams - 17 Rec, 188 Yards, 2 TD


    Sam Shields- 12 Tackles, 2 INTs, 6 PassD


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