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2012-12-18 03:58:02 PM  
SF ahead of Denver? Hmm...okay.

TO BE SETTLED IN FEBRUARY.

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2012-12-18 03:58:04 PM  
robsul82: a face full of ass

Spaghetti Western porno or Mark Sanchez?
 
2012-12-18 03:58:06 PM  

roc6783: prickly pete v2: roc6783: Neeek: The Muthaship: Fark Griswald: ***snip***

Yes. Who is #2 is actually more surprising.

Najeh Davenport?

I miss the pooper!

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That's one of those statements that really relies on context. And well-hidden laundry baskets.
 
2012-12-18 04:00:33 PM  

seumasokelly: Carroll went on Borck & Salk and explained that he was misunderstood in his postgame explanation. He said the he still had his foot on the gas pedal and intentionally left the call to audible if they saw the formation they liked in. He explained that he didn't mean to say he felt bad for it happening, but rather felt bad that everyone else decided to be butthurt over it enough that he had to explain it. Frankly, I don't give a shiat either way.


OK, fark it, the Bills are big boys, their fans had already turned off the game at that point, and Carroll is doing the Bills' fans and FO a favor by giving them a realistic assessment of where their team stands. As I noted previously, the real point is to signal to other teams' punt-rushers to back the hell off. (And maybe get a little practice in; the fourth quarter of a 30-point game should be thought of like a preseason game, a time to get a feel for new things. Maybe they'll need it next week.)
 
2012-12-18 04:01:01 PM  

roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: Making everyone he plays against for the rest of the season worry about a fake punt that gains 30 yards is 107th on the list.

This is a point that shouldn't be ignored. Opponents have gotten dangerously close to blocking a few of Jon Ryan's punts recently. If it sends a signal to San Fran to back off next week, it will be worth it.

He would be better if he had a soul.


I wish he was better than "just" pro bowl worthy too.
 
2012-12-18 04:01:32 PM  

ShadowLAnCeR: Seahawk fans are kinda blah though, if the Niners score a few times, and early, and keep Seattle from doing the same, they can take the crowd out of the game.


lolwut?
 
2012-12-18 04:02:10 PM  
IMO, there's no such thing as running up the score in pro sports. If you don't want to be blown out, play better defense.
 
2012-12-18 04:02:26 PM  

Di Atribe: Hello, my little angles. You are looking so acute today! Would you look at that navy blue line? Oh me oh my what have we here.....

***snip***


Schwing! Eagles and Chargers are ultra-fail, haha.
 
2012-12-18 04:03:23 PM  

Super Chronic: seumasokelly: Carroll went on Borck & Salk and explained that he was misunderstood in his postgame explanation. He said the he still had his foot on the gas pedal and intentionally left the call to audible if they saw the formation they liked in. He explained that he didn't mean to say he felt bad for it happening, but rather felt bad that everyone else decided to be butthurt over it enough that he had to explain it. Frankly, I don't give a shiat either way.

OK, fark it, the Bills are big boys, their fans had already turned off the game at that point, and Carroll is doing the Bills' fans and FO a favor by giving them a realistic assessment of where their team stands. As I noted previously, the real point is to signal to other teams' punt-rushers to back the hell off. (And maybe get a little practice in; the fourth quarter of a 30-point game should be thought of like a preseason game, a time to get a feel for new things. Maybe they'll need it next week.)


That's how I feel about it too.
 
2012-12-18 04:03:41 PM  

Super Chronic: elguerodiablo: seumasokelly: elguerodiablo: whizbangthedirtfarmer: Here's hoping Seattle will score 50 points against SF this week.

/knowing that SF will score 51 if that happens

I fricking hate Carroll, the fake punt while up 30 is some bushleague douchey bullshine, and the Trashducks defense putting up 55 fantasy points over the past 2 weeks killed my best 2 fantasy teams but for some insane reason I find myself hoping Seattle wins on Sunday night.

This ain't little league. When you're up 30 in the 4th quarter, you've been gifted an extra practice against live dummies - why not see how something plays out? The Buffalo Bills' feelings should be somewhere around the 142nd most important thing on Carroll's list of priorities, if it makes the list at all.

See also Carroll-Harbaugh rivalry. When you throw a hissy fit when someone does something to you and you do something similar to someone else your weapons grade hypocritical.

/what's your deal man?

Sorry I just really hate Pete Carroll.

So in other words you weren't informed of Carroll's postgame explanation?

I guess if you hate a guy that much you can't be reasoned with, or accept any explanations other than what you've programmed yourself to believe. Suit yourself, man.


I did see the "we're sorry, our coaches are just incompetent and forgot to call it off" fauxpology. I just saw thru it. Carroll is a lot of things I hate but he and his staff are great coaches with tremendous attention to detail. As pointed out a few posts up it was probably a message to the 49ers and future playoff opponents. Still a dick move.
 
2012-12-18 04:04:31 PM  

prickly pete v2: roc6783: prickly pete v2: roc6783: Neeek: The Muthaship: Fark Griswald: ***snip***


That's one of those statements that really relies on context. And well-hidden laundry baskets.


Yup.

seumasokelly: roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: ***snip***

He would be better if he had a soul.

I wish he was better than "just" pro bowl worthy too.


Relax killer, I am making fun of him for being a ginger, not a punter.
 
2012-12-18 04:06:06 PM  

Super Chronic: ShadowLAnCeR: Seahawk fans are kinda blah though, if the Niners score a few times, and early, and keep Seattle from doing the same, they can take the crowd out of the game.

lolwut?


Lots of broken sarcasm meters around here ;)
 
2012-12-18 04:06:21 PM  

seumasokelly: My feeling is that signing/drafting with a team plan and sticking to it might turn them into that dominant force year in and year out.


The Cowboys are feeling the effects of a bad series of drafts a few years ago. However, they *have* improved recently. These players have all been drafted in the last 3 years and are starters:

Morris Claiborne - Round 1
Tyrone Crawford - Round 3
Bruce Carter - Round 2 (on IR)
Demarco Murray - Round 3
Dez Bryant - Round 1
Sean Lee - Round 2 (on IR)
Sean Lissemore - Round 7

The primary area where they are woefully deficient right now is Safety, and that's because the one they drafted 3 years ago went on IR and was never the same player, and the one they drafted this year is also on IR along with the first 2 guys at that position, Barry Church and Charlie Peprah, who was brought in off the street when Church went down. Actually, Peprah isn't on the IR yet, but he might as well be if he's not going to play. The guy they brought in to replace Peprah's spot is now the starting Safety.

The Cowboys have lost 7 starters on defense to IR. Plus their Punter and Center.

It's hard to objectively judge the draft class as being "ill-fitting" when the defense is a collection of backups and guys from the street due to injury.
 
2012-12-18 04:06:32 PM  

LucklessWonder: Who's DPOY?

J.J Watt?
Aldon Smith?
Von Miller?

OPOY has to be AP, assuming that MVP goes to a QB yet again.


If somebody breaks the Sack Record it's gotta be that guy, if 2 people beat it I like JJ Watt over Aldon, Von Miller will never get it because Peyton Manning soaks up to much spotlight.
 
2012-12-18 04:06:36 PM  

elguerodiablo: Carroll is a lot of things I hate


OK, but just curious... why? He seems like one of the more likeable coaches around. Sure, there must be a slave driver behind the nice-guy persona (all successful college and pro football coaches are slave drivers, no exceptions), but still.
 
2012-12-18 04:06:44 PM  

seumasokelly: Treygreen13: seumasokelly: Dallas seems to walk into the draft looking for the biggest name/most talented guy and then shoehorn them into the team.

I don't think you're right on this one. He was the top rated and scouted CB and there wasn't another CB taken for 38 picks. It wasn't a "Splash" move as it was "We need a guy at this position so we're going to go get the one that won the Jim Thorpe award and was a unanimous All-American."

Although Janoris Jenkins was the next guy and he's been pretty solid, if not better.

I didn't mean Claiborne specifically. He was the highest rated guy at a position of need who fit the team well. I guess I just look at how the Cowboys play and don't really see much of a plan at play. Good QB, great receivers in Bryant, Austin and Witten, solid D that can rush the passer...and they don't seem to play as well as they should. They're in position to contend for a playoff spot which is good, but they feel like a team that could play a hell of a lot better and blow teams out rather that win by the skin of their teeth. My feeling is that signing/drafting with a team plan and sticking to it might turn them into that dominant force year in and year out. Plus, it helps that big name FA players want to go to Dallas - we don't have that benefit so much up here.


I know that every team can look at the injury list and put the blame for a few losses on those alone but the Cowboys have had the injury bug for a few seasons now. Both lines this year have had a ton of injuries with Rattiff playing 2 games (I think) total and Lee being lost for the season. Losing Rattiff and Lee both made the defense into what it is right now. Throw in losing Murray for 6 games (the only RB on that roster that should be on an NFL roster besides the FB) and you got 6 losses out of 14 games. 2 of those losses were complete blowouts but the other 4 were all tight games even if in 2 of them (NYG and WAS) the team dug a huge hole in the first half.
 
2012-12-18 04:07:01 PM  

Treygreen13: seumasokelly: Dallas seems to walk into the draft looking for the biggest name/most talented guy and then shoehorn them into the team.

I don't think you're right on this one. He was the top rated and scouted CB and there wasn't another CB taken for 38 picks. It wasn't a "Splash" move as it was "We need a guy at this position so we're going to go get the one that won the Jim Thorpe award and was a unanimous All-American."

Although Janoris Jenkins was the next guy and he's been pretty solid, if not better.


In a way you almost make an argument for seumasokelly, because as you said, Jerrah wouldn't be satisfied with ANYTHING other than the TOP guy, even if it is almost impossible to know who will shake out to be that TOP guy in the NFL. If he would have waited for Jenkins, they wouldn't have used a higher pick, and like you say "he's been pretty solid, if not better"

I get that the original point he made was that Jerrah goes for the SPLASH over the positional needs, and in this case he at least stuck to the right position...but he just had to have the TOP guy no matter the cost. He just likes shiny toys in his collection.

/As a Redskins fan, I am of course 100% fine with this.
//Have been very happy with Shanny's high emphasis on work-ethic and attitude in his draft picks.
///Might take a little bit of time to mold them, but they can be coached
//As opposed to someone who has all the physical talent in the world, but the integrity of a Dung Beetle
/I'm looking at you Fat Albert (and I know the Skin's didn't draft him...but fark that guy)
 
2012-12-18 04:07:30 PM  

roc6783: seumasokelly: roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: ***snip***

He would be better if he had a soul.

I wish he was better than "just" pro bowl worthy too.

Relax killer, I am making fun of him for being a ginger, not a punter.


Oh, I know. I wasn;t being antagonistic. I just hate that Ryan isn't even considered.
 
2012-12-18 04:07:48 PM  

The_Sponge: ShadowLAnCeR: Seahawk fans are kinda blah though

Yep, the loudest blahs out there.

 
2012-12-18 04:07:58 PM  
Best record in the NFL? Fifth place, for you!
 
2012-12-18 04:08:38 PM  
I think it is worth reiterating that the Seahawks have yet to lose a game by more than a touchdown and PAT (which would still hold true even if you take away that last TD week 3). Without researching, I believe that New England is the only other team to share that distinction. Somewhere in there is a sense of lost opportunities and a division champ doesn't look too likely, but now with back to back 50-burgers (including one on the road), this is a team that absolutely nobody is going to be thrilled to host in the playoffs.

Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.

But as much as I hope to see them dominate SF, getting their ass whooped for their only home loss this season won't be too devastating as long as they rebound and win convincingly against St. Louis.

I'm not all "Super Bowl all the way!!!!@!!" but it looks like we have a team that can make some serious playoff noise. And with that, who knows?
 
2012-12-18 04:08:50 PM  

ShadowLAnCeR: Super Chronic: ShadowLAnCeR: Seahawk fans are kinda blah though, if the Niners score a few times, and early, and keep Seattle from doing the same, they can take the crowd out of the game.

lolwut?

Lots of broken sarcasm meters around here ;)


Ah. OK. I was set to come back with something like "well sure, if you beat the crap out of a home team, the crowd will get quieter in every stadium, but probably less so in Seattle than elsewhere, but in any case you can hardly count on that happening." Instead I'll just say "well done, sir."
 
2012-12-18 04:13:07 PM  

robsul82: And RIGHT AFTER I write this week's entry, I see a tweet from Schefter that Sanchez has lost his job to McElroy?

GODDAMN IT, Schefter, tweet faster!


Hey, at least Sanchez went out with a bang.

/THAR JAKE, THAR~!
 
2012-12-18 04:13:13 PM  

Wasilla Hillbilly: I think it is worth reiterating that the Seahawks have yet to lose a game by more than a touchdown and PAT (which would still hold true even if you take away that last TD week 3). Without researching, I believe that New England is the only other team to share that distinction. Somewhere in there is a sense of lost opportunities and a division champ doesn't look too likely, but now with back to back 50-burgers (including one on the road), this is a team that absolutely nobody is going to be thrilled to host in the playoffs.

Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.

But as much as I hope to see them dominate SF, getting their ass whooped for their only home loss this season won't be too devastating as long as they rebound and win convincingly against St. Louis.

I'm not all "Super Bowl all the way!!!!@!!" but it looks like we have a team that can make some serious playoff noise. And with that, who knows?


Even if they don't make noise in the playoffs, this season has been a win. They were two defensive stands and a dropped pass away from at least 12 wins and a likely division title...from a team expected to be in the 7-9 to 8-8 range again. One more win in the regular season and the rest is gravy in my book.
 
2012-12-18 04:13:31 PM  

AnEvilGuest: robsul82: Don't speak with your mouth full, Mark, it's rude.

Good job Rob, as usual


That was my favourite part also.
 
2012-12-18 04:13:34 PM  

Wasilla Hillbilly: Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.


Tie would be okay, a loss would SUCK because then everything just depends on who else wins and who remains tied with us for the remainder of the year.

Sucks to have gone from a position where we could possibly win the division and the two seed to a position where being out of the playoffs is probably more likely...after scoring 50 points in a win.
 
2012-12-18 04:14:57 PM  

Super Chronic: elguerodiablo: Carroll is a lot of things I hate

OK, but just curious... why? He seems like one of the more likeable coaches around. Sure, there must be a slave driver behind the nice-guy persona (all successful college and pro football coaches are slave drivers, no exceptions), but still.


Everything that was stated earlier. Lying, cheating, running from the consequences of said lying and cheating. Yesterday's fauxpology and today's fark'em if you can't take it turnaround is a great example. Not traits of a quality human being.
 
2012-12-18 04:15:25 PM  

Baelz: Patriots needed that loss. I was a little worried they would ride an 8 win streak into the playoffs, and lose their edge again. They can now pin this loss on their lockers, and have it be an angry reminder from now til the Super Bowl. Rematch between these two teams will be fricken amazing to watch.


The Patriots are NOT leaving Mile High with a victory in the playoffs. The Broncos have improved a lot from early season, Doom and Gloom will pound Brady, and Manning will lead us to victory. If you find a way to the Super Bowl without playing in Denver, well...you won't.
 
2012-12-18 04:15:53 PM  

robsul82: Friends,


Mark winning a another Jake? Has that happened before? Twice in one season?
 
2012-12-18 04:15:54 PM  

seumasokelly: roc6783: seumasokelly: roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: ***snip***

He would be better if he had a soul.

I wish he was better than "just" pro bowl worthy too.

Relax killer, I am making fun of him for being a ginger, not a punter.

Oh, I know. I wasn;t being antagonistic. I just hate that Ryan isn't even considered.


Kind of hard to beat out Andy Lee for the Pro Bowl, don't you think? Also that one guy on the Saints whose name escapes me. Ryan is real good, though.
 
2012-12-18 04:16:17 PM  
The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.
 
2012-12-18 04:16:37 PM  

IAmRight: Wasilla Hillbilly: Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.

Tie would be okay, a loss would SUCK because then everything just depends on who else wins and who remains tied with us for the remainder of the year.

Sucks to have gone from a position where we could possibly win the division and the two seed to a position where being out of the playoffs is probably more likely...after scoring 50 points in a win.


The Seahawks only have to win one of the last 2 to guarantee a spot.
 
2012-12-18 04:16:42 PM  

seumasokelly: LucklessWonder: Who's DPOY?

J.J Watt?
Aldon Smith?
Von Miller?

OPOY has to be AP, assuming that MVP goes to a QB yet again.

I'd say it's between Watt and Miller. Smith is wonderful at what he does, but Watt and Miller are more versatile. My award rundown as it stands now:

MVP: Brady
OPOY: Peterson
DPOY: Watt
OROY: RG3
DROY: Bobby Wagner
Comeback: Peyton Manning


OROY should be Luck or Wilson. RG3 has watched his backup QB win the last two games.

I'd vote for Peterson for MVP too. Everything else is good.
 
2012-12-18 04:16:49 PM  

IAmRight: Wasilla Hillbilly: Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.

Tie would be okay, a loss would SUCK because then everything just depends on who else wins and who remains tied with us for the remainder of the year.

Sucks to have gone from a position where we could possibly win the division and the two seed to a position where being out of the playoffs is probably more likely...after scoring 50 points in a win.


Nonetheless, cheering for Seattle to be a WC. Going up to Seattle for a playoff home game will be a b*tch for any team.

/Save for the Packers
//They would want payback
 
2012-12-18 04:17:17 PM  

Di Atribe: Hello, my little angles. You are looking so acute today! Would you look at that navy blue line? Oh me oh my what have we here.....


Soon, they will fall...
 
2012-12-18 04:18:12 PM  

litespeed74: The_Sponge: ShadowLAnCeR: Seahawk fans are kinda blah though

Yep, the loudest blahs out there.



Whoa...hold on....I wasn't the one who said that.
 
2012-12-18 04:18:13 PM  

Rwa2play: /Save for the Packers
//They would want payback


So would the Seahawks.
 
2012-12-18 04:18:49 PM  

seumasokelly: IAmRight: Wasilla Hillbilly: Perhaps Seattle is due for a let-down, and even as a fan and being unbeaten at home, I am very nervous about this game. I could see a blow-out by either team, I high scoring close game, a low scoring close game, hell, I dunno, a freaking tie even.

Tie would be okay, a loss would SUCK because then everything just depends on who else wins and who remains tied with us for the remainder of the year.

Sucks to have gone from a position where we could possibly win the division and the two seed to a position where being out of the playoffs is probably more likely...after scoring 50 points in a win.

The Seahawks only have to win one of the last 2 to guarantee a spot.


Was just going to say this. Seattle has a massive tiebreaker advantage in the wild card.
 
2012-12-18 04:18:51 PM  

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: In a way you almost make an argument for seumasokelly, because as you said, Jerrah wouldn't be satisfied with ANYTHING other than the TOP guy, even if it is almost impossible to know who will shake out to be that TOP guy in the NFL. If he would have waited for Jenkins, they wouldn't have used a higher pick, and like you say "he's been pretty solid, if not better"

I get that the original point he made was that Jerrah goes for the SPLASH over the positional needs, and in this case he at least stuck to the right position...but he just had to have the TOP guy no matter the cost. He just likes shiny toys in his collection.


It's easy to say that in hindsight, though. They needed someone at that position and there was a blue-chip guy available for a 1st and 2nd. They're not on the hook for anything next year and Claiborne has been good. They filled a need and got a good player. I have no problem with it.

I'd even go so far as to argue that their recent drafts have only had one "big splash" guy that wasn't a position of desperate need. Dez Bryant. And although he's been some trouble I think he's been worth a 1st rounder that just fell to them that they felt would fit in with the team. Especially considering that it was becoming clear that Roy Uno Uno Williams was a bust.
 
2012-12-18 04:19:08 PM  

elguerodiablo: Super Chronic: elguerodiablo: Carroll is a lot of things I hate

OK, but just curious... why? He seems like one of the more likeable coaches around. Sure, there must be a slave driver behind the nice-guy persona (all successful college and pro football coaches are slave drivers, no exceptions), but still.

Everything that was stated earlier. Lying, cheating, running from the consequences of said lying and cheating. Yesterday's fauxpology and today's fark'em if you can't take it turnaround is a great example. Not traits of a quality human being.


He didn't run from the consequences of anything. He would have had to go a couple of years without a bowl game, that's it. This year's USC team might have been right back in the national title hunt if Carroll or some other non-Kiffin coach had been there. He'd have been fine. He left for the same reasons every coach leaves for a new opportunity.
 
2012-12-18 04:19:29 PM  

Treygreen13: seumasokelly: ***snip***


If you got Safety problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems, but a Peprah ain't one.

//Charlie Peprah is really bad. Really bad.

seumasokelly: roc6783: seumasokelly: roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: ***snip***

Oh, I know. I wasn;t being antagonistic. I just hate that Ryan isn't even considered.


Having a great punter is like being really good at masturbation. You can be proud, but no will want to talk about it.
 
2012-12-18 04:19:41 PM  

seumasokelly: Rwa2play: /Save for the Packers
//They would want payback

So would the Seahawks.


Payback for a gift win, or payback for "We'll take the ball and we're gonna score"?
 
2012-12-18 04:20:23 PM  

Cletus C.: The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.


Cletus, I know you pull this gimmick out for the politics tab, but there's no farking way you're this ignorant.
 
2012-12-18 04:20:49 PM  

Cletus C.: The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.



Trollin, trollin trollin, keep those trollies trollin, trollin trollin trollin trollin, trollhide!
 
2012-12-18 04:21:25 PM  

roc6783: Treygreen13: seumasokelly: ***snip***

If you got Safety problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems, but a Peprah ain't one.

//Charlie Peprah is really bad. Really bad.

seumasokelly: roc6783: seumasokelly: roc6783: Super Chronic: seumasokelly: ***snip***

Oh, I know. I wasn;t being antagonistic. I just hate that Ryan isn't even considered.

Having a great punter is like being really good at masturbation. You can be proud, but no will want to talk about it.


Luckily for the Cowboys, Frampton has come alive.

Sometimes I wonder if Frampton being a special-teamer means that he's better at taking smart tackling angles and wrapping people up in the open-field. More so than Sensabaugh or Barry Church. Barry's more of a ball-hawk and Sensabaugh is a... well he's Gerald Sensabaugh.
 
2012-12-18 04:22:43 PM  

PowerSlacker: seumasokelly: Rwa2play: /Save for the Packers
//They would want payback

So would the Seahawks.

Payback for a gift win, or payback for "We'll take the ball and we're gonna score"?


Now, now I know you're geeked for the Seahawks but...I wouldn't wanna be them if Rodgers is playing his A-game. Just take a look a what he did to the Texans in Houston.
 
2012-12-18 04:22:52 PM  

Rwa2play: Cletus C.: The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.

Cletus, I know you pull this gimmick out for the politics tab, but there's no farking way you're this ignorant.


I hate that we have to revisit this in every goddamn football thread. That game was a shiatstorm of bad calls and there was exactly one legitimate TD, which was scored in the first half by the Seahawks. The team that played the better game won.

But the reason the Packers are ranked higher is they have a better record.
 
2012-12-18 04:23:09 PM  

Cletus C.: The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.


ESPN is staffed by morons and the rankings are completely subjective. Apparently, you can explain that.
 
2012-12-18 04:23:22 PM  

Friction8r: Baelz: Patriots needed that loss. I was a little worried they would ride an 8 win streak into the playoffs, and lose their edge again. They can now pin this loss on their lockers, and have it be an angry reminder from now til the Super Bowl. Rematch between these two teams will be fricken amazing to watch.

The Patriots are NOT leaving Mile High with a victory in the playoffs. The Broncos have improved a lot from early season, Doom and Gloom will pound Brady, and Manning will lead us to victory. If you find a way to the Super Bowl without playing in Denver, well...you won't.


Really?

Really?

The only tough game the Broncos have won was against the Ravens this week, and the Ravens are in freefall. They have beaten TWO teams that are currently better than .500 and their three loses have come against three teams that are expected to make a run at the Super Bowl. Now you could say they are playing better since then, but really, anyone looks good playing the Chiefs.
 
2012-12-18 04:24:47 PM  

Cletus C.: The Packers are above the Seahawks yet the Seahawks beat the Packers earlier in the season. There's no explaining that.

  

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