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AFC

(6) Pittsburgh over (3) Cincy

(4) New England over (5) Jacksonville

(6) Pittsburgh over (2) Denver

(4) New England over (1) Indy

(4) New England (6) Pittsburgh

NFC

(6) Washington over (3) Tampa Bay

(5) Carolina over (4) NYG

(5) Carolina over (1) Seattle

(2) Chicago over (6) Washington

(5) Carolina over (2) Chicago

Super Bowl XL

Carolina 31, New England 20

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American Football Conference

Wild Card Round

Pittsburgh Steelers over Cincinatti Bengals

New England Patriots over Jacksonville Jaguars

Division Round

Pittsburgh Steelers over Indianapolis Colts

New England Patriots over Denver Broncos

Conference Championship

New England Patriots over Pittsburgh Steelers

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National Football Conference

Wild Card Round

Washington Redskins over Tampa Bay Buccaneers

New York Giants over Carolina Panthers

Division Round

Washington Redskins over Seattle Seahawks

Chicago Bears over New York Giants

Conference Championship

Washington Redskins over Chicago Bears

SUPERBOWL XL

New England Patriots 24

Washington Redskins 17

MVP: Mike Vrabel

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AFC

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati

Jacksonville over New England

Indianapolis over Pittsburgh

Denver over Jacksonville

Indianapolis over Denver

NFC

Washington over Tampa Bay

Carolina over N.Y. Giants

Seattle over Washington

Carolina over Chicago

Seattle over Carolina

Super Bowl XL - Indianapolis over Seattle

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Super Bowl XL - Indianapolis over Seattle

Wait, weren't you the guy who said the Colts-Seahawks game in Week 16 was NOT going to be a Super Bowl preview? That both teams would lose in the playoffs before the big one?

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AFC:

Pittsburgh over Cincinnati

New England over Jacksonville

Indianapolis over Pittsburgh

New England over Denver

New England over Indianapolis

NFC:

Tampa Bay over Washington

Carolina over New York

Carolina over Seattle

Chicago over Tampa Bay

Chicago over Carolina

Super Bowl XL:

Chicago 27, New England 17

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AFC

(3) Cincinnati over (6) Pittsburgh

(4) New England over (5) Jacksonville

(4) New England over (1) Indianapolis

(2) Denver over (3) Cincinnati

(4) New England over (2) Denver

NFC

(3) Tampa Bay over (6) Washington

(5) Carolina over (4) New York Giants

(1) Seattle over (5) Carolina

(2) Chicago over (3) Tampa Bay

(1) Seattle over (2) Chicago

Super Bowl XL

New England 27, Seattle 20

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AFC

(6) Pittsburgh over (3) Cincinnati

(4) New England over (5) Jacksonville

(1) Indianapolis over (6) Pittsburgh

(4) New England over (2) Denver

(1) Indianapolis over (4) New England

NFC

(6) Washington over (3) Tampa Bay

(4) New York Giants over (5) Carolina

(1) Seattle over (6) Washington

(4) New York over (2) Chicago

(4) New York over (1) Seattle

Super Bowl XL

Indianapolis Colts over New York Giants

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I just looked and Seattle only played 4 teams with winning records the entire season. I dont count the Indy game because Indy rested their starters. They were 2-2 in those games.

bull. washington didnt have a winning record the entire season.

huh?

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I just looked and Seattle only played 4 teams with winning records the entire season. I dont count the Indy game because Indy rested their starters. They were 2-2 in those games.

bull. washington didnt have a winning record the entire season.

huh?

I think he's trying to say that they've only played 3 good teams?

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you said they were 2-2 vs. teams with a winning record all season. excluding indy. so theyre losses were jacksonville and washington. but washington did have a losing record at one time.

The win over Seattle put Washington at 3-0.

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AFC

(3) Cincinnati 34 (6) Pittsburgh 20

(5) Jacksonville 31 (4) New England 30 (and the myth is shattered)

(1) Indianapolis 20 (5) Jacksonville 17

(2) Denver 35 (3) Cincinnati 24

(1) Indianapolis 42 (2) Denver 28

NFC

(6) Washington 25 (3) Tampa Bay 24

(4) New York Giants 30 (5) Carolina 14

(6) Washington 17 (1) Seattle 10

(4) New York Giants 24 (2) Chicago 16

(4) New York Giants 24 (6) Washington 7

Super Bowl

Indianapolis 38 New York Giants 14

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Unlike most other years, it looks like we'll have four very good games for Wild Card Weekend. All four games could go either way.

Here's what I see happening. Take it for what it's worth:

Wild Card

Redskins 17, Buccanneers 14

Jaguars 17, Patriots 21

Panthers 13, Giants 27

Steelers 20, Bengals 31

Divisionals

Redskins 6, Seahawks 34

Patriots 10, Colts 47

Giants 10, Bears 16

Bengals 20, Broncos 30

Conference Championships

Broncos 6, Colts 31

Bears 16, Seahawks 34

Super Bowl

Seahawks 14, Colts 37

In summary, the Colts and Seahawks--the game's best two teams this year--make an easy time of the playoffs and meet up in the Super Bowl. The Colts will take pleasure in giving the Patriots a Grade-A whipping in the Divisionals and will once again defeat the Broncos to make it to Detroit. There are a lot of people out there that doubt the Seahawks, and the players will use that as fuel for drubbing their opponents. However, the Colts will prove to be too much for the Seahawks in the Super Bowl, as Manning will be the MVP.

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Unlike most other years, it looks like we'll have four very good games for Wild Card Weekend. All four games could go either way.

Here's what I see happening. Take it for what it's worth:

Wild Card

Redskins 17, Buccanneers 14

Jaguars 17, Patriots 21

Panthers 13, Giants 27

Steelers 20, Bengals 31

Divisionals

Redskins 6, Seahawks 34

Patriots 10, Colts 47

Giants 10, Bears 16

Bengals 20, Broncos 30

Conference Championships

Broncos 6, Colts 31

Bears 16, Seahawks 34

Super Bowl

Seahawks 14, Colts 37

In summary, the Colts and Seahawks--the game's best two teams this year--make an easy time of the playoffs and meet up in the Super Bowl. The Colts will take pleasure in giving the Patriots a Grade-A whipping in the Divisionals and will once again defeat the Broncos to make it to Detroit. There are a lot of people out there that doubt the Seahawks, and the players will use that as fuel for drubbing their opponents. However, the Colts will prove to be too much for the Seahawks in the Super Bowl, as Manning will be the MVP.

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