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Wild Card Playoffs

at Indianapolis 27, N.Y. Jets 13

Baltimore 21, at Kansas City 16

New Orleans 38, at Seattle 14

Green Bay 26, at Philadelphia 20

Divisional Playoffs

at Pittsburgh 23, Indianapolis 20 (OT)

Baltimore 24, at New England 17

Green Bay 36, at Atlanta 31

at Chicago 27, New Orleans 23

AFC Championship

at Pittsburgh 19, Baltimore 13

NFC Championship

at Chicago 20, Green Bay 17

SUPER BOWL XLV

Pittsburgh 26, Chicago 17

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AFC Wild Card

Baltimore 21, Kansas City 17

Indianapolis 31, NY Jets 20

AFC Divisional

Indianapolis 23, Pittsburgh 21

Baltimore 26, New England 23 (OT)

AFC Championship

Baltimore 27, Indianapolis 21

NFC Wildcard

New Orleans 34, Seattle 3

Green Bay 17, Philadelphia 10 (OT)

NFC Divisional

Atlanta 27, Green Bay 17

New Orleans 31, Chicago 20

NFC Championship

Atlanta 24, New Orleans 21

Super Bowl XLV

Baltimore 20, Atlanta 13

MVP: Joe Flacco (16-22, 233 yds, 2 TD)

I had BAL-GB all year, but there's something about Atlanta that's swaying me in the NFC.

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AFC Wildcard

Baltimore over Kansas City

Jets over Indianapolis

NFC Wildcard

Seattle over New Orleans

Green Bay over Philadelphia

AFC Divisional

Jets over Pittsburgh

Baltimore over New England

NFC Divisional

Atlanta over Green Bay

Seattle over Chicago (OT)

AFC Championship

Baltimore over Jets

NFC Championship

Seattle over Atlanta (OT)

Super Bowl

Seattle over Baltimore, heads explode across the country as a 7-9 team wins it all.

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Wild-Card Weekend:

Saturday Jan. 8th, 2011

Saints 31, Seahawks 10

Colts 24, Jets 14

Sunday Jan. 9th, 2011

Ravens 27, Chiefs 13

Eagles 31, Packers 27

Divisional Round:

Saturday Jan. 15th, 2011

Steelers 23, Colts 20

Falcons 30, Saints 17

Sunday Jan. 16th, 2011

Eagles 24, Bears 19

Patriots 34, Ravens 20

Conference Championships:

Sunday Jan. 23th, 2011

Falcons 27, Eagles 21

Patriots 38, Steelers 24

Super Bowl XLV at Dallas:

Sunday Feb. 6th, 2011

New England Patriots 37, Atlanta Falcons 27

Gah, I hate my picks, only because I think the Pats will win it all. The thought makes me sick..

I'm rooting for the Ravens, Colts and every one from the NFC to win it all since my Cowboys are watching the playoffs from the comforts of their couches'

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AFC Wildcard

Ravens over Chiefs

Colts over Jets

NFC Wildcard

Saints over Seahawks

Eagles over Packers

AFC Divisional

Steelers over Colts

Patriots over Ravens

NFC Divisional

Falcons over Eagles

Saints over Bears

AFC Championship

Patriots over Steelers

NFC Championship

Falcons over Saints

Super Bowl

Patriots over Falcons

Four Bold Predictions

- Aaron Rogers will fail to put up more than one touchdown as he fails to lead the Packers through the first round.

- Michael Vick will be stopped.

- Drew Brees will fail to bring his team back in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship.

- The Colts will surprise everyone with an impressive Wild Card performance.

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I would love to see Seattle come out of seemingly nowhere and beat Pitt in XLV this year after the refs handed Bettis the key to the city they lost their last Superbowl appearance.

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AFC Wildcard

Ravens over Chiefs

Colts over Jets

NFC Wildcard

Saints over Seahawks

Eagles over Packers

AFC Divisional

Steelers over Colts

Patriots over Ravens

NFC Divisional

Falcons over Eagles

Saints over Bears

AFC Championship

Patriots over Steelers

NFC Championship

Falcons over Saints

Super Bowl

Patriots over Falcons

Four Bold Predictions

- Aaron Rogers will fail to put up more than one touchdown as he fails to lead the Packers through the first round.

- Michael Vick will be stopped.

- Drew Brees will fail to bring his team back in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship.

- The Colts will surprise everyone with an impressive Wild Card performance.

Saints would play Falcons in Divisional round, not NFC Championship.

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