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Obviously the position on the Wild Card games is subject to change.

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WC:

Ravens and Bengals

Panthers and 'Boys

DIV:
Ravens and Broncos

Packers and Seahawks.

Championships:

Ravens over Broncos

Packers over Seahawks

SB:
Packers over Ravens

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WC:

Baltimore over Pittsburgh

Indianapolis over Cincinnati

Carolina over Arizona

Detroit over Dallas

DIV:
Denver over Indianapolis

New England over Baltimore

Detroit over Seattle

Green Bay over Carolina

Championships:

New England over Denver

Detroit over Green Bay

SB:
New England over Detroit

Seriously though, every thing the same except Detroit loses to Seattle, Seattle loses to New England in SB.

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Kaepernick is another name I've seen recently, but after he got that new deal, I think it's 99.9999999999% guaranteed he'll be back as SF's starter.

I read somewhere that the big numbers in Kaepernick's deal are mostly a mirage. There's really not that much guaranteed money in his deal so maybe trading him isn't as unlikely as it seems.

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Wild Card Weekend

AFC

Baltimore Ravens 13, Pittsburgh Steelers 31

Cincinnati Bengals 20, Indianapolis Colts 26

NFC

Arizona Cardinals 16, Carolina Panthers 23

Detroit Lions 22, Dallas Cowboys 35

Divisional Round

AFC

Indianapolis Colts 23, New England Patriots 41

Pittsburgh Steelers 29, Denver Broncos 27

NFC

Carolina Panthers 9, Seattle Seahawks 30

Dallas Cowboys 27, Green Bay Packers 24

Conference Championships

AFC

Pittsburgh Steelers 24, New England Patriots 21

NFC

Dallas Cowboys 17, Seattle Seahawks 31

2014 Super Bowl (2006 rematch!)

Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Seattle Seahawks 26

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Suh is a repeat offender, Raoiola was suspended so he has no case for stating he should play. He is getting what he deserves.

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AFC Wild Card: Pittsburgh over Baltimore
AFC Wild Card: Indianapolis over Cincinnati

NFC Wild Card: Carolina over Arizona

NFC Wild Card: Dallas over Detroit

AFC Divisional: New England over Indianapolis

AFC Divisional: Denver over Pittsburgh

NFC Divisional: Seattle over Carolina

NFC Divisional: Green Bay over Dallas

AFC Championship: New England over Pittsburgh

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

Super Bowl XLIX: Seattle over New England

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AFC Wild Card: Pittsburgh over Baltimore

AFC Wild Card: Indianapolis over Cincinnati

NFC Wild Card: Carolina over Arizona

NFC Wild Card: Dallas over Detroit

AFC Divisional: New England over Indianapolis

AFC Divisional: Denver over Pittsburgh

NFC Divisional: Seattle over Carolina

NFC Divisional: Green Bay over Dallas

AFC Championship: New England over Pittsburgh

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

Super Bowl XLIX: Seattle over New England

You have the Steelers losing twice.

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AFC Wild Card: Pittsburgh over Baltimore

AFC Wild Card: Indianapolis over Cincinnati

NFC Wild Card: Carolina over Arizona

NFC Wild Card: Dallas over Detroit

AFC Divisional: New England over Indianapolis

AFC Divisional: Denver over Pittsburgh

NFC Divisional: Seattle over Carolina

NFC Divisional: Green Bay over Dallas

AFC Championship: New England over Pittsburgh

NFC Championship: Seattle over Green Bay

Super Bowl XLIX: Seattle over New England

You have the Steelers losing twice.

I fail to see the problem with that. :upside:

In all seriousness, I think he mean New England over Denver.

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"This isn't a rebuild situation, it's a reload situation"

Oh just shut the :censored: up already, Jed York.

And he SERIOUSLY just called Jason Garrett, you know, the same Jason Garrett who just led his team to a 12-4 record and a division championship, a lame duck head coach. This guy is such a fool it's almost legendary.

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Between Jed York and that monstrosity in Santa Clara, I'd find it really hard to be a 49ers fan about now.

The Niners seemed like they had it together too! Three NFC championships in three years is an amazing feat. The team deserves the next few years of 5-11 it deserves. Eff them.

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AFC

Bengals over Colts

Steelers over Ravens

Patriots over Bengals

Steelers over Broncos

Patriots over Steelers

NFC

Panthers over Cardinals

Cowboys over Lions

Seahawks over Panthers

Packers over Cowboys

Seahawks over Packers

Super Bowl

Patriots over Seahawks

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Between Jed York and that monstrosity in Santa Clara, I'd find it really hard to be a 49ers fan about now.

The Niners seemed like they had it together too! Three NFC championships in three years is an amazing feat. The team deserves the next few years of 5-11 it deserves. Eff them.

You would have thought that Jed would have taken more after his Uncle Eddie... instead, he's more like his idiot parents.

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Green Bay v. New England please and thank you.

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I absolutely can't stand Tom Brady. He's basically Derek Zoolander in a football helmet. That being said, that's a bold move for him to make. This makes it so the Pats can cut him (if they ever need to) with very little repercussions, and he loses some incentive based pay as well. Love or hate him, the dude is team player.

I sure do hope he never wins another Super Bowl, but damn if he isn't doing all he can to snag another one.

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