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L3thal    2

Well, the Rams tend to be way better at home as the stats show. All we need is a win against the Jets and a Seattle loss :D

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CatnipOligarchy    1
Well, the Rams tend to be way better at home as the stats show.  All we need is a win against the Jets and a Seattle loss :D

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looks like somebody's gonna be pulling for the falcons this week

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Danrarbc    1

Well. At least we know Martz's team can defeat some third stringers...

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L3thal    2
looks like somebody's gonna be pulling for the falcons this week

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:shifty:

That, as well as the Redskins.

Vick will play though, so maybe he can help us out :blush:

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imtoomuch    0
My Rams are winning! 

I know Philly has McNabb benched,  but they don't really need the win.

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The Rams got a cheap win. You could almost call it a free win. Don't expect this in the playoffs if they even make it that far.

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L3thal    2
The Rams got a cheap win.  You could almost call it a free win.  Don't expect this in the playoffs if they even make it that far.

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Yea, I won't expect much of the Rams just as I won't expect much of the Eagles. You should feel proud if you make it to the NFC championship this year, though you'll end up losing it ;)

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IceDogg    3

You know what I still can't believe is all these teams with losing records that have a shot at the playoffs. That's crazy!! I mean for a while it looked like it might be possible to win one division (NFL West) with a losing record even.. yikes.

And another thought.. comebacks.. this year has been the year for teams to make comebacks.. Panthers,Bills,Packers and others on a smaller scale.. like KC and Mami, kinda. It's been fun, but a little crazy.

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L3thal    2

If KC was in the NFC, they would be in the playoff hunt :laugh:

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IceDogg    3
If KC was in the NFC, they would be in the playoff hunt :laugh:

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LOL so true, and there is other AFC teams that way too. an all AFC SuperBowl? that might be more interesting then the one we will get.

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Grex    4

One team i might not want to count out is the bills. even though there past 6 games haven't been overly difficult they are on a hugh streak. You know the steelers wont try that hard an will probably give them a win next week which should get them into the playoffs.

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imtoomuch    0
Yea, I won't expect much of the Rams just as I won't expect much of the Eagles.  You should feel proud if you make it to the NFC championship this year, though you'll end up losing it ;)

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Haha. I see you're bitter. I'd be just as bitter if I was a Rams fan. No matter what happens, losing in the post season is better than not making it to the post season. But talk is cheap. Only time will tell how the Eagles, or any other team, does in the post season.

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CatnipOligarchy    1

ive got a little rant here.

anyone who has seen sportscenter, nfl countdown or any thing like that lately has heard the ESPN analysts talk about Carolina. They talk about them like they are the best team in the league. They have been called the best team in the NFC South, the biggest threat to Philadelphia, and this morning they were said to be the most dangerous team in either conference right now. I guess they've forgotten the Panthers are 7-8?

The Panthers 7 wins gave come against -

1 - Kansas City (7-8)

2 - San Francisco (2-13)

3 - Arizona (5-10)

4,7 - Tampa Bay (5-10)

5 - New Orleans (7-8)

6 - St. Louis (7-8)

thats a combined record of 33-57 or a .366 winning percentage. Not exactly tough.

Also, how can you say this is a better team than Atlanta? Atlanta is 11-4. And just in case that isnt enough, Atlanta beat Carolina twice

Then this morning every one of the analysts on Countdown picked the Panthers over the Saints in "the easiest pick of the week."

End of 3rd Quarter - New Orleans 21, Carolina 10.

the "most dangerous team in the league right now" cant even beat the saints.

(Yes, i know atlanta lost to new orleans last week. it was also in new orleans, and we rested our quarterback, top receiver, and tj duckett, among others)

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....    0

I agree. Carolina was overrated when they went to the SB last year. Delhomme is worthless.

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L3thal    2

Doesn't matter now, the Rams are in :D

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finality    0

Philadelphia vs Atlanta in NFCCG 2005.

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Laughing-Man    0

What a shocking weekend. I was watrching the Rams game and they barely got in the playoffs by the skin of their teeth. If I would have guessed one of the wildcard teams to make the playoffs, it definitely would not have been the Rams.

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L3thal    2
If I would have guessed one of the wildcard teams to make the playoffs, it definitely would not have been the Rams.

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:shifty:

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vip    17

wish seattle would have won :( they were favored to win by 4 ... guess it wasnt their time!

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....    0

Thread Closed....use the playoff thread now!

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