Playoffs & Superbowl Early prediction

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  1. StanDMan

    StanDMan Well-Known Member
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    Almost at the half way point of the season.

    Alright, world champs have cowardly & lazily surrendered their defense already.

    Lets talk Potential AFC & NFC playoff match ups & superbowl winner.

    Rams look like Golden state warriors in NFL terms. So Gurley will beat #LOAT Brady handsomely in Superbowl.

    Cheats will progress to AFC Championship easily. They have no meaningful team in their remaining matches.
    Chiefs have LAR, LAC, Baltimore & Seattle. So Chiefs will struggle through to AFC game in Boston.
    Belichik will cook up Reid.

    On the NFC side, there is nothing of note to discuss.
     
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    I'd say the Vikings have an outside shot, as have the Saints with all their weaponry
     
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    Vikings will probably get into the playoffs in some really good nail biting way, only to **** it up massively and embarrassingly when they are actually there.

    At the moment though you would have to say it is hard to look past a Rams/Chiefs Superbowl. Still plenty of time to go and there will always be upsets but I would be very surprised if the Superbowl winners weren't one of:

    Rams
    Chiefs
    Chargers
    Saints
    Patriots
     
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  4. StanDMan

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    With all due respect, how can anyone say Rams v Chiefs??

    Cheats have virtually 9 bye weeks next. GOAT Bill will deliver another AFC Championship.

    But, Reid & Chiefs have hardest of schedules. Reid will goof up atleast few more games. So, Chiefs will take the hard route to Foxborough.

    This has Cheats v Rams written all over it.. Vikings, Saints are rank outsiders at the best
     
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    I’d agree but have to say that Chargers don’t stand a chance of winning - I think any of those other 4 would beat them in a big play off game. I enjoy watching Rivers offense and Melvin Gordon has been sensational, but I think they would struggle against the very very best.

    I’d like to see Saints or Chiefs win it, but who would look past New England? What a coach Bellichick is. Such a tough team to crack.
     
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    Rams from NFC but they were good until they hit the playoffs last year. I think they will get to the Super Bowl this time though.

    With regards to the AFC for me it's between Patriots, Chiefs and Chargers.

    Never rule out the Pats. Chiefs offence is on fire and the D looked better against the Bengals - without Berry, Houston and Sorenson I might add. Chargers are a great all round team who are looking great too.
     
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  7. Julian Edelman

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    Boys what say??
     
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    not bad... the only thing wrong with that is Brady is the GOAT yea?

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    Mate.. I would want CW11 to be TB12 than AR12.

    But when it comes to QB talent, cannot consider TB12 to be GOAT
     
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  11. BobbyD

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    Hes got the x factor mate.

    Sure you might want maholmes arm ability, rodgers scrambling ability, peytons cerebral brain.

    But leadership, calmness, not panicking and the whole package you go to brady. The QB is a position where the intangibles (mental toughness and ability) are just as important as physical ability and thats where brady is at the top of his game.
     
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    I agree TB12 got some of the goods..

    But If you look at all his record, difference maker is Bill B's game management.

    Cheats always get the ball in best possible position for Brady. Bill B literally cheats the system and he brings that extra something. Not Brady.

    Also, Brady won against league worst Defense in AFC Championship. Mahomes went against top 10 Defense.

    Brady is not the better QB even in that AFC game let alone GOAT..

    Big Red screwed up royally by poor game management.
     
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    Dunno, Bill B has a shocking record without Brady (admittedly he was a young coach).

    Lastly the one season Brady was out, they had a decent record but they didn't even make the playoffs.
     
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    Wether you like The Patriots or not, to not appreciate what they have achieved is plain nuts .
    This is not a Barcelona or PSG who have a gigantic advantage with the money .
    This is a team that has the same spending power as all the other 31 teams .
    To constantly roll over players and play in the Championship game and Superbowl is more than impressive..
    They will not be fully appreciated until Brady and Belichick have finally retired .
    They will be sorely missed when that day comes .
    Even Stans raving jealousy will appreciate .
     
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    Bloody hell this thread moves fast
     
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  17. rednright

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    Rams should not have been there….so karma
     
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