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Denver Broncos 16 31.37%
Atlanta Falcons 5 9.80%
New England Patriots 11 21.57%
San Francisco 49ers 8 15.69%
Houston Texans 1 1.96%
Green Bay Packers 6 11.76%
Baltimore Ravens 1 1.96%
Washington Redskins 1 1.96%
Indianapolis Colts 0 0%
Seattle Seahawks 1 1.96%
Cincinnati Bengals 1 1.96%
Minnesota Vikings 0 0%
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:09 PM   #501
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I'll tell you. They didn't. In fact, most of the penalties were against Baltimore. And, there were no bogus calls.
Ehh....I don't think the fumble (which more or less ended the game) was actually a fumble. But that is just me. It is one of those calls that can go either way and is really just a win some/lose some situation.

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Old 01-21-2013, 12:26 PM   #502
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Ehh....I don't think the fumble (which more or less ended the game) was actually a fumble. But that is just me. It is one of those calls that can go either way and is really just a win some/lose some situation.
You mean the one where Ridley knocked himself out and dropped the ball?

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Yes. I think the knee was down before the ball came loose.

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Old 01-21-2013, 12:39 PM   #504
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This will be one of the few super bowls that I will go to the party for the food and drink, conversation, and commercials. Could absolutely care less which of these teams ends up the winner.

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I will make a prediction right now. Because of hurricane sandi/sandy? The Jets will be in the bowl in the next 2 years.

You all have been a lot nicer about this than I thought. I almost didn't post my thoughts, because I thought I was going to get eaten alive. Thank you for being gentle.
It'd be a miracle. Jets have Sanchez next year. Next post season baring some sort of miracle, you'll see a change at QB and probably a change at HC.

I really don't see the Jets turning around everything in the next 2 years.

Giants. Sandy happened a months after their Super Bowl win, would anyone really be surprised if they made it back there?

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This will be one of the few super bowls that I will go to the party for the food and drink, conversation, and commercials. Could absolutely care less which of these teams ends up the winner.
So you could care less.

But didn't you say you hated the 49ers? Wouldn't that mean you'd want the Ravens to win by default?

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So you could care less.

But didn't you say you hated the 49ers? Wouldn't that mean you'd want the Ravens to win by default?
Hmmmmmm.... yeah, I guess you are right.

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I am hardcore in the 49ers corner this game. I hate the Ravens, and don't want to see them win. But, I have a feeling that they will

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And the next day.... I still hate the world.

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Colin Kaeps would be the first rookie I believe to win a Super Bowl as a QB...I know this because Sanchize took the Jets to the AFC Championship game and there was this hooplah about how he was the second coming

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Colin is a second year player. He'd be pulling a Brady.

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I will make a prediction right now. Because of hurricane sandi/sandy? The Jets will be in the bowl in the next 2 years.
That's a tall order, but I'd love....LOVE to see a Giants/Jets Bowl next year.

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Except he isn't a rookie and played his first game in 2011 and played in 3 games.

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Colin is a second year player. He'd be pulling a Brady.
Or a Roethlisberger.

Um.....the...other kind.

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Ben did so little to help the Steelers win in that game I suppose I forgot he even played.

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Also Steeler fans, cheer for a Divisional Rival or for a team that could tie for the amount of Super Bowl rings?
I would never cheer for Baltimore or Cincinnati, but I probably would for Cleveland. You almost have to root for them if they ever made into to the Super Bowl, much less any kind of playoff berth. As for the other team, I actually grew to like San Francisco this season. I've become a huge Kaepernick fan as well.

For this year's Super Bowl, I'll consider myself a 49ers fan. Besides, I'd actually like to see Moss get his ring so he can go ahead and retire.

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If you believe the comments on Bleacher Report, Collin Kaepernick is now a top five QB.

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Man, am I the only that feels bad for Alex Smith? Sure Colin has done great but this is almost like when Brady took over for Bledsoe because of injury and ran off and won the Super Bowl. I know most of you will be "**** Alex Smith." but it's not like he was stinking up the joint before he got hurt.

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Man, am I the only that feels bad for Alex Smith? Sure Colin has done great but this is almost like when Brady took over for Bledsoe because of injury and ran off and won the Super Bowl. I know most of you will be "**** Alex Smith." but it's not like he was stinking up the joint before he got hurt.
It is what it is. Alex Smith was never that good. Jim Harbaugh planned around him throughout the past two years. If it wasn't clear by his game plan that Alex Smith wasn't his guy (despite what he said), the move to get Peyton made it very obvious. It sucks for Smith....but he just isn't good enough to be anything but an NFL backup. He was a backup playing starter. It was inevitable that it happen.

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I am hardcore in the 49ers corner this game. I hate the Ravens, and don't want to see them win. But, I have a feeling that they will

I'm cheering for the Ravens. They've been close the past few years. I think they deserve it.

This is the first time in 10 years that the AFC Champion isn't New England, Pittsburgh or Indianapolis. There has also only been 6 teams out of the AFC to play in the Super Bowl since 1996. The NFC since 1996 has had 13 teams play. The only 3 that haven't played in the big game since then are the Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings.

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Man, am I the only that feels bad for Alex Smith? Sure Colin has done great but this is almost like when Brady took over for Bledsoe because of injury and ran off and won the Super Bowl. I know most of you will be "**** Alex Smith." but it's not like he was stinking up the joint before he got hurt.
I feel bad for Smith...

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In Matt Moore news...

http://www.rantsports.com/nfl/2013/0...n-free-agency/

Everybody wants them Moore. if I were Moore's agent, I would demand regional Burger King TV ads with him starring. It be like the Delhomme Bojangles ad. Delhomme with wild aim, air mailing fast food items out of the drive through window, missing entire cars and what not.

Pretty bad when Alex Smith, Matt Moore, and Jason Campell are top 3 FA QB's though...

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Who has the higher ceiling: RGlll, Kaep, Russ, or Luck?!?

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Who has the higher ceiling: RGlll, Kaep, Russ, or Luck?!?
The popular pick would be RGIII but he's already having major knee surgery. I'd have to go with Luck with Russell Wilson a close second. Just on them being able to stay healthier longer due to their styles.

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Who has the higher ceiling: RGlll, Kaep, Russ, or Luck?!?
Luck. Kaepernick, RGIII and Russell Wilson are all the same model of passer. They are Cam Newton-esque passers. They're all part of a new breed where they can both run and pass accurately. However, they are not stellar pocket passers. They aren't terrible like pure scramblers such as Vince Young, but are more like Michael Vick and Donovan McNabb. Unfortunately those passers come with expiration dates. Plus, defenses are slowly but surely learning how to deal with people like.

Luck on the other hand is a pure pocket passer like Brady and Manning. Without an unexpected injury or something, he can have a long, record breaking career. Furthermore, he has the best football mind of any of them.

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