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    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule2 View Post
    The last six weeks? Anyone can cherry-pick stats to support their argument. I was referring to the whole body of work, the whole season.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/te...sition/defense
    How is it cherry picking if its what's happening now? It's all about what team plays the best down the stretch not on week 1


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    How is it cherry picking if its what's happening now? It's all about what team plays the best down the stretch not on week 1


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    Okay, fine, "what's happening how" is the Ravens losing 4 of those six games you were referring to, the Colts have won 5 of their last six, and the Broncos have won 11 in a row. Isn't that what matters? Wins and losses?




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule2 View Post
    Okay, fine, "what's happening how" is the Ravens losing 4 of those six games you were referring to, the Colts have won 5 of their last six, and the Broncos have won 11 in a row. Isn't that what matters? Wins and losses?
    The bengals game doesn't count and the ravens played their best football so far against the giants.

    Btw flacco has a 100 qbr at home and 15tds 5 ints and 296 yards per game avg


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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    The bengals game doesn't count and the ravens played their best football so far against the giants.

    Btw flacco has a 100 qbr at home and 15tds 5 ints and 296 yards per game avg


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    Me? I'm making no predictions this year, it's been so unpredictable, and frankly anything can happen in the play offs this time around.




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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    Not sure anyone was watching it, but FWIW Chris Berman is going with a Ravens-49ers Superbowl. I like that match up but it's still a long shot in my opinion.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    flacco has a 100 qbr at home and 15tds 5 ints and 296 yards per game avg
    So we can also conveniently forget about the previous three games before the Giants?

    BTW, on the road (where the Ravens will be in the next game), Flacco's QBR is 75 with 7 td and 5 ints and 182 YPG.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens27Girl View Post
    Not sure anyone was watching it, but FWIW Chris Berman is going with a Ravens-49ers Superbowl. I like that match up but it's still a long shot in my opinion.
    Oh well, there you go. BTW, isn't this the umpteenth time he's pick Baltimore? I'd rather he doesn't pick the Ravens. It's almost the kiss of death.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule2 View Post
    So we can also conveniently forget about the previous three games before the Giants?

    BTW, on the road (where the Ravens will be in the next game), Flacco's QBR is 75 with 7 td and 5 ints and 182 YPG.
    *with scam Cameron


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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule2 View Post
    Oh well, there you go. BTW, isn't this the umpteenth time he's pick Baltimore? I'd rather he doesn't pick the Ravens. It's almost the kiss of death.
    Yeah, he picks Baltimore every year but at least someone still has faith in us unlike most ANALysts out there.




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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    This weekend:
    Ravens
    Houston
    GB
    Seattle

    After that I could see another Balt@NE Championship game. Manning is known to choke in the playoffs and only put up a hair over 200 yards in our last meeting.

    As for the NFC could see the Seahawks in Lambeau for the Championship game and making it interesting, but still losing.

    Ravens-GB SB, with the homer saying we win. The realist says Rodgers eats apart our secondary. c.Will is and always will be dreadfull, and Brown has been playing great, but it's still Rodgers and he picks on these 2 with Reed dying to make a play and leaving them on a island.




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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    Cin, Bal, GB, Sea

    Den, Bal, GB, Sea

    Den, GB

    GB

    My Heart say: Cin, Bal, GB, Sea

    Den, Bal, GB, Sea

    Bal, GB

    Bal.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: Final 2013 NFL postseason predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by RavensRule2 View Post
    So this will be the Bronco's Bogeyman? Their winning streak? Really? Do you know how many people have lost at Roulette thinking this way?
    A-ha. You read my comments. Well I don't play roulette (especially not the Russian version). It's a hunch based on long-term observation. It is difficult to extend an already long winning streak into the playoffs. I seem to remember Peyton Manning suffering that fate more than once while at Indy.




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