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  1. #1
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    Which Festivus matchup...



    I'm tired of all the depressing threads. We are having Festivus this year! Which matchup do we look forward to?

    1) Colts @ Baltimore: da Colts are a great story, bring some familiar faces (Coach Pagano) and a whole lot of memories for those of us that remember the Hosses (and the Night of the Mayflower Vans...)

    2) Steelers @ Baltimore: Baltimore has never beaten Pittsburgh in the postseason, neither in Baseball or Football, (nor the Colts even in Indy). Since Pigsburgh, like a B-movie monster, won't easily die and stay dead, maybe for once we can put an end to their season right here.

    3) Bengals @ Baltimore: "Nice to see you, Coach Marvin." this would be a tough but winnable matchup.
    Baltimore Ravens, 2012 NFL Champions!




  2. #2
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    Re: Which Festivus matchup...

    I want the easiest road to Maximus. Cincy or Indy in Baltimore. I prefer Indy because Cincy, assuming they are the 6th seed gives us the best chance to host the AFC title.




  3. #3
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    Re: Which Festivus matchup...

    How about Baltimore @ Pittsburgh. That would be a fun!




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    Re: Which Festivus matchup...

    Indy scares me cause so much of their 2012 success seems to ride an emotional wave of "win one for Chuck" who, especially given what he has faced/is facing, I'd even like to see win a playoff game AGAINST ANYONE ELSE!

    On the other hands, Cincy & Pitts. know us awfully well and to a degree are built to compete w/ their perennial Divisional rivals.

    Just happy to be there; see the ball, throw the ball, catch the ball, etc., etc.




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