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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    All good stuff and a very interesting idea for a thread.

    I for one, think we should revisit this stuff in about 6 weeks or so after we have played a few games the way it is supposed to be played.


    In short, let mother nature turn her ugly head a bit and lets see how the Pass Happy teams fair vs the Grind it out types.

    My guess, the teams that can run the ball, control the clock will rise above the teams that can't.
    I would probably rank those teams accordingly....

    1. Giants
    NFC - Running will have to win the day for them as we know how bad Eli is in the cold/wind.
    2. Vikings
    NFC - I am still holding out hope that the staff is saving AD for this part of the season.
    3. Saints
    NFC - Thomas has impressed.
    Add that to thier dome and I think these cats will be tough
    4. Falcons
    NFC -
    Burner needs to get back on track.
    I think that will happen.
    5. Eagles
    NFC - I know.
    Pass first.
    Still think they use the pass as a extended handoff better than anyone.
    6. Miami AFC - How can you argue with the version of the Wildcat.
    No one has stopped it yet.
    7. Bears
    NFC - Was Forte a fluke or will he get on track.
    I think he will.
    8. Bengals
    AFC - Couldn't leave these guys out.
    Anyone notice how Benson has re-emerged?
    9. Broncos
    AFC - When one looks at the stats and sees Moreno, one doesn't have to look to much further for ole Buck.
    10. Ravens
    AFC - Ray Rice.
    Ray rice.....


    Honorable Mention
    Colts
    AFC - Hey its Peyton.
    That cat works magic and doesnt need a running game.
    Steelers AFC -
    I am going on the assumption that our boy Tomlin hasn't messed things up in that area so bad that Mendenhall will start to shine.

    Again, a interesting idea for a thread. By my count, thats 6 NFC, 4 AFC
    The Colts already beat Miami, in Miami, are 5-0 and Manning hasn't been under 300 yards yet this year - and you have the Dolphins AHEAD of them?
    That's insane.

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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    All good stuff and a very interesting idea for a thread.

    I for one, think we should revisit this stuff in about 6 weeks or so after we have played a few games the way it is supposed to be played.


    In short, let mother nature turn her ugly head a bit and lets see how the Pass Happy teams fair vs the Grind it out types.

    My guess, the teams that can run the ball, control the clock will rise above the teams that can't.
    I would probably rank those teams accordingly....

    1. Giants
    NFC - Running will have to win the day for them as we know how bad Eli is in the cold/wind.
    2. Vikings
    NFC - I am still holding out hope that the staff is saving AD for this part of the season.
    3. Saints
    NFC - Thomas has impressed.
    Add that to thier dome and I think these cats will be tough
    4. Falcons
    NFC -
    Burner needs to get back on track.
    I think that will happen.
    5. Eagles
    NFC - I know.
    Pass first.
    Still think they use the pass as a extended handoff better than anyone.
    6. Miami AFC - How can you argue with the version of the Wildcat.
    No one has stopped it yet.
    7. Bears
    NFC - Was Forte a fluke or will he get on track.
    I think he will.
    8. Bengals
    AFC - Couldn't leave these guys out.
    Anyone notice how Benson has re-emerged?
    9. Broncos
    AFC - When one looks at the stats and sees Moreno, one doesn't have to look to much further for ole Buck.
    10. Ravens
    AFC - Ray Rice.
    Ray rice.....


    Honorable Mention
    Colts
    AFC - Hey its Peyton.
    That cat works magic and doesnt need a running game.
    Steelers AFC -
    I am going on the assumption that our boy Tomlin hasn't messed things up in that area so bad that Mendenhall will start to shine.

    Again, a interesting idea for a thread. By my count, thats 6 NFC, 4 AFC
    The Colts already beat Miami, in Miami, are 5-0 and Manning hasn't been under 300 yards yet this year - and you have the Dolphins AHEAD of them?
    That's insane.

    =Z=
    Yes, I agree with Zeus. The Colts belong up there in the top 3 IMO.

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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    1-2: Giants and Colts are the best two teams in the league right now.
    3-5: Vikings, Saints, and Broncos.
    6-9: Bengals, Eagles, Falcons, Bears.
    10-13: Jets, Ravens, Steelers, 49ers.

    This topic was originally about AFC vs NFC, and through looking at how I rank them I have 7 of the 13 from the NFC, so really it is very close this year, more so than in years before between the two conferences.

    Rams, Bucs, Chiefs, Titans are winless, making them the bottom four teams, even though the Titans have more talent then the teams I am about to list.
    Bills, Browns, Raiders, Redskins, Lions are all gawd awful teams and this time the AFC has the extra team.


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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    All good stuff and a very interesting idea for a thread.

    I for one, think we should revisit this stuff in about 6 weeks or so after we have played a few games the way it is supposed to be played.


    In short, let mother nature turn her ugly head a bit and lets see how the Pass Happy teams fair vs the Grind it out types.

    My guess, the teams that can run the ball, control the clock will rise above the teams that can't.
    I would probably rank those teams accordingly....

    1. Giants
    NFC - Running will have to win the day for them as we know how bad Eli is in the cold/wind.
    2. Vikings
    NFC - I am still holding out hope that the staff is saving AD for this part of the season.
    3. Saints
    NFC - Thomas has impressed.
    Add that to thier dome and I think these cats will be tough
    4. Falcons
    NFC -
    Burner needs to get back on track.
    I think that will happen.
    5. Eagles
    NFC - I know.
    Pass first.
    Still think they use the pass as a extended handoff better than anyone.
    6. Miami AFC - How can you argue with the version of the Wildcat.
    No one has stopped it yet.
    7. Bears
    NFC - Was Forte a fluke or will he get on track.
    I think he will.
    8. Bengals
    AFC - Couldn't leave these guys out.
    Anyone notice how Benson has re-emerged?
    9. Broncos
    AFC - When one looks at the stats and sees Moreno, one doesn't have to look to much further for ole Buck.
    10. Ravens
    AFC - Ray Rice.
    Ray rice.....


    Honorable Mention
    Colts
    AFC - Hey its Peyton.
    That cat works magic and doesnt need a running game.
    Steelers AFC -
    I am going on the assumption that our boy Tomlin hasn't messed things up in that area so bad that Mendenhall will start to shine.

    Again, a interesting idea for a thread. By my count, thats 6 NFC, 4 AFC
    The Colts already beat Miami, in Miami, are 5-0 and Manning hasn't been under 300 yards yet this year - and you have the Dolphins AHEAD of them?
    That's insane.

    =Z=
    Did you read my post?
    Probably wouldn't think it was insane if you grasped what I said.
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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    "HEY" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    All good stuff and a very interesting idea for a thread.

    I for one, think we should revisit this stuff in about 6 weeks or so after we have played a few games the way it is supposed to be played.


    In short, let mother nature turn her ugly head a bit and lets see how the Pass Happy teams fair vs the Grind it out types.

    My guess, the teams that can run the ball, control the clock will rise above the teams that can't.
    I would probably rank those teams accordingly....

    1. Giants
    NFC - Running will have to win the day for them as we know how bad Eli is in the cold/wind.
    2. Vikings
    NFC - I am still holding out hope that the staff is saving AD for this part of the season.
    3. Saints
    NFC - Thomas has impressed.
    Add that to thier dome and I think these cats will be tough
    4. Falcons
    NFC -
    Burner needs to get back on track.
    I think that will happen.
    5. Eagles
    NFC - I know.
    Pass first.
    Still think they use the pass as a extended handoff better than anyone.
    6. Miami AFC - How can you argue with the version of the Wildcat.
    No one has stopped it yet.
    7. Bears
    NFC - Was Forte a fluke or will he get on track.
    I think he will.
    8. Bengals
    AFC - Couldn't leave these guys out.
    Anyone notice how Benson has re-emerged?
    9. Broncos
    AFC - When one looks at the stats and sees Moreno, one doesn't have to look to much further for ole Buck.
    10. Ravens
    AFC - Ray Rice.
    Ray rice.....


    Honorable Mention
    Colts
    AFC - Hey its Peyton.
    That cat works magic and doesnt need a running game.
    Steelers AFC -
    I am going on the assumption that our boy Tomlin hasn't messed things up in that area so bad that Mendenhall will start to shine.

    Again, a interesting idea for a thread. By my count, thats 6 NFC, 4 AFC
    The Colts already beat Miami, in Miami, are 5-0 and Manning hasn't been under 300 yards yet this year - and you have the Dolphins AHEAD of them?
    That's insane.

    =Z=
    Yes, I agree with Zeus. The Colts belong up there in the top 3 IMO.
    Silly man.
    Never never never agree with Z, especially on subjects of this matter.
    Always side with me.
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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    WOW.

    How has everyone here completely missed my original point?

    I was not comparing Conferences by simply ranking teams and seeing which conference had the most at the top. That is such a BCS thing to do. Blech.

    I was looking at the record of AFC and NFC teams when facing the other conference. Currently the have been 19 non-conference games, and the NFC is 12-7 in those games.
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    Re: AFC vs. NFC

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "HEY" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    All good stuff and a very interesting idea for a thread.

    I for one, think we should revisit this stuff in about 6 weeks or so after we have played a few games the way it is supposed to be played.


    In short, let mother nature turn her ugly head a bit and lets see how the Pass Happy teams fair vs the Grind it out types.

    My guess, the teams that can run the ball, control the clock will rise above the teams that can't.
    I would probably rank those teams accordingly....

    1. Giants
    NFC - Running will have to win the day for them as we know how bad Eli is in the cold/wind.
    2. Vikings
    NFC - I am still holding out hope that the staff is saving AD for this part of the season.
    3. Saints
    NFC - Thomas has impressed.
    Add that to thier dome and I think these cats will be tough
    4. Falcons
    NFC -
    Burner needs to get back on track.
    I think that will happen.
    5. Eagles
    NFC - I know.
    Pass first.
    Still think they use the pass as a extended handoff better than anyone.
    6. Miami AFC - How can you argue with the version of the Wildcat.
    No one has stopped it yet.
    7. Bears
    NFC - Was Forte a fluke or will he get on track.
    I think he will.
    8. Bengals
    AFC - Couldn't leave these guys out.
    Anyone notice how Benson has re-emerged?
    9. Broncos
    AFC - When one looks at the stats and sees Moreno, one doesn't have to look to much further for ole Buck.
    10. Ravens
    AFC - Ray Rice.
    Ray rice.....


    Honorable Mention
    Colts
    AFC - Hey its Peyton.
    That cat works magic and doesnt need a running game.
    Steelers AFC -
    I am going on the assumption that our boy Tomlin hasn't messed things up in that area so bad that Mendenhall will start to shine.

    Again, a interesting idea for a thread. By my count, thats 6 NFC, 4 AFC
    The Colts already beat Miami, in Miami, are 5-0 and Manning hasn't been under 300 yards yet this year - and you have the Dolphins AHEAD of them?
    That's insane.

    =Z=
    Yes, I agree with Zeus. The Colts belong up there in the top 3 IMO.
    Silly man.

    Never never never agree with Z, especially on subjects of this matter.

    Always side with me.
    haha ;D
    I like the rest of the list thought

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