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Offline Nimrod  
#1 Posted : Monday, December 5, 2016 4:10:17 PM(UTC)
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Top 10:

1. Dallas (1)
2. New England (2)
3. Oakland (3)
4. Kansas City (4)
5. Seattle (6)
6. Denver (5)
7. Detroit (10)
8. Baltimore (NR)
9. Tampa Bay (NR)
10. Atlanta (8)

Previously Ranked: NY Giants (7), Miami (9)

On the bubble: Pittsburgh


Bottom 10:

1. Cleveland (1)
2. San Francisco (2)
3. Jacksonville (3)
4. NY Jets (5)
5. Los Angeles (6)
6. Chicago (4)
7. Carolina (10)
8. Philadelphia (NR)
9. Cincinnati (7)
10. New Orleans (NR)

Previously Ranked: Arizona (8), Green Bay (9)



MVP Race:

1. Ezekiel Elliott (1)
2. Derek Carr (2)
3. Tom Brady (3)
4. Matthew Stafford (NR)
5. Russell Wilson (5)

Previously ranked: Matt Ryan (4)

Edited by user Tuesday, December 6, 2016 11:06:09 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Online culionsfan  
#2 Posted : Monday, December 12, 2016 10:55:24 AM(UTC)
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we own the fucking cowgirls. Dallas is so overrated. No way that team makes the super bowl. Id rather put my money on Detroit!

Syx, what the hell was that?!! 5 INTs from your boy?! The seahawks NEVER get blown out.
Offline Nimrod  
#3 Posted : Monday, December 12, 2016 11:10:19 AM(UTC)
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still don't see anyone but seattle winning the nfc. I saw 2 picks that weren't RW's fault. 1 was a missed PI call and the other went right thru the wr's hands and bounced off his helmet. there might have been more for all I know.

I think GB wins out and I wouldn't be shocked if Detroit loses out, missing the playoffs entirely.

AFC: 1. KC (13-3) 2. NE (13-3) 3. PIT (11-5) 4. TEN (8-8) 5. OAK (12-4) 6. BAL (10-6)

NFC: 1. DAL (14-2) 2. SEA (11-4-1) 3. ATL (10-6) 4. GB (10-6) 5. NYG (11-5) 6. TB (10-6)

Still have a Steelers/Seahawks SB.
Offline Nimrod  
#4 Posted : Monday, December 12, 2016 1:48:57 PM(UTC)
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I can't believe Bleacher Report pays that dipshit Chris Simms for his opinions. He said Seattle is not a SB contender and is only a playoff team because of their division. Lol they haven't even played 3 of their 6 division games and their division record is 1-1-1. So that's 7-3 in their other 10 games. Uhhhh seestars
Online culionsfan  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, December 13, 2016 1:00:36 AM(UTC)
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Chris Simms is an idiot. lol.
He couldnt do shit in the NFL

BTW Nimrod. if KC and NE end up tied at 13-3. NE would win the tie breaker.

I do agree with you on Seattle. I would say they are the best team in the NFC. But the Earl Thomas injury does hurt them. It makes their room for error much less. Same with the effect the Gronk injury has on the Pats.

I can see GB winning their last 3. Detroit has a 2 game lead. They have a tough few games left. And it would be very Detroit of them to lose all 3. I do see them winning at least 1 though and barely winning the division. I am a Giants fan and that Lions team does scare me. I am a fair and honest fan, and thats how I feel. Stafford is playing really well right now.
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