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  • So...Who's it going to be?

    It's about this time during the regular season that a team gets hot and makes an un expected appearance in the playoffs.

    The Saints, Colts, Vikings, Bengals, Chargers, Patriots, Cardinals and the Cowboys all have the inside track to make the playoffs.

    Who gets hot and surprises us?

    Titans...they've won 5 in a row to get back into the playoff hunt.
    Steelers...No brainer in my mind

  • #2
    Re: So...Who's it going to be?

    Baltimore Ravens!


    • #3
      Re: So...Who's it going to be?

      It's hard not to go with the Titans.

      I wish I could say it was the RAMS.

      GO RAMS!
      sigpic :ram::helmet:


      • #4
        Re: So...Who's it going to be?

        Broncos and steelers are afc wildcards.

        Packers and eagles are nfc wildcards.

        MY predictions


        • #5
          Re: So...Who's it going to be?

          Originally posted by laram0 View Post
          It's hard not to go with the Titans.

          I wish I could say it was the RAMS.

          GO RAMS!
          Well the Titans have the Colts next and even if they beat them and continue to run the table theres still the possibility that they miss out because of that awful start.


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