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  • laram0
    Rankings?
    by laram0
    Based on what you know right now.

    The old "It's to early to make any predictions" is not acceptable.

    Man up! Go for it!

    1. Who's better overall AFC or NFC?

    2. Rank the 8 Divisions as you see it.

    AFC/NFC East, North, South, West.
    -06-23-2009, 06:01 AM
  • Keenum
    AFC dominance? Not so far this year!
    by Keenum
    Taken from FoxSports:

    "The NFC was 3-1 vs. the AFC Week 16 and has a 32-30 lead in this season's interconference series with four games remaining Week 17: New England at New York Giants; San Francisco at Cleveland; Buffalo at Philadelphia; Minnesota at Denver. The NFC last won the interconference series in 1995 (33-37). The AFC leads 409-331 since."

    So as of right now, the NFC is the "better" conference.
    As I've said, I think the AFC is more top heavy and bottom heavy, and the NFC is more spread out.
    -12-26-2007, 12:49 AM
  • AvengerRam_old
    Preseason Picks
    by AvengerRam_old
    Okay, its time to go on the record. Here are my preseason picks for 2004:

    Bold=Division Winner
    Italics=Wild Card

    AFC East

    New England Patriots
    Buffalo Bills
    Miami Dolphins
    New York Jets

    AFC South

    Indianapolis Colts
    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Tennessee Titans
    Houston Texans

    AFC North

    Baltimore Ravens
    Cincinnati Bengals
    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Cleveland Browns

    AFC West

    Denver Broncos
    Kansas City Chiefs
    Oakland Raiders
    San Diego Chargers

    NFC East

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Washington Redskins
    Dallas Cowboys
    New York Giants

    NFC South

    Carolina Panthers
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    New Orleans Saints
    Atlanta Falcons

    NFC North

    Minnesota Vikings
    Detroit Lions
    Green Bay Packers
    Chicago Bears

    NFC West

    St. Louis Rams
    Seattle Seahawks
    Arizona Cardinals
    San Francisco *****


    SUPER BOWL: St. Louis Rams defeat Indianpolis Colts

    Individual Awards:

    Offensive MVP:

    AFC: Peyton Manning
    NFC: Duante Culpepper

    Defensive MVP:

    AFC: Ray Lewis
    NFC: Julius Peppers

    Offensive Rookie:

    AFC: Robert Gallery
    NFC: Roy Williams

    Defensive Rookie:

    AFC: D.J. Williams
    NFC: Tony Hargrove
    -06-28-2004, 11:46 AM
  • RamWraith
    Rams' opponents for 2007
    by RamWraith
    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
    01/01/2007

    The Rams will play Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Green Bay at home next year.

    They will face Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Dallas on the road.

    Fourteen of the Rams' 16 opponents were set before Sunday. But by finishing second in the NFC West, the Rams play host to the second-place team in the NFC North (Green Bay), and visit the second-place team in the NFC East (Dallas).

    Dates and times won't be set until April.
    -01-01-2007, 09:13 AM
  • MaxQ
    2002-2003 opponents
    by MaxQ
    Hey, can someone tell me where I can find next year's opponents? Every team seems to have theirs posted except ours.

    HELP! I NEED SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT OTHER THAN THAT NIGHTMARE ON FEB. 3!!!!!!

    :upset:
    -02-13-2002, 02:20 PM
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