Lynch ruled out for Seattle. That doesn't change my pick at all, as I didn't expect him to be at full strength anyway.
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Denver is a bit of both though, isn't it? They can have snow games and freezing temperatures, but I remember the Pats @ Denver championship game in the 3rd week of January all the fans were in Hawaian t shirts and the temperature was 65 degrees fahrenheit, which over here in London is basically average July high.Merckx index said:We were discussing weather earlier. The two conferences offer an interesting contrast in that respect. All of the WC games except KC at HOU are in cold weather cities. But after the WC round, both NFC games will be played in warm weather cities, while both AFC games will be played in cold weather places. That is very likely to be the case for the title games as well. The AFC championship will be played in a cold weather city unless all three of the top seeds lose, which is quite unlikely, and the NFC championship will be played in a warm weather city unless both CAR and AZ lose, which I think is even more improbable.
Alpe d'Huez said:Now, for something quite different. Chicago data scientist (and neuroscientist) Nasir Bhanpuri has come up with a mathematical calculation that determines the teams most likely to face off in the Super Bowl. He crunched massive amounts of data. So accurate was Bhanpuri's math the last two seasons, his formula was correct in predicting the last two Super Bowls, both teams! His call for this year?
The Bengals will defeat the Cardinals.
Alpe d'Huez said:KC Houston game ugly. Chiefs look pretty solid though. Have to wonder how bad Maclin is hurt though.
Yeah, and the victory. Like the post game crew put it for Cincy - "How to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory".jmdirt said:Nothing like giving the other team 30 free yards huh?!
I thought that leading with the crown of the helmet was a penalty so I was surprised that there was no flag on that play.on3m@n@rmy said:Yeah, and the victory. Like the post game crew put it for Cincy - "How to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory".jmdirt said:Nothing like giving the other team 30 free yards huh?!
Gents, that has got to be the most disgraceful NFL game I have ever watched. If you watched, you all saw it. So I'm not even going to mention details. But I will say that if I was Cincy HC Marv Lewis I'd cut both Pacman Jones and Vontaz Burfict. There's no place for any what they did in the NFL. Then if I was the Bengals owner I'd consider whether I'd want to fire HC Marv Lewis or not, depending on how Marv handles these two morons. Thing is, Marv's control of the player's was already out of hand before the game started.
Other than that, Pit LB Shazier needs to learn how to tackle by not dropping his head. But at least his hit was within the rules and not malicious, even if it was poor technique.
Alpe d'Huez said:That was something. Very intense game, but the Bengals have no one to blame but themselves. Ugly indeed.
I've "liked" Pittsburgh for a few weeks now, but if Ben and Brown aren't close to 100%, they will have a very hard time with Denver's defense. And if the weather is at all decent, and he really is healthy, PM will carve up the Steeler defense in ways AJ McCarron never could.
KC-NE is intriguing.
Glenn_Wilson said:I thought or from my perspective the Ref's done a poor job with respect to some of the Steelers coaching staff and players.