From what I am seeing after the first 3 weeks...I think Baltimore has made them an early favorite for the AFC representative to the Superbowl. But, I am not counting out New England just yet. Baltimore does have the edge right now. In the NFC...wow, hard to predict. These teams can change on a dime. lol But, I will (at this point) go with the NY Giants.
Sadly, while watching Kerry last week against the Jets, he had that same deer-in-the-headlights look in his eyes just like in Super Bowl 34. I think Eli would've found a way. Any offense that becomes one-dimensional get into a lot of trouble, especially on third and forever.
They're playing for other teams all across the NFL!!! I think you hit the nail on the head. Last year they overwhelmed other teams with their defense. This year, their offense is forced to play come from behind, which is not Jeff Fisher or Kerry Collin's style. They are more old school. I love Kenny Britt by the way...I was praying we'd get him this year.
I fanned you by the way. Don't know why I haven't yet.
I fanned you also. I actually thought I fanned you a while back. But, I have now for sure. A NY Giants and Baltimore SB would be awesome. Rematch of previous SB and Flacco...he is amazing as QB. But, Sanchez and the Jets? Would be even more amazing to have a NY SB.
I hate to play the numbers game, but being that the Dolphins are 0-3, they have a 2% chance of making the playoffs. They probably have a mllion to one chance of winning the Superbowl. Seeing the Eagles get there means that they'll have beat the Giants Time will certainly tell!
And Donnovan McNabb has to get healthy. Westbrook...who knows. I by-passed him in my fantasy football drafts and am now glad I did. At least the Eagles has a good back-up for both now. Kolb is the future for the Eagles. He has done well filling in for McNabb.
Don't forget New Orleans! Their defense is better. They struggled against Buffalo, but...they could be a solid SB contender by the end of the year.
We now have all the teams in place for the NFL Playoffs for the Super Bowl. AFC= Indianapolis Colts, San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals, NY Jets, Baltimore Ravens. NFC= New Orleans...