Steelers will take down the Ravens and New England will continue their road to the Superbowl.
These 2 games will be great ones. Haven't decided on my picks yet.
NYJ vs. NE
division foes go at it for the 3rd time this year. home team is undefeated dont see why anything has changed. Cromartie looked sloppy against the colts especially against Garcon.so watch out for Tom Brady attacking him. for the jets to win they MUST keep the running game going especially in the second half. and must have a better game out of Sanchez. NE 35-17
BLT vs. PIT
another division rival ravens and steelers. tow stingy teams with great defense and good running games. big difference here?A.) Home field advantage B.) Pittsburgh has Big Ben, i do like Flacco but Ben knows how to win.
Love watching Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Always a close game but Pittsburgh usually pulls a win out. 24-20 PIT
I see New England slashing the Jets again. But, the Jets are pissed and they might take out Brady. I look for the sparks to fly in this one. The Jets are going for his head.
The Jets have a chance if they can be successful running the ball against the Patriots. That's a big if, because the Patriots run defense is actually pretty strong. Mark Sanchez did not look good last week, and it's only going to get worse for him playing outside and in the cold (and possibly snowing). The Jets have an excellent secondary, but it doesn't match up as well against the Patriots, who spread the ball around and can hurt you with their 4th receiver just as easily as with their 1st. If Peyton Manning could throw for 225 yards against the Jets with half his offense on the IR, how well can Tom Brady do? Cromartie will get a chance to live up to his words, because he will be targeted. It's nothing personal, he's just seen as the weaker cornerback.
If the Jets defense can't stop Welker, Benjarvis-Green, and Woodhead from making big short plays, I think Brady will pick them apart.
I take the Patriots in this one. If the Patriots pull ahead early, it could be another blowout.
I am going for Ravens @ Patriots AFC Conference Championship game.
I would like to see Baltimore beat Pitt. My poor Bengals. One day I will say, I like the Bengals chances in the Superbowl. Maybe not, but I can wish.
Looks like everybody is going for the Ravens? Big Ben is 6-0 against the Ravens in the Playoffs. The curse might be broken. The Jets are talking trash as usual, Brady better be careful. I think the Jets are going to try to take him out.
Steelers 7-0 they looked good on that drive, Baltimore looked out of sync.
by I am DB Cooper 8 years ago
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by Jack Hazen 6 years ago
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by Shari 8 years ago
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by Caleb Roberts 7 years ago
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