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Nate Dogg

Looking ahead to post season

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wild card is better, Dallas or Phily or Detroit is playing like poo.

 

We can beat them for sure.

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13-3 & 1st seed

Saints beat SEA but lose twice to us

SEA loses enough for us to take #1 seed

That's our best bet. Guaranteed home games.

KEEP POUNDING!

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mbarbour21, on 20 Nov 2013 - 09:31 AM, said:

13-3 & 1st seed

Saints beat SEA but lose twice to us

SEA loses enough for us to take #1 seed

That's our best bet. Guaranteed home games.

KEEP POUNDING!

 

BoA during the NFC championship game?

 

Heaven..

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He has a valid point, I was lookin at this today. Seattle and Philly in the playoffs scare me the most. I like our WC matchups better. I do not want to play the Saints or the Seahawks away

Why on earth would Philly scare you? Don't get me wrong, they are playing better, but they certainly don't concern me as much as Seattle, Detroit, and the Saints.

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I know I know it might be a little early for post season talk. But I needed some other opinions on the subject to help shape my outlook on the rest of the games this season.

 

New Orleans just lost their best CB for the season in what was already a questionable secondary. The way our offense played last night I can honestly see us picking them apart and sweeping the Saints. Even if we were to lose in the dome, a division championship is still possible with a split seeing as how they still have SEA on the schedule.

 

If we were to take the division, it's looking like our potential playoff matchups would be SF at home or NO for a 3rd time at home.

 

However, if we take a wild card spot our potential matchups are on the road at Dallas/Philly or at Detroit/Green Bay (barring Rodgers quick return) or possibly, but not likely, at Chicago.

 

 

I'm honestly leaning towards a WC being our best shot at a Super Bowl run...

 

What does everyone else think?

 

 

It's alot early. comeon.png

 

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Seattle should not scare anyone. Much less daunting than St Louis in 2003. In 2005 we were physically beat up by playing @ATL, @NYG, and especially @CHI before jetting out there. We were down to our 4th string RB.

They were very fortunate to beat us last year and this year. We are playing much better now and I would welcome that opportunity should it happen.

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if we win the division that means we finish 12-4 or even 13-3 (most likely) which means we will win the 2 seed and get a first round bye. i just hate that seattle is gonna have home field and that its nearly impossible to beat them there. i honestly think us, the saints, the niners, green bay and maybe even detroit could all beat seattle in a home game

Bucs almost won in Seattle... they're not that great.

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Kind of weird how we could be playing the Patriots in the Super Bowl excactly 10 years after our last Super Bowl with them.

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Kind of weird how we could be playing the Patriots in the Super Bowl excactly 10 years after our last Super Bowl with them.

 

I do think the irony of that possibilty is awesome. and after the finish on monday night, our boys would be hungry to prove it wasnt a fluke.

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Bucs almost won in Seattle... they're not that great.

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You cant really compare scores though. The saints shouldve lost to tampa also. The seahawks also blew out the 9ers by 30

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