Week 11 matchups could hardly be better for us (1 Viewer)

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St. Louis vs Carolina - somebody has to lose

Atlanta vs Baltimore - I just don't see Atlanta pulling this one out. They look like a team ready to mail in the rest of the season

Indy vs Dallas - Dallas has to play what looks to be the best team in the league.

Minny at Miami - Minnesota on the road against a much improved Miami team

NE vs GB - GB is quietly approaching .500, but they're catching the Pats at a bad time. They'll be looking to prove themselves this week, and the conditions won't bother them.

Chi vs NYJ - Who cares? Chicago is pretty much a lock for the playoffs, and given their remaining schedule, probably home field throughout.

Seattle vs SF - Seattle looks to be primed to take this division. Time to start rooting against St. Louis, and not worry about Seattle. A loss would be nice though.

Tenn vs Philly - OK, this isn't so good. Too bad Philly doesn't have a tougher game this week, though they still have to play Indy, Carolina, Dallas, NYG, and ATL (somebody has to lose x4).


Looks to me like a win for the Saints this week would be great and would put us on the cusp of a playoff berth, but a loss would be a disappointing setback, not a devastating one. Also, we've only lost to one NFC team thus far, and won't lose to one this week, which could be the deciding factor in a tiebreaker.
 

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The wildcard teams will probably come from the NFC East and the NFC South. Since these two divisions play each other, the head to head matchups will probably decide who makes it in.
 

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St. Louis vs Carolina - somebody has to lose.


If Carolina plays like they did last night, Bulger, Bruce, and Holt will light it up against them - They really looked bad on both sides of the ball, and I'm thrilled.

Of course, with Haz and Venturi coaching the Ram's D, S Smith and Keyshawn will probably have all world games, as well. Welcome to the NFL, week 11.
 

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You forgot NYG v Jacksonville which would be big if the Giants looses
 

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If Carolina plays like they did last night, Bulger, Bruce, and Holt will light it up against them - They really looked bad on both sides of the ball, and I'm thrilled.

Of course, with Haz and Venturi coaching the Ram's D, S Smith and Keyshawn will probably have all world games, as well. Welcome to the NFL, week 11.

But Bulger just lost Orlando Pace guarding his backside to a torn triceps.. You think Rucker and Peppers aren't going to smell blood in the water?
 

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