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    Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    The AFC scares no one. I mean who do they have ? The Patsies haven't won it since what ? 05 ? The last time the Steelers won it was against the 8-8 Cardinals ( And they needed a " Pick Six going Coast To Coast to win it. ) The Colts are back to being the Dolts. The Ravens offense, just can't get it done. The Chargers got old, and their not called the " Lords Of The Ringless " for nothing.The Jets crash and burn year after year. The NFC has the Giants, Packers, Saints, Niners, Lions, and even the Falcons who you cannot take lightly. NFC Dominates.

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    I agree somewhat. Don't sleep on the Texans though. I think the Texans have a legit shot of going to a Superbowl very soon.

    But the NFC has also a legit shot to rule like they did in that 1984-1996 span.

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    [quote user="TheBookOfEli"]I agree somewhat. Don't sleep on the Texans though. I think the Texans have a legit shot of going to a Superbowl very soon.

    But the NFC has also a legit shot to rule like they did in that 1984-1996 span.[/quote]

    Texans had a rough offseason though . . . . lost Williams, Ryans and Winston.


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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    [quote user="GMENAGAIN"][quote user="TheBookOfEli"]I agree somewhat. Don't sleep on the Texans though. I think the Texans have a legit shot of going to a Superbowl very soon.

    But the NFC has also a legit shot to rule like they did in that 1984-1996 span.[/quote]

    Texans had a rough offseason though . . . . lost Williams, Ryans and Winston.[/quote]Texans did all their damage without Williams, and a gimpy Ryan (who they traded, not lost).

    Winston's release was surprising.

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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    A healthy Texans team and the Ravens are capable of winning the SB. The Patriots could reload with a good draft...but I agree the NFC is stronger than the AFC at this point.

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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    Texans have a nice fairly young team and one of the best running backs and receivers in the NFL but Schaub worries me with his injury problems, I was surprised that the Texans didn't make a run at Peyton, he could of been a very nice fit in Houston.

    Ravens on the other hand are getting fairly long in the tooth defensively and their quarterback even with all his bluster is still a fairly mediocre quarterback.

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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    [quote user="TheBookOfEli"]I agree somewhat. Don't sleep on the Texans though. I think the Texans have a legit shot of going to a Superbowl very soon.

    But the NFC has also a legit shot to rule like they did in that 1984-1996 span.[/quote]

    this

    plus say what you will but the titans, chargers, steelers, pats, RAVENS should never be slept on. never.


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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    [quote user="BlueBlitzer"]The AFC scares no one. I mean who do they have ? The Patsies haven't won it since what ? 05 ? The last time the Steelers won it was against the 8-8 Cardinals ( And they needed a " Pick Six going Coast To Coast to win it. ) The Colts are back to being the Dolts. The Ravens offense, just can't get it done. The Chargers got old, and their not called the " Lords Of The Ringless " for nothing.The Jets crash and burn year after year. The NFC has the Giants, Packers, Saints, Niners, Lions, and even the Falcons who you cannot take lightly. NFC Dominates.[/quote]

    The Cardinals were 9-7 that season, same as the 2011 Giants

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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    I see the Raiders coming out of no-where in the next 2-3 years.... stand by.

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    Re: Farewell AFC, We Knew Thee Well

    Then there's that team who went to the second round of the playoffs led by a terrifying qb who just picked up one of the greats. So i'd have to say the Broncos may be a factor. And just because the pats haven't one since 05 means they can't be a contender? - Wouldn't we then have had to say the same about the Giants last year (havent won since 07) logic seems flawed. Ravens have a lot of talent as well.

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