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The White Flag writes:
"2011 NFL Playoffs"
Posted by Cooper on January 8, 2011
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The road to the Superbowl begins today with the Wildcard Playoffs. The defending Superbowl champions will take on the worst team to ever make the playoffs the Seattle Seahawks. This game will be followed by the Jets and Colts which should be the game of the week. Tommorrow we have a double header with the surprising AFC West champions Chiefs facing the Ravens followed by the Packers visiting the Vick Show in Philly. I'm stoked for this playoffs as there is an abundance amount of storylines...
--Can Vick and Roethlisberger shut up the haters and improve their image of the past?
--Can the Saints and America's golden boy Brees repeat?
--Will this be the final year for a Patriots/Colts playoff showdown?
--Can Rex Ryan prove himself that he is a Superbowl head coach?
--Can the Chiefs and Seahawks prove that they belong?

Here are my predictions:
SAINTS defeat Seahawks
JETS defeat Colts
RAVENS defeat Chiefs
EAGLES defeat Packers

STEELERS defeat Ravens
PATRIOTS defeat Jets
EAGLES defeat Bears
SAINTS defeat Falcons

STEELERS defeat Patriots
EAGLES defeat Saints

STEELERS defeat Eagles

That's right, Roethlisberger wins his third superbowl and gives the middle finger to mainstream America. The dude is already on pace to be ranked upon the Top 10 quarterbacks of all time statistically, yet football fans and the media continue to shove the same players down our throats. BLAH BLAH BREES MANNING BLAH BLAH... Drew Brees and Manning played like shit all year, yet they are still put above a quarterback who played 12 games and still threw for 3000 yards. So to finish up this blog, I'd like to officially rank the playoff quarterbacks...
1. Tom Brady
2. Ben Roethlisberger
3. Aaron Rodgers
4. Michael Vick
5. Peyton Manning
6. Drew Brees
7. Matt Ryan
8. Jay Cutler
9. Matt Cassel
10. Joe Flacco
11. Mark Sanchez
12. Matt Hasselbeck

NASCAR is right around the corner, so enjoy some football and in no time the Stock Cars will be roaring around Daytona...Peace

Hopefully this becomes the Official NFL Playoff Blog.

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