Brady/Manning XVII

Ferm Sheller

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My son's 12. This is his 8th AFC Championship game. He said, "It's easy. All you gotta do is win one game at home and you're in."
 

RoyHobbs

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What an awesome, awesome team.

That said, you don't have to have tin foil atop your head to suspect referee home cooking is going to play some kind of a factor in a NE-DEN game in Denver. Wish they had just salted MIA away.
 

MuppetAsteriskTalk

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Make no mistake about it: I want Denver. I want to put the last nail in Peyton Manning's HGH filled coffin. I want retribution for the first loss of the season. I want Denver.
Agree. Although Peyton earning his 10th (I think) one and done would be a nice consolation prize.
 

Slow Rheal

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If Pitt wins AB is coming back for the game and Ben will be "healthier" and they should most likely have a legit RB, but yeah, I'll take Pitt in NE all day over Denver. Too much bad juju in that building
 

Don Buddin's GS

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Grew up in NE; married a Pittsburgher; lived there for three years and Steelers won 2 Super Bowls; only time I don't root for the Steelers is when they face the Pats. My wife and I will end up watching in separate rooms..

Screw Denver, bring on the Steelers at home.
 

riboflav

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Yeah and it was really just a jab at all those who think losing a big game (like the Super Bowl) is worse than not having made it to the big game.
 

Ed Hillel

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This offense would put up 40 against Pitt, but Pitt is gonna get blown off the field tomorrow, so going to Denver is just fine. Let's 2004 this shit.
 

BigSoxFan

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No matter who wins, hopefully both teams beat the shit out of each other. Preference has to be Pitt at home even with Brown. Let's begin and end their season with a loss in Gillette.
 

Al Zarilla

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Grew up in NE; married a Pittsburgher; lived there for three years and Steelers won 2 Super Bowls; only time I don't root for the Steelers is when they face the Pats. My wife and I will end up watching in separate rooms..

Screw Denver, bring on the Steelers at home.
But, but, no brie and french bread or tortilla chips and guacamole dip on the couch together?
 

86spike

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Nice solid win today.

Told you KC was a mirage. The laundry attendants won't even have to wash Brady's jersey after that no show by their pass rush.
 

brandonchristensen

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I want to play the Steelers for two reasons.

1. That means Peyton had another one and done.
2. We can fuck with the communications again.
 

Dahabenzapple2

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I have a chance to go to the AFC Championship game if there is one in Gillette.

My friend says 75% chance he gets the tickets.
 

JimD

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Fuck it - 2004 simply would not have been the same without sticking it to the MFY's, so bring on the Broncos. Knock Peyton out of the game, harass the Brockstar until he melts into a puddle of blubbering goo and punch another ticket to the Super Bowl on their field.
 

AB in DC

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Pats need to play at home, and then hand out pressure gauges to the first 20,000 fans entering the stadium.
This needs to happen.