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Another ridiculously early post-season prediction

 

Instead of working today, I actually went through every single game of the 2010 season and picked a winner for each. Here are my playoffs, based on those predicitions.

 

Week 1: #6 New Orleans (10-6) @ #3 Dallas (12-4)

(Dallas shuts down Brees with a blistering pass rush to win at home)

#5 Minnesota (11-5) @ #4 San Francisco (12-4)

 

#6 New England (10-6)  @ #3 New York Jets (10-6)

#5 Indianapolis (12-4) @ #4 San Diego (9-7)

 

Week 2: #3 Dallas @ #1 Green Bay (14-2)

(In the snow, with passing games eliminated, the three headed monster carries the Boys to the NFCCG on their backs)

#5 Minnesota @ #2 Atlanta (13-3)

 

#6 New England @ #1 Baltimore (15-1)

#5 Indianapolis @ #2 Tennessee (13-3)

 

NFC Championship:  #5 Minnesota @ #3 Dallas

(Revenge is sweet. Jared Allen is shut down, and an aging Favre is sacked repeatedly, causing him to play erratically and ultimately throw the game-losing interception. The Cowboys win at home for the right to come back and play there two weeks later)

 

AFC Championship: #2 Tennessee @ #1 Baltimore

 

Super Bowl: Dallas vs. Baltimore

Another user-created commentary provided by a BTB reader.

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