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Does the road to Super Bowl LIII in the AFC go through......

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7 hours ago, Championshiporbust said:

Does the road to Super Bowl LIII go through New England again in the AFC, or does it go through Jacksonville or Pittsburgh, or Indianapolis? 

I'll go glass half full if everything breaks right, Houston.  

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it would be surreal if we got a AFC title game without New England.. I want that surreal experience

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Darkhorse for #1 seed Tennessee

Essentially no weaknesses on the team and new offensive system tailored for a Mariota-career year

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Posted (edited)

1. New England 

2. Pittsburgh

3. Jacksonville 

 

....until I see otherwise 

Edited by TakeTheBallDeep

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we're getting another pittsburgh at new england title game but a different result i'm feeling 

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Need to see another solid year from jacksonville before I’m convinced. They will come crashing back just like Oakland did 

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I think Jacksonville is the team to beat in the AFC as of right now.

 

 

And lolololololololololol at the Colts. They're a freaking dumpster fire. There's a better chance that New England goes 0-16 than there is of Indianapolis making the freaking playoffs. Their team is a dumpster fire aside from Luck, who is apparently really unhealthy and hasn't played the game in a long while.

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16 hours ago, Heinz D. said:

Brady is super impressive, and all, but...their backup situation is kind of lacking now. If Tom Terrific goes down, I don't know that the team is good enough to withstand that. 

Well no kidding. 95% of all teams ever are out of contention if their starting QB goes down.

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17 hours ago, jvmillion83 said:

I'll go glass half full if everything breaks right, Houston.  

Given their injury history everything has been breaking, thats the problem

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3 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

Given their injury history everything has been breaking, thats the problem

Eventually, you have to figure the injury bug will be exterminated in Houston. A new strength and training regime should help a lot.

If Watson and Mathieu stay healthy,  I say Houston is the 5 seed. Add in a healthy Watt, you potentially have a top 2 seed.

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can't wait to see how AFC south and AFC west turns out this year... so many possibilities

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2 hours ago, EliteTexan80 said:

Eventually, you have to figure the injury bug will be exterminated in Houston. A new strength and training regime should help a lot.

If Watson and Mathieu stay healthy,  I say Houston is the 5 seed. Add in a healthy Watt, you potentially have a top 2 seed.

I feel like we say this about Green Bay and the Chargers alot too

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I think I'd go with the team most likely to sweep their division which is the Patriots. Steelers 2nd. No other team seems even remotely likely. Says more about the other teams in the divisions than anything, though.

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Posted (edited)

Nashville! ^_^

not actually, but actually

Edited by renndawg37

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