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Old 12-31-2012, 10:08 AM
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Default AFC playoff teams....Record against teams with winning records

I did this myself so I apologize if there are any moinor mistakes, but here are the winning percentages of each AFC playoff team versus teams with winning records.

Bengals....... .600 (3-2)
Texans........ .500 (4-4)
Colts............ .500 (3-3)
Pats............. .500 (3-3)
Broncos...... .400 (2-3)
Ravens....... .375 (3-5)
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:34 AM
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That's pretty interesting. We seem to have garnered the reputation (somewhat fairly I think) in the last couple of seasons of being unable to win the big game up until last weeks win over the Steelers, so it's interesting to see we're the only AFC playoff team with a winning record against winning teams.

Sure, some will pick holes in wins against the Ravens backups, Washington before they got hot and an inconsistent Giants team, but you could probably pick the same type of holes in the wins and losses of each playoff team.
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:37 AM
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I did this myself so I apologize if there are any moinor mistakes, but here are the winning percentages of each AFC playoff team versus teams with winning records.

Bengals....... .600 (3-2)
Texans........ .500 (4-4)
Colts............ .500 (3-3)
Pats............. .500 (3-3)
Broncos...... .400 (2-3)
Ravens....... .375 (3-5)
The Bengals 3-2 record is a little misleading. The two losses were to the broncos and the ravens. But we also beat the ravens. So I like our chances.
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:45 AM
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That's pretty interesting. We seem to have garnered the reputation (somewhat fairly I think) in the last couple of seasons of being unable to win the big game up until last weeks win over the Steelers, so it's interesting to see we're the only AFC playoff team with a winning record against winning teams.

Sure, some will pick holes in wins against the Ravens backups, Washington before they got hot and an inconsistent Giants team, but you could probably pick the same type of holes in the wins and losses of each playoff team.
Yea I've heard some say that but I believe Washington was on a winning streak when we beat them.
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Old 12-31-2012, 10:52 AM
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Yea I've heard some say that but I believe Washington was on a winning streak when we beat them.
They were 1-1 when we played them, coming off of a loss to the Rams.

3-6 before the bye, 7-0 after.
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Guess I'm wrong then.
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The Bengals 3-2 record is a little misleading. The two losses were to the broncos and the ravens. But we also beat the ravens. So I like our chances.
Yes But those losses to the Broncos and Ravens were when our D was closer to Last in the League than to Best in the league like it is now.
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They were 1-1 when we played them, coming off of a loss to the Rams.

3-6 before the bye, 7-0 after.
That's such a cop-out. I could make an argument that OP's numbers are skewed, too. For instance, the Steelers would have a winning record had they beaten the Bengals in week 16, but then we would've had the loss, so it wouldn't matter.

It's a broken system that people put WAY too much stock into.
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The Bengals 3-2 record is a little misleading. The two losses were to the broncos and the ravens. But we also beat the ravens. So I like our chances.
The Broncos game was a close fought one. One of the two games I went to this year, other was the raiders.
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That's pretty interesting. We seem to have garnered the reputation (somewhat fairly I think) in the last couple of seasons of being unable to win the big game up until last weeks win over the Steelers, so it's interesting to see we're the only AFC playoff team with a winning record against winning teams.

Sure, some will pick holes in wins against the Ravens backups, Washington before they got hot and an inconsistent Giants team, but you could probably pick the same type of holes in the wins and losses of each playoff team.
No one can dictate who we will play or when we play them or even which players we will go against. "Washington before they got hot". I can't stand this saying. We beat Washington, that is all that needs to be said. Who is to say that Washington would beat us now?
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Yes But those losses to the Broncos and Ravens were when our D was closer to Last in the League than to Best in the league like it is now.
Broncos weren't even remotely close to as good as they are now on offense.
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Broncos weren't even remotely close to as good as they are now on offense.
Only way Broncos don't go to Super Bowl is if Manning goes down.
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Broncos weren't even remotely close to as good as they are now on offense.
You gotta think Peyton starts running out of gas soon especially if we can repeatedly hit him.
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I don't think the Broncos can win out in the playoffs. I just have a feeling they lose. Mareno is going to have a fumble that costs them the game. Just my sneaky suspicion.
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I did this myself so I apologize if there are any moinor mistakes, but here are the winning percentages of each AFC playoff team versus teams with winning records.

Bengals....... .600 (3-2)
Texans........ .500 (4-4)
Colts............ .500 (3-3)
Pats............. .500 (3-3)
Broncos...... .400 (2-3)
Ravens....... .375 (3-5)
Who'da thunk it?
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Only way Broncos don't go to Super Bowl is if Manning goes down.
As much as I love my Bengals I have to agree with this. The Broncos defense is now one of the best in the league.

People talk about Manning making Decker and Thomas look good, but when I watch them those guys are making amazing catches. They were very good WRs before Manning showed up.
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Only way Broncos don't go to Super Bowl is if Manning goes down.
I dont bye that .....you have to understand ....That they lost to most of the good teams they played.......Any team can beat up on the raides chiefs chargers browns and a beat up ravens team.....1st of all payton is only good because he has all day to throw the ball....What did they do so far that tim tebow didnt do last year.....tebow got them to the 2nd round of the playoffs......2 of the 3 teams in there division are picking in the top 5 of the 2013 draft...........NOT SO FAST WITH THEM BRONCOS......
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As much as I love my Bengals I have to agree with this. The Broncos defense is now one of the best in the league.

People talk about Manning making Decker and Thomas look good, but when I watch them those guys are making amazing catches. They were very good WRs before Manning showed up.
If we had the 6 wins from playing in there division we would be the number 1 seed
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That's pretty interesting. We seem to have garnered the reputation (somewhat fairly I think) in the last couple of seasons of being unable to win the big game up until last weeks win over the Steelers, so it's interesting to see we're the only AFC playoff team with a winning record against winning teams.

Sure, some will pick holes in wins against the Ravens backups, Washington before they got hot and an inconsistent Giants team, but you could probably pick the same type of holes in the wins and losses of each playoff team.


Redskins were leading the league in scoring when we played them. We just played great Defense in containing RG3.
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If we had the 6 wins from playing in there division we would be the number 1 seed
You don't win 11 games in a row if you're not a good team. Simple as that.
They have a dominant pass rush(2nd in the NFL) and one of the best QBs in NFL history playing his best football. On top of that, we have to go to mile high without our best defender(Geno has sickle cell trait).

If we make it past the Texans, I'm 99% sure we will be beaten by the Broncos. They're just a better team, ESPECIALLY at home.
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Redskins were leading the league in scoring when we played them. We just played great Defense in containing RG3.
It also helped that their secondary was a sieve.
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The Broncos are good no doubt, but we will play them tough and it could go either way.

Our team is really hot too, don't forget and our Defense is playing great right now.

I don't know if the sickle cell thing messes with Geno as much as Ryan Clark, i sure hope not.

That is a really good point cause Geno is our Defense.
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Only way Broncos don't go to Super Bowl is if Manning goes down.
So if we play Denver, we should....

A ) Try to cover their receivers.

B ) Run the ball every play to run out the clock.

C ) Sack his sorry Bronco.
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I did this myself so I apologize if there are any moinor mistakes, but here are the winning percentages of each AFC playoff team versus teams with winning records.

Bengals....... .600 (3-2)
Texans........ .500 (4-4)
Colts............ .500 (3-3)
Pats............. .500 (3-3)
Broncos...... .400 (2-3)
Ravens....... .375 (3-5)
And yet the rep is we can't beat anybody.

Thanks Fred!
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I don't think the Broncos can win out in the playoffs. I just have a feeling they lose. Mareno is going to have a fumble that costs them the game. Just my sneaky suspicion.
He's avoided bad weather so far this year but put him in a game with bad weather and see what happens, apart from his Super Bowl he hasn't played very well in those games
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