Dozin wrote:Apparently your not living in the now. The AFC is far more dominate than the NFC in this decade. The AFC has won every Super Bowl except one.
Eli's qb rating before the Pats game was 51
It's not bias at all. I think I was stating the facts.
let's not forget Brandon Jacobs is going up against a front seven that have not been spectacular against the run these past few weeks,not terrible, but, seriously if LT played last week i'd have won that bet. and Maroney is going to get shut down by the giants front 7 which leaves brady and his new pimp limp without a Play action.
He will get put on his back as often if not more then the last match up (which the giants were only a drive/int away from winning).
if you ask me (and i know you didn't) the Giants are on a roll and have just come from beating the Packers who were the 2nd overall offense in the NFL,
i wouldn't count the giants out at this point in time.
as far as the AFC being so much more dominant...
you may want to look here
The Dominant AFC had the best overall Offense this season but the runner up was greenbay then Dallas then New Orleans, then Indy (who granted would have ranked higher if they had been healthy all season long) matter of fact out of the top 10 offenses in the NFL only 5 in the top 10 are from the AFC.
defensively... again 5-5 though there are more AFC teams in the top 5 the top 10 defenses in overall stats is split 5-5. AND
the majority of these top 5 teams either did not make the playoffs or were eliminated by the end of the 1st round.
so how and where is the AFC so much more dominant then the NFC??
all i am saying is don't get too cocky this is football and anything can happen.
i already have my money riding on the giants.