Monthly Archives: January 2011
The Pittsburgh Steelers totally dominated the New Yorks Jets in the first half of the AFC Championship game. The Steelers managed to run the ball on the Jets, while the Jets have not been able to do much at all against the Steelers defense. Look for Rex Ryan to make several adjustments in the second half as the Jets try to crawl back into the game. Get your Pittsburgh Steelers Calendars! Pittsburgh Steelers Calendars
After an impressive comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens last week, the Pittsburgh Steelers will host the New York Jets in the AFC Championship game today. This will be a battle between two teams who play great defense and like to run run the ball. The winner of this game will advance to the Superbowl to play the Green Bay Packers. I expect the Steelers to pull out a close one mainly because of the home field advantage. Prediction: Steelers 20 Jets 17
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers offense proved too much for the Chicago Bears today. Despite throwing for two interceptions, the Packers defeated the Bears and will advance to Dallas to play the winner of the Steelers vs Jets game in the Superbowl. The Green Bay Packers are now the NFC Champions. Final Score: Packers 21 Bears 14
The Chicago Bears will be hosting the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship today. Both teams have great defenses but I would have to give the edge to the Packers because they have a better offense. It should be a great NFC Championship game. Prediction: Packers 24 Bears 17
The Baltimore Ravens totally dominated the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC wild card matchup. The Ravens offense help the ball for over 40 minutes and the defense smashed the young Chiefs team in the mouth time and time again forcing fumbles and turnovers. The Ravens will advance to play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday.
The New York Jets beat the Indianapolis Colts today in a game that went down to the very end. Revis had another incredible defensive performance shutting dow Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne. The Jets won the game by kicking a field goal with just seconds on the clock to win 17 to 16.
The Seattle Seahawks upset the defending Superbowl Champion New Orleans Saints today in a high scoring battle. Many people thought that the Seahawks did not even deserve to be in the playoffs with one of the worst regular season records ever for a team that made it to the playoffs. The Seattle Seahawks proved their critics wrong today. Hasslebeck threw for touchdowns passes for the Seahawks as they defeat the Saints 41 to 36.