Saturday, January 19, 2008

Title game picks

Ok folks:
I know you've all been waiting patiently for my AFC and NFC Championship predictions since I am 7 for 8 in the playoffs so far (by the way, since when did Peyton Manning lose his ability to win a big game anyway?) so here they are.

Chargers at Patriots
I have said from the middle of the season, this is the Patriots time to make history.
Unbeaten, New England will have an easy time getting by the banged-up Chargers and earning a berth in the Super Bowl. Like him or hate him (that's for you Dave and sis) Brady is the best quarterback in the league.
Despite the allegations that Randy Moss committed battery against a woman in Florida (which, as an aside, if he's ever charged and found to be guilty of hitting a woman, Moss should be thrown behind bars for 20 years) that Patriots will not be distracted.
I am still no believer in Norv Turner as a head coach, even after San Diego's big win in Indianapolis last week. Who knows how effective LaDainian Tomlinson or Antonio Gates will be playing at less than 100 percent. Who knows how much Phillip Rivers will play.
Regardless, New England is too good, too deep, too well-coached and too motivated to slip up with a Super Bowl berth on the line.
Call it another Pats blowout ...
Patriots 34, Chargers 14

Giants at Packers
After kind of listening to the New York media this past week pretty much anointing Eli Manning as the best quarterback in the NFL not named Brady (by the way, what a difference three weeks makes, huh?) you have to figure the "other" Manning won't let something like sub-zero temperatures keep him from a big game.
Look for Plaxico Burress and Amani Toomer to have big games against a decent Packers' pass defense, but running back Brandon Jacobs will use his size to wear down Green Bay's front seven.
Brett Favre has had a magical season, but there's only so much magic in a nearly 40-year-old arm. Running back Ryan Grant won't provide much help against a Big Blue front seven that has turned its season around the past month.
I think the game will be interesting for about a half before the Giants pull away in the end.
Giants 31, Packers 13
It should make for interesting rematch in the Super Bowl.
Until next time, take care and God bless.

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