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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:56 am 

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Over the final few weeks of the NFL season you are going to hear people talk about “must-win games” as we head down the stretch. Just remember: must-win games are games for teams that weren’t good enough to take care of their business when they should have and are now looking to pull some 11th hour rabbit out of their hat and find their way into the NFL playoffs. Get ready for some hard played matchups as we head into week 15 of the NFL season.

1.Green Bay Packers (13-0) – This team just keeps on towards a perfect regular season. Not much more needs to be said that you don’t already know. Oakland came into Lambeau Field last week and just got destroyed. They travel to Arrowhead Stadium this week and try to stay perfect.

2. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-3) – The Steelers did what they had to do when their Division Foe Cincinnati came to Heinz Field for battle. Big Ben showed his toughness leading the Steelers to a big win last week. They get ready for a Monday Night Clash at Candlestick Park with the 49ers this week.

3. New Orleans Saints (10-3) – New Orleans moves up to number 3 this week after a close win on the road in the Music City against a tough Titans team last week. They stay on the road this week when they travel to the Metrodome to take on the Vikings.

4. New England Patriots (10-3) – The Patriots managed enough for the win last week at FedEX Field against the Redskins. Belichick will need to have his troops ready when they travel to the Mile High City this week and tangle with the Broncos.

5. Baltimore Ravens (10-3) – The Ravens kept from a letdown last week against the Colts at home. They are in a tight battle for the AFC North Division with the Steelers. They travel to the west coast this week for a date with the Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium.

6. San Francisco 49ers (10-3) – San Francisco just couldn’t take care of business last week when they traveled to the dessert for a matchup with Division foe Arizona, came home with the loss. They don’t have time for a pity party with the Steelers paying them a visit this week at Candlestick Park.

7. Houston Texans (10-3) – The Texans and T.J. Yates had enough left in the tank last week to pull out the win against the Bengals in the closing seconds. They have the high powered Carolina offense, led by Cam Newton coming to Reliant Stadium this week for a showdown.

8. Atlanta Falcons (8-5) – Atlanta found some life in the second half against the Panthers in Charlotte at Bank of America Stadium last week to earn the win. They have the Jags paying them a visit this week on Thursday Night Football at the Georgia Dome.

9. Detroit Lions (8-5) – The Lions found a way to get the win last week against Divisional Foe Minnesota to maintain their hopes for a playoff spot. They travel to the Bay Area for a game with the Raiders this week.

10. New York Jets (8-5) – The Jets and Sanchez have been slowly getting back into the playoff picture with a big win last week against the Chiefs in the Meadowlands, it really helped their chances. They take a bus ride to Philly this week for a matchup with the Eagles.

11. Denver Broncos (8-5) – I’ve been saying Tebow can’t get it done for weeks. For weeks I’ve been wrong. There is something special about this team; they just keep finding ways to win late in the game or OT. They did it again last week against the Bears and got the win in OT. Things don’t get any easier for them this week when the Patriots pay them a visit at Mile High Stadium.

12. New York Giants (7-6) – The Giants went into Cowboy Stadium to take a huge win against Dallas and take the lead in the NFC East. They will need to buckle their chin straps this week when they play another Division foe Redskins team at the Meadowlands to keep the lead in the NFC East.

13. Chicago Bears (7-6) – The Bears didn’t have any answers late in the game last week at Mile High Stadium. The Broncos pushed them to OT and they lost a game they should have won. The Bears will need to find some answers quick this week when the Seahawks come to town if they want to keep any hope at the playoffs.

14. Dallas Cowboys (7-6) – The Cowboys lost a crucial game against Division Foe New York Giants at Cowboy Stadium last week. They have to travel this week to Tampa Bay and try to get things turned around on a Saturday Night Football game to keep their hopes alive for a playoff spot.

15. Cincinnati Bengals (7-6) –The Bengals lost a heart breaker to a tough Texans team last week. Cincinnati travels to St. Louis this week for a game with the Rams which might be just what they need to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.

16. Oakland Raiders (7-6) – The Raiders have just collapsed the last few weeks and took a tough blowout loss last week at Lambeau Field against the Packers. They have the Lions coming into Oakland Coliseum this week for a big game for both teams.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:00 am 

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17. San Diego Chargers (6-7) – The Chargers keep their slim playoff hopes alive with a win over a struggling Bills team in San Diego last week. Will the Chargers keep it going this week when the Ravens come to town for a crucial AFC matchup?

18. Tennessee Titans (7-6) – The Titans gave the Saint all they had and couldn’t get the win at home last week. They probably have to win out to have a chance at the playoffs. They travel to Indy this week and try to get back on track in a Divisional game.

19. Seattle Seahawks (6-7) –Seattle took it to Division foe St. Louis on MNF last week and got a big win behind the running of Beast Mode in a MNF showdown. They skittle to the windy city this week to take on a struggling Bears team.

20. Philadelphia Eagles (5-8) –The Eagles got Vick back and the team played a lot better against the Dolphins in Miami last week, they took the win. They now sit at home and wait for the New York Jets to come to Philly for a Sunday afternoon matchup.

21. Arizona Cardinals (6-7) – The Cardinals were able to pull off a huge Divisional win last week against the visiting Niners. Will they keep their slim playoff hopes alive this week when Cleveland comes to town?

22. Buffalo Bills (5-8) – The Bills have pretty much run out hope for any chance at the playoffs this season. They couldn’t keep up with the Chargers last week and took the loss. They have a Divisional game this week when Miami pays them a visit.

23. Kansas City Chiefs (5-8) – The Chiefs just didn’t have enough last week when they traveled to the Meadowlands to take on the Jets. They got sent home with a loss and their Head Coach was fired. Will they regroup in time for the Champ? Green Bay comes into Arrowhead Stadium looking to keep their perfect season intact.

24. Miami Dolphins (4-9) – I’ve know I’ve been saying this team is better than their record indicates. Obviously the front office was ready for a change and to start looking for a new coach, Sparano was fired. The Dolphins had been playing some good ball till the Eagles came to town and put them back in their place. They Travel north this week to take on Divisional foe Buffalo at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

25. Cleveland Browns (4-9) – The Brown had a tough matchup last week when they traveled to Pittsburgh and couldn’t get anything going offensively and took the loss in a Thursday Night matchup with the Steelers. The Browns head to the Dessert this week to take on a high flying Cardinals team.

26. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9) –The Jags showed who was boss in the state last week when in-state rival Tampa Bay came into Everbank Stadium. Jacksonville and MJD ran all over the Bucs for a big win. They have short rest this week with a Thursday Night matchup against the Falcons in Atlanta.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-9) – The Bucs came out and took a lead early, but after that it was all Jax and MJD taking it to them and getting the win. The Bucs don’t have much time to lick their wounds as the Cowboys come to the Big Sombrero this week for a Saturday Night Football matchup.

28. Washington Redskins (4-9) – The Skins played the Patriots tough in the Capitol City last week, but didn’t have enough as they took the loss. They have to get ready for a NFC east showdown with the Giants this week at the Meadowlands, they hope to be spoilers.

29. Carolina Panthers (4-9) – Cam had a nice 1st half against Division foe Atlanta at Bank of America Stadium last week, but the Atlanta defense took it to them in the 2nd half and the Panthers took another tough loss. Things don’t get any easier this week when they travel to Reliant Stadium to take on the Texans.

30. Minnesota Vikings (2-11) – The Vikings played tough again last week against Division foe Detroit at the Metrodome. They just couldn’t muster enough to beat the Lions. They have a very tough matchup this week when New Orleans pays them a visit at home in the Metrodome.

31. St. Louis Rams (2-11) – The Rams didn’t look good at all and took the loss when they traveled to Seattle last week for a MNF showdown with the surging Seahawks in a NFC west matchup. The Bengals are next on the schedule at home in the Edward Jones Dome this week.

32. Indianapolis Colts (0-13) – Suck for Luck! Suck for Luck! Suck for Luck! They about have the #1 pick sewed up. They traveled to Baltimore last week and the Ravens weren’t real nice sending the Colts to their 13 straight loss this season. The Titans pay them a visit this week at Lucas Oil Field.


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