The (Q)uickest 3 Minutes

Discussion in 'Quality Simulation Football' started by cry_havoc, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. cry_havoc

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    Its about that time gentleman. Myself will handle the NFC side of things as Curt will take on AFC duties. We've both decided to entertain you fellas to the tune of league updates in the Q. Theres been quite a few upsets and just overall up and down teams through out. Not for nothing...were just about 3/4 the way through the season and literally each division is wide open. With just weeks away from the playoffs...lets see who can push.




    Starting with the...




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    NFC EAST

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    Giants 7-2 (4-0)

    Eagles 6-3 (2-2)

    Cowboys 3-6 (1-2)

    Redskins 1-8 (0-3)

    The 7-2 Giants look to be the front runner boasting one of the leagues top offenses and Dlines. The Giants stumbled last week as they lost a nail biter to the 2-7 Saints in week 10. This brings the Eagles that much closer but would need help from others being that the GMen have the head to head. The Boys loom in the distance but we all know that the East can sometimes be the least expected :)


    Key Games to Watch:


    - Week 11 - Gmen vs Bucs, Dal vs Seahawks

    - Week 14 - Gmen vs Browns

    - Week 15 - Phi vs Bucs, Phi vs Dal


    NFC WEST


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    Seahawks 7-2 (2-1)

    Cards 6-3 (2-1)

    Rams 6-3 (0-2)

    49ers 3-6 (1-1)


    The West knows how to put a smile on our face. Dont they? Seeing teams that roster both Patrick Peterson and Richard Sherman at the corners is just scary. Or an in-division trade that sends arguably one of the best backs in the game over to your rival. It all pans out to be strategy right? Well its proven to work for both sides. The Hawks have lead the division for most of the season but a recent loss to the surging Cards have made it that much closer. Lynch may have got his payback but theres still alot of season to be played. Its still the Hawks division to lose but with the Cards and Rams lingering...it wont be an easy task.


    Keys Games to Watch:


    - Week 15 - Cards vs Rams

    - Week 17 - Hawks vs Card

    - Week 14 - Hawk vs Rams


    NFC NORTH

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    Vikings 6-3 (2-0)

    Lions 4-5 (1-1)

    Bears 3-6 (1-2)

    Packers 3-6 (0-1)


    Brooklyn in da house? Well Mr. Valencia has his Scandinavian pirates playing at a high level. There defense has stepped up from recent years and they still have the leagues most polished back in AP. Vikings schedule doesn’t get any easier as they face the Jags, Colts, Bucs and Lions. The Lions are still in the dust but you can never count out a team with weapons like Megatron and Reggie Bush.


    Key Games to Watch:


    - Week 11 - Vikes vs. Lions

    - Week 12 - Lions vs Jags

    - Week 13 - Vikes vs Bucs

    - Week 14 - Lions vs Colts


    NFC SOUTH


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    Buccaneers 7-2 (5-0)

    Panthers 5-4 (1-2)

    Falcons 4-5 (2-2)

    Saints 2-7 (0-4)


    The Buccaroonies had a stellar draft where they captured 2 of the top LBs coming out. Its clear that its helped the cause as Tampa's D is nearly looking like the old when Warren Sapp was around smackin bitches in the throat. But 2 teams are holding on for dear life. The Panthers lead by EJ Manuel have had a great year so far. Hes going to need his A game as they face the Bucs wk 12 in a crucial must win.Then we have the Falcons who have quality wins versus the Panthers, Giants and Broncos. Lets remember folks...they still have one of the leagues top wideouts Julio Jones.


    Key Games to Watch:


    - Week 11 - Bucs vs. Giants

    - Week 13 - Bucs vs. Vikes

    - Week 12 - Panthers vs Bucs

    - Week 15 - Panthers vs Falcons



    to be continued...
     
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  2. redlishus

    redlishus PMFL Staff - El Guesser

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    I've read better but good job never the less.
     
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  3. CTfromDC

    CTfromDC Where my money?

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    :D:hilarious::hilarious::hilarious: Haters are gonna hate cry_havoc

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    Hahahaha
     
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  4. MrWitness36

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    Good job cry_havoc let them know NFC is here haha
     
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  5. cry_havoc

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    Now for the...



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    AFC EAST

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    Dolphins 6-3 (3-1)

    Jets 6-3 (2-2)

    Patriots 5-4 (2-2)

    Bills 1-8 (1-3)


    The AFC East is definitely a division to watch with 3 teams separated by 1 game. The Dolphins and Jets have split their season series and the remaining battles between the Patriots/Jets (week 11) and Patriots/Dolphins will go a long way to determining who comes out on top of this brutal division. Don’t forget the Bills who while even though they’re not in the playoff race, have a huge opportunity to play spoiler, as they showed against the Patriots in week 10.


    Key Games to watch:

    - Week 11 – Cardinals vs Dolphins, Pats vs Jets

    - Week 12 – Seahawks vs Jets, Dolphins vs Colts, Chiefs vs Pats

    - Week 13 –Dolphins vs Seahawks

    - Week 15 – Pats vs Seahawks

    - Week 16 – Pats vs Dolphins

    AFC WEST

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    Raiders 5-4 (2-2)

    Broncos 4-5 (3-0)

    Chiefs 4-5 (2-3)

    Chargers 3-6 (1-3)

    Another season, another hotly contested AFC West division battle. Season 1 came down to the final week to determine a winner and this season looks no different with 2 games separating 1st and last in the division. The Broncos have a huge edge in determining tiebreakers as they are 3-0 in the division but a lot can change in the remaining 7 weeks as the Chiefs appear to be hitting their stride and they are still 1 game behind the Raiders. The Chargers are still alive and if they can correct their defense, can definitely have a say in deciding who wins the division.


    Key Games to Watch:

    - Week 12 – Raiders vs Bengals, Chiefs vs Pats

    - Week 13 – Chiefs vs Panthers, Broncos vs Jags

    - Week 14 – Chiefs vs Raiders

    - Week 15 – Broncos vs Raiders, Chiefs vs Bucs

    AFC NORTH

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    Browns 9-0 (4-0)

    Ravens 4-5 (2-1)

    Bengals 4-5 (0-3)


    Steelers 2-7 (1-3)

    The Browns are running away with a division and are the lone undefeated team in the league[​IMG]. Tyrod Taylor is taking care of the ball and letting the running game and stout defense do the rest. The Bengals are 2nd and are much improved from season 1 thanks to their new QB and HB. Possibly the biggest shock in the league is the defending champion Ravens at 3-5 and posting one of the leagues worst defenses. The Steelers appear to be a few key pieces away from challenging for the division.


    Key Games to Watch:

    - Week 12 – Bengals v Raiders

    - Week 13 – Bengals v Pats

    - Week 14 – Ravens v Jags

    - Week 15 – Ravens v Bengals

    - Week 16 – Ravens v Browns

    - Week 17 – Ravens v Dolphins, Browns v Broncos

    AFC SOUTH

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    Jags 7-2 (4-0)

    Colts 5-4 (1-2)

    Texans 3-6 (0-3)

    Titans 3-6 (1-2)

    The Jags have gone from worst to first thanks to a great rebuilding job and franchise QB Ryan Irwin. They lead the division by 2 games and more importantly are 4-0 in the division while every other team has at least 2 losses. The Colts to put it bluntly are struggling. They have one of the best defenses in the league but an inconsistent offense has doomed them. Their week 17 match with the Jags will be huge. The Texans started hot but have fizzled as of late and just recently lost a tough game to the Colts in overtime. Tennessee appears to have all the pieces to compete but can’t seem to put it all together, which is evident by their 2-6 record but if any team can go on a run and win out, I think it could be this Titans squad.
    Key Games to Watch:


    - Week 12 – Lions v Jags, Colts v Dolphins

    - Week 13 – Jags v Broncos


    - Week 14 – Colts v Lions, Jags v Ravens


    - Week 15 – Vikes v Colts


    - Week 16 – Jags v Vikes


    - Week 17 – Jags v Colts




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  6. thafuture3886

    thafuture3886 Power Rankings Analyst

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    Thanks for putting this together James
     
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  7. cry_havoc

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    it was alot to post in one thread so i separated it...hopefully its not annoying lol

    Thnx Curt for your help

    thafuture3886
     
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  8. cry_havoc

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    np bud...lots of fun
     
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  9. LtJustice

    LtJustice QSF Commissioner

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    Great work guys!

    Man, I got enough to worry about in the NFC West, but wow I didn't realize how big of a part these Seahawks will play in determining the AFC East race as well!

    Can't wait to see how everything unfolds in these final weeks!
     
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  10. CHUNKNESS

    CHUNKNESS Commissioner Quality Simulation Football

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    (y) good stuff
     

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