AFC Royalty still in the playoffs checking in
lol, cute, but lets be real. Time for the grown men to do what they do.
>since 2000, the Patriots, Steelers, Colts, and Ravens have won the AFC for all except 2002 (Raiders) and 2014 (Broncos)
>since 1995 the AFC champion has been either the Steelers, Broncos, Ravens, Patriots, and Colts except for 1999 (Titans) and 2002 (Raiders)
>tfw your team's quarterback is manning/brady/roethlisberger
I'll just ask.
Who do you think is most likely to beat the Pats for the AFCC?
The Chiefs. They haven't lost since October. Their secondary is ridiculous which will cause issues for a weak Patriots receiving core and their front 7 has been completely shutting down running backs this season.
Also with Justin Houston back who knows what kind of pressure the chiefs could put on someone.
>1995 - Cowboys
>1996 - Packers
>1997 - Packers
>1998 - Falcons
>1999 - Rams
>2000 - Giants
>2001 - Rams
>2002 - Buccaneers
>2003 - Panthers
>2004 - Eagles
>2005 - Seahawks
>2006 - Bears
>2007 - Giants
>2008 - Cardinals
>2009 - Saints
>2010 - Packers
>2011 - Giants
>2012 - 49ers
>2013 - Seahawks
>2014 - Seahawks
12/16 teams ain't bad
It wasnt refball.
John Fox went spineless (which is his nature) and actually played for overtime when they had a chance to go on a game winning drive with some time on the clock.
Then they get in overtime and the Safety tries to be the hero and went for the pick, instead the ball sails over him and to the receiver for a touchdown, game over.
>And some people still dont understand why John Fox got fired
baka desu senpai
>Then they get in overtime and the Safety tries to be the hero and went for the pick, instead the ball sails over him and to the receiver for a touchdown, game over.
Someone didn't watch the game
Trust me, I hated Fox from week 1, but it was blatant refball, the phantom PI gave the ravens momentum when the game looked to be going the way of the 33-6 loss from week 13.
Then on the next possession the Ravens committed DPI that wasn't called resulting in a pick 6, and I can't remember what was the third thing without rewatching that game.
No excuse for the secondary's collapse at the end though.
I did watch the game, Im telling you what actually happened in the game. As opposed to merely crying about the refs like losers always do.
John Fox decided to kneel out regulation in favor of overtime, in a year where Peyton was still good. Then the Broncos got memed on which is what they deserved for being retards.
>Implying the board hadn't been ruined by 2010 wc posters
>he doesn't remember the board before flags were posted next to the user
>he doesn't remember the women of xyz countries power ranking thread
>he doesn't remember spee making Michelle Jenekes warm up dance famous
>he doesn't remember the /a/ raids
I'm new as in I didn't browse until the last prime cancer year of 2012 but I'm not that new
>implying i wasn't here for all that
>implying im probably not one of the oldest fags here
>implying im not here forever no matter how shitty it is
>implying you didn't imply all of this
my face when https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1PNITe10po
i remember getting a goiter for a birthday present every year
>pittsburgh without their two best offensive weapons
>peyton hasnt played a full game since he got btfo by the Chiefs
>Brady facing the Chiefs for the first time since getting btfo last year
Chiefs odds are pretty good
>Landry Jones Steelers
>Missing foot Peyton/babby Brock Broncos
>Only other team with a winning record they beat were the 'Thank God for Divisions' Texans
lol, Chiefs are garbage.
Of course it hurts more. That's sports; it hurts sometimes. That's what makes the wins better. I'm a Pats fan and my favorite Owls were the loss to Green Bay and the win last year. Even though we lost to GB, we were so shit for so long that just being in the Owl was amazing. And then winning last year after getting autism'ed twice (including >18-1) was made so much better because being a Pats fan meant feeling invincible then cursed. To be at the top, get knocked the fuck down, then to get back to the top is sooo much better than just winning.
When I was in high school I ran track and XC. I won my league my sophomore year, got trounced in my worst race of the season as a junior and missed the state meet, then came back and win as a senior.
That roller coaster shit makes you feel all the feels, and that's what I love about sports, both as a participant and a fan.