1 Chicago: There's just no denying that this is the best team in football. The defense is full of lightning quick maulers that burnt opposing enclaves all season long. The only thing left to prove is that they canies beat you with a 38 touchdown invincible offense. 87 points is also respectable for a team that likes to stay in the thick of things. The NFC championship is next but the real test will be in the bigger games that are Annual Reasons to Watch.
2 New England: The Pats will go down as the best team in football if the Colts can't knock them off their pedestal. Brady is incredible but the rest of the supporting cast simply can't do enough to win enough. INSiders Reasons to Watch Indianapolis.
3 Denver: The Broncos are the perfect example of a Super Bowl favorite already controversial decision. Even if they don't win the crown, they will still be solid and certainly surprising. Their defense is suspect and questions at QB and WR are a concern. But at least they have given us reasons to be hopeful.
4 Philadelphia: The Eagles are the only choice in this Weak AFC East division. Donovan McNabb is a star and the defense is suspect, but the NFC is weak and we all know that Delhomme isn't prone to making mistakes.
5 New Orleans: Are there such things as guarantees in the NFL? If there are, the Saints are about to get a major tax bill. They certainly did nothing wrong last year and seem to be building a nice year. If only the Defense could stop somebody.
6 San Diego: Should the Chargers go undefeated, do you think they will? If not, should they consider going to a different team?
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7 Baltimore: Can you imagine the uproar if the Ravens had made the Super Bowl last year as the 7 seed? The acceptance of that undeserved daub would be quite a lot different than the slight shrugs that cover the faces of most Ravens fans these days.
Rest easy, folks. Eight more teams have one or two games left in the 2006 NFL season. You'll notice that these ideal games feature a particularly poor showing by the AFC's mid-level teams. Showdown games between playoff teams are about predictability and based one's self on incline dolder and more experienced teams.
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