AG’s Imaginary Playoffs Power Rankings

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#1 Chiefs

The playoffs this year feels like the Chiefs Vs. the NFC. We’ll see how it pans out, but the Chiefs had a week to rest and are for the first time in my adult life getting healthy at the right time.

#2 Saints

The Saints are led by Mr. Lifetime Achievement award. Their offense is good, and their defense is at times complementary. They have shown, however, they can be shutdown by inferior teams.

#3 Rams

The Rams are as hot and cold as it gets. The can run with the best and roll in the mud with the worst. Good luck picking them to win or lose against Dallas.

#4 Eagles

There’s something about this team you just can’t explain. They shouldn’t be in the playoffs, and they shouldn’t have beat the Bears, but here they are. You just can’t write this team off.

#5 Chargers

Oh the Chargers. Who cares, I’m over them.

#6 Colts

Another team that doesn’t quite seem like they belong in the playoffs, and the Colts drew the easiest matchup of the Wildcard weekend. It was like watching two paper tigers play patty cake.

#7 Patriots

These aren’t your Patriots of old. Other than finding new and creative ways to cheat. I’m sure they still got that down. I’m just happy the Chiefs don’t have to play in Foxboro.

#8 Dallas

Another team I didn’t expect to see playing this weekend. There is literally nothing exciting I can say about this team.

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01/09/2019 11:05 am

So, based on these rankings, you have the Chargers at Chiefs and Rams at Saints for the conference championship games.

Reply to  Anthony Stratton
01/09/2019 11:06 am

They let you keep your phone in jail?

Reply to  Anthony Stratton
01/09/2019 12:22 pm

Please tell me you used a baggie or you’ll never get that phone clean.

01/09/2019 10:57 am

Love the optimism but as an original fan (OF) there is this black pit of doubt that no matter how many MVPatrick highlights I watch no light seems able to reach. No matter how many times I tell myself if we had a quarterback of Mahomes capabilities our playoff record would be quite different and much brighter. And then I see this defense and its multiple years decline to become the shit show it has devolved into. Bob at the head of it just seems so much like doing the same thing and expecting a different result. I keep grasping at all the straws but the drowning feeling just won’t go away. While I will always be a fan of the Chiefs until the day I die. I need this win against the Colts to dispel that pit of doubt that lurks at the core of my fandom like the super giant black hole that lives at the center of the milkey way galaxy. I don’t care how it gets done, I don’t care if afterwards all the talking heads say the Chiefs didn’t deserve this win (as Mr. Eastwood so aptly quipped,” deserves got nothing to do with it.”) my fandom needs this win like it has never needed a win since Super Bowl IV. Chiefs forever! Lets just go win this motherfucker.

Reply to  0marvin0
01/09/2019 12:33 pm

I feel the same way. I am generally a positive person, but I’ve been burned too many times by this team. I’m not sure who will win but I don’t have the confidence many people seem to have. I’m going to assume the worst then be pleasantly surprised if they win.

01/09/2019 10:02 am

Agreed and agreed. Now its time to take care of business. Like Mitch says….PUT THE HAMMER DOWN!

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