Seattle Slew!!!!. Unfortunately for the Denver Broncos, the Seattle Seahawks were the only Super Bowl team cruising like a thoroughbred horse.
Peyton Manning’s experience and game management leads the editor at Shayn Roby College Sports’ to stick with the future NFL Hall of Fame member and make the Super Bowl Prediction: Broncos by One.
as the Denver Broncos pit their highest scoring offense in NFL history, led by Peyton Manning, against the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks.
Shayn Roby ‘s Take: Denver and Seattle will face off in New Jersey as the first Super Bowl will be played in the vicinity of the Big Apple. It will provide one of the largest stages ever for former University of Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning to shine.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
AFC Championship Game
16 New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos 26
Manning vs. Brady can now be viewed as a competitive matchup from Manning’s perspective ( and no longer just Eli’s, but Peyton’s as well ).
NFC Championship Game
17 San Francisco@ Seattle Seahawks 23
In a marvelous defensive performance ,the Seahawks held the 49ers offense to 17 points.
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Shayn Roby’s Take: America will get to another Brady/ Manning showdown. It’s Peyton this time instead of Eli. It should be interesting in the Mile High City on Sunday. The San Francisco 49ers will get their opportunity to play against the Seattle Seahawks on the road in the NFC Championship.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Peyton Manning hit Julius Thomas for two huge third-down conversions late in the game to help seal a 24-17 victory for the Denver Broncos over the San Diego Chargers, while Colin Kaepernick threw one touchdown pass and ran for another score as the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Carolina Panthers 23-10 to advance to the NFC title game for the third straight season.
NFC Divisional Playoffs
AFC Divisional Playoffs
(H/T: NFL.com, Yahoo Sports, Twitter)
Shayn Roby’s Take: It’s that time of year when we see what professional football teams are truy made of. When the last cloud of dust/ astroturf has cleared, the four NFL teams left standing after this weekend should be the Broncos, Patriots, Panthers, and Seahawks.
NFL Divisional Playoffs
Saturday, January 11, 2014
113.3 New Orleans Saints @ Seattle Seahawks 125.9
Seahawks by 7
117.7 Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots 104.0
Patriots by 1
Sunday, January 12, 2004
114.7 San Francisco 49ers @ Carolina Panthers 112.0
Panthers by 1
94.5 San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos 122.5
Broncos by 3
Shayn Roby’s Take: The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos nailed down the top two spots in the final regular season Roby Ratings. Two teams, the Arizona Cardinals (10-6) and the Miami Dolphins (8-8) did not make the playoffs, but finished in the top twelve, but there was no room in the inn for them. Green Bay (ranked 17th) won the NFC North with an 8-7-1 record, and the Philadelphia Eagles (ranked 13th) claimed the NFC East with a 10-6 record.
(H/T: ESPN, NFL.com)
Team Record PD WP LD CR
1.Sea 13-3 18.6 105.5 (0.36) 123.7
2.Den 13-3 20.7 101 (0.39) 121.3
3.Car 12-4 12.5 97.5 (0.75) 109.3
4.Cin 11-5 12.5 98.0 (1.94) 108.6
5.SF 12-4 13.4 91.5 (0.23) 104.7
6.NE 12-4 10.6 93.0 (0.66) 102.9
7.NO 11-5 11.0 91.0 (0.93) 101.1
8.Ind 11-5 5.5 90.0 (1.08) 94.4
9.Ari 10-6 5.5 81.0 (1.07) 85.4
10.KC 11-5 12.5 70.0 (0.56) 81.9
11.SD 9-7 4.8 78.0 (3.05) 79.8
12.Mia 8-8 (1.8) 78.0 (2.59) 73.6
13.Phi 10-6 6.0 63.5 (2.06) 67.4
14.Pit 8-8 0.9 64.5 (2.80) 62.6
15.Chi 8-8 (3.3) 68.0 (3.56) 61.1
16.Bal 8-8 (3.2) 61.5 (2.30) 56.0
17.GB 8-7-1 (1.1) 58.8 (2.48) 55.2
18.StL 7-9 (1.6) 57.0 (2.13) 53.3
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