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    Doomed From The Start?

    Does anyone know the last time two teams from the same Conference and same Division that won the Superbowl in back to back season's? For example Pittsburgh won it last year what are Cleveland, Baltimore and Cincinnati's chances of winning it all this year?

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    I thought this was going to be about Barbaro, and why he wasnt adequately examined by the vet before they re-loaded him after he broke through the gate.


    The bengals have a fighting chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeT.MAC
    Does anyone know the last time two teams from the same Conference and same Division that won the Superbowl in back to back season's? For example Pittsburgh won it last year what are Cleveland, Baltimore and Cincinnati's chances of winning it all this year?
    I would guess it would be the NFC East in the 90's somewhere

    I think
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    91-Wash.

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    The probability of any one team winning the SuperBowl is 1/32 or one chance in thirty two tries. The odds are different. I'd say Pittsburg is a 1/10 and Cincinatty and Clevland iis a 1/75. And the Jets are 1/150 or something like that.


    But no I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK
    The probability of any one team winning the SuperBowl is 1/32 or one chance in thirty two tries. The odds are different. I'd say Pittsburg is a 1/10 and Cincinatty and Clevland iis a 1/75. And the Jets are 1/150 or something like that.


    But no I don't know.
    If Cincy's odds in Vegas are 75-1 I'd bet a grand on that.

    It is probably 15-1, I'll look it up.

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    Odds to win the 2007 Super Bowl Odds
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    Arizona Cardinals 35/1
    Atlanta Falcons 25/1
    Baltimore Ravens 35/1
    Buffalo Bills 100/1
    Carolina Panthers 11/1
    Chicago Bears 17/1
    Cincinnati Bengals 20/1
    Cleveland Browns 60/1
    Dallas Cowboys 11/1
    Denver Broncos 12/1
    Detroit Lions 80/1
    Green Bay Packers 80/1
    Houston Texans 100/1
    Indianapolis Colts 13/2
    Jacksonville Jaguars 28/1
    Kansas City Chiefs 16/1
    Miami Dolphins 17/1
    Minnesota Vikings 25/1
    New England Patriots 15/2
    New Orleans Saints 45/1
    New York Giants 18/1
    New York Jets 70/1
    Oakland Raiders 45/1
    Philadelphia Eagles 19/1
    Pittsburgh Steelers 10/1
    San Diego Chargers 14/1
    San Francisco 49ers 125/1
    Seattle Seahawks 10/1
    St.Louis Rams 60/1
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25/1
    Tennessee Titans 100/1
    Washington Redskins 13/1
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    Denver Broncos 6/5
    Kansas City Chiefs 8/5
    Oakland Raiders 7/1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeyman3
    If Cincy's odds in Vegas are 75-1 I'd bet a grand on that.

    It is probably 15-1, I'll look it up.
    20 to 1 IKey

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK
    Odds to win the 2007 Super Bowl Odds
    All wagers have action. No Refunds. No Parlays. Max $500
    Arizona Cardinals 35/1
    Atlanta Falcons 25/1
    Baltimore Ravens 35/1

    Buffalo Bills 100/1
    Carolina Panthers 11/1
    Chicago Bears 17/1
    Cincinnati Bengals 20/1
    Cleveland Browns 60/1
    Dallas Cowboys 11/1
    Denver Broncos 12/1
    Detroit Lions 80/1
    Green Bay Packers 80/1
    Houston Texans 100/1
    Indianapolis Colts 13/2
    Jacksonville Jaguars 28/1
    Kansas City Chiefs 16/1
    Miami Dolphins 17/1
    Minnesota Vikings 25/1
    New England Patriots 15/2
    New Orleans Saints 45/1
    New York Giants 18/1
    New York Jets 70/1
    Oakland Raiders 45/1
    Philadelphia Eagles 19/1
    Pittsburgh Steelers 10/1
    San Diego Chargers 14/1
    San Francisco 49ers 125/1
    Seattle Seahawks 10/1
    St.Louis Rams 60/1
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25/1
    Tennessee Titans 100/1
    Washington Redskins 13/1
    If I was a betting man, I'd put some cheese on these

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetcane
    I thought this was going to be about Barbaro, and why he wasnt adequately examined by the vet before they re-loaded him after he broke through the gate.


    The bengals have a fighting chance.
    In fact he was inspected by the vet before the reloading, just as every horse that that happens to is. We'll never know for sure, but the injury appears to not have happened until about 100yds into the race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeyman3
    If I was a betting man, I'd put some cheese on these
    The Lions?!? 80-1 or not, the Lions absolutely blow and won't be anywhere near a Super Bowl anytime soon. That team can't even make it through a few practices like crying like a bunch of little school girls.

    BTW, I find it interesting how much respect The Jets offseason is getting. Their odds are now up to 70-1 from last in the NFL and as bad as like 150-1 odds. The Jets are now being given better odds than: The Bills, Lions, Packers, Texans, 49ers and Titans. Not that any of those teams are any good, but it's an interesting scenario nonetheless.

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    ... unfortunately the last time was:

    XXXIX Feb. 6, 2005 New England 24, Philadelphia 21
    XXXVIII Feb. 1, 2004 New England 32, Carolina 29


    ... now if you're going to specify that it can't be the same team, then that is going to limit the odd's because you are taking 25% of the teams in that division out of contention ...

    Ikey is correct if it must be 2 different teams from the same division

    XXVIII Jan. 30, 1994 Dallas 30, Buffalo 13
    XXVII Jan. 31, 1993 Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
    XXVI Jan. 26, 1992 Washington 37, Buffalo 24
    XXV Jan. 27, 1991 N.Y. Giants 20, Buffalo 19




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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet
    In fact he was inspected by the vet before the reloading, just as every horse that that happens to is. We'll never know for sure, but the injury appears to not have happened until about 100yds into the race.
    A doctor said on TV that he probably just sprained it but the injuries occur afterwards like dominoes. The horse is all juiced up with adreniline and subsequently damages it after the sprain. He says world class track and field runners are told to stop right after an injury and get help of the track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet
    In fact he was inspected by the vet before the reloading, just as every horse that that happens to is. We'll never know for sure, but the injury appears to not have happened until about 100yds into the race.
    That was a very cursory exam- the jock didnt even dismount.
    You've watched a lot more races than I have, but I know its not uncommon for a horse to be scratched after doing what he did.

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    ... the only other time with different teams from the same division was the NFC East again, at elway's expense ...

    XXII Jan. 31, 1988 Washington 42, Denver 10
    XXI Jan. 25, 1987 N.Y. Giants 39, Denver 20



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