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NFL's Top-Seed Eliminated from NFL Playoffs

Monday, January 15, 2007

The San Diego Chargers were the top pick of football fans to win it all this playoff season, but Tom Brady and the New England Patriots had other plans. Following another stunning Patriot comeback, the NFL’s top-seed was eliminated from the Super Bowl tournament. However, the team more fans were pulling for than any other—the Indianapolis Colts—pulled off a stunning victory in their old home town of Baltimore without scoring a single touchdown. The Colts and Patriots will play this coming Sunday for the AFC Championship. Heading into this past weekend, the two teams were ranked second and third most likely to win the Super Bowl by the fans.


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