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NFL underdog winner theory

Theory has only one rule:

Winners must win once as an underdog before they must then lose.

Remaining NFL playoff games to serve as Experimental Validation or Falsification of theory, expected to be valid in 2006.

Wildcard results:

Rule had no predictive value as no winners had been established only seeding. I.E. (Home field for favorites – Visitor status for all underdogs)

Predictions 2nd round Games:

Patriots won Wildcard but not as an underdog

– Therefore Patriots must win as underdog visitors over Denver.

All other Wildcard Teams won as underdogs

– Therefore they must now lose.

Thus favorites Chicago, Indianapolis, & Seattle to win.

Predictions Championships:

Chicago @ Seattle; Both have won but neither as underdog,

- therefore as underdog in this game Chicago must win.

Patriots @ Indianapolis; Patriots coming off winning as underdog must now lose,

- Therefore Colts and Bears @ Detroit for Superbowl.

Superbowl note:

Chicago will be playing after winning as an underdog,

Sorry Bears

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go Real Blue.

RB

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