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Old 2012-01-15, 16:10   Link #4181
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Lol that ball hit Kevin Walter in the shoulder pad.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:11   Link #4182
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and now I have to hope the Ravens can plug Tom Brady...
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:15   Link #4183
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They've done it before, they should hopefully be able to do it again.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:16   Link #4184
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Well, I know that now, regardless of how The Niners perform, I'll be cheering on the NFC team in the Superbowl this year.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:20   Link #4185
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Barring the Giants advancing to the Super Bowl, I'm cheering for the NFC this year. Ravens, Giants, and especially the Patriots can all kick rocks.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:22   Link #4186
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They've done it before, they should hopefully be able to do it again.
I don't think Ravens D can stop Gronk. Ravens offense better step up next week.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:25   Link #4187
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With the Texans out I need Brady to avenge that 09 loss
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:34   Link #4188
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uh oh the Packers have a RYAN. Ryan Grant you're next.
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Old 2012-01-15, 16:35   Link #4189
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Today's game was predictable, the Pats game is where we'll see who wants it more.

Still hoping for a 49ers v Ravens Superbowl.


As for this NY v WI, the turnovers are fun to watch.
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Old 2012-01-15, 17:55   Link #4190
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Today's game was predictable, the Pats game is where we'll see who wants it more.

Still hoping for a 49ers v Ravens Superbowl.
Predictable maybe, but The Texans stayed in it to the end. BTW, I'm watching the Giants-Packers game and it's actually pretty intense so far.
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Old 2012-01-15, 18:07   Link #4191
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I don't think Ravens D can stop Gronk. Ravens offense better step up next week.
Agreed. Ed may be on him occasionally but he's not one to follow TEs around. Hopefully, they can limit him.

Like you said though, it's really going to be up to Flacco and company. The o-line got abused today. NE's defense isn't as good as Houston's, but the offense still has to perform.
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Old 2012-01-15, 18:12   Link #4192
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Old 2012-01-15, 18:13   Link #4193
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How mad are the Packers for using that timeout and letting Bradshaw run it out of bounds?
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Old 2012-01-15, 18:16   Link #4194
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I figured that run out of bounds would be barely enough for a field goal. Instead Eli goes for the gamble and gets the touchdown. Can they keep it up though?
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Old 2012-01-15, 18:17   Link #4195
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Eli is rising to the occasion yet again in the playoffs.

So far all my picks for this week have been coming true. If the Giants win I'll be perfect.

I love seeing Defenses bringing high power offenses to a halt. Let the D bring the game back to tough earnage. Lets go Giants (can't believe I'm rooting for them since I'm an Eagles fan).
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Old 2012-01-15, 19:22   Link #4196
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As a Patriots fan I'm pleased with the result of their game, but not surprised. I've been fearing the Baltimore matchup the most from the beginning. But with the game in Foxboro and not Baltimore they are not as scary.

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I don't think Ravens D can stop Gronk. Ravens offense better step up next week.
The emergence of Gronk and Hernandez this season is what makes me think the Pats have much more flexibility than in the past few years. I don't think the rush Brady all the time route works as well with such talented TEs he can quickly dump it to, and Welker of course scampering nearby as per usual. They have a very quick pace of offense this year, and the O line is looking great with Brian Waters a key addition in comparison to past years. I think they have their best shot against this Baltimore defense with this season's team.

More interesting than the Patriots game was that crazy 49er's win. Their d line is just monstrous. That one play where Smith drives the guy blocking him into Brees, then knocks them both over for the sack... Crazy determination.

Now it looks like the playoff-form Giants are going to upset the Packers. It would be fitting, they are the slayers of high-record teams, I as a Patriots fan know that all too well...
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Old 2012-01-15, 19:25   Link #4197
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I told ya Ryan Grant was next.
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Old 2012-01-15, 19:26   Link #4198
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Packers losing the turnover battle. And dropped balls throughout the game. Oh, how sweet it is.
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Old 2012-01-15, 19:27   Link #4199
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Well, that game's over. Guess I have to root for the 49ers now in the NFC. Obviously gotta go Ravens in AFC, so let's go Har-Bowl II!
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Old 2012-01-15, 19:29   Link #4200
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My G-men are going ham!, though i expected a more intense tiptoeing play like dem 49ners-saints. Giants looks like cruising to the win.
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