NFL Week #15

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  1. mrpackerguy

    mrpackerguy Supporting Member

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    Bears Packers at the spaceship. Mathews and Woodson probably back as well as Jordy. Regardless, Norris division teams always play each other tough. A lot on the line for both teams. The Bears will see this as time for payback for losing in the NFC Championship game in 2010. Look for the Pack to go 60/40 run/pass and for the newly elevated practice squad player DuJuan Harris, to get lots of carries.

    I think the Pack pulls away in the 4th quarter after a seesaw 3 quarters.

    Pack 27 http://packerpalace.com/palace08/old-stink.html
    Bears 17
     
  2. Pacman

    Pacman Layin' Down Time Supporting Member

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    It's still December, and the Niners are coming to Foxboro. I gotta think the streak continues.

    Pats by a TD.
     
  3. LAG

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    The Bears big problem this week is that the Green Bay Packers are coming back to town. Yep. Cheeseheads.

    Will be a hard fought game as always but in the end Cutler will be dragging his beat up, green stained carcass up off the Soldier Field grass a plenty. Woodson and Matthews will be back in the Pack lineup which spells double trouble for the abominable Chicago O line.

    Green Bay Packers 27
    Chicago Bears 17
     
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    Even with 11 mini-Ditka's Packers will beat Da Bears by 30. Cutler frowns from kickoff to the final whistle.
     
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    Just as Houston faced a real-world playoff scenario last night, so will Denver when they go to Baltimore.

    Let's see what the Broncos are really made of.
     
  7. Bipslapper

    Bipslapper Well Ahoy, Paloi

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    I agree my friend, and I will be in the stands cheering them on!
     
  8. Pilgrim

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    I'll take Da Pack and Da Seasquawks!
     
  9. stratovani

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    The Pats offense steamrolled the vaunted Houston D, but I was particularly impressed by the Pats' D. SF is going to be tougher, but I wouldn't put it past Brady and Co. to hang 30+ points on the 49ers.

    Patriots 31
    49ers 14
     
  10. Kawai-chang

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    Y'all are missing the point that the Brownies have won 3 out of 4 games.
     
  11. Jeff K

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    I'm not. I said early in the season that the Browns are headed in the right direction. They're not the easy W that they used to be.
     
  12. mrpackerguy

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    I think you mean Payton and Williams.
     
  14. mrpackerguy

    mrpackerguy Supporting Member

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    Oh yea...Chucky had nothing to do with this....presumibly :)
     
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    pacojas "FYYA BUN" Supporting Member

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    i think the Giants edge out the Falcons soley based on the emerging rookie RB, Wilson!!!:hyper: i have been waiting all season to see him get some. with Browns leg and Bradshaws foot, i expect the kid to run wild straight into the play-offs.

    great timing! it almost seems like the NYG coaches were saving this weapon for the last qtr of the season!:D

    Giants-35
    Falcons-28
     
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    Yeah I drafted him in 3 out of 4 leagues. Nice that he's finally getting the ball now that I've been eliminated from the playoffs in 2 of them (and dropped him months ago in the other 2).
     
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    GB Packers number one goal is always winning another world championship.

    The Chi Bears number one goal is to beat the GB Packers.

    Lots of crying going on by the Teddys in Chi town this week, heading up to the big game on Sunday. :crying:
     
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    The Patriots are 0-2 vs the NFC West and San Francisco is arguably the best in the Division. New England has played 5 good defenses (With the Texans being a little overrated IMO) and lost to 3 of them. The SF defense is the best in the league...

    That said, as a Seahawks fan, I'm going to be a Patriots fan on Sunday!

    Seahawks in Toronto playing the Bills.

    Seattle: 20
    Buffalo: 17
     
  20. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

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    Holy hubris, Batman.
     
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    You think we don't remember what happened last year? Yeah... Not this time. Not in our house. :D

    Falcons - 28
    Giants - 17
     

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