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NFL Week #16

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by mrpackerguy, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. mrpackerguy

    mrpackerguy Supporting Member

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    Pack/Titans at Lambeau.

    Obviously a game the Pack SHOULD win. Titans didn't look like an offensive juggernaut last nite but stranger things have happened. Pack know if they can keep winning, the #2 seed is within reach.

    Pack 31
    Titans 21
  2. LAG

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    Pack 29
    Titans 10

    Chris Johnson will be held under 75 yards rushing. Locker will get picked off at least twice.

    Go Pack Go!
  3. Hopkins

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    Texans are going to win a close one 27-20 against Minn. Peterson is going to get his yards, but the Vikings are to one dimensional to beat the Texans, and the Texans have the 1 seed riding on this game.
  4. electracoyote

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    Denver had better prep well. Cleveland is a talented team, better than their record.
  5. JimB52

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    Denver has played four teams with winning records this season, and lost three times.


    I hope T\the Beagles don't manage to beat the Redskins on sunday. I like the three way tie in the NFC East.
  6. electracoyote

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    So, Cincinnati and Baltimore don't count? O--kay.

    Denver's hardly the only team that plays in a dysfunctional division and reaps the rewards. Not much they can do about that. Still, division games are tough wins, even if some of the teams have losing records, and there are a few divisions that will bare that out.

    Now that Denver has gelled as a team and is firing on all cylinders, I'm looking forward to re-matches in the post season.
  7. LAG

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    The Titans hardly showed up today in Green Bay.

    Seattle, beat the Niners tonight and things will be cool between you guys and us Packer fans. Deal?
  8. Jeff K

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    No post-season for the Steelers. Bengals won it late after another ill-timed interception from Ben. But he (Ben) WAS hurting at the time. He had a guy hit the front of his knees while getting hit from behind by another. Didn't look good, although he did finish the game. Maybe next year...
  9. electracoyote

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    Ben's been gimpy most of the year. Tough season for the Steelers, it always feels strange when they don't make the post season.
  10. Eric Perry

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    IMHO, Roethlisberger had no interest in making the post-season. He has a new kid, and wanted the time off.
  11. Jeff K

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    Nah, I don't buy that. While I get your point about him being very excited about, and wanting to spend time with his kid, he always wants to win. He's a tough competitor, but has had some bad weeks lately. But I'll never believe that he didn't WANT to win.

    The Steelers D did a good job for the most part. It was the offense that let them down. Heath Miller also got hurt today. Keisel was wearing jog pants when he helped Miller off the field. So I wouldn't be surprised to see them lose to Cleveland next week as well. If so, at least they'll move up a bit in the draft...
  12. cheezewiz

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    Thanks for that Seabags. Pack now in the driver's seat for the #2 seed. BTW, all is not forgiven. It's still the worst call ever.
  13. LAG

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    Thank you Seattle for spanking the 49ers. That was swell of you. We (Packers) cant wait to play you again in January, this time at our house, with the regular officials.
  14. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN" Supporting Member

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    i think Eli is having problems throwing! for the last quarter of this season he has consistantly under throw his top guys. it looks like i'll be rooting for RGIII in the play-offs!:hyper:

    early call:

    Cowboys-28
    Redskins-35
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    You're very welcome!:D

    I look forward to the rematch. Regular officials and all!

    This is not the same Seahawks team that you guys may have* beat earlier. Keep in mind that in the '05 season, the 'Hawks beat the Eagles 46 - 0 in heavy snow.

    Nobody should discount what the Seahawks can do right now.


    *I didn't like that last call, but there were so many wonky calls throughout that whole game that the final outcome was something of a crapshoot to say the least. Everyone focuses on that last call, but there were quite a few earlier ones that may have swung the game this way or that.
  16. Hopkins

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    My Texans didn't even show up to Reliant Stadium yesterday. They better get their stuff together Sunday.
  17. Randyt

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    Is there a monday nighter tonight??
  18. Passinwind

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    Hold that thought. Blame the team, not the officials. Seattle's no good, nothing to worry about. They're playing with house money, their luck is bound to run out...;)
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    Go Colts!

    (Sorry man, we like The Kube here in Denver, but we'd like #1 seed even more :D)
  20. mrpackerguy

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    Thank you Russell! Doing Wisconsin another favor! But in doing so, you show yourselves to be a scary playoff team.

    Houston, San Fran, I'd be ascared.

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