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post #6021 of 7452 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 12:56 AM
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I'm so happy that my favorite team, the Green Bay Packers, won their first playoff game tonight! I can't wait for next week's game against the 49ers. It should be a fantastic competitive matchup
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It seems like the whole Bengals offense played like shit today except for Benjarvis Green-Ellis. Texans have to find a way to score touchdowns in the red zone. This game would've been a blowout if they were able utilize their opportunities in the red zone better.
Oh I agree. Dalton was absolutely terrible and I feel their two biggest mistakes were not giving Law Firm touches when he was playing great and I feel like they should've at least attempted to get A.J. Green involved in the first half. To not even attempt to throw the ball to the best player on your team until towards the end of the 3rd quarter is pathetic.

As far as the Texans go, once again, I agree. This game should've been a blowout going into halftime. The Texans missed too many opportunities, this is a game that they should've won by at least two touchdowns. They can't afford for mistakes like that against teams like the Patriots or Broncos, especially not on the road. Good news for the Texans though is that it seemed like their defense stepped up compared to recent weeks.

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Houston's going to get their ass beat if they don't come through with td's when they get in the chance.


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I went 1 for 2.

I thought the Bengals would get the upset.

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2 for 2, thought vikings would make it closer though.
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So now it's the Packers visiting San Fran. Aaron Rodgers coming home to California to play against the team that passed on him. It's going to be emotional for him. Would be a great match-up against the guy the 49ers chose over him instead. But no, Harbaugh went all in with his poker chips for Kaepernick instead. Darn it! Anyways, I think the Niners can beat the Packers. They are hosting at home and the Packers are very one-dimensional.


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Robert Griffin III - QB - Redskins
Dr. James Andrews said he never cleared Robert Griffin III (knee, LCL) to return to the field because he never even examined him.
This conflicts heavily with what head coach Mike Shanahan said shortly after the initial injury happened. Andrews was on the sideline that day, and Shanahan said he asked the world-renowned surgeon if RGIII could go back in. Shanahan said he was told by Andrews that he was good to go. Andrews goes as far to say that he's the one that finally shut Griffin down and adds that he's still a "nervous wreck" and "holding my breath" over the situation. Despite all of this, RGIII will be out there Sunday afternoon against the Seahawks, sporting the knee brace and all.
Source: USA Today Jan 6 - 10:08 AM

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Well, shit. Now I'm even less positive of the Redskins' chances than I was yesterday. Come on, RGIII!

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I don't mind the Vikings losing yesterday, it shuts the fuck up all the Ponder haters who were chanting we want Webb, Webb can't throw for shit, fuck that guy, best use is as a Percy fill in at WR/RB type plays.


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Both of these games should be great. As much fun as a Peyton vs Luck matchup might be, I'm rooting for #52 to make it to the Superbowl one final time. Him or Peyton, fuck the rest of the AFC.

NFC - Want the Reskins obviously, but if Seattle beats them, props to them. A Harbaugh Bowl would still be fun to see, but only if both Baltimore and San Fran make it. Otherwise fuck San Fran.

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I'm not sure what Washington brings to the table that SF doesn't, other than running the Pistol (WOLF PACK) almost exclusively. The tone of this post being, Seattle just blew a team with an inexperienced running QB out of the water, why should it be any different this week? KAEPRNICK and Griffin are fairly similar in every facet of the game. KAEPERNICK would have been a top pick too if he had gone to a bigger school.


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