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Old 01-13-2017, 01:19 PM   #2431 (permalink)
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It's going to be an incredible set of playoff games.
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Old 01-13-2017, 10:01 PM   #2432 (permalink)
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Saturday

Falcons 34 Seahawks 23

This version of the Seahawks are just not the same on the road, especially without Earl Thomas. It took a sketchy no PI call for the Seahawks to beat the Falcons in Seattle, and that game was with Earl Thomas. The Falcons defense is competent, and the offense is nearly unstoppable at home.

Patriots 31 Texans 18

I wouldn't be shocked if the Texans went all out in the first quarter on both sides of the ball and actually had the lead at the end of the first quarter. Darth Belichick shrugs and the Pats put forth a B- effort and win comfortably. Texans get a backdoor cover (+15.5) on a garbage time TD.

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Packers 33 Cowboys 31

Last team to have the ball wins. Both defenses are not that good, and both offenses will have a field day. Aaron Rodgers does Aaron Rodgers ****, and that's the difference.

Steelers 22 Chiefs 21

I honestly think this game is better than Packers/Cowboys. This game has the makings of 1970's NFL Films classical orchestration highlights of players getting absolutely wrecked on every other play. It's about as even of a matchup you'll ever see. Roethlisberger has been quietly kinda bad the last few weeks, but Bell and Brown will easily compensate for that. I don't think there's anything wrong or a glaring weakness for the Chiefs, but the Steelers hold on, concluding what will be considered one of the best days of playoff football in NFL history.
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Old 01-15-2017, 06:10 PM   #2433 (permalink)
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Unbelievable game. Aaron Rodgers is an absolute freak when flushed out of the pocket.
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Damn pretty good predictions on both games. I had a feeling I was going to enjoy the Steelers game a bit more than the Cowboys Packers game even though it was super close.
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It's going to be an incredible set of playoff games.
You watch non e-sports? I'm disappointed in you.
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I've been really getting into football just this year. It's exciting.
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Saturday

Falcons 34 Seahawks 23

This version of the Seahawks are just not the same on the road, especially without Earl Thomas. It took a sketchy no PI call for the Seahawks to beat the Falcons in Seattle, and that game was with Earl Thomas. The Falcons defense is competent, and the offense is nearly unstoppable at home.

Patriots 31 Texans 18

I wouldn't be shocked if the Texans went all out in the first quarter on both sides of the ball and actually had the lead at the end of the first quarter. Darth Belichick shrugs and the Pats put forth a B- effort and win comfortably. Texans get a backdoor cover (+15.5) on a garbage time TD.

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Packers 33 Cowboys 31

Last team to have the ball wins. Both defenses are not that good, and both offenses will have a field day. Aaron Rodgers does Aaron Rodgers ****, and that's the difference.

Steelers 22 Chiefs 21

I honestly think this game is better than Packers/Cowboys. This game has the makings of 1970's NFL Films classical orchestration highlights of players getting absolutely wrecked on every other play. It's about as even of a matchup you'll ever see. Roethlisberger has been quietly kinda bad the last few weeks, but Bell and Brown will easily compensate for that. I don't think there's anything wrong or a glaring weakness for the Chiefs, but the Steelers hold on, concluding what will be considered one of the best days of playoff football in NFL history.
These are some incredibly close predictions.
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I love commercials and flags on every other play.
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These are some incredibly close predictions.
Indeed. The Dallas / Green Bay game was one of the best I've seen in the playoffs in years.

There's been 50 Super Bowls and Pittburgh, Green Bay, and New England have each participated in 8 of them. That is pretty nuts.

One of those 3 teams will walk away from next weekend with the new record of 9.
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