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 Posted: Mon Jan 10th, 2011 12:55 am
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clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.
But I think the playoff Bears will show up, and you know damn well that they will be telling Cutler to take plenty of his "good" pills  lol

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mike3775 wrote: clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.
But I think the playoff Bears will show up, and you know damn well that they will be telling Cutler to take plenty of his "good" pills  lol

That's the key. Cutler.



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clawmaster wrote: mike3775 wrote: clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.
But I think the playoff Bears will show up, and you know damn well that they will be telling Cutler to take plenty of his "good" pills  lol

That's the key. Cutler.
For the Bears yes, but Seattle doesn't have a great QB either.  It will be an interesting game though

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clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.

Oddly enough, it was one of Seattle's two road wins on the season.  I still have to think it's better than having the Packers coming in.

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tofu_chipmunk wrote: clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.

Oddly enough, it was one of Seattle's two road wins on the season.  I still have to think it's better than having the Packers coming in.

It is. As I've said before on this board as a Bears fan, I fear the Packers. I saw The Saints and The Falcons play a few weeks ago on what was it a special edition of Thursday Night Football?  Neither team impressed me that game. That's why I picked Seattle ATS against the Saints. That's why I don't fear Atlanta. I do however fear Green Bay and still think the Packers will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Yep the Packers will beat The Falcons then beat The Bears.



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clawmaster wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.

Oddly enough, it was one of Seattle's two road wins on the season.  I still have to think it's better than having the Packers coming in.

It is. As I've said before on this board as a Bears fan, I fear the Packers. I saw The Saints and The Falcons play a few weeks ago on what was it a special edition of Thursday Night Football?  Neither team impressed me that game. That's why I picked Seattle ATS against the Saints. That's why I don't fear Atlanta. I do however fear Green Bay and still think the Packers will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Yep the Packers will beat The Falcons then beat The Bears.
The Packers did not impress me tonight, they seemed off.  But they are scary when they are on the mark though

As far as the Bears go, if the O-Line protects Cutler, he could hurt GB as well as GB seems to have issues with short cut routes, which Cutler is good at

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mike3775 wrote: clawmaster wrote: tofu_chipmunk wrote: clawmaster wrote: Yes it's a lucky draw but Seattle beat The Bears 23-20 earlier in the season.

Oddly enough, it was one of Seattle's two road wins on the season.  I still have to think it's better than having the Packers coming in.

It is. As I've said before on this board as a Bears fan, I fear the Packers. I saw The Saints and The Falcons play a few weeks ago on what was it a special edition of Thursday Night Football?  Neither team impressed me that game. That's why I picked Seattle ATS against the Saints. That's why I don't fear Atlanta. I do however fear Green Bay and still think the Packers will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Yep the Packers will beat The Falcons then beat The Bears.
The Packers did not impress me tonight, they seemed off.  But they are scary when they are on the mark though

As far as the Bears go, if the O-Line protects Cutler, he could hurt GB as well as GB seems to have issues with short cut routes, which Cutler is good at

That's the thing with the NFC. There isn't a dominant team. It's the old on any given Sunday cliche. In the end though, I trust Aaron Rodgers more than I do Matt Ryan, Matt Hasselback or Jay Cutler.



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I'm confident the Steelers can beat the Ravens again, but both teams beat each other up so bad no matter who wins there won't be much left to face NE (who, let's face it, will beat the brakes off the Jets again no matter how much everyone outside of Boston wishes they won't).



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sek69 wrote: I'm confident the Steelers can beat the Ravens again, but both teams beat each other up so bad no matter who wins there won't be much left to face NE (who, let's face it, will beat the brakes off the Jets again no matter how much everyone outside of Boston wishes they won't).

This is what worries me, also.



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Papa Voo wrote: sek69 wrote: I'm confident the Steelers can beat the Ravens again, but both teams beat each other up so bad no matter who wins there won't be much left to face NE (who, let's face it, will beat the brakes off the Jets again no matter how much everyone outside of Boston wishes they won't).

This is what worries me, also.
it's the perfect scenario for New England and working out the way we hoped...Jets barely beat Indy and look bad doing so (Manning is out - he's dangerous, Sanchez?..not so much)
and Baltimore and Pittsburgh destroy each other in a grudge match

facing Baltimore in the 2nd round would have been the scariest option

thank you Jets!!
see you sunday

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I see the Steelers stopping the Ravens again this time.  Ravens got em once this year but over all Pittsburgh is too much for them.



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I really think Baltimore or Pittsburgh could take the Patriots if the Jets actually play a decent game against them, unlike last time, and really expose the Patriots weaknesses for them to further exploit.  As far as their game goes, the broken nose game is what is going to occur this weekend, its going to be a very close game and in the end, I see Pittsburgh winning by 3 points

I see the Pats coming right out of the gate throwing, so the Jets will setup a defense for the pass, and the Pats will run the ball killing the Jets D early in the game, and probably demoralizing them for the rest of the 1st half.  The games final score will be alot closer than it really was, with the Pats winning by 14(but they will have a huge lead at the half)


Chicago, like Claw stated, if Good Cutler shows up(does anyone else miss the days when Chicago fans never had to say the words "good"or "bad" before the QB name?) and the good O-Line shows up, Cutler is gonna light up Seattle.  If the Defense catches fire early, Hasselback will be staring at the sky quite a few times.  But I can see the Seattle defense playing havoc with the Bears O-Line as well.  But I think this game will be a squeeker with the Bears winning in the final 8 minutes of the game

Green Bay and Atlanta is going to be a physical game.  I see GB winning a very very close game and I would not be surprised if this game didn't end up in OT honestly, where we will see the first OT with the new rules.  Like Claw stated, I am going with Green Bay this game



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I'm still picking the Ravens to go all the way. 

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Count Grog wrote: I see the Steelers stopping the Ravens again this time.  Ravens got em once this year but over all Pittsburgh is too much for them.

Flacco has played the Steelers five times in his career. He is 2-0 when Big Ben is out of the game and 0-3 when he is in the game. I don't see the Ravens winning this one.

Bears will beat the Seahawks and that will be that.

Jets will show up for the game with the Patriots but ultimately fall short. Patriots move on.

My Packers were awesome last night and I barely escaped from Philly alive. Hoping the Packers can get past the Falcons and move on to Chicago for round three with the Bears.



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