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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 12:10 am
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tofu_chipmunk wrote:
Marshawn Lynch was channelling Earl Fucking Campbell on that run.

Absolute best run I've seen since Roger Craig in 1988. What a great play of determination!

Way to shit the bed, Saints. I predicted you winning 49-3. Glad I got out of all fantasy and gambling when the regular season ended!



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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 12:14 am
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lobo316 wrote: I never would have predicted a Seattle victory. Holy crap.

I was wagering on a blowout by the Saints.  Not so.

And that was a great run by Lynch.  I do not know if Lynch's determination was the key factor in the play or the shitty attempts of tackling by the Saints.  Either way, it was one of those memorable post-season runs.



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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 12:19 am
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Papa Voo wrote: lobo316 wrote: I never would have predicted a Seattle victory. Holy crap.

I was wagering on a blowout by the Saints.  Not so.

And that was a great run by Lynch.  I do not know if Lynch's determination was the key factor in the play or the shitty attempts of tackling by the Saints.  Either way, it was one of those memorable post-season runs.

It looked like a combination of both to me.

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Ultimark wrote: Papa Voo wrote: lobo316 wrote: I never would have predicted a Seattle victory. Holy crap.

I was wagering on a blowout by the Saints.  Not so.

And that was a great run by Lynch.  I do not know if Lynch's determination was the key factor in the play or the shitty attempts of tackling by the Saints.  Either way, it was one of those memorable post-season runs.

It looked like a combination of both to me.
Yeah it was

And how stupid is NBC for posting the tidbit that Seattle is the first team in NFL history to win a playoff game, considering the announcers stated hundreds of times during the game that Seattle was the first team in history to make the playoffs with a losing record 

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Benlen wrote: Seattle embarasses the Saints by kicking a game winning FG    24-21

Much more embarassing than I thought it would be.



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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 12:44 am
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Great game.  Just shows that you never know.   I picked the Saints but didn't think they were a lock based on last week.  Still, I would have given them a 95% chance of winning. 

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I give Peyton an 80% chance of beating the foot fetishist's team.

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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 01:06 am
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Jets/Indy still scoreless

Looks like this may be a low scoring game unless Peyton lights them up soon

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The Colts have so many injuries on the offensive side of the ball.   It is hard for him to light it up like he has in the past.

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BayouBoogie wrotee" " I just think Seattle is a terrible team. I don't see them beating anyone,much less the team with the second best NFC record & who was a field goal from taking the top spot.

HA!

So much for that....

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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 01:48 am
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DaNkinator wrote: BayouBoogie wrotee" " I just think Seattle is a terrible team. I don't see them beating anyone,much less the team with the second best NFC record & who was a field goal from taking the top spot.

HA!

So much for that....

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I disagree with the halftime reporting where they say this is not on par with the Giants upsetting the Patriots in the Superbowl with Seattle defeating the New Orleans Saints.  This was an epic upset, considering they were -11 in the spread, plus they were 7-9 facing the defending champions

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carpetbeggar wrote: What a RUN by Lynch....Unbelievable!!!

Kudos to the O for helping him out BIGTIME with that1!!

WOW!!!

Yeah that was one of the best runs I've seen in a long time.



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 Posted: Sun Jan 9th, 2011 02:16 am
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I'm beginning to wonder if Indianapolis is trying to lose by not holding the Jets in this half at all

Now it 14-10 because Indy decided to let the Jets march down the field twice, converting 3rd and 5+ a few times.  Maybe its time for the Colts to fire the Defensive Coordinator and get someone who can actually stop a freiking run for a change

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The Saints Defense has been suspect all year.  But after basically reigning in Atlanta, I thought maybe they had righted the ship.  That was bad though.  Every TD pass was to a wide open receiver with NO ONE covering him.  Ridiculous.

Offense still scored 36 points (without a running game, though Jones looked ok) which should be enough to win most NFL games.  Do not know what happened to the defense from last year to this year.

Oh well.  I still think Payton is a heck of a coach and will keep them at least in the playoff hunt as long as he is here.

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Quattro wrote: The Saints Defense has been suspect all year.  But after basically reigning in Atlanta, I thought maybe they had righted the ship.  That was bad though.  Every TD pass was to a wide open receiver with NO ONE covering him.  Ridiculous.

Offense still scored 36 points (without a running game, though Jones looked ok) which should be enough to win most NFL games.  Do not know what happened to the defense from last year to this year.

Oh well.  I still think Payton is a heck of a coach and will keep them at least in the playoff hunt as long as he is here.

I don't follow the Saints week by week but is Reggie Bush considered to be a bust?

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