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 Posted: Tue Jan 14th, 2020 10:17 pm
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NFC Title Game: All I know is that I want Benlen, khawk, and Franchise's favorite team to win this week. Oh, and whatever team tamalie might be rooting for? Not sure.



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I think a lot of how the game goes in KC depends on whether or not Chris Jones plays. He's their best run blocker on the line, and their best defensive player overall.

Mahomes tossed for over 400 yards last time vs Tenn, and the Chiefs were doing fine until that botched snap on a FG attempt to put them up 2 scores with a few minutes left to play.

The temp is supposed to be in the mid 20's..which should work in KC's favor. I still think it will be close either way.

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Principal_Raditch wrote: I think a lot of how the game goes in KC depends on whether or not Chris Jones plays. He's their best run blocker on the line, and their best defensive player overall.

Mahomes tossed for over 400 yards last time vs Tenn, and the Chiefs were doing fine until that botched snap on a FG attempt to put them up 2 scores with a few minutes left to play.

The temp is supposed to be in the mid 20's..which should work in KC's favor. I still think it will be close either way.
Why do you think colder weather favors KC? I would think it would favor a running team.What am I missing?



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Mahomes is used to playing in cold weather. Tannehill is used to Miami and Nashville.

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I predict Damian Williams will get 2 TD's. The guy has been a stud in CHiefs playoff games.

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Panthers linebacker and probable future hall of famer Luke Kuechly has announced his retirement tonight.



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Damn he's only 28

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Damn he's only 28He's a hellava talent, but too many concussions. Hopefully he doesn't blow his brains out and becomes another future Chris Nowinski project.



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The "Joe Bowl"



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Larry Fitzgerald announced he will back for his 17th season earlier today.



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Heenan Fan wrote: Larry Fitzgerald announced he will back for his 17th season earlier today.I have great respect for Fitzgerald but the Cards should have move on from him. He'll be 38 next season and just a procession receiver at best. The 11 mil  could be used for a pass rusher (Yannick Ngakoue) or a faster more explosive receiver like Robbie Anderson.Maybe a coaching position would have been better for him.



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Benlen wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Larry Fitzgerald announced he will back for his 17th season earlier today.I have great respect for Fitzgerald but the Cards should have move on from him. He'll be 38 next season and just a procession receiver at best. The 11 mil  could be used for a pass rusher (Yannick Ngakoue) or a faster more explosive receiver like Robbie Anderson.Maybe a coaching position would have been better for him.I agree, but as a Niner fan, I like it because that $11 million cap hit helps the the Niners. Also, Larry is chasing Jerry's records and it ain't happening in 2020. Maybe 2022.



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Heenan Fan wrote: Benlen wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: Larry Fitzgerald announced he will back for his 17th season earlier today.I have great respect for Fitzgerald but the Cards should have move on from him. He'll be 38 next season and just a procession receiver at best. The 11 mil  could be used for a pass rusher (Yannick Ngakoue) or a faster more explosive receiver like Robbie Anderson.Maybe a coaching position would have been better for him.I agree, but as a Niner fan, I like it because that $11 million cap hit helps the the Niners. Also, Larry is chasing Jerry's records and it ain't happening in 2020. Maybe 2022.Speaking of cap space...The Colts have 60 players signed and still have 96 mil in cap space available to sign FA's. On the other end the Vikings have 48 players signed and are over the cap and must cut 4 million in salary. Gonna have to cut a lot more to fill out a 53 man roster and practice squad.

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tamalie wrote: khawk wrote: Heenan Fan wrote: tamalie wrote: I can't explain how badly I need the 49ers to beat the Packers. Not want, need.You can't leave us hanging on this, you gotta explain. Hopefully you didn't mortgage anything important.I think it's nothing more than how much Vikings fans loathe Green Bay and Aaron Rogers.at least that was my take on it. 
Yes, this is about pure hatred. I cannot stand the Packers, their fans, and the way the national announcers do the kiss up routine when games come from Lambeau Field which thankfully this one will not be at. When Brett Favre became a Viking, I accepted him begrudgingly in 2009, turned on him in 2010 when it was clear he didn't have it anymore, and went right back to hating him after he left.


MInnesota has long been where Packers go to retire with Viking money. Longwell, Sharper, Jennings, and Favre come to mind. Seems like you should love the Packers, since they send you plenty of guys to cheer for.



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