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So how many of guys are gonna throw up in your mouths a little bit and pick Dallas to win it all?

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Thanks for the laugh, I really needed that!!

The Cowboys will win game #1 vs the Lions, then they're done in the next round if they play either the Packers or Seahawks.

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At Lambeau and at CenturyLink in successive weeks is a tough gauntlet for anyone.  If Dallas wins it all, no one can say they didn't earn it.

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I don't trust them at all. They have been scary good the last few weeks so a huge letdown is surely on the horizon. But...If they get by Detroit, they have already beat Seattle in Seattle once, so I like their chances. Green Bay on the other hand looks really good.

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Yeah, Green Bay is our toughest obstacle, especially playing up there.

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katook wrote: Thanks for the laugh, I really needed that!!

The Cowboys will win game #1 vs the Lions, then they're done in the next round if they play either the Packers or Seahawks.

Seattle sure didn't beat them at home in Week 6. We'll see who laughs if they match up again. 

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My deal is that I'm a Steelers fan, so I expect them to beat the ratbirds even w/o LeVeon Bell, then go to Denver where I think they have a 50/50 shot at beating the ponies, but to be honest I just don't see them going to New England and beating them at home, it would be nice, but it's just not realistic thinking.

In the NFC I truly think it comes down to Packers or Seahawks, but to be honest, as long as the goddamm Patriots don't win the Superbowl I'm okay with whomever does.

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I am rooting for Cincy even though I doubt they have much of a chance. The way that the organization has taken care of Devon Still and his daughter as she battles cancer plus their generous contributions to various hospitals make it hard to root against them

On the other hand, it is hard to root for my hometown team (Baltimore Ravens) after the Ray Rice scandal/cover up.

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I think all of the teams playing this weekend are a notch down from the GB/Seattle and NE/Denver level. Feels like the 'final four' revealed itself a month ago. Anythng can happen though.

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I could live with Dallas winning it all, but it will be tough to beat The Seahawks twice in Seattle.

As long as The Patriots don't win I'll be happen, actually make that any AFC team.

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carpetbeggar wrote: I could live with Dallas winning it all, but it will be tough to beat The Seahawks twice in Seattle.

Just fill out this form ASAP. 

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I created an NFL.com Playoff Challenge Group if anyone would like to join. Send me your email address.

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Wildcard Weekend

Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts
Arizona Cardinals vs. Carolina Panthers
Detroit Lions vs. Dallas Cowboys

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brodiescomics wrote: Wildcard Weekend

Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Indianapolis Colts
Arizona Cardinals vs. Carolina Panthers
Detroit Lions vs. Dallas Cowboys

I'll take...

Steelers
Colts
Cardinals
Cowboys

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Steelers

Colts

Panthers

Cowboys

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Ravens


Colts


Panthers

Cowboys


Like most others I don't feel that any team playing this weekend has a chance to go all the way but I also have a feeling that one of the big 4 home teams next weekend will lose as no NFL post season goes according to Hoyle.  Haven't zeroed in on which one yet but this Raider fall will likely be pulling for the Colts or Cowboys to knock someone off next weekend if they make it through this weekend.

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I took Arizona ( just a hunch and I can't fucking stand seeing Newton doing his Superman shtick ), Pittsburgh, Indy and ( wait for it...... ) Dallas. 

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I feel bad for Larry Fitzgerald. Such a waste on that shitty team.

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Carolina 27  
Arizona 16

Not surprised by this at all really.  Lindley is a horrible QB and Zona had no run game.  Carolina on a 4 game win streak and Arizona IMO really didn't "make" the playoffs as much as a team like Philadephia "didn't" make it.

Pittsburgh might wind up on the outside looking in as well if they aren't able to run the ball either. 

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Looks like the Ravens might be moving on.  Up 30-15 with about 8 minutes to go.

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And Pittsburgh is done.

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brodiescomics wrote: I feel bad for Larry Fitzgerald. Such a waste on that shitty team.
If my name was Larry Fitzgerald my head would explode when someone rolled out my 2nd half of the season  stats and talked about my 'decline' all the while there is nobody there behind center able to get the ball to anybody.
 
Ravens beat the Steelers Saturday night

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TD Golden Tate, 51 yards. Detroit up 7-0

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Make that 14-0. Reggie Bush walks in.

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14-7 Detroit.

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17-7 Detroit at halftime.

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20-7 Detroit

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Principal_Raditch wrote: 20-7 Detroit
Cowboys are gonna need help from the league. Look for flags anytime something goes the Lion's way.

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20-14 Detroit.

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Lions just need to add another field goal and we'll see fullblown panic in Dallas

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Bizarre picked up flag on the PI call on Dallas. Looked like PI to me.

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Dang I can feel the game slipping out of the Lions hands!!

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DEEFENSE

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24-20 Dallas

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Fukkn Lions

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That weird PI call changed the game.

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The receiver had Hitchens' facemask. It was the right non-call. We won. Deal with it.

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beejmi wrote: Principal_Raditch wrote: 20-7 Detroit
Cowboys are gonna need help from the league. Look for flags anytime something goes the Lion's way.
Boy you called that!

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Buddy is right though, that was the right call. Just because we didn't see it on the TV angle, the ref did and made the right call. What was bungled up was them not saying so during the broadcast. These refs continue to jack shit up and never have to answer for it.

Cowboys are legit. I questioned them (and rightfully so), but they have proven all doubters wrong. Romo's ability to move around is insane.

Glad my Colts go the win, as Cinci looked absolutely inept. Many will blame it on Dalton not having Green, but it was so much more than that. No pass rush, piss poor coaching by Harrison (at this point, he's proven he can't get it done) and lack of a game plan to adjust. Now on to Denver where the Colts will play a much better defense. And a much better run game. I'm cautiously optimistic. Plus, the Steeler's lost. They reamed the Colts a few weeks ago, and I hate'em anyway, so hahahaha!

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I am pretty sure that 'Green Bay' is the Cowboys waterloo.

I just looked it up actually and Waterloo, Ia is only 300 miles from Green Bay. Close enough.


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Boo to the Cowboys!! BOOOO!!!

Just kidding, as a Lions fan I am disappointed since we had the lead and was pretty dominant in the first half, but give the Cowboys credit, they bounced back.

And reviewing that play did show Pettigrew had that guys face mask, so no hard feelings there. Besides we got a freebie when we didn't get called for running into your punter.

My Lions showed me something this year, with a good defensive scheme like they have now they got to fine tune that offense!

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Divisonal Round

Dallas vs. Green Bay
Carolina vs. Seattle
Indianapolis vs. Denver
Baltimore vs. New England

Make your picks...

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For all the Cowboy haters out there:


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Notice the video misses the Cowboy defender pulling Pettigrew's jersey, and it cuts out before Dez Bryant runs off the bench to argue the flag without his helmet on (an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty). So the Cowboys outpenalized Detroit 2-1 on that play.

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cdewar19 wrote: Notice the video misses the Cowboy defender pulling Pettigrew's jersey, and it cuts out before Dez Bryant runs off the bench to argue the flag without his helmet on (an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty). So the Cowboys outpenalized Detroit 2-1 on that play.The unsportsmanlike conduct penalty only applies to players who remove their helmets, while participating in the current play. Dez obviously wasn't participating in the play, thus there was no penalty called. It was a stupid move on his part, but it wasn't a penalty. There should have either been no flags tossed on that play, or flags on both players, which would have resulted in off-setting penalties, and the Lions, who had only managed to score 3 points in the second half, would have been forced to punt anyway.

The NFL really needs to stop breaking up the official teams for the playoffs, though, and rank them as teams going into the post season so they can continue to work together. There shouldn't be communication issues in games this important, there just shouldn't. The main stream media today was acting like that one call in Dallas was the only one this weekend that was controversial. Did none of them watch the Arizona v Carolina game? The officiating in that game was horrific, and it wasn't just one call, it was calls the entire game.   

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Ok am I the only one that things Dallas got hosed on the Dez Bryant 'catch' call?

Catch was made. Three steps and a reach with the ball in full possession. Ball came out when hitting the ground on the reach. Catch. No fumble. Ground can't cause a fumble - right?

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beejmi wrote: Ok am I the only one that things Dallas got hosed on the Dez Bryant 'catch' call?

Catch was made. Three steps and a reach with the ball in full possession. Ball came out when hitting the ground on the reach. Catch. No fumble. Ground can't cause a fumble - right?

See? An EAGLES fan even agrees we got fucked.

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Of course all the f*cking Lion fans are screaming " Karma 's Bitch " at Cowboy fans. :X

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Manning in route to another 'one and done'. Unbelievable.

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It's amazing what a mental midget Manning turns into once the playoffs start...

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beejmi wrote: Ok am I the only one that things Dallas got hosed on the Dez Bryant 'catch' call?

Catch was made. Three steps and a reach with the ball in full possession. Ball came out when hitting the ground on the reach. Catch. No fumble. Ground can't cause a fumble - right?

By rule, the ground cannot cause a fumble, but it can cause an incompletion. And by rule, those weren't steps, as steps constitute a "football move". Say the rule is dumb and/or needs to be changed, but by rule the correct call was ultimately made. 

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Married Jo wrote: It's amazing what a mental midget Manning turns into once the playoffs start...
He has enough pure talent, and is usually surrounded by a lot of other talent, that he does occasionally win some big games, but that doesn't make him a winner. He comes up small too often to say that about him. 

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He has one more playoff win in Denver than Tim Tebow has. He's not getting any younger, time to maybe sit him down and tell him it's been real but..

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Married Jo wrote: He has one more playoff win in Denver than Tim Tebow has. He's not getting any younger, time to maybe sit him down and tell him it's been real but..
Be real, they'll never sit him. The most they can do is try to talk him into retiring, but I doubt they'll even do that. The ball's in Manning's court. 

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Manning is shot.

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And Dez caught that pass. And I hate the Cowgirls.

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The rule is fucked up but the call was correct in terms of how the rule was written. Same as that one a few years ago caught in the end zone for a winning TD, made no sense then, makes no sense now.

I didn't see the game but the talk after was there were othe moments that Dallas failed to capitalize on during that game as well. If that's true, then that one play getting all the attention might deflect the usual Romo criticisms (and whoever else), which would be a nice break for him.

Manning looked terrible. Wobbly passes, passes overshooting or undershooting receivers. It'll be interesting to see if he comes back one more time. Apparently his idea earlier in the year was to come back but that isn't a sure thing anymore according to him, basedon conversations he had with folks before the game.

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Catch by Bryant but I think GB Still wins. Dsllas defense wasn't doing a good job stopping them after that play.

Hit Manning early and you get the performance you saw yesterday. 9 one and done for Manning.

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Perhaps even a 'makeup' call in an odd way. Can't have a call that could go Dallas' way two playoff weeks in a row without it looking bad.

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beejmi wrote: Perhaps even a 'makeup' call in an odd way. Can't have a call that could go Dallas' way two playoff weeks in a row without it looking bad.
 why its happened before in this case the planets lined up just right.  I hear lots of Cowgirl fans crying about this today and last night

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Not a catch. The "steps" we're clearly a stumble while trying to reel the ball in. He fell, ball hit ground, got loose in his hands and he lost it while sliding to the goal line. In the old days, that's a catch, but they changed it a few years ago so that a falling receiver has to maintain possession after hitting the ground. He did not. No catch, and the NFL looked at it and stands by the review official's decision. Under current rules, no catch.

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ESPN is reporting that John Fox just quit. 

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CanadianHorseman wrote: ESPN is reporting that John Fox just quit. 
A "mutual" parting of the ways, so he was fired. Someone had to fall on the sword and it wasn't going to be Manning. Anyway the team seemed unprepared in the Super Bowl and yesterday so heads have to roll. 

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srossi wrote: CanadianHorseman wrote: ESPN is reporting that John Fox just quit. 
A "mutual" parting of the ways, so he was fired. Someone had to fall on the sword and it wasn't going to be Manning. Anyway the team seemed unprepared in the Super Bowl and yesterday so heads have to roll. 

I've always taken a " mutual parting " to mean that the team told their Head Coach / Manager / GM to quit immediately and save face or else they would be fired.

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CanadianHorseman wrote: srossi wrote: CanadianHorseman wrote: ESPN is reporting that John Fox just quit. 
A "mutual" parting of the ways, so he was fired. Someone had to fall on the sword and it wasn't going to be Manning. Anyway the team seemed unprepared in the Super Bowl and yesterday so heads have to roll. 

I've always taken a " mutual parting " to mean that the team told their Head Coach / Manager / GM to quit immediately and save face or else they would be fired.

Yup. 

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Green Bay up 13-0, looking for more and it could be worse. Seattle playing it's worst game of the year right now.

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Which makes me more bitter watching it.

However, the scoreboard not reading a LOT to a little may comeback to haunt Green Bay, with all the opportunities they've had to put up points. Seattle is still only three possessions away from taking a lead.

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Solid Numbers for Wilson 1st half. 1/8 for 14 yards and 3 INT's

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HOLY SHIT! Seattle!

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And here come the Packers.

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Packers tie it up!

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Wow what a fucking comeback. I thought it was over. Win or lose Seattle showed tons of heart

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unreal, what did LL Cool J say?

Don't call it a comeback
I been here for years
Rockin my peers and puttin suckas in fear
Makin the tears rain down like a MON-soon
Listen to the bass go BOOM

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GB blew it. On that last INT, he should have kept running. If he scored this game was over.

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There is that, but the Packers left way too may points on the table in the first half. You can't get two turnovers inside the 20 and leave with 6 points, you just can't. That game is gonna haunt Packers fans for a long, long time.

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New England too far ahead for the Colts to come back now.

New England vs. Seattle.  Who you got?


Seattle 28 New England 24

1st back to back bowl winners since the Patriots a decade ago.

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45-7 now. 10 min left.

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It was the 2 point conversion that sealed it for Green Bay. How Clinton-Dix just stood there and watched an air ball after two INT's puzzles me. If he'd had batted it down the Packers win on a field goal. Would have love to see Brady vs Rodgers.

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