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Atlanta (3) at Philadelphia
Tennessee at New England (13.5)

Jacksonville at Pittsburgh (7.5)
New Orleans at Minnesota (4)

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beejmi wrote: Atlanta (3) at Philadelphia
Tennessee at New England (13.5)

Jacksonville at Pittsburgh (7.5)
New Orleans at Minnesota (4)
After watching Foles last performance I can't see the Eagles winning.Patriots win but I don't think they coverI'll pick upset here. Jags straight up win. Vikings win by a FG

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The 2 home teams in the AFC
The 2 road teams in the NFC

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LAF wrote: The 2 home teams in the AFC
The 2 road teams in the NFC

I concur wholeheartedly!

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I love Philly this week.



I expect a tired as hell Atlanta team, one that has faced 'must win or you're out' for a month straight now.


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As a Vikings fan I am nervous, but not fearful of the Saints.

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LAF wrote: The 2 home teams in the AFC
The 2 road teams in the NFC


I just don't believe in the two NFC home teams, so I wouldn't be shocked if they both lost, but I'd prefer that they win.
The two AFC teams seem like a lock.

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There is another 'BJ can't miss' betting angle for this weekend. Anyone interested?

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Eagles
New England
Pittsburgh
New Orleans

Love the Eagles this week. A good matchup for them, especially at home. New Orleans should expose Minn finally. The other 2 are pretty easy picks.

I reserve the right to be wrong.

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I feel sorry for Titans fans that are sitting through this bullshit tonight. The officiating needs a complete overhaul.


I'm convinced Kraft has video footage of 'Goodell in a Moscow hotel room pissing on Chechen hookers' JIP VG+

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Didn't see much of the game...that bad?

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That would be interception that bounced off the knee of the defender and turned into a reception just screwed the Falcons.

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Jags up 14-0 on the Steelers.
WOW.

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21-0 now.


More WOW.

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Jags picking up where they left off in week five

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The Pats are just laughing and laughing. I'm glad Tomlin had all this extra time to not have his team prepared to play.

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Steelers w a TD before the half. Should be an interesting second half.

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I'm amazed at how Pittsburgh could be so incompetent at stopping the run against a team with no passing game.

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So will it be -14 or more for the Pats next week? One thing the Jags have going is that they are basically proxy coached by Tom Coughlin. 

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Saints...HA!

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I feel kinda bad for that Saints defender. He knows if he even breathes on the guy, he's getting flagged under the ridiculous rules, and then whiffs completely.

Oh well, congrats to the Patriots on another Bowl.

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Hilarious that New England's 'get back to the Super Bowl' slate includes home games vs Tennessee and Jax , win both and go to the Super Bowl. 

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I was at Saints-Vikings. People were joyful early on when the Vikes were rolling. As they faded in the second half, the mood got darker and darker. Even when the Vikes took the lead back at 23-21 late, everyone was nervous because the Saints had plenty of time to score. Once they made it 24-23, people basically lost their will to live. The self hating bitterness and turning against the team that defines the personality of so many Vikings fans was clear as day in the stands and deepened as the drive failed to click. Then the Diggs TD happened. People went insane. I've never experienced any sort of collective happiness like that before. This was huge game in which to have this sort of finish. It was almost indescribable. All the bad energy and mood from a few seconds earlier was completely eradicated. Whatever happens next, we have this to hang on to.

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It was the Anti-"decades-of-playoff-failure-for-the-Vikings" play.

It was also one of those plays that must have been absolutely incredible to see live. It was amazing enough on TV.

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I pissed off my wife when the play occurred. I was upstairs in our bedroom watching, since my mother had called and I didn't want to run the conversation in front of my wife while she was watching. For some reason, the TV in our living room has a slight delay of about 7 seconds compared to the TV upstairs. So when I yelled out after the catch and run had occurred, she knew something was up just as the ball was being snapped as she was watching.

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I had the Saints +5

That was bullshit

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Meathead Mularkey is out as Titans coach. He was expected to be fired if they didn't make the playoffs, but is done anyway.

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Rooting for the Vikings Sunday so that they can take the undisputed lead for worst Super Bowl record

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I'd like the Vikings to get a shot to play in their own stadium Superbowl.



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