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#1883247 - 01/06/14 01:39 PM NFL Wildcard Summary
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Andy Reid still can't manage a game at the end...
Andy Dalton is not going to take the Bengals beyond the first round...
49ers have the Packers number...
Drew Brees is still a top QB....
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#1883250 - 01/06/14 01:53 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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Originally Posted By: Sox in '13
Andy Reid still can't manage a game at the end...
Andy Dalton is not going to take the Bengals beyond the first round...
49ers have the Packers number...
Drew Brees Peyton Manning is still a top QB....
Outdoor football is cold


fixed for accuracy.
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#1883251 - 01/06/14 01:56 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary edAudit
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Despite losing half a dozen starting players, on both sides of the ball, the Chiefs almost pulled it off. And the Colts did get a pretty good bounce on the fumble at the goal line.

I don't see the Colts going any further.
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#1883261 - 01/06/14 02:17 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary edAudit
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Originally Posted By: EdAudit
Originally Posted By: Sox in '13
Andy Reid still can't manage a game at the end...
Andy Dalton is not going to take the Bengals beyond the first round...
49ers have the Packers number...
Drew Brees Peyton Manning is still a top QB....
Outdoor football is cold


fixed for accuracy.
Amen!!

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#1883290 - 01/06/14 03:15 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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I'm so bummed the Chargers won, but the Bengals did it to themselves. Too many turnovers.

Did enjoy the Colts comeback! Colts vs. Patriots, oldest story in the AFC playoff book...
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#1883330 - 01/06/14 04:31 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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I'm loving that the Niners AND the Chargers won!!!

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#1883332 - 01/06/14 04:34 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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I am bummed that the Niners won.
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#1883346 - 01/06/14 04:42 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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The Pac were missing some great defensive players. (Clay Matthews cry )

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#1883349 - 01/06/14 04:44 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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niners only won because their QB was healthy and has fleet feet.
If Aaron had been farther past the broken collar bone, it would have been a war of the fleet feet because he's known for taking outlandish running chances too. And had the rest of the team been healthy and playing it would have been a totally different game. This was the Packers injury prone year. Now they've time to mend. Betting they come back next year loaded for bear...and niners and all the rest too.

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#1883350 - 01/06/14 04:45 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary Sci_Comply
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Originally Posted By: Sci_Comply
The Pac were missing some great defensive players. (Clay Matthews cry )


The offense let us down yesterday. Defense at least tried to work with what they had.
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#1883353 - 01/06/14 04:48 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary #Just Jay
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#1883369 - 01/06/14 05:25 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary Truffle Royale
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Originally Posted By: Truffle Royale
niners only won because their QB was healthy and has fleet feet.
If Aaron had been farther past the broken collar bone, it would have been a war of the fleet feet because he's known for taking outlandish running chances too. And had the rest of the team been healthy and playing it would have been a totally different game. This was the Packers injury prone year. Now they've time to mend. Betting they come back next year loaded for bear...and niners and all the rest too.


The same old argument of "we had injured players"...every team has injured players at this point in the season...just admit the better team won yesterday and let's move on...

i find it interesting how the 2 games saturday were both decided by 2 points or less...and how no home team won...and how do you blow a 28 point lead?
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#1883376 - 01/06/14 05:49 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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happy, I would admit it if I thought it were true. With a game this close and won in the last seconds, I don't see either team as better. I did admit that their QB was better because I thought HE won the game for the niners.

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#1883379 - 01/06/14 05:50 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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#1883427 - 01/06/14 07:03 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary Truffle Royale
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Originally Posted By: Truffle Royale
niners only won because their QB was healthy and has fleet feet.
If Aaron had been farther past the broken collar bone, it would have been a war of the fleet feet because he's known for taking outlandish running chances too. And had the rest of the team been healthy and playing it would have been a totally different game. This was the Packers injury prone year. Now they've time to mend. Betting they come back next year loaded for bear...and niners and all the rest too.


Agreed, you can't help but think the 3 defensive players that went down in that game had a definite impact besides the players that were already missing. CLAY. And didn't it seem like, in the first quarter at least, Aaron Rodgers was allowed to pass or get into any kind of groove.
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#1883487 - 01/06/14 08:09 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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#1883514 - 01/06/14 08:52 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary HappyGilmore
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Originally Posted By: Truffle Royale
niners only won because their QB was healthy and has fleet feet.
If Aaron had been farther past the broken collar bone, it would have been a war of the fleet feet because he's known for taking outlandish running chances too. And had the rest of the team been healthy and playing it would have been a totally different game. This was the Packers injury prone year. Now they've time to mend. Betting they come back next year loaded for bear...and niners and all the rest too.


The same old argument of "we had injured players"...every team has injured players at this point in the season...just admit the better team won yesterday and let's move on...


exactly
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#1883531 - 01/06/14 09:17 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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I watched a few of the NFL games this weekend and I am not sure how the NFL is even watchable anymore. It is the most officiated sport I have ever seen. There was so much stoppage that the color people had to have something to talk about through three consecutive plays of penalties and explanations from the referees. Boy has football changed. It went from a game of violence played by men to a game of acting played by wide receivers.
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#1883570 - 01/06/14 10:43 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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If the past is holds true this year, San Diego will win the Super Bowl. Apparently, the last 4 Super Bowl winners had 1 thing in common. They played in the Eagles 1st home game of the season.

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#1883583 - 01/06/14 11:34 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary CB#3
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If the past is holds true this year, San Diego will win the Super Bowl. Apparently, the last 4 Super Bowl winners had 1 thing in common. They played in the Eagles 1st home game of the season.


wait, didn't the Eagles play in the Eagles first home game of every season? Or did you mean they defeated the Eagles in the Eagles first home game of the season.

I'm already upset that the NJ Groundhog (no, not DQ, the other one) had picked KC and NO in the superbowl. With KC out, i'm wondering how accurate said groundhog was...

did the eagles lose because of injuries?
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#1883740 - 01/07/14 04:03 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary edAudit
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Originally Posted By: EdAudit
Originally Posted By: Sox in '13
Andy Reid still can't manage a game at the end...
Andy Dalton is not going to take the Bengals beyond the first round...
49ers have the Packers number...
Drew Brees Peyton Manning is still a top QB.... in the regular season
Outdoor football is cold


fixed for accuracy.


Edited for truth.
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#1883741 - 01/07/14 04:05 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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Got to see the Colts comeback in person, thankful we have a retractable roof stadium and that the game was Saturday night and while the heavy snow was falling on Sunday.

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#1883747 - 01/07/14 04:20 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/59945...ks-ever/page/28

It is "Bleacher Report" for those with IT filters

the winner is Bart Starr
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#1883793 - 01/07/14 05:25 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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The Colts better bring their umbrellas and running game. Forecast is for heavy rain Saturday night.
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#1883803 - 01/07/14 05:50 PM Re: NFL Wildcard Summary TB 12
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Originally Posted By: Sox in '13
The Colts better bring their umbrellas and running game. Forecast is for heavy rain Saturday night.


Ask Chiefs fans -- This isn't the Manning-era Colts. They don't mind a little crappy weather.

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