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PLAYOFFS!!??
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Saturday, Jan. 7
4:35 p.m. ET on ESPN/ABC -- Oakland at Houston
8:15 p.m. ET on NBC -- Detroit at Seattle
Sunday, Jan. 8
1:05 p.m. ET on CBS -- Miami at Pittsburgh
4:40 p.m. ET on FOX -- NY Giants at Green Bay

Saturday, Jan. 14
4:35 p.m. ET on FOX -- Seattle (#3) at Atlanta (#2)
8:15 p.m. ET on CBS -- Houston (#4) at New England (#1)
Sunday, Jan. 15
1:05 p.m. ET on NBC -- Pittsburgh (#3) at Kansas City (#2)
4:40 p.m. ET on FOX -- Green Bay (#4) at Dallas (#1)
8:20 p.m. ET on NBC -- Pittsburgh (#3) at Kansas City (#2)

Sunday, Jan. 22

3:05 p.m. ET on FOX -- Green Bay at Atlanta
6:40 p.m. ET on CBS -- Pittsburgh at New England

Sunday, Jan. 29
8:00 p.m. on ESPN -- Pro Bowl

Sunday, Feb. 05
6:30 p.m. ET on FOX -- Super Bowl

Discuss.

Game of the week looks like Giants @ Green Bay.
I wouldn't be surprised if the Lions upset the SeaHawks (-8).
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Winner of the Giants-Packers game could very well represent the NFC in the Super Bowl

Of course I'll be rooting for the G-Men( Wink )but it wouldn't shock me either to see the Packers 'Run The Table' much like Aaron Rodgers said they would....
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Packers and pretty boy Brady and the Pats woooo Happy
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    Grin Grin
The lonesome foghorn blows.
 







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(2017-01-08, 01:32 AM)Doppelganger Wrote: Grin Grin

Laugh
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Doppel, looking more like the Texans will be traveling to Foxboro next Saturday
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I wonder what the opening line will be in the Pats/Texans game?

Pats -13 ?

Over under 43.5?

Just guessing here
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(2017-01-08, 03:02 PM)topgun Wrote: [Image: tom-brady18.jpg]
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The lonesome foghorn blows.
 







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A clean sweep by the home teams.
I'm convinced the refs are intimidated by the fans in the playoffs. You don't see that kind of advantage in the NHL.

I know it's happened recently, but for the longest time the only wildcard team to win the Superbowl was the 1980 Oakland Raiders.

Edit: Wrong!

Ten wildcard teams have made it to the SB; six have won; but only four have had to win 3 on the road.
http://www.profootballhof.com/news/histo...wild-card/

Click on the link, it's interesting.
Three of those WC teams had 12 wins or more.
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Last year all 4 road teams won on wildcard weekend
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(2017-01-09, 04:55 PM)Cornholio Wrote: A clean sweep by the home teams.
I'm convinced the refs are intimidated by the fans in the playoffs. You don't see that kind of advantage in the NHL.

I know it's happened recently, but for the longest time the only wildcard team to win the Superbowl was the 1980 Oakland Raiders.

Hey, just wait for Saturday's game in Foxboro...no clearer example there, right? Wink
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Yep, road teams swept wildcard weekend last year so not sure about the officials being "intimidated" by the home fans.

Oh, & about that last comment about Foxboro....I doubt the Patriots will need to count on the officials being "influenced" by the home fans, especially if they're up by 35 points in the 3rd quarter vs Houston....
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mmm OK.
Just going by my 'outrage' moments. Everytime I had one, it's because of a call/non-call went against the away team.
I expect the home teams will do well this weekend because of the week off, so I won't be surprised by that.
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(2017-01-09, 05:17 PM)Cornholio Wrote: mmm OK.
Just going by my 'outrage' moments. Everytime I had one, it's because of a call/non-call went against the away team.
I expect the home teams will do well this weekend because of the week off, so I won't be surprised by that.

I think Atlanta & New England win at home on Saturday.

Dallas & Kansas City on Sunday? I say either one of them( or maybe both )loses.
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Don't forget....Patriots shut out the Texans in Week 3 27-0 in Foxboro...with 3rd-stringer Jacoby Brissett at QB.

Now they have TB12 starting this time around.

Good Luck Houston.... Laugh Laugh
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(2017-01-09, 06:30 PM)ckendall Wrote: Don't forget....Patriots shut out the Texans in Week 3 27-0 in Foxboro...with 3rd-stringer Jacoby Brissett at QB.

Now they have TB12 starting this time around.

Good Luck Houston....  Laugh  Laugh

Yeah. 

 I hate the Pats with a passion but Houston has no chance in this game. It will be over 8 minutes into the 1st quarter.
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(2017-01-09, 07:14 PM)25YearRebuild Wrote:
(2017-01-09, 06:30 PM)ckendall Wrote: Don't forget....Patriots shut out the Texans in Week 3 27-0 in Foxboro...with 3rd-stringer Jacoby Brissett at QB.

Now they have TB12 starting this time around.

Good Luck Houston....  Laugh  Laugh

Yeah. 

 I hate the Pats with a passion but Houston has no chance in this game. It will be over 8 minutes into the 1st quarter.

Jacoby Brissett will be taking snaps in the 4th quarter...when they're up by 35... Wink
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