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Old 01-08-12, 06:19 PM
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Playoff Football

Good thing I don't make my living in Vegas.

Atlanta can only score 2 points, and that by the defense.

Then the snoozer game (Steelers will crush the Broncos) turns out to be the best game of the week.


I'm really thinking of picking the Giants over the Packers next week.....could be interesting. I love this fantasy football except my son keeps kicking my behind.
 
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Old 01-09-12, 04:17 AM
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That overtime in the Broncs-Steelers game might be the play of the year.
 
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Old 01-15-12, 05:02 PM
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Thumbs up

I'm really thinking of picking the Giants over the Packers next week..
Damn I'm good. I must say this has been some of the best playoff football I've seen. Sucks to be a cheesehead.
 
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Old 01-15-12, 05:57 PM
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GIANTS!!!!!!!




Althogh SF beat NO they did not look that good and think the Giants will cream them next week.

A great superbowl would be NYG vs NE

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The Giants sure seem to be playing their best ball of the season right now.
 
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Old 01-16-12, 08:42 AM
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For those that missed the highlights, here it is again.

"Holy Hail Mary" at 1:41 mark....LOL

When I watch this it brings a smile to my face..... Great football man!!!!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8PpirBQPSo Mike NJ
 
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Couple plays sure looked like an official or two wanted the Packers to win. First was ruled 'not a fumble'...what, were they blind looking at the replay. Then the 'blow to the head', he never touched his head.

Now off to SF, should be interesting.
 
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I think it's funny the biggest Packer fan in the office called in sick today....
 
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I think it's funny the biggest Packer fan in the office called in sick today....


No way!!!!!!! You have to bomb his office area with Giants stuff for when he comes back.








Hey if the Giants lose to SF I will expect some diss in return....

I can take it........

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I hated to see the Packers lose, even though I am a Vikings fan.

When you get the owners of the team to stand in line with shovels to dig out the snow from the stands, that says something for the team. - Owned by individuals in the community and not a single entity and is a real "local" team and the only one in the NFL with a longer history than most.

I do object to the jamming of the radio stations when I travel 15 miles east across the border into the Peoples Republic of Wisconsin, but it is all in rivalry and not in "blood and guts".

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I do object to the jamming of the radio stations when I travel 15 miles east across the border into the Peoples Republic of Wisconsin, but it is all in rivalry and not in "blood and guts".
What does that mean? You get into Wisconsin and can't hear a Viking's game?

I didn't want them to lose either but after watching the Giant's defense the week before I had my doubts and I was right.
 
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No way!!!!!!! You have to bomb his office area with Giants stuff for when he comes back.
Well, she is six months pregnant with twins so I decided it would be best to leave this one alone.
 
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WOW!!!!! Ravens missed that FG. Unbelievable... I am happy though.

A Giants win and 2007 all over again.....

GO .... G - I - A - N - T - S

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Crazy. Players on the sideline looked a little shocked.
 
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WOW, quite a game and I think I may have won my fantasy league.
 
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