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Old 01-15-2012, 05:58 PM   #301
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Cursed clothing. He fumbled the ball.
There will be a few more turnovers in this game before it's all over .
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Old 01-15-2012, 06:13 PM   #302
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I can see it now. 2007 Super Bowl rematch. Or 2001. One or the other.
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Old 01-15-2012, 06:13 PM   #303
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Eli Manning is such a stud in the post season. Insane play to end the half.
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Wow. GB really needed a score there. Drops and turnovers. They don't seem focused for some reason.
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Devin Thomas still doesn't know how to run a good route.
Truth. I'd say that route was rounded off, but really he was more like circling the airport on that one.

It's probably just his choice of footwear. If he could only get a good trainer he'd be a stud.
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The Last F...N time Aaron Rodgers lost a ball was in the Wildcard game last year...???
Rex??? WTF
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Truth. I'd say that route was rounded off, but really he was more like circling the airport on that one.

It's probably just his choice of footwear. If he could only get a good trainer he'd be a stud.
Devin Thomas: a huge waste of talent for terrible reasons.
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The Last F...N time Aaron Rodgers lost a ball was in the Wildcard game last year...???
Rex??? WTF
Maybe he wants to emulate Favre just for once.
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Wow. GB really needed a score there. Drops and turnovers. They don't seem focused for some reason.
Any chance the Giants have something to do with those drops & turnovers?
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after watching both these teams, I see the super bowl being won by the AFC. Don't count out the packers just yet.

Also the 49er's could be a team that beats NE or Baltimore
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Cursed clothing. He fumbled the ball.
And now injured and out... What was he thinking with the Blue??
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Early signs for Ed Reed look promising | ProFootballTalk

Good news to hear about Ed Reed.
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after watching both these teams, I see the super bowl being won by the AFC. Don't count out the packers just yet.

Also the 49er's could be a team that beats NE or Baltimore
So you are saying that the Super Bowl will be won by NE, Baltimore, SF, or Green Bay.

That narrows it down.
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So you are saying that the Super Bowl will be won by NE, Baltimore, SF, or Green Bay.

That narrows it down.
Haha, well I eliminated one team lol


No I'm just saying Green Bay shouldn't be counted out of this game. I think, San Fran will represent the NFC in the super bowl.

Whoever wins the AFC will win the super bowl. I want Baltimore, but I have a bad feeling about Brady and Belichiek. Ravens definitely could beat NE, so we'll see.
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