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Old 01-02-2013, 01:01 PM   #16
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Bengals - Houston is a shell of who they were, and I don't get why

Colts - Ravens are a shell of who they were, but we do know why. Their defense won't stop the Colts, and Flacco will end up doing something bad, take a sack at the wrong time or throw a pick.

Packers - AP wanted that record, and played lights out, Ponder was good Ponder last game. Packers are ticked they are playing this week, and will light up the Vikings in an uncompetitive game.
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I'm going with Houston over Cincinnati

Ravens over colts in a Blowout.

Skins beat Seattle by 7

GB wins at home by 10
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My lock of the week is Bengals covering against the Houston
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Houston wins by 13, they're pissed everyone is jumping off their bandwagon.

Ravens win by 11, make Luck look like a rookie with pressure left and right, and are fired up for Ray.

Green Bay makes Minnesota pass with Samantha Ponder at QB, after 3 picks 1 for a TD and AP only getting 80 yards rushing, Green Bay wins by 17.
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Bengals - Houston is a shell of who they were, and I don't get why

Colts - Ravens are a shell of who they were, but we do know why. Their defense won't stop the Colts, and Flacco will end up doing something bad, take a sack at the wrong time or throw a pick.

Packers - AP wanted that record, and played lights out, Ponder was good Ponder last game. Packers are ticked they are playing this week, and will light up the Vikings in an uncompetitive game.
I think after being 11-1 they decided to take a late season nap. The question is, will they wake up? I think they will, at least for one week.
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So you are thinking all the Home teams win? On paper that would seem to be the case, but it never happens that way. I see at least one visitor winning this weekend and I hope its not the Redskin's visitor. I am going to take the Colts as the visitor that wins this weekend. All the other Home teams win. The Ravens just don't impress me and I would be really surprised no matter how the AFC Wildcard games turn out if we don't see a Patriots @ Broncos AFC Championship game. The NFC is more up in the air I think.
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Wildcard Weekend Winners
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Broncos
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I think after being 11-1 they decided to take a late season nap. The question is, will they wake up? I think they will, at least for one week.
Defense wasn't the same without Cushing and having a banged up Johnathan Joseph.
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Andy Reid traveling to Arizona on Wednesday, could be Cardinals’ head coach by the end of the week | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
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Let's keep the coaching rumors in the Black Monday thread
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My bad. I have ADD.

Feel free to move things around as needed.
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Speaking of which, anyone know how LeRibeus rated out last game?
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Don't know how LeRibeus graded out; I thought he did good; was knocked around a little but held his own and made a couple of nice blocks; offense didn't skip a beat with Kory out and him in so thats a plus.

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