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Old 12-14-2020, 10:54 AM   #1
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Race for the NFC East

So three games to go. If you look at the schedule we seem to have an advantage. We can take care of Philly by beating them. The Giants have Cleveland and Baltimore coming up. Dallas has a lot of games to make up in a short amount of time. If we beat Seattle this week I think it is over. If the Giants lose their next two I think it is over too.
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Old 12-14-2020, 10:57 AM   #2
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Definitely not over, probably gonna come down to week 17 if I had to guess. Eagles have renewed life with Hurts at qb and the advantage of his opponents having no game tape on him yet. Giants seem to be fading, Cowboys shouldn't even be mentioned in this post of division title contenders, but really I think we're probably looking at it coming down to week 17, us vs. Eagles. I'm just glad we get the Eagles in week 17 so we will have a few weeks of tape on Hurts to study.
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Old 12-14-2020, 11:07 AM   #3
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Re: Race for the NFC East

Giants will lose to Cleveland and Baltimore, they are done.

If we beat Seattle it's all but a wrap
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Re: Race for the NFC East

One WFT loss and one NYG win, and the Gmen are back in 1st place controlling their destiny.

I like for the WFT to win their next two, and for NYG to lose at least one of their next two - allowing WFT to rest some guys (Alex, Moses, Scherff, Gibson) against the Eagles.
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Old 12-14-2020, 11:12 AM   #5
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Re: Race for the NFC East

If the Eagles can upset the Cardinals this weekend, we'll likely be playing them for the division title in week 17. At that point, anything can happen.
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If the Eagles can upset the Cardinals this weekend, we'll likely be playing them for the division title in week 17. At that point, anything can happen.


Yeah this thread was meant more as a long term thread for division games not so much predictions - though obviously that is a part of it - because yeah it is really wide open right now and all four of us play each other in week 16. Buckle up fellas.
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If the Eagles can upset the Cardinals this weekend, we'll likely be playing them for the division title in week 17. At that point, anything can happen.
If WFT wins their next two, and the Giants lose one of their next two, the Eagles game doesn't matter.
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If Colt McCoy can beat Seattle in Seattle ( crowd or not they were undefeated there and 500 on the road) than we should be able to pull it off with Alex. I really hope he is a go.
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If Colt McCoy can beat Seattle in Seattle ( crowd or not they were undefeated there and 500 on the road) than we should be able to pull it off with Alex. I really hope he is a go.
Yeah if we start DH it's over
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God damn two Giants games and the Lions. We are that close to being 9-4 and already in the playoffs. Unimaginable.
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God damn two Giants games and the Lions. We are that close to being 9-4 and already in the playoffs. Unimaginable.
It is crazy...but part of this team (players and coaches) learning and growing together. Those losses might be just as important as some of these recent wins.
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Old 12-14-2020, 11:46 AM   #12
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It is crazy...but part of this team (players and coaches) learning and growing together. Those losses might be just as important as some of these recent wins.


Agreed and those teams are not terrible. Just so frustratingly close to this thread being called nfc east champs. Lol
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God damn two Giants games and the Lions. We are that close to being 9-4 and already in the playoffs. Unimaginable.
Should have won the Cleveland game, too, IMO.
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Will be fine, need to beat Seattle and Carolina, both will be tough. Carolina despite their record have played well, they are tough and dangerous.
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Will be fine, need to beat Seattle and Carolina, both will be tough. Carolina despite their record have played well, they are tough and dangerous.


You mean Carolina and Philly? Or do you think philly is a tougher game than Seattle?
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