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    BTW---I am sort of hoping San Fran goes to the SB.

    If Green Bay goes, it reeks of disaster.

    Green Bays biggest weakness on defense is covering TE's.

    If New England goes to the SB Gronkowski and Hernandez would each have 250 yards recieving!!

    I don't think I could bare to see it.


    Good luck to Detroit!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    BTW---I am sort of hoping San Fran goes to the SB.

    If Green Bay goes, it reeks of disaster.

    Green Bays biggest weakness on defense is covering TE's.

    If New England goes to the SB Gronkowski and Hernandez would each have 250 yards recieving!!

    I don't think I could bare to see it.


    Good luck to Detroit!!

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    Sick! Reminds me of Islamic terrorist who hate the Isreali's more than they love thier children.

    Personally, I want to see the Saints play at Lambeau at the end of the month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Sick! Reminds me of Islamic terrorist who hate the Isreali's more than they love thier children.

    Personally, I want to see the Saints play at Lambeau at the end of the month.
    Nice!

    Franco, it's football, it has nothing to do with war or killing.
    I have actually done both (only college football), prefer football over war.

    Rooting for the North Division Detroit Liuons!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Nice!

    Franco, it's football, it has nothing to do with war or killing.
    I have actually done both (only college football), prefer football over war.

    Rooting for the North Division Detroit Liuons!!!

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    In your post you wrote that you are hoping for the 49ers to go to the SB!

    Last I checked, they are in the West.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    In your post you wrote that you are hoping for the 49ers to go to the SB!

    Last I checked, they are in the West.
    Yes I did, you are brilliant!!
    You're right, that is just exactly like war and killing!!!


    I predict Detroit will beat the Saints in the WC round (just like Seattle did last year.
    Then San Fran will beat Detroit and come to GB.

    Atlanta will likely lose to the G-Men, and the Giants will visit GB for a loss.

    San Fran & GB in the NFC title game.


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    This just in;

    Aaron Rodgers easily edged Drew Brees to be the Associated Press' first-team All-Pro quarterback, winning by a 47 1/2 to 2 1/2-vote margin.

    Lions WR Calvin Johnson and Vikings RE Jared Allen were the top vote getters, each coming within one vote of being unanimous All-Pros. The Rodgers vs. Brees voting could provide a hint as to the AP's leanings for NFL MVP. Patrick Peterson was the only rookie voted All-Pro, making it as a returner. LeSean McCoy and Maurice Jones-Drew were the first-team running backs, Rob Gronkowski the tight end, and Wes Welker was the wideout opposite Megatron.
    Just tryin' to help.............


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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    This just in;



    Just tryin' to help.............


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    I almost hope Brees gets it so Rodgers has a little fire in his belly for the Superbowl MVP instead
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    I actually think it will be co MVP's this year...dont think the NFL wants any part of a public relations controversy this year
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    Well Lions better luck next year Maybe you can get the most dirtiest team for 2012-2013. You were the hands down winner this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    I actually think it will be co MVP's this year...dont think the NFL wants any part of a public relations controversy this year
    I don't.

    1 MVP, and we know who it is........personal records don't make MVP's, team success does.


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