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    WOW!

    All Joe and Troy could do is gush over RW.

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    Packers kept us on the edge of our seats yet again! Awesome game. Russel Wilson is a beast. Quality player.
    Hope the first half Packer team shows up for the niners. Lots of adjustments needed to be competitive.

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    Packers look solid. LeFleur done a great job in rebuilding in such a short time. I wouldn't be surprised if they beat the 49ers.

    Cousins delivered against the Saints. Made the Saints look unprepared. Fan base is split over who plays QB next season. I'm on the Taysom Hill bandwagon. Brees looked every bit of being one week shy of 41.

    Chiefs looked awesome! What team wouldn't want Mahomes?

    Vrabel should be named Coach Of The Year! He identified a franchise QB, made the move to get him and rode his team all the way into the AFC Champ game.



    Huge College game tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    WOW!

    All Joe and Troy could do is gush over RW.

    #12
    Delivered!
    The circle jerk was strong. At one time, they basically insinuated that Seahawks would win the game as soon as Wilson got a hold of the ball. It reminded me of Collinsworth and his love of Brady. Don't get me wrong, Wilson is a great QB and seems like a pretty decent guy, but I'll take #12 in Lambeau every single time. The 3rd down pass to Adams on the last drive was as good of a throw as can be made.

    49ers looked good. But then, who doesn't when playing the Vikings in the playoffs.

    Titans are as potent as any team right now. Vrabel has put the pieces together. Beating Pats and Ravens at their house is no small task. I'll be cheering for KC, though.
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    Wilson is a HoFr.
    He reminds me of Fran Tarkenton.

    At least once, and maybe 2 or 3 times, Aikman stated "if he hadn't of gotten tackled he would have scored!"

    Well no shat!

    San Frans defense is very physical.
    I don't know if GBs Oline can handle them.
    But they are better than MNs Oline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Wilson is a HoFr.
    He reminds me of Fran Tarkenton.

    At least once, and maybe 2 or 3 times, Aikman stated "if he hadn't of gotten tackled he would have scored!"

    Well no shat!

    San Frans defense is very physical.
    I don't know if GBs Oline can handle them.

    But they are better than MNs Oline.
    Kinda like some of the ol' Madden comments, "If you wanna win, you have to score more points than your opponent."

    I'm optimistic the Packers can scheme a little better to handle the 49ers front as well. I honestly felt bad for Cousins (but I did not feel bad for the Vikings fan base). When the 49ers knew the Vikings were going to pass, it was pretty much a guaranteed sack each time.
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    All things considered the Hawks had a good season. When your best DB is a guy you surrendered a 5th round
    pick for midseason you aren't going to have a good season. The fact that they finished above 8-8 is a success.

    SF is not that good, but they have managed to stay healthy. Remember also, if Gabolo was that good he'd still
    be a Patriot. Don't be surprised if the Aaron's & the Smith's aren't in the SB, along with the Titans!
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    I think the 49rs are very good.
    I would NOT bet against this guy!



    He has a chip on his shoulder, the bigger the chip the better he plays!
    San Fran passed on him and drafted Alex Smith #1.
    I've watched this guy in his whole career, he talks the talk and he walks the walk!
    This has been maybe Rodgers best all around season.

    No-one saw this coming!

    Should be a really good game because I think the o-line can GIVE Rodgers a little protection.
    But I think San Fran ends GBs remarkable season.
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    Any Cincinnati Bengals fans on this forum?

    It was fun watching the Cincinnati fans cheering on Jeaux Burreaux during the Championship game. Lots of videos on FB from the various Cincinnati area sports bars.

    Guest on Colin Cowheard's program Tuesday morning were comparing Jeaux to Joe Montana and Tony Romo. He reminds me more of Rodgers with the touch passes, ability to make plays on the run and accurate long ball.

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    Greenberg pointed out LSU's record 726 points scored, which hadn't been done since 1936, and the litany of postseason awards Tigers players and coaches won.
    He also referenced the fact LSU (15-0) beat seven top 10 teams and four top five teams, which no team had ever done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    I think the 49rs are very good.
    I would NOT bet against this guy!



    He has a chip on his shoulder, the bigger the chip the better he plays!
    San Fran passed on him and drafted Alex Smith #1.
    I've watched this guy in his whole career, he talks the talk and he walks the walk!
    This has been maybe Rodgers best all around season.

    No-one saw this coming!

    Should be a really good game because I think the o-line can GIVE Rodgers a little protection.
    But I think San Fran ends GBs remarkable season.
    I have a gut feeling about this game.
    I think Rodgers has to have this game to set his legacy.

    GB-24 San Fran-21
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    So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory, the MOMENT." ~ Aldo Leopold

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