Bears vs Packers and Patriots vs 49ers

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Bears vs Packers and Patriots vs 49ers
Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:21 pm
  • If the Packers and 49ers lose these two games the Seahawks can win out and get the 2nd seed.
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  • If the packers lose tonight it counts, right?
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  • sturg78 wrote:If the packers lose tonight it counts, right?

    Indeed :th2thumbs:
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  • It'd be hysterical if the Packers miss the first round bye by one game, and to us at that.
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  • I would love to see the Packers and the Seahawks finish with the same record. I can't wait to hear even more whining on a national level.
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  • In our quest for the division and possible second seed, I would like to see New England (9-3) defeat Houston (11-1) tomorrow night. Suffice to say, New England is making a push to improve its seeding position in the AFC. With a win tomorrow, New England would have the same win-loss record as Denver (10-3) and would be just one game in back of Houston for the home field advantage in the AFC playoffs. And so New England could be eyeing home field advantage when it plays San Fran next Sunday.
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