Hasselbeck wrote:If the game were in Minneapolis I'd expect an ugly one-possession game.
But lucky for us it's not. I really think Christian Ponder is in for a long day... especially if we jump out to an early lead.
Sarlacc83 wrote:Congratulations on assuring it'll be a final drive type game after a frustrating, error-prone game where both teams suuuuuuuuck. We appreciate it!
Aros wrote:Greg is just psyching himself up because he doesn't want to go to the game and suffer angina pains for 3 hours. Suck it up like the rest of us Greg!!
FlyingGreg wrote:Our last 6 games have been decided by a total of 24 points. My higher math skills tells me that's an average of 4 points.
The Lions game came down to the last half a minute. The 49ers game was close. We took the lead on the Patriots with about a minute left and held on. The Panthers game was close and we had to absorb the goal line stand. We were driving to try and win in the last minute against the Rams. Packers game -- THE final play.
Man, I don't know about you all -- but I could seriously use a 30-10 kind of game this Sunday! Great time for a pick-six or a fumble return score, or even Leon to bust one out.
LET'S BRING IT.
Aros wrote:Oh I would in a heartbeat. Now with the wifey there? Good luck with that. LOL
Claden wrote:A win is a win. Close or by big margin. I'd prefer to see them win in a blowout though.
NJHawksFan wrote:I'm not sure about Lynch... he has not looked 100%, especially on that TD run of his. He looked like he was having some trouble with his back, and we barely saw him after that. We could see more Turbin, and while he has looked good, I'm not sure he can take care of this running game. This team is relying much more heavily on the pass as of late, and you know what, I'm okay with that. Make it happen, Russell.
Russ Willstrong wrote:The 12th man will sack Ponder. Mark my words.
MissoulaHawkFan wrote:Russ Willstrong wrote:The 12th man will sack Ponder. Mark my words.
2 things dude:
1. It should be 12th man is mannnnnnnnnnnn and grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
2. Not "mark my words", but maker my words.