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 Post subject: NFC West Is Not Over
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 10:43 pm 
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OK call me a homer but given the undefeated home record and that the final road game is vs. the 5-7 Bills (and at a neutral site!), it's not off-the-rocker crazy to imagine the 'Hawks running the table to 11-5. *If* that were to happen, they would only need SF to lose one one of MIA/@NE/ARI, with @NE being obviously very possible!

On top of that, with only one NFC team (other than SF) with less than 4 losses a possible bye / home 2nd week playoff game is not an impossibility at this point either!

That might be asking a little much but IMO the 'Hawks are a young team coming into their own. Expect them to finish stronger than they started.


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Sheeeeeet. Could happen.

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 Post subject: Re: NFC West Is Not Over
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 Post subject: Re: NFC West Is Not Over
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No kidding, everything is there for us to take. We just went 3-1 in the 3rd quarter of the season. We have a great shot at 4-0 if we play up to our ability. The 2nd seed would be ours if the Bears/ GB lose again as well as 49ers lose 1 more game aside from our game. They play in a few weeks so one of them will be coming back to us.


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 Post subject: Re: NFC West Is Not Over
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Agreed. Also, the 1st round bye isn't out of the question either. If we win out, SF loses to NE, and GB loses to either Chicago or Minnesota then we would be #2.....Crazy.

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Children, I know you are excited but simmer down. A week ago the sky was FALLING. Lets not declare a fecal fan collision when we lose, but lets also not start pre-ordering super bowl champion shirts after a win, either. Take a lesson from Russell Wilson. Be cool, kids.


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 Post subject: Re: NFC West Is Not Over
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:56 pm 
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OK call me a homer but given the undefeated home record and that the final road game is vs. the 5-7 Bills (and at a neutral site!), it's not off-the-rocker crazy to imagine the 'Hawks running the table to 11-5. *If* that were to happen, they would only need SF to lose one one of MIA/@NE/ARI, with @NE being obviously very possible!

On top of that, with only one NFC team (other than SF) with less than 4 losses a possible bye / home 2nd week playoff game is not an impossibility at this point either!

That might be asking a little much but IMO the 'Hawks are a young team coming into their own. Expect them to finish stronger than they started.



Not sure I would call Toronto a Neutral site. It's 97 miles from Buffalo. It's the game they watch each week (guessing) and there are sure to be a ton of people making the trip up to catch the game. Would be like calling the tacomadome a neutral site.

Or Ford field in the SB for that matter.

Of course, I'm glad it's not in Ralph Wilson. One of the most miserable games I can remember is still fresh on my mind (season opening ass whipping where Burleson broke his leg)


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