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 Post subject: Predictions: Saturday NFL playoff games
 Post Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:20 am 
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Well since, Sunday can't around fast enough? Anyone care to guess the outcome of the Saturday NFL games?

Cincinatti vs. Houston
Bengals will squeak one by Houston. 21-14. I think Texans will come out flat against the Bengals.

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Minnesota vs. Greenbay
*Just a gut feeling that Greenbay will come out with their offense hitting all cylinder and outscore Viking 42-28 (Packers over Vikings). I just feel like Rodgers is just going to put into 2nd gear in this game, even though the last game was close.


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 Post subject: Re: Predictions: Saturday NFL playoff games
 Post Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:33 am 
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Cincinatti will win by a touchdown. Cinci's on a tear right now, 7-1 in their last 8. Playing heads up D, and A.J. Green. It always impresses me when you know who "the man" is and they still continue to drop on you.

Have to go with Minnesota, because, well, you just have too as a Seahawks fan. Do I think they will win, no, but I will be rooting like crazy.


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 Post subject: Re: Predictions: Saturday NFL playoff games
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I like Schaub to win his first ever playoff game, close but pull it out by two or three pts.

Rooting for MN for obvious reasons, but see the packers winning by nearly 10 points.


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 Post subject: Re: Predictions: Saturday NFL playoff games
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Minnesota will be the surprise game of the weekend. They're going to punish the Packers. Vikings are just too hot right now and Packers have zero balance. I wish the Pack would win because it would be pure awesomeness to play them again, but it's not going to happen. The Packers are the weakest team in the NFC playoffs.

I'm rooting for Cincy. It'd be cool to see a SuperBowl between the Bengals and Seahawks. Should have been the case back in 2005.


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 Post subject: Re: Predictions: Saturday NFL playoff games
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Cincy vs Houston: To me it seems like Houston got punched in the nose hard by the Patriots, and then again by Minnesota. They are reeling hard right now while Cincy is hot. Hard to pick a road team especially with the way Houston began the year, but I like the Bengals in this one.

Green Bay vs Minnesota: Like you guys I want Minnesota to win for much the same reason. The chance of a homefield game plus I like our chances against teams that don't necessarily have a strong passing attack. However, last week was an elimination game for Minnesota. Last week was a home game for Minnesota. Not the case for Green Bay. I think Green Bay comes in angry and on a mission after having lost the 2 seed and first round bye. I think they win by 10 points or more in this game.


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