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So Gang, Which Underdog Team Has The Best Chance Of Making It To The SB?

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  • fallforward3y+
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    I would have said IND before the game, so far it looks like I was wrong.

    GB's defense played great, I wouldn't have expected that. SEA's defense played GB's offense pretty well, they just don't give up a lot of points it seems, even to great offenses.

    I think a key to moving the ball on SEA's offense well is with a lot of efficiency, and be able to sustain a methodical drive. Keep the down and distance favorable for you, take advantage of favorable situations for your offense. Rely on shorter but effective runs, or screen passes. Do a good job with getting yards while being tackled, expect them to tackle well, and not let you get very far before they first contact you. That, or if your one of the few teams like Dallas that can dominate them up front and gash them on the run.

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  • bronx_2003
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    Packers, lots of teams have played Seattle close this season and if Carolina can keep it close for 3 quarters then the Packers can certainly beat them. Maybe Wilson will have to score 20+ for once if GB can make some plays.

    I would love to see Indy win, but I think your see that our complete lack of energy and PM's injury made them look a lot better then they are..... they got beat heavily by the better teams in the season.

    I guess time will tell

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  • LSIGRAD09
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    Originally posted by Assassin27 View Post
    The "07" Giants didn't have much of a chance either.
    That's true. They did almost beat the Pats in the reg season though. Indy has never been close under Luck and Pagano.

    I also consider the Giants much more well-rounded.
    Last edited by LSIGRAD09; 01-18-2015, 11:11 AM.

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  • Assassin27
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    Originally posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    GB not much of a chance.
    Indy has none at all.
    The "07" Giants didn't have much of a chance either.

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  • Assassin27
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    I agree with you on this. And you should hear people in Boston and on the sports show. They see no way they lose whatsoever. Many are predicting a blowout. And the level of cockiness and all out arrogance is at an all time high. However, I do believe NE wins.

    I'm hoping Seattle wins for one reason and one reason only. I want Seattle to kick NE's butt in the SB. Nothing would make me happier.
    I hear you!!!! The arrogance is at an all time high but I have been reminding the Pats fans they are playing for second place. I think both the Pack and Hawks would beat them in SB but im with you id rather see the Hawks because I don't think it would even be a close game.

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  • Rastic
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    Originally posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post

    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    Are you saying slim or none, and "slim" just left???
    Of course


    The Colts should lose spectacularly against the Patriots.

    GB? I don't think hop-along cab pull a miracle out of his hat to upset Seattle. Maybe, possibly it could happen. It's Seattle's game to lose only if they have a bad day. Carroll is no Fox, so I don't see that happening.
    Last edited by Rastic; 01-18-2015, 10:07 AM.

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  • LSIGRAD09
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    Originally posted by ruksak View Post
    Yeah, without Trent Richardson, we're toast.
    I'm not sure how you can overcome a devastating inactive right there.

    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    Are you saying slim or none, and "slim" just left???
    Of course

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    GB not much of a chance.
    Indy has none at all.
    Are you saying slim or none, and "slim" just left???

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  • ruksak
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    Originally posted by LSIGRAD09 View Post
    Indy has none at all.
    Yeah, without Trent Richardson, we're toast.

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  • LSIGRAD09
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    GB not much of a chance.
    Indy has none at all.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    I agree with you on this. And you should hear people in Boston and on the sports show. They see no way they lose whatsoever. Many are predicting a blowout. And the level of cockiness and all out arrogance is at an all time high. However, I do believe NE wins.

    I'm hoping Seattle wins for one reason and one reason only. I want Seattle to kick NE's butt in the SB. Nothing would make me happier.
    Yes, now that we're out, it's going to be one of those, "lesser evil" situations for me......that is, probably cheering for a team I do not like, because I dislike the other team more.

    I am a Pack fan, and would love it if Rodgers could rally them in Seattle, but the odds are stacked against an injured QB against an amazing D, plus an opposing QB who is far beyond his years in thought process and extremely athletic.

    And of course I am pulling for Indy today, but it will take a huge effort for that to happen. But Luck could be the guy to do it.....though not likely.

    So, it will probably come down to the two teams I did not want to make it to the SB. However, I would have to pull for Seattle, because I can not imagine the pain of hearing about the Pats being champs again. Conversely, if Seattle wins back to back, it would definitely make them the best team in football in this small era, and at least shut up The Pats fans for another year.

    Geez, I do not like those years when I have to go with the "lesser evil.":brick:

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by broncolee View Post
    Indianapolis, it's easier to win in Foxborough than Seattle.
    I agree with you on this. And you should hear people in Boston and on the sports show. They see no way they lose whatsoever. Many are predicting a blowout. And the level of cockiness and all out arrogance is at an all time high. However, I do believe NE wins.

    I'm hoping Seattle wins for one reason and one reason only. I want Seattle to kick NE's butt in the SB. Nothing would make me happier.

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  • broncolee
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    Indianapolis, it's easier to win in Foxborough than Seattle.

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  • CNETT324
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    I give Indy a better shot than GB because I think it'll be easier for them if they can play D like they have the past 2 weeks and Luck not turn the ball over . Seattle is just tough... I'm pulling for the Pack but I just don't see it happening .


    I'm really annoyed we're not playing this weekend ugh ! This sucks!

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  • the0rangecrush
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    I'd say GB, they probably have the better roster around the QBs. I'd say both QBs are a push, but Rodgers has experience.

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