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December 14, 2010, 05:40 PM
I hope..
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December 14, 2010  06:23 PM ET

i think GB will finish at 10-6, here's my thinking. We will probably lose to the Pats, then we have the Giants who haven't been playing great (nor have we, but...), that games at home so i give the edge to the Packers, then we have the Bears, they'll probably have the division by that point but this is a rivalry, so it'll still be a war. And honestly, in this rivalry it doesn't matter if the bears or packers are terrible or great or whatever, these games are always up in the air...anything can happen, but because the Bears won the 1st at home and it's at Lambeau, and because I ALWAYS pick the Bears and Pack to split, I predict a Packers win...but notice I saw probably for all of this, because we have NO idea what's going to happen, which is what makes it all so great!

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December 14, 2010  06:41 PM ET
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I totally agree, I think you win your last two...Lovie Smith will play the last game like it is pre-season, unless they have a chance for a bye.Being a wild card is not that bad, you will have to go to the NFC West champions place, but they will be under .500, and you win by at least 17 points, and then anything can happpen...

Hahaha, I hope we get the NFC West if we do get the wild-card! But it all honesty, I think the playoffs are a stretch right now. I love my Packers as much as anyone, but I try to be honest. I would love to make the playoffs, but we need a lot of help.

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December 14, 2010  07:08 PM ET
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This statement makes no sense. A 2-10 Lions team badly exposed the Packers and their next three opponents are sure to do the same.

so by that logic does that mean that this statement makes no sense as well?

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December 14, 2010  07:31 PM ET
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Probably. The Packers however are certainly going to lose their next two if not all three.

Lol, alright then! I guess we're all entitled to our opinions (even if I don't like the sound of yours!)

December 14, 2010  07:33 PM ET
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I still pick the Giants as being the NFC favorites to face The Pats again in the Super Bowl.

I've got the Falcons, they're gonna have home-field throughout the playoffs, and they don't lose at home...good recipe there...I think right now Pats-Falcons are my pick, but I'm sure something crazy will happen in the last 3 weeks here to change my mind!

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December 15, 2010  12:21 PM ET

Saints will beat the Falcons Monday night, IMO ..... Homer remark right !

December 15, 2010  12:55 PM ET
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I totally agree, I think you win your last two...Lovie Smith will play the last game like it is pre-season, unless they have a chance for a bye.Being a wild card is not that bad, you will have to go to the NFC West champions place, but they will be under .500, and you win by at least 17 points, and then anything can happpen...

There are no automatic wins in the NFL. The NFC West leader could wind up in the Super Bowl. You never know.

December 15, 2010  12:58 PM ET
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This statement makes no sense. The Lions didn't expose the Packers in any way, the Packers O line didn't do a good job and was the key to losing the game, everyone in the league knows the O'line is suspect, Rodgers had concealed some of these problems with his running ability, the Lions put together a good game plan that challenged the Packer O'line and they succeeded. Rodgers getting hurt didn't help the Pack either.

I disagree with this statement for only 1 reason. If Matt Flynn does not throw and Int. at the goal line the Pack wins. The offensive line had nothing to do with that one.

December 15, 2010  02:35 PM ET
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I disagree with this statement for only 1 reason. If Matt Flynn does not throw and Int. at the goal line the Pack wins. The offensive line had nothing to do with that one.

Very good point, I yelled at the TV right before he threw that ball, even I saw that guy standing there!

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December 17, 2010  08:17 PM ET

Hope springs eternal!

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