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January 8, 2011, 01:54 PM
Finally the real world is back in order, now what did I miss?

As dissapointed I am for the Giants not making the playoffs, I'm happy they didn't sneek in through the back door when they couldn't earn a key on their own. A 10 win season is nothing to be sad about but it's just going to be another one of those season's they gave away...

Now on too this weekend....

Before this season began I gave my predictions as who will be in the Superbowl, I went with the Packers vs the Ravens and as crazy as this season went and the Packers just sliding getting in I'm not going to waiver on that pick yet.... I think we are going to see some amazing football this weekend, Bring it on!!!

Saints Vs Seahawks: Saints win but not as convincing as most will think.

Jets vs Colts: Tough one! I have loyalty to my NY "tenants" but I can't disrespect Peyton Manning. I have been enjoying watching Rex Ryan eat his words a bit and enjoying his failures... Colts Win!!!

Ravens vs Cheifs: I really enjoyed seeing KC kick butt this year and I'll eat my words on Cassel, the dude can ball! The fans are going to be rocking that Stadium off the grid. I have to stick with the Ravens though, Rookie nerves cost KC the game!

Packers vs Eagles: Game of the weekend! Seeing Vick have a good playoff run would be great for the league. Vick going to Atlanta in the NFC Championship? It's the perfect setup the NFL marketing team is hoping for but the Packers have been rollin lately and the Eagles are still soft on defense. Packers take a close one!!!

Enjoy all the games everyone, Goodl uck to your respected teams!!!
January 8, 2011  05:59 PM ET

Saints vs Seahawks...

Pete Caroll and Hasselback getting it done....Upset special in the making???

January 8, 2011  08:13 PM ET

CONGRATS SEAHAWKS!!! Concidering all the weirdness over the season throughout the league, should we be shocked by this???

January 8, 2011  11:31 PM ET

Make that 2, Sam......Jets tripped up the Colts on last play of game. So far, this has been a WILD-card weekend!

January 9, 2011  11:37 AM ET
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Make that 2, Sam......Jets tripped up the Colts on last play of game. So far, this has been a WILD-card weekend!

I know... The Crazy season continues!!! Not sure if this bolds well for the Ravens and Eagles today. That KC crowd is very insane also, They must pump in sound at Arrowhead.

January 9, 2011  11:46 AM ET

And, this from Crazy Bull......The Seahawks will continue winning from this point on and take home the Lombardi!

You heard it here first!..........lol

January 9, 2011  12:04 PM ET
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And, this from Crazy Bull......The Seahawks will continue winning from this point on and take home the Lombardi!You heard it here first!..........lol

It's Hasselback last hoora, might as well go out with a bang !!!

I'll buy a ticket for that wagon with you Bull..lol

January 9, 2011  12:26 PM ET
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after his win yesterday , i'm sure some team will grab matt if the [hawks] don't resign him !

You know Holgrem would snatch him up in a second to mentor McCoy...

January 9, 2011  12:43 PM ET
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And, this from Crazy Bull......The Seahawks will continue winning from this point on and take home the Lombardi!You heard it here first!..........lol

Hawks did good.

January 9, 2011  12:50 PM ET

The only problem I see is consistency. Especially on offense. Yesterday was the first time I've seen them play all year, and they had too many 3 and outs. They did get 14 ahead at one point, but then they seemed to get conservative, and almost let Nawleans get back into it.

If they're going to continue, they'll need to get that offense rolling and keep it rolling, because they won't have a chance against any of these other teams.

January 9, 2011  07:09 PM ET

Nice Job Ravens.... The AFC final 4 should be some awesome football, really it's the 4 best teams in that conferense all season!!!

Now..Go Packers Go!!!

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January 9, 2011  10:00 PM ET

Couple of "rubber matches" in the AFC and the opposite in the NFC, with Packers/Falcons and 'Hawks/Bears........Play of the weekend unarguably goes to Marshawn Lynch, who put the final nail in the Saints coffin with a gritty, never-say-die run for the deciding score......Congrats to all whos team moved on and condolences to those of you who have to "wait for next year."

 
January 10, 2011  02:59 PM ET
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Couple of "rubber matches" in the AFC and the opposite in the NFC, with Packers/Falcons and 'Hawks/Bears........Play of the weekend unarguably goes to Marshawn Lynch, who put the final nail in the Saints coffin with a gritty, never-say-die run for the deciding score......Congrats to all whos team moved on and condolences to those of you who have to "wait for next year."

No doubt the Lynch run is one for the history books... I always love the underdog team, Their chances vs the Bears defense will be limited to like... zero to none but then again they did beat them this season and Lynch ran good in that game.

The AFC "game three" matchups will be some great football!

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