NFL  > Arizona Cardinals  > WEEK # 15....... IS THIS THE LAST WEEK OF FOOTBALL BEFORE THE END OF THE WORLD?
December 11, 2012, 01:37 PM
THURSDAY 12/13/12

bengals @ EAGLES- EZ, this is going to ruin my winning percentage.

SUNDAY 12/16/12

packers @ BEARS- The Bears are on a 2 game losing streak and a loss to the Packers may knock them out of Wild Card contention, it is a must win for Chicago

giants @ FALCONS- the Falcons could eliminate the possibility of having to play the NYG's in the playoffs with a win.

buccaneers @ SAINTS- the Saints want to rain on some ones playoff dreams, they failed in a big way against NYG's last week, now they do it to the Bucc's.

VIKINGS @ rams - It would be a shame to see your playoff dreams dashed by the Rams.

REDSKINS @ browns- Washington needs to win out the rest of the season to make the playoffs- if every other team in the NFC East could beat the Browns so can Washington.

broncos @ RAVENS- Will a new OC turn the Ravens around? Or will this be their 3rd loss in a row and be knocked out of the race for one of the top 2 seeds?

jaguars @ DOLPHINS - Jags have other things on their minds besides winning.

colts @ TEXANS - Will the Texans take out their embarrassment on Monday Night on the Colts- 2 losses in a row by the Texans would strike panic in the locker room.

SEAHAWKS @ bills- Unless last weeks road win was a fluke for Seattle.

panthers @ CHARGERS- even if Turner wins the remaining games, he is gone.

LIONS @ cardinals- The Cardinals have lost 9 games in a row.

steelers @ COWBOYS- I know it is December and the Cowboys are supposed to have a December curse, this year they are flawless in December, the loser may not make the playoffs.

chiefs @ RAIDERS- the chiefs want that #1 pick.

49ER'S @ patriots- For the 49ers this is a must win, they win, then next weeks game against the Seahawks won't have much importance except for playoff seeding. With Brady in the shotgun it makes it difficult to sack him, defenders need to jump WR routes or the short pass will do to the 49ers what it did to Houston.

MONDAY 12/17/12

jets @ TITANS- the last MFN of the year, and no one will be watching. They'll be in their bunkers preparing for the end of the world.
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December 12, 2012  04:00 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

49R'S coming to gillette......BRING-IT !,......gggrrrrrrr !!!.......*MM's head ~spins~ completely around*.

Your head spinning around , what next, projectile split pea soup vomit.?

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December 12, 2012  07:34 AM ET

49ER'S @ patriots. REALLY????

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December 12, 2012  08:33 AM ET
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tex = rain-n-snow..........sunday-nite !

I've been watching the forecast for next week. I will be in CT next Thursday.

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December 12, 2012  03:15 PM ET
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49ER'S @ patriots. REALLY????

I suppose you said the same thing in week #2, Arizona @ New England , or when they traveled in Week # 6 to Seattle to play a rookie QB in his 6th start. New England is 1-2 against the NFC West so far this season. When they lost to Seattle it was after a much publicized game against AFC West leader Denver. Not that I place much importance in past games, just saying.........

December 12, 2012  03:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

GO COLTS !!

Yes indeed.

December 12, 2012  03:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

tex = rain-n-snow..........sunday-nite !

I hope you do pray for lots of snow and rain. Generally speaking the team with a better defense and running game wins those match-ups. Maybe Houston was expecting those weather conditions, but instead had a rather autumn like evening.

December 12, 2012  03:19 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

lol,....don't forget your ''lettermen'' jackets........it might snow sunday-nite.....!

How about fur lined underwear?

December 12, 2012  03:22 PM ET
QUOTE(#15):

I hope you do pray for lots of snow and rain. Generally speaking the team with a better defense and running game wins those match-ups. Maybe Houston was expecting those weather conditions, but instead had a rather autumn like evening.

The Texans have been blown out twice, first by the Packers in their crib and then by the Patriots in Foxboro. They even struggled against some bottom feeders. That team is way overrated in my opinion.

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