- 01/14/2012, 05:38PM ET
..PCH// said 01/14, 05:38 PM
Can Aaron Rodgers top last years' playoff performance?
I don't know, but I do know, the Giants have been a lil too cocky..
Cruzin: RIP Papa said 01/14, 10:12 PM
Well I guess I will start my first TD here, I am going to homer the **** out of this TD and go with my NYG, this is why.
All right so there is no question in anyones mind right now that the Giants cannot do it.
-They are known for upsetting better teams in the playoffs
-They are pretty much the favorites in the media
-They already proved in the Regular season that they can hang with the Packers
Now lets look at individual players, I think that right now, Manning is doing just as good as Rodgers has done as late, look at the last 5 games
Rodgers: 1475 Yards 61% Comp 14 TD's 2 INT's 4-1 Record
Manning: 1505 Yards 59% Comp 9 TD's 5 INT's 4-1 Record
Look at that, that is almost identical numbers except for the TD's and INT's but Manning was playing all top 15 defenses and 1 top 5 defense in the league. While Rodgers played 0, yes zero top 15 defenses in total yards.
We all know that both teams have horrible defenses with a edge going to the Giants and since Rodgers has the edge, this nearly evens them out. Rodgers and Manning are a push, will get to the rest next.
..PCH// said 01/15, 02:55 AM
Going with NY, huh?
Well, I'm sorry, but Aaron Rodgers will make Corey Webster look like burnt toast. Lets not forget this game's in Lambaugh, and unlike the Falcons, the Packers can move the ball. Aaron Rodgers will get sacked, that's for sure, but most of the game he'll be exposing it over the middle.
I see this being a shootout for 3 qtrs..
I got Pack... 35-27
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