- 01/16/2012, 05:21PM ET
JdsJets: Trade up for LUCK! said 01/16, 05:21 PM
49ers OVER Giants: The Giants are the hotter team right now, but I still like the 49ers to win. They have the #1 run defense in the league, Bradshaw and Jacobs will be shut down.
The Giants have a very good passing attack and the 49ers dont have a great pass defense. That is the only way the Giants will score. They will for sure score, but there was one thing I noticed about the GB-NYG game. Eli had all day to throw. This will not be the case against the 49ers pass rush.
The Giants have a better offense, but the 49ers showed they have a strong offense as well. Smith is a reliable QB who doesnt turn the ball over, and he has one of the top TE's in Vernon Davis. Gore is a very good RB.
49ers 27 Giants 21
Patriots OVER Ravens: High powered offense VS Great defense. The difference in this game will be whether Baltimore can score. I dont think they can.
I believe the Pats will get off to a quick start. They will pressure Flacco to throw, and he will have a rough game, even against that pass defense. The Ravens Defense will keep them close but they dont have the offense to compete point for point with the Pats.
Patriots 21 Ravens 16
JdsJets: Trade up for LUCK! said 01/16, 07:29 PM
Oh Beefy Burritos
What will the Ravens need to do to win? You didnt answer and I will for you. Flacco needs to have a big game, and they need him to start out fast. Will that happen? NO. Brady gets off to a hot start, Ravens rely on Flacco and he doesnt get job done
How will the Giants win? Ill tell yah, if they give Eli time to throw like the Packers did but this time, against the SF pass rush. Will that happen, I doubt it.
Beefy Burritos, your last argument had:
2 capital letters
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