- 01/20/2012, 01:27PM ET
nycswag23 said 01/20, 01:27 PM
Giants vs 49ers: Simple, the Giants scored 37 points against the 15-1 Packers, a team with Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson. Nothing leads me to believe that the offense wont go wild on the 49ers as well.
Ravens vs Patriots: Ray Rice is playing like a god and is going up against a sketchy defense in the Patriots. The key will be slowing Brady, but the Patriots offense is too one-dimensional for my liking. Ravens in a close game.
The Book of Tebow said 01/20, 02:13 PM
That defense with Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson finished 32nd in total Defense. Behind the sketchy defense in the Patriots. Meanwhile the 49ers finished 4th in total defense, and 2nd in PPG allowed. The Niners had 4 defense probowlers. No way the giants Go wild on the 49ers defense. This Giants team only put on 10 on the Eagles, 10 on the Redskins, 20 on the Dolphins, and 20 on....O yeah the San Fransico 49ers.
Giants are 5-3 on the road. Niners are 7-1 at home. Playoff teams are 7-1 at home. 49ers beat the Saints. Saints beat the Giants.
The god Ray Rice had 1 less rushing yard than Aaron Hernadez. Meanwhile Brady is 9-0 in his last 9 games, with a 25-3 TD-INT ratio (Plus 3 rushing, so really 28-3). 7 in those games he threw for 300+. 8 of those games he had a qb rating over 107. The Patriots a 7-1 at home this season. Meanwhile the Ravens are 4-4 on the road with losses to teams like the Chargers, Seahawks, Titans, and Jaguars. BTW none of whom made the playoffs.
So hot qb with great home record vs shaky QB whos .500 on the road? Please
nycswag23 said 01/21, 09:31 AM
Lets start with the Giants offense. You mentioned they "put on 10 on the Eagles, 10 on the Redskins, 20 on the Dolphins and 20 on the 49ers. Lets take a look at when these matchups took place. Eagles: Week 11, November 20th, 2 months ago. Dolphins: Week 8, October 30th, almost 3 months ago. (Did you mention they won the game?). 49ers: Week 10, November 13th, over 3 months ago. Redskins are the most recent, happening on week 15 one month ago. Nonne of those performances phase the 4 game winning streak the Giants are on in which they have outscored opponents 101-40, their lowest point performance being 21. They also have not given up more than 20 points in a month.
You mentioned that road teams are 1-7 in the playoffs. I think we all know which teams possesses the lone road win.
On to the Ravens, who match Tom Brady with the 4th passing defense in the league, 3rd in sacks and the 2nd lowest opponent completion percentage this regular season. Sounds like Brady will have to hand it off a bit. Aaron Hernadez and company will have to deal with the 2nd rushing defense in the league. The Ravens are also 1st in opponent YPC. BTW, Ray Rice is the 2nd leading rusher in the NFL.
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