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01/11/2014 04:18:10 PM · #1
Patriots @ Broncos
49ers @ Seahawks

Message edited by author 2014-01-19 12:49:07.
01/11/2014 04:23:30 PM · #2
To be honest, I think this year I'm going to root for the officials ... to get it "right" ...

I'm getting sick of seeing games decided by horrible calls, and the new replay rules and technologies seem to be making it worse ... :-(
01/11/2014 04:48:43 PM · #3
Not a Sea Hawk, nor a Sea Eagle. Taima.
01/11/2014 05:54:26 PM · #4
Dunno. Certainly seems like the bounty program is alive and well in New Orleans.
01/11/2014 06:02:18 PM · #5
The Seahawks are dominant. Is that typical weather in Seattle? :-)
01/11/2014 06:11:26 PM · #6
GO Seahawks My Grandson is a FAN!!!!

And so am I!

01/11/2014 06:11:59 PM · #7
Originally posted by hahn23:

The Seahawks are dominant. Is that typical weather in Seattle? :-)


Yes, this time of year!
01/11/2014 07:20:47 PM · #8
I suppose I should check in with a big
GO 49ers
considering this is their last season in San Francisco
They will be moving 50 miles down the peninsula to Santa Clara/San Jose next year.
01/11/2014 07:26:17 PM · #9
My saints are not doing so well
01/11/2014 07:46:07 PM · #10
SEAHAWKS advance Woot!
01/11/2014 07:48:56 PM · #11
Originally posted by sfalice:

I suppose I should check in with a big
GO 49ers
considering this is their last season in San Francisco
They will be moving 50 miles down the peninsula to Santa Clara/San Jose next year.

With the Seahawks advancing and holding home field for the NFC title game, that means the last game has already been played at Candlestick. Sad.
01/11/2014 08:02:41 PM · #12
OK here we go.................GO PATS
01/11/2014 08:05:39 PM · #13
Even though they lost, I think Drew Brees was man of the game.

01/11/2014 08:22:30 PM · #14
Originally posted by Dr.Confuser:

SEAHAWKS advance Woot!


Damn the saints didnt win

the sea hawks have no chance.....lol
01/11/2014 08:38:04 PM · #15
I'm a saints fan but predicted a Seattle / New England Super Bowl when the playoffs started. I think they are the dominant teams right now.

I can't believe the Seahawks beat the Saints twice in postseason now. They seam to be the NFC team of destiny for the past few years.

Message edited by author 2014-01-11 20:40:33.
01/11/2014 09:04:40 PM · #16
Originally posted by SEG:

I'm a saints fan but predicted a Seattle / New England Super Bowl when the playoffs started. I think they are the dominant teams right now.

I can't believe the Seahawks beat the Saints twice in postseason now. They seam to be the NFC team of destiny for the past few years.


I'm thinking Seattle/Denver Super Bowl!! I'd love that!
01/11/2014 09:10:41 PM · #17
Pats are showing some serious grunt right now :-)
01/11/2014 09:15:47 PM · #18
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Pats are showing some serious grunt right now :-)


Early days early days my friend.
01/11/2014 10:08:44 PM · #19
I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.
01/11/2014 10:19:32 PM · #20
Originally posted by hahn23:

I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.

I'm afraid I have to root the Chargers there, being as I used to shoot for them on the sidelines. But when they lose (which they probably will) I'm looking forward to another epic Brady-Manning battle. We're fortunate to have lived in this football era, to have seen it all. Heck, I got to shake hands with Johnny Unitas on the sidelines, and here I am in my dotage watching Andrew Luck blossom (though hopefully he drops a few petals tonight).
01/11/2014 10:20:12 PM · #21
Originally posted by hahn23:

I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.

I can say it for you. Denver vs. San Francisco in the SB. That was my prediction months ago, and I still can't see it any other way.

However, the Patriots have finally shown up in a game before the last minute. Where has this sudden powerhouse of a team been all year?
01/11/2014 10:31:45 PM · #22
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by hahn23:

I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.

I'm afraid I have to root the Chargers there, being as I used to shoot for them on the sidelines. But when they lose (which they probably will) I'm looking forward to another epic Brady-Manning battle. We're fortunate to have lived in this football era, to have seen it all. Heck, I got to shake hands with Johnny Unitas on the sidelines, and here I am in my dotage watching Andrew Luck blossom (though hopefully he drops a few petals tonight).


Imagine if you combine the two Manning brothers. You'd have a QB capable of winning in both the regular season and post season, not to mention one capable of beating the Patriots on a regular basis.
01/11/2014 10:32:49 PM · #23
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by hahn23:

I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.

I'm afraid I have to root the Chargers there, being as I used to shoot for them on the sidelines. But when they lose (which they probably will) I'm looking forward to another epic Brady-Manning battle. We're fortunate to have lived in this football era, to have seen it all. Heck, I got to shake hands with Johnny Unitas on the sidelines, and here I am in my dotage watching Andrew Luck blossom (though hopefully he drops a few petals tonight).


Did you meet Johnny U as a Baltimore Colt, or as a Charger?
01/11/2014 11:13:54 PM · #24
Originally posted by bohemka:

Originally posted by hahn23:

I have much to say, but I'll stay quiet pending the Bronco's game on Sunday vs. the Chargers.

I can say it for you. Denver vs. San Francisco in the SB. That was my prediction months ago, and I still can't see it any other way.

However, the Patriots have finally shown up in a game before the last minute. Where has this sudden powerhouse of a team been all year?


Or, Broncos vs Seahawks. Low probability 49ers can win in Seattle.
01/11/2014 11:36:57 PM · #25
No love for the Panthers? They beat the 49ers in San Fran, as well as the Patriots and almost beat the Seahawks in Seattle had it not been for a red zone fumble late in the game.
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