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#1 Posted on 13.1.13 1930.12 Reposted on: 13.1.20 1933.08
I forgot to do this last week, but if I HAD, I would have been 1 and 3, so perhaps we're better off.
Here's the Conference Championship schedule:
2 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS @ ATLANTA FALCONS 1 3PM
I don't see how the Falcons can win, but I'm probably blinded by my sadness that the Packers went down. Still, I feel like the 49ers can beat anybody - except maybe the Rams some of the time - and will pick them here. If it doesn't come down to field goals, even better.
4 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 2 6:30PM
Man I dislike both of these teams. Patriots win and at least I don't have to see Ray Lewis anymore.
#2 Posted on 13.1.13 1950.46 Reposted on: 13.1.20 1951.52
I predict I will hate who comes out of the AFC. I am going with the Harbough bowl, because the media can go on forever with that for that extra week between. Ravens vs. 49ers has some spark. I would like to see Atlanta go and win since its one of the few teams I can stand, but no way is that defense ready for another round of running Quarterback.
#6 Posted on 13.1.13 2059.54 Reposted on: 13.1.20 2106.14
I'm guessing Patriots/49ers. I really don't think Baltimore has enough to top New England and Atlanta did everything they could to give that game away today, while the Niners were just straight dominant.
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#10 Posted on 18.1.13 0832.01 Reposted on: 18.1.20 0859.01
It's amazing the number of minutes that the Ravens, particularly their not-so-young defense, have been on the field these past two weeks. Not sure if there is anything left in the tank but if the magic continues ...
Falcons/49ers: I don't care.
Oh! For those of you who did not see THIS gem; It's been on FB & Twitter for days so I'm sure you've all seen it. I've watched it 22 times. So far.