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The W - Football - NFC DIVISIONAL ROUND: Chicago Bears 35, Seattle Seahawks 24
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Game wasn't as close as the score would indicate.

Midwestern Armageddon may now commence.



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As a Seahawks fan my elation from last week has certainly been tempered a bit, but getting into and winning a playoff game has certainly washed out a lot of the taste of how bad this team was down the stretch.

Looking forward to seeing what the Coaching Staff and Front Office can do over the offseason to make it even better next year (assuming there is a next year given the labor questions).



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Seattle didn't reach the red zone til the end of the third quarter. Wow.

I get the Aaron Rodgers love, but I'll vote now for a pic of Jay Cutler for the banner tomorrow.

Bears/Packers for the NFC championship. There will be blood.
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Someday someone will give me a good explanation of down 18 with less than 7 minutes to go in the 4th quarter of a playoff game with 4th and long in your own territory and you decide to punt.
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As a Bears fan who expected 8-8 and hoped for 9-7, and is shocked at where they are, I am very much excited for next week's game. Plus, I work for a company in Milwaukee, so there's that too.

Go Bears.



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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Someday someone will give me a good explanation of down 18 with less than 7 minutes to go in the 4th quarter of a playoff game with 4th and long in your own territory and you decide to punt.


No, they won't.



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Does yesterday's game add to the idea that if Seattle/New Orleans was at the Superdome, the outcome might have been different?




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