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The Thrill
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Since: 16.4.02
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1st-ever Undisputed...er, NFC North champions. That means at least one team with playoff hopes has to come to (all together now) the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field, where Green Bay is still undefeated this year.

Ah, the power of cheese!

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Hard to believe that the North is so bad this year. Packers 9-3, everyone else 3-9. Another weird thing is that besides the division leaders, the only other teams above .500 in the NFC are the Saints and Falcons. And my Bears should have had them yesterday. Turn around, McQuarters! Throw a block! Don't challenge a TD when you have the ball on the 1 and your offense is hot!



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Since: 18.3.02
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Ahh yes! The Packers win, the 'Bucs lose. And we're NFC North Champions. It doesn't get much better than this 'til the playoffs.

The "home field" race has suddenly become very interesting hasn't it?





9-3 NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONS Bring on the Vikings!

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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.22

    Originally posted by The Big Kat
    Hard to believe that the North is so bad this year. Packers 9-3, everyone else 3-9. Another weird thing is that besides the division leaders, the only other teams above .500 in the NFC are the Saints and Falcons. And my Bears should have had them yesterday. Turn around, McQuarters! Throw a block! Don't challenge a TD when you have the ball on the 1 and your offense is hot!


I saw the highlights of that game. McQuarters was obviously expecting that the ball would be flipped to him in mid-tackle so that he could run it in for the touchdown. He must have been surprised when his teammate got dragged to the ground with the ball instead.

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#5 Posted on

    Originally posted by cranlsn
    The "home field" race has suddenly become very interesting hasn't it?




Not least becuase the team that arguably needs it most, Tampa, have got a pretty tough run in. My moneys on the Pack getting it at 12-4, but the Eagles'll still take them with McNabb back at QB in the conference game
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Since: 18.3.02
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#6 Posted on

    Originally posted by dMr

      Originally posted by cranlsn
      The "home field" race has suddenly become very interesting hasn't it?




    Not least becuase the team that arguably needs it most, Tampa, have got a pretty tough run in. My moneys on the Pack getting it at 12-4, but the Eagles'll still take them with McNabb back at QB in the conference game



I certainly hope you're right about the Pack...but I'm VERY interested in the Tampa/Atlanta game this weekend. I have a feeling that Vick could give the 'Bucs fits. Which will make their division even more interesting...

If the Pack does get home field...no way are they losing...to anyone. I'd love to see Tampa come through Lambeau.



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#7 Posted on

    Originally posted by cranlsn

      If the Pack does get home field...no way are they losing...to anyone. I'd love to see Tampa come through Lambeau.


    You'd love to see the Bucs....at Lambeau....in the cold.....in winter. Theres a hint of the sadist in you isnt there?
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    Originally posted by cranlsn



      I certainly hope you're right about the Pack...but I'm VERY interested in the Tampa/Atlanta game this weekend. I have a feeling that Vick could give the 'Bucs fits. Which will make their division even more interesting...

      If the Pack does get home field...no way are they losing...to anyone. I'd love to see Tampa come through Lambeau.



    I would love to see them come through Philly as well.

    Of course seeing Vick try to pull his magic at the Vet in January would be interesting. Hello Mr. Vick, meet the Vet pseudo-turf. He will learn to slide after that game.





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