zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Is it over? Vikings dominate for most of the game. Dallas' field goal unit continued their subpar play. Minnesota treated the Dallas offensive line like a Pop Warner team. Except for the Packers failed comeback on the Cardinals, this might be the dullest/worst NFL playoffs I can remember. You know it is bad when you start looking up 2011 BCS odds and then look at schedules.
And by the way, Keith Brooking can suck it for complaining about the Vikes running up the score (he complained both during the game and after the game). Where was the indignation when the Cowboys were blowing teams out left and right? Hell, the Patriots have done this for years. Be a professional, man.
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I think this game should put to rest the idea of the NFC East as the most dominant division. The Eagles and Cowboys should be ashamed of themselves for those piss poor performances in this year's playoffs.
I anxiously await next week's shootout. Someone's long-suffering fanbase is about to finally reach the Super Bowl.
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So if the GM, the coach, the offensive coordinator AND the QB aren't allowed to dictate how many balls the guy gets (because the nasty bastards might happen to conceivably possibly be mad at poor little Tim for a presumably unjustified reason)