NFL 2014-15 Season

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NotRamjet97, Feb 2, 2014.

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  1. bacon4e

    bacon4e Resident Cheesehead

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    Whole goddamn game comes down to Dallas' rushing offense. If the Packers can get ahead to the point where the Cowboys HAVE to pass, they should win. If they allow the 'Boys to stay close, and keep pounding the rock on long, sustained drives, then they'll probably lose. We need the Packers Offense that we saw in the middle of the season that scored 50 points before halftime.
     
  2. Crockett

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    I actually think Green Bay's rushing attack is not bad at all. I don't know about the statistics but anybody remember Lacy trampling like 7 Eagles? And they ran the ball well against New England. Their backs are pretty decent. They might give Dallas some of their own medicine. Hard enough to cover those receivers, but you can't neglect stopping the run.
     
  3. AutoBobby

    AutoBobby The Collector

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    Huh, I never noticed. :lol 



    Well, here are my picks for this weekend:
    Ravens
    Seahawks
    Cowboys
    Broncos
     
  4. xMostWanted559x

    xMostWanted559x Well-Known Member

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    What most people don't remember the Cowboys is a running team but they are more than capable of passing.

    It all comes down who can execute that day. Both teams are similar but I think we have the better receiving core.
     
  5. ChldsPlay

    ChldsPlay Well-Known Member

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    He said they missed a hold and that the PI wasn't clear. I said there was a hold too. They also missed offensive PI and facemask, not to mention a slew of other holds and whatnot throughout the game. If you're going to pick this one play to argue (and it is a terrible example considering the non-calls on Detroit) then you have to argue about all of them. Are you going to do that?
     
  6. Alucard77

    Alucard77 Kaon Gladiator Champion

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    Your also forgetting the factor of how much they would pay to the refs to win this game as well.
     
  7. Dark Skull

    Dark Skull Well-Known Enabler Veteran

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    Yeah...can't forget the payouts. Man, it must be nice to be a ref.....
     
  8. xMostWanted559x

    xMostWanted559x Well-Known Member

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    Lol if that's true I'll take a super bowl one way or another
     
  9. Haloid1177

    Haloid1177 Hey, That's Pretty Good

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    Pats > Ravens
    Pack > Boys
    Colts > Broncos
    Seahawks > Panthers
     
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    it wasn't the fact that they missed the call. They actually called it, then decided they'll let Dallas have a pass
     
  11. xMostWanted559x

    xMostWanted559x Well-Known Member

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    Cowboys,panthers ravens and colts I want to win
     
  12. Dark Skull

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    I wouldn't mind the panthers. Don't really care about the Colts. Would like to see the Broncos go. Would not watch if the Cowboys did. Really don't care for the Ravens and hope they get trampled.
     
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    Arnt u in denver
     
  14. Dark Skull

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    Yeah, but the Broncos are the second team I root for usually. The 9ers are usually the primary even though they've been sucking a golf ball through a garden hose lately.
     
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    Alucard77 Kaon Gladiator Champion

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    I love these two predictions for the same reason.

    Colts beat Broncos so that the Pats don't have to have a challenge to the SB.
    Panthers beat Seahawks so the Cowboys don't have a challenge to the SB.

    Hate to tell you, Broncos are winning and covering the spread. And so are the Seahawks, but not covering the spread.

    As for the Pats. They may lose out right. But there is no way in hell you catch me betting on that game.
     
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    Patriots > Ravens
    Broncos > Colts
    Seahawks > Panthers
    Cowboys > Packers

    All the favored teams will win, but Cowboys will get the upset. Road Warriors! :D 
     
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    I'll take my chances with Luck being Luck and Peyton being playoff Peyton.
     
  18. bacon4e

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    Packers
    Ravens
    Broncos
    Seachickens

    GB vs. Seattle in the NFC

    Baltimore vs. Denver in the AFC.

    I would really like to see the Panthers win, but they probably won't. Unless Newton has the game of his life, I just don't see it happening.

    Packers and Cowboys will be a close game, and will probably come down to who has the ball last. That situation heavily favors GB, though we'll just have to see.
     
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    Yes, because refs have never picked up a flag before after discussing it. They screwed up by calling it before talking it over. Get over it. They screwed up. The Cowboys did not get a pass more than any other team did.
     
  20. ChldsPlay

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    Historically, not so much. Rodger's history of 4th quarter comebacks (if they get behind in the end) is very, very poor. Romo's is not.
     
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