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    Sunday Divisional Round Live In-Games Thread


    Seattle Seahawks (12-5) at Atlanta Falcons (13-3)
    Line: Falcons by 2.5. Total: 47.

    Walt's Projected Line: Falcons -3.
    Sunday, Jan. 13, 1:00 ET



    Houston Texans (13-4) at New England Patriots (12-4)
    Line: Patriots by 9. Total: 49.

    Walt's Projected Line: Patriots -7.5.
    Sunday, Jan. 13, 4:30 ET


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    Lets go home teams, really tired of people ragging on Ryan and obvious

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    Quote Originally Posted by SanchoPanza View Post
    Lets go home teams, really tired of people ragging on Ryan and obvious
    He's been pretty unlucky in a sense. He's been beaten by the Super Bowl champs the last 2 seasons. He's probably running into a team that matches up best against the Falcons today. They can match up with the WRs and TE, but struggle in the ground game where the Falcons also struggle. Then on defense the Falcons really struggle on run defense and Seahawks have a Lynch-Wilson combination. It's gonna be tough.

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    Im going to be rooting really hard for the Falcons. And i feel pretty confident that theyre going to win. NOBODY believes in tge Falcons. Meanwhile there might be (total speculation) a sense in Seattle that the Hawks have arrived already
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    Seattle win and the Pats win via shady refereeing and a good performance from Brady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiser View Post
    Im going to be rooting really hard for the Falcons. And i feel pretty confident that theyre going to win. NOBODY believes in tge Falcons. Meanwhile there might be (total speculation) a sense in Seattle that the Hawks have arrived already
    you're just mad that the 49ers can't win the nfc west because alex smith sucks

  7. I hope the Patriots lose. I just want one Super Bowl where I don't care who wins.

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    I'm nervous that the Pats will get home field in the championship game now that the Refs screwed over Denver. Sigh. C'mon Texans.
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    Hopefully the Pats, but Belichick specifically, have learned their lesson from the 2010 Jets game. The whole team seemed to take it for granted, but the gameplan seemed lackadaisical and Belichick just got outcoached. Just because he out-gameplanned the Texans earlier in the year doesn't mean he will again. Hoping for creativity and not playing it safe or going out with an identical plan to last game.

    I really want to see Falcons-49ers, but a Seahawks-Niners threematch would be great too. Mostly rooting for the Falcons for Ryan's sake.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lukic View Post
    Seattle win and the Pats win via shady refereeing and a good performance from Brady.
    Oh hey your sig. Interesting choice.

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