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Old 01-12-2006, 09:01 AM   #16
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NE 31, Denver 21

Seattle 42, Washington 13

Carolina 21, Bears 17

Colts 35, Steelers 31
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Re: NFL Thread Part Three, Take Two

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Seattle 28 - Washington 3
Too much Shaun Alexander, too little Redskins offense.

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Carolina 21 - Chicago 10
game will be close heading into the end of the third quarter... each team will get a touchdown via defense or special teams... rex grossman's inexperience will be fully exposed by john fox. panthers pull away late.

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New England 24 - Denver 17
close game throughout with brady leading a montana-esqe two minute drill to win the game late.

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Indianapolis 42 - Pittsburgh 21
over flow of emotion will lead to an early indy turnover... add that with the rust from not playing a meaninful game for a month, and pittsburgh could jump out to an early two touchdown lead... but once indy gets clicking, they'll steamroll all over pittsburgh. once indy gets up, expect rothelisberger to be running for his life.
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Old 01-12-2006, 11:21 AM   #18
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Colts to Start Tee Martin in Hopes of Finally Winning a Title

Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy announced today that the team has added Tee Martin to its playoff roster and will start the former national championship-winning Tennessee Volunteers quarterback this Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.

http://www.sportspickle.com/features...1-manning.html
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Old 01-12-2006, 01:14 PM   #20
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Wow,

where's the Bears love?

I will be at the game cheering them on.

FINAL SCORE


Bears - 13
Other Team - 10
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Must be a huge fan if you don't know who they'e playing.
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Must be a huge fan if you don't know who they'e playing.
LOL, I suppose I could have written out Carolina Panthers, just figured that everyone in an NFL thread would already know that.

As long as we are stating the obvious, might I point out that there is already a game with results we could examine.

WEEK 11

Bears WIN


Bears - 13
Panthers - 3


Panthers had 3 fumbles

The Bears sacked Delhomme 8 times.

The Bears intercepted Delhomme 2 times.


Any more obvious things that you would like to see written out to add validity to the post, let me know.

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Yes what headband did Jim McMahon where most often, the one that said "Taco Bell" or the one that said "Rozelle"?
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Can't tell if you are being serious, or just difficult. I may show my age here, but I remember the Punky QB most with his Adidas head bands.

And back on topic....


BEARS WILL WIN.


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I am never serious nor difficult.
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Seriously.
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Bad news for Carson Palmer.

Carson's Injury Could be Career Ending

Luckily, he has some of the best doctors in the business. I hear he is starting rehab at the Jobe Clinic.
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Wow, luckily for him he just signed that huge contract.
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wow... it must really suck to be a bungles fan... just when you finally look ready to become a real franchise, this happens.

and i'd have to agree with chip on this one
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Wow, luckily for him he just signed that huge contract.
Too bad we're talking about football and not baseball, cuz there's no way he gets everything.
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