Sunday, January 14, 2007

Sunday"s Divisional Games...

So I was completely wrong on the Indy game and I was pretty close on the New Orleans win. I guess that just means Dungy won't get fired and he won't become a candidate for the Gopher job that he is already "not a candidate for." (Copyright Nick Saban).

Seattle @ Chicago

This game is just underway so I need to get this typed before Grossman throws an INT. This is a tough one to call. The Bears have not been playing well over the last few games, especially at QB. Seattle has been dramatically up and down. So if Seattle is playing well I wouldn't hesitate to call this game for them. Chicago has had extra time to prepare and hopefully for Bears fans Grossman has his bearings again. I don't think this one is pretty but Chicago eeeks it out at home.

Chicago - 17
Seattle - 14

UPDATE - "we want the ball and we're gonna score!" Seattle/Chicago have played a very entertaining game and are now headed to OT. Settle will get the ball. Will Hasselbeck repeat his OT playoff performance of 2003 @ Green Bay. At the coin toss Matt declared "we want the ball and we're gonna score!" He then threw a pick 6 to Al Harris and Green Bay won.

New England @ San Diego

This obviously is the premier game this weekend. The current best player in the league (that would be Tomlinson) vs. the premier playoff QB and coach. Both teams are well coached, both teams play great together as a team and both teams have playoff experience. My infinite knowledge tells me never to go against Belichick and Brady even if the other team has LT. The Belichick/Brady factor + Philip Rivers being essentially a rookie QB = a Patriot upset victory.

New England by 4

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