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    I have to give it to the 49ers defense - they were on fire. So sad the Saints lost so it looks like I am a Packers fan here on out
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    Same here - the Packers are all I have left in the playoffs. Grr.

    And while I don't care for the Patriots, I did enjoy seeing them stomp all over the Broncos.
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    I totally loved seeing "Baby Jesus" Tebow take that old-fashioned ass-whippin' from the Patriots last night!!! While I am not, particularly, a fan of Tom Brady and the Patriots, Tom's arm is amazing! Tom took little Timmy to school AGAIN!
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    GoPackGo! I'm bringing my mom to the bar for good luck!
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    Frustrating end to an otherwise fun season.

    Rooting for the 'Niners next week . . .
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    Thanks for the support next Sunday, Ellen. I wish I could have supported the Pack today. My question is...what happened to them? The two week rest surely didn't make their hands stiff. The Niners also had a two week rest and played just fine. The Pack players all looked depressed from the beginning of the game - was it the death of the Offensive Coordinator's son this past week? He was there doing his job, why weren't they? So many questions, but in the end I hope the Niners beat the Giants, but with a bigger margin than when they played them mid season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    Thanks for the support next Sunday, Ellen. I wish I could have supported the Pack today. My question is...what happened to them? The two week rest surely didn't make their hands stiff. The Niners also had a two week rest and played just fine. The Pack players all looked depressed from the beginning of the game - was it the death of the Offensive Coordinator's son this past week? He was there doing his job, why weren't they? So many questions, but in the end I hope the Niners beat the Giants, but with a bigger margin than when they played them mid season.
    I have a feeling that the death of the OC's son so recently was a huge factor, particularly during this past week. Practice sessions were likely not up to the usual standards, and only they know what dynamics were at work today.
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    Gotta cheer for Eli Manning since my Peyton is out.
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    I still love my team - a lot of the players went on Twitter to apologize to the fans for the loss last night. But what a loss. It's tough being a Packer fan in NYC!
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    With the Lions and the Pack gone, I will be rooting for the Pats from here on out. Aside from the fact that Brady is a hometown boy, the day they won the super bowl in 2002 is a very special day for me, so I have had a soft spot in my heart for them and Tom Brady ever since then. As for the 49ers or the Giants, I could be ok with either team - except Harbaw left such a bad taste in my mouth with the way he acted in Detroit after their victory. I guess all else being equal, I will give the edge to the Giants.

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