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    Default NFL GDT: Wild Card weekend

    SAT, JAN 4
    Kansas City at Indianapolis 4:35 PM NBC
    New Orleans at Philadelphia 8:10 PM NBC

    SUN, JAN 5
    San Diego at Cincinnati 1:05 PM CBS
    San Francisco at Green Bay 4:40 PM FOX
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    New Orleans at Philly (-2.5)

    San Fran (-2.5) at Green Bay
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    Fuck the Packers, Fuck the Eagles. Hope they both die in plane crashes.
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    I'm stumped on the Chiefs/Colts matchup.

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    Why would anyone pick the Chiefs. Lost 5 of last 7. Haven't won a playoff game since Clinton's first term. A QB that is average at best and a serious lack of WR depth. Not to mention a defense that picks and chooses which games to show up for.
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    Well the Saints have a chance against Philadelphia. Worry about the rest (Seattle later), but I was torn on whether it was better to be the 5 seed or the 6 seed.

    As the 5 seed, you get the tougher 1st game -- at Green Bay -- with Rogers back, but you get a much easier game in the 2nd game -- Carolina. Carolina's offense is just not good enough to win.

    Their defense is great, but Newton misses throw after throw, and it's great that he can run, but you still have to be able to complete a forward pass. He gets a lot of love from NFL commentators because the Panthers have won this year, but not one black commentator on ESPN will point out that Newton is the 2nd lowest rated QB in the playoffs, per their beloved QBR, which should give him credit for running. 2nd lowest by passer rating as well, but whereas under QBR he rates about Smith, on the passer rating he rates only above Luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mellanby_equals_grit View Post
    Why would anyone pick the Chiefs. Lost 5 of last 7. Haven't won a playoff game since Clinton's first term. A QB that is average at best and a serious lack of WR depth. Not to mention a defense that picks and chooses which games to show up for.
    b/c people don't think the colts are very good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InSighT View Post
    b/c people don't think the colts are very good?
    KC is in the same boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellanby_equals_grit View Post
    Why would anyone pick the Chiefs. Lost 5 of last 7. Haven't won a playoff game since Clinton's first term. A QB that is average at best and a serious lack of WR depth. Not to mention a defense that picks and chooses which games to show up for.
    Because you just described the team they are playing as well, minus the losing 5 of 7. Indy hasn't exactly been overly impressive either even though they did beat them in KC earlier. Isn't some crazy idea that KC can't beat them.
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    Next season's opponents

    AFC EAST
    New England
    Home: Buffalo, Miami, New York Jets, Denver, Oakland, Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati
    Away: Buffalo, Miami, New York Jets, Kansas City, San Diego, Green Bay, Minnesota, Indianapolis

    Miami
    Home: Buffalo, New England, New York Jets, Kansas City, San Diego, Green Bay, Minnesota, Pittsburgh
    Away: Buffalo, New England, New York Jets, Denver, Oakland, Chicago, Detroit, Tennessee

    New York Jets
    Home: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Denver, Oakland, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore
    Away: Buffalo, Miami, New England, Kansas City, San Diego, Green Bay, Minnesota, Jacksonville

    Buffalo
    Home: Miami, New England, New York Jets, Kansas City, San Diego, Green Bay, Minnesota, Cleveland
    Away: Miami, New England, New York Jets, Denver, Oakland, Chicago, Detroit, Houston

    AFC NORTH
    Cincinnati
    Home: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Atlanta, Carolina, Denver
    Away: Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, New England

    Pittsburgh
    Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Kansas City
    Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Atlanta, Carolina, N.Y. Jets

    Baltimore
    Home: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Atlanta, Carolina, San Diego
    Away: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Miami

    Cleveland
    Home: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Oakland
    Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Atlanta, Carolina, Buffalo

    AFC SOUTH
    Indianapolis
    Home: Houston Texans, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Washington, New England
    Away: Houston Texans, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Denver

    Tennessee
    Home: Houston Texans, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, N.Y. Jets
    Away: Houston Texans, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City

    Jacksonville
    Home: Houston Texans, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Miami
    Away: Houston Texans, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Washington, San Diego

    Houston Texans
    Home: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Washington, Buffalo
    Away: Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Oakland

    AFC WEST
    Denver
    Home: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona, San Francisco, Indianapolis
    Away: Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, New England, N.Y. Jets, St. Louis, Seattle, Cincinnati

    Kansas City
    Home: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, New England, N.Y. Jets, St. Louis, Seattle, Tennessee
    Away: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona, San Francisco, Pittsburgh

    San Diego
    Home: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, New England, N.Y. Jets, St. Louis, Seattle, Jacksonville
    Away: Denver, Kansas City, Oakland, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona, San Francisco, Baltimore

    Oakland
    Home: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Buffalo, Miami, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston
    Away: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, New England, N.Y. Jets, St. Louis, Seattle, Cleveland

    NFC EAST
    Philadelphia
    Home: Dallas, New York Giants, Washington, St. Louis, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Carolina
    Away: Dallas, New York Giants, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, Green Bay

    Dallas
    Home: New York Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans
    Away: New York Giants, Philadelphia, Washington, St. Louis, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Chicago

    New York Giants
    Home: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, Atlanta
    Away: Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, St. Louis, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Detroit

    Washington
    Home: Dallas, New York Giants, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Seattle, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Tampa Bay
    Away: Dallas, New York Giants, Philadelphia, Arizona, San Francisco, Houston, Indianapolis, Minnesota

    NFC NORTH
    Green Bay
    Home: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, New England, N.Y. Jets, Philadelphia
    Away: Chicago, Detroit, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Miami, Seattle

    Chicago
    Home: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Miami, Dallas
    Away: Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, New England, N.Y. Jets, San Francisco

    Detroit
    Home: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Miami, N.Y. Giants
    Away: Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, New England, N.Y. Jets, Arizona

    Minnesota
    Home: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Atlanta, Carolina, New England, N.Y. Jets, Washington
    Away: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Miami, St. Louis

    NFC SOUTH
    Carolina
    Home: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Seattle
    Away: Atlanta, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia

    New Orleans
    Home: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, San Francisco
    Away: Atlanta, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Dallas

    Atlanta
    Home: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Arizona
    Away: Carolina, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, N.Y. Giants

    Tampa Bay
    Home: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Green Bay, Minnesota, Baltimore, Cincinnati, St. Louis
    Away: Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Washington

    NFC WEST
    Seattle
    Home: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Denver, Oakland, Green Bay
    Away: Arizona, San Francisco, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City, San Diego, Carolina

    San Francisco
    Home: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City, San Diego, Chicago
    Away: Arizona, St. Louis, Seattle, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Denver, Oakland, New Orleans

    Arizona
    Home: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City, San Diego, Detroit
    Away: St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Denver, Oakland, Atlanta

    St. Louis
    Home: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, N.Y. Giants, Denver, Oakland, Minnesota
    Away: Arizona, San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City, San Diego, Tampa Bay
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    Chiefs, Eagles, Bengals, Niners

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    Love the Niners (obviously), but going Green Bay here...

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    Niners feel like the surest road winner. Bears D sucks and Green Bay barely got by them. I'd live for the GB to win, but I have a hard time seeing it.
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    ESPN confirms Texans have hired Penn State's O'Brien.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glovey View Post
    ESPN confirms Texans have hired Penn State's O'Brien.
    Yep. Very un-Texan hire. This had retread written all over it. How it's not Lovie Smith is amazing. Good for them. First good thing they've done in what feels like forever. We'll see how he does but seems like everyone loves the hire. He will be very different from Kubiak, that's for sure.

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    June 9, 1973 - The day athletic perfection was defined.

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    Lovie to the Bucs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Birdo 1 View Post
    Lovie to the Bucs.
    Thanks, Tony!

    Is that considered racial bias?

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    Good hire.
    June 9, 1973 - The day athletic perfection was defined.

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    Bears just signed Cutler to a 7 year deal.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHQA

    Guess he's the best option for next season, but yikes.
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