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Bears 24 @ Packers 17
JeremyGO PACK GO! The Bears win and the division is theirs. Brett F Favre better bring his A game. If San Fran and Houston win the Packers would get Bush if they don't win again. The Packers do indeed have the easier schedule. It is conceivable that the 49ers beat St. Louis this week then go on to lose the "Bush Bowl". Anyone who actually watched the game Monday, and apparently I am the only one in America, would have to be weary about the Aaron Rodgers era on the horizon.
MattRex Grossman for MVP!!!
JonUpon the announcement that he has been drafted by Green Bay, Reggie Bush's legs will immediately fall off.
SarahI know what I did, and I didn't even do it so that we'd win. I can't believe Reggie wouldn't want to come to Green Bay, if he doesn't want to he can go suck it. Merry Christmas.
Vikings 23 @ Ravens 30
JeremyA loss spells no division and furthermore probable elimination from the playoffs. Hopefully the Vikes can keep the game within 45.
MattThe Vikings Defense will have to step it up if they want to stop Todd Heap.
JonIs this game going to conflict with the Heat-Lakers game?
SarahI'm so behind in the standings I just can't risk taking Baltimore.
Patriots 31 @ Jets 21
JeremyTom Brady is dreamy.
MattI think Bruce Bollinger will have a good game.
JonEveryone seems to have fallen in love with the Patriots another time around.
SarahI'm officially depressed for the holidays- they showed the Packers-49ers playoff game.
|Sarah - So's your face|
|MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!!!!|
|Matt - Washington Bureau Chief|
|Jeremy - As Seen On The Internet|
Well it was a good run while it lasted. Onward toward next year.
By the way, rather than piss and moan about injuries if you want to look for a reason the Packers lost a lot of close games this year look no further than the total flop of a year Ryan Longwell is having.