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Jets 24 @ Bengals 14
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Sat, 1/9/10 3:30pm
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Eagles 14 @ Cowboys 34
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Ravens 33 @ Patriots 14
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Packers 45 @ Cardinals 51
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Jets 24 @ Bengals 14

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Jeremy
The Bengals didn't look good in the dome. Still, I'll take the home team.
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The Jets kind of backed into the playoffs this year, and although they beat the Bengals pretty good last week, the Bengals didn't really have anything to play for. I'll go with Cincinnati here.
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Sarah
With 75% of these games being repeats from last week, you'd think I'd have a better understanding of how things are going to roll. I don't, and am more confused than I've ever been when it's come to picks. I think I'll just go with all of the teams that won last week although I am pretty sure that's now how I should be doing this.
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Jon
You really think Cincinnati will give up 37 unanswered, at home, with their starters? Child, Please. Still, New York has a really good defense, the advantage in the running game, and it will be cold and there could be flurries. I think it will be close, but the Jets will run to the victory.

Eagles 14 @ Cowboys 34

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This one is a toughy. There's nothing to the "it's hard to beat a team three times" thing, both because it's historically inaccurate, and not that logical, but this one really could go either way. Dallas beat up on them, but plays were there for the Eagles, they just didn't make them. Dallas is also one of those teams that likes to just be terrible every once in a while.
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Matt
Unlike the Jets/Bengals game last week, the match-up between these two teams meant a great deal. The Cowboys dominated that one, so I see no reason they won't win this one as well.
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Sarah
Maybe the Cowboys have what it takes to win a playoff game this year. At least one of the teams I hate has to lose. So it's either win win or lose lose for me.
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Jon
Dallas could win. I guess. Philadelphia, maybe. I've found I have much less rooting interest due to the fact that I really just want all the teams to lose.

Ravens 33 @ Patriots 14

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They will be missing Wes Welker, but they should be able to get by a not-that-great Ravens team.
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Patriots are 8-0 at home this year, yet I don't want to pick them. Ha ha hee
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Jon
A broken finger on a throwing hand? If that truly exists, you'd think it would matter, right? And missing their number one target? Why do I still think New England will win? I don't anymore.

Packers 45 @ Cardinals 51

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Here's hoping the Packers showed the Cardinals too much in the warm up game. There's a good chance Arizona doesn't even show up though.
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Well this game's kind of already been pre-analyzed to death on these here threads, but I'm still excited to see how it all ends up. Of course the Packers will dominate and all will be right in the world. Plus, Chuck season premiere is on a couple of hours after the Packers victory on NBC, so go watch that with your heart full of joy!
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Green Bay is still playing well. Sometimes that kind of thing happens. Then again, I still think Arizona can get it done. Steve Breaston to the rescue! Strangely, though, I'm not sure who I'd really like to win. No, I am actually. I want the Cardinals.
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01/04/2010 @ 10:51:41 PM
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It's on!
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01/05/2010 @ 12:12:05 AM
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I am the biggest eagles fan and the game i look forward to every year is the game with those dallas cowgirls. that game sunday hurt my soul. you better believe that won't happen again. I bet andy reid is mad as s**t. so much went wrong with that game. desean jackson got shutdown all game...thats odd...macklin can't keep his eyes on the ball. our backup center whats his face sucks a**, and this is the main guy we got to protect mcnabb. mcnabb is doing a great job as well as most of the team. when are we gonna see more of vick. westbrook needs to just stay healthy. i just saw that the headlines in philly read andy reid comments "WELL F**K ME". I guess I was correct in saying andy was really mad. I am pretty sure we will find a way to get the ball down the field to my dude desean "the fraction" jackson and jeremy macklin as well as the rest of our big playmakers. I am very confident that andy reid will get them back on track and this eagles team will not be the same team we all saw on sunday.... my bad if I bored the hell out of whoever reads this but I don't have alot of friends that REALLY watch football so I had to vent to someone......AND I THINK MY GIRLFRIEND WHO DOES'NT WATCH FOOTBALL IS TIRED OF HEARIN' IT.....LOL..... LETS GO PHILLY!!!!!!!!
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01/05/2010 @ 12:18:28 AM
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Upset to watch for: eagles lay a beat down on romo and the cowboys and romo continues his losing streak in the playoffs. emoticon
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Jfk10intex screwed with this at 01/05/2010 12:20:29 am
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01/05/2010 @ 12:52:18 AM
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before you make your picks you gotta check out this video, all nutcanners. I love the end segment about which wild card team they think will make it to playoffs. A

Let me repeat myself.

Packers Vs Cardinals
Packers Vs Vikings
Packers Vs Saints ( Yes I changed it )
Packers Vs Patriots, Colts, Chargers, or Bengals ( superbowl)


Packers will for sure go to the NFC championship. Thats as far as im daring to go though. I think the packers would be able to beat the saints, and possibly win the super bowl depending on who they play. Anyone want to make predictions?emoticon
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scott.jpgScott - 6225 Posts
01/08/2010 @ 08:04:02 AM
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ESPN Picks. The Packers-Cardinals line is the smallest of any of the four games, yet it's the only unanimous pick. Interesting. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

It should be of some noteworthy value that the Packers are playing some of the best football in the league right now, winning 7 of their last 8, and are literally one prayer play away from going 8-0 in the second half of the season. That said, they will be playing a much different Cardinals team this week. I think they can handle it, but this won't be the same game as last week for sure.

edit: it also should be noted that the Packers didn't play the toughest of schedules in the send half. (although they beat the Cowboys pretty handily, as well as the Ravens). So maybe scratch this last comment.
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01/09/2010 @ 04:34:27 PM
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P Manning gets his 4th MVP award. Suck it brett
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newalex.jpgAlex - 3618 Posts
01/10/2010 @ 12:53:50 AM
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Since when does nutcan start predicting future scores? And why did it predict that the Packers will win by the same score as last week?
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01/10/2010 @ 02:16:59 AM
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Yeah. Host of nutcan needs to get his poo poo together.
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01/10/2010 @ 09:33:39 AM
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Pin is for Tim Davey, an NFL Executive who died on Wednesday. --Source Yahoo Answers
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01/10/2010 @ 12:21:57 PM
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Yesterday's game were kind of ho hum, but I am already really really enjoying this Ravens/Patriots game.
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01/10/2010 @ 07:14:41 PM
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That was a hell of an effort. I was all set to be excited on the final play when I heard Sarah scream "noooooo!" from downstairs with no much pain in her voice that I actually had to hold back tears. Now I'm bummed too.

I don't know how you all feel, but I always have mixed feelings when the Vikings lose a game like this. Part of you is happy they climbed out of their hole, but then all that means is they got your hopes up, and it's all the more crushing in the end, so you almost wish the game just stayed a blowout.
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01/10/2010 @ 07:41:55 PM
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Im half way thinking of commiting suicide , but then the other half says, rodgers was do damn good I can wait to see him next year when they make it to the playoffs...
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01/10/2010 @ 07:43:54 PM
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I am not offically a vikings fan until after the super bowl. if the vikes lose, Ill be a Colts fan, if they lose, then im done with football all together for the post season
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01/10/2010 @ 07:45:00 PM
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Jfk10intex Wrote - Today @ 07:43:54 PM
I am not offically a vikings fan until after the super bowl. if the vikes lose, Ill be a Colts fan, if they lose, then im done with football all together for the post season


I meant to say " I AM officially a vikings fan until after the superbowl....
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01/10/2010 @ 08:04:37 PM
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Wishing it stayed a blowout is for whimps. Yes, it got my hopes up when they were within a TD, then down when Fitz decked Woodson in the end zone to get open, then up when they finally tied it, then down when they let Arizona go right down the field AGAIN, then up when Rackers completely shanked it, then up more when they won the toss, then down when Rodgers+Jennings were a throw with a little more air under it away from winning the game (Denver flashback style), then up/down on the holding that was called and helmet to helmet QB hit that wasn't called, and then crushed on the turnover but up again for a millisecond when I thought tuck rule before realizing that Arizona caught it in the air anyway. Win or lose, these are the games that make sports worth watching.
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01/10/2010 @ 08:15:28 PM
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Additional thoughts:

We can all agree that Bush should have been cut 3 years ago right? Hopefully Thompson will finally agree now too.

I know Fitzgerald managed 2 TDs, but one of them was criminal offensive pass interference and the other one was a good play design that I think had a Packer (probably Bush, I don't really remember) taking out Woodson, but without Woodson Arizona would have scored a TD every possession. So I really hope he wins DPOY.

Obviously the turnovers at the beginning of the game were huge, but the Packers lack of pressure on Warner was more embarrassing, and Crosby missed another field goal slightly to the right. You'd think he would have figured out to aim 5 feet farther to the left by now.

I totally called that onside kick before it happened, so Arizona's special teams coach should be fired.
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01/10/2010 @ 08:24:31 PM
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I blame today on Matt.
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01/11/2010 @ 08:15:53 AM
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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/01/11/after-further-review-packers-got-screwed/
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01/11/2010 @ 09:12:30 AM
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Good point, but we were being owned (like the whole first half) like hos on that drive. Result would have been similar.
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01/11/2010 @ 10:14:01 AM
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I'm not so certain that's even accurate. Why in the hell would it be a first down for Green Bay? It happened after the change of possession, or at least had nothing to do with the fumble. If someone has a personal foul after/during a TD it would get tacked onto the ensuing kick off, they don't blow the play dead. I would think worse case it would be Cardinal ball on the 30 or so.

Also, the fumble that Adrian had that eventually lost the game against the Bears was actually caused by him getting facemasked, so it's not like this is some rare miss, and in this case, not even relevant. It's not like there were zero missed calls that went the Packers way.

Edit: Rodgers also intentionally kicked the ball, which is a penalty, and actually effected the play.

Edit: And I'm not saying I wouldn't be pissed too, but people must realize on some level that they're wanting to be bailed out on what was really, at best, a technicality at that point, and if you want to quibble about things that technically happened then I bet every one of the offensive line did something that could be called holding, and every defensive back did something that could have been called.
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01/11/2010 @ 01:23:27 PM
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It was before possession had actually changed, so if they had called a penalty it still would have been Green Bay's ball. I think the missed helmet to helmet on the previous play was more blatant though. And if it was Favre, the refs would have thrown flags on both plays.

There's an argument to made here, but it was hardly the only missed call of the game, and there's missed calls in every game, so I'm not going to dwell on it. And on the replay it does look like Rodgers kicked the ball, which if he hadn't maybe they would have gotten the tuck rule ruling. So cheaters never prosper (except for Fitzgerald).

Jeremy Wrote - Today @ 10:14:01 AM
Also, the fumble that Adrian had that eventually lost the game against the Bears was actually caused by him getting facemasked,

Speaking of not relevant...
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01/11/2010 @ 02:16:55 PM
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Actually the BFR has been sadly absent this year. Favre gets hit in the head all the time, and they haven't been calling anything. As fans of a team that are owed 17 years of BFR's it's been very frustrating. There was one dubious one early on, but even that was a below the knees shot when the refs were all hyper vigilant on the Brady Rule, other wise he's not been getting the calls.

I don't think that Fitz call is as obvious as people are making it out to be either. The route was to go that way and they just collided. The ball wasn't in the air either, though I'm not certain that matters on offensive PI, it must not actually cause otherwise they could do anything as long as the pass wasn't thrown yet. Either way though I think it was much more incidental than it's being played up to be, Fitz didn't even know he was supposed to go there for the ball. It wasn't thrown just yet and Warner said he was just throwing it away there, so it's harder to make a "he pushed off to get separation" argument when his intention was never to go the way he was going and the way he wanted to go was cut off, which Woodson not allowed to do either.

That was a situation where you could have called either, and in those cases I'm fine with calling neither. If Woodson wins the "stay on your feet" battle there then you would have just as strong a case for illegal contact as you can make for OPI. Fitz just won that collision.

(Plus you did have another defender right there.)
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01/11/2010 @ 06:17:21 PM
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A Rare miss?. Go to picture 4. How does Rodgers facemask end up touching his shoulderpads. When there is one official on the field who's pretty much sole job it is to watch for hits on the quarterback, that was a blatant non-call. And, the play right before that, Rodgers took a blatant blow the head in a helmet-on-helmet hit from a d-lineman. So claiming that a few non-calls either way on both teams throughout the course of the game offsets two consecutive personal fouls on the same team in overtime is indefensible. I wouldn't be surpised if the Cardinals d-lineman gets fined for the blow to the head, which be a rather big embarrasment to the official who didn't call the foul. In a year where protecting the QB has been a point of emphasis all year, this official swallowed his whistle and it cost the Packers the game.
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01/11/2010 @ 10:25:16 PM
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Why would a call in OT be any more important than a call 6 seconds into the game? Helmet to helmet hits get missed a majority of the time, not once in a blue moon. The hand on the face mask is completely incidental, and after the fact. He's looking, slightly, down because he's looking at the football he's illegally kicking up into the air so it can be picked off by a guy no one had any prayer of stopping in time.

The packers got away with a blatant number blatantly blatant holds, and had two horsecollar penalties go their way, neither of which actually were.

Bottom line, I had the same reaction Alex did. I said "that's going to be a tuck rule" before realizing Rodgers then committed a penalty by kicking it up for grabs and it was actually picked off. Rodgers doesn't kick it, and it's still the Packers ball.
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01/11/2010 @ 10:36:02 PM
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Put it this way, it was hard for me to complain about the afore mentioned Peterson fumble, which was actually caused by him getting facemasked, because the Vikings played like crap for the first half, then came roaring back in the second half, had a few opportunities to win the game, had a game winning FG missed for even another chance, and in the end lost because they played like crap for 30 of 60 minutes.

I think the same thing applies here. Obviously the game means more, but the facemasking also had nothing to do with anything. It would have been one of the cheapest ways to stay alive ever, and if the opposite ever happened to the Packers people would lose their minds. They made an impressive come back, got lucky with an easy missed FG, and had an opportunity for a wide open bomb to end it, which Rodgers missed for the 2nd time. They got many more chances than they deserved. I know that doesn't mean you have to be ok with a loss, but surely you can admit that giving the Packers the ball back there would have been a ticky-tack call.
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01/12/2010 @ 12:03:09 AM
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Jeremy Wrote - Yesterday @ 10:36:02 PM
They got many more chances than they deserved. I know that doesn't mean you have to be ok with a loss, but surely you can admit that giving the Packers the ball back there would have been a ticky-tack call.


I've been doing my best to stay fair and balanced here, but in your mind the Packers are always guilty until proven guilty and they apparently never deserve anything besides a punch in the face and a kick in the ribs when down. You can make the same "deserved" comments about the Cardinals. After blowing a 17-0 lead and a game winning field goal surely they didn't "deserve" to win either!
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01/12/2010 @ 02:09:20 AM
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Scott Wrote - Yesterday @ 06:17:21 PM
...When there is one official on the field who's pretty much sole job it is to watch for hits on the quarterback, that was a blatant non-call. ... In a year where protecting the QB has been a point of emphasis all year, this official swallowed his whistle and it cost the Packers the game.


Here's what Peter King had to say: (source: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/peter_king/01/10/mmqb/index.html)
1. Regarding the non-facemask call on the last play of Arizona-Green Bay: I've watched the TiVoed combination of replays six times now. Arizona's Michael Adams blitzes, dislodges the ball from Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, rakes his hands over the facemask of Rodgers, then appears to grab the facemask, and the ball is inadvertently kicked by Rodgers.

The ball flies briefly into the air and is grabbed by Arizona linebacker Karlos Dansby, who secures it and runs into the end zone for the winning touchdown. Adams keeps his hands on the mask as he plows into Rodgers and brings him to the ground. Adams didn't tackle him by the mask, but his hand did stay secured on the mask as Rodgers fell to the ground. (I say it that way because from the mountain of e-mails and Tweets last night, most of you think he got yanked to the ground by the facemask. It didn't appear that way to me.)

For a facemask penalty to be called, there has to be evidence not just of a hand on the mask, but of twisting and pulling of the facemask. And there is a slight pulling of it, but not in a flagrant way. To me, it's a close call. But what complicates matters is this: The referee, Scott Green, is the official on the crew with the responsibility of watching plays involving the quarterback. Once the ball has been dislodged, Green has to watch the ball, not the contact on the quarterback. He has to see if the ball hits the ground and judge if it's a forward pass or a fumble, then he has to follow the live ball until the end of the play. So Green could not -- at least, he should not -- have seen the contact on the mask of Rodgers.

Of course, the reason this is a big concern is if a facemask had been called, Green Bay would have had a first down at its 32 in a game where defense was optional. I don't see how the call could have been made any differently with the current rules and officiating assignments the way they are.
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01/12/2010 @ 10:07:13 AM
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Alex Wrote - Today @ 12:03:09 AM
I've been doing my best to stay fair and balanced here, but in your mind the Packers are always guilty until proven guilty and they apparently never deserve anything besides a punch in the face and a kick in the ribs when down.


Don't forget a nut punch!

Jon Wrote - Today @ 02:09:20 AM
And there is a slight pulling of it, but not in a flagrant way.


Even then, if you watch the replay the "pull" people talk about is just as likely Rodgers turning his own head. It happens exactly in unison with tracking the ball, and stops the nano second he's looking at the ball, and then stays locked on the ball the entire time.
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01/12/2010 @ 11:48:16 AM
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Alex Wrote - 01/10/2010 @ 08:15:28 PM
but without Woodson Arizona would have scored a TD every possession. So I really hope he wins DPOY.


http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4818624

On the one hand, yay for Woodson! On the other hand, I hate how much I enjoying watching a Michigan alum.
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