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Ravens 31 @ Patriots 35
Final
Sat, 1/10/15 3:35pm
1 Pick - 9% 10 Picks - 91%
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Panthers 17 @ Seahawks 31
Final
Sat, 1/10/15 7:15pm
2 Picks - 18% 9 Picks - 82%
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Cowboys 21 @ Packers 26
Final
Sun, 1/11/15 12:05pm
4 Picks - 36% 7 Picks - 64%
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Colts 24 @ Broncos 13
Final
Sun, 1/11/15 3:40pm
1 Pick - 9% 10 Picks - 91%
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Week Record2 - 2
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3 - 1
0.750
Season Record164 - 99
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156 - 107
0.593
166 - 97
0.631
157 - 106
0.597
Scotttime Record1498 - 898
0.625
1442 - 954
0.602
1495 - 901
0.624
1507 - 889
0.629
No-Pack-Vike Record2516 - 1476
0.630
2447 - 1545
0.613
2530 - 1462
0.634
2492 - 1500
0.624
Lifetime Record2175 - 1288
0.628
2053 - 1410
0.593
2165 - 1298
0.625
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0.625
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Week:3 - 1
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Week:2 - 2
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Week:4 - 0
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Season:172 - 91
0.654
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Week:1 - 3
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Ravens 31 @ Patriots 35

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Sarah
Ravens have given the Patriots trouble in past playoffs. Can Tom Brady make it to another Super Bowl? Oh boy I hope so. #Yawn.
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Jon
People are talking possible upset here. Seems weird to me, but I haven't really looked into it.

Panthers 17 @ Seahawks 31

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An upset here would be brilliant. #holdmydick
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Seattle Seahawks have the same three letters at the start of their nickname and place name. Let's name other teams like that. Philadelphia Phillies. Any others?

Cowboys 21 @ Packers 26

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An 8-0 road team against an 8-0 home team. Ice Bowl Deux. Still hate the Cowboys from crushing what could've been quite the dynasty in the 90's. #Packers
Guess we'll just have to watch and see especially Rodgers' leg. #miraclecure #reggiewhite
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Packers seem like they're capable of higher highs, but I feel like the Cowboys are the more balanced team. I say "feel" because I really haven't watched the Cowboys enough to get a good read on them. But my feeling on the Packers is that the play of Rodgers covers over a lot of weaknesses the team has. It's not that they're necessarily bad in other areas, but they're at least ordinary. To put it another way, can the Packers win without Rodgers having a good game?
8-0 on the road vs 8-0 at home. The immovable object vs. the unstoppable force. The torn calf vs. the broken back. Green Bay's team vs. America's team. Who ya got? In the cold weather game you've gotta go with the home team, right? I mean, why would you possibly pick against the kid from Chico, California? With a bum wheel.
I dunno, this game's got a lot going for it. Obviously the Rodgers injury is the biggest wild card. What are we going to get? The "flu game"? Willis Reed? A completely ordinary game? And finally, when will I fall asleep? First half? Second half? After the game? It's playoff football!

Colts 24 @ Broncos 13

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Jeremy
Peyton manning used to be a Colt. I wonder if that will come up.
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Sarah
It's Manning vs his old team! As I've said repeatedly, I haven't seen Peyton throw a good throw in quite some time and now it looks like that's actually the case. He's winding down folks. Still, going with all home teams and playing it safe.
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The Colts are starting to get out of their depth in the playoffs. Still, the Broncos haven't looked as dominant lately, and a loss to his old team seems like just the kind of loss that would happen to Peyton Manning.
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01/07/2015 @ 05:07:19 PM
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Let's get this party started!
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jeremy.jpgJeremy - 8953 Posts
01/07/2015 @ 06:03:37 PM
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Rodgers said he's been getting acupuncture. #notmiraclecure
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scott.jpgScott - Get Up! Get outta here! Gone!
01/08/2015 @ 10:28:23 AM
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I think (hope) the Packers are playing up the calf issue in order to lure the Cowboys to adjust their gameplan and blitz the supposedly less mobile Rodgers more than they are accustomed to doing. If I saw the number correctly, the Cowboys have one of the lowest blitz rate in the NFL. Rodgers is generally at his best when teams blitz. So if they Packers hold Aaron back all week and don't practice him, perhaps the Cowboys will take the bait.
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scott.jpgScott - If you aren't enough without it, you'll never be enough with it.
01/09/2015 @ 09:34:52 AM
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I can't decide if reporters are trying to create drama or if they really have such little knowledge seemingly basic medical terminology (or at least something that could have been googled or asked about). I saw news yesterday tweeted by one Adam Schefter claiming that Aaron Rodgers calf "has a slight tear in it in addition to be [sic] significantly strained". As someone with doctoral clout living under my roof, I have known for some time that when a medical person refers to a strained muscle, that means that the muscle is torn. The use of the term strain has to do with the degree of the tear: a strain can be mild (first degree), moderate (2nd degree) or severe (3rd degree) depending on how significant the tear is. A severe or third degree strain means that the muscle is unable to be used; a football player can't play with a severely strained calf, if the terms are being applied correctly. So refering to a muscle as "torn in addition to being strained" doesn't even make sense. That would be the same as saying "torn in addition to being torn". #themoreyouknow
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01/10/2015 @ 04:30:09 AM
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Scott Wrote - Yesterday @ 09:34:52 AM
I can't decide if reporters are trying to create drama or if they really have such little knowledge seemingly basic medical terminology (or at least something that could have been googled or asked about). I saw news yesterday tweeted by one Adam Schefter claiming that Aaron Rodgers calf "has a slight tear in it in addition to be [sic] significantly strained". As someone with doctoral clout living under my roof, I have known for some time that when a medical person refers to a strained muscle, that means that the muscle is torn. The use of the term strain has to do with the degree of the tear: a strain can be mild (first degree), moderate (2nd degree) or severe (3rd degree) depending on how significant the tear is. A severe or third degree strain means that the muscle is unable to be used; a football player can't play with a severely strained calf, if the terms are being applied correctly. So refering to a muscle as "torn in addition to being strained" doesn't even make sense. That would be the same as saying "torn in addition to being torn". #themoreyouknow


I think this lends credence to your theory that this is a fakeout. Rodgers hasn't even seen a doctor or trainer most likely. They're pulling a Bo Whitley!!
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Jon messed with this at 01/10/2015 4:33:29 am
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01/10/2015 @ 02:22:36 PM
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Jon:"Seattle Seahawks have the same three letters at the start of their nickname and place name. Let's name other teams like that. Philadelphia Phillies. Any others?"

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