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  1. FreeTedWilliams

    FreeTedWilliams I'm no Mona Lisa Vito.... PatsFans.com Supporter

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    The key to the SF pick for the last two weeks of the season is none other than the Arizona Cardinals!!

    Arizona handed San Fran two of their four wins (gee thanks) and now they can return the favor.

    Arizona has two homes games to round out the season, and if they could find it in their hearts to lose both of them, the Pats will be in great shape.

    Of course, all of this speculation is based on the hope that San Fran loses it's last two games (Tampa Bay, and the @ Cleveland).

    But the Cardinals host Atlanta this week, and then St. Louis. Both teams are currently 3-11, and are scheduled to pick ahead of San Fran. But if the Cardinals could lay down and lose these games, the SF pick would go from #5 to #3 (or back to #2 if the Jets (@TEN, KC (Herm bowl #1))could win a game).

    Atlanta finishes the year at home to Seattle, who may or may not have anything to play for.

    St. Louis is at Pittsburg this week, and have zero chance, of winning that game.

    So they key to the pick is the Arizona Cardinals, so lets all root for the Cardinals to go belly up on their season. Do you think they could bring back Dennis Green for the last two games??
  2. BelichickFan

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    St. Louis also has a shot to win this week against Pittsburgh. I wouldn't pick them but we all know how bad Pittsburgh has been on the road and they're coming off a tough, physical game against Jacksonville for a short week this Thursday while St. Louis is playing it's second straight home game.
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