Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by F0nSY, Jan 17, 2007.
Who's going to win the nfc champioship game?
Historically, only one home team looses each year. Thus, for New England to win, that means Chicago has to win. So, we will either have a New England-Chicago Superbowl or a New Orleans-Indy Superbowl.
The last time a home did not loose was 1996, when both the Pats and Packers won at home.
Trends are meant to be broken. Like a team winning a playoff game passing the ball over 50 times & throwing 3 INTs.
Saints. I heard the other day from somwhere, "We haven't seen the Saints play in the cold yet." Well actually they did. They went to the Meadowlands and stomped on the Giants. I can see the same happening in Chicago. Grossman is NOT having two decent games in a row, nope, not happening.
Does it matter, We'll beat them.
I think the Saints will win
That's actually the game I've been hoping for the whole year. Time for SB XX payback.
You haven't been in the Northeast this winter have you? Today is the first cold day all season, most have been in the 50's trust me I'm in the oil heat business.
The Saints are 6-2 on the road this year as well.
And yeah-this is likely the week we see the bad-Rex this week. Without Tommie Harris and Mike Brown, the Bears D just isn't the same. Saints win.
Just looked it up, 52 degrees at game time.
I agree. That Bears D has not looked good for the last several weeks. I would not be shocked at all if NO puts up 30 on them. I don't see the Bears offense doing the same in return.
Yep, I haven't been to the Northeast since 2002.
They were wearing long sleeves against the Giants from what I remember. 52 degrees is basically cold from where a lot of these players come from.
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