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Don't forget that we all thought that Christian Ponder was bad...AP just needs to get out of Minnesota.
Well, there is tomorrow's games....
Picks for tomorrow?! I'll start.
INDY at BAL
I know the Ravens are favored to win, but the Colts are one of hottest teams right now, and the return of Chuck Pagano will be a huge emotional motivational factor for them. Also, I like Luck's knack for making big plays in the 4th quarter. I'm sensing upset.
SEA at WAS
I like Seattle on the road. Wilson is playing with a much better defense, and he doesn't hesitate on the big stage much like RG3. I believe they will win a close game in Washington provided Wilson makes some crucial plays down the stretch and doesn't turn the ball over.
I think that the Colts are playing better right now, whereas the Ravens are really injured on defense. Even with the return of Ray Lewis, I don't see it happening. I'm seeing a close Colts win, so 24-21 or 27-24.
Seattle haven't been great on the road this season, going 3-5. I think it's an insult to Washington that they're the underdogs at home. Redskins to win by three, 20-17.
Well, haven't the Ravens been beat up on defense all season long, but still have found ways to win games? I think it's time we stop making excuses for them.
It's true. They haven't been really good on the road, but they've been getting better. They lost most of their road games early in the season, but they've won their last two away. A lot of people believe Seattle is playing better than most teams right now including WAS, so I don't think it's that much of an insult.
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Damn, I feel bad for AP. It just feels like in this day and age a NFL team can't possibly make it to the super bowl stage without an Elite QB at the helm. Something the Vikings haven't had in several years not even with Brett Favre who had one of his best statistical seasons in years with them (I didn't consider Favre elite that season despite the numbers it seemed more like to me it was fluke he was having such a good season).
Last edited by BASED Shinigami; January 05, 2013 at 11:20 PM.
Well, without the Saints attempting to kill Favre, they may have won that game. I don't know what actually happened, although the players accused by the Goodell were innocent, apparently. There's nothing wrong with attempting to kill the opposing QB anyway.