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View Poll Results: Who is going to Win?
Green Bay Packers 55 53.92%
Chicago Bears 10 9.80%
New York Jets 14 13.73%
Pittsburgh Steelers 25 24.51%
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Old 17.01.2011, 04:53 PM
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Cutler is better than Sanchez surely!


Definitely and Rodgers is better than Roethlisberger unless your primary criteria for success is how many Super Bowls the team has won.
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Old 17.01.2011, 05:05 PM
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If you were getting 3-1 for the pack i'd be piling on that!
Forget the Pack. Can't believe he's offering 15-1 on a no.2 seed that has a home game to get to the Superbowl! You don't often see a poor bookie but I can't see this guy lasting very long.
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Old 17.01.2011, 05:15 PM
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Heart - Bears, head says Steelers
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Old 17.01.2011, 05:28 PM
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Some bookies have us favorites to win it all now bet365 has us at 17/10, i'm not happy at all about that,

We did a great job on Atlanta but Chicago is a different beast at home,it could go either way.
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Old 17.01.2011, 05:33 PM
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They aren't good on Special Teams. In fact they are downright bad. And guess what? The Bears are about the best. If I was Mike McCarthy I would be dedicating an awful lot of time this week to my kick and punt coverage units.
Which we did in week 17,but you are right,our special teams is lousy and i've got a funny feeling it will have a part to play in Sundays game !!
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Old 17.01.2011, 06:04 PM
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If anyone is going to beat the Pack then it's the Bears, you just don't get a better rivalry, however if the Pack do pull a win out of Soldier Field then it's there title. If not then it's the Steelers (again)

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Old 17.01.2011, 06:36 PM
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Definitely and Rodgers is better than Roethlisberger unless your primary criteria for success is how many Super Bowls the team has won.
Ben is one of the most money QBs in the playoffs and in big games the last 10 years and up there with Brady. How easily people forget or are unwilling to give Ben his proper due. I'll take his resume any day right now over until I see evidence to the contrary...everything else is just opinion and speculation.
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Old 17.01.2011, 06:37 PM
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With home advanatge rather than going on the road to NE, i'll take my own team. Had NE won, i'd have taken them or GB.
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Cutler is better than Sanchez surely!
"A man has to know his limitations."

Outlaw Josey Wales.

Cutler absolutely blows because he doesn't know his limitations nor does Martz; Sanchez at least plays like he does care if he throws 4 picks in a game. You can have your wild interception gunslinger; I'll take the careful neophyte.
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Old 17.01.2011, 06:43 PM
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Ben is one of the most money QBs in the playoffs and in big games the last 10 years and up there with Brady. How easily people forget or are unwilling to give Ben his proper due. I'll take his resume any day right now over until I see evidence to the contrary...everything else is just opinion and speculation.

He has the drive that won SB43 as a massive plus point in his favour. Against that he was cack against the Seahawks and managed only three scoring drives from eight attempts (TD and two FG's) against a mediocre Cardinals defense before he embarked on the drive that won the game. The Steelers D keeps the game close and Ben does what is required to win. It works for the Steelers but no way does it make him the QB that Brady, Manning or even Rodgers are. Drop him in a team where he has to carry them and his 4th quarter TD drives are for garbage time points.

He's a very good QB playing in the perfect team for him.
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