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Go packers.  Tampa shouldn't get to play the super bowl at home.

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Go Bucs.  

Cant get much better , Allen vs the Goat.  

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My head says Green Bay wins 31-17, but betting against Brady rarely works out...

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That cold weather isn't a concern to Brady, he's used to it.

Rodgers chokes again, Tom leads the Bucs to the win, 31-20

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Well, the bucs are going to have to defend more than 15 yards from the line of scrimmage, so they won't look as good.

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1 hour ago, nobody said:

Well, the bucs are going to have to defend more than 15 yards from the line of scrimmage, so they won't look as good.

They didn't have a problem back in October.

 

Aaron Rodgers: 16-35 / 160 yards / 0 TD / 2 Int's / 35.4 passer rating.

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1 hour ago, TBayXXXVII said:

They didn't have a problem back in October.

 

Aaron Rodgers: 16-35 / 160 yards / 0 TD / 2 Int's / 35.4 passer rating.

And the Saints polly-whopped the Bucs twice.  Sometimes teams just have a bad game plan.

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14 hours ago, nobody said:

And the Saints polly-whopped the Bucs twice.  Sometimes teams just have a bad game plan.

Of course.  But your post seemed to indicate that it was a foregone conclusion and that Tampa had no shot.

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I just realized that Tampa's win against the Saints is the first time they beat a team with a winning record since they beat... Green Bay in week 6.  Losses to the Rams and Chiefs at home before feasting on the likes of atlanta, detroit, and washington.

On the flip side, GB beat New Orleans and Tennessee at home and lost to TB and the colts on the road.

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Go Bucs.  

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Inactives

Buccaneers: S Antoine Winfield, WR Antonio Brown, RB Keyshawn Vaughn, TE Antony Auclair, DL Jeremiah Ledbetter, DL Khalil Davis, QB Ryan Griffin

Packers: QB Jordan Love, CB Ka'dar Hollman, S Vernon Scott, CB Josh Jackson, LB Jonathan Garvin, TE Jace Sternberger, DL Kingsley Keke

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30 minutes ago, EternalShinyAndChrome said:

Jesus, GB.  Really?  You can't stop them on 3rd down then you're in trouble.  All 3 1st downs and TD came on 3rd down plays.

Yep.  GB needs to figure out a way to get of fhe field on 3rd and long.

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Fournette, rumbling, bumbling, stumbling for 6!

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That was the first time Fournette has really  impressed me since he was in college...

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That should've been a Touchback.  The ball hit the goalline.

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If Green Bay puts this in the end zone here in the next minute, I think they'll have an advantage since neither defense wants to stop anybody.

That gives TB 4 minutes to score and they get about 1 minute to answer and then get the ball to start the 2nd half.

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And Brady continues to live a charmed life in these payoffs with another dropped pick.

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Joe Buck thinks GB cares about having multiple timeouts when they would've gotten the ball back with 10 seconds left.

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This should be a Hail Mary situation to end the half.  You don't try to get a FG with 8 seconds left and no timeouts

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Of course, GB blows it.  And all because GB drops the pick on 3rd down

 

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Looks like the Chiefs or the Bills will be the "away" team in the Super Bowl.

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Oh sh!t!

That's why Brady is the GOAT

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Just now, nobody said:

Of course, GB blows it.  And all because GB drops the pick on 3rd down

 

Coming off the INT on an obvious defensive holding no-call. Smells like Brady/Mahomes Part II at this rate.

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I wonder why GB has Jamaal Williams returning kicks.  He's kind of a plodder.  

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1 minute ago, ZeroTolerance said:

Coming off the INT on an obvious defensive holding no-call. Smells like Brady/Mahomes Part II at this rate.

It's looking that way

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Green Bay deserves to lose after giving up that TD. That was inexcusable football... where is safety help over the top? 8 freaking seconds. Smh... 

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1 minute ago, polecatt said:

That's why Brady is the GOAT

The problem with our inability to see the future is that whenever anyone is called the GOAT, they should really be called the GUN--the Greatest Upta Now--because we don't know if someone might be greater in the future (Patrick Mahomes, for instance).

So he's not necessarily the GOAT, but he could be the GUN, and he's definitely the GOOT (Greatest Of Our Time).

Now we get to watch the GOOF (Greatest Of Our Future).

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15 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

The problem with our inability to see the future is that whenever anyone is called the GOAT, they should really be called the GUN--the Greatest Upta Now--because we don't know if someone might be greater in the future (Patrick Mahomes, for instance).

So he's not necessarily the GOAT, but he could be the GUN, and he's definitely the GOOT (Greatest Of Our Time).

Now we get to watch the GOOF (Greatest Of Our Future).

It's always subject to change

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Aaron Jones needs to learn to hold onto it

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Are these GB defensive backs point shaving or the defensive coordinator.  Seems like they're always out of position.

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Just now, polecatt said:

Aaron Jones needs to learn to hold onto it

That two weeks in a row that teams that never turn the ball over just start choking it up.

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1 minute ago, nobody said:

That two weeks in a row that teams that never turn the ball over just start choking it up.

Yep, that happens when they have to start being more aggressive after a season of coasting

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Rodgers responds. Can the D get stops?...

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This is where Fournette is gonna really pay off

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Rodgers: “rumors of my demise were greatly exaggerated”...

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It must be hard as hell to catch a football from an NFL QB if guys getting paid millions of dollars to catch footballs from NFL QBs can't do it.

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