Will The Giants beat New England after they beat San Fran next week?
Now that the Giants beat the Packers they should win next week at San Fran. But do you think they will have a chance against New England?
Not necessarily. There are two premises in this equation that may not actually play out. New England could lose to Baltimore. Brady does not do well with pressure in his face, and Baltimore will rush more than three or four people on a regular basis. San Francisco is the home team, and people have sold them short all year (myself included). It will be interesting to see what happens.
by Kelly W. Patterson 8 years ago
I'm taking Tampa Bay straight up to win on the field. The Saints have been showing up late for the past four weeks and they have the big game against the Patriots next week. I think they are gonna take their eye off the prize and the Bucs are gonna pull off the shocker.
by Robert Casto 6 years ago
Superbowl Prediction...San Fransisco vs. New England?Who wins
by Shari 6 years ago
Next week's divisional game between the Giants and Packers should be a good one. Last time they met in Week 13, the Packers won 38-35 in MetLife Stadium. Rodgers engineered a last-minute drive to set up a 31-yard field goal. The GMen will go into Lambeau Field next week a heavy underdog against an...
by tony0724 7 years ago
Atlanta ? Pittsburgh ? The Eagles ? The Pats ? Or somebody else ?
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by I am DB Cooper 7 years ago
In a weird end-of-the-season anomaly, the current convoluted NFC playoff scenario dictates that Giants playoff hopes are increased by the Eagles winning tonight's game against the Vikings. This is one of the rare times when the Giants will root for the Eagles to win in a game that isn't against an...
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