I believe both Chicago and Green Bay will win this weekend.
Green Bay will then win the NFC Championship Game. Chicago has had every imaginable break this season and were it not for a poor call in Week 1 against the DET Lions, they wouldn't even be in the playoffs.
Their luck is about to run out.
I see Chicago in a low scoring game and Atlanta losing to the streaking Packers. This defense has been better with each week that passes. Pack 21-20
Green Bay Packers have their Defense playing extremely well right now. If they run the ball with Starks as he did today...the Pack may go to Super Bowl.
I look for Chicago to beat the Seattle Seahawks. They will blitz Hasselbeck all day. And I just don't compare the Saints run defense to Chicago. Bears will shut the 'Hawks down.
Bears will have more than a great shot to make it to the Super Bowl, especially if Green Bay wins.
Bears have come a long way this year. They have surprised a lot of people. I figured on their defense being really tough, but Cutler has cut down on bad throws (int's especially) and the running game got better as the season went along.
Like the way you think... Bears over Seahawks Packers over Falcons. Then Bears Beat Packers and off to the Super Bowl.
First match up Bears 20 GB 17
Second match up Bears 3 GB 10 (Bears played tough but had nothing to lose in this game they already got the 1st rnd bye)
First match up Seahawks 23 Bears 20 (Bears have come a long way since this early season match up. This next match up will be a low scoring game... probably Bears 17 SEA 7
SEA vs. CHI
now on the seahawk-bears game they played earlier in the season and the seabirds won by 3. the bears will be ready to dig in, and dont expect lynch to pull off any prolific runs such as he did against a sloppy New Orleans Defense. this game will come down to who can hold on to the ball and special teams with the two most explosive returners in football. 24-13 dem bears keep rolling into the nfc championship game.
GB vs. ATL
green bay was my super bowl pick at the beginning not giving up on them yet. Atlanta beat them in green bay earlier this and the birds are a solid team especially at home. but the explosion of the packers cant be matched. packer 35-27. NFC north showdown to go to the Super Bowl.
I think the snow in ATL says it all. Mother Nature herself is prepping Atlanta for Green Bay's arrival. Packers will win, but it will be close.
I think Chicago will beat Seattle, but I have this other notion, that Cutler is gonna choke and somehow Seattle will pull it off.
Chicago's D is much better then New Orleans, and they have Hester. Either scenario happens, they have a good shot to get to the Superbowl.
That would be a good game, and honestly, it's real possible.
Hawks are playing with house money, and will pull it off.
GB beats the Falcons.
Qwest will rock louder than against the Saints! It's false start city!
Hawks to the Superbowl!
I may have forgotten to mention I'm a Hawks fan.
Whoo hoo go Hawks!
GB wins in a close one especially if they stop the run! The seahawks will beat the bears if there deffence plays like they did against the saints wich is a much better offence then the bears. The bears can keep it close if there d shows up wich it probably will 21-16 seahawks
I agree. Green Bay will be trouble for Atlanta, but Matt Ryan is 20-2 in that building. No matter what, it will be close. If Atlanta took 2 week lay off serious, they could be well rested and ready to play. It all depends on Green Bay's defense. I think that is the factor.
2 very disappointing games. seahawks showed their lack of speed on the outside, ATL just showed Rodgers how to destroy a defense. Bears vs Pack to represent the NFC. should be good
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
The New Year brought us a very happy Sunday in our house.My husband's 49ers made it.My Giants made it.We're bicoastal in our football allegiances, but both feeling very happy today!Wishing every a very happy Rose Bowl today and a satisfying Super Bowl 46 next month!!MM
by Kevin 7 years ago
Who will win the superbowl? The Green Bay Packers or the Pittsburgh Steelers?
by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
Who wins and why?
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 Jack Hazen 5 years ago
If I knew, I'd bet some money.But after this weekend, we'll know four teams that will going on vacation on Monday.I'd like to see San Francisco Bay vs. Denver in the Super Bowl.Or Washington vs. Indianapolis, but that's not going to happen. Just as long as it's not New England.
by tony0724 7 years ago
Atlanta ? Pittsburgh ? The Eagles ? The Pats ? Or somebody else ?
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