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My boys played well. Run game was established early and went very well. D was exceptional, especially at the LoS. Secondary wasn’t really pushed at all which I sure Brady will, but I reckon my boys can really get to Brady and force him to throw quickly or under pressure.

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Playoffs Week 2 Schedule (all times AEDT)

Sunday 8.30am Bengals @ Titans

Sunday 12.15pm 49ers @ Packers

Monday 7.00am Rams @ Bucs

Monday 10.30am Bills @ Chiefs

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@Gorgoroth  @JV7  @Dee Zephyr  @Go the Biff  @titan_uranus  @Clintosaurus  @DemonDave  @layzie

 

A total of 16 points up for grabs this week ... good luck!

 

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Playoffs Week 2 Schedule (all times AEDT)

Sunday 8.30am Bengals @ Titans

Sunday 12.15pm 49ers @ Packers

Monday 7.00am Rams @ Bucs

Monday 10.30am Bills @ Chiefs

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49ers 18 @ Green Bay 28

Bengals 15 @ Titans 32

Rams 21 @ Bucs 29

Bills 18 @ KC 33

 

 

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On 1/13/2022 at 9:10 AM, Clintosaurus said:

 

 

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Don't forget ya tips!

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Bengals win!!

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Scrappy game loaded with mistakes ... Packers have been way below average but the 49ers haven't been able to take advantage (so far)

Niners defence has been very good and they get the ball to start the 2nd half

 

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49ers win and well deserved too.  Packers bog average especially on offense.  The wide receivers couldn't create separation and Rodgers wasn't at his best

But the Niners defence was the difference as well as their running game, run defence and pass defence.  They played a good all round game and were the better team on the day

 

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2 intense games. Both won with FG's at the death. Massive chokes from the Titans and Packers 

49ers can;t win from here with Garoppolo. Oline has to step up and protect Burrow better. If they do the Bengals are a chance next week

Tomorrows games should be rippers

 

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5 minutes ago, BDA said:

2 intense games. Both won with FG's at the death. Massive chokes from the Titans and Packers 

49ers can;t win from here with Garoppolo. Oline has to step up and protect Burrow better. If they do the Bengals are a chance next week

Tomorrows games should be rippers

 

The Packers didn't choke, we came out rusty from the bye and were just outplayed

And the Packers are a team that needs to keep playing ... that continuous play allows Rodgers to hit deep targets (which didn't happen today)

There are no excuses but Green Bay's reliance on Rodger's magic is flawed.  It works most of the time but against a decent team with all round skills, that style can come undone (as it did today)

The Niners turned it into a grinding affair with strong defence.  Credit to them.  Once the bad weather set in it was always going to be a line-ball game. 

Nor do I reckon that the Titans choked ... in an even season gaining the 1 seed was nothing to get too excited about.  One win here or there decided things

And both games were decided by a field goal ... if either team were thrashed, you might have a point.  But the choke jibe usually comes from the ill-informed cheap seats ... or from bad winners or bad losers

And on this site, those types are everywhere

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13 minutes ago, Stein9193 said:

Great to see those filthy Packers lose!

You want to tell us who you support? 

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6 minutes ago, Macca said:

The Packers didn't choke, we came out rusty from the bye and were just outplayed

And the Packers are a team that needs to keep playing ... that continuous play allows Rodgers to hit deep targets (which didn't happen today)

There are no excuses but Green Bay's reliance on Rodger's magic is flawed.  It works most of the time but against a decent team with all round skills, that style can come undone (as it did today)

The Niners turned it into a grinding affair with strong defence.  Credit to them.  Once the bad weather set in it was always going to be a line-ball game. 

Nor do I reckon that the Titans choked ... in an even season gaining the 1 seed was nothing to get too excited about.  One win here or there decided things

And both games were decided by a field goal ... if either team were thrashed, you might have a point.  But the choke jibe usually comes from the ill-informed cheap seats ... or from bad winners or bad losers

And on this site, those types are everywhere

They choked Macca. Deal with it

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Was a very scrappy game at Lambeau,  as is to be expected with the frigid conditions. Special teams ended up being the difference. 

The niners first 11 offensive plays went for -10 yards,  yet somehow we went in at the break only a single score down.  The offence finally found a bit of rhythm in the second half,  but Jimmy G still didn't end up with a TD. At least he started hitting Kittle and Deebo more often,  and we managed to quieten the cheese heads. 

It was ugly, but it was winning ugly so I'll take that, that's 0-4 for Rodgers in play off's against the niners  now, onward to the NFC championship game!

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