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NFL Playoffs

SadrieL
01-02-2006, 11:09 AM
So we're finally here, and wild card lines are now out.

Washington Redskins @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-2.5)
Jacksonville Jaguars @ New England Patriots (-7.5)
Carolina Panthers @ New York Giants (-3)
Pittsburgh Steelers (-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals



Right now I'd be taking Buccs, Patriots, Giants, and Steelers. Most confident on the Buccs though, the Redskins backed into the playoffs and that's never a good sign.

I find the Jags a hard team to read, I can never guess how they're gonna play. I'm leaving this game alone, but if the temperature is below 35 I'll take the Patriots. Brady's never lost a home game when it's below 35.

Panthers haven't convinced me with their road performances that they can win in Giants Stadium, where the Giants have only lost once all season to the Vikings complete fluke (int return, kick off return, punt return all for a TD). Eli worries me, first time in the post season and all, but hopefully Tiki will get his running game going to make things easier for Eli.

I would've taken Steelers over Bengals in a heartbeat if I ignored the Steelers' last game against the Lions. Giving up 21 points at home to the Lions?? Anyhow, they're still a much better team now than the last time they played when Bengals won, so... I like a Steelers win.

With a week to go, there's loads of time to mull over these games.

JMG
01-02-2006, 02:05 PM
I like the Redskins and Panthers at the moment. I've won three weeks in a row with the Redskins now and I'm confident that Santana Moss will give me another win. :worship:

SadrieL
01-07-2006, 11:48 AM
For today I've taken the Redskins ML and Patriots -7.5....

Going over the past 3 Buccaneers game... not very impressed. Shut out by the Patriots, struggling against the Falcons and then a rubbish game over the Saints which is hardly preparation for the playoffs. The Redskins on the other hand... complete domination over the Cowboys, a demolition job over the Giants, and a hard fought win over a determined Eagles team.

Patriots -7.5, I'm a bit scared the Jaguars might cover that extra .5 but I'm more scared of the Patriots defense shutting the Jags out. Jags are banged up and you can't walk into freezing cold Gillette Stadium and expect to get anything unless you're 100%.

Advantage
01-07-2006, 01:48 PM
Live streams to watch both games here folks: http://www.sportsadvisory.com

JMG
01-07-2006, 03:13 PM
small bet on the Redskins for me @2.15

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01-07-2006, 04:30 PM
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Washington-Tampa Bay 'Under' 37 (5 Units)


This is definitely one of those games where I debated all week on a side and after conversation after conversation, fight after fight, talk after talk, I came to the conclusion that I always kept talking about the same thing...how low scoring this game would be. Oddsmakers seems to have overlooked a few things when creating this line and if all goes according to plan, this game stays UNDER and the books get burned. I have a feeling the line is inflated a little bit for the simple reason that Washington's last three games of the regular season were must wins and the game approach was completely different than what it will be for a game like this. The Redskins pretty much know that they are up against a rookie QB in Chris Simms who is making his first ever NFL playoff start. The books seem to have overlooked this as well. I see that quite the large percentage of bettors are on the OVER in this game but they seem to be looking too much into the meeting between these two teams earlier in the season where they combined for 71 points. That is most definitely not happening again today as I don't see either team scoring more than one touchdown in this game. The last time these two met in the playoffs was back in 2000 where the Bucs ended up winning the game by one point (14-13) and both teams played their asses off on the defensive side of things. Both teams are likely to feature their respective running backs in Clinton Portis and Cadillac Williams. Passing the ball is probably not a good idea seeing that both teams are ranked TOP 10 in the NFL in pass defense.

The Washington Redskins are probably one of the league's hottest teams coming into the playoffs but the mental approach is different now and too many of you seem to be overlooking the fact that Tampa Bay has the #1 defense in the NFL allowing only 277.8 total yards per game. Clinton Portis is the key to this game but does anyone know that the seven games he failed to top 100 rushing yards were the games against TOP 10 defenses against the run? I am not convinced that Clinton Portis will get anything done against this Tampa Bay team that is #5 against the run allowing only 94.2 rushing yards per game. QB Mark Brunell has done a great job this season and although he passed for 3000 yards and 23 touchdowns, the Bucs are going to bring big time pressure all game because the offensive line did a much better job protecting Brunell at home than they did on the road where they allowed 2.3 sacks per game away from home. Knowing Gruden and knowing his staff, the key to this game will be #1: Stopping Clinton Portis and #2: Finding the right time to Thunder Blitz Brunell and creat some turnovers. Brunell can be weakened if he is pressured and on passing downs, I am very comfortable knowing that he completes only 57.7% of his passes. CB's Brian Kelly, Rhonde Barber and Will Allen have combined for 12 interceptions this season and Barber has a tendency to step it up big time in games like this.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have to realize that they are sending out a rookie quarterback and that looking for an immediate shootout is definitely the wrong thing to do. Once again, it seems that the books are looking way too much into that game where both teams combined for 71 points in a 36-35 win for the Bucs. This is the playoffs guys and Washington is too strong/focused defensively to allow Tampa to score more than a touchdown. Simms doesn't have WR Mark Clayton to stretch the defense in this game therefore all eyes turn on another rookie by the name of Cadillac Williams. However, the Redskins are just as stout against the run as Tampa Bay and allow only 105.4 total rushing yards per game this season. Simms has thrown for 10 touchdowns but has also thrown for 7 interceptions which really has me concerned going into a game of such magnitude against a defensive coordinator like Greg Williams. I have a feeling the Bucs will struggle badly from the get-go but since their defense will probably keep them in the game for mostpart...they will have a shot at winning this game sometime in the fourth quarter. Cadillac has 10 carries for only 20 yards in the first meeting and although that won't happen here, he will have problems and fumbles could be costly.

In the playoffs, teams often change the way approach games as opposed to playing in game where you need to win to get into the playoffs. Both coaches have big time playoff experience which leads me to believe that both coaches understand that running the ball is key here and engaging a shootout is a big mistake. Even if someone gets off to an early start, the gameplan will most likely not change on either side and keeping this game and boring will be the key winning and covering the spread. On one side you have the old willy QB who just won't go away that is going to be chased around for the better part of this game. On the other side, you have the young QB playing in his first playoff game who will probably be as nervous as it gets. I have bet the UNDER in Washington games this season and got badly burned but if either team breaks the 17 point mark, I will be extremely shocked and will not know what hit me. Go with the UNDER.


Tampa Bay 13, Washington 12


:eek:

bad gambler
01-07-2006, 09:03 PM
Bucs to beat the Skins - $1.87


gl

SadrieL
01-07-2006, 09:54 PM
Simms not looking so good out there. Sacked and intercepted and 1st quarter isn't even over.

SadrieL
01-07-2006, 10:03 PM
14-0, fumble by Cadillac returned for a TD.

SadrieL
01-07-2006, 10:15 PM
Everything is going the Skins way. Skins fumble on the punt return and they recover it.

Advantage
01-07-2006, 10:15 PM
Redskins should win this, I've got'em pretty good.

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bad gambler
01-07-2006, 11:26 PM
c'mon simms you pussy, give me one more TD

Straby
01-07-2006, 11:38 PM
Took the Bucs live in running @ 3.40 just after their 1st TD.
Cmon lets do this. :yeah:

bad gambler
01-07-2006, 11:41 PM
refs have money on the bucs as well

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-07-2006, 11:43 PM
:p Moss and Portis will kill u guys:p

Advantage
01-07-2006, 11:44 PM
That last call was unbelievable.

Straby
01-07-2006, 11:46 PM
oh well apparently he spit him in the face

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-07-2006, 11:51 PM
Nah, he got hitten in the face.:(

bad gambler
01-07-2006, 11:59 PM
wow simms :eek:

nice play

Straby
01-08-2006, 12:00 AM
here we go bg :cool:

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:03 AM
go for it bucs, FG is no good to me

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 12:14 AM
go for it bucs, FG is no good to me
:wavey: Not even FGs possible for em!:p

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:17 AM
simms showed his true colours in that last drive, useless :rolleyes:

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:18 AM
interceptionnnnnnnnnnnnn

Straby
01-08-2006, 12:19 AM
huge

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 12:19 AM
:mad::mad::mad:

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:19 AM
f*cking simms, don't let your team down now

Straby
01-08-2006, 12:21 AM
ohh fuck so close

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:22 AM
:mad:

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:23 AM
bucs challenging

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:25 AM
NO TO left for Bucs

Straby
01-08-2006, 12:26 AM
ok that's it for me, goodnight everyone

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 12:27 AM
Take care of the ball now Skins

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:28 AM
congrats skins backers.

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 12:34 AM
lol at that punt

but simms takes the glory


SIMMS FOR MVP!!!!!!!!!!!!

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 12:34 AM
congrats skins backers.
Danke.:) :wavey:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 12:35 AM
lol at that punt

but simms takes the glory
lol at that interception:p

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 12:39 AM
Pound the Seahawks over the Redskins. Won't even be close if this is what the Skins offense brings to the table.

JMG
01-08-2006, 01:28 AM
Santana Moss will be on fire next week. :rocker2: Thank you Redskins!

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 01:37 AM
Santana Moss will be on fire next week. :rocker2: Thank you Redskins!
Portis!!! :D

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 04:05 AM
Patriots crush the Jags 28-3

I'm not convinced they'll win it all again this year though, Jags are hardly a test. We'll see how they do next round.

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01-08-2006, 05:09 AM
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Washington-Tampa Bay 'Under' 37 (5 Units)


This is definitely one of those games where I debated all week on a side and after conversation after conversation, fight after fight, talk after talk, I came to the conclusion that I always kept talking about the same thing...how low scoring this game would be. Oddsmakers seems to have overlooked a few things when creating this line and if all goes according to plan, this game stays UNDER and the books get burned. I have a feeling the line is inflated a little bit for the simple reason that Washington's last three games of the regular season were must wins and the game approach was completely different than what it will be for a game like this. The Redskins pretty much know that they are up against a rookie QB in Chris Simms who is making his first ever NFL playoff start. The books seem to have overlooked this as well. I see that quite the large percentage of bettors are on the OVER in this game but they seem to be looking too much into the meeting between these two teams earlier in the season where they combined for 71 points. That is most definitely not happening again today as I don't see either team scoring more than one touchdown in this game. The last time these two met in the playoffs was back in 2000 where the Bucs ended up winning the game by one point (14-13) and both teams played their asses off on the defensive side of things. Both teams are likely to feature their respective running backs in Clinton Portis and Cadillac Williams. Passing the ball is probably not a good idea seeing that both teams are ranked TOP 10 in the NFL in pass defense.

The Washington Redskins are probably one of the league's hottest teams coming into the playoffs but the mental approach is different now and too many of you seem to be overlooking the fact that Tampa Bay has the #1 defense in the NFL allowing only 277.8 total yards per game. Clinton Portis is the key to this game but does anyone know that the seven games he failed to top 100 rushing yards were the games against TOP 10 defenses against the run? I am not convinced that Clinton Portis will get anything done against this Tampa Bay team that is #5 against the run allowing only 94.2 rushing yards per game. QB Mark Brunell has done a great job this season and although he passed for 3000 yards and 23 touchdowns, the Bucs are going to bring big time pressure all game because the offensive line did a much better job protecting Brunell at home than they did on the road where they allowed 2.3 sacks per game away from home. Knowing Gruden and knowing his staff, the key to this game will be #1: Stopping Clinton Portis and #2: Finding the right time to Thunder Blitz Brunell and creat some turnovers. Brunell can be weakened if he is pressured and on passing downs, I am very comfortable knowing that he completes only 57.7% of his passes. CB's Brian Kelly, Rhonde Barber and Will Allen have combined for 12 interceptions this season and Barber has a tendency to step it up big time in games like this.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have to realize that they are sending out a rookie quarterback and that looking for an immediate shootout is definitely the wrong thing to do. Once again, it seems that the books are looking way too much into that game where both teams combined for 71 points in a 36-35 win for the Bucs. This is the playoffs guys and Washington is too strong/focused defensively to allow Tampa to score more than a touchdown. Simms doesn't have WR Mark Clayton to stretch the defense in this game therefore all eyes turn on another rookie by the name of Cadillac Williams. However, the Redskins are just as stout against the run as Tampa Bay and allow only 105.4 total rushing yards per game this season. Simms has thrown for 10 touchdowns but has also thrown for 7 interceptions which really has me concerned going into a game of such magnitude against a defensive coordinator like Greg Williams. I have a feeling the Bucs will struggle badly from the get-go but since their defense will probably keep them in the game for mostpart...they will have a shot at winning this game sometime in the fourth quarter. Cadillac has 10 carries for only 20 yards in the first meeting and although that won't happen here, he will have problems and fumbles could be costly.

In the playoffs, teams often change the way approach games as opposed to playing in game where you need to win to get into the playoffs. Both coaches have big time playoff experience which leads me to believe that both coaches understand that running the ball is key here and engaging a shootout is a big mistake. Even if someone gets off to an early start, the gameplan will most likely not change on either side and keeping this game and boring will be the key winning and covering the spread. On one side you have the old willy QB who just won't go away that is going to be chased around for the better part of this game. On the other side, you have the young QB playing in his first playoff game who will probably be as nervous as it gets. I have bet the UNDER in Washington games this season and got badly burned but if either team breaks the 17 point mark, I will be extremely shocked and will not know what hit me. Go with the UNDER.


Tampa Bay 13, Washington 12


:eek:



easy money $$$$$$$$$ and 3-0 to kick off the Playoffs. I was 10-1 last year and this is a great start!


:worship:

sports freak
01-08-2006, 04:25 PM
Taking the total in both games,feel like the spread could go either way!!!!!Missed out on unders yest,not 2day!!!!

20 units on New York Giants vs Carolina Pathners Under 44pts total!!!!Playoffs are mind over matter!!!!Giants -2.5pts

20 units on Cincinatti Bengals vs Pittsburg Steelers Under 46.5pts total!!!Bengals +3pts

Good luck!!!!!

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 04:49 PM
I quite like Panthers ML @2.10:)

sports freak
01-08-2006, 05:16 PM
I quite like Panthers ML @2.10:)

Good luck mate with ur pic!!!Hope we both cash :D

JMG
01-08-2006, 05:17 PM
Panthers to win @2.20 :smoke:

Manning will be the loser today.

sports freak
01-08-2006, 05:33 PM
Wow you guys like the Panthers alot,glad i stayed away!!!!

Advantage
01-08-2006, 06:12 PM
Live stream to the game now up: http://sportsadvisory.com/

Good luck guys, I stayed away from this one.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 06:34 PM
I just took the lovely +3 Panthers @1.75 not so bad.:p


Adv, I have it on TV, but thanks anyway.:)

GL to all of us!:)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 06:47 PM
TD Panthers.:)

7 - 0 :)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 06:49 PM
Good luck mate with ur pic!!!Hope we both cash :D
Your unders looks nice.;)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 07:16 PM
:haha::haha::haha::haha:

Bad punt but recovered with a new first down:haha:

Thanks Giants:yeah:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 07:18 PM
There goes the field goal:yeah:

10-0

JMG
01-08-2006, 08:03 PM
INTERCEPTION again :woohoo:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 08:15 PM
I'm home:smoke:

3 TDs allowed and +3 still wins.:)

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 08:21 PM
Panthers to win @2.20 :smoke:

Manning will be the loser today.
Threw 3 interceptions so far.:haha::tape:

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-08-2006, 08:44 PM
I quite like Panthers ML @2.10:)

+3 Panthers @1.75

:smoke:

Make that 2-0

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 09:27 PM
What a demolition job by the Panthers, so much for the Giants' Pro Bowl defense.

JMG
01-08-2006, 09:53 PM
:yeah:

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 09:57 PM
Carson Palmer got nailed by one of the Steelers and now replaced by Joe Kitna... not a good sign for Bengals backers.

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 11:36 PM
You can tell which team has the playoff experience and which one doesn't

that last bengals play was terrible

betowiec
01-08-2006, 11:43 PM
yes pitt with the lead


21:17 now
pending extra point

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 11:51 PM
my god bengals are self destructing

i nearly feel sorry for them

SadrieL
01-08-2006, 11:56 PM
You can tell which team has the playoff experience and which one doesn't

that last bengals play was terrible

You can't expect them to do much without their starting quarterback. Palmer torched the Steelers on the one play he did end up with.

bad gambler
01-08-2006, 11:56 PM
cya next year bengals

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01-09-2006, 12:00 AM
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sports freak
01-09-2006, 01:48 AM
Well done guys,great call on da Panthers,solid!!!!!!

Mistaflava
01-09-2006, 01:52 AM
play of the year goes next week. Panthers +3 and ML over DA BEARS!


see you guys then


:worship:

SadrieL
01-09-2006, 02:44 AM
Panthers playing in Chicago? I wouldn't bother, Panthers got manhandled last time they played in Chicago.

sports freak
01-09-2006, 02:56 AM
play of the year goes next week. Panthers +3 and ML over DA BEARS!


see you guys then


:worship:

Good luck mate,what do you think about the unders in this game???? :)

Gunner
01-09-2006, 04:42 PM
I also like the panthers next week i was out when i should have been getting on i am a big fan of the panthers but cashed in on the steelers but was very very worried at their start but with the bengals qb out it was always gonna be a steelers win!

bad gambler
01-10-2006, 10:23 AM
I would be tempted with the panthers ML as well - actually threw a few coins on them making the superbowl as well

JMG
01-10-2006, 09:46 PM
I already played New England and Carolina. Unfortunately, I get the two others on TV, so I have to bet on them too. Maybe Redskins +9 and Colts -9.5??

dave nz
01-12-2006, 10:38 AM
Take Denver -3 vs the hapless Patriots.

Goodluck.

SadrieL
01-12-2006, 08:08 PM
Steelers +9.5 seems like an insult to the Steelers... I know Colts rolled them earlier, but that was Ben's first game back off injury, with a non-existant running game, and form at an all-season low.

And I just don't believe Colts are a SuperBowl team, regular season is completely different from the playoffs. Colts have no character as a team.

bad gambler
01-14-2006, 01:20 PM
OVERS 41 Seahawks v Skins

good luck

JMG
01-14-2006, 01:58 PM
Patriots @2.50

Panthers @2.35

Colts -9.5 @1.95

small bet:
Santana Moss +84.5 receiving yards @1.85

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01-14-2006, 02:19 PM
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Seattle Seahawks -9 (10 Units)

The Seattle Seahawks at home should be enough for just about anyone to like them in this game but there is a little bit more too it than that. The Washington Redskins have been playing some outstanding football but they are coming off a very physical game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the score of 17-10 did not rally reflect how the game should have gone. The Redskins now have to fly across the Country for this game, they have to change time zones and they have to prepare for probably the best home team in the NFL in Seattle. Not only that, the Redskins have to deal with the loss of DE Renaldo Wynn who is gone for the season, the possible suspension of Sean Taylor for that insane spitting incident against the Bucs and the questionable status of outstanding CB Shawn Springs who would be missing his big return to Seattle. As much as Joe Gibbs is a big time playoff coach and as much as he has had success winning big time games in the playoffs, this is a very bad spot for the Skins and I don't think they stand a chance. Dating back to 1998, the home team has won and covered 4 of the 5 meetings and neither team has done very much when playing on the opposite coast. Saying the Redskins are badly beatup would be a strong understatement. Seattle is a powerhouse without a week off and I don't see them coming out flat in this one a la Tampa Bay and NY Giants. This is no longer the Wildcard Weekend and some of these teams got a bye for a reason. There is also the concern that RB Clinto Portis or Coach Janky Spanky as he is calling himself this week, is not 100% and is nursing that same old shoulder injury he had in previous weeks. For whatever reason he didn't play much in the 3rd quarter of the Tampa Bay game and unless he has developped a new attitude problem, it is pretty evident that he is playing every week with an undisclosed injury. Not that it matters because Seattle is resilient on defense at home and they will easily stop every aspect of the Washington attack, which is not very good to begin with. Tampa Bay was pretty much useless against the Skins as their top two stars were both rookies and much like all the other rookies in these playoffs, they struggled. Chris Simms and Cadillac Williams were both pretty much shut down last week but there is no way in hell the Redskins can pull off their crap against two veterans like Sean Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck. No way. Greg Williams is a great defensive coordinator and his new contract goes a long way to show how good he is but he doesn't stand a chance in coming up with a gameplan to stop this Seattle offense with only one week to work on this. Seattle still has the 20-17 Week 4 loss to the Skins fresh in their minds and judging by the way both teams reacted to that game, Seattle is going to come out looking for blood. The Seahawks won 11 straight games after Week 4 while the Redskins went on to lose six of their next eight games before waking up late and making the playoffs. I just don't like what the Redskins looked like last week and I just don't see what kind of gameplan they can muster up for this one that would have any success against a very very good Seahawks team that is waiting and anxious to kick the crap out of someone. Gibbs is too old school and lacks creativity most of the time. The only reason Tampa Bay lost that game last week is because they never attacked Washington's weak spots which is something you can be sure the Seahawks won't miss out on. This one ladies and gentlement will be a blowout.

The Washington Redskins managed only 123 yards of total offense which was the lowest amount of yardage by a playoff game winner in NFL history. That's pathetic and to be honest with you, Joe Gibbs and his play calling have been pathetic and had it not been for Tampa Bay's horrendous play calling, we would talking about a very different matchup right now. Did anyone else notice how the Skins decided to throw the ball on 3rd and 3 near the end of the game when everything was on the line and the ball game was at it's culminating point. And of course, the Bucs intercepted the pass and I was just sitting there pondering what the hell had happened to all the smarts the Skins had shown in previous weeks. The problem with the Skins in the matchup this week is that their strength lies in the running game with Portis and Betts but the Seahawks were ranked #5 in the NFL this season in yards allowed on the ground which means Brunell will be forced to throw a lot more than the Redskins had planned to. The Skins want to do like last week where they ran ran and ran and controlled the clock. But once the Seahawks go up by a touchdown or two, the Redskins will be forced to the air and Brunell is going to get rocked against the team with the most sacks in the NFL this season. Seattle is going to bring big time pressure all game and as much as the line has held up for Brunell this season, the unusual state of playing from behind tends to take a toll on certain members of the offensive line. Brunell's 11 interceptions this season are a sign that he is vulnerable and that he will more likely than not make some mistakes today. You have to understand that Washington's offense is too ineffective to make comebacks and once they go down, the lights are out.

The Seattle Seahawks are hungry, the are starving and they are waiting for the fools that dare walk into this house for a playoff with the intentions of beating them. Mile Holmgren has done a great job with this team and he deserves a shot at a Super Bowl berth the following week. It would only be fitting with all the good personel moves this team has made over the years. The Seahawks are nothing like the Bucaneers as they scored the most point of any team in the NFL this season, were ranked #2 in most first downs, converted the most 4th down chances in the NFL, ranked #1 in the NFL in sacks and pretty much bitched around all their opponents at home and on the road. They are 8-0 at home this season and only the Giants and Cowboys came remotely close to beating Holmgren on his home turf. What Tampa Bay failed to do against Washington will definitely be the point of focus for this Seattle offense all week as they prepare for a very beatable Washington team that could have been demolished had John Gruden not coached the worst game of his life. I know Greg Williams from his Buffalo days and he likes to use the two-deep zone coverages. So why not attack it and see what it's all about. Chris Simms never once tried and his longest completions aren't even worth mentioning. This should have also opened a huge door for Cadillac Williams to run for 200+ yards because of that coverage but for some reason he wasn't able to and the same can't or won't be said about Sean Alexander. The league's MVP has thrived on teams that play the two-deep zone and even if Washington comes out with something new, they won't have anywhere near enough time to practice it this week so Seattle is going to tee off for 30+ points in this one. The Seahawks are disciplined, they are smart and they are damn good. I just can't wait to see the look on Joe Gibbs face when he realizes that his old school crap doesn't work against teams like Seattle. This is a revenge spot for the Seahawks and this could be the blowout of the week.

All-in-all, this game will be fun to watch for the simple reason that I am sick and tired of watching the Redskins get away with easy crap and I'm sick and tired of watching their opponents fail to take advantage of bad play calling by the Skins. The Seahawks are a team that completely exposes other team's weaknesses and this game will be a great example of that. I also like the fact that the big win by Seattle will more likely than not inflate the line for the game against Carolina in the NFC Championship game and as you all know, I am currently riding the Carolina bandwagon. The Seahawks were a whopping +9 in the giveaway/takeaway ratio this season while Washington makes too many mistakes and were a paltry -4 in that same department. Those kinds of numbers just don't work in the playoffs and those 24 turnovers the Seahawks have forced will most likely come in handy here. I see the early money going on the Redskins but that is just the public overeacting to the win over Tampa Bay as well as their current streak of six straight games. Seattle is a force to reckong so give me the big win.


SEATTLE 34, WASHINGTON 10

Advantage
01-14-2006, 04:11 PM
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Links to both of the games today here:

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Good luck everybody.

bad gambler
01-14-2006, 08:10 PM
IN the late game...

I got a feeling the Pats weak secondary could get exposed today but they are the Pats and whenever Brady plays I can't bet against them. So screw it..

Pats ML - $2.30

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OVERS 44.5 Broncs v Pats

Personally I think the overs is the better play, but we will see.

good luck

I have already lined up the panthers ML for tomorrow as well.

bad gambler
01-14-2006, 08:27 PM
Going to also add the following prop bet:

Alexander has been held to under 100 yards in his last 4 games against the Skins, so this one is worth a shot IMO

Alexander to rush for 100 yards or under - $2.10

gl

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01-15-2006, 12:42 AM
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Seattle Seahawks -9 (10 Units)

The Seattle Seahawks at home should be enough for just about anyone to like them in this game but there is a little bit more too it than that. The Washington Redskins have been playing some outstanding football but they are coming off a very physical game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the score of 17-10 did not rally reflect how the game should have gone. The Redskins now have to fly across the Country for this game, they have to change time zones and they have to prepare for probably the best home team in the NFL in Seattle. Not only that, the Redskins have to deal with the loss of DE Renaldo Wynn who is gone for the season, the possible suspension of Sean Taylor for that insane spitting incident against the Bucs and the questionable status of outstanding CB Shawn Springs who would be missing his big return to Seattle. As much as Joe Gibbs is a big time playoff coach and as much as he has had success winning big time games in the playoffs, this is a very bad spot for the Skins and I don't think they stand a chance. Dating back to 1998, the home team has won and covered 4 of the 5 meetings and neither team has done very much when playing on the opposite coast. Saying the Redskins are badly beatup would be a strong understatement. Seattle is a powerhouse without a week off and I don't see them coming out flat in this one a la Tampa Bay and NY Giants. This is no longer the Wildcard Weekend and some of these teams got a bye for a reason. There is also the concern that RB Clinto Portis or Coach Janky Spanky as he is calling himself this week, is not 100% and is nursing that same old shoulder injury he had in previous weeks. For whatever reason he didn't play much in the 3rd quarter of the Tampa Bay game and unless he has developped a new attitude problem, it is pretty evident that he is playing every week with an undisclosed injury. Not that it matters because Seattle is resilient on defense at home and they will easily stop every aspect of the Washington attack, which is not very good to begin with. Tampa Bay was pretty much useless against the Skins as their top two stars were both rookies and much like all the other rookies in these playoffs, they struggled. Chris Simms and Cadillac Williams were both pretty much shut down last week but there is no way in hell the Redskins can pull off their crap against two veterans like Sean Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck. No way. Greg Williams is a great defensive coordinator and his new contract goes a long way to show how good he is but he doesn't stand a chance in coming up with a gameplan to stop this Seattle offense with only one week to work on this. Seattle still has the 20-17 Week 4 loss to the Skins fresh in their minds and judging by the way both teams reacted to that game, Seattle is going to come out looking for blood. The Seahawks won 11 straight games after Week 4 while the Redskins went on to lose six of their next eight games before waking up late and making the playoffs. I just don't like what the Redskins looked like last week and I just don't see what kind of gameplan they can muster up for this one that would have any success against a very very good Seahawks team that is waiting and anxious to kick the crap out of someone. Gibbs is too old school and lacks creativity most of the time. The only reason Tampa Bay lost that game last week is because they never attacked Washington's weak spots which is something you can be sure the Seahawks won't miss out on. This one ladies and gentlement will be a blowout.

The Washington Redskins managed only 123 yards of total offense which was the lowest amount of yardage by a playoff game winner in NFL history. That's pathetic and to be honest with you, Joe Gibbs and his play calling have been pathetic and had it not been for Tampa Bay's horrendous play calling, we would talking about a very different matchup right now. Did anyone else notice how the Skins decided to throw the ball on 3rd and 3 near the end of the game when everything was on the line and the ball game was at it's culminating point. And of course, the Bucs intercepted the pass and I was just sitting there pondering what the hell had happened to all the smarts the Skins had shown in previous weeks. The problem with the Skins in the matchup this week is that their strength lies in the running game with Portis and Betts but the Seahawks were ranked #5 in the NFL this season in yards allowed on the ground which means Brunell will be forced to throw a lot more than the Redskins had planned to. The Skins want to do like last week where they ran ran and ran and controlled the clock. But once the Seahawks go up by a touchdown or two, the Redskins will be forced to the air and Brunell is going to get rocked against the team with the most sacks in the NFL this season. Seattle is going to bring big time pressure all game and as much as the line has held up for Brunell this season, the unusual state of playing from behind tends to take a toll on certain members of the offensive line. Brunell's 11 interceptions this season are a sign that he is vulnerable and that he will more likely than not make some mistakes today. You have to understand that Washington's offense is too ineffective to make comebacks and once they go down, the lights are out.

The Seattle Seahawks are hungry, the are starving and they are waiting for the fools that dare walk into this house for a playoff with the intentions of beating them. Mile Holmgren has done a great job with this team and he deserves a shot at a Super Bowl berth the following week. It would only be fitting with all the good personel moves this team has made over the years. The Seahawks are nothing like the Bucaneers as they scored the most point of any team in the NFL this season, were ranked #2 in most first downs, converted the most 4th down chances in the NFL, ranked #1 in the NFL in sacks and pretty much bitched around all their opponents at home and on the road. They are 8-0 at home this season and only the Giants and Cowboys came remotely close to beating Holmgren on his home turf. What Tampa Bay failed to do against Washington will definitely be the point of focus for this Seattle offense all week as they prepare for a very beatable Washington team that could have been demolished had John Gruden not coached the worst game of his life. I know Greg Williams from his Buffalo days and he likes to use the two-deep zone coverages. So why not attack it and see what it's all about. Chris Simms never once tried and his longest completions aren't even worth mentioning. This should have also opened a huge door for Cadillac Williams to run for 200+ yards because of that coverage but for some reason he wasn't able to and the same can't or won't be said about Sean Alexander. The league's MVP has thrived on teams that play the two-deep zone and even if Washington comes out with something new, they won't have anywhere near enough time to practice it this week so Seattle is going to tee off for 30+ points in this one. The Seahawks are disciplined, they are smart and they are damn good. I just can't wait to see the look on Joe Gibbs face when he realizes that his old school crap doesn't work against teams like Seattle. This is a revenge spot for the Seahawks and this could be the blowout of the week.

All-in-all, this game will be fun to watch for the simple reason that I am sick and tired of watching the Redskins get away with easy crap and I'm sick and tired of watching their opponents fail to take advantage of bad play calling by the Skins. The Seahawks are a team that completely exposes other team's weaknesses and this game will be a great example of that. I also like the fact that the big win by Seattle will more likely than not inflate the line for the game against Carolina in the NFC Championship game and as you all know, I am currently riding the Carolina bandwagon. The Seahawks were a whopping +9 in the giveaway/takeaway ratio this season while Washington makes too many mistakes and were a paltry -4 in that same department. Those kinds of numbers just don't work in the playoffs and those 24 turnovers the Seahawks have forced will most likely come in handy here. I see the early money going on the Redskins but that is just the public overeacting to the win over Tampa Bay as well as their current streak of six straight games. Seattle is a force to reckong so give me the big win.


SEATTLE 34, WASHINGTON 10




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New England Patriots +3 (5 Units)

I know most of the public is already on New England in this one and they will probably be the most bet on team in Vegas this weekend but that doesn't mean you should fade them or that they won't win and cover this game. I just don't see the New England-Indianapolis matchup not happening next weekend therefore the Pats will win this game and do whatever they can to knock off Indy a week and a half from now. It really sucks knowing the majority of the public is with me on this one because it does bother me but what can I say. The oddsmakers had absolutely no choise when they released this line because you can't make a BYE team a home underdog in their first playoff game and you can't make a Wildcard team like the Pats a favorite when they are on the road and in the hostile envinronments of Mile High Stadium. One of the biggest secrets to capping the NFL playoffs is to pick which teams you like to make it to their respective Conference Championship Games and if they are pegged underdogs in a game, take them to the bank. I don't remember the last time the Pats were in a playoff game that wasn't played at home (non Super Bowl) but if they were going to travel anywhere this week, Denver is the best place for these guys to end up because the matchup is perfect and the weather conditions won't come close to factoring into this game. The Patriots are used to playing in snow storms and freezing weather. They are used to playing in front of rowdy home crowds and they have basically defeated all adversity to get here this season. Everyone is going to look back at the matchup on October 16 when the injury riddled Pats came into Denver and lost 28-20. Once again, keep that 'injury-riddled' part fresh in your mind because the Pats weren't that bad in that game and they are traditionally slow out of the starting blocks. Now the Pats have all their players back from injury and the best part is that Bill Bellichik has videotape of this Denver team and the way they played in the last meeting. We all know that BYE teams win almost 95% of their first playoff games over the last 10 seasons but the New England Patriots are not like any other playoff team. Richard Seymour and Teddy Bruschi both missed the first meeting and are now back and ready to go. The big difference will be the amount of pressure they send at Plummer with those two guys back. Did you guys see what Belichik has drawn up for the Jaguars who usually have a very solid offensive line? Willie McGinest had 4.5 sacks and the defense a total of six. The last time Denver saw this New England defense they were ranked something like 24th in the NFL but they have since got all their key players back and are now ranked in the TOP 10 in the NFL. Tom Brady is 10-0 in the playoffs, Belichik is 11-1 and it will take much more than a rested Broncos team to beat these resilient Patriots. When you know you are about to watch a game that will more likely than not come down to a last minute FG or big play, the only value lies with the 3 point underdog and in this case it just so happens that the Patriots are in that beauty spot. New England is on a collision course with Indianapolis and this is the game they have to win. Give me Belichik and Brady over Shanahan and Plummer.

The New England Patriots are playing some good football and if they have any interest in keeping the Dynasty they have built going, it will all start here with a big win on enemy turf (something they have rarely had to do in their quest for Dynasty status). The Patriots have proven themselves in the 2nd half of the season after many experts and fans doubted they were going to make the playoffs. The Pats laid a spanking on the Jaguars last week and they also laid the smack down on the Buccaneers back on December 17 which tells me that their level of intensity at this time of the year cannot be matched by many teams. The Patriots do not have any superstars on their team but everyone who goes out there wearing the blue, silver and red of the Pats knows that they have a role on this team and they know that in order for the winning ways to continue, they have to stick to the role and execute what coach Belichik has planned out for them. The Patriots are ranked #2 in the NFL in passing yards per game as they average 257.5 passing yards per game this year. Tom Brady is one of the calmest QB's in the league and one of the most accurate. I see the Pats hitting some big plays today against a Broncos defense that is ranked #29 in the NFL, allowing 227.5 passing yards per game. Ouch...Belichik is going to look at some tape and I have a feeling the player of the week for the Pats will be WR David Givens who has had some big receptions the last few weeks. Either way, Denver is too soft against the pass and the Patriots will probably score at will. I see New England being the better of the two teams on offense.

The Denver Broncos have had two weeks to prepare for what they expected to be the New England Patriots and they should have no excuses for not being ready here. However, the last time they played against a playoff team was back on October 23 when they lost to the New York Giants 24-23 at Giants Stadium. Afterwards, the Broncos did not play against a single playoff bound team and I am already questioning their level of toughness against good teams. Alright, put those games aside and the Broncos had a great season, including an 8-0 record at home but I am not too sure how much that means against a team like New England. It is no secret that Jake Plummer's success this season is the result of two great running backs on the Broncos. Tatum Bell and Mike Anderson both rushed for 1000 yards so we can expect tons of running from the Broncos but the question remains, what kind of defensive gameplan does Bill Belichik have planned out? The Broncos are ranked #2 in the NFL in rushing yards per game with 150.0. The only problem here for Shanahan and his RB's is that New England strength on defense is the run and they are ranked #8 allowing only 98.8 rushing yards per game. With almost everyone on this defense healthy to play again, expect a lot of pressure up the middle and on the outside coming from the linebacker position. The Pats are not afraid to apply pressure on every down and if it means stacking the middle and bringing a dangerous blitz from the outside...they will do it. There is no better defensive team in the playoffs than the Pats. Denver is in for a long night but I see them keeping this game competitive enough to have a great finish.

This could be another classic AFC Divisional playoff game and the fact that it's being played under the lights makes it that much more exciting. Do any of you really see the Pats going out this early and losing to the Broncos? I sure don't and I was happy to have them hit the road so we can get an underdog label plastered all over these guys. If the Patriots can take an early lead and possibly force Plummer and the Broncos to feel a little bit of panic, the game will end by halftime. Jake Plummer has been almost mistake free this season but the Patriots are the one team that can completely mess up a quarterbacks season and rythm. I expect Belichik to pressure the shit out of Plummer on passing downs and unless he can move to the outside and find a man on the move, the Pats should be able to record at least 3-4 sacks and make some big plays on the defensive side of things. Belichik and Brady and currently the NFL Kings of the playoffs and until someone tosses them right off that big thrown they are standing on, I will continue to ride the Patriots to the bank.


NEW ENGLAND 28, DENVER 25

sports freak
01-15-2006, 01:01 AM
Steelers +9.5 seems like an insult to the Steelers... I know Colts rolled them earlier, but that was Ben's first game back off injury, with a non-existant running game, and form at an all-season low.

And I just don't believe Colts are a SuperBowl team, regular season is completely different from the playoffs. Colts have no character as a team.

Add the Dungy factor,and the outcome could be an insult ;)

sports freak
01-15-2006, 01:04 AM
Leaning on the Under 45pts in Pats game,cant back against the champs!!!laying off!!!!

SadrieL
01-15-2006, 02:50 AM
Add the Dungy factor,and the outcome could be an insult ;)

What, so because Dungy's kid dies the Colts suddenly play 10x better? I don't believe in that crap.

SadrieL
01-15-2006, 02:51 AM
Going to also add the following prop bet:

Alexander has been held to under 100 yards in his last 4 games against the Skins, so this one is worth a shot IMO

Alexander to rush for 100 yards or under - $2.10

gl

You were laughing your way to the bank with this one.

sports freak
01-15-2006, 03:18 AM
What, so because Dungy's kid dies the Colts suddenly play 10x better? I don't believe in that crap.

We will see mate,believe what you want ;) Colts win SuperBowl you owe me heaps,Manning gets MVP!!!make it a double owing :eek:

bad gambler
01-15-2006, 03:33 AM
just got back home. what happened to alexander? rushed for 9 yards?? :confused:

bad gambler
01-15-2006, 03:41 AM
all good things come to an end, pats are pretty much done now

SadrieL
01-15-2006, 03:49 AM
just got back home. what happened to alexander? rushed for 9 yards?? :confused:

Out with a concussion early in the game.

dave nz
01-15-2006, 09:04 AM
Take Denver -3 vs the hapless Patriots.

Goodluck.



Cash it :cool:


Stunning result I thought the Broncs would win by at least 20.

flmmkrz
01-15-2006, 09:38 AM
BG.... how you likin the seahawks. No shaun and still got it done. Next week conference champs, and shortly thereafter.... just the champs.

bad gambler
01-15-2006, 12:11 PM
BG.... how you likin the seahawks. No shaun and still got it done. Next week conference champs, and shortly thereafter.... just the champs.


they still haven't achieved anything as yet :)

i must admit though, when we had our banter earlier this season, I didn't think they would make the divisional final


go go panthers ;)

bad gambler
01-15-2006, 12:17 PM
Colts to cover -9.5 v Steelers

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Pnathers ML

good luck

jimmyjax
01-15-2006, 12:52 PM
Good pick on Denver Dave!

I also agree with SadrieL, the Steelers at +9.5 is very generous. I do think the Colts will win this one but they will take a little while to shake the rust. Steelers should cover after fading in the 2nd H.

JMG
01-15-2006, 12:52 PM
Santana Moss over 84.5 receiving yards WON
Patriots ML LOST
Colts -9.5
Panthers ML

SadrieL
01-15-2006, 08:08 PM
So this is the Dungy factor?

bad gambler
01-15-2006, 09:51 PM
congrats steelers backers

i should have known better backing the chokers :rolleyes:

SadrieL
01-20-2006, 11:43 PM
We will see mate,believe what you want ;) Colts win SuperBowl you owe me heaps,Manning gets MVP!!!make it a double owing :eek:

Sorry freak, you know I have to bring this up again ;)

What's everyone on for this weekend? I like both the Steelers and Panthers.

Steelers won't be fumbling all over the place like the Patriots did. Broncos did a good job turning all those turnovers into points, but really, other than that they didn't look so impressive.

Panthers is just a toss-up for me. I don't really know who's going to win the NFC but I do know the Seahawks aren't a great playoff team, and the Panthers are.

JMG
01-21-2006, 04:14 PM
Steelers (@2.55) and Panthers (@2.60) for me!

bad gambler
01-21-2006, 10:55 PM
same bets JMG, and took both on the line as well.

gl

flmmkrz
01-22-2006, 02:20 AM
same bets JMG, and took both on the line as well.

gl

oh ye of little faith.

Pitt Denver game is 50-50 at best. Both teams are carbon copies of each other with the way Jakes playing. Steady qbs not asked to win the game just not lose it and try to run all day. Both studs against the run and weaker against the run. Im pulling for the steel tho.

And Seattles gonna wipe the floor with the panthers. All the hypes on the panthers and the doubters out again in force against the hawks. We'll just keep on doing what we do, which is win.

SadrieL
01-22-2006, 08:48 AM
Can the Seawhawks stop Steve Smith though? It seems so simple, but surely Chicago and New York thought the same thing.

flmmkrz
01-22-2006, 09:20 AM
Can the Seawhawks stop Steve Smith though? It seems so simple, but surely Chicago and New York thought the same thing.

ny and chicago also had to think about foster, goings isnt foster. The run opens up the pass when theres no run, you can key in on the pass.

Wont say its going to be easy, but easier than the giants and bears had it

SadrieL
01-22-2006, 10:30 AM
I don't know, we'll see. I hope your Seahawks win, it'll be good to see at least one Seattle team go to the finals... because my SuperSonics have completely turned to shit :(

flmmkrz
01-22-2006, 06:13 PM
I don't know, we'll see. I hope your Seahawks win, it'll be good to see at least one Seattle team go to the finals... because my SuperSonics have completely turned to shit :(

im not a big bball fan but the sonics are the team I follow and the better they do the more my interest grows in it so yeah you could say I dont watch much bball these days. They're brutal.

But the city of Seattle will have its seahawks to cheer for a couple more games at least. Looking forward to this game.

betowiec
01-22-2006, 06:15 PM
Steelers (@2.55) and Panthers (@2.60) for me!

good choices

plummer will play like plummer of old times, and Seahawks won their first play off game under Holmgren last week, that's enough for them

TwistyServe
01-22-2006, 07:46 PM
Just grabbed Pittsburg @2.450

betowiec
01-22-2006, 09:46 PM
Just grabbed Pittsburg @2.450


looking good 24:3 at the half

managed to jump on them with caro as well

ClaycourtaZzZz.
01-22-2006, 09:50 PM
kuta, i bet you won't ever touch a match involving santoro again! will you?

TwistyServe
01-22-2006, 09:51 PM
Thinking about grabbing carlolina with proceeds from pitsburg lol.. should i or shouldnt i?.... too greedy makes a bad gambler

flmmkrz
01-22-2006, 10:06 PM
Thinking about grabbing carlolina with proceeds from pitsburg lol.. should i or shouldnt i?.... too greedy makes a bad gambler

you shouldn't ....take your winnnings and be happy, you'd hate to lose them on an overated Carolina squad

andrew057
01-22-2006, 10:17 PM
Thinking about grabbing carlolina with proceeds from pitsburg lol.. should i or shouldnt i?.... too greedy makes a bad gambler

Do it, ive got Steelers ML x Panthers ML in a parlay. So if Carolina lose i wont be the only one :)

flmmkrz
01-22-2006, 10:25 PM
Do it, ive got Steelers ML x Panthers ML in a parlay. So if Carolina lose i wont be the only one :)

LOL win or lose you wont be the only one I think outside me and the city of seattle itself you wont find another seattle seahawk backer.

TwistyServe
01-22-2006, 10:39 PM
I compromised:

Grabbed Carolina @2.550 using half proceeds from pitts win... (Hope I didnt get too far ahead of myself since theres still 10 mins left in pitts game :))

betowiec
01-22-2006, 11:00 PM
kuta, i bet you won't ever touch a match involving santoro again! will you?


you are right about that

i cannot frigging believe that

1.4K last night and 1.9K against Gaudio

betowiec
01-22-2006, 11:01 PM
game OVahhhhhhhhhhhhh, Steelers in the superbowl XL

even though ther is still 3 min. on the clock

34:17
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$teelers

andrew057
01-22-2006, 11:15 PM
LOL win or lose you wont be the only one I think outside me and the city of seattle itself you wont find another seattle seahawk backer.

lol, may the best team win. GL

bad gambler
01-22-2006, 11:28 PM
Adding:

OVERS 43.5 Seahawks v Panthers - $1.90

gl

flmmkrz
01-23-2006, 03:03 AM
lol, may the best team win. GL

and they did :cool:

flmmkrz
01-23-2006, 03:04 AM
Give it up for the hawks. I've been telling you guys all year, nobody wanted to listen.

TwistyServe
01-23-2006, 03:11 AM
Give it up for the hawks. I've been telling you guys all year, nobody wanted to listen.

I shoulda listened but peer pressure :) Oh well I still kept half profits from pitts. Better to win half of something then nothing of a lot?. :worship:

flmmkrz
01-23-2006, 03:15 AM
I shoulda listened but peer pressure :) Oh well I still kept half profits from pitts. Better to win half of something then nothing of a lot?. :worship:

lol at least you're up cant complain too much. Nice win on Pitt :bigclap:

JMG
01-23-2006, 11:30 AM
Steelers :worship:

sports freak
01-25-2006, 12:55 AM
Give it up for the hawks. I've been telling you guys all year, nobody wanted to listen.

Pittsburg will STEEL the SUPERBOWL off the Hawks :eek:

Gunner
01-28-2006, 12:43 PM
Give it up for the hawks. I've been telling you guys all year, nobody wanted to listen.

Yeah was a nice call once i saw their first game in the playoffs that they could stand the pressure i liked their chances at the odds but i feel its gonna be a close game in the final!

So i will probably go for the seahawks where i see the value!

flmmkrz
01-29-2006, 10:39 PM
Pittsburg will STEEL the SUPERBOWL off the Hawks :eek:

We shall see. I like the steel a lot if they were playing anyone other than the hawks i'd be cheering them on but i've seen this hawk team from training camp on and I dont like the match up for Pitt.

Should be an excellent game, cant wait.

TwistyServe
02-05-2006, 05:16 PM
We shall see. I like the steel a lot if they were playing anyone other than the hawks i'd be cheering them on but i've seen this hawk team from training camp on and I dont like the match up for Pitt.

Should be an excellent game, cant wait.

Just put small wager on Pitts -4!

Go steelers!!!!!!!!!1 :worship: