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2012 NFL Season – Wild Card Round

Week 17: 11-5 (.656) Best Bets: 2-1 (.688)
Season to Date: 123-130-3 (.486) Best Bets: 26-24-1 (.520)

The hot last two weeks was not quite enough to bring me ro the ,500 mark.  There’s always next year.  But this year is the playoffs and a new chance to show my smarts (or lack thereof).   For the playoffs I will give insight as to how each game is going to go.  This is a chance to see how a real life presidential candidate thinks.

Date & Time     Favorite          Spread          Underdog

1/5 4:30 ET         At Houston          -4.5                Cincinnati

The Texans are reeling, having lost three out of the last four games.  The Bengals look impressive against the Browns and Chiefs, but not as impressive against playoff-caliber teams.  Houston survives this game only to get slapped around next week.  Take the Texans and give the points.

1/5 8:00 ET        At Green Bay       -7.5               Minnesota

The temperature in Minnesota will be around 20 degrees Fahrenheit at kickoff.  This would be good news if Minnesota played outdoors and was at home.  It will be about the same temperature in Green Bay, where they do play outdoors.  The Packers should win, but Adrian Petersen should keep it close.  Take the Vikings and the points.

1/6 1:00 ET       At Baltimore         -7                   Indianapolis

Once upon a time, the city of Baltimore would love nothing more than to see the Colts win a playoff game.  The city will be bumming after the Colts win in Baltimore this Sunday.  Mainly because the Colts are Indianapolis’s team while Baltimore has the original Browns team (now called the Ravens).  Take the Colts (Indianapolis) and the points.

1/6 4:30 ET       Seattle                     -3                 At Washington

Seattle fans see “Seattle at Washington” and wish this game was being played in the state of Washington and not the District of Columbia.   Unfortunately, this is the end of the road for my Washington Redskins.  :(  The Seahawks will run and throw all over the ‘Skins and win easily.  Take the Seahawks and give the points.

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2 Comments

  1. Seattle’s win cannot be attributed to RGIII’s injury. I knew as soon as I saw him in his brace that if we won, that would be used as an excuse by the Washington fans. I was pleased to hear some of the sportscasters talk about the good defense we played, and a few even said that the injury had little to do with the win. We have at least one additional significant player out for next week (and the rest of the post season) but I doubt anybody will be making excuses for us if we lose. I wish a speedy recovery to RG and a long and happy career for him. His coach made a poor choice – he is supposed to be taking care of his players, even when the players’ aren’t exercising good judgement about their playing abilities. How can his players trust him when they know he will be willing to risk their careers for a single game, no matter how important of a game? Best of luck to the Seahawks against the Falcons… I will be cheering loud! May the best team win!

    Comment by Stephanie Espinoza | January 15, 2013

  2. Wilson’s ability to give his team a chance to win is one thing that none of the other’s can say. Of Wilson’s five losses all of them have been of 7-points or less, meaning Seattle was in it until the end. Of Luck’s five losses, only one was of less than 7-points, RGIII on the other hand has been consistent with only one loss of more than 7-points.

    Comment by Concetta R. Boyle | January 24, 2013


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