Posts Tagged ‘Green Bay Packers’

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Fantasy Forecasts and Predictions for 2010

January 15, 2010

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The good, the bad and the ugly

December 7, 2009

 

Louis Murphy celebrates after his game-winning touchdown against the Steelers.

 

The Jets  were able to rest up on Sunday after they beat the Buffalo Bills 19-13 Thursday night in Toronto. They were also able to pick up a couple of much needed victories in week 13. Gang Green is still not in good shape, as they hold a 2-4 division record and five conference losses, so a lot of scenarios will still have to unfold for the Jets to make the playoffs. Nonetheless, some things worked in the Jets favor on Sunday and some did not. 

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In the words of Marv Albert: Yesssss!!!!!!

November 27, 2009

 

Open at Work with Caution...

 

Bits n’ Pieces

– Home cookin’, Dallas beats Oakland

– Slaughterhouse, Packers feast on Detroit

– Back on track, Broncos end losing versus Giants

– Through the wire, Sixers Williams out for 8 weeks

more bits and a post Turkey day treat after the jump…

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Turkey Day Crystal Ball

November 25, 2009

       

Looking for some inside information for betting tomorrow’s Thanksgiving football games? Yahoo! certainly has a tip for you. Based on their Week 12 NFL Scoreboard, the Packers will already have beaten the Lions 26-0. So, feel free laying the 11 points on the road because Green Bay will has already covered the spread with ease. NFL coaches always say how tough it is to win in this league, but the Pack have found a way to win without even playing. Thanks, Yahoo! sports.

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JDs Thanksgiving Picks

November 25, 2009

T.O.N.Y. Sports is not responsible for your betting blunders...

Turkey Picks:

**8-6 overall**

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NFC Playoff Picture: Tough path for Giants

November 18, 2009

There’s no hiding that Sunday’s matchup with the 5-4 Atlanta Falcons is huge.  With the NFC South and NFC North all but locked up, there are four remaining playoff births up for grabs in the NFC.

While divisional leaders Dallas and Arizona have the upper hand, their hard work is not nearly over.  The Eagles, Packers, Falcons and Giants are all 5-4, and are right in the playoff hunt.

At 4-5, the 49ers, Panthers and Bears are on life support, but their dreams are not dead yet.

What it all boils down to is that with seven games remaining, there are nine NFC teams fighting for four spots in the playoffs.

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