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2011 NFL Playoffs - NFC Divisional Round


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Who do you think will win?  

13 members have voted

  1. 1. New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers

    • New Orleans Saints
    • San Francisco 49ers
  2. 2. New York Giants at Green Bay Packers

    • New York Giants
    • Green Bay Packers


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NFC Divisional Round is set.

Saints, Packers

Saints have a tough task ahead, but I think they can win it, just not with such a strong running game as they did against the Lions.

The Giants can play spoiler at Green Bay. The last game was close and the Giants did well today against Atlanta.

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Definitely going for the Giants as they are looking better and better. Saints also would be my other pick :)

I can't say Giants are better than Packers but that's just what i'm hoping for :D

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Definitely going for the Giants as they are looking better and better. Saints also would be my other pick :)

I can't say Giants are better than Packers but that's just what i'm hoping for :D

Yeah, they've definitely got things dialed in over their last few games. Should be a good game between them and Green Bay. Like you say, not sure NY are the better team, but hope they win! :)

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I'm in late for this but I believe the Saints will win the NFC, the Ravens winning the AFC, with the Saints winning the Super Bowl.

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Picking the Saints and Packers to go through. I have no doubt the Packers should be able to win, we've got Jennings back along with our starting tackles back in the game. Hopefully Chad and Brian hold up well enough and their injuries don't effect their play too much. The O-Line was my only real concern for them going into the game, hopefully we can get Neal, Walden or Zombo to add some pressure opposite of Matthews as a solid pass rush would be welcome again.

I think the 49ers and Saints game should be good, hoping the 49ers give them a run for their money. They have a solid defense so if they can avoid turnovers and not let it turn into a shootout then they have a good chance their. They've avoided turnovers and played well on defense all year so this shouldn't be asking too much, but given it's the Saints you never know.

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The only thing I'm worried about is the Packers D. If they ever get their **** together, they'll be unstoppable. That said, it should be a good game. In Rodgers I trust. :D

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Ugh. That was frustrating. At one point I felt like I was watching LSU all over again. Five turnovers and the defense couldn't step it up when it mattered most. Vernon Davis had a great game and was the key to the win. Great job 49ers D.

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Can't say I was totally suprised by the 49ers win, was definitely suprised that the Saints turned it over as much as they did. One or two fewer mistakes by the Saints and who knows what might've happened. Here's to hoping the 49ers next game will be in Lambeau..Go Packers!

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That game.... Ugh... At the end I was cussing up a storm..

Hate the 49ers, ever since the 84 season in SB XIX when they beat the Dolphins, I have hated them. Marino never made it back. :(

Hope whoever, Packers, or (preferably) Giants, stomp them into a mudhole.

Sadly, go Broncos. So sick of Brady.

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