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NobodyMan
01-15-2012, 10:17 PM
Got to give credit where its due. I don't think I would have picked 49ers over Saints. Namath had all four games - including 2 upsets.
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http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/joe-namath-nfl-blog-divisional-playoff-round-235224255.html</p>

Joe's Picks:</p>


New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers I said
this was my game to watch and now you'll find out who I like. I know it
doesn't make sense going against the experience of the Saints, but with
the 49ers at home and with the way they protect the ball, I think
they'll win. I like that Frank Gore kid, too. Oh baby, he's a player.</p>


Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens Going into
that daggum house the Ravens have, it's a huge disadvantage for the
Texans. That place rocks and gets behind them, doesn't it? I know one
thing, Ray Lewis is going to have the crowd and his team fired up and I
for one will not pick against Ray Lewis.</p>


New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers I like the
balance of New York here. The Packers, well, I'm not sold on their
defense. If Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs can keep the ball away
from Green Bay, then the Giants can control the game. This Giants
defense is playing much better now than it was a few weeks ago in that
38-35 loss to the Packers. I pick the Giants.</p>


Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots
Realistically, everything is in the Patriots' favor. They also remember
their playoff losses in recent years and that's been painful. New
England will come out with a vengeance and control the game. The Broncos
have to be flawless and Tim Tebow, well, he needs to be playing at a
high level for this one. I don't think Denver can win.</p>

M0rbid
01-15-2012, 10:18 PM
Got to give credit where its due. I don't think I would have picked 49ers over Saints. Namath had all four games - including 2 upsets.
</p>

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/joe-namath-nfl-blog-divisional-playoff-round-235224255.html</p>

Joe's Picks:</p>


New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers I said
this was my game to watch and now you'll find out who I like. I know it
doesn't make sense going against the experience of the Saints, but with
the 49ers at home and with the way they protect the ball, I think
they'll win. I like that Frank Gore kid, too. Oh baby, he's a player.</p>


Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens Going into
that daggum house the Ravens have, it's a huge disadvantage for the
Texans. That place rocks and gets behind them, doesn't it? I know one
thing, Ray Lewis is going to have the crowd and his team fired up and I
for one will not pick against Ray Lewis.</p>


New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers I like the
balance of New York here. The Packers, well, I'm not sold on their
defense. If Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs can keep the ball away
from Green Bay, then the Giants can control the game. This Giants
defense is playing much better now than it was a few weeks ago in that
38-35 loss to the Packers. I pick the Giants.</p>


Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots
Realistically, everything is in the Patriots' favor. They also remember
their playoff losses in recent years and that's been painful. New
England will come out with a vengeance and control the game. The Broncos
have to be flawless and Tim Tebow, well, he needs to be playing at a
high level for this one. I don't think Denver can win.</p>

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jomo
01-15-2012, 10:22 PM
Got to give credit where its due. I don't think I would have picked 49ers over Saints. Namath had all four games - including 2 upsets.
</P>


http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/joe-namath-nfl-blog-divisional-playoff-round-235224255.html</P>


Joe's Picks:</P>


New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers I said this was my game to watch and now you'll find out who I like. I know it doesn't make sense going against the experience of the Saints, but with the 49ers at home and with the way they protect the ball, I think they'll win. I like that Frank Gore kid, too. Oh baby, he's a player.</P>


Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens Going into that daggum house the Ravens have, it's a huge disadvantage for the Texans. That place rocks and gets behind them, doesn't it? I know one thing, Ray Lewis is going to have the crowd and his team fired up and I for one will not pick against Ray Lewis.</P>


New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers I like the balance of New York here. The Packers, well, I'm not sold on their defense. If Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs can keep the ball away from Green Bay, then the Giants can control the game. This Giants defense is playing much better now than it was a few weeks ago in that 38-35 loss to the Packers. I pick the Giants.</P>


Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots Realistically, everything is in the Patriots' favor. They also remember their playoff losses in recent years and that's been painful. New England will come out with a vengeance and control the game. The Broncos have to be flawless and Tim Tebow, well, he needs to be playing at a high level for this one. I don't think Denver can win.</P>He's 5 for 5 if you include his call on Suzie Kolber. [;)]

Mark444
01-15-2012, 10:23 PM
me and Joe have similar tastes, we both love Suzy tolber, we both love to hate on rex ryan

bLuereverie
01-15-2012, 10:23 PM
In other news, Stray is finally putting TB to shame on FOX.