NFL 2012 Wild Card Week Thread

No link in the last topic? For shame.

Bengals at Texans
Vikings at Packers
Colts at Ravens
Seahawks at Redskins

It's five posts above your link.

peedmyself wrote:
It's five posts above your link.

It got buried and I didn't notice? For shame. On me, this time. Shame, me.

Bengals
Vikings
Colts
Redskins

Bengals at Texans: Texans haven't looked good in a long while, but Jonathan Joseph is going to make it harder for Green to light things up. Texans.

Vikings at Packers: Just don't see the Vikings winning two weeks in a row, especially in Green Bay. Packers.

Colts at Ravens: Ravens haven't looked great lately, but the Colts are one dimensional on offense. Home field advantage ftw. Ravens.

Seahawks at Redskins: Seattle has a chance with an injured RGIII, but Seattle on the road isn't so hot. Redskins.

Texans
Packers
Ravens
Seahawks

Bengals at Texans
Vikings at Packers
Colts at Ravens
Seahawks at Redskins

Bengals
Packers
Colts
Redskins

Bengals at Texans
Vikings at Packers
Colts at Ravens
Seahawks at Redskins

I am hoping the Bengals game goes the other way, but they are a very inconsistent team so the Texans will probably win at home.

The Seahawks I am worried about the cross-country trip, but I think they are better than the Redskins and Griffin looked hurt last week so I think Seattle has the edge even with the long flight.

Aaaaaand ... Ron Rivera is staying with the Panthers for at least one more season. MMD, you can pop that champagne cork now.

NBC gets the afternoon game today too?

At least that means Collinsworth can't call both games right? Be nice to get a break from him. :p

Texans
Packers
Colts
Seahawks

Xeknos wrote:
No link in the last topic? For shame.

I love Legion, but Rat Boy is missed.

Enix wrote:
Aaaaaand ... Ron Rivera is staying with the Panthers for at least one more season. MMD, you can pop that champagne cork now.

Somehow twisting the cap off a 40 of cheap malt liquor seems more appropriate.

5 of 26 people selected the Bengals in the Bonanza.

Go Texans.

Packers line is now -9.5... I assume thats late money as the news the Ponder might not start because of elbow issues cant really matter.

Houston putting together a nice looking drive. Good playoff teams find a way to take the ball from their own 4 yard line and get points from it.

I guess I jinxed the Texans. Daniels should have held on to that pass.

3-0 Texans.

Have I mentioned I'd rather have TJ Yates in there than Schaub? Totally gave up on Schaub this season. He does not strike me as a leader. If you want to pout like Manning, you'd better be as good as Manning (either one).

Fedaykin98 wrote:
Have I mentioned I'd rather have TJ Yates in there than Schaub? Totally gave up on Schaub this season. He does not strike me as a leader. If you want to pout like Manning, you'd better be as good as Manning (either one).

bad time to remind you that you guys were somewhat in the Peyton sweepstakes? sorry

We really weren't, more's the pity. We wouldn't risk the team by bidding that much on a QB with a gimpy neck and questionable future.

Wish we had gotten him, and I wish we'd at least tried.

Scrolling up, I see I already expressed my justified lack of faith in Schaub.

There was an overtime game this year that the Texans barely won, and announcers were hyping Schaub's gaudy numbers for that game - except that they completely ignored his multiple INTs, including one in OT that should have resulted in a Texans loss.

That is exactly the problem with Schaub - he can throw well from inside the pocket, which can generate some nice stats. He also throws some killer INTs, and it appears that every joint below his waist is fused.

Fedaykin98 wrote:
Have I mentioned I'd rather have TJ Yates in there than Schaub? Totally gave up on Schaub this season. He does not strike me as a leader. If you want to pout like Manning, you'd better be as good as Manning (either one).

Kind of like how Brady gets a pass for throwing tantrums while Cutler gets called out all the time?

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Exactly, Brady's performance leaves little room for dissatisfaction.

Also, the Texans lead again, but still have no TDs. Our defense is really our saving grace.

Fedaykin98 wrote:
Exactly, Brady's performance leaves little room for dissatisfaction.

Also, the Texans lead again, but still have no TDs. Our defense is really our saving grace.

I'm not sure if Cincy will score otherwise from ST, Defense or some freakish AJ Green catch... Houston should win but its not convincing so far.

Christian Ponder is inactive today.
Shame on Houston for leaving Cincinnati in the game this long They should have put this game away before halftime.

You're telling me.

If Dalton hadn't under thrown that, Green had 6.

Bengals could win if they get 17. Unbelievable.

That was terrible.