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This might be the week the NFC South bounces back.

23 October 2014 - 11:40 AM

Last week, 3 out of the 4 teams in the NFC South faced tough road games against teams contending for playoff spots.  And all of them lost.

 

Falcons @ Ravens

Saints @ Lions

Panthers @ Packers

(Tampa on a bye)

 

This week, all 4 NFC South teams are at home.  

 

Lions @ Falcons

Packers @ Saints

Seahawks @ Panthers

Vikings @ Bucs

 

It's no secret the Falcons and Saints play much better at home in their domes.  I expect the Saints to give the Packers all they can handle and might squeak out a win.   The Falcons/Lions matchup has potential to be a shootout and might be close to over/under 80 points.  The Panthers get the Seahawks making their second consecutive cross-country trip and playing what amounts to a 10am game for them.  After losing at home to the Seahawks the past two seasons, I think this might be the year the Panthers finally beat them.  And Tampa gets a winnable game at home against the struggling Vikings who've lost three straight. 

 

The NFC South might be the worst division in the NFL right now, but I think this might be the week they show some life and bounce back.


The Panthers need our help guys. (x-post from reddit)

19 October 2014 - 05:40 PM

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Could a losing record win the NFC South this year?

19 October 2014 - 03:58 PM

Looking at the teams in the NFC South, it's hard to believe any of them will finish with more than 9 wins, and maybe less.  Could a losing record win the division this year?  I wouldn't be surprised...


Anyone here been to/lived in Seattle?

16 October 2014 - 01:33 PM

I have a potential job interview there next week and I'd like to hear some thoughts and opinions on the town.  Coming from Austin TX I'm expecting much colder temps and way more rain, but what else can you tell me?


NFL needs to redo the overtime rules...

12 October 2014 - 04:33 PM

There should not be a tie game in the NFL.  And just the same, they should ensure both teams get a fair chance to win the game.  

 

Make it sudden death after the first possession, regardless if each team gets a TD or a FG.  And the game goes on as if it's a playoff game.  


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