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View Poll Results: who wins next weekends match ups?
Falcons over Seahawks 21 39.62%
Seahawks over Falcons 26 49.06%
Packers over 49ers 18 33.96%
49ers over Packers 28 52.83%
Ravens over Broncos 11 20.75%
Broncos over Ravens 34 64.15%
Texans over Patriots 11 20.75%
Patriots over Texans 37 69.81%
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Old 01-13-2013, 06:29 AM
 
Location: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
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Fumble was a game changer, no doubt and Capers inability to make defense changes. Woodson was very vocal about it.

Everyone wanted Cobb off returns, so McCarthy goes with Ross, the rookie, admitted he wanted to make a "big" play in a big game. Lost focus, should have downed it. I've never been on the get rid of Capers bandwagon, but it might be time.
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