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  • French Rage
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    I like how both games today involve teams fighting for getting to host a CCG with both #1 seeds losing.

    Since I'm in the Bay Area and my wife is a 49ers fan, I'm rooting for TB because it would be statistically cool if the 49ers played LAR-DAL-GB-TB in the last 4 games, all of the top 4 seeds, with the first 3 being nailbiters and hopefully the fourth.

    Fun fact: since 2003, only 5 QBs have represented the AFC in the SB, while 16 have represented the NFC.

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  • MichVandal
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    Originally posted by bronconick View Post
    Getting curbstomped by the Lions was a red flag, Cardinals.
    Someone forgot to mention that to the Packers.

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  • dxmnkd316
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    <insert long drawn out argument about playoffs, best team, etc.>

    Either way, it's either a product of the rules or the press. It's also why pro football is so extraordinarily boring.

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Originally posted by dxmnkd316 View Post

    too many QBs
    Perhaps.

    There are 10 different QBs on that list. They have combined for 12 Super Bowl wins and 23 Super Bowl appearances.

    There are 4 non-QBs on that list. They have combined for 1 Super Bowl win and 3 Super Bowl appearances.

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    Crazy factoid of the morning: assuming Aaron Rodgers wins the MVP this season, it will continue a streak going back to Kurt Warner in 1999 of the MVP failing to win the Super Bowl...

    2000: Marshall Faulk - St. Louis Rams (lost Wild Card Round)
    2001: Kurt Warner - St. Louis Rams (lost Super Bowl)
    2002: Rich Gannon - Oakland Raiders (lost Super Bowl)
    2003: Co-Winners - Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost AFC Championship); Steve McNair - Tennessee Titans (lost Divisional Round)
    2004: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Divisional Round)
    2005: Shaun Alexander - Seattle Seahawks (lost Super Bowl)
    2006: LaDanian Tomlinson - San Diego Chargers (lost Divisional Round)
    2007: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Super Bowl)
    2008: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Wild Card Round)
    2009: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Super Bowl)
    2010: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Divisional Round)
    2011: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost Divisional Round)
    2012: Adrian Peterson - Minnesota Vikings (lost Wild Card Round)
    2013: Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos (lost Super Bowl)
    2014: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost NFC Championship)
    2015: Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers (lost Super Bowl)
    2016: Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons (lost Super Bowl)
    2017: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Super Bowl)
    2018: Patrick Mahomes - Kansas City Chiefs (lost AFC Championship)
    2019: Lamar Jackson - Baltimore Ravens (lost Divisional Round)
    2020: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost NFC Championship)
    2021: ???

    Perhaps equally crazy, 9 NFL MVP's in this time span have made the Super Bowl, but are 0-9 in the Super Bowl.
    too many QBs

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  • MissThundercat
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    If Aaron Rodgers had Allstate instead of State Farm, he'd have been protected from mayhem.

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  • Kepler
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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Crazy factoid of the morning: assuming Aaron Rodgers wins the MVP this season, it will continue a streak going back to Kurt Warner in 1999 of the MVP failing to win the Super Bowl...

    2000: Marshall Faulk - St. Louis Rams (lost Wild Card Round)
    2001: Kurt Warner - St. Louis Rams (lost Super Bowl)
    2002: Rich Gannon - Oakland Raiders (lost Super Bowl)
    2003: Co-Winners - Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost AFC Championship); Steve McNair - Tennessee Titans (lost Divisional Round)
    2004: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Divisional Round)
    2005: Shaun Alexander - Seattle Seahawks (lost Super Bowl)
    2006: LaDanian Tomlinson - San Diego Chargers (lost Divisional Round)
    2007: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Super Bowl)
    2008: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Wild Card Round)
    2009: Peyton Manning - Indianapolis Colts (lost Super Bowl)
    2010: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Divisional Round)
    2011: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost Divisional Round)
    2012: Adrian Peterson - Minnesota Vikings (lost Wild Card Round)
    2013: Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos (lost Super Bowl)
    2014: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost NFC Championship)
    2015: Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers (lost Super Bowl)
    2016: Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons (lost Super Bowl)
    2017: Tom Brady - New England Patriots (lost Super Bowl)
    2018: Patrick Mahomes - Kansas City Chiefs (lost AFC Championship)
    2019: Lamar Jackson - Baltimore Ravens (lost Divisional Round)
    2020: Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers (lost NFC Championship)
    2021: ???

    Perhaps equally crazy, 9 NFL MVP's in this time span have made the Super Bowl, but are 0-9 in the Super Bowl.

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  • burd
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    Originally posted by MichVandal View Post
    Just watching the highlights again- and just realized that Rogers blew chunks on that last drive they had. The time was perfect for them to do exactly what they let SF do- drive down the field and end the game with a score. But I'm betting that 3rd and 10 home run swing was called at the line- which wasn't even close to a reception. All they really needed to do was short plays and keep the ball on the field- and they were able to run and do short passes. Instead, they went with big plays to move the ball quickly- which resulted in the exact same thing for most of the night- not much.

    It would be interesting to know, but it sure seems that Rogers ruined his own game.
    Garoppolo Rogered Rogers on that last drive.

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  • MichVandal
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    Just watching the highlights again- and just realized that Rogers blew chunks on that last drive they had. The time was perfect for them to do exactly what they let SF do- drive down the field and end the game with a score. But I'm betting that 3rd and 10 home run swing was called at the line- which wasn't even close to a reception. All they really needed to do was short plays and keep the ball on the field- and they were able to run and do short passes. Instead, they went with big plays to move the ball quickly- which resulted in the exact same thing for most of the night- not much.

    It would be interesting to know, but it sure seems that Rogers ruined his own game.

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  • SonofSouthie
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    Very satisfying to watch the Packers lose in that fashion.
    Satisfying to watch them lose in any fashion. ;^)

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  • burd
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    Prior to the game a long time SF friend told me that frigid Packer weather might be just the thing for the Niners. They can't win a shootout with Jimmy G, and their D line and linebackers are their strength, so a grinder game was their best hope. Pretty hard to anticipate two blocked kicks, though. Nice to see Rogers get cancelled in his own home.

    Should be some entertaining fb today.

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  • MichVandal
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post

    You meant to say, Jimmy G didn't do much, correct?
    He handed the ball off a lot, don't ya know....

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  • rufus
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    Originally posted by MichVandal View Post
    Another exciting ending! But the Rogers' rate wasn't enough- the 'Niners pulled that one out mostly with special teams. Jimmy G didn't have to do much.
    You meant to say, Jimmy G didn't do much, correct?

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  • rufus
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    Looks like Kaaron Rodgers is gonna boycott the Super Bowl after all.

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