Playoff Scenarios: Who will the Packers see in the NFC?

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  1. chris k
    December 26, 2012

    If the Packers win and are the no. 2 seed would they play Saturday or Sunday and do we know what time yet??? Thx

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  2. chris k
    December 26, 2012

    After the bye week I mean of course…

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  3. cow42
    December 26, 2012

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    • Nick Perry
      December 27, 2012

      You can’t see anyway the Packers can beat the 49ers? Have you watched them the last few weeks? We played them in week one with a bunch of untested rookies and Jarrett Bush playing. Capers even admitted after the game it was a mistake leaving Bush in on obvious passing downs. I love the effort Bush puts in week in and week out. With that said, I can barely watch the screen when he’s playing defense. To many times (week one included) have I seen Bush trailing a player in the end zone with his hands in the air wondering what happened as the other team has just scored a touchdown. I for one think the Packers can roll with the 49ers and beat them! Playing in Green Bay in the middle of January is a hell of a lot different than playing there in September. This team is FINALLY starting to hit it’s stride and get healthy, well as healthy as they can be and I don’t believe the 49ers can beat them at home in January.

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  4. Toch
    December 26, 2012

    Espn reporting that Woodson will not play against Vikings in last game of the season. Dang!

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  5. GBPDAN
    December 27, 2012

    If the Pack is a 2 seed and Atlanta is a 1, and if the the 3 and 4 seed win thier 1st rd games, the pack would play yhe 3 seed and Atlanta would play the 4 seed.

    More than likely the pack will win the 2 seed. 49ers will beat Arizona and will win thier game at home in WC round. The pack will host them the following week. If Justin Smith plays, this will be a tough game. The niners are just not the same with out him as proven when the pats hung 28 on them , when he went out, and how the sea chickens rolled them when he didnt play.

    If the Pack wins that game, the odds are very strong that we will be playing either Atlanta or the sea chickens next. So there’s no doubt the Pack will have played formidable competition if they make it to the super bowl.

    I’m still a firm believer that games are won and lost in the trenches . The niners and seattle have better trenches than green bay. But, Green bay has a superior quarterback over seattle or the niners rookies. I’m hoping this is the difference in these games. Im not to worried about any other team the Pack may face.Go Pack Go!

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  6. GBPDAN
    December 27, 2012

    By the way, your brackets dont look right….if the Pack has the 2 seed, they would play the highest seed left coming out of the WC round. Atlanta would play the lowest seed left. Therefore, if the niners are the 3 seed and win thier 1st playoff game, they would play the Packers next…your bracket shows them lined up with Atlanta?

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    • Chad Toporski
      Chad Toporski
      December 27, 2012

      From the article:

      “An important thing to remember with all this is that there is no set “bracket” in the NFL playoffs. The league uses “re-seeding” in the postseason, giving the No. 1 seed the easiest possible path to the Super Bowl. This would mean the Packers, as the No. 2 seed, would host the highest-remaining seed.”

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  7. GBAP
    December 27, 2012

    This one doesn’t make any sense the way its written.

    Scenario four: Washington Redskins.

    - If the Redskins lose, the Cowboys would be the No. 4 seed, hosting the Seahawks, while Washington would be the No. 6 seed traveling to San Francisco.

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  8. Dutch
    December 30, 2012

    The “SHEET of INTEGRITY” meets the NFL Playoffs! Introducing “Cover-Two”.
    Before the Playoffs start, when the Spreads are set, predict 2 teams, (1 from each conf.), who will best cumulatively cover the spreads throughout the tournament. Keep in mind that an underdog has the spreads ADDED to their scores and a favorite has the spreads SUBTRACTED.

    Example: GB (-3) at MINN – Two scenarios:

    Final: GB 28 MINN 17 GB = (28-17)-3= +8 ATS ### MINN = (17-28)+3= -8 ATS

    Final: MINN 28 GB 17 GB = (17-28)-3= -14 ATS ### MINN = (28-17)+3= +14 ATS

    Winners play on: losers drops out and ATS scores accumulate. The participants have to anticipate potential matchups, grade the possible spreads and then make their own selections in each conf. The conf. winners don’t always get to the Super Bowl. Last year, the Packers were a juggernaut going in, but the Giants won the NFC with 57.5 pts CATS (Cumulative Against the Spread). The AFC winner, Houston had 19.5 CATS but was already knocked-out in the Div. Round. The tiebreak is to guess the CATS number for each. ‘Looks easy? When the match-ups are set, make your own sheets and see how easy it is! Good Luck.

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  9. Zeman
    December 30, 2012

    Nice work Marques, bring on Atlanta!

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