compeletely agree is probally will and either team can lose, im just saying neither team HAS to beat the other in that game. i would say there's no way that it doesn't come down to that game, but I also said there's no way seattle would beat the bears or green bay and they both happened (as much bull **** as that is for green bay. i also thought now way green bay loses to the colts, yet it happened). the NFL is unpredictable, and with divisional games for both teams, who knows what could happen. it should come down to the winner of the pack vs bears in chicago wins the division, but who knows.
Originally Posted by 34_for_life
the best example i have is a few years ago when green bay started 1 and 4 and the vikings ran away with the divsion. then green bay got hot finished 10-6 and still were out. all the vikings ahd to do was beat the lowly arizona cardinals and they were in and green bay was out. then this happened..............
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