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View Poll Results: Who Will Win?

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    Been doubted the whole year. And that's fine, it's how I like it.

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    I like being the underdog anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by TearsOfPurple View Post
    Been doubted the whole year. And that's fine, it's how I like it.
    Too bad you won't be able to prove the doubters wrong
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    Adrian runs for 175 2 tds and 30 yds rec. Vikings Win 31-24....

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    2004 NFC Wild Card De Ja Vu all over again... same result..

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    the minnesota adrian petersons lose by 2 scores
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austeezy View Post
    Too bad you won't be able to prove the doubters wrong
    Similar things were being said prior to last week.

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    Packers win this one, but it ends up closer than people are saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsFanatic13 View Post
    People just think the Pack are going to roll over the Vikings. I know it's in Lambeau and that's a huge advantage for the Pack but earlier in the year the Vikings were close to beating them but Ponder threw 2 redzone picks. If Ponder and the Vikes defense come to play I think the Vikes pull off the upset and I think they will because Ponder confidence is sky high.

    Vikes win 27-24
    Clearly Lambeau isn't an advantage anymore since GB is 2-4 in their last 6 playoff games at home. However, Minnesota hasn't won a game outside of a dome all year so we'll see, but I feel pretty good about this game for us.

    We will really focus on stopping AP and force Ponder to try and beat us. And as long as Tramon doesn't have a STUPID personal foul on 3rd down I can see GB winning by 7-10 points...it is the playoffs after all.

    Quote Originally Posted by natelpete View Post
    Similar things were being said prior to last week.
    Minnesota was in a must-win situation, GB was not. I fully expect the results to be different this time and if they're not, good luck to the Vikings.
    If I facepalmed any harder I would have cracked my own skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natelpete View Post
    Similar things were being said prior to last week.
    most of the time rematches form week 17 in round one of the playoffs dont go the same way. also the games have one major difference. week 17 was in the metrodome, a place green bay historically stuggles. this week is in green bay, a place teams historically stuggle to win at in the post season (don't give me the giants example, the vikings and giants are not remotley compareable)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TearsOfPurple View Post
    Been doubted the whole year. And that's fine, it's how I like it.
    IMO, the Vikings are the more physical team and we've seen the Packers lose these type of matchups. I think your team has a good chance to win.
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    I think the vikes will put up a fight and make it interesting, but the packers will ultimately win. They are getting back Cobb and Woodson which is a huge boost on both sides of the ball. hopefully i am wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    most of the time rematches form week 17 in round one of the playoffs dont go the same way. also the games have one major difference. week 17 was in the metrodome, a place green bay historically stuggles. this week is in green bay, a place teams historically stuggle to win at in the post season (don't give me the giants example, the vikings and giants are not remotley compareable)

    What does a "historical struggle" matter when your most current Packer teams have been the ones having trouble in these situations.

    I feel like the cold weather is more suited to the Viking's style of running the ball and playing hard nosed defense, than it is to the Packer's aerial attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natelpete View Post
    What does a "historical struggle" matter when your most current Packer teams have been the ones having trouble in these situations.

    I feel like the cold weather is more suited to the Viking's style of running the ball and playing hard nosed defense, than it is to the Packer's aerial attack.
    it means green bay losing in the metrodome is not sayng as much as people seem to think it does. domes are hard places to win on the road due to crowd noise
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    Vikings win. AP is gonna dominate! Averaging 200+ YDS A GAME AGAINST THE PACK.

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