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Sunday – January 19th – 6:30 p.m. ET

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2014 NFL Playoffs – Round 3 (Conference Championships)



Sunday – January 19th – 3:00 p.m. ET

New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos

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Sunday – January 19th – 6:30 p.m. ET

San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks

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2014 NFL Playoffs – Round 2 (Divisional)



Saturday – January 11th – 4:30 p.m. ET

New Orleans Saints @ Seattle Seahawks

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Saturday – January 11th – 8:00 p.m. ET

Indianapolis Colts @ New England Patriots

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Sunday – January 12th – 1:00 p.m. ET

San Francisco 49ers @ Carolina Panthers

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Sunday – January 12th – 4:30 p.m. ET

San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos

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Doug’s NFL picks Week 1

I vow to kick Ed Daley’s backside this year! Here we go

Broncos Bash Ravens

Pats Pound Bills

Seahawks soar past Panthers

Da Bears Best Da Bengals

Browns Batter Dolphins

Lions Maul Vikes

Colts Clobber Raiders

Chiefs Chop Jags 

Bucs Blast Jets

Saints Stun Falcons

Steelers  stomp the Titans

Rams Roast Cards

Niners Pound the Pack

Cowboys corral the Giants

Redskins rap the Eagles

Chargers charbroil the Texans

So we differ in five games, whoever does better (ME) in those wins the week

 

Seahawks rally from 20 down in 4th quarter, but Falcons get the win

Great comeback by Seattle, and a great comeback by Atlanta

Matt Bryant kicked a 49-yard field goal with 8 seconds left and the Atlanta Falcons bounced back after blowing a 20-point lead in the fourth quarter, defeating Russell Wilson and the gutty Seattle Seahawks 30-28 in an NFC divisional playoff game Sunday.

The Falcons (14-3) appeared ready to allow the biggest fourth-quarter comeback in NFL playoff history when Marshawn Lynch scored on a 2-yard run with 31 seconds left.

But Matt Ryan completed two long passes after the kickoff, setting up Bryant’s winning kick and sending the Falcons to the NFC championship game for only the third time in franchise history. They will host the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday.

 

Doug’s NFL picks Week 13

OK so I went unbeaten two weeks ago, only to suck last week! EGADS!

Saints over Falcons

Bears over Seahawks

Pats over Dolphins

Texans over Titans

Broncos over Bucs

Bills over Jags

Lions over Colts

Pack over Vikes

Chargers over Bengals

Chiefs over Panthers

Niners over Rams

Jets over Cards

Raiders over Browns

Ravens over Steelers

Cowboys over Eagles

Giants over Redskins

Season 112-63

Week 12 8-8!

Week 11 14-0! WAHOO!

Week 10 10-4

Week 9 11-3

Week 8 6-8 UGH

Week 7 picks 10-3

Week 6 Picks 9-5

Week 5 picks 8-5

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5

 

Dougs NFL picks, Week 8

Vikes  over Bucs

Jets over Dolphins 

Chargers over Browns

Titans over Colts

Pats over Rams

Pack over Jags

Eagles over Falcons

Steelers over Skins

Lions over Seahawks

Bears over Panthers

Chiefs over Raiders

Saints over Broncos

Cowboys over Giants

Niners over Cards

Season 63-40

Week 7 picks 10-3

Week 6 Picks 9-5

Week 5 picks 8-5

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5

 

Dougs NFL picks week 7

Niners Slap Seahwaks

Bills Bash Titans

Panthers Pounce on Cowboys

Texans Topple Ravens

Browns Best Colts

Vikes Victimize Cards

Giants Dwarf Skins

Pack Roast Rams

Saints Swamp Tampa Bay

Pats Paste Jets

Raiders Rout Jags

Steelers Slap Bengals

Bears Maul Lions

Season 53-37

Week 6 Picks 9-5

Week 5 picks 8-5

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5

 

Doug’s NFL picks, Week 6

Steelers Topple  Titans

Bucs Bust Chiefs

Jets Corral Colts

Bengals Best Browns

Lions Edge Eagles

Falcons Rout Raiders

Dolphins Dunk Rams

Ravens Clock Cowboys

Cards Bash Bills

Pats Soar past Seahawks

Giants Nail Niners

Skins Stun Vikes

Pack Punk Texans

Chargers Beat Down Broncos

Week 5 picks 8-5

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5

Season 44-32 UGH!

 

Doug’s NFL Week 5 Picks

I almost forgot, but here we go

Cards rip Rams

Steelers slam Eagles

Giants dwarf Browns

Skin stun Falcons

Bengals make tuna out of Dolphins

Ravens scalp Chiefs

Panthers pounce on Seahawks 

Bears maul Jags

Pats bust Broncos 

Niners break Bills 

Titans violate Vikings

Saints electrocute Chargers

Texans down Jets

Week 4 picks 10-5

Week 3 picks 7-9 UGH

Week 2 picks 8-8 UGH

Week 1 picks 11-5

Season 36-27 UGH!

Doug’s NFL picks Week 4

 

Here are your winning picks

Ravens Best Browns

Pats Bash Bills

Cowboys Rope Bears

Texans Top Titans

Lions Devour Vikes

Pack Unloads on Saints

Falcons Soar Past Panthers

Giants Dwarf Eagles

Chargers Shock Chiefs

Niners Down Jets

Rams Bust Up Seahawks 

Cards Deal Doom to Dolphins

Broncos Bust Raiders

Jags Maul Bengals 

Bucs Scalp Skins

And there ya go!

 

Seahawks, incompetent refs best Packers 14-12 Troglopundit hardest hit

I feel bad for Lance Burri and his fellow cheeseheads, this was the worst call I have ever seen, and the NFL is making it worse by defending it as a correct call

NEW YORK — The NFL has upheld the Seahawks’ 14-12 win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football.

The league said in a statement Tuesday that Seattle’s last-second touchdown pass should not have been overturned.

The NFL says Seahawks receiver Golden Tate should have been called for offensive pass interference before the catch, which would have clinched a Packers victory, but that cannot be reviewed by instant replay.

Wow, is the NFL seeking to catch up with NBA refs in incompetence?

Doug’s NFL picks Week 2

 

I edged Ed last week, going 11-5, and this week’s picks are as follow

Packers over Bears {Thursday Night}

Chiefs over Bills

Bengals over Browns

Vikes over Colts

Saints over Panthers

Texans over Jags

Raiders over Dolphins

Pats over Cards

Giants over Bucs

Ravens over Eagles

Skins over rams

Cowboys over Seahawks

Steelers over Jets

Chargers over Titans

Niners over Lions {Sunday Night}

Flacons over Broncos {Monday Night}

Also since I will be in Colorado from the 15th to the 24th I will be posting my week 3 picks in the next day or two

 

NFL highlights

Manning throws 400th TD Broncos roll Steelers

Skins, RG3 shock Saints 40-32

Backup QB leads Cards to win over Seahawks

Bucs upset Panthers

Niners stun Packers

Vikes hold off Jags in OT

Bears Rout Colts

Texans Rip Dolphins

Eagles edge Browns

Lions nip game Rams in final minute

Pats crush Titans

Falcons make early season statement, Chiefs hardest hit

Jets flatten Bills

Who DAT??? Seahawks Play Their Best Game Of The Season, Beat Saints In Wildcard Stunner

Who DAT??? Seahawks Play Their Best Game Of The Season, Beat Saints In Wildcard Stunner – Seattle Times

The run was as hard to believe as the game it won.

Six different Saints touched Marshawn Lynch on the play when he never went down, a 67-yard touchdown run. If ever there was an exclamation point, Lynch delivered it with a one-armed shove that knocked Saints cornerback Tracy Porter 5 yards backward.

And once Lynch reached the end zone, it was clear that these Saints, the defending Super Bowl champions, had been KO’d by a punch no one saw coming.

The final score: Seattle 41, New Orleans 36.

Lynch came back to the sidelines after his game-clinching TD, ball in his left hand, right arm raised as he flexed his biceps, and if there was any doubt, Lynch showed that yes, these Seahawks were stronger than anyone expected. The largest home underdog in NFL playoff history had won.

Doubted all week and down by 10 points to New Orleans, the first NFL team with a losing record ever to win a division went and earned its way to a fifth consecutive home playoff victory and one more game. At least.

Seattle will play at either Atlanta or Chicago next week, depending on the outcome of Sunday’s game between Green Bay and Philadelphia. If the Packers win, Seattle plays at Chicago. If the Eagles win, Seattle will play at the Falcons.

So when did your jaw hit the floor?

Was it with 1:15 left in the second quarter and Matt Hasselbeck threw a 45-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Stokley to give Seattle its first lead over New Orleans?

Or was it when Seattle faced third-and-2 on its first possession of the second half, and Hasselbeck lobbed a 38-yard touchdown pass to Mike Williams, to put Seattle ahead by 11?

Or maybe it wasn’t until the fourth quarter after the defending Super Bowl champions cut Seattle’s lead to four points and were playing to get the ball back only to Lynch run 67 yards to a touchdown as 66,336 fans had Qwest Field echoing with TNT-grade decibels.

The Saints scored a touchdown on their next possession, but with 1:30 left, they attempted an onside kick recovered by tight end John Carlson. Seattle ran Marshawn Lynch twice took a knee and began to celebrate.

Matt Hasselbeck passed for four touchdowns, a Seahawks playoff record.

Hasselbeck – who had his third pass of the game picked off – came back to throw three touchdown passes in the first two quarters. Two of them were to tight end John Carlson, whose only touchdown of the regular season came all the way back in Week 3.

This Seattle offense that scored more than 24 points in only four games all season had that many points at halftime. The defense that gave up five consecutive touchdown drives to the Saints back in November, forced two punts in the first half and a turnover that set up Seattle’s game-tying field goal.

That field goal was sandwiched between two touchdown passes by Hasselbeck.

Seattle scored 17 consecutive points, took a 24-17 lead on Stokley’s 45-yard touchdown catch.

The Saints came back to kick a field goal on the final play of the first half, and trailed 24-20 at halftime. Seattle got the ball and scored on Williams’ touchdown reception.

Seattle led by 14 points when the third quarter ended yet the Seahawks appeared on the verge of losing the game after New Orleans scored 10 points in the first 6 minutes of the fourth quarter first on Julius Jones’ 4-yard touchdown run and then on Garrett Hartley’s 21-yard field goal.

With 5 minutes, 36 seconds left, Seattle held a four-point lead and New Orleans had the ball at its own 6-yard line.

The first play was an 11-yard pass to Julius Jones. He was tackled by linebacker Lofa Tatupu, a collision so fierce both players left the game wobbly. Then came a false-start penalty against New Orleans, the Saints’ third of the game.

An incompletion follow by a 7-yard pass to fullback Heath Evans brought up third-and-8, and Brees threw incomplete on a play in which the Saints were penalized for holding. The Seahawks declined and got the ball back with 4:20 remaining in the game.

Two plays later Lynch ran roughshod over the Saints, sealing the victory.

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Why Pete Carroll REALLY left USC

Running away from NCAA sanctions? No. The challenge of coaching in the NFL? No! Lower taxes, and lots more money? yep!

Carroll will get to love a lot more of his income because he’s moving from a state that rapes the rich to a state with no income tax to speak of. He’ll be laughing all the way to the bank while California goes bankrupt. When you treat the wealthy like the goose that lays the golden eggs, you can’t be surprised when they fly the coop.