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Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

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Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by Scoop_McLeak on Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:32 pm

Lets do the math ..... if Arizona loses this game, they may end up on the losing side of a tie-break with the Vikings. If the Packers win, they are in, if they lose they too could be on the wrong end of a Madden tie-break system that no-one (not even me) can calculate! So, put in simple terms, who wants it the most???

Of course - this is the unpredictable Madden 13 and it is entirely possible that other results could change things ........ but it is unlikely. Lets look at the season so far for tomorrow nights protagonists:-

Arizona:
Human record - Beat the Rams, lost to the 9ers twice, Eagles & Browns with 2 cpu games left. Thats a 1-4 record.

Green Bay:
Human record - Beat the Lions, Raiders, Panthers and Bears. Lost to the Lions, Bears, (Giants game dc'd whilst losing) with the Vikes and 1 cpu game remaining. If Minnesota beat GB then that will be a 4-4 record. 1-0 Packers.

Rushing: Pack cannot run, Cards are average. 1-1

Passing: Both teams have fine pass attacks, but Rodgers throws more picks. 2-1 Cards.

Receiving: Fitz edges Jennings. 3-1 Cards.

Defense: Green Bay have a better yards per game average in both pass and run categories. But Arizona have rookie of the year LB Michael Jones and DE monster DE Calais Campbell. All things considered, i take GB as their secondary is better. 3-2 Arizona.

Intangibles: The Packers schedule was considerably tougher so i believe their battle hardened troops will be best equipped thanks to playing the Vikes, Lions and Bears (oh my!) every other week. 3-3

Prediction. On paper its a tough one, neither team will get great success on the ground and i believe its all about Skelton v Rodgers. The team whose QB makes the least mistakes wins the game. So far this season Skelton just ...... and only just shades it.

Arizona 38-31.

Good luck to both teams.













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Re: Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by MeisterEder69 on Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:29 pm

GO PACKERS!!!!!!! Lets get the whole NFC in the playoffs!!!!! Very Happy
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Re: Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by Bishbosh1985 on Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:38 pm

Ditto that Eder - go North!!!!

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Re: Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by scousebronco on Mon Feb 04, 2013 12:21 pm

lol nice breakdown m8, But my games Vrs Eages an Browns were sim L ;(
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Re: Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by Notorious_MH on Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:08 pm

Only 3 from one division can get in unfortunately but otherwise I think all 4 from the North would make it! It's gonna be really tight. Fun end to the regular season for sure. I just hope the Lions and Bears can actually play this time, we always get ridiculous luck with disconnections.
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Re: Pre-Superbowl Superbowl. Green Bay v Arizona

Post by sarhosh on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:47 am

If Lions-Bears finish as a draw, I will report it to the commish Smile
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