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« on: January 20, 2013, 07:59:07 AM »
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The Playoffs have been amazing so far.  Last week hopefully you got to watch the Seahawks and the Falcons do battle.  What looked like after the first half was going to be an easy Falcons victory saw the Seahawks come storming all the way back in the 4th quarter to take the lead.  Unfortunately for them they left just enough time on the clock (around 38 seconds) for the Falcons to get off two long pass completion plays to set up a 48 yard field goal attempt which was no good, but the Seahawks head coach called timeout so wipe that miss off the board and when Matt Bryant got a second chance he nailed it to give the Falcons the win.  The 49ers crushed the overmatched Green Bay Packers who could not stop Colin Kaepernick as he threw and ran all over their defense (the Green Bay defense should forfeit their paychecks for that game).  Now the 49ers travel to Atlanta for the NFC Championship game.

In the AFC the Baltimore Ravens pulled off a stunner against the Denver Broncos in double overtime.  Denver looked to be in control of the game early but Baltimore came back to tie the game up and send it to overtime.  A lot of Ray Rice and a field goal later and the Ravens are traveling this week to New England to face the Pats who had another easy win against the Houston Texans.  Not much to say about that game, the Texans were overmatched, Matt Schaub does not look like he has the firepower to compete with a great offensive team.  This week Ray Lewis and company are coming to Gillette stadium to take on Tom Brady's Patriots in the AFC Championship game.

Sunday January 20th

San Francisco 49ers vs Atlanta Falcons 3:00 p.m.

Baltimore Ravens vs New England Patriots 6:30 p.m.

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