Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Post-NFL Championship Round Predictions


Predictions made prior to the NFL Championship Round based on the results of those games

The Giants and Patriots will party like it’s 2007.

The Giants will yet again defeat an NFC South team before taking down the No. 1 seed before defeating the No. 2 seed in overtime on a Lawrence Tynes field goal.

This time, however, Tynes will not cause heart palpitations for Giants fans by missing two possible gamewinners.

The 49ers will lose thanks to the a pair of giveaways by the son of White Sox GM Ken Williams.

Somewhere nearby, Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane is nodding knowingly.

To add insult to injury, 49ers fans everywhere will be forced to miss Ted Ginn, Jr.

Ford will continue to believe that we really believe that those are “real” people doing “real” interviews with “real” media asking “real” questions.

I mean, really?

Receivers not named Vernon and/or Davis will catch nine passes for 84 yards.

Ho hum, another Urban Meyer quarterback will short-arm passes and run better than he throws.

For the second straight year, Baltimore’s season will end thanks to a dropped pass on what should have been an easy completion by a veteran receiver.

Billy Cundiff will miss a relatively easy 32-yard field goal with seconds remaining in the contest to give the game to the Patriots.

Scott Norwood will be heard yelling at the tv, “even I could have made that”!

Vegas will set the over/under at 100 for the number of jokes made referring to Ray-Lewis-murdering-or-standing-by-while-someone-else-murders-Billy-Cundiff.

(Take the over).

The Harbaugh brothers will both bow out of the playoffs and a field goal will decide each game.

Har-bro in law Tom Crean's Indiana Hoosiers will defeat Penn State, so the day won't be a total loss.

On the same day Seal and Heidi Klum will announce their breakup, Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari will announce they are having a baby.

Yet Rick Santorum will still believe that gay people are ruining the sanctity of marriage.

After Championship weekend, no meaningful football will be played until the Super Bowl.

In a related story, the Pro Bowl is next week.

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