Posted: 1/10/2013 7:05:55 PM
Originally Posted by TheForbes777
Both Rams and Cardinals offenses were depleted by injuries, and the Rams STILL almost made the playoffs. The Rams did not get destroyed by the Bears either.
The game was close the entire time until Bradford threw a pick 6 on what would have been a game tying, momentum changing drive...against at the time what was touted as a top 5 defense in the league.
Rams were in every game they played this year except the Pats and Jets game (I was at that game, grew up a Jets fan in NY before moving to STL, and the Rams played terrible giving the ball away).
Good luck though, I think you're more of a Packers fan than a gambler this game though. I never wish for anyone to lose money, or have a bad day. So good luck, hopefully you come out on top...just not on this game.
Bradford was 18-35 for 152 yds and the Rams leading rusher had 29 yds....I dont count that as being in the game
As for the GB/SF game, even in my own thread on the game I think its 50/50...
I think people are over-blowing the "lack" of run game GB has....they use their run game just enough, they use screens and wide out quick screens as runs as well...
In 2010, when GB won it all....they had 1 of the 4 games in which their leading rusher had over 75 yds
I think people are over-blowing the "bad" GB defense as it ranks in the top 10 of almost every stat....
I think people are over-blowing the "great" SF d as it played 11 of 16 games against BAD offenses...
This game is a toss up, plain and simple....
I like the fact SF won this 1st meeting
I like the fact SF is coming off a bye, because teams off byes the last few years dont have a good win %
I like the fact Sf is home and laying less than 3....
And, in the most important position, GB has the edge at QB
If this game was in GB, and they were only laying 3 I would bet SF to win