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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    LOL, and I'm serious too

    http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-4311411.html




    it's an old story, so it's hard to find the article, but there you go :D
    Saved by his cheesehead. Kinda brings a tear to my eye.

    And wow, nice story.

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    I didn't listen to the sports talk radio shows after todays game but rumor has it that a huge line is at the Walt Whitman bridge. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Saved by his cheesehead. Kinda brings a tear to my eye.

    And wow, nice story.

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    hey, no problem :D
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    Packers and Bears meet in the 1941 Western Divisional title game on Dec 14, Bears won 33-14. This was the last and ONLY time they meet in the post season. It would be meeting 182 between these two teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    I didn't listen to the sports talk radio shows after todays game but rumor has it that a huge line is at the Walt Whitman bridge. :D
    Are you gonna wait for the crowds to thin out? ;):p
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    Gb dangerous? Aikers choked if he didn't eagles win.
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    Eagles had the worst D of any team in 26 years and a stinking kicker cost them the game :mad::mad::mad:r
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    I didn't listen to the sports talk radio shows after todays game but rumor has it that a huge line is at the Walt Whitman bridge. :D
    For the love of Pete, its not like the eagles fans aren't used to this. They are used to it, always a bridesmaid never the bride.:(
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    dang, double post.
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    As a die-hard Falcons fan I am accustomed to usually having to find a team to root for after the Birds don't make the playoffs.

    I've rooted for Philly since before the days of Jaws and Harold Carmichael.

    Rooted for the Steelers since the days of Bradshaw.

    I've always liked Miami, and later Tampa Bay and Jax since they got teams.

    There are others.

    I haven't and won't root for the Colts since they left Baltimore. I'll root for the Raiders as long as they are in Oakland.

    When New England went from being a doormat to being a real contender I rooted for them in their first Superbowl. I love to see an underdog do well. Like New Orleans last year. I remember rooting for them when Archie Manning was their QB.

    Plus I have a cheesehead. That speaks volumes.

    Damn, I'm getting old.
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