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    Packers or Cowboys?

    Who wins straight up?
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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    I'm calling the upset and going with the Packers.

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Packers!
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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Brett Favre is playing like a MVP.. He has 10 years left in him:icon_wink:

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    I just wish I could watch the damn game. The local cable companies and the NFL need to get there act together...there is the sports bar option (Hooters), but I'd have to sleep with my dog out back after I got home.....hey, just might be worth it... two 10-1 teams..HOOTERS!!!..nah, second thought, I'm staying home!!

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    DALLAS COWBOYS 72

    Green Bay 10



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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdawg87 View Post
    I just wish I could watch the damn game. The local cable companies and the NFL need to get there act together...there is the sports bar option (Hooters), but I'd have to sleep with my dog out back after I got home.....hey, just might be worth it... two 10-1 teams..HOOTERS!!!..nah, second thought, I'm staying home!!
    Exactly! NFL & cable are jointly screwing the pooch. The majority of NFL fans will not see this game.

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Quote Originally Posted by glm47 View Post
    Exactly! NFL & cable are jointly screwing the pooch. The majority of NFL fans will not see this game.
    Another reason to go with Dish Network.
    I had the NFL Network the first day it came out on Dish Network's smallest package.:icon_wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdawg87 View Post
    I just wish I could watch the damn game.
    Me too. By the way, we can blame Jerry Jones: (you'll have to scroll down some if you click on the link)

    A couple of years ago, Comcast offered about $400 million annually for the slate of Thursday and Saturday late-season games. An owners' faction led by Jerry Jones of Dallas contended the league could make more by keeping the games and marketing them to cable over NFLN. So far, though, NFL Network pulls in only about $250 million in cable payments. Jones and other owners who insisted the NFL would come out ahead by direct-marketing NFL Network don't want to cut the asking price because that would be tantamount to admitting their original negotiating strategy was wrong. As we've learned, prominent people will pile fresh mistake atop fresh mistake to postpone the day when they admit their first mistake. The NFL's insistence on asking too much for its channel is yet another example of how often big business, with zillions of dollars in executive-suite and economic-consultant spending, nevertheless acts as if it's ignorant of basic economics. To increase revenues, cut prices; this raises demand. (A high price suppresses demand.) The modern globalized marketplace is relentlessly efficient at driving down prices, and has relentlessly, efficiently blocked the NFL's attempt to charge too much for NFL Network. As soon as the NFL drops the NFLN asking price to the market-clearing level, the channel will air in all homes. Then the NFL can scramble nervously to make its money on advertising, just like everybody else in the broadcast business.
    If both Charles Woodson and KGB sit out for the Pack, I have to go with Dallas to prevail...rooting for the Pack, though :icon_wink:

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Quote Originally Posted by glm47 View Post
    Exactly! NFL & cable are jointly screwing the pooch. The majority of NFL fans will not see this game.
    I hope this bites the NFL in the ass. Bastards.

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    I want Dallas to win, but I hope the game is relatively close and that all of Green Bay's scoring comes from Tramon Williams.
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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Packers win. Tramon Williams intercepts Romo for the winning TD!

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Cowboys win. It's nice to see the 26 Saints fans voting though.

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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    I don't care who wins, but it'd sure help out my fantasy team if Romo would the ball to #82!
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    Re: Packers or Cowboys?

    Quote Originally Posted by playdablues View Post
    Me too. By the way, we can blame Jerry Jones: (you'll have to scroll down some if you click on the link)
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    A couple of years ago, Comcast offered about $400 million annually for the slate of Thursday and Saturday late-season games. An owners' faction led by Jerry Jones of Dallas contended the league could make more by keeping the games and marketing them to cable over NFLN. So far, though, NFL Network pulls in only about $250 million in cable payments. Jones and other owners who insisted the NFL would come out ahead by direct-marketing NFL Network don't want to cut the asking price because that would be tantamount to admitting their original negotiating strategy was wrong. As we've learned, prominent people will pile fresh mistake atop fresh mistake to postpone the day when they admit their first mistake. The NFL's insistence on asking too much for its channel is yet another example of how often big business, with zillions of dollars in executive-suite and economic-consultant spending, nevertheless acts as if it's ignorant of basic economics. To increase revenues, cut prices; this raises demand. (A high price suppresses demand.) The modern globalized marketplace is relentlessly efficient at driving down prices, and has relentlessly, efficiently blocked the NFL's attempt to charge too much for NFL Network. As soon as the NFL drops the NFLN asking price to the market-clearing level, the channel will air in all homes. Then the NFL can scramble nervously to make its money on advertising, just like everybody else in the broadcast business.

    .rooting for the Pack, though :icon_wink:

    BUMP! Blame J.Jones BIG TIME for this game not being seen. Typical money grabbing Jones move. I also hope GB wins and Farve stays healthy.

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