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Old 01-05-2013   #21
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Default Re: Texans 9 1/2 Point Dogs Against Pats

It is pieces like this that I am hearing and reading where ever I go.

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Two teams advanced, one looked Super
Posted by Michael David Smith on January 5, 2013, 11:08 PM EST

Saturday’s start of the postseason went according to form, as the division champion No. 3 seeds in each conference advanced by winning at home, eliminating the wild card No. 6 seeds. But the similarities between the two games end there.

In Houston, the Texans won an ugly game over the Bengals but did nothing to suggest that they have much of a chance of winning next weekend at New England — let alone winning two more games to get to the Super Bowl. In Green Bay, however, the Packers looked like legitimate Super Bowl contenders.
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