Let’s Play NFC Over/Under

1. Going Out On A Limb I’m All In: Mike Singletary’s Troops Host 1 Home Game Beyond 1st Week Of January – OVER. The road to Dallas goes through the Bay Area.  Super Bowl XLV through San Fran?  Candlestick Park has hosted a total of seven NFC Championships.  49ers record in those games: 4-3.  The last time it happened: January 11, 1998.  Against who?  Brett Favre’s Green Bay Packers.  Will they host an 8th?  Will it be deja vu?  I got Singletary’s Niners going 12-4.  That will be good enough for NFC home field advantage.

2. Motor City Kiddies No More: Motown Gets Dances Its Way En Route To 3 Times The Amount Of 2009’s Victory Total – OVER. The 2010 version of the Detroit Lions will double their 2009 home wins and come away victorious on three occasions outside of Ford Field.  Also, Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson will both double 2009’s touchdown and yardage output!  Over/Under for home games Barry Sanders attends – Six.  Matt Millen – Two?  Wayne Fontes?  Herman Moore?

3. Reminiscent Of A Randy Moss Rookie Year: Dez Bryant Producing “Straight Cash, Homie” – UNDER. Dez’s impact will be heard around the NFC East and echoed throughout the NFL, but 69-1,313-17 TD’s type of impact?  Bryant will put up cash, but nowhere near straight cash, homie.  We will never again witness a rookie performance out of WR like we did in ’98.  As much as I like Dez, as much as I think he will do work, and as much as I admire his skill set, I just don’t see him challenging Randy’s rookie numbers.  5 Easy Reasons Why: 1. NFC East Competition/CB’s.  2. Felix Jones.  3. Miles Austin.  4. Jason Witten.  5. Randy Moss=Straight Cash, Homie!


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