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Post by Chester H Zeshons » Wed, 19 Dec 1990 00:40:41


For all the talk about how the NFC East is so tough...the Bills are 3-0 against
        said division.

And as for the Redskins only losing once at home--I believe the Giants were un-
        defeated at home this year, were they not?

And as for including one of the 7-6 AFC teams in the top five--only one will be
        included at the end of the year, and no matter who it is, they will be
        0-1 against the NFC.  So, the AFC still stands with a 4-3 margin in the
        big games, with two more to go.

And the post on "Eastern-style football" was to make fun of all this "NFC-
        style" ***we've been hearing about--I've made the arguments to back
        up what I've said, so I hardly see where "ranting & raving" apply.

Said here first that the Lions would beat the Bears.

Without Lott and Brooks; Everett, Ellard, and Anderson go wild...

                Rams 34, 49ers 17

                                        ---Chet Zeshonski

 
 
 

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Post by Timothy B. Reynol » Wed, 19 Dec 1990 03:19:05

Quote:

>For all the talk about how the NFC East is so tough...the Bills are 3-0 against
>    said division.

>And the post on "Eastern-style football" was to make fun of all this "NFC-
>    style" ***we've been hearing about--I've made the arguments to back
>    up what I've said, so I hardly see where "ranting & raving" apply.

By the way, just how many Superbowls have the
"Eastern-style" teams won ????

Wow being in a powerhouse division with such SB contenders like
the colts the jets and the patriots...sheeeeeeeeez!!!!

tim

 
 
 

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Post by Marcus Dolen » Wed, 19 Dec 1990 06:39:18

Quote:

>For all the talk about how the NFC East is so tough...the Bills are 3-0
>against said division.

>And as for the Redskins only losing once at home--I believe the Giants were
>undefeated at home this year, were they not?

>And as for including one of the 7-6 AFC teams in the top five--only one will
>be included at the end of the year, and no matter who it is, they will be
>0-1 against the NFC.  So, the AFC still stands with a 4-3 margin in the
>big games, with two more to go.

While only 1 team makes the playoffs, all 4 teams are tied for 5th place.

Quote:
>And the post on "Eastern-style football" was to make fun of all this
>"NFC style" ***we've been hearing about--I've made the arguments to back
>up what I've said, so I hardly see where "ranting & raving" apply.

>Said here first that the Lions would beat the Bears.

Not a hard choice. The bears are in serious trouble thanks to injuries. Alot
of bettors were going against them this weekend.

Quote:
>Without Lott and Brooks; Everett, Ellard, and Anderson go wild...

>            Rams 34, 49ers 17

When was the last time the Rams beat the 49ers at home?

49ers 31 Rams 6

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>                                    ---Chet Zeshonski

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Post by George Lambe » Thu, 20 Dec 1990 05:29:30

Quote:

>            Rams 34, 49ers 17

>                                    ---Chet Zeshonski

Wrong-o, much like the rest of the ***you post!

George Lambert

GO NINERS!  THREE-PEAT!

 
 
 

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Post by Matthew J McDevi » Sat, 22 Dec 1990 05:26:46

Guess you were wrong, Chuckles
Oops I mean Chet.
49er's Win!!!!
                            --Matt
 
 
 

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Post by Zipp » Sat, 22 Dec 1990 06:16:41

  Marcus  Dolengo writes:

Quote:

> >Said here first that the Lions would beat the Bears.
> Not a hard choice. The bears are in serious trouble thanks to injuries. Alot
> of bettors were going against them this weekend.
> >Without Lott and Brooks; Everett, Ellard, and Anderson go wild...
> >               Rams 34, 49ers 17
> When was the last time the Rams beat the 49ers at home?

  1980, maybe.  1979, maybe.  1978, definitely.

Quote:
> 49ers 31 Rams 6

Close, it was only a 16 point spread.

The next two games for SF could easily be losses.

They will be resting Craig, Haley, Taylor, and possibly Montana.

The half-dozen or so injured key starters will also be using this
time to recuperate.

The pressure is now on the Giants to hold their meager edge over
the Bears, or they could find themselves facing the Dallas buzzsaw
in a wildcard game.

Unlikely, as they face the Cards and Patsies, while the Bears get
Tampa and KC ... still, the Giants almost blew their first meeting
with Phoenix, and that was in the Meadow[toxic]land[fill]s.

Zippy