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Win and you’re in, to the Super Bowl that is. Fierce NFC North rivals face off in Chicago, while hopefuls in New York travel to the Steel City.
Not that the sixth-year quarterback from the Green Bay Packers really had any primates hitched to his back, but Rodgers had a career-galvanizing game on Saturday night.
This Monday night matchup will help shape the playoff picture for the NFC as rivals from the South faceoff. The Falcons are currently atop the NFC South at 12-2, and would clinch both the division and the first seed with a win tonight.
Week 15 has many games with playoff implications. Unlike years past, there are no teams that can afford to bench their starters, unless you are Mike Shanahan.
These games become more meaningful as the playoffs near, especially with so much parity in the NFL this season. Check the scores from Sunday and read up on more Monday night action.
Prepare for the Week 9 matchups with news, injury reports, and predictions as we head into the second half of the 2010 season.
Are you ready for some football? After a thrilling Saturday of college ball, the 2010 NFL regular season begins September 12th with a full slate of hard-hitting action.
The NFC West is definitely a tight division. However, these teams have a better chance at playing for a high draft slot instead of a playoff spot. There is quite a lot of rebuilding out west.
The Saints are going to be on top of the South again. How far will they make it? We’ll have to wait and see.