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    Params: post, 486256, a:1:{i:0;s:239:"True, the only blame I have on the offense though is that we didn't go for it on that 4th down on the 50. Other than that, I believe 24 points-31 points should be enough to win a playoff game and if not, you shouldn't go to the super bowl.";}, 1458829234, 1464529168
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    Params: post, 486263, a:1:{i:0;s:1077:"I agree that the offense was no help to the Def in the 2nd half. Besides that 7 points for the Int there were also the 7 points scored off of the muffed punt. I think this highlights the issues we had with our O line and the run game. Both of which were beat to hell over the course of the season. I still do not understand why MM gave up on the run so early in the 2nd half but you can't leave your D on the field for the amount of time it was out there. probably accounts for why things went downhill so quick at the end of the 3rd and the 4th quarter. Still firmly believe that the way MM and DC had to jury rig the team as the injuries to many key players on both sides of the ball piled up. Next man up sounds like a good slogan but after your talent pool is gashed so deep, production and play start to drop. I am still amazed they were able to get this team to the divisional with the patch work team they had to deal with all year. Boad's well for next seasons depth though. A lot of young talent got playing time and experience they would not have had otherwise.";}, 1458829234, 1464529168
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    Params: post, 486276, a:1:{i:0;s:343:"I would say the pass to Nelson that was intercepted wasn't "what were you thinking?". Rodgers threw to the right guy, he was covered 1-on-1. His mistake was ball placement. If he underthrows it, Nelson gets the catch. Lead him to the right, and Nelson probably gets the catch. It is entirely possible that the ball just slipped a little.";}, 1458829234, 1464529168
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