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    Params: post, 399274, a:1:{i:0;s:1079:"I have a feeling this might not end well now....... Although as many here know already. I am a huge huge Jim Harbaugh fan. Going back to the Colts. He has been one of my childhood heroes. I think the Niners are for real. I just wonder if they are a year away. In fact I hope the Giants win the East and the Giants/Niners are seeds #2 and #3. That way they beat each other up in the divisional round and the Packers get the winner. I think the Packers D is still getting overly crapped on and will show up when it matters. They already lead the league in picks going into this past weekend but people are pissing their pants over the passing D stats. But, believe me. There is way more talent on this Packers D then a defense like NE where they have guys who flat out make me laugh starting in the secondary. I am starting to wonder if the NFCCG will be the real SB. I do think homefield matters. Alex Smith in the title game against Aaron Rodgers in GB? Gotta go with the homeboy, sorry Harbaugh. Also, the Lions offense is way more one dimensional then the Packers offense.";}, 1458829234, 1462169280
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