The Electric Commentary

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

What if the Giants do win, smart guy?

Look, I told you that it's not worth worrying about, but if you really want to know, the Packers will get in if the Giants win and:

1. The Packers beat the Bears,

2. Seattle beats the Bucs,

3. Cleveland wins (yeah right) at Houston,

4. Detroit wins (hah!) at Dallas,

5. Arizona wins, without Matt Leinart, at the home of the NFL's best team, the San Diego Chargers,

6. Miami and Cleo Lemon beat the Colts,

7. San Fran defeats the Broncos, who need the win to make the playoffs,

8. The Vikings beat the Rams,

9. The Saints, who will be resting players, beat the Panthers.

See? Not gonna happen.

But if the Giants do win you have a full slate on Sunday. Hopefully the Redskins will help us out and all of this will be unnecessary.

6 Comments:

  • I think if you put ten bucks on this happening, the payout might be better than winning PowerBall.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:49 PM  

  • I think it would be fitting if all of these scenarios played out, and it's up to Mike Williams to catch the game winning pass in the end zone against Dallas. Now that's drama.

    By Anonymous Mike, at 9:44 AM  

  • It would be even more interesting for all of that to play out, and then the Pack honks the last game of the regular season against the Bears to not make it.

    By Anonymous mitch, at 1:35 PM  

  • Is it just me or does "Cleo Lemon" make people think of that
    Strawberry Shortcake
    cartoon that was on in the early 80's?

    You know, based on the doll that smelled like strawberries...

    By Blogger Scott H, at 11:59 AM  

  • Why does Cleveland-Houston matter? They're both in the AFC. Or is it really down to strength of schedule?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:14 PM  

  • Since the Giants beat Houston earlier this year, a Houston loss to Cleveland will make that win look less impressive. It's not strength of schedule that matters, it's strength of victory. In all of the above matchups, at least one team was beaten by either the Packers or the Giants.

    By Blogger PaulNoonan, at 2:37 PM  

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