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After This Weekend, Weather Should Never Be An Excuse For Losing A Football Game.


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Everyone always whines when we play in Green Bay in December or other ****. When we played New York in NY 3 years ago. Three teams went in to cold hostile environments to win. I dont give a **** who we play, or where we play them, if we are good enough we should win. Grats to the Wild Card winners.

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Everyone always whines when we play in Green Bay in December or other ****. When we played New York in NY 3 years ago. Three teams went in to cold hostile environments to win. I dont give a **** who we play, or where we play them, if we are good enough we should win. Grats to the Wild Card winners.

Where was the bad weather? Maybe the end of the Bengals game, but that is it. The rest it was just cold (colder than a witch's tit, but still just cold). Play either of those NFC games in heavy snow & I think you see completely different outcomes in both with the home team advancing.
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Where was the bad weather? Maybe the end of the Bengals game, but that is it. The rest it was just cold (colder than a witch's tit, but still just cold). Play either of those NFC games in heavy snow & I think you see completely different outcomes in both with the home team advancing.

Although I remember a Pats v Bears game from 2010, iirc, where it was in Chicago and a blizzard. The Patriots played like it was nothing and the Bears were terrible.

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