2014 NFL Playoffs Predictions, Conference Championships: AllGreenBayPackers.com

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2014 NFL Playoffs: Conference Championships
Name Straight Up Against the Spread
Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks  (-7.5)
Kris Burke  Seahawks Packers
“Jersey” Al Bracco  Packers Packers
Adam Czech Seachickens Packers
Thomas Hobbes Packers Packers
Chad Toporski Packers Packers
Jason Perone Seahawks Seahawks
Jay Hodgson Seahawks  Seahawks
Mike Reuter  Packers Packers
Cory Jennerjohn  Packers  Packers
 Jeff Albrecht  Packers  Packers
Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots (-7)
Kris Burke Patriots  Colts
“Jersey” Al Bracco  Patriots Colts
Adam Czech Colts Colts
Thomas Hobbes  Patriots Patriots
Chad Toporski Colts Colts
Jason Perone Patriots Colts
Jay Hodgson Patriots Patriots
Mike Reuter Patriots  Patriots
Cory Jennerjohn Patriots  Patriots
 Jeff Albrecht  Patriots  Patriots

Chad Toporski, a Wisconsin native and current Pittsburgh resident, is a writer for AllGreenBayPackers.com. You can follow Chad on twitter at @ChadToporski


6 thoughts on “2014 NFL Playoffs Predictions, Conference Championships: AllGreenBayPackers.com

    1. Part of the deal with home field. When you play at your place, you get your weather, and at their place, theirs.

      But I’ll be surprised if all of the Packers will be able to resist eating a bullet after spending 36 hours in that suicide-friendly climate.

  1. Bill from NJ is going to bust my chops BUT how important is that Buffalo loss now? Would feel a lot more confident if this game was at Lambeau!

    Winds to be 25-35 mph with gusts over 40mph and rain, ugly.

    1. exactly what i was thinking….that friggin Buffalo game….and how about a healthy Rodgers!! A Rodgers that could roll out and scramble and throw on the run…i say next year…if Rodgers stays healthy at the end of the year…starting to be a thing here with the health of our QB near playoff time…

  2. It’s saying ‘light rain’ so that’s better than heavy rain. Equipment managers and players will need to dial in their cleats. I hope the Packers are throwing wet balls around in today’s walk through. The 19 MPH wind will hinder some passes, but Rodgers has a strong arm and will hit the medium range passes OK and probably a few deep ones

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