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TALE OF THE TAPE

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    NFC Championship Tale Of The Tape: Colin Kaepernick Vs. Russell Wilson

    These two young, dual-threat signal callers go head-to-head on Sunday.

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    Who’s More Sad? Packer Player Who Nearly Blocked 49ers’ Game-Winning Field Goal Or Eeyore?

    you can’t help feeling a little lousy for the Packers player who was this close to blocking the Niners’ last second field goal, which sealed the win. Let’s go to the tape…

  3. Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz gives instructions during the overtime period of the game against the New York Giants at Ford Field on December 22, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. The Giants defeated the Lions 23-20.  (credit: Leon Halip/Getty Images) (credit: Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)
    Tale Of The Tape: Detroit Lions At Minnesota Vikings

    A season that was so promising is ending with the team going down in flames. It seems likely that this will be Jim Schwartz’s last game as the Lions’ head coach.

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    Who Had More Picks In 2013? Eli Manning Vs. The Patriots’ Draft

    You guys. Eli Manning is bad. I don’t care if he won 2 Super Bowls. He’s bad. He’s worse than Peyton Manning. He’s worse than Tom Brady. He is worse than Mark Sanchez.

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    Tale Of The Tape: New York Giants At Detroit Lions

    While the Giants and Lions first played in 1934, these two teams rarely get together. This will be their second meeting in Detroit since 1997.

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    Andre Johnson Vs. Santa Claus – How Does He Match Up To St. Nick?

    Fantasy wunderkind and all-around decent guy Andre Johnson just did something pretty nifty. He purchased over $17,000 worth of toys for children in Child Protective Services.

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