posted on Dec, 11 2007 @ 12:05 PM
reply to post by SpeakerofTruth
Technically it's still possible for Green Bay to grab homefield advantage. I'm not saying they will, but it's still possible.
Talent wise, I think Dallas has the tougher schedule:
Green Bay's is:
@ ST. LOUIS
I think we can both agree that Philly, Carolina, and Washington are better than St. Louis, Chicago, and Detroit. Dallas is better than Philly,
Carolina, and Washington, so of course there's little chance Dallas will lose, but if either Green Bay or Dallas is going to lose a game from here on
out, I'd say Dallas has the better chance of losing.
Having said that, though - I expect to be playing in Dallas in the conference championship.
A couple things to consider:
Green Bay will be healthier. That'll make a difference.
Brett Favre, although he's winless in Dallas and started that game off bad, don't count on a repeat performance if they meet again. He'll show up
and do better.
Experience. Remember, Green Bay is the youngest team in the league, I believe. Before that Dallas game, what BIG game has that team been in with that
group of guys? None that I can think of. Outside of the main guys, a lot of those guys weren't there during their last playoff appearance. So they do
have a big game under their belt now. Dallas had the game against New England before that.
I'm not saying this stuff guarantees a win by any means, but it will be a different game.