Marc Sessler says the Bears will lose to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game

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  1. ChiCityBears

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    Marc Sessler says the Bears will lose to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game. We need to get payback against the Seahawks for the loss we had against them in Chicago.
     
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    Cool. Guess i dont have to waste 19 weeks watching stupid football games now.
     
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    Sessler is either kissing ass, or not looking at how strong the NFC is. We might not be the 2nd best team in the Norse, let alone the entire conference.
     
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    The best team does not always win the game.

    How many times has the 1 or 2 seed failed to make the Super Bowl? More than I can remember
     
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    Gotta get there to have that chance, and I don't see any chance of winning the Div over GB
     
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    Don't need to win the division to get to the conference title game either
     
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    Do we need to go over the stats again Benj? Over the last 10 years the WC has RARELY gone through the North. The West has SF and Sea, the East has NY/Wash/Dallas(don't sleep on this one btw) and the South has Atl and NO's, hoping the team slips in via a WC is a slim to no chance, not to mention that the team has to beat out Minny also.
     
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    Check your history books again:

    2012: GB (Div), Min (WC)
    2011: GB (Div), Det (WC)
    2010: Chi (Div), GB (WC)
    2009: Min (Div), GB (WC)

    So we are on a 4-year streak of the WC going through the NFCN, if you are trying to find a year that it DIDNT, you have to go all the way back to 2008.
     
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    The last four years there has been a WC team coming out of the NFCN
     
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    I think the Steelers and Giants were the last seeds when they won the Superbowls the first times in the last 10 years.
     
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