Sunday, November 20, 2016

35 39 44 45 54 85 142 | SNF, Green Bay Packers @ Washington Redskins, November 20, 2016

Week Eleven = 44/53/71/107

11/20/2016 = 11+20+20+16 = 67
11/20/2016 = 11+20+(2+0+1+6) = 40
11/20/2016 = 1+1+2+0+2+0+1+6 = 13
11/20/16 = 11+20+16 = 47

SNF = 19+14+6 = 39

November 20 is the day that leaves 41-days left in the year.  Green Bay = 41; Rodgers = 41



This will be the 33rd regular sesaon game between the two teams.  The Packers lead the regular season 18-13-1, and all-time, 20-14-1.  You have to like the 'big G' in #33.  G = 33 (Francis Bacon)

Remember, it was 'Wisconsin', that was the deciding state for the 44th man to be elected President, Donald Trump.  Wisconsin = 44

If the Packers win in Washington tonight, they will be 5-5, and the Redskins will be 5-4.  Here is what I see in that in regards to the election, which took place November 8, 2016.

11/8/2016 = 11+8+20+16 = 55 (Green Bay to become 5-5?)

Also, if the Redskins were to lose, they would be 5-4, the reflection of 45.  The election of November 8, was for the 45th President.  Forty-Five = 54; Fifty-Four = 54; Hell's Kitchen = 54

Trump was hanging out in Hell's Kitchen on November 8, 2016.

Then again, if the Redskins won, they would be 6-3, something like '63', the number connecting to '2016'.  We're also seeing major assassination foreshadowing, and links between Trump and JFK, who was killed in '63.

For Aaron Rogers, the biggest star in the game, this will be his 142nd game.

Thirty-Nine = 142 (SNF = 39)


He is playing for win 92, or loss 51 all-time.

He is also playing for his 39th road win all-time.

I think he gets it on SNF.


If he wins on the road, it will also be his 35th of the regular season.

Thirty-Five = 142; Thirty-Nine = 142; Forty-Two = 142

Notice it would also be his 85th win all-time.  

National Football League = 85
Washington Redskins = 85

Today's game is a span of 13-days from Rodgers 33rd birthday, December 2, 2016.


UPDATE:  Packers lost, falling to 4-6.  Packers = 28/37/46

I have to admit I am surprised by the Packers 4-6 record.

50 comments:

  1. Didn't you post an article about Aaron Rodgers disowning his whole family earlier this week?

    For that reason, I say Washington gets it.

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    1. joe Thomas sr from sc state 55 years old his son is on the packers for them to go 5-5 plus, the media dogging Rodgers is all the reason for him to come up clutch and silence the doubters

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    2. If Aaron Rodgers loses to Washington, the home-road record goes to 8-5 (or 85).

      Not selling Washington (I hate that team), but they do have some connections in their favor.

      At the very least, expect a VERY close game.

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    3. he can get his 35th away win and Rodgers has 35 bith numerology plus his birthday is 13 days away

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    4. But Green Bay win out right?

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    5. The Rodgers "story" this week is 99.999999% chance a HOAX. So he he doesn't lose anything by it. Probably gives him another edge.

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    6. I'm going to try and find evidence why Washington will win before the game starts... give me a few minutes.

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    7. Well, the only two passers in 2016 for Washington wear #8 Kirk Cousins and #5 Tress Way... another 85 connection to a home win for a 8-5 (home-win record) in Week 11.

      But, in Zach's own analysis, this is the 33rd meeting between Green Bay and Washington. Maybe they put the game in Washington to avoid too many sacrifice connects, but I take it as Green Bay being hung on their number in DC. Why DC? It is the capital of Freemasonry in the United States.

      Either way, I see a lot of numerology and a very tight score. Maybe 16-17, or 22-20, or 25-22.

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    8. Both announcers are picking Rodgers and the Pack. Not ideal for the Packers.

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    9. Who would win on Thursday with cowboys and redskins

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  2. if wsh lose they will be 4-10 on sunday night like 41

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  3. They said Rogers going to turn 33 years old in a couple of days

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  4. They last played each other 45 weeks ago on Jan 10th in the wild card game. 'Wild Card Game'=55 R, maybe packers get to 5-5.

    Rodgers has 135 games played, the wild card game was 315 days ago a rescrambling of 135.

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  5. does kirk cousins or jay gruden have any favorable numerology

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  6. Robert ApperleyNovember 20, 2016 at 5:31 PM

    every team that play thanksgiving have won today so far only team left redskins. plus packers 0-4 with white jersey this year. sunday night football home teams are 8-2-1

    **821 is the 142nd prime,rodgers in his 142nd game, Thirty-Five = 142; Thirty-Nine = 142; Forty-Two = 142, also if the redskins lose home teams will be 8-3-1 emphasis on the 8-3 (football=83)

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    1. meaning away teams are also 2-8-1 on SNF this year, 281 is the 60th prime, Mccarthy has 60 losses already I think he stays on 60 losses.

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  7. Washington might win cuz the announcers keep pumping up cousins like he is the second coming

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  8. Every time I see those numbers like 3rd & 3 from the WAS 3, you know some bullshit is about to happen.

    The Packers score a touchdown, it is NULLIFIED w/ some fantasy holding call. All that to avoid all those 3's on the score.

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    2. I'm now noticing the same thing every week, every game. It's not only these down/distance situations, but just the general flow of the game. Teams, especially ones at home, seem to succeed exceptionally immediately after the refs screw them over. The more I watch it, the more I'm reminded of a WWE referee who turns away and misses the chair shot, only for the good guy to score a roll-up pin or something.

      Thinking back to the Giants game against Baltimore earlier this season. Baltimore basically gets a free touchdown due to a BS pass interference call, giving them what appears to be the win. Only for Eli Manning to instantly connect with Beckham Jr. for a - wait for it - 66-yard touchdown to right the ship. Crowd's strings are pulled, and maximum vindication is felt.

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  9. Jay Gruden's next birthday is in 104 days. If Washington loses, they will have 569 Franchise losses. 569 is the 104th prime...

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    1. Packers just scored a TD with 10:04 remaining

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  10. Oh man! 22-10. Can they come back?

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    1. possibly, 23-22 is a score im looking at, for a sum of 45 which is a big number on the game, plus if they get the TD here it'll at least be a temporary sum of 39 (SNF=39)

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    2. Let him walk in lol, now at 39 total points

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    3. If they get another TD and miss the extra point?

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  12. I knew I shoulda did more research on kirk cousins

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  13. absolute bullshit lol, their rb was a yard short minimum on third down they go to break and then it's 4th & inches all of a sudden which allows cousins to sneak it. No one ever says anything either, people are dumb and deserve rigged leagues.

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    1. I was saying the same thing. I only caught the end of the game. That's what I call a "Patriot spot post 9/11".

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  14. He knew Norman were gonna knock that ball out his hands lol

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  15. Packers loss #553. 553rd prime? 4007. Date numerology of 47. 33rd matchup.

    And now a 66 yard run, will set up 66 pts total. Barring another shank pta. Such a joke.

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  16. Green Bay packers go 4 games without a win on a 4 day in numerology, sometimes it's that simple?

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  17. I'm wondering if the skins gonna do this to the cowboys in 4days

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  18. I knew it was over when they started pumpin kirk cousins at the beginning of the game

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  19. plus didn't do enough research on kirk cousins or gruden they had cousins looking like damn joe montanna out there

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  20. Home win/loss ratio 8-5 currently, looking for an 8-6, you think Texans can do it? On paper they are the "away" team in Mexico.

    Overall for the season it's 91-67-2

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    1. It's also the 46th week of the year, starting the week off with two teams going 4-6, Saints and Panthers, a theme around a Mr #91. Monday is the start of the 47th week.

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    2. The Raiders will crush the Texans. I almost think this is a gimme to the Mexicans for all the shit Trump has said and the BS Texans shovel on the border-crossers.

      It's going to be sweet watching the Texans get demolished south of the border. Let me go get my drink and chips. I want to enjoy this. (yes, I know it is rigged and staged but it will be a great show.)

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  21. Redskins go 6-3.

    63's divisors Sum to 104, just so happens coaches birthdays 104 days away. Shock.

    41 days left. Forty one = 46 + 118.

    Packers go 4-6
    Kirk goes 11-8 at home

    Sure theres more but thats my first observation.

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  22. Packers is on the schedule of all key games setting up for the traps and playoff spots

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  23. I'm gonna try to break down all the thanksgiving games plus Michigan vs ohio state, plus prolly da mnf game by tonight cuz I'm hoping to do a parlay on all those games or at least colts, Vikings, and Michigan but I'm gonna do this thoroughly I'm not even gonna assume colts, Vikings, cowboys, and wolverines win because I don't want one team busting my parlay again like the packers did last night

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