Sunday, January 8, 2017

Discussion Thread | NFL Wild Card Weekend, January 7 & 8, 2017

12+87 = 99 (Thirteen = 99); 1/8/2017 = 1+8+20+17 = 46 (NYG = 46) (Packers = 46)

http://www.espn.com/nfl/scoreboard

The games will be played Saturday January 7, 2017 and Sunday January 8, 2017.

1/7/2017 = 1+7+20+17 = 45 (Thirteen)
1/7/2017 = 1+7+2+0+1+7 = 18
1/7 = 1+7 = 8

1/8/2017 = 1+8+20+17 = 46 (Packers) (NYG) (Super Bowl 46)
1/8/2017 = 1+8+2+0+1+7 = 19
1/8 = 1+8 = 9

From January 7, 2017, to the Super Bowl in Houston, Texas (46), is 29-days, or a span of 30.

From January 8, 2017 to the Super Bowl is 28-days, or a span of 29.  Football = 29

Last season, all the AWAY teams won on Wild Card weekend.

Away = 1+23+1+25 = 50 (It was the season of Super Bowl 50)



All-time the Texans lead the series 6-4, or you could say the Raiders trail 4-6.  Houston, Texas = 46

The Texans are playing for their 7th win, the Raiders for their 5th.

If the Raiders lost and became 4-7, it would match their name gematria.  Raiders = 38/47/74
It would also fit for the Texans to be 7-4 against the Raiders.   Raiders = 74

Recall, Ken Stabler was MVP in '74.  He played 74-games with the Raiders.

Also, this year, the Houston Texans are hosting Super Bowl 51, the 47th Super Bowl of the modern era.

4-7.... 7-4....

Houston Texans = 51; Conspiracy = 51
*San Francisco = 50 (Host of Super Bowl 50)


Despite them being likely to lose, the Raiders are in a good Super Bowl run season.

Fifty-Seven = 131; Championship = 131; Super Bowl = 131

If the Raiders pulled out a miracle and made it to the Super Bowl with their star QB injured, they would likely lose, becoming 3-6, kind of like '36'.  2016 = 20+16 = 36


It is the Texans fifteenth season (that makes me feel old).

Fifteen = 38; Raiders = 38

A win would make them 3-3 in the playoffs.



The Seahawks lead the series against the Lions 8-5.  A win would make them 9-5, a loss, 8-6.


Notice it is the Seahawks 41st season.  Seahawks = 24/33/42/51/87

Super Bowl = 41; 41, the 13th prime

Detroit = 91 (When you sum 1 through 13, it totals 91)
'45' date numerology for the game; Thirteen = 45


The Lions will either earn their 8th playoff win or 13th playoff loss.  Notice the Seahawks are eight point favorites.  Eight = 49; Washington = 49



The Steelers lead the regular season 12-11, and the Dolphins lead the postseason 2-1.  If the Dolphins pulled the major upset tomorrow, they would become 3-1.  Steelers = 31

Notice, they're currently tied at 13-13 all-time.







Notice the game starts at 4:40 EST.  Wisconsin = 44; 2/5/2017 = 2+5+20+17 = 44


The Packers lead the Giants regular season series 28-23-2, and the playoffs 4-3.  They have played 60 times and the Packers lead 32-26-2.

If the Packers win tomorrow, they'll be 5-3 in the playoffs against the Giants.  Eli Manning = 53
If the Giants win tomorrow, they'll be 4-4 against each other in the playoffs.  Wisconsin = 44

Notice the over / under at 44.5.


Notice the Packers are in their 96th Season.  Freemason = 96 (31+32+33 = 96)
Rodgers is 33-years old; G = 33 (Francis Bacon Gematria)
Packers could get their 33rd win against the Giants tomorrow
Packers could get their 33rd win in the playoffs all-time tomorrow
Eli Manning's January 3, 2017 birthday was 33-days from the Super Bowl, February 5


The Giants next playoff win will be their 25th.  Giants = 25 (97, the 25th prime)
Super Bowl 51, to end the 97th season of the NFL, is on 2/5

Let's examine Eli's and Aaron's stats.

Playoffs

All-Time

And Aaron's.

Playoffs

All-Time

If Rodgers loses, he'll be 7-7 in the playoffs.  Green Bay = 77
He would also be 3-3 at home, at age 33.

http://www.footballdb.com/stats/qb-records.html?type=&alltime=

Also, this game comes 91-days, or a span of 92, from their October 9, 2016 matchup in Lambeau, where the Packers won 23-16, a total of '39' points.  New York = 39; G-Men = 39; NY = 39


http://www.pro-football-reference.com/boxscores/game_query.cgi?tm1=gnb&tm2=nyg&yr=all


When you add 1 through 13 together, it totals 91.
13 Weeks is also 91-days.


This is the Giants 92nd season in the NFL.