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The Day The Tebowing (Finally) Stopped.

I could be wrong, but I don't think a guy who barely completes 46% of his pass attempts is gonna win at Gillette Stadium. What say ye'?Consider this your NFL playoffs open forum.Question: Will all the Tebowing stop? Can B'More hold off the Texans? Will New Orleans' awesome offense squash the 49ers? Can Big Blue prevail on the frozen tundra?
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