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It depends on how the previous games go, but you can usually point to either Game 4 or 5. For instance, when a team gets up 2-1, you can count on Game 4 as being crucial. Generally, if a team gets up 3-1 it's over. If it gets back to 2-2 than game 5 becomes the key game in the series.
Saw on ESPN that 76% of teams that win game 3 win the series
Why isnt there an every game button...
The last one.
Whoever wins that, wins the series.
"Believe that you are defeated, believe it long enough, and it is likely to become a fact." Norman Vincent Peale
I think game 1 many times sets the tone for the entire series. Also if the visiting team wins a game 1, they have already taken away the other team's homecourt or homefield advantage.
Game 13, Thanksgiving vs Dallas.
Look at the next 4 games.
New York Giants
This is where the season gets decided. Our offense can sputter here and there early. I think the defense can pull us through. But we need th Offense to be clicking by Thanksgiving, get the Dallas monkey off our backs and go into the final four games on a roll.
I expect the offense will struggle early but I also expect them to get better as the season progresses, the players know there rolls and Spurrier tunes the Fun n Gun to the NFL.
The season actualy starts to get down to the brass tacks two weeks earlier with the Giants (away) then St. Louis, but I think we have the edge on NY and no one expects us to beat the Rams anyway (although I think our D matches up well ).
No doubt about it. We have stunk in recent years in the big spotlight games. Getting the Dallas monkey off our backs with the whole nation watching will give us real momentum to make a run into the postseason.
Fortunatly, I am confident we will beat the 'pukes into wimpering submission by games end. Thank goodness. The alternative is too horible to consider.
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