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  1. #11
    Green Bay 41 - Detroit 20
    Receiving Yards - Randall Cobb
    Passing Yards - Aaron Rodgers

  2. #12
    Green Bay 27 Detroit 24
    Receiving Yards: Randall Cobb
    Passing Yards: Aaron Rogers
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  3. #13
    Final Score: GB:28 Det:17

    most recieving yards: Calvin Johnson
    most passing yards: Aaron Rodgers
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  4. #14
    GB: 31 Det: 27
    Receiving: Jordy Nelson
    Passing: Matthew Stafford
    Maurice Jones-Drew, Ryan Moats, Bernard Pierce, Margus Hunt & Green Bay Packers game used
    Maurice Jones-Drew - Different: 901/3118 Total: 1143
    Ryan Moats - Different: 173/366

  5. #15
    Thread closes when I log on in the AM. Get some more guesses in
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  6. #16
    GB 27-24
    Player with the most receiving yards: Calvin Johnson
    Player with the most passing yards: Matthew Stafford
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  7. #17
    Contest closed. With so few entries I will have a little wiggle on this contest. You still have to have the right WR and QB, along with the right winning team. But I will let total points slide if you are dead on.

    For example if you picked GB to win 27-24 and they win 31-20 or 34-17 something that still equals 51 and you have the other two correct also you will win
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  8. #18
    Green Bay 28 Det 21 Rec: Randell Cobb Passing: Rodgers

  9. #19
    No winners, will probably run one again next week or the following
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  10. #20
    I think this is a cool idea for a contest but basically unwinnable for anyone who guesses.

    If you're going to run a contest that is nearly impossible to guess like the exact score of a game, it seems like the winner should be the person who has the closest guess.
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