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    Matchups in the divisional round...

    49ers vs Packers
    Rams vs Bucs
    Bills vs Chiefs
    Bengals vs Titans

    Great games on paper, although I must say I'm least interested about that Bengals/Titans matchup, smart move by the NFL to put them on Saturday afternoon, I think they know it's the least desirable matchup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    Maybe a little too early to brag, but I went 6-0 in my picks for wild card week. From an objective standpoint, every team I thought was going to win won, but no upsets this weekend, 49ers winning was the only upset technically, but I saw many people picking them to win.
    I went 4-1 , I stayed away from 49ers-boys. I got the Pack, Rams, Bills, and Titans next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    Matchups in the divisional round...

    49ers vs Packers
    Rams vs Bucs
    Bills vs Chiefs
    Bengals vs Titans

    Great games on paper, although I must say I'm least interested about that Bengals/Titans matchup, smart move by the NFL to put them on Saturday afternoon, I think they know it's the least desirable matchup.


    Like with that highly desirable Monday night blowout last night that people turned off by halftime. 40 yards of offense with 2 ints down 21-0.

    Again, Titans and Bengals both beat the Chiefs and Bengals beat the Bill's.

    Titans beat the most teams in the NFL with a winning record, 8. They beat 3 of the other 7 remaining playoff teams.

    Polls recently showed people prefer day games and are worn out by the time night gAmes are on after a day of drinking and eating.


    But yeah...

    Bills - Patriots 47-14
    Chiefs - Steelers 42-21
    Rams - Cardinals 34-11

    ^ NFL sure knows how to pick night games for the playoffs...

    More exciting than Bengals/Raiders 26-19 and 49ers/Cowboys 23-17 both down to the wire.



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    The Rams are going to shock the world

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    Tannehill's first throw is a pick.

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    Titans did everything they could to lose that one. Wow.

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    Titans lost


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    When was the last time a team had 9 sacks but still lost? lol.

    Titans seemed to be in control of that game, but turnovers cost them big time.

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    As a Colts fan, I hope the Packers lose. Perhaps that will push Rodgers to request a trade again. My Colts are waiting to trade for Aaron Rodgers

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    When was the last time a team had 9 sacks but still lost? lol.

    Titans seemed to be in control of that game, but turnovers cost them big time.
    The turnovers were killer obviously. Outside of the last pick though the worst thing for me was having 3rd and inches in field goal range but calling a Tannehill read instead of a sneak or something with Henry.

    I love Vrabel but he didn't have a great day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawkFactory View Post
    Titans did everything they could to lose that one. Wow.
    I've never seen a 2nd year QB like Barrow. Maholmes and Brady were close.. People literally forgot about him this past off-season.

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    Jimmy G fell off so hard, I don’t get what happened to him he looked promising

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duderonomy View Post
    I've never seen a 2nd year QB like Barrow. Maholmes and Brady were close.. People literally forgot about him this past off-season.
    I mean in his second season Mahomes was the MVP and a Brady OT drive away from going to a Super Bowl. And probably winning one honestly.

    Having said that though, Burrow has an insane mindset in that he is truly unflappable. He holds the ball too long though and that will bite them against a better team. Or a team that doesn't turn the ball over 4 times.

    But his future is certainly bright. With him, Mahomes, Allen, and Herbert the QB position is going to be fun for the next decade.
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    Aaron Fraudgers

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    Damn, that blocked punt changed the game. Aaron Rodgers had plenty of opportunities to put SF away and he couldn't do it.

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