Wow... that was some fantastic football this weekend. Congrats to the Titans for upsetting the mighty Chiefs and for Falcons for "upsetting?" the lowly Rams. Congrats to Sainst and Jags for their wins. Now we move on to the Divisional round. Points here are worth 3 each. Again we have 4 games and here they are:
Saturday, Jan 13:
#6 ATLANTA FALCONS (11-6) @ #1 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (13-3) 4:36 pm (NBC)
#5 TENNESSEE TITANS (10-7) @ #1 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (13-3) 8:15 pm (CBS)
Sunday, Jan 14:
#3 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (11-6) @ #2 PITTSBURGH STEELERS (13-3) (CBS)
#4 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (12-5) @ #2 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (13-3) (FOX)
There you have it .... can the Titans continue their run to the Super Bowl by beating the Patriots.... there are those who think they can (I am Patriots fan but Titans and Mariota scare me). Can the Falcons continue their run to the SB? They sure would like another shot at the trophy. Will the Eagles continue their meltdown without their starting QB?
What about those might Vikings... can they defeat the hot Saints? Can Jacksonville make it past the Steelers? You got some really great games this week and if the past 18 weeks have shown us anything.... anyone can and DO win on any given Sunday (or Thursday, or Monday or Saturday). Good luck kiddies on your picks... see you next week for the two Championship games to choose a winner from. It will not get easier.
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