Super Bowl Prediction

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* – Division Winner

+ – Wild Card Winner

AFC

1. Kansas City Chiefs

2. Baltimore Ravens

3. Buffalo Bills

4. Indianpolis Colts

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

6. Tennessee Titans

7. Las Vegas Raiders

NFC

1. New Orleans Saints

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Dallas Cowboys

4. Green Bay Packers

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

6. Seattle Seahawks

7. Minnesota Vikings Continue reading

AFC South

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1. Indianapolis Colts

Even with a less than ideal quarterback situation last year, they were still competitive and now adding QB Philip Rivers should improve those odds.

2. Tennessee Titans

They kept QB Ryan Tannehill and RB Derrick Henry while adding Jadeveon Clowney for the defense. Not a bad offseason.

3. Houston Texans

It would seem that Bill O’Brien is safely entrenched as the Head Coach/GM in Houston barring a catastrophic collapse.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars

To think it was only 3 seasons ago that they were one game away from their first Super Bowl appearance. Continue reading

NFC and AFC Championship Game Recaps

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50 Years Later

Yes, I did predict the Kansas City Chiefs to be in the Super Bowl before the start of the season. I didn’t have them winning, but they are there. After their Week 10 matchup against the Tennessee Titans this season I said, “The Kansas City Chiefs will never win a Super Bowl with a defense they currently have right now.” Continue reading

Recap of the Divisional Playoffs

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SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Richard Sherman #25 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates with teammates after intercepting a pass by Kirk Cousins #8 of the Minnesota Vikings in the third quarter of the NFC Divisional Round Playoff game at Levi’s Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Defense Is Their Calling Card

There has been an ongoing theme with the San Francisco 49ers this season and that has been their dominant defense. Continue reading

Recap of Wild Card Weekend

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Houston Texans kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn (7) watches his game-winning field goal against the Buffalo Bills during overtime of an NFL wild-card playoff football game Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020, in Houston. The Texans won 22-19 in overtime.(AP Photo/Michael Wyke)

Why Did It Go To Overtime?

The trend in the NFL has been to just go for it on fourth down more often than not. Whether you’re ahead or behind, the odds are most head coaches will go for it and consequences be damned. Continue reading