Went 2-2 last weeknd. Got the Sunday wild card games rights but the Saturday ones I didn't.
Let's see If I can do a better job on this this weekend's playoff games.
#6 Atlanta Falcons at #1 Philadelphia Eagles on NBC
And the Eagles will be trying to get through this game with their backup QB Nick Foles after Carson Wentz went down with a torn ACL in Week 15. The Falcons sant the Rams packing with a 26-13 win in LA, and they'll send the Eagles packing as well
Falcons to move on to the NFC Championship game
#5 Tennessee Titans at #1 New England Patriots on CBS
And after reading that story about their dynasty may be over, the Patriots are going to be in an angry mood.
Patriots to advact to the AFC Championship game
#3 Jacksonville Jaguars at #2 Pittsburgh Steelers on CBS
This is a rematch of a Week 5 october 8 game in which the Jags marched into Heinz Field and walked out with a 30-9 win that served notice to the rest of the league these aren't the Jags that sucked through much of the last decade.
It's playoff time and the Steelers will be itching for payback. And oh yeah, temp is forecast to be 18 degrees at kickoff.
And they'll get it too. Steelers to advance to the AFC Championship game.
#4 New Orleans Saints vs #2 Minnesota Vikings on FOX
Sam Bradford was the Vikings quarterback at the time, now it's Case Keenum (Go Coogs!)
The Vikings under Keenum have been 11-3. But the Saints have also evolved since that Week 1 loss. Their secondary went from being a mess to one of the strengths of the team,. Their rushing attack with Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram is one of the most potent in the league
Case is also making his first playoff start.
So who is going to win this game? As much as I'd love to see Case in the NFC title game and the Super Bowl that's being played in their home stadium, I'm going with the playoff experience of Drew Brees
Saints to march all the way to the NFC Championship