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Who Wins Divisional Round?


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SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 @ 8:35AM (LIVE ON ESPN AND 7MATE)
:nflcolts::nflchiefs: (6) Indianapolis at (1) Kansas City

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 @ 12:15PM (LIVE ON ESPN AND 7MATE)
:nflcowboys::nflrams: (4) Dallas at (2) Los Angeles Rams

MONDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 5:05AM (LIVE ON ESPN AND 7MATE)
:nfllac::nflpatriots: (5) Los Angeles Chargers at (2) New England

MONDAY, JANUARY 14 @ 8:40AM (LIVE ON ESPN AND 7MATE)
:nfleagles::nflsaints: (6) Philadelphia at (1) New Orleans

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TIMES
....:nflnfc:. ..NFC: (Mon 21/1 @ 7.05am)
:nflafc: AFC: (Mon 21/1 @ 10.40am)

NB: VIC, NSW, TAS times
less 30 mins SA
less 1 hour Qld
less 1.5 hours NT
less 3 hours WA
 
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All of them should be cracking games

The op seeds are no absolute certainties. You'd expect the Patriots to win at home though, and whilst the Colts are some chance, Kansas should win at home. The other games are real toss of the coin matches.
 

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Eagles have faced Aaron Donald, J.J. Watt and Khalil Mack during their four-game winning streak.

Those three players have combined for a TOTAL of zero sacks and three QB hits against them.

Big credit to the offensive line and coaches for game-planning.
 
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Pats with Belichick have only ever lost 1 playoff game which wasn't a rematch from that season. That was last years Super Bowl

They're roughly 15-1 in those games
 

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Colts +6 @ KC - Seems right but lean KC. Hopefully a shoot-out but think Mahomes should exploit Indy's pass defense in the end more than Luck can the other way. Andy Reid looms.
Cowboys +7 @ Rams - Unlike Seattle, I don't see the Rams being so silly to run, run, pass, punt all match against Dallas' strong run defense.
Chargers +4.5 @ Pats - Seems generous for the Chargers but it is forecast to be below zero weather which is a question-mark for the warm weather Chargers.
Eagles +10 @ Saints - Lots of points for Big Dick Nick.
 

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#22
Tom Brady, Philip Rivers will be oldest pair of playoff starting quarterbacks

Posted by Michael David Smith on January 6, 2019, 5:51 PM EST



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In a season when so many young quarterbacks have played so well, a couple of old veterans are about to square off in the playoffs.

The Chargers are heading to New England to take on the Patriots, and that means 37-year-old Philip Rivers will take on 41-year-old Tom Brady. Their combined age of 78 is the oldest ever for two starting quarterbacks in an NFL postseason game.

Brady also had a share of the previous record, set three years ago, when he was 38 and faced off against the 39-year-old Peyton Manning in the AFC Championship Game.
There was once an even older pair of quarterbacks in a playoff game, on January 3, 1971, when 37-year-old Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts beat 43-year-old George Blanda and the Oakland Raiders. But although Blanda played almost the entire game, he came on in relief of the 29-year-old Daryle Lamonica, who started for the Raiders. So the record for starting quarterbacks belongs to Brady and Manning, and will be broken next weekend by Brady and Rivers.
 
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