Saturday 1/14 (4:35 PM)
Seahawks @ Falcons: If this was in Seattle i would go with the Seahawks and maybe if they had Earl Thomas but they have neither of those things going for them. Falcons Win 27 - 24 over the Seahawks.
Saturday 1/14 (8:20 PM)
Texans @ Patriots: Brock is not the man to get the job done against a real QB. Patriots win 31 - 9 over the Texans.
Sunday 1/15 (4:40 PM)
Packers @ Cowboys: The Packers are rolling and they have playoff experience. The Cowboys are entering with two rookies at their two most important offensive positions. They also might be without Tyron Smith. I think if this game can stay on the ground for Dallas and they don't need to score back and forth with the Packers they win but if they fall behind the Packers will blow Zeke out of the water. Packers win 30 - 28 over the Cowboys.
Sunday 1/15 (8:30 PM):
Steelers @ Chiefs: This game by many is being called a surprise underdog for the Steelers but i think they belong the underdog. I think we will see them struggle to keep Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce covered and the Steelers will fall too far behind to be able to lean on Le'Veon. Chiefs win 21 - 17 over the Steelers.
---- Matt Koontz
Houston Texans @ New England Patriots. The Patriots are almost impossible to beat in Foxboro in the playoffs, and they already destroyed the Texans once this season. This week, the Patriots take one more step towards the Super Bowl and beat the Texans. Final score: New England Patriots 35, Houston Texans 14.
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers are the lower seed this year, but they're the team to watch in this matchup. Pittsburgh's offense would worry me this week, even against a solid Chiefs defense. That being said, the Steelers have no defense, rendering the Chiefs the team to beat this week. Chiefs win, barely thanks to the lack of a Steelers defense and the game-changer Tyreek Hill in KC. Final score: Kansas City Chiefs 24, Pittsburgh Steelers 21.
Seattle Seahawks @ Atlanta Falcons. This might be the game of the week. The Falcons are almost impossible to beat at home, and the Seahawks are a Superbowl threat every season. That being said, I think the Falcons squeak out a close one at home this week. Final score: Atlanta Falcons 27, Seattle Seahawks 24.
Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys aren't playing in the regular season any more, and while this is an extremely talented team, they are also extremely inexperienced in the postseason. The Packers win this one based on the fact that they are always tough to beat in the playoffs. Final score: Green Bay Packers 28, Dallas Cowboys 24.
Falcons beat Seahawks, 27-24.
Patriots beat Texans, 35-13.
Packers beat Cowboys, 23-17.
Chiefs beat Steelers, 27-23.
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