Now its time to look at wildcard sunday. Lets start in Kansas city shall we.
Baltimore Ravens at Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City wasnt supposed to be in this position but here they are. They are lead by developing quarterback Matt Cassell and running back Jamal Charles. The offense can score points, the defense can stop the run but how many times have i said experience wins in the post season. This will be the case here, Ray Rice will run the football. Joe Flacco will make a few throws to Anquan Boldin and the defense all be it, a little long in the touth will make just enough plays to win. In the end Baltimore wins by a touchdown but Kansas City gets a nice learning experience for 2011.
Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles
To me this is the most entertaining game of the weekend. It pits two of the best quarterbacks in the NFC again each other in Michael Vick and Aaron Rodgers, two good defenses and two experienced head coaches. For as much as I like what Philadelphia can do on offense, I like what Green Bay can do even more. The Packers without Aaron Rodgers almost beat New England, so what does that say. They took care of business when they had to again the Giants and Bears. The Pack is on a roll, they are not afraid of Michael Vick and might have the best set of wide recievers in football. So with that being said im taking the road team in this game not only to win this week but to go all the way to the superbowl.
So to recap I predict ur NFC winners will be Green Bay and New Orleans and your AFC winner will be the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens. Enjoy your football and be sure to tune into Whats Brewin on monday as George and I recap the weekend in the NFL and start looking ahead to the divisional round. Have a happy weekend everyone.