For many of us, nothing brings more excitement than the NFL Playoffs. We wait so long for the start of the season, and then get dazzled by all the regular season action. For those fans lucky enough, the playoffs arrive and it's time to cheer their favorite to the Super Bowl! The NFL has been truly exciting this year so let's take a look at the playoff schedule.
Playoff action kicks off January 4-5, with the teams that earned a wild card berth. For the AFC, the San Diego Chargers (9-7-0) match up against the Cincinnati Bengals (11-5-0), and the Kansas City Chiefs (11-5-0) face the Indianapolis Colts (11-5-0). For the NFC, the New Orleans Saints (11-5-0) match up against the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6-0), and the San Francisco 49ers (12-4-0) face the Green Bay Packers (8-7-1).
In the first game at 4:30 p.m. ET, we have the Kansas City Chiefs at the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts are riding fairly high of late posting wins in their last three games. Andrew Luck and company have been getting it done with a stingy defense, and good ball control offense. On the other side, the Chiefs started out hot, but certainly haven't finished that way losing five of the last seven games.
The second game at 8:10 p.m. ET, gives us the New Orleans Saints at the Philadelphia Eagles. The Saints had a perfect home record at (8-0), but went (3-5) on the road. Right now, the Eagles are arguably one of the hottest teams in the NFL. They finished strong and have won four consecutive games at home.
In the first game at 1:05 p.m. ET, we have the San Diego Chargers at the Cincinnati Bengals. The Chargers heavily depended on Philip Rivers early, but now having a solid running game with a strong defense. The Bengals have been stellar at home this year, and they will need to be if they want to break a 24 year postseason losing streak.
The second game at 4:40 p.m. ET, gives us the San Francisco 49ers at the Green Bay Packers. The 49ers have won six in a row, and are the hottest team entering the playoffs. The Packers are rejuvenated thanks to the return of Aaron Rodgers. The Packer offense can be deadly, but will really need some help from an at best average defense.
The NFL Playoffs start this weekend. There should be plenty of action to excite the fans whether their team is in or not. This Wild Card weekend is primed to be quite memorable indeed!
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