Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Around the NFL
So entering the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs, there are a lot of things happening. To begin with, I pray for the offensive coordinators of the Green Bay Packers family and friends. It will be a tough week for the Packers. Entering Lambeau is the Red Hot New York Football Giants who played their best game of the season in a dominating performance over Matt Ryan ( BC SUCKS) and the Atl Falcons. This game is going to be decided on 3 factors: the Giants run game, Packers run game, and the Giants defense. Giants need to hold on to the ball as long as possible to stop the Packers and the Packers need to establish the run the stop the Giants Big Three Pass Rushers. JPP, Tuck, and Osi. Close game, I like the Giants in the upset.
Another game big game is TIM TEBOW vs TOM BRADY, I mean Broncos versus Pats. I like the Pats here in this game cause they will score with just three players, Brady, Gronk, and Hernandez. The only way the Broncos win is if Tim Tebow throws for 316+ yards and the team rushes for over 150 yards but I think the Dark Lord will play over the top help on the left side and make Tim throw to his right, his worst side. If Tebows wins, IF he does, I will be shocked.
Houston played a great game last week and are entering Baltimore on high note. However, I like the Ravens because the defense is still one of the best in the league and they are better home team this year. Houston does have a chance if Yates plays well and Foster runs even better than he did last game. I think the Houston defense will show up so it depends on the Houston offense.
The last game is the 49ers versus the Saints. Toughest game to call, 49ers play great at home and the Saints are bad away from NOLA. Saints can light up the scoreboard and the 49ers play you tight with a top defense. Saints have new found run game and the 49ers have one of the best run stops teams in the league. I am going with the 49ers with a late score to win.
So in recap, Giants vs 49ers in the NFC game and Pats vs Ravens in the AFC game.