NFL Wild Card Weekend

8 NFL Teams Will Complete This Weekend To Play in their respective conference Semi-Finals

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Indianapolis Colts (10-6) at Houston Texas (11-5)

These two South Division Rivals kick-off NFL Wild Card Weekend at 3:35 (CST) Saturday.  Both teams have had similar regular seasons.

The Texans started off with a rocky 0-3 before reeling off 9 straight wins.  Ironically, that win streak was broken with a lost to the Colts.

The Colts began the year going 1-5 and had an impressive win streak to finish runner up to the Texans.  Their two regular season meetings were split 1-1.

This game looks to be a toss-up … both teams won on the road against each by exactly three points.  The Texans are favored by 1.5 and this wild card game looks to go down to the wire.

 

Seattle Seahawks (10-6) at Dallas Cowboys (10-6)

This NFC Wildcard matchup will be the late Saturday game with a kick off time of 7:15 pm (CST).  The Seahawks are 4-0 under Pete Carroll and The Dallas Cowboys have NOT won a playoff game since 2014.

The Cowboys are a slim 1 point favorite in this contest.  Although the Cowboys closed out the season on a 7-1 run, they are going up against a tough playoff-tested Seattle team.

Seahawks Russell Wilson is playing is best football ever.  It’s possible the Cowboy fans will have to wait another year for that playoff win.

 

Los Angeles Chargers (12-4) at Baltimore Ravens (10-6)

The high-flying offense of The LA Chargers will face the stingy defense of The Baltimore Ravens in the first game of the Sunday’s NFL Wild Card Weekend at 12:05 pm CST.

The Ravens beat the Chargers in Week 16 with their defense having an impressive outing.  Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was intercepted twice in that game and limited to 181 passing yards.

The experts are picking the Chargers to win a low-scoring affair, however this game is being played in Baltimore.  Everyone knows their defense usually rises to the occasion at home.

 

Philadelphia Eagles (9-7) at Chicago Bears (12-4)

These two NFC teams close out NFL Wild Card Weekend in the late game on Sunday afternoon at 3:40 p.m. CST (NBC).

The Defending Champions are come into this game as a hot team behind Nick Foles, but they are now facing the No. 1 ranked scoring defense.

The Eagles offensive line has played better down the stretch – but they will be challenged by a Chicago Defense that has re-incarnated the “monsters of the midway”

The key to the Bears winning this game will be finding a way to generating enough offense – The Eagles are defending World Champs and they are not going to go down without a fight.

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