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This is album unwrap sports here to break down the divisional week in the NFL playoffs.
Going jump right into Saturday.
We had the Minnesota Vikings at the San Francisco 40 Niners.
40 Niners were victorious, 27 10.
That was a game.
I definitely I predicted.
I thought, uh, my score prediction for this game was actually 17 to 30.
Relatively Coke close with the 27 10 victory by the 40 Niners.
You know, this game went about the way I expected it.
If you look at my predictions, I definitely did not expect Kirk Cousins to be very successful against this 40 Niners defense.
They have a strong front seven.
Their secondary's playing exceptionally well.
They're one of the teams that, you know, like the Ravens, that I felt we're the best suited for this, you know, Playoff hall.
Um, you know, on defense there, even their second stringers were able to get sacks on the Vikings.
I thought it was an impressive victory by the 40 Niners.
All in all, he had a couple of moments, you know, to allow digs thio beat, I believe Withers****, but, you know, plays like that are gonna happen.
You're You're not gonna always showed a team out completely, but they definitely kept the Vikings down.
The defense did its job.
It's offense was putting up points.
There was a great showing.
You know, he made a very foolish throw that got intercepted, But I mean, other than that, he played very well to kind of keep the team in in line.
The running game kind of got going again.
Tevin Coleman had one of his games where you got hit himself in the end zone twice.
They really do have a three headed monster at running back with, you know, any one of those running bags being able to really break out the receivers.
You know, Born has always kind of been the, you know, the guy that people forget about with Debo, Emmanuel and George Kid also seeing him go into the end zone. Definite.
I think they really have a very strong unit overall, and they definitely took care of business against the Vikings.
For the Vikings, it was definitely a game where you know Kirk Cousins was not at his best.
His final stat line was 173 yards touchdown.
Ah, you know, he definitely was no accurate 21 out of 29 but a lot of passes that were just kind of screens, you know. Stefan Digs.
Two receptions, 27 yards.
Adam Dealing, five receptions, 50 yards, six receptions by Dalvin Cook.
So they were definitely going with the screen game a little bit, you know, Hitting, hitting the flats.
But, you know, it just looked like the 40 Niners defense was able to just stop anything that they wanted to kind of establish for the running game.
You know, Dalvin Cook, nine carries, 18 yards.
That's definitely unheard of with how great of a season he's had.
He's, you know, definitely proven himself to be, you know, pretty durable.
And I know he missed a couple games, but for this whole season, he definitely was stopping him.
You know, Kirk Cousins to beat you in.
You know, this defense was very impressive, you know, Richard Sherman was able to get that interception off Kirk cousins, but you know that he wasn't able to really get things going on the deep side of the ball.
You know, he kind of was game managing a bit.
It seemed like that's kind of the way his place.
That was kind of looking.
But in terms of overall performance, you know, I wouldn't say the Vikings did completely terrible.
But, you know, their flaws kind of came out of what their limit.
Their abilities are kind of limited to.
But for the Hey C gala to 293 things for joining the stream for the Vikings, you know they have two great receivers.
Rudolph has proven to be a solid option at tight end.
You know they have Dalvin Cook, who you know, is an exceptional runner Madison.
That looks like he could be, ah, viable second option.
You know, Boone had himself Ah, great game when it was his turn to get the ball in Week 17.
But for the Vikings, it was just a concerning loss.
You know, their defense.
Rhodes has been struggling here for the majority of the season, which you know to two years ago, he was known as a shutdown corner.
Those thing kind of happened with corners.
Longevity of being a dominant force is very tough, you know, Darrelle Revis said, it for such a ah, substantial amount of time that, you know, it's very tough to kind of keep that going.
So I'm not worried about him for next season.
But, you know, this team definitely struggled, you know, on the bright lights for Monday Night football.
They struggled against teams over over 500.
It was a very ah telling game for them, but ah, a lot of them.
A lot of people didn't have them beating them the same.
So I think a lot of credit goes to them for getting this far.
Kirk cousins, you know, showed a lot down stretch being able to, you know, establish the passing game and, you know, get his, ah receivers going, even though he didn't do that consistently near the end.
But what? Ah, great.
Just statement victory by the 40 Niners at home.
You know, they're gonna be at home this next week against the Packers.
I think that's gonna be bode very well for them because you know, who really wants to go to Lambeau and play in that freezing cold temperatures? But, uh, overall very entertaining game for the way that the game keep pace was going so, um, change of pace.
So that is the Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens.
Titans got the upset, 28 12.
It was a game where it was just so peculiar to see Lamar Jackson just not played to a high standard because this whole season he it was his season.
It was his year, it's his league.
Every time he stepped on the field, he was putting up numbers.
He was, you know, killing defenses with his leg's killing defense is with his arm, and I just It just feels like they came out and just thought it was gonna be an easy victory.
Tennessee Titans got in the last week, you know? They made it as a succeed, you know? Hey, they got a victory against the New England Patriots.
But, hey, you know Ravens defense is different.
Earl Thomas at his comments that you know patriots don't wanna tackle were built a little different, are we? We approach it a little differently, which I agree with.
I definitely was on the Ravens wagon on this game.
I thought they were gonna handle this game win by over 15 points.
I just I didn't give them Give the times enough credit.
I thought, you know, Tannehill would have to have a great game.
Henry would have to kind of establish himself.
And, you know, Ravens.
We just associate them with strong defensive play.
And I bought in and I just thought that the Lamar Jackson train was gonna keep on going.
But unfortunately for him, a new narrative is starting.
Based off his two first playoff games were two games where he struggled immensely and didn't play well.
But, you know, a lot of credit has to be given to the Titans defensive front.
They caused a lot of pressure, reached a lot of havoc.
Force Lamar to move, you know, move around in the pocket more than I.
I'd like to say he's used to, uh, not anything that is out of Lamar's, you know, Rain.
She's definitely able to move around the pocket and kind of get things going.
But for Lamar, it was a game where he just It just seemed like the Titans spent the whole week watching his tendencies, and every time he was throwing out route, they were right there.
Any time I like.
It just seemed like Lamar was just being too obvious to them.
But a lot of credit does have to go to the Titans that that was just unimpressive showcase against, you know, going to get one of the best running teams in the league, which was also disappointing that they didn't run the ball more to the running backs, you know, with how strong their running game is.
You know Mark Ingram was battling that calf injury, you know? He heard it pop when it first got hurt.
So, you know, he did miss a couple snaps in the believing the first have because of it.
So, you know, definitely think it was still a tender.
Gus Edwards is a good option on the running game here and there, here and there.
You know, he's able to break out and have a great game sometimes.
Well, you know, I'm just really surprised they didn't get more involved like that on the running game, and I saw that Lamar Jackson was kind of playing hero bar a little bit just in observation on their run options.
He kept it more often than I think he should have, only because the Times defense was over committing to him, which could have led, You know, a gap to be open for, you know, Ingram, for price for Edward.
So I think a lot of that had to be with accountability.
Lamar Jackson seems to be based on videos I've seen of him on the sideline and the way he talks about his team, that he's a very accountable leader, you know, when he had interception earlier in the season, he went apologized to everyone on the offense.
You know, something that really sets a president for the culture, and I think a little bit of that kind of crept in here and kind of made Lamar say I have to do this but I have to do this.
I have to get this, You know, by myself there's a lot of drops.
Could the rust factor be a thing? It could be, You know, once you're in repetition and people forget, there were two weeks where Lamar didn't play, you know, the week 17 where he was sat in the first wild card weekend.
So that's two weeks without, you know, game action.
So a little bit of rust is to be expected.
Things like that kind of happened.
You know mo mentum and rhythm.
I, for one, definitely believe in rhythm and kind of having, like a repertoire with how you do things.
I played baseball, so I was very I was.
I I definitely needed certain things to go a certain way during warm ups for me to just feel comfortable.
So I understand that there definitely was rust and you saw with a lot of the throws.
Receivers weren't able to make some easy grab.
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And in regards to that, I just think they just got caught.
You know, he's still a young quarterback, like he said in his postgame interview, when they brought up the whole, you've struggled in two straight postseason appearances.
You know, is that gonna be your narrative? And, you know, I know that, he said, You know, Hey, I'm young.
I know that it's sort of a cop out.
He's shooting himself somebody a little bit, but he is on leave.
Leave 23 years old, so I get it.
It's easy to start a narrative this early, but you know he does have to fight off that that that narrative, uh, it's trouble in the postseason haunts players.
It's just one of those things where, hey, you're great all season.
Why doesn't translate to the playoffs? But I think we learned from this.
He'll probably approach by weeks and rest time off a little differently.
You know, it's ZA second time, second year in the league.
Things were gonna come.
He's gonna experience things a little differently.
So I'm not worried about Lamar.
I don't think he's going to continue to struggle in the playoffs.
I don't think it's gonna be a Cowboys this past decade.
Getting only two wins, like not to take a shot at that was but just saying, I don't think this will be a narrative that will continue very long.
I'm very confident in his skills.
His ability Thio, you know, make throw sidearm throws, you know, ability to react and be aware to know.
Hey, I have to put the ball in this small little spot.
I can throw sidearm.
You know, not a lot of quarterbacks do that.
That's a That's an impressive uh, talent.
He has to be able to do that, so I think Lamar will be just fine, but it was very concerning just the defense.
I mean, we all know where the ball is going to was going. Henry.
It was my Henry.
It was going to Henry.
The ball constantly went through Henry, and I don't think that's a bad thing.
I know a lot of people on Twitter were cracking jokes like you.
We all know where the ball is going, but Derrick Henry is a tough guy to get down, at least as it appears to be washing these games.
He's just been on fire.
I mean, he said he has the most rushing yards in his 1st 4 games by believe over fit 50 60 yards.
Very impressive performances.
I Derrick Henry.
I think we really need to take a second and really appreciate what he's been able to dio this petty.
Considering, you know, defense is known at and doing this against Baltimore defense.
Uh, I know things, you know, Baltimore defense and kind of shaky here and there, but still a good defense.
Everyone knows that I was going to Henry.
He still may happen.
I mean, Ryan Tannehill had under 100 yards for the second consecutive playoff game didn't matter.
They got the victory.
And that's also an area that I think needs to kind of be stopped on Twitter just from seeing what people say.
So what if Tannehill didn't get over 100 yards? So what if he didn't throw 20 times? Let me just double check.
Yeah, 15 times in under both games.
If you can do that and win the game, that's perfect.
This next game against the Chiefs, I think he's gonna have to definitely get more involved in the passing game.
But again, if you can run the ball like that, they know it's coming and they can't stop it.
Why change it? Why? I try to, you know, try to be fancy.
Now the play action pass definitely needs to be something that they implement a little bit, especially going against achieves that you know, could really light of their defense definitely something that they need to work and worry about.
But the way Mike Gravel's been calling these games, I I really thought they were gonna be a one and done against Patriots.
Uh, just based on the Patriots history and the way they just kind of handle business I thought they were gonna take care of that.
They blew my expectations out of water.
They blew Mike's expectations.
This week they have another tough test next week in Kansas City.
If there's a team that could do it, I think the Titans can.
Based on these two weeks on these.
They've been doing died last couple of weeks because they needed help to get into the playoffs.
This team is the hot team.
This is the Cinderella team.
This is a team that, you know.
It would be just perfect that they were to win the Super Bowl only for the fact that this horrible is in Miami.
And how poetic would it be if Tannehill got benched in Miami, traded away to the Titans and he comes back and wins the Super Bowl as a uh in Miami as a Tennessee Titan.
That would be one of those storybook items great for the NFL, would be a great story.
I'm wouldn't be surprised if it happens now.
I mean, I'm not I'm personally I'm gonna sneak peek it.
I think the chief, we're gonna get that victory.
That's only meet going off my assumptions and how I see it.
Tennessee Titans have just handled business these last few weeks, and I wouldn't be surprised if they got this victory.
But I definitely think people need to not make a big deal about Tannehill not throwing it as much.
If they can't stop you, it is what it is.
Just keep on, jam it down the throat and you'll get that victory.
And they have completely shown that.
And I love the way that they had.
Derrick Henry will run the Wildcat and throw a touchdown pass.
No one would have expected that.
I didn't expect that.
It was a great play, and that's what I think.
Teams need to kind of embrace more, run the trick, play here and there.
You know, one that you're confident in that will really change the moment of a game.
Don't kind of fire guys up, you know, alignment of catch, a touchdown, things like that.
They just really rally the troops like you know, the skill players, you know, they love to see their their teammate, a tackle catch a touchdown.
Uh, it's just something that I think is good for the situation in the game like we all know, the Philly special was was such a momentous play.
I mean, it fired me up.
That was such a gutsy call.
And I think that, you know, especially on a play that you practice quite a bit.
It could really change just a project ary of a game and kind of put new life in your offense, putting your life in your defense.
So I all I am all for getting using the trickery a little bit more often.
So that's definitely something I'll be keeping an eye out.
But, you know, breaking by the Titans for the Ravens.
Hey, yet went 14 into, unfortunately, lost in the divisional round.
It's a tough loss, you know, But I would not be worried you're gonna be back in the playoffs again next season.
I am a firm believer of Lamar Jackson.
I don't think this is anything to be worried about.
Then we go to Sunday.
What a what what? Two great games we had.
Ah, Houston Texans hosting the cans City Chiefs 51 31 upfront.
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If you just look at the score, you that she's just completely dominated game.
It was it was probably just garbage time points, 24 in the first quarter.
Everybody and I mean everybody was just writing this game off.
All right, turn off school, take a nap.
If this, you know, LeBron James even said, Hey, game's over.
Isn't mad in love a little, but the cheese.
The Chiefs can just score, and it seems their own will kind of reminds me of the Oakland Raiders game where Raiders came out, got a big lead going in, and then Patrick Holmes those three touchdowns in the first court in the second quarter.
Patty Williams What? Believe four touchdowns in the media.
The second quarter.
Four touchdowns in the second quarter to get them in the lead.
2028 2 24 Now, this was one of those games where it was just so much fun to be on Twitter.
And if you're not on Twitter, if you're just, you know, casual user, you appreciate sports.
I definitely recommend jumping on Twitter, especially during games like this, you will see the funniest jokes that it's just a good time.
Everyone's kind of joke in Texans fans disappear for a little bit.
It was just such a swing in momentum.
It went from, you know, the Texans like all right, they scored a touchdown.
It was almost similar to the feeling of Ah, kind of when the Patriots came back into Falcons.
It was just so unbelievable, because, you know, when you're down 24 you start to kind of get in your own head.
It's it's Ah, mental thing.
It really throws everything off.
But for this chief's team, I think this was a statement victory.
I think this is the victory that, like what I said about DeShaun Watson last week against the Bills, This is one of those games where this is what gets Mahomes to that next year.
This is what establishes and justifies us putting him at the next year and for him to be able to leave this offense and, you know, get chunk plays and really, you know, methodically drive down the field and just, you know, get his team back into this game so impressive and and you know, for a lot of us who, you know.
We're very disappointed at the way that the Chief's Patriots game was last year, and we want to see my homes and a Super Bowl see him in the big game.
These are the moments that just, you know, will add to his legend, add to his reputation and things that I think will be just bode very well for him.
Kind of like what I was saying about Lamar Jackson with, You know, those two playoff loss of will haunt him.
This these are These are the games where my home solidifies his, you know, ascent, ascension into the top tier of the quarterbacks with, you know, Tom Brady, possibly in the next.
Maybe the season next season are the next two seasons, you know, hang up the cleats.
It's great that we have these young quarterbacks that are really establishing themselves and, you know, giving us new faces to the NFL.
But you know, definitely great performance at the end by the can City Chiefs defense.
You know, it's always your almost shell shocked.
When that happens, you give up all these points and it's like, Oh, you know, what are we gonna d'oh! For them to be able to get it together, keep the Texans, you know, out of saying keep them out of the end zone.
Keep them away from even torn a field goal up until the third quarter, when they scored a touchdown.
They definitely deserve a lot of credit because, you know, to start off the game, you know, allowing all those points now.
One of them was from a poor return touchdown.
Those plays air base. Those plays happened.
Those could be momentum changes.
But they didn't allow that to be the thing that just changes the trajectory of this game.
They handle business.
I am very impressive, tyrann Matthew.
I think he's such a underrated, underappreciated safety because we make a lot about you know, Landon Collins in New York when he was in New York.
Not so much for he's on the rescue that he talked about Jamal Adam's Earl Thomas.
You know all these safety is that, you know, just impressive in their own right.
I don't think tyrann Matthew gets the appreciation he should.
He's just one of those.
He just has an instinct for the ball, you know, even you would see it back in his days.
He was just such a threat.
Every play he was able to to make some sort of effect on it.
You know, that's just what it felt like.
And I think he's really found himself in a good spy here with the Kansas City Chiefs, especially knowing, you know, you have one of the gentlemen of the next generations best quarterback talents, you know, putting up points behind you.
Almost kind of like, You know, how they describe that.
You know, quarterbacks that have great defense is, you know, Bacon kind of say, Hey, I'll score touchdown or two And I'm comfortable Chiefs defense have the opposite benefit of knowing we got Patrick Holmes.
He could score in Bunches.
We're just fine and you know that's great.
But I have been impressed with the way the Chiefs have kind of slowly started to progress into ah stronger unit because that's what was their Achilles heel last last couple of years.
So it's been great to see that kind of change, and I think Tyrone Matthew is definitely a big part of that.
You know their defensive front has been performing exceptionally well, especially when Mom's went down.
So I think this team is definitely in a good position to Ah Goto, Cyril.
I think this team, along with the 40 Niners, are, in my opinion, the most complete teams out of each league.
Uh, now on into the next game, we have the Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers.
Packers won that game, 28 23.
It was all Packers early on.
It was just the Seattle Seahawks defense is very probably say they're not.
They're not able to kind of shut things down.
I know they've had games where they were, but overall, you know their rankings.
You know, they're they're susceptible to the run.
They're susceptible to the past.
Jadeveon Clowney really only has a couple of plays that where he makes during the game, he hasn't really been the enforcer or the kind of game changer.
And by that I mean kind of like what Aaron Donald does.
Watt does where you know they'll attract the double team.
They'll force pressure and kind of allow someone else to come in, You know, make your teammates better.
I don't think that David Clowney has gotten there.
I don't know if he is that type of player.
I think he's one of those, you know, put him in a spot and he'll do well around a great surrounding cast, which you know they have Bobby Wagner.
It's one of the best linebackers in the NFL, but other than that, I don't think I think he does need a new enforcement on the other side like J. J.
Watt. I think that's why they played very well together.
I know they weren't the most dominant ends together, but they played exceptionally well, especially, you know, they have their games where they were just completely dominant.
But for the Seahawks, they don't have that other guy on the other side.
Ziggy Ansah has been struggling to stay on the field, is just not been working out for their defense.
Their moves have not kind of brought to fruition the change of the defense that they were expecting on it.
But when you really break it down, this team is just been in and out of games very often that they get down and you know like they did this in this game that they start to come back started to make it a contest again.
But, you know ah, lots going to be made out of that.
Um, first down on that 39 after watching replay, that wasn't a first out.
I genuinely believe that when he hit the ground, his helmet was the only thing passing the line of scrimmage.
Now don't get me wrong.
I know that the yellow line is not always accurate.
I could be wrong.
But based on that line where his head landed is where the only thing passing the first down when he was on the ground.
And it's not like he had the ball up here.
He had the ball at his torso.
There's no way that should have been a first down.
Now, before anybody says anything, I think you know Hey, it was the fourth down would've been for it down in inches.
Would the Packers have gotten it? Probably.
But it's the fact that now it kind of leaves a bad taste in the mouths of, you know, the fans like I am not offended either.
Those teams and I was kind of like that's kind of disappointing because you don't want it to end that what you wanted to be correct.
What is the point of replay if they can't get those calls right? Because, look, I saw two different angles where it was clearly not a first town, but they just kept it at as it is, and I know they go to review it in New York.
But that's terrible. I'm sorry.
Like, I don't know.
Personally, I don't know the rules to, um, how much evidence you really need to overturn something, but I thought there was substantial enough to overturn it.
Four down an inch is if they get it, they get it.
But what's it going to replay? If we can't get it right? What's the point? It's were literally back where we were a decade ago, when they were just starting to add instant replay.
It just doesn't make sense to me.
We get these instant replays to get correct calls to not have game altering mistakes be the reason the team gets to the next round like that's not what we want.
And that's not what the NFL should want.
But all these changes, they make the instant replay.
You know, it's it's unfortunate that they haven't been ableto consistently get things right because it's almost like Then why are we even going through all these steps? But, you know, congrats to the Packers.
They were completely dominated for the majority for all this game, and they definitely almost kind of Seattle DDE the Seahawks the way that they had the dagger against the Eagles with, you know, throw overto decay. Metcalf.
But with Davante Adams, I'm very concerned about Lazard.
He didn't return in this game.
I think he's the closest thing they have to a number two receiver.
I think he could develop to be that number two guy.
I have seen a lot of route running and just his awareness.
When he's on the field, so possibly be a good number two for them.
That will be seen.
That will be, you know, something to look at for this next season.
But hopefully he's not out for this next week as they're going to go to San Francisco, gonna be a major game.
But you know, Seattle struggled for the majority of this game.
They really couldn't get anything going until the second half, but too little too late.
Um, Russell Wilson and Company.
They were able to get a lot of close victories this season.
Thio Get them to the record.
They were, you know.
Ah, very high ranked, Ah, number five seed.
That could have been a number two seed.
So it's understandable, you know, things like that happen, But, uh, Seattle needs to really invest in their defense.
They definitely don't have that enforcer anymore.
Wagner is great, but you need to give him some pieces.
Kwan Dre digs is a step in the right direction, but you need some pass rush on this team.
I know. Hey, look, they got sacks. Great.
But there wasn't enough pressure to really mess with Aaron Rodgers, which, hey, he was able to move around the pocket.
He's a somewhat mobile quarterback, can move around just very disappointing for the seat of the Seahawks to go out that way.
I'm sure playing in Lambeau Field was, uh, an issue in its own with how cold it is and how it feels on your face.
But, you know, for the Seattle Seahawks, rough way to lose.
Especially, you know, almost coming back.
And, you know, having that bad taste about that bad call.
But this is what I always say the to the teams I coach.
I'm like, Hey, what if it comes down to us losing it on a call? We weren't in the game a swell as we should have been, but regardless, you should make the right call.
But hey, congrats of the pack careers. They got it done.
They got that victory.
And you know why.
Don't lie, I guess.
I mean, he thinks they got on their first down, but I definitely disagree with the way that that replay was given.
But truths of the backers and congratulations to the, uh, to the Packers again for making it to the next round.
Tough way to lose after really being somewhat really strong and consistent team for the majority of season.
Getting those last minute victories.
Unfortunately, we're not able to get this one.
Uh, I was going to go over to the conference weekend to review the two games Sunday in the afternoon.
We have Tennessee Titans at Cannes, City Chiefs.
It's gonna be a cold game.
I I'm gonna go with the Chiefs.
I just think Mahomes has just too much firepower.
I think he he will be ableto maneuver audible, do what he needs to do to make sure the Tennessee past rushes and as effective as they were against Lamar Jackson, I don't think it's gonna be an easy game.
I think you know the way the chief's approached.
Derrick Henry will kind of boat for how the direction of the game goes.
If Derrick Henry can keep on being dominant in the running game, I think the Titans will be just fine and get that victory because they are the true up the clock.
They just, you know, take away all this time.
You know, Hey, little bit of play action here in their little you know, a couple passes here and there with Tannehill.
But I think Tana has to get more involved in the passing game against the Chiefs because, you know, the Chiefs have the ability to score in Bunches and I have a feeling they will score in Bunches.
I you know, I think the Tennessee defense is very formidable defense.
They definitely showed it against the Baltimore Ravens, but ultimately I don't think that'll be enough against the Qin City Chiefs.
I definitely expect my home So I have another, you know, three plus touchdown game.
I was very impressive. Damian Williams.
You know, he didn't get that many carries.
Let me just double check before I finish that statement.
It was, you know, kind of self.
Two touchdowns in this game.
12 carries, 47 yards.
Very surprised that, um, shady McCoy didn't get very much playing time.
Uh, not sure if he was on the injury report.
I thought he was I didn't see him on the injury report so very surprising to see him Not really not get any touches whatsoever, but, you know, Hey, he's still an option.
That passing game.
He still has that ability.
I'm sure Andy Reid knows how to kind of get him involved.
Maybe he felt like he didn't need to get him in there.
Don't know, but Damian Williams, you know, ran the ball pretty well.
Uh, got those touchdowns when you when you need him.
Kind of like the Marshawn Lynch's factor of Hey, he did.
He got one year touchdowns, but, hey, you still got to get in the end zone.
But I have the chief's getting this victory, I wouldn't be surprised the Titans somehow pull this off.
They got that Cinderella feeling going with them and no betting on them.
I think that if you have your believer in them, you could make some serious cash off the Tennessee Titans picks.
But for the Sunday night game or the Sunday afternoon game with agreement, Packer's going to San Francisco to face the 40 Niners.
It'll be Aaron Rodgers back in, nor Cow believe he is from Northern California.
I have the 40 Niners getting this victory.
I don't think it's gonna be definitely thing is gonna be a shutout.
I think it's gonna be kind of like the kind of like the game the, um, 40 Niners head against the Vikings.
Not that drastic were only 10 points are scored.
I think it'll be like some 35 40 points from the from the 40 Niners, which I know it sounds a little weird because they haven't been known to kind of blow it up like that.
But I think they'll be ableto, you know, play very well against this Green Bay front.
I ultimately think this defense is just as a unit there.
They're the best unit in the NFL, in my opinion, and I'm just talking about just watching the games just the way that they could, you know, put pressure on the on the quarterback, the way the corners were able to, you know, cover as a unit.
The way that you know, the punishing tackle against Hollister.
They just, you know, Saleh has has really done a great job with his defense, getting them together, getting them to play as a unit, and I think ultimately that's what's gonna get him the victory against the Green Bay Packers.
But you know, Green Bay definitely impressed me this past week.
You know, they've been a very hot and cold team, know that they got shut out by the Chargers.
They are shut out by the 49.
You know that they are able to be shut out.
My biggest thing and what I've been just preaching all season is if you can stop Aaron Jones, you can keep this team in check because a lot of the offense exceeding a lot of this offense goes through Aaron Jones and like we saw in this game, you know, two touchdowns.
He was very involved in this game.
Just get his exact stats just to confirm Aaron Jones.
Not a lot, but he did get two touchdowns and Aaron Jones one reception, four yards.
So excuse me on that point, but, like I said, getting into the end zone of the biggest thing regardless, if you're struggling, you could break off enough will run to get in the end zone just great.
And Davante Adams really stepped up.
I didn't really see anybody on the Seattle side.
Really, uh, be able to contain him.
He's a great route running great hands.
You know, he's very elusive, but I think the 40 Niners will have the staff to be able to handle that kind of force.
Rogers to win this with, you know, Marquez, Lazar and Geronimo.
And you know Jimmy Graham as well.
But ultimately, I think this team is just too strong and, you know, kwon played.
You know pretty well against the Minnesota Vikings, you know, as more as he gets another game in, gets his legs under him stages.
We've got an All Pro lime, a Pro Bowl caliber linebacker back.
You know, it's just like they're just getting hired at the right time.
And I think the 40 Niners are gonna handle this game pretty easily.
I know the Packers, you know, made a big statement against the Seattle Seahawks.
You know, took the lead early.
Don't think that's the case this time around.
So that means my Super Bowl prediction is the can City Chiefs against the San Francisco 40 Niners in Miami February 2nd or third.
Remember which day it was now? But that's my Super Bowl prediction.
Based on my picks this week.
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