Immediately after a team is eliminated from the playoffs, it's time for the front office to think about what went wrong and how to fix it in the offseason. What should the teams that lost in the Divisional Round do to make a Super Bowl run next season? Here are my thoughts.
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With the conference championship games looming, here are four takeaways from the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
Four of the NFL's best quarterbacks will face off this Sunday in the league's two Divisional Round games. Young studs Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson will take the field in the AFC matchup, while Super Bowl winners Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson will go in the NFC game.
Points were at a premium in the NFL Wild Card Round, as all four games went under the total. Saturday’s Divisional Round games may be similar, but the scoreboard should light up a bit more Sunday.
If you followed along last week, BetAmerica hit on four of five prop bets on the first round of the playoffs. To get you in gear for Saturday and Sunday’s Divisional Round, here are five more props to consider.
The Baltimore Ravens took the NFL by storm with a league-best 14-2 record and 12-game win streak to close out the regular season. On Saturday the No. 1 seed in the AFC will get its first taste of postseason competition in the Divisional Round of the playoffs and is projected to march past its opposition straight to the Super Bowl.
Hold onto your hats, as the Houston Texans will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Jan. 12 at Arrowhead Stadium. BetAmerica columnist Marty V has crunched the numbers and has a full preview of this eagerly anticipated AFC Divisional game.
The first round of the 2019 playoffs kicked off in electrifying fashion, with two overtime nail-biters, three road team victories, and the possible end to a dynasty. Here are four takeaways from Wild Card weekend as we look ahead to the Divisional round on Saturday.
With only eight teams left in the NFL postseason, the cream has most certainly risen to the top. Only the best teams remain, but this is still football, so no team is perfect. Let’s take a look at the flies floating in the cream. That is, each remaining team’s weakness, as we head to the second round.