Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals

This is part four of my NFL playoff preview series. To read any of the other three click on the appropriate link:

Ravens at patriots

Eagles at Cowboys

Jets at Bengals

This game is easily the game that I have the least interest in from the wild card round. It will be a battle between two pass happy teams, which should make it a good game to watch. I’d expect both teams to have around 300 yards through the air and at least two passing touchdowns for each. I’d also venture to say each quarterback will have at least one interception, but Kurt Warner is more likely to throw more than one because of the impressive Green Bay secondary. Continue reading

Baltimore Ravens at new england patriots

NB: I realize I’m posting this after the game has already started but I’ve been filling out student loan forms all morning and have the game DVRed, so I promise I haven’t seen any of the game yet, and I don’t think the first half should even be over at this point, so let’s get started:

This is part three of my 11-part series. To see the first two click on the appropriate numbers: one and two. So far I’m batting .500 getting the Jets win right and the Cowboys win wrong.

This game is extremely hard for me to pick without bias. I hate the patriots with a burning passion. These two teams have only met five times ever, and none of those meeting have come in the playoffs. The patriots have won all five meetings but the last two times they met (week four of this year and back in 2007) the Ravens had the win stolen away from them by the refs. Ray Lewis & Co. should be pumped up and ready to dish out some revenge in this game. Continue reading

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