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Sowing's Divisional Picks

Went 4-2 predicting the Wildcard round, now it's on to the Divisional round!
1Big Cheese
Punishment Park

#6 Rams (11-6) at #1 Packers (13-3): The Rams' defense showed why they're the NFL's best unit on Saturday as they refused to let Russ cook, or even get near the kitchen. The win didn't come without a cost however, as Aaron Donald, Cooper Cupp, and John Wolford were all added to the team's growing injury list. A fully healthy Rams team might have an outside shot at an upset, but as they limp into Lambeau instead, the outlook is bleaker. The Packers were the clear-cut best team in the NFC all year long, Aaron Rodgers is the favorite to earn MVP, and the whole team is coming off a week of rest. No need to overcomplicate this one. Pick: Packers 37, Rams 20
2Lord Buffalo
Lord Buffalo

#5 Ravens (12-5) at #2 Bills (14-3): The Bills held on for dear life against a frisky Colts squad, and had it not been for a series of self-inflicted wounds by their opponent, the Bills might have lost. Buffalo's suspect run defense also allowed the Colts to go straight through them, and now the NFL's top rushing attack is coming to town. If the Bills sell out to stop the run (and they will have to in order to hold any hope), then it will be up to Lamar Jackson to win with his arm - which has always been a struggle. A lot of this will come down to game flow: If the Bills go up early, then I like them to win handily - this Ravens team isn't built to play from behind. If the Ravens go up early, then the Bills' prolific passing attack could still bring them back. With one extra avenue towards a possible victory, I like Buffalo to advance to their first AFC championship game since the 1994/95 season. Pick: Bills 30, Ravens 24
3Big Chief
Platinum Jive

#6 Browns (12-5) at #1 Chiefs (14-2): Here come the Browns! After a shocking 48-37 wildcard upset over Pittsburgh, nobody can look at them as the same old pathetic losers from decades past. Their reward for success is a road trip versus Kansas City to play a well-rested 14-2 defending Superbowl champion team, featuring a quarterback with a Brett Favre reminiscent arm and Steve Young reminiscent legs. Between the Browns' momentum and the Chiefs' expected level of bye week rust, I do actually see Cleveland taking an early lead to the tune of 10-0 or 14-0. But I also fully expect a trademark Chiefs' bounceback once those first quarter jitters are behind them. The Browns gave up 37 to the Steelers' oft-anemic offense...I'd hate to see how many ways Mahomes can slice and dice them. Pick: Chiefs 41, Browns 24
4The Boondock Saints
Release The Hounds

#5 Buccaneers (12-5) at #2 Saints (13-4): In a battle of the geriatrics, we get a 41 year old former world champ in Drew Brees pitted against a 43 year old six time world champ in Tom Brady. This will be one hell of shootout between two of the greatest QBs of all-time, so no matter who wins, we all win as viewers. While the Buccaneers field what is virtually an all-star offensive roster with Tom Brady, Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, and Leonard Fournette/Ronald Jones, I expect the Saints' vastly improved defense to slow them down slightly better than the Washington Football Team managed. Even if they can just hold the Bucs to under 30 points, it might be enough for Brees and co. to eek out a win at home. This is going to be an instant playoff classic, but I expect the entire Saints' team - on both sides of the ball - to pull out all the stops and keep Brees' retirement tour alive. Pick: Saints 31, Buccaneers 26
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