Coin-flip games abound in playoffs; 10 things to watch this weekend
When's the last time you recall all four wild-card games being so competitive you wouldn't be surprised to see the road team win any one? Two roadies won last year, and three won in 2005. This year, I don't care what Vegas says. It's even-steven across the board entering the weekend.
Picking the games on the third-best weekend of the NFL season (behind the Divisional Weekend and Kickoff Weekend):
I know the Bengals were vanilla Sunday night, but you saw what I saw -- 27-0 at the half, Cincinnati incapable of stopping the Jets on the ground and even worse at getting anything going on offense. Does home-field advantage mean a sea change in how a team plays? I don't see it. The Bengals have to hope the return of
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In the past four weeks, they've morphed into a different team, running 40, 31, 38 and 35 times and becoming a
A year ago, the Cards started their Super Bowl run in this Wild Card slot at home by ransacking the Falcons. And it could happen again -- the Cardinals seem to rise in January, especially on defense, and I don't doubt