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I've been doing some thinking, and I think I've got an idea of how this year's playoffs will shape up, and who's going to win.  So, without further adieu, here's who's going to win each game and what the final score is going to be for each game of the playoffs:

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 22, Bills 20

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 23, Titans 20

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 30, Vikings 24 (OT)

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 30, Seahawks 24 (OT)

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 26, Eagles 22

AFC Divisional Playoff Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 29, Texans 21

AFC Divisional Playoff New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 23, Patriots 21

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 24, Saints 22

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 27, Chiefs 23

NFC Championship Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 25, Packers 21

Super Bowl LIV San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 26, 49ers 24

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Thanks, you just saved me a ton of time having to watch the games.

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How’s it going out there on that every favorite wins a one possession game and every team scores at least 20 limb?

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I've done very little thinking but here's my prognostication anyway:

Wildcard Weekend:

Bills...16    Texans...24

Titans...12  Patriots...24

Vikings...13  Saints...34

Seahawks...31  Eagles...27

Divisional Weekend:

Patriots...19  Chiefs...29

Texans...10  Ravens...34

Saints...31  Packers...20

Seahawks...19  Niners...31

Championship Sunday:

Saints...39   Niners...23

Chiefs...27   Ravens...24

Super Bowl:

 Saints...29   Chiefs...34

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I'm just gonna go with what I want to happen (and think plausible)

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 17, Bills 23

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 19, Titans 28

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 42, Vikings 24 

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 21, Seahawks 15

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 35, Eagles 12

AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 28, Titans 33

AFC Divisional Playoff Buffalo bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 33, bills 17

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 24, Saints 30

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans

Final Score: Titans 27, Chiefs 23

NFC Championship NO saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: Saints 25, 49ers 21

Super Bowl LIV NO Saints vs Tennessee Titans

Titans win a shocker (30-24) as Derrick Henry breaks the record for most rushing yards in a super bowl with 205 yards

Quick trivia - does anyone know the current record holder? :oldunsure:

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26 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

Titans win a shocker (30-24) as Derrick Henry breaks the record for most rushing yards in a super bowl with 205 yards

Quick trivia - does anyone know the current record holder? :oldunsure:

I can't think of his name but it was the dude from the Redskins back in the 80's....only reason I remember that is because he was a rookie making his first start

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Timmy Smith.  Not sure, but didn't he have 208 yards rushing?

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13 minutes ago, wlwiles said:

I can't think of his name but it was the dude from the Redskins back in the 80's....only reason I remember that is because he was a rookie making his first start

Timmy Smith

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14 minutes ago, wlwiles said:

I can't think of his name but it was the dude from the Redskins back in the 80's....only reason I remember that is because he was a rookie making his first start

Timmy Smith, Redskins. SB XXII

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Timmy Smith.  Not sure, but didn't he have 208 yards rushing?

 

Just now, Uruk-Hai said:

Timmy Smith

204

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I'm not going to post how I think all these games go, but I think it's likely that NO is playing in GB, and I feel like most are assuming NO wins on the frozen tundra........feels like a classic over-look.

 

I like KC to rep the AFC and either GB or the 9ers out of the NFC.....I'm leaning GB because of the Rodgers factor and playoff inexperience of the 9ers.......I like KC for similar reasons.....Mahomes factor and Lamar with no playoff experience.

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49 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

I'm just gonna go with what I want to happen (and think plausible)

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 17, Bills 23

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 19, Titans 28

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 42, Vikings 24 

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 21, Seahawks 15

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 35, Eagles 12

AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 28, Titans 33

AFC Divisional Playoff Buffalo bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 33, bills 17

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 24, Saints 30

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans

Final Score: Titans 27, Chiefs 23

NFC Championship NO saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: Saints 25, 49ers 21

Super Bowl LIV NO Saints vs Tennessee Titans

Titans win a shocker (30-24) as Derrick Henry breaks the record for most rushing yards in a super bowl with 205 yards

Quick trivia - does anyone know the current record holder? :oldunsure:

I would love this to actually happen!  I picked up Tannehill and AJ Brown on waivers this season and have thoroughly enjoyed watching them, along with Henry, play.

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59 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

I'm just gonna go with what I want to happen (and think plausible)

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 17, Bills 23

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 19, Titans 28

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 42, Vikings 24 

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 21, Seahawks 15

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 35, Eagles 12

AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 28, Titans 33

AFC Divisional Playoff Buffalo bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 33, bills 17

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 24, Saints 30

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans

Final Score: Titans 27, Chiefs 23

NFC Championship NO saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: Saints 25, 49ers 21

Super Bowl LIV NO Saints vs Tennessee Titans

Titans win a shocker (30-24) as Derrick Henry breaks the record for most rushing yards in a super bowl with 205 yards

Quick trivia - does anyone know the current record holder? :oldunsure:

Now I know your playoff contest team :)

 

FTR I dont think either #1 seed makes it to the SB. I will post my predictions tomorrow 

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As OJ Simpson once said, “I’ll take a stab at it.” :unsure:

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills at Houston Texans

Final Score: Bills 20, Texans 16

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots

Final Score: Titans 23, Patriots 17

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 31, Vikings 13

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 27, Seahawks 21

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 35,  Eagles 17

AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 24, Titans 21

AFC Divisional Playoff Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 27, Bills 24

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Saints 28, Packers 23

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs at  Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 27, Chiefs 17

NFC Championship New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 35, Saints 26

Super Bowl LIV San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: 49ers 376, Ravens 0

:pickle:

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43 minutes ago, Manster said:

I'm not going to post how I think all these games go, but I think it's likely that NO is playing in GB, and I feel like most are assuming NO wins on the frozen tundra........feels like a classic over-look.

I am one of those who believe NOS beats GB, on the frozen tundra.

not overlooking it - just think NO is a much better team. Agree it’s less likely than some might thing because of HFA, but I still think NOS eeks it out. 

43 minutes ago, Manster said:

i ike KC to rep the AFC and either GB or the 9ers out of the NFC.....I'm leaning GB because of the Rodgers factor and playoff inexperience of the 9ers.......I like KC for similar reasons.....Mahomes factor and Lamar with no playoff experience.

Seems like many are overlooking Andy Reid’s abysmal playoff track record. Getting past the Ravens in BAL will be tough.

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1 minute ago, Dr. Dan said:

@Hot Sauce Guy I understand that holding the opinion that BAL and SF both wont make it is in the minority and is probably unlikely, but its not impossible and I think it's more interesting than claiming all the higher seeds will win each of their games :shrug:

IMO nothing wrong, or funny, with taking a different opinion than the groupthink 

I didn’t suggest otherwise. if you look at my guesses I have several road teams winning in the 1st round.

what I was laughing about in response to your post was the comment about knowing the member’s playoff contest team. I thought that was intended as humor. :unsure:

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Just now, Hot Sauce Guy said:

I didn’t suggest otherwise. if you look at my guesses I have several road teams winning in the 1st round.

what I was laughing about in response to your post was the comment about knowing the member’s playoff contest team. I thought that was intended as humor. :unsure:

I see. ftr I think SF wins it all, but I am cheering for my own home team vs the weakest, most realistic AFC representative 

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Just now, Dr. Dan said:

I see. ftr I think SF wins it all, but I am cheering for my own home team vs the weakest, most realistic AFC representative 

Of course - anyone not rooting for their favorite team even if logic indicates they’re a huge underdog shouldn’t be a football fan.

if SF were a 6-seed is still be rooting for them. If I can root for them under Dennis Erickson, I can root for them anytime. 
;)

 

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9 hours ago, Yogibear said:

I've been doing some thinking, and I think I've got an idea of how this year's playoffs will shape up, and who's going to win.  So, without further adieu, here's who's going to win each game and what the final score is going to be for each game of the playoffs:

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 22, Bills 20

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 23, Titans 20

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 30, Vikings 24 (OT)

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 30, Seahawks 24 (OT)

NFC Divisional Playoff Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 26, Eagles 22

AFC Divisional Playoff Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 29, Texans 21

AFC Divisional Playoff New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 23, Patriots 21

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 24, Saints 22

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 27, Chiefs 23

NFC Championship Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 25, Packers 21

Super Bowl LIV San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 26, 49ers 24

Every single team is going to score between 20-30 points in every single game of the playoffs?  ;)

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1 minute ago, FreeBaGeL said:

Every single team is going to score between 20-30 points in every single game of the playoffs?  ;)

It could happen! :o 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

but probably won’t. ;) 

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4 minutes ago, FreeBaGeL said:

Every single team is going to score between 20-30 points in every single game of the playoffs?  ;)

Also, it’s not nearly as unlikely as home teams going on the road for no apparent reason. 

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AFC Wild Card Playoff - (5) Buffalo Bills at (4) Houston Texans
Final Score: Bills 17, Texans 10

AFC Wild Card Playoff - (6) Tennessee Titans at (3) New England Patriots
Final Score: Patriots 24, Titans 23

NFC Wild Card Playoff - (6) Minnesota Vikings at (3) New Orleans Saints
Final Score: Saints 38, Vikings 15

NFC Wild Card Playoff - (5) Seattle Seahawks at (4) Philadelphia Eagles
Final Score: Seahawks 28, Eagles 27

AFC Divisional Playoff - (5) Buffalo Bills at (1) Baltimore Ravens
Final Score: Ravens 31, Bills 17

AFC Divisional Playoff - (3) New England Patriots at (2) Kansas City Chiefs
Final Score: Chiefs 42, Patriots 35

NFC Divisional Playoff - (3) New Orleans Saints at (2) Green Bay Packers
Final Score: Saints 28, Packers 14

NFC Divisional Playoff - (5) Seattle Seahawks at (1) San Francisco 49ers
Final Score: Seahawks 27, 49ers 24

AFC Championship - (2) Kansas City Chiefs at (1) Baltimore Ravens
Final Score: Ravens 37, Chiefs 34

NFC Championship - (5) Seattle Seahawks at (3) New Orleans Saints
Final Score: Saints 27, Seahawks 21

Super Bowl LIV - New Orleans Saints vs Baltimore Ravens
Final Score: Ravens 34, Saints 31

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AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 10, Bills 16

AFC Wild Card Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots

Final Score: Patriots 17, Titans 24

NFC Wild Card Playoff Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints

Final Score: Saints 45, Vikings 14

NFC Wild Card Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Final Score: Eagles 13, Seahawks 24

NFC Divisional Playoff Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 24, Seahawks 14

AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 31, Titans 17

AFC Divisional Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Final Score: Chiefs 27,  Bills 16

NFC Divisional Playoff New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

Final Score: Packers 13, Saints 27

AFC Championship Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 38, Chiefs 21

NFC Championship New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Final Score: 49ers 17, Saints 28

Super Bowl LIV New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens

Final Score: Ravens 31, Saints 21

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Wild Card
Bills 20-17
Patriots 20-16
Saints 33-23
Seahawks 21-13

Divisional Round
Ravens 31, Bills 13
Chiefs 27, Patriots 20
Saints 30, Packers 20
49ers 26, Seahawks 13

Championship Games
Chiefs 34, Ravens 31
49ers 27, Saints 24

Super Bowl
Chiefs 30, 49ers 24

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10 hours ago, Yogibear said:

So, without further adieu, here's who's going to win each game...

One of my absolute favorite eggcorns. 

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Bills 20 Texans 17

Titans 27 Pats 23

Hawks 26 Eagles 15

saints 38 Vikings 24

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9ers 34 Hawks 24

Saints 34 Packers 23

Ravens 38 Titans 20

Chiefs 31 Bills 17

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Saints 32 9ers 30

Chiefs 34 Ravens 30

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Saints 30 Chiefs 27

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But have you factored in critical elements such as weather, injuries, and overall mind set of each position group in each game?  Get back to me with those numbers

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17 minutes ago, need2know said:

But have you factored in critical elements such as weather, injuries, and overall mind set of each position group in each game?  Get back to me with those numbers

I read that one of the players is a little sad because their favorite tv series was cancelled, but I want to keep some things close to the vest until the subscriber contest is locked in.  :shrug:

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Buffalo over Houston. Buffalo brings out bad Watson and Houston has trouble scoring 20 points. 

New England over Tennessee. TEN is the popular pick, which is surprising since NE was a 2 seed before crapping the bed. I'll take the experience

New Orleans over Minnesota. I dont think the Vikings stand a chance. I actually think this will be the most unwatchable game of the 1st round. 

Philadelphia over Seattle. We get to watch players featured in August, unfortunately, but I think itll at least have an exciting flow to it, for those who care. 

 

Baltimore over Buffalo. I think this actually a close game at first, but then Baltimore runs away with it. 

New England over Kansas City. An unpopular pick, but I feel like New England pulls something out of the hat this year... 

Green Bay over New Orleans. NO is the trendy pick, but Brees is not nearly as good away. I'll take GB in the cold and snow

San Francisco over Philadelphia. San Francisco practically gets a 2nd bye in the playoffs

 

New England over Baltimore. Belichick has video of the Baltimore coaches discussing how Lamar Jackson's biggest weakness is cake. BB goes on to smear cake all over his defenders' jerseys, leading to the recipe for how defeat Jackson

Green Bay over San Francisco. Rodgers returns home to remind 49er fans once again that they could have had him. 

 

Green Bay over New England. In route to defeating Baltimore, Brady's osteoporosis comes to light, leading to a fractured femur on the last kneel down. New England is forced to start a rookie QB in the Super Bowl, but it's Lafleur who is the rookie that brings it home. 

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I am sure I will be dead wrong, but just for fun...

1st Round:
Houston 19, Buffalo 13
New England 20, Tennessee 17
New Orleans 30, Minnesota 20
Philadelphia 22, Seattle 20

2nd Round:
San Francisco 37, Philadelphia 19
Baltimore 26, Houston 14
Kansas City 24, New England 21
New Orleans 23, Green Bay 17

Conference Championship Games:
Kansas City 28, Baltimore 24
New Orleans 24, San Francisco 20

Super Bowl:
New Orleans 31, Kansas City 24

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1 hour ago, Dr. Dan said:

Philadelphia over Seattle. We get to watch players featured in August, unfortunately, but I think itll at least have an exciting flow to it, for those who care. 

I agree - this should be a super entertaining, high scoring back & forth game, and from a pure entertainment standpoint should be one of the more exciting games of this weekend.

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1 hour ago, Dr. Dan said:

Green Bay over San Francisco. Rodgers returns home to remind 49er fans once again that they could have had him. 
 

awe maaaaaaaan, why you gotta go there?

:cry: 

that said, JimmyG isn’t a bad consolation prize considering ARod’s career arc. He’s not been awesome this year. Or last year. 
 

1 hour ago, Dr. Dan said:

Green Bay over New England. In route to defeating Baltimore, Brady's osteoporosis comes to light, leading to a fractured femur on the last kneel down. New England is forced to start a rookie QB in the Super Bowl, but it's Lafleur who is the rookie that brings it home. 

Everything about that is hilarious.  Not just the Brady = old AF aspect, but the notion that the Pats will beat the Ravens. Just not feeling that at all, but I genuinely lol’d at this. Well played, sir. 

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1 hour ago, Ghost Rider said:

Conference Championship Games:

Kansas City 28, Baltimore 24
New Orleans 24, San Francisco 20

Super Bowl:
New Orleans 31, Kansas City 24

I would be delighted with the type of drama in the championship rounds.

Probably root for the Chiefs in the SB though...

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On 1/3/2020 at 6:59 AM, Yogibear said:

I've been doing some thinking, and I think I've got an idea of how this year's playoffs will shape up, and who's going to win.  So, without further adieu, here's who's going to win each game and what the final score is going to be for each game of the playoffs:

AFC Wild Card Playoff Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

Final Score: Texans 22, Bills 20

 

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On 1/4/2020 at 8:45 AM, Ghost Rider said:

I am sure I will be dead wrong, but just for fun...

1st Round:
Houston 19, Buffalo 13
New England 20, Tennessee 17
New Orleans 30, Minnesota 20
Philadelphia 22, Seattle 20

2nd Round:
San Francisco 37, Philadelphia 19
Baltimore 26, Houston 14
Kansas City 24, New England 21
New Orleans 23, Green Bay 17

Conference Championship Games:
Kansas City 28, Baltimore 24
New Orleans 24, San Francisco 20

Super Bowl:
New Orleans 31,
Kansas City 24

:lol: 

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13 minutes ago, Heatman said:

I think everyone's brackets are crushed at this point.

I'd be 3-1 but did not submit on the board. I generally don't bracket out playoffs, though if you catch me bored...

But the three are/were coin flips, and after watching SEA, I shouldn't get that game if you consider intent and process, as I was betting on a healthy Wentz.

I wasn't sure of any of these games. I think there's a lot more parity than we think due to injuries, match-ups, white uniforms tricking Brees into thinking he was on the road, etc.

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On 1/3/2020 at 1:32 PM, -OZ- said:

 

Titans win a shocker (30-24) as Derrick Henry breaks the record for most rushing yards in a super bowl with 205 yards

Quick trivia - does anyone know the current record holder? :oldunsure:

:lmao: 

Starting to look possible. 

On 1/3/2020 at 2:30 PM, Dr. Dan said:

Now I know your playoff contest team :)

 

FTR I dont think either #1 seed makes it to the SB. I will post my predictions tomorrow 

Half a good call. 

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On 1/3/2020 at 4:45 PM, The_Man said:

Wild Card
Bills 20-17
Patriots 20-16
Saints 33-23
Seahawks 21-13

Divisional Round
Ravens 31, Bills 13
Chiefs 27, Patriots 20
Saints 30, Packers 20
49ers 26, Seahawks 13

Championship Games
Chiefs 34, Ravens 31
49ers 27, Saints 24

Super Bowl
Chiefs 30, 49ers 24

Victory!

Other than this, I think I called every game wrong 

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