As evidenced by pretty much anything that can be polled these days (which is pretty much everything), America is a nation that disagrees. From politics to deciding college football champions, this country qualifies performance by inventing ideas, strategies and formulas so murky that the inventor himself can rarely explain it the same way twice. Simply put, the way we decide who or what excels has become ridiculous.
Of the four NFL playoff games this weekend, this matchup of two red-hot NFC teams might be the most difficult to predict. On one hand you have a surging Seattle squad that has won five straight contests (including their last two road games) in impressive fashion, outscoring opponents by nearly 27 point per game over that streak.
Vikings at Packers -9.5 What a difference a week can make. The Minnesota Vikings have flown into Green Bay as this weekends biggest Wildcard underdog, after beating the Packers no more than 6 days ago. Adrian Peterson had a monster performance as usual, falling just 9 yards short of the rushing record, ending his amazing season […]
For the second year in a row, the NFL playoffs kickoff with the Cincinnati Bengals traveling to Houston to face a Texans team favored slightly in the point spread. This year's wildcard match-up has a completely different feel from a year ago. The Houston Texans were excited just to make the postseason in 2011, but after a complete meltdown in December
It is the Christmas season and with the National Football League playoffs just around the corner. I am in the giving mood so I am going to play NFL Santa Claus. It is time to give out some gifts to the teams who are set to make a run toward Super Bowl XLVII.