Exciting Times Ahead in the NFL Playoffs

BLEAV Sports with Fred and The Fantastics
BLEAV Sports with Fred and The Fantastics
Exciting Times Ahead in the NFL Playoffs

The Cleveland Browns are up against the Houston Texans on Saturday, with Joe Flacco of the Browns seemingly rejuvenated and surpassing all expectations this season. If he wins this game, he will break a record he currently shares with Tom Brady for most wins on the road as a QB in the playoffs. What are his chances against the rookie QB for the Texans?

Kansas City faces Miami at home in -5-degree weather, and it may be difficult for the Dolphins to play under such conditions. The game will only be on Peacock, and there is talk that the extreme weather is a ploy to attract more viewers. Patrick Mahomes has been seen showing some strong emotions on the sidelines after a difficult season for the Chiefs and is now going head-to-head with a former teammate who is playing for the Dolphins. Is that the secret weapon Miami has in store?

Pittsburgh has not won a playoff game in seven years as they roll into Buffalo and severe weather. After winning three games in a row, they have unexpectedly landed in the postseason. Josh Allen is fearless, but is he a turnover machine for the Bills? Can the Steelers take advantage of that to keep their streak going?

Green Bay heads south to Dallas to meet up with the Cowboys, a touchdown favorite on hometown turf. Jordan Love throws a deep ball better than just about anyone else and has implemented this in the offense, helping to make a more cohesive Packer team after the exit of Aaron Rodgers. Will it be enough to stop the Cowboys after their 17 straight wins at home?

The Rams and Lions are riding high with the QBs going up against their former teams, both of which have been to the Super Bowl in recent years. Is it promising to be a close game? Does Detroit have a great opportunity with Jared Goff, or will the Rams triumph on the road?

How did it happen that three of the foremost coaches in the NFL and college football would retire within hours of each other? Is it possible they have some surprises brewing, and this isn’t their last hurrah?

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