NFL ProBowl

You tell yourself the Pro Bowl doesn’t matter. The game has no real implications, it is however, definitely worth watching because of the NFL star power. The game was played at Camping World Stadium on Sunday.


The NFL finally got away from the fantasy draft. It has finally gone back to the AFC vs. NFC, thank you for that. With no fantasy draft this year, the NFL decided to go with a skills competition that was fairly enjoyable. This was definitely something they can build on. The Pro Bowl rosters are stacked with talent, obviously, with players from each division that are a must see.

We can all agree that the Pro Bowl is better than no football at all. That would be the worst weekend of all.

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Championship Round

The Conference Championship round should have been one of the greatest in NFL history. Taking into consideration that the games were featuring four of the NFL’s most elite quarterbacks. However it turned out to be rather disappointing weekend of football.

Neither game was very competitive and both game were decided by 19 of more points.


It was another MVP performance from Matt Ryan. He led the Falcons to victory, throwing for 392 yards with four touchdowns and added a fifth on a 14-yard run to the end zone. Ryan will be making his first trip to the Super Bowl.

Atlanta led the entire game, scoring on their first seven of eight drives, leading 24-0 at the half and put up 31 points before the Packers finally managed to score. The Green Bay defense had no answers for the Falcons

The New England Patriots are heading to Super Bowl for the second time in three years, after rolling over the Steelers, 36-17, in Sunday’s AFC Championship game. New England is now 9-4 in AFC Championships and holds a 6-1 record when playing at home.

Brady is having one of the best seasons of his career, he has gone from being suspended, to playing in the Super Bowl. Leading the Patriots to their ninth AFC Title, He set a franchise playoff record. The performance was Brady’s 11th postseason 300-yard game, extending his NFL record.

For the Pittsburgh Steelers, it was disappointing from the start. After losing Le’Veon Bell to a groin injury in the first quarter, the Steelers were done in by countless mistakes in all phases of the game. The Steelers never challenged the Patriots, who led Sunday’s contest for the entire game and ended the Steelers’ nine-game winning streak

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Playoff Football – Divisional Round

Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers started off the first half a bit off target. In the second half he managed the offense like a general. He threw the pass of the postseason to set up Mason Crosby’s 51 yard game winning field goal. The kick was the longest game winner in playoff history. The Packers advance to their second NFC Championship Game in three years.


The Pittsburgh Steelers have won 9 consecutive games and advance to the Championship round. Great football teams always find a way to win. There is only one stat that needs to be mentioned about this game. Chris Boswell’s NFL postseason record 6 field goals that totaled 227 yards – the exact number that the Chiefs offense were able to generate.

The Steelers are making an NFL record 16 conference championship game appearance and Kansas City has gone 23 years without a playoff win at home.

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are headed toward their 6th straight conference championship game. The have appeared in an astounding 11 out the the last 16 years.
They get it done even though Brady completed fewer than half of his passes.

Dion Lewis became the first player in NFL playoff history to score a receiving, rushing and a Kickoff return for a TD.

Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan became just the third quarterback to have a 300 yard, 3 TD, 120+ passer rating in a playoff game. The Falcons rolled over the Seahawks 36 to 20 to move them into the next round

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NFL Playoffs Wild Card Games

The Wildcard Weekend games did not disappoint, that is unless you like close nail biting football games. Every home team came away a winner and it was the most lopsided since 1981.

In Houston the Texans defeated the Oakland Raiders 27-14 in the AFC Wild Card game to advance to the Divisional round.

Oakland’s surprise move to play Conner Cook resulted in the Raiders generating the second fewest yards in the franchise playoff history.

Aaron Rodgers became just the 5th player in NFL history to throw for 350+ yards, 4 touchdowns and no interceptions in a playoff game.

The Pittsburgh Steelers record setting 35th playoff win was highlighted impressive outings by Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell. Brown went for 124 years and two touchdowns, and Bell ran for a franchise record 167 yards and two scores.

Seattle won in typical Seahawks playoff style, it contained wildly unexpected plays and performances. Paul Richardson, who came into the game with 21 catches for 288 yards, caught three balls for 48 yards and perhaps the best touchdown grab we’ve seen all season.

The Divisional Round starts Saturday 14, Should be fun

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