Unofficial NFL Analyst: Playoff Predictions Post-wildcard

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Griffin Tunison , Staff Writer

The divisional round wrapped up this past weekend in what was certainly an exciting weekend of football. Due to popular demand, here I am back again with more NFL predictions. 


AFC Divisional

Kansas City: 34          Cleveland Browns: 17

          The Browns head over to Kansas City for the divisional round in what certainly will be a tough task for Baker and the Browns. I could see the Chiefs starting off slow in this game, but the firepower of Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense will be too much for the Browns.

Buffalo Bills: 27          Baltimore Ravens: 24

          My apologies to Ravens fans on this one, but I think this year of the Bills Mafia and Josh Allen has been playing very well as of late. I think this game will come down to the wire, but the Bills Mafia will live to fight another day.


NFC Divisional

Green Bay: 31          LA Rams: 21

          With how good Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have been this year, it’s hard to imagine them getting taken down by the Rams in their home stadium. I think the Packers will get out to an early lead and never look back in this one.

New Orleans Saints: 24          Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 27

          Should be a great matchup between two legendary QBs in the Superdome. I think a game winning field goal by the Bucs as time expires will put an end to Drew Brees’ career. This is my prediction for game of the weekend.


AFC Championship

Buffalo Bills: 31          Kansas City Chiefs: 28

          The rise of the Bills Mafia! In a stunning championship game, I have the Bills knocking off the Chiefs in an instant classic. No Super Bowl this year for the Chiefs, but they will be back next year.


NFC Championship

Green Bay Packers: 28          Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 27

          Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers face off in the harsh conditions of Lambeau field. In what should be a crazy game, I have the Packers barely escaping with a win thanks to two touchdowns from Devante Adams.


Super Bowl

Green Bay Packers: 34          Buffalo Bills: 24

          The biggest game of the year comes down to the Bills Mafia vs the cheese heads. I think Aaron Rodgers gets his second ring to top off his MVP season. Nothing against the Bills, they certainly had a huge year this year and look to be a force in the years to come.