The NFL Divisional Playoffs start Saturday night with a doubleheader of sorts.
Titans face the Ravens on CBS at 8:25 pm.
The line on the game points to the Ravens to win big. My knowledge of capabilities of the two team compelled me to pick the game. The Ravens have the most electric player that I have witnessed under center, Lamar Jackson, since Robert Griffen III was drafted by the Washington Redskins in 2012. Interesting enough, Griffen is Jackson’s backup quarterback now. Jackson is a record-breaking and record-setting quarterback. He is definitely fun to watch. The Ravens will advance to the AFC Championship Game, by 17 points, and will host the Chiefs. The final score will be 34-17.
The Vikings face the 49ers on Saturday at 4:35 PM EDT. – San Francisco will win by 10 points
Jimmy Garoppolo definitely can win games based on pure skills and ability. He has shown us he can put his entire team on his back to win a game. Take the game-winning drive vs. the Saints for the prime example. His defense gave up a touchdown to Drew Brees and the explosive Saints’ offense. But Garoppolo would not be denied the opportunity to make his staple on NFL history. Garoppolo led the team down the field, methodically and precisely, and his team scored the touchdown. Cousins quieted the doubters, in the loudest fashion, on the game-winning drive last weekend vs. the Saints. He defeated a sure Hall Of Fame immortal quarterbacks, Brees. These two quarterbacks will undoubtedly showcase their gunslinging ability and this matchup should be the most competitive of the weekend. The 49ers will advance to the NFC Champion game with a 30-20 win over the Vikings..