So for all of you NFL fans out there. I have one simple question for you. What was your favorite part of the NFL Divisional Playoffs? For me I would have to say the Matty Ice and Matt Bryant combo on the last Atlanta Falcons drive to win the game. So don't be shy share some love for your team.
Both games were great and the Seahawks made an awsome comeback but unfortunately lost. Then we have the PATRIOTS! Yes, being from New Hampshire I'm a diehard Pats fan.
My favorite part from this divisional round was the amount of big plays that happened. The Ravens and Broncos game had just unbelievable big plays that came from all three phases. This turned out to be the highest scoring divisional weekend ever as it was mentioned by Rich Eisen on NFL Game Day on the NFL Network.
The Broncos-Ravens Game was about as exhilirating as a game could get. Just think would could have happened if the Broncos would have used their timeouts instead of letting regulation end. It could have been a page right out of the Falcons' playbook. But it's good to see Flacco get another shot for the Super Bowl.
I still can't believe the Broncos let Jones get behind them for that 60-yard TD pass from Flacco. That was the single most memorable play of the weekend.
Kaepernick's overall performance was memorable. Incredible, in fact.
More like Rahim Morre screwed up on the coverage. The Broncos were in the correct defense, its just that Rahim Moore misjudged the flight of the pass.
The Broncos game was definitely interesting with both Moore and Bailey blowing coverages. I don't agree with the firing of the Defensive Back coach, I see that as an escape goat to get pressure off of John Fox. The mismanagement of time is what doomed the Broncos in the 4th quarter.
I got it wrong about the pass being 60 yards. It was 70 yards.
No matter what happens the rest of the way, the Broncos and their fans have to be the most disappointed with the ultimate outcome of their season. They had the number one seed in the AFC and were on a roll. And blew it.
You can't blame that loss on just one play and Rahim Moore. It was a team effort.
You are right it is a team sport. But when it came down to a clutch performance Champ Bailey, Rahim Moore, and even Peyton Manning had some very concerning miscues that hurt the Broncos and led their team to their destruction in the playoffs.
If Rahim Moore would have just done his job, none of this would have happened.
by Shari 8 years ago
Which divisional playoff game are you most looking forward to?Baltimore at PittsburghGreen Bay at AtlantaSeattle at ChicagoNew York Jets at New England
by Paul Edmondson 8 years ago
With the Bromcos and Raiders on at the same time this morning, I'm trying to decide to tape the games and watch each one or to watch the nfl redzone live. What do you prefer?
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
This week I have to catch the NY Giants against the New Orleans Saints. I think Eli is the most underrated quarterback in the NFL.And in college, I'm really looking forward to USC winning big over Notre Dame. I think Oklahoma will beat Texas as well.Those are a couple of great college...
by Shari 9 years ago
Rashard Mendenhall celebrates after a one-yard touchdown run during the first half of an NFL divisional playoff football game against the Baltimore Ravens in Pittsburgh.
by Kelly R. Jackson 8 years ago
Now that we're seeing both extremes, can we finally come to the middle and properly evaluate Tim Tebow?
by Michael Willis 9 years ago
What an exciting game it turned out to be. Boise drives late in the game for the winning touchdown. Like the telecasters kept saying, Boise will probably be screwed in the end because strength of schedule (conference), but...Boise is awesome!!!!!If Boise goes undefeated (once again) they...
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