NFLHeads’ Wild Card Weekend Picks
Man, we have already arrived at the playoffs. Wild Card weekend is fast approaching. Some games look great, and others look like they could (and should) be slept through very easily. I am here today to tell you who will be winning the Wild Card games, with the scores. Without further ado, here’s my official Wild Card Picks.
Bills 35 – Colts 17
The Bills are the only team that I could honestly say I can see beating the Chiefs, and I believe they will easily kick the Colts, who are an absolute milktoast boring operation, and Josh Allen will throw four touchdowns against only one pick. The Bills easily move on in a big spot.
Seahawks 24 – Rams 20
No matter which quarterback is starting, this game will be kept close throughout the whole game. Wilson will win by carrying the team on his back, but will give up quite a lot of yards to the committee backfield of Cam Akers, Darrell Henderson, and Malcolm Brown.
Buccaneers 37 – Washington 15
I actually believe the Bucs will make the push to the Super Bowl, and it starts with this game, an easy win over a team who should never have made the playoffs in the first place. The Bucs will win with ease to face the rest of the NFC.
Titans 24 – Ravens 14
I am not sold on Tennessee banking in the playoffs, but I am rocking on the rock solid reliability of the entire Ravens operation choking in a big spot. The Ravens will look slower, they will not protect as well, and frankly Derrick Henry is going to be using that defense as a doormat.
Saints 26 – Bears 9
I know the Saints have not had recent playoff success, but the Bears do not deserve to be in the playoffs at all. The Bears are the most boring NFL team to watch, and Trubisky is not going to get this team moving in a playoff game if he regularly fails to do so in a regular season game.
Steelers 34 – Browns 6
The Browns playing in their first playoff game since 2002? Yeah.. I’d say the chances of Cleveland getting anything less than trounced this year. This game will not be close and I believe the Steelers definitely move on in this spot.