Predictions based about the Wild Card Weekend based on the results of those games.
The Falcons’ defense will outscore the Falcons’ offense, 2-0.
Good score for a staff softball game. Not so much for playoff football.
The Giants offense will outscore the Falcons’ offense, 24-0.
Good score for pretty much any game.
The Texans will defeat the Bengals for zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Oh man, how embarrassing. Let me try again.
Two rookies will square off as Cincinnati will fall to the Texans zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I give up.
Houston will win its first-ever playoff contest, which will be the most interesting thing about the game.
The Saints will erase the embarrassment of losing to a 7-9 team in the playoffs by defeating the Lions.
Detroit’s defense will let its offense down by allowing Drew Brees to throw for three touchdowns and more than 450 yards.
The Lions will look in to signing the rest of the Decepticons to shore up their porous defense.
Anti-Tim Tebowians (Tebowites? Tebowgers?) will have a hard time coming up with more reasons why Tebow stinks after he throws for 316 yards and two touchdowns and runs for another TD in the Broncos’ wild card game against the Steelers.
Most popular criticisms will be: Broncos’ supporting cast was the reason for Tebow’s success, not Tebow; Tebow played great but he still stinks; the Steelers’ are old and banged up and they lost more than the Broncos won.
In the end, however, Tebow will help the Broncos defeat the Steelers in overtime with an 80-yard touchdown pass.
In overtime, Tebow Time will last 11 seconds.
Good length of time for a gamewinning score. Bad for pretty much everything else.