NFL Wildcard Weekend Preview | The Countdown | DeQwan Young

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What’s up and welcome to this Special Edition Wildcard Weekend. It’s wildcard weekend and we’ll be recapping our divisional picks and giving you a preview of the four games this playoff weekend.

In the AFC East, We picked the Patriots to win the division, as they got off to a hot start but they’ve cooled off and looked as vulnerable as ever. This is the first time since 2009, New England is playing on wild card weekend.

The defense will need to step up and stop a rushing attack led by nfl rushing leader Derrick Henry. The Titans saw a Ryan Tannehill quarterback resurgence this year, as he replaced Marcus Mariota under center in week 6. Throughout that time, he became the NFL’s most efficient Quarterback. And Although Winter Storm Henry is looming, we’re picking New England. Look for the Patriots to outlast the Titans this weekend. 24-10

We’re still sticking with them for our super bowl prediction.

We wrong about the Bills only having buffalo wings to cheer for, as Josh Allen and that Buffalo defense opened some eyes this season, especially Tre’davious White and his DPOY campaign.

We picked the Texans to win the AFC South behind Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins and they did. As the two both wrapped up amazing seasons.

We expect Buffalo’s defense to be the deciding factor. Tre’Davious White has been excellent for the Bills, so expect him to have a big day, limiting Hopkins production. If no other receivers step up, expect the Bills to win 20-14

A rematch of the Minneapolis Miracle is all anybody has talked about this weekend, as the Saints get some home cooking. Kirk Cousins isn’t Case Keenum? We don’t know if that’s a good or a bad thing, as Kirk is known to fold under the bright lights. Adam Theilen must have a big day for the Vikings to win this game.

The last two years haven’t been kind to Brees and the gang in the playoffs, but they were our pick for a division title, and a super bowl appearance, and were sticking with it. Saints win 34-17

The Seahawks are playing great football again, and they face a lowly Eagles team, from a lack luster nfc east. Injuries have hampered the Eagles this entire season, but they have Carson Wentz in the playoffs, so they have a chance.

Russell Wilson and the crew have danced through the competition all season and it has been amazing.

Ultimately, the Eagles give it the old college try, but the Seahawks and that dynamic offense prove to be just to much for the Eagles to handle.

Enjoy the games this weekend, and we’ll see you next week for the divisional round.

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