The Least and Most Popular NFL Teams (According to Facebook)

If you’ve ever gone onto Facebook to check out the latest news and updates regarding your favorite NFL team, you’re not alone, but if you’ve ever wondered just how popular (or unpopular) your football franchise really is in that online community, we’ve figured out the rankings and it’s all right here.

Philadelphia Eagles vs New Orleans Saints: Predictions and Odds (NFL Playoffs Divisional Round)

This, the second NFC battle of the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round, has the sixth seed defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, who are 9-7 (1-0) and led by backup quarterback Nick Foles, traveling south to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA to face the number-one-seeded, NFC South winning New Orleans Saints, who are 13-3 and led by future Hall-of-Famer Drew Brees, all happening on Sunday, January 13 at 3:40 pm, broadcasted on FOX.

Los Angeles Chargers vs New England Patriots: Prediction and Odds (NFL Playoffs Divisional Round)

In this highly anticipated AFC Divisional Round playoff matchup, two veteran quarterbacks go head-to-head in their pursuit of the Super Bowl with Philip Rivers and his fifth-seeded AFC West runner-up Los Angeles Chargers traveling cross country to icy Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA to take on Tom Brady and his second-seeded NFC East champion New England Patriots, all happening on Sunday, January 13 at 12:05 pm, broadcasted on CBS.

Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Rams: Predictions and Odds (NFL Playoffs Divisional Round)

In this first of two NFL Playoff NFC Divisional Round battles, Dak Prescott and his NFC East champion Dallas Cowboys follow up their Wild Card Weekend defeat of the Seattle Seahawks with a trip west to take on the well-rested, second-seeded NFC West champion Los Angeles Rams, led by Jared Goff, all happening at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, January 12 at 7:15 pm, broadcasted on FOX.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Predictions and Odds (NFL Playoffs Divisional Round)

In this first of two exciting AFC matchups of the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round weekend, veteran quarterback Andrew Luck and his on-fire 10-6 (1-0) Indianapolis Colts travel eight hours south to face second-year phenom Patrick Mahomes and his well-rested 12-4 AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs, all happening on Saturday, January 12 at 3:35 pm at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO, broadcasted by NBC.

How Much Does It Cost Your NFL Team to Win? [Infographic]

For those football fans that are curious about how much money a win in the NFL costs, here is an attempt to determine what an owner pays for each of the team’s victories based on the total amount of salaries paid to the players.

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens: Odds and Predictions (NFL Wild Card Weekend)

This second AFC Wild Card Weekend matchup just happened in Week 16, except this time veteran quarterback Philip Rivers and his AFC West second-place Los Angeles Chargers travel cross-country to the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD to take on the slightly favored AFC North first place Baltimore Ravens who are led by rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, all happening on Sunday, January 6 at 12:05 pm, broadcasted by CBS.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans: Odds and Predictions (NFL Wild Card Weekend)

For this first of two exciting Wild Card Weekend AFC matchups, the 10-6 Indianapolis Colts travel to Texas to take on the AFC South winning 11-5 Houston Texans in this 2018 rubber match to prove once and for all who the better team in their division was this season, all happening on Saturday, January 5 at 3:35 pm at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX, broadcasted by ESPN, ABC.

NFL Playoffs 2019: Predictions, Odds, Key Injuries, Upsets & Underdogs

The 2019 NFL post season kicks off during the first Saturday and Sunday of the New Year with something called Wild Card Weekend, so here are the predictions, odds, key injuries, upsets and underdogs for all four of those games, including the Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans, the Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys, the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens and the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Chicago Bears.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans: Odds and Predictions (NFL Week 17)

The result of this Week 17 AFC South showdown at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN affects both teams’ playoff chances since the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans have identical records and are just one win behind the first place Houston Texans with only two AFC postseason spots remaining, all happening on Sunday, December 30 at 8:20 pm, broadcasted by NBC.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins: Odds and Predictions (NFL Week 17)

This Week 17 NFC East battle is do or die for the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles who need to beat the playoff-eliminated Washington Redskins if they want to keep the post season dreams alive in Philadelphia, happening at the FedExField in Prince George’s County, MD, on Sunday, December 30 at 4:25 pm, broadcasted by FOX.

Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens: Odds and Predictions (NFL Week 17)

This Week 17 AFC North matchup has huge playoff implications for the home team, with the Cleveland Browns traveling due east to Baltimore, MD to take on the Baltimore Ravens, who need a victory at their M&T Bank Stadium to stay atop the AFC North and in the playoffs, all happening on Sunday, December 30 at 4:25 pm, broadcasted by CBS.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: Predictions and Odds (NFL Week 17)

This Week 17 AFC North battle has the playoff-eliminated Cincinnati Bengals traveling slightly east to spoil the playoff hopes of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who need a win here and for the Browns to beat the Ravens to stay alive in the postseason, happening in Pittsburgh, PA at Heinz Field on Sunday, December 30 at 4:25 pm, broadcasted by CBS.

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