The Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs is here, and we have four games to sort through. This weekend will determine the representatives for the Conference Championship games.
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Coming off a massive 27-0 deficit to beat the Los Angeles Chargers 31-30, they head out on the road to take on the No. 1 seed Chiefs.
These teams met earlier this season, with the Chiefs winning 27-17, despite Lawrence completing more than 72% of his passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns.
While Lawrence played well here, he’s been one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL since that game, really.
Since then, he had three passing touchdowns or more three times between Week 12 and 15 and managed four passing touchdowns in the Wild Card game after throwing four interceptions.
Of course, if Lawrence throws four interceptions against the Chiefs, it’ll be game over quickly.
Both teams are performing quite well in terms of passing yards per game over the last three weeks. The Chiefs are allowing 190, and the Jaguars are at 203.
Unfortunately for the Jaguars, they have a tough matchup against tight end Travis Kelce as he’ll see coverage mainly from Devin Lloyd, who’s allowed 74 receptions this year on 91 targets.
The Chiefs will win this game, but the Jaguars' offense has proven capable enough to keep up with Lawrence at the helm.
The Jaguars have a tight end they funnel targets to as well in Evan Engram. He had 11 targets last week against the Chargers.
At 8.5 points, the Jaguars should be able to keep it close enough due to garbage time, especially if they limit the sacks Lawrence takes.
We get the Bills hosting the Bengals in a rematch of the game that never was following the Damar Hamlin health scare.
In the limited time we saw these teams on the field in Week 17 in Cincinnati, the offenses—especially the Bengals—were going up and down the field.
Both teams have elite quarterbacks in Josh Allen and Joe Burrow, and both defenses with subpar cornerback play. The Bills have Tre’Davious White, but he hasn’t quite been his elite self since coming back earlier this year—he’s allowed seven receptions over the last two weeks.
Light snow is forecasted, but it doesn’t appear to be anything that will make the passing attacks suffer drastically.
This is going to be a shootout.
Instead of the point spread or total, we’ll turn to the moneyline here—this game could be pretty close.
The Cowboys demonstrated that their offense could be explosive, coming off an appearance where quarterback Dak Prescott accounted for five touchdowns.
The 49ers have the best defense in the league. Still, their quarterback, Brock Purdy, will face a Cowboys pass rush led by Demarcus Lawrence and Micah Parsons that is quite formidable.
Purdy had a fantastic passing performance last week, throwing for over 330 yards and three touchdowns, but this could be a game where they turn to the rushing game with Chrisitan McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell.
Due to that, the four-point spread cuts it a bit too close, but the 49ers' defense should be able to bring that turnover proneness out of Prescott once again.
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