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Wow, what a weekend. A big bounce back for us to go 3-1 and get back to .500 for the postseason. If Eric Fisher doesn’t hold James Harrison on the tying two-point conversion try the Chiefs probably win and we go 4-0. Oh well, that’s gambling. So the final four is set, and the last quarterbacks left standing are named Tom, Ben, Aaron and Matt. That position is pretty important huh. Last year it was all about the defensive teams in the playoffs, the script is definitely flipped this time around. Expect more shootouts in the title games. Here are the numbers….

Divisional Results:
Patriots -15.5 (Win)

Falcons -4.5 (Win)

Packers/Cowboys Over 52 (Win)

Chiefs -2 (Loss)

Divisional Record: 3-1
Playoff Record: 4-4

Championship Sunday WINNER$:

PACKERS +5.5 at Falcons
This is the tougher of the two games because I think the Falcons are very undervalued and have been overlooked all season. But I just can’t bring myself to go against Aaron Rodgers when getting this many points. What tipped the scale for me to go Packers was the Vegas factor. The sportsbooks have gotten hammered the last two weekends with home favorites going 6-2 ATS. With the public heavy on the Packers ML this week and the action rather dead even on the spread, the best case scenario for the books this week would be a Falcons win but not cover. Atlanta 35, Green Bay 31

PATRIOTS -6 vs. Steelers
You didn’t think the Patriots were coming all this way and losing did you? Tom Brady has been on a mission since returning from suspension and I don’t see the twisted fairytale ending on Sunday. In typical Pats fashion, Belichick will find a way to shut down the Killer B’s and a late turnover or score covers the number. New England 28, Pittsburgh 16

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