The NFL divisional playoff rounds will have some familiar faces.
On the AFC side of the stand will see Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen’s new children. The members of the NFC will include Aaron Rodgers, some witty veterans of Tom Brady and Drew Brees, as well as quarterbacks, who have been to Jared Goff’s Super Bowl.
Watching a football game should be a fun weekend because the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers defending the Super Bowl will meet up a few weeks ago to meet their opponents.
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This is the timetable at the end of the Champions League this weekend.
(1) Cheese VS. (6) Brown: The Chiefs will return to the Super Bowl in the game against the Browns. Kansas City see you in the first round of the playoffs because they have the best record in the AFC. The Browns defeated the Steelers, their first playoff victory in 25 years. Cleveland ranked last in the 1995 division game. (3:05pm EST, CBS)
(2) Bill VS. (5) Crow: Since the Browns defeated the Steelers, the Bills and Ravens will play in the game. The Bills defeated the Colts in their wild-match playoff matchup, and the Ravens defeated the Titans in the game. Buffalo hopes to return to the conference title game. They have not participated in the competition since 1994. Since 2013, Baltimore has not participated in a conference championship game.US Eastern Time, 8:15 PM Eastern Time, Saturday)
(1) Package VS. (6) RAMS: The Packers and MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers will welcome the Los Angeles Rams into the tundra. The Packers have worked very well on the offensive end this season, but the Rams defense has proven to be able to resist top offense. Thanks to defense, Los Angeles defeated the Seattle Seahawks in the wildcard round. Aaron Donald was injured in that game and may not be able to play. His absence and whether the team starts Jared Goff will be the key storyline of the game. (FOX Eastern Time, Saturday, 4:35 PM)
(4) Saint VS. (5) Pirates: This is a game where NFL fans want to stay in the Super Bowl for so long, but they will win the division in the division. When Drew Brees and Tom Brady are on the court, this will be the first quarterback matchup that is at least 40 years old. The Saints defeated the Buccaneers twice this season, including a 38-3 defeat. New Orleans defeated the Chicago Bears in the wild matchup, and the Pirates defeated Washington in the game. This may be the last time we have seen these two quarterbacks play against each other. This is definitely a memorable game. (Sunday at 6:40 p.m. EDT)
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