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1. Green Bay Packers (13-3)
2. Kansas City Chiefs (14-2)
3. Buffalo Bills (13-3)
4. New Orleans Saints (12-4)
5. Tampa Bay Pirates (11-5)
6. Baltimore Ravens (11-5)
7. Cleveland Browns (11-5)
8. Los Angeles Rams (1
*The ranking is based on the author’s opinion
The Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers did not participate in the “Wild Card Weekend” game, so we have less data to analyze them compared to other teams on this list.
But it makes sense, although the Cleveland Browns lost more than 40 in the Pittsburgh Steelers or Los Angeles Rams games, and no healthy quarterback can be said to have defeated the opponent’s Seattle Seahawks, but The performance throughout the season is enough to illustrate a game…even if it is a very important game.
Before we see anything that makes us believe different, the Packers and the Chiefs will remain at the top of the NFL leaderboard and enter the eight-team division showdown.
Aaron Rodgers has been here many times and he has one of the best arsenals at his disposal in the playoffs. Wide-spread Davante Adams led all receivers with 18 touchdowns, while Aaron Jones tied for fourth place in his position group with 11 points. Robert Tonyan, who qualified at the end of this year, also added 11 trips to the finish line of his own packers.
Patrick Mahomes, meanwhile, is not here often, but he made the most of his trip and is the defending Super Bowl MVP. The Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill was second in touchdowns with a score of 17, and the total number of tight Travis Kelce and Tonyan Reach 11.
Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Baltimore Ravens did not dominate their opponents on “Wild Card Weekend,” but they completed their mission.
After embarrassing the Steelers on Sunday night, are the Cleveland Browns worthy of ranking higher on the roster? Possibly, but the offenses of Baker Mayfield and Cleveland benefited from some incredible unexpected defensive tactics. The Browns may surprise us throughout the playoffs, but they have formed a murderous duel with the Chiefs in the division.
The Rams will certainly not sneeze when they disband the Seahawks 30-20, but almost every key player in important positions has been injured, including Aaron Donald and Cooper Cooper, and the quarterback situation is still turbulent. , Jared Gove and Jared Cove John Wolford (John Wolford) work every day. Must be last in the list. This does not mean that the team with the league’s first line of defense will not cause more losses in these playoffs.