After an eventful filled Wild Card Weekend, we now move to the Divisional round in the NFL Playoffs. I was lucky enough to pick all of last week’s games correctly. Now let’s see if we can do it again.

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After an eventful filled Wild Card Weekend, we now move to the Divisional round in the NFL Playoffs. I was lucky enough to pick all of last week’s games correctly. Now let’s see if we can do it again.

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Since the National Football League Playoffs begin today, I decided to write on the upcoming Wild Card Weekend that kicks off tonight and will run through Monday.