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Views of the NFL from the 603: Divisional Round

Eddie, Vickie, and Chavo Jr. are the only Guerreros I care about. I do not want to hear about this clown, Alex Guerrero, anymore. Clearly, there is an issue with Bill, Tom, and Robert but it has not stopped them from winning games so let’s just move on.

In September, I said, “just wake me up in January during the AFC Championship game.” Now, for the 7th straight year, the Patriots are back in the playoffs. Their presence in the AFC is hardly surprising, but their opponent’s is. If anyone would have said in September that the AFC Championship would be the Pats and Jaguars, they would’ve been ridiculed. No one thought they would be here, and I am sure that there are some who think that they do not deserve to be here.

Look, Blake Bortles is 100% trash, but he’s been doing just enough for the Jags to win. And in case you haven’t noticed, that defense can play. Although the Steelers put up plenty of points, they were mostly just prayers, as the Steelers were playing from behind all game long. The Jaguars defense has talent, and I expect a competitive game next week, especially since they have Tom Coughlin in their building, and let’s be honest, Tom Coughlin OWNS BILL AND TOM.

The NFC had both 1 and 2 seeds winning their game. The Eagles did just enough to win, and Julio once again showed how soft he is during crunch time. Although they will be underdogs again against the Vikings, I would not count out the Eagles. We have seen these dome teams struggle playing outside in less-than-perfect conditions, but the real difference might be the Vikings’ stout defense.

PS: SEAN PAYTON IS A FUCKING CLOWN. THIS GUY DID THE CHOKE SYMBOL TO THE FALCONS RUNNING BACK YET SEAN AND HIS SAINTS HAVENT BEEN PAST THE DIVISIONAL ROUND IN 8 YEARS 8! THIS GUY NEEDS TO GET OVER HIMSELF. I LOVED WATCHING HIM CRUMBLE THAT GAME AWAY. THEY SHOULD’VE LOST TO THE PANTHERS, BUT THIS LOSS SHOULD HURT MORE SO EVEN BETTER THAT MAN NEEDS TO HUMBLE HIMSELF!


*Photo courtesy of TwinCities.com

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