Los Angeles Rams vs Dallas Cowboys

Los Angeles Rams vs Dallas Cowboys : The Dallas Cowboys, led by quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott, meet the Los Angeles Rams, led by quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley, in an NFC Divisional Playoff Game on Saturday, January 12, 2019 (1/12/19) at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.

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The winners advance to the AFC and NFC Championship Games on January 20, 2019, with a chance to advance to the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 3, 2019.Click here for picks and predictions for the divisional playoff games.

Rams defensive line vs. Cowboys offensive line: The Cowboys boast one of the NFL’s premier offensive lines, but even they are likely to have their hands full with the Ram’s dominant defensive front. Aaron Donald should be a runaway favorite to win the NFL Defensive Player of The Year award after logging 20.5 sacks and 59 tackles. In addition to Donald, the Cowboys will have to contend with Ndamukong Suh, and Michael Brockers, who combined for 5.5 sacks.

Cowboys WR Amari Cooper vs. Rams CB Aqib Talib: Amari Cooper unlocked the full potential of the Cowboys’ aerial attack after being acquired via trade earlier this season. Last week, Cooper caught seven passes for 106 yards and now has 53 catches for 725 yards and six touchdowns in a Cowboys uniform. Meanwhile, the Rams bolstered their secondary over the offseason, and it will likely be Aqib Talib tasked with containing Cooper. Talib finished the regular season with 23 tackles and one interception.

Rams RB Todd Gurley vs. Dallas Cowboys front-seven: No running backs rushed for more touchdowns than Gurley’s 17 this season, and he finished third in rushing yards with 1,251. Needless to say, the Rams’ offense functions at its best when it funnels through Gurley. If the Rams are able to get Gurley going early against a rushing defense that finished the regular season ranked No. 5 in the league, allowing just 94.6 yards per game, it could be a long night for the Cowboys.

For the first half of the season, Jared Goff was right in the mix for the MVP award alongside the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brews, Philip Rivers, and Tom Brady. However, Goff cooled significantly over the second half of the season, only exceeding 300 passing yards in a game once in five tries during the month of December, with six touchdowns and six interceptions over that span.

Goff lost his first career playoff game last season to the Atlanta Falcons, and will need to play at a high-level if he is going to avoid making it two postseason losses in a row on Saturday night against the Cowboys.
Who has the advantage when the Rams have the ball?

The Rams’ success as a team is predicated on the success of head coach Sean McVay’s team, and the play of Goff, Gurley, and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Los Angeles brings the league’s second-rated offense into Sunday night’s contest, averaging 421.1 yards and 32.9 points per game. If McVay and the Rams are able to dictate the pace of the game and turn it into a track meet, it’s difficult to envision the Cowboys able to keep pace, after averaging 21.2 points per game during the regular season.
Who has the advantage when the Cowboys have the ball?

Teams have shown an ability to attack the Rams’ defense, particularly using the running game to neutralize the impact of Donald and Suh as interior pass-rushers. The Rams have allowed an average of 122.2 yards rushing per game. The only way that the Cowboys are likely to have a chance to pull off the upset is to shorten the game by pounding the run with Elliott early and often.
The Rams will win if …

They are able to pressure Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott into making mistakes and turning the football over defensively, and capitalizing on big plays downfield offensively. If Jared Goff plays a turnover free game, there’s a good chance that the Rams will advance to the NFC Championship Game.
The Cowboys will win if …

Ezekiel Elliott carries the ball over 25 times, exceeds 100 rushing yards with multiple touchdowns and the Cowboys are able to dominate time of possession, keeping Goff, Gurley, Cooks, and the rest of the Rams’ offensive playmakers at bay. The Cowboys’ defense is good enough to limit big-plays over the top, and if this is a low-scoring affair, don’t be surprised if the Cowboys win by at least a touchdown.
Prediction:

The Rams are rested, have a balanced offensive attack, and one of the brightest offensive minds at head coach. Don’t be surprised to see McVay try to establish the run early and often with Gurley, before opening up the playbook and allowing Goff to stretch the field vertically to Cooks and Cooper Kupp. The Cowboys simply aren’t equipped to keep pace in a shootout, which is where the Rams are most comfortable.

Eagles offensive line vs. Saints defensive line: Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan is an elite pass-rusher, but the Eagles are finally fully healthy along the offensive line. Lane Johnson remains among the NFL’s premier offensive tackles, and will likely draw the assignment of keeping Jordan at bay. If the Eagles are able to give Nick Foles a clean pocket to operate, it would go a long way towards pulling off the upset.

Saints CB Eli Apple vs. Alshon Jeffery: The Eagles have plenty of familiarity with Apple from his time with the Giants, and don’t be surprised if head coach Doug Pederson and offensive coordinator Mike Groh make a concerted effort to get Apple isolated in a physical mismatch against wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. Jeffery combined for 12 catches for 107 yards and two touchdowns against the Giants and Saints this season, and Apple gave up 48 yards after the catch against the Eagles back in Week 6.

Eagles defensive line vs. Saints offensive line: The Eagles barely had a chance to breathe on Drew Brees in November’s 48-7 systematic dismantling of the defending champs. Brees gets rid of the football quicker than most quarterbacks across the league, but the Eagles’ defensive line might be the most dominant in football. If the Eagles have any chance of pulling off the upset and advancing to the NFC Championship Game, harassing Brees in the pocket and knocking him off his marks will be critical.

Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Rams

Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Rams : The Dallas Cowboys, led by quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott, meet the Los Angeles Rams, led by quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley, in an NFC Divisional Playoff Game on Saturday, January 12, 2019 (1/12/19) at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.

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The winners advance to the AFC and NFC Championship Games on January 20, 2019, with a chance to advance to the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 3, 2019.Click here for picks and predictions for the divisional playoff games.

Rams defensive line vs. Cowboys offensive line: The Cowboys boast one of the NFL’s premier offensive lines, but even they are likely to have their hands full with the Ram’s dominant defensive front. Aaron Donald should be a runaway favorite to win the NFL Defensive Player of The Year award after logging 20.5 sacks and 59 tackles. In addition to Donald, the Cowboys will have to contend with Ndamukong Suh, and Michael Brockers, who combined for 5.5 sacks.

Cowboys WR Amari Cooper vs. Rams CB Aqib Talib: Amari Cooper unlocked the full potential of the Cowboys’ aerial attack after being acquired via trade earlier this season. Last week, Cooper caught seven passes for 106 yards and now has 53 catches for 725 yards and six touchdowns in a Cowboys uniform. Meanwhile, the Rams bolstered their secondary over the offseason, and it will likely be Aqib Talib tasked with containing Cooper. Talib finished the regular season with 23 tackles and one interception.

Rams RB Todd Gurley vs. Dallas Cowboys front-seven: No running backs rushed for more touchdowns than Gurley’s 17 this season, and he finished third in rushing yards with 1,251. Needless to say, the Rams’ offense functions at its best when it funnels through Gurley. If the Rams are able to get Gurley going early against a rushing defense that finished the regular season ranked No. 5 in the league, allowing just 94.6 yards per game, it could be a long night for the Cowboys.

For the first half of the season, Jared Goff was right in the mix for the MVP award alongside the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brews, Philip Rivers, and Tom Brady. However, Goff cooled significantly over the second half of the season, only exceeding 300 passing yards in a game once in five tries during the month of December, with six touchdowns and six interceptions over that span.

Goff lost his first career playoff game last season to the Atlanta Falcons, and will need to play at a high-level if he is going to avoid making it two postseason losses in a row on Saturday night against the Cowboys.
Who has the advantage when the Rams have the ball?

The Rams’ success as a team is predicated on the success of head coach Sean McVay’s team, and the play of Goff, Gurley, and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Los Angeles brings the league’s second-rated offense into Sunday night’s contest, averaging 421.1 yards and 32.9 points per game. If McVay and the Rams are able to dictate the pace of the game and turn it into a track meet, it’s difficult to envision the Cowboys able to keep pace, after averaging 21.2 points per game during the regular season.
Who has the advantage when the Cowboys have the ball?

Teams have shown an ability to attack the Rams’ defense, particularly using the running game to neutralize the impact of Donald and Suh as interior pass-rushers. The Rams have allowed an average of 122.2 yards rushing per game. The only way that the Cowboys are likely to have a chance to pull off the upset is to shorten the game by pounding the run with Elliott early and often.
The Rams will win if …

They are able to pressure Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott into making mistakes and turning the football over defensively, and capitalizing on big plays downfield offensively. If Jared Goff plays a turnover free game, there’s a good chance that the Rams will advance to the NFC Championship Game.
The Cowboys will win if …

Ezekiel Elliott carries the ball over 25 times, exceeds 100 rushing yards with multiple touchdowns and the Cowboys are able to dominate time of possession, keeping Goff, Gurley, Cooks, and the rest of the Rams’ offensive playmakers at bay. The Cowboys’ defense is good enough to limit big-plays over the top, and if this is a low-scoring affair, don’t be surprised if the Cowboys win by at least a touchdown.
Prediction:

The Rams are rested, have a balanced offensive attack, and one of the brightest offensive minds at head coach. Don’t be surprised to see McVay try to establish the run early and often with Gurley, before opening up the playbook and allowing Goff to stretch the field vertically to Cooks and Cooper Kupp. The Cowboys simply aren’t equipped to keep pace in a shootout, which is where the Rams are most comfortable.

Eagles offensive line vs. Saints defensive line: Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan is an elite pass-rusher, but the Eagles are finally fully healthy along the offensive line. Lane Johnson remains among the NFL’s premier offensive tackles, and will likely draw the assignment of keeping Jordan at bay. If the Eagles are able to give Nick Foles a clean pocket to operate, it would go a long way towards pulling off the upset.

Saints CB Eli Apple vs. Alshon Jeffery: The Eagles have plenty of familiarity with Apple from his time with the Giants, and don’t be surprised if head coach Doug Pederson and offensive coordinator Mike Groh make a concerted effort to get Apple isolated in a physical mismatch against wide receiver Alshon Jeffery. Jeffery combined for 12 catches for 107 yards and two touchdowns against the Giants and Saints this season, and Apple gave up 48 yards after the catch against the Eagles back in Week 6.

Eagles defensive line vs. Saints offensive line: The Eagles barely had a chance to breathe on Drew Brees in November’s 48-7 systematic dismantling of the defending champs. Brees gets rid of the football quicker than most quarterbacks across the league, but the Eagles’ defensive line might be the most dominant in football. If the Eagles have any chance of pulling off the upset and advancing to the NFC Championship Game, harassing Brees in the pocket and knocking him off his marks will be critical.

NFC Divisional Playoff 2019

NFC Divisional Playoff 2019,This is a matchup between two incredible teams, since Hawks quarterback Nick Falls won three games instead of Carson Wentz, who slipped into the NFL 2019 playoffs, and Lille McKee and the defense of the Bears have led Chicago to win nine wins in the last 10 games.

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The path to the 2019 Super Bowl is a long and winding one and Wild Card Weekend dealt a serious plot twist after three underdogs won in outright upsets. That has turned the 2019 NFL playoff picture on its head and set up an extremely intriguing Divisional Round schedule. There are eight teams remaining in the NFL playoff bracket and each one has a shot at winning Super Bowl LIII. In the NFC, the Saints, Eagles, Rams and Cowboys remain, while in the AFC it’s the Chiefs, Colts, Patriotsand Chargers. However, not all Super Bowl odds are created equal, so be sure to check out the latest projections from the advanced computer model at SportsLine before locking in your own Super Bowl LIII predictions and NFL playoff picks.

The team that started 11-2, boasts the NFL’s most dynamic young quarterback and, for so long, seemed like the obvious favorite to go to the Super Bowl? Or the team that started 1-5, only to win 10 of their last 11 games with an MVP candidate of their own?

After a wild opening weekend that saw three teams go on the road and pull off an upset, the NFL playoffs are now headed to the divisional round, which will feature five newcomers and three very familiar faces.

One of those familiar faces belongs to the Patriots, who will be be playing in the divisional round for the ninth-straight year. New England will be taking the field for the first time this postseason on Sunday when they host the Chargers in a game that will be televised by CBS. Tom Brady has absolutely owned Phillip Rivers over the course of his career with a 7-0 record against the Chargers quarterback.

As for the AFC’s other game, the Chiefs will be hosting the sixth-seeded Colts, who upset the Texans in the wild-card round. MVP candidate Patrick Mahomes will be looking to help Kanas City earn its first divisional playoff win since the 1993 season, which also happens to be the last time the Chiefs won a playoff game at home.

Rams vs Cowboys

Rams vs Cowboys: The second of Saturday’s two divisional round playoff games, the battle between the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys bears a lot of similarities to the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts on Saturday’s game is set for 8:15 p.m. ET

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The Dallas Cowboys got a home playoff game, and they managed to best the Seattle Seahawks to advance to the divisional round, where they will face the completely stacked Los Angeles Rams. Saturday’s game is set for 8:15 p.m. ET on FOX (live streaming via fuboTV).

It will be played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and the Rams will be well-rested thanks to a first-round bye.

Dallas narrowly avoided an upset against the Seahawks, winning that game, 24-22. Dak Prescott made a huge play with his legs in the fourth quarter, while weapons Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper both had good games. Dallas was trailing going into the fourth, but scored two touchdowns to hold off Seattle, who scored a touchdown of their own with under a minute to go. They could not, however, secure the onside kick, giving Dallas the win.

Prescott finished that game 22-for-33 for 226 yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed for 29 yards and a touchdown, while Cooper caught seven of his passes for 106 yards. Elliott carried the ball 26 times for 137 yards and a touchdown.

It was something of an uneven season for the Cowboys, who at times looked quite unlike a playoff team but who ultimately pulled it together in the latter half of the season. They started the season with a 3-4 record, but after the bye week won seven of their remaining nine games.

The Rams loaded up on talent this offseason, bringing in multiple big-name free agents and securing several big trades. Offensively, Jared Goff looks like a star, as evidenced by his 32 touchdowns and 4,688 yards this past season. Todd Gurley had 1,251 rushing yards to go with 17 rushing touchdowns.

But on defense is where the Rams get scary. Aaron Donald is a machine that cannot be stopped under any circumstances, and paired with guys like Ndamukong Suh, Dante Fowler Jr., and defensive backs Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib — that defense is just downright scary.

The Dallas Cowboys got a home playoff game, and they managed to best the Seattle Seahawks to advance to the divisional round, where they will face the completely stacked Los Angeles Rams. Saturday’s game is set for 8:15 p.m. ET on FOX (live streaming via fuboTV).

It will be played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and the Rams will be well-rested thanks to a first-round bye.

Cowboys vs Rams

Cowboys vs Rams Live : The Dallas Cowboys are standing in the way of the Rams’ Super Bowl run. Can Los Angeles handle the heat at home? The Los Angeles Rams are hosting the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round of the playoffs this Saturday afternoon.

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This game will be fun to watch. You want to speak about star Power and it can be seen with the Dallas Cowboys. Hope it’s a good game. Rams actually do not have a great fan base despite being successful in recent years. The complete opposite of bears and saints fans. Dak clutch Prescott has more game-winning drives in the history of the NFL. It’s not going to be a straight blowout. The margin can’t be more than 10 in anyone’s favor, but if the Rams play as they have in recent weeks with the run game…you never know… Cowboys got home field advantage. These teams are great on both sides of the ball.

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