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.