NFL Divisional Sunday!!
- Updated: December 12, 2014
By Totals 4 U
Hey, Sports fans!
Much of the coast to coast travel is in the books for the National Football League as most teams now turn their sights on Divisional Rivals for the home stretch to playoff invitations. On the heels of Thursday night’s AFC West battle (congrats to all on Cards/Rams under), Sunday features no less than 10 huge divisional showdowns. Let’s take a look…
Oakland (2-11) @ Kansas City (7-6): Maybe not a blockbuster but simply critical for the Chiefs. As of now they are on the outside looking in and probably need to run the table to make the post.
Houston (7-6) @ Indianapolis (9-4): Another of the 5 AFC teams sitting at 7-6 and the Texans have to pull the upset on the road against the South leader.
Cincinnati (8-4-1) @ Cleveland (7-6): Of the 7-6ers, the Browns are the longest shots for a Wildcard due to tie-breakers but just a game and a half separate first and worst in the north.
Miami (7-6) @ New England (10-3): A loss for the Dolphins ends their season but seems a tall order without a few forced of turnovers are the Pats are 6-0 at Gillette Stadium in 2014.
Tampa Bay (2-11) @ Carolina (4-8-1): Their seasons may be over but not their humiliation. 10-year vet Derek Anderson goes for the Cats and with 5 squads at 2-11, do the Bucs want to win?
Washington (3-10) @ New York (4-9): A riot may break out at MetLife stadium for all the frustration shared by these two groups of fans. You couldn’t pay met to get anywhere near it.
Minnesota (6-7) @ Detroit (9-4): The Vikings are officially eliminated but a very important game for the Lions. 1 game behind in the North to the Packers, who have the Bills and Bucs before the the DET/GB showdown on the 28th at Lambeau.
Denver (10-3) @ San Diego (8-5): The Bolts are sitting 6th and final in the current playoff standings and have a shot here against the Broncs who have posted all 3 of their losses on the highway.
San Francisco (7-6) @ Seattle (9-4): Get out the Ben Gay as this one is going to leave a few lumps. Chasing down the Cards in the West has proven surprisingly tough and even if the Niners run the table, they may miss the post.
Dallas (9-4) @ Philadelphia (9-4): Here’s why it will be tough. 4 NFC teams at 9-4 stand in the way with the Eagles currently in as divisional leader and the cowboys out behind the Seahawks and Lions for the Wildcard. Should be a show under the NBC lights.
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– TD at Totals 4 You