I forgot about the Super Bowl.
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Le’Veon Bell’s ground game has Pittsburgh thinking Super Bowl. Can Belichick and Brady slow him down? And who wins the expected shootout in the ATL? (PHOTO BY WILLIAM PURNELL/ICON SPORTSWIRE)
After a stellar season, the Cowboys were the NFL’s best until Aaron Rodgers knocked them from the playoffs. Why so much love? (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)
After a record-breaking season, Dallas’ phenom rookies aim to continue their success in the postseason. Advancing would require taking down the league’s top player.
The NFC’s two hottest teams go toe-to-toe in Lambeau in what promises to be an epic battle. The rest of Wildcard Weekend? Eh. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
The Eagles can ruin the Giants’ shot at a top seed Thursday night. I’ll settle for another competitive performance. (Photo by USA Today)
The Eagles keep losing close games by following the same script. At least Sunday’s defeat had some bright spots. (Photo: AP)
The Ravens head to New England to face off with the AFC leading Patriots. Is this a preview of another January showdown? (Photo by CHARLES TRAINOR)
The Eagles stink right now, but that has more to do with Chip Kelly than Doug Pederson. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
The Giants are doing that thing the Giants do where they keep winning and no one really understands why it’s happening. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
It’s been a difficult six weeks for Sam Bradford and the Vikings. Minnesota must rally for a playoff spot that seemed a lock two months ago. (Photo by Raj Mehta/USA TODAY Sports)
The Eagles are playing more like the team we thought they’d be in August than the one we believed they were at the beginning of October. (Photo by Bill Streicher/USA TODAY)
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy some football. Sorry I mailed in these picks. (Photo: Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports)
It was an ugly loss in Seattle. Despite the 11 point margin, it felt like a 30 point beatdown. Still, there is hope. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)
The Rams finally had enough of Case Keenum. It’s now Jared Goff’s turn to fix one of the NFL’s worst offenses. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)