NFL Divisional Playoff Picks Print E-mail
Written by Denis Krusos   
Thursday, 10 January 2019 14:50

Season To Date: 26-29
Indianapolis Colts (11-6) at Kansas City Chiefs (12-4): The Colts are on a major roll
and are more balanced than the Chiefs.  Kansas City misses Kareem Hunt.  Indy has a terrific
offensive line and are running the ball well.  They should be able to control the time of possession and
take a drive or two away from Patrick Mahomes.  Andrew Luck is fantastic in his own right and he has the
better team overall. 
Colts 33- Chiefs 30
Dallas Cowboys (11-6) at Los Angeles Rams (13-3): LA has a better offensive line than Seattle.
Dallas will not be able to force as many negative plays as last week.  Ezekiel Elliott and Todd Gurley
are both fantastic players.  Elliott will be able to run the ball against a Rams defense that does surrender
rushing yards.  Dak Prescott does not play nearly as well on the road as he does at home.  Jared Goff
makes a couple of more plays than Prescott does and that is the difference in this game.
Rams 27- Cowboys 20. 
Los Angeles Chargers (13-4) at New England Patriots (11-5): 
The Chargers have the ingredients to upset New England.  First, they have a good pass rush to bother Tom Brady.  
Second, LA has three talented wide receivers to take advantage of New England's secondary.  Third, the Chargers can run the ball and take
time off the clock. New England is tough to beat at home, but nothing lasts forever.
Chargers 24- Patriots 23. 
Philadelphia Eagles (10-7) at New Orleans Saints (13-3): New Orleans crushed Philadelphia 48-7 in week 11.
The Eagles are healthier and are on another Nick Foles led playoff run.  However, the Saints are so good at home
and Drew Brees figures to have his way with Philly's secondary.  The rematch is much closer, but the Saints are the better team.
Saints 34- Eagles 20.

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