The NFL is slated to have some of the best games this weekend and we’re here to give you some feedback as to who could come out on top of these games.
All of these teams will be battling it out to try and represent themselves as one of the final four teams in the NFL and compete for a chance at playing in the Super Bowl. Everything will be on the line this week.
Let’s take a look at predictions for every game on the schedule this weekend.
Green Bay Packers vs. Los Angeles Rams
The Green Bay Packers are set to play host to the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday afternoon at 4:35 pm ET. The Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers, will look to defeat the team from out West after having an extra week of recovery and preparation. I like the Packers to win this one 32 to 15. I’m going with the Packers due to their experience in the playoffs.
Sure, the Rams were in the Super Bowl just two years ago, but it won’t be easy beating a team like Green Bay, especially when half of your team is banged up already.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills
The Baltimore Ravens are set to travel to New York and take on the very good Buffalo Bills on Saturday evening at 8:15 pm eastern time. The Bills, who finished the regular season 13-3, will look to knock off a team lead by a former NFL MVP quarterback in the Baltimore Ravens.
I think this will be a close game for the first half, but the Bills will run away with it in the second half and win 29 to 10. The Bills’ defense is by far one of the best in the NFL and they will make needed adjustments and intercept Lamar Jackson at least two times en route to a big win.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cleveland Browns
Weather won’t play much of a factor as both teams play outdoors and the temperature is deciding to be kind to both teams at a beautiful 41 degrees and sunny is currently being forecasted. This game will feature two of the NFL’s bright young stars and not much defense.
I like the Kansas City Chiefs in this one 37 to 32. The Browns will make a valiant effort, but a costly mistake near the end of the game will likely cost them this game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints
Brady has struggled in his career against Drew Brees, while Brees has thrived against Brady. I think history will repeat itself and Brees and the Saints will advance to the NFC Championship game after a 27 to 17 victory over the Bucs.
The Saints’ defense will continue to thrive against Brady and sack him at least three times and intercept him at least once. If the Saints’ defense comes to play, consider this game over for Brady and the Bucs.