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Bills 19 @ Texans 22
final overtime
Sat, 1/4/20 3:35pm
7 Picks - 64% 4 Picks - 36%
Texans
Texans
Bills
Bills
Texans
Texans
Bills
Bills
Titans 20 @ Patriots 13
Final
Sat, 1/4/20 7:15pm
2 Picks - 17% 10 Picks - 83%
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
Patriots
Titans
Titans
Patriots
Patriots
Vikings 26 @ Saints 20
final overtime
Sun, 1/5/20 12:05pm
3 Picks - 25% 9 Picks - 75%
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Vikings
Saints
Saints
Seahawks 17 @ Eagles 9
Final
Sun, 1/5/20 3:40pm
8 Picks - 67% 4 Picks - 33%
Seahawks
Seahawks
Seahawks
Seahawks
Eagles
Eagles
Seahawks
Seahawks
Week Record3 - 1
0.750
First Place
2 - 2
0.500
3 - 1
0.750
First Place
1 - 3
0.250
Season Record163 - 96
0.629
149 - 110
0.575
167 - 92
0.645
166 - 93
0.641
Scotttime Record2321 - 1401
0.624
2232 - 1490
0.600
2326 - 1396
0.625
2324 - 1398
0.624
No-Pack-Vike Record2663 - 1562
0.630
2585 - 1640
0.612
2678 - 1547
0.634
2637 - 1588
0.624
Lifetime Record2998 - 1791
0.626
2843 - 1946
0.594
2996 - 1793
0.626
2983 - 1806
0.623
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0.250
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0.632
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Week:2 - 2
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Week:1 - 3
0.250
Season:162 - 97
0.625
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Season:158 - 99
0.615
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Bills 19 @ Texans 22

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Texans have been playing the opening Saturday playoff game for the last ten years straight I think. That's probably right. Look it up. The thing is, this Texans team is crazy inconsistent. Sort of Vikingsesque in their ability to seem elite and then terrible. Apparently Will Fuller V has a lot to do with that, so if he is playing that will be especially good for them. Sounds like he won't be but they still should have enough..

Titans 20 @ Patriots 13

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Years from now when you're asked who it was who finally ended the Belichick Brady era, remember it was Ryan Tannehill (with some help from Henry and some other guys of course).
OK, so it might seem unlikely but it's been pointed out that former Patriots coaches have fared quite well recently when playing New England. Vrabel has previously beaten them, and he can do it again.

Vikings 26 @ Saints 20

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I'm gonna talk about Drew Brees for a bit here. Firstly, he might actually be underrated. Not in the sense that people don't think he's great, but in the sense that people are much more likely to rattle off his contemporaries' names before his when they're listing greats. The website fivethirtyeight looked at qb stats in the recently concluded "decade" of the 2010s and man, Brees's numbers were impressive. Now, you can't always just take an arbitrary time period like that because it will inevitably align well with some career primes but not others. Incidentally, it lines up almost perfectly with Aaron Rodgers's career so far. Meanwhile, Brees is about four years older and had already had some good years and started the decade on his age 31 season. Now, traditionally that wouldn't be his prime, but maybe it is, because his numbers this last decade eclipse all other QBs, Rodgers included. Now, maybe I'm wrong, but I feel like people are more likely to put Rodgers near the top of their list. But the numbers don't agree. Not by total performance, or peak season (2011 for each of them), based on fivethirtyeight's metrics. Brady has the most rings, and he and Rodgers each have a pair of MVPs this decade, but Brees put up the best numbers this last decade, and I'd argue, is the best among them. Source:
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-best-and-worst-of-pro-sports-in-the-2010s/

Now I'm gonna do a complete 180, sort of. This year, you could argue that Brees has again been excellent, but also, in a strange way, not terribly valuable. He missed five games this year and his team won all of them! Would it be a stretch to think that's approximately five more games than you would have expected them to win? Anyway, credit to Bridgewater and the other players and coaches, but also, what gives? Is Brees a system QB? No, he's not. But they obviously have a good system in place and the players and coaches know what they're doing.

Seahawks 17 @ Eagles 9

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Jon
These teams aren't that far apart. Oddly enough, the Seahawks are actually better on the road this year, so this feels even more like a win for them. But the Eagles have have something going. Seahawks are vulnerable.
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01/02/2020 @ 11:40:41 AM
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01/07/2020 @ 01:45:36 PM
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We should play this for money next year!!!!
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