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    The Los Angeles Rams handed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their first loss of 2021. Can Sean McVay’s club end the season for the defending Super Bowl champions? Back in Week 3 at SoFi Stadium, the Los Angeles Rams handed the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers a 34-24 setback. Now the teams square off in the divisional round of the playoffs, this time at Raymond James Stadium. With Tom Brady at the controls, Bruce Arians’ team has scored at least 30 points in five straight playoff games dating back to 2020. 3 reasons the Rams upset the Buccaneers3. Sean McVay exploits Tampa’s run defense: This season, only the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans allowed fewer yards per game on the ground than Todd Bowles’ defensive unit. But this aspect of the Buccaneers’ defense certainly showed some cracks late in the year – even though Arians’ team rallied to win those games. 2. OLB Von Miller comes up big: He missed the entire 2020 season and then was slow out of the gate this year. The Denver Broncos opted...
    Aaron Rodgers toe injury is still impacting him weeks later, but the Packers finally got some good news heading into the divisional round. Rodgers has yet to defeat the San Francisco 49ers — the team that infamously passed on him in the 2005 NFL Draft for Alex Smith — in the postseason. He can deliver that vital blow in front of thousands at Lambeau Field on Saturday. But Rodgers’ has his own issues to worry about. The Cal product hasn’t been shy about discussing everything but football in the days leading up to the game, though he did give a hint as to how his toe is feeling. Rodgers injured his toe in Week 9, and it’s been bothering him ever since. The Packers quarterback never considered surgery, and instead played through the ailment for the remainder of the regular season. Aaron Rodgers says (before showing Kay his socks) that his toe is much better. The reason why is that the fracture has healed enough to where it’s no longer unstable or moving around. https://t.co/vCmGllZV0z — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)...
    CINCINNATI (11-7) at TENNESSEE (12-5) Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET, CBS BETTING LINE: Titans by 3 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook. AGAINST THE SPREAD: Bengals 10-7; Titans 10-7. SERIES RECORD: Titans lead 40-35-1. LAST MEETING: Bengals beat Titans 31-20 on Nov. 1, 2020, in Cincinnati. LAST WEEK: Bengals beat Raiders 26-19; Titans had first-round bye after beating Texans 28-25. BENGALS OFFENSE: OVERALL (13), RUSH (23), PASS (7), SCORING (t-7). BENGALS DEFENSE: OVERALL (18), RUSH (5), PASS (26), SCORING (t-17). TITANS OFFENSE: OVERALL (17), RUSH (5), PASS (24), SCORING (15). TITANS DEFENSE: OVERALL (10), RUSH (2), PASS (20), SCORING (14). TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Bengals 0; Titans minus-3. BENGALS PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Joe Burrow. The top pick in the 2020 draft set franchise records with 4,611 yards passing and 34 TD passes during the regular season, and his 108.3 passer rating ranked second in the NFL. He completed 70.6% of his passes for 244 yards and two TDs in his playoff debut last week. Burrow has not been intercepted in his past five starts, averaging 344 yards passing...
    The Green Bay Packers are dealing with some injuries to important players heading into the Divisional Round against the San Francisco 49ers. The Green Bay Packers had the best record in the entire NFL this season, earning themselves the top seed in the NFC and a bye in the Wild Card Round. Even with the week off, the Packers are still dealing with injuries to some important players on offense. Packers head coach Matt LaFleur revealed that left tackle David Bakhtiari is questionable and wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling is doubtful for the team’s Divisional Round game against the San Francisco 49ers. Bakhtiari is dealing with a knee injury, while Valdes-Scantling has a back issue. #Packers HC Matt LaFleur said LT David Bakhtiari (knee) is questionable and WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (back) is doubtful for Saturdays game vs. San Francisco. — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) January 20, 2022 Packers dealing with injuries ahead of Divisional Round Both Bakhtiari and Valdes-Scantling did not participate in practice on Thursday, Jan. 20. Bakhtiari had just made his season debut in Green Bay’s Week 18 game against...
    With the NFL’s first “Super Wild Card Weekend” in the books, only eight teams remain in the hunt for the Super Bowl title. After ranking all 32 teams throughout the 18-week regular season, The Baltimore Sun examines the top contenders heading into the divisional round: 1. Green Bay Packers Thanks to their first-round bye, the Packers (13-4) were able to give left tackle David Bakhtiari, cornerback Jaire Alexander and edge rusher Za’Darius Smith another week of rest as they work their way back from injury. Bakhtiari shook off some rust in Week 18 against the Lions, while Alexander and Smith returned to practice in recent weeks. That’s three Pro Bowl-caliber players the NFC’s No. 1 seed can drop onto its roster for the most important stretch of the season. Of course, the Packers also have the best quarterback-receiver combination in the league in Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams, a strong one-two at running back in Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon and one of the most successful young coaches in NFL history in Matt LaFleur. But if there’s...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans are rested and healthier than they’ve been in weeks, maybe months. They also know their next opponent. Now they get a chance to prove how well they used their bye week as the AFC’s top seed. “I guess we’ll see on Saturday if it was enough,” Titans coach Mike Vrabel said Monday. The Titans (12-5) returned to work Sunday after three days off while not knowing their opponent. No. 4 seed Cincinnati (11-7) is locked in as their divisional opponent after Kansas City’s win over Pittsburgh on Sunday night. Tennessee coaches did some prep work last week on the Bengals, one of two opponents in the AFC playoff field the Titans didn’t play this season. The Titans last faced the Bengals in Cincinnati in 2020, and then-rookie Joe Burrow helped hand Tennessee its second loss t hat season, 31-20 on Nov. 1. Vrabel noted the Titans didn’t have many answers for Cincinnati in 2020. “That was a long time ago, but obviously we’re very aware of the type of...
    The Real host Jeannie Mai is pregnant at 42, more celebs expecting babies FedEx stock sinks into bear-market territory ahead of earnings Week 2 of the NFL wrapped up the same way it started — with a high-scoring, exciting matchup between divisional rivals. Aaron Rodgers returned to form assuring the fans at Lambeau Field that the Pack is back in a 35-17 victory ove the Lions. Green Bay covered as 11.5-point favorites against the rebuilding Lions, but it hasn't been that easy for favorites this season against their divisional foes. Underdogs have held their own, covering in four of the eight divisional games this season with three of the underdogs winning outright on the moneyline. "Divisional 'dogs" hold more value early in the year due to the familiarity between the two teams coupled with the natural variance a new season brings. Week 3 provides us with four opportunities for divisional matchups with some pretty significant point spreads. Underdogs have cashed in nine of 14 matchups this year where the closing line was four points or more. All five divisional...
    Hillary and Chelsea Clinton’s HiddenLight Options Maisie Dobbs Series of Novels Goldman Sachs announces the latest part of its $10 billion racial justice investment ⁠- this time supporting Black women in STEM Football bettors often have a few systems they follow, even if they aren't doing it cognitively. Some bettors love backing teams coming off ugly losses while others will always make sure to fade a west-coast team playing in the early time slot. Some of these trends are currently more profitable than others, but at one point, they all were moneymakers. That's why we started following them in the first place.  With the expansion of "Thursday Night Football" over the past 15 or so years, many were quick to realize that home teams were profitable on Thursday nights. It makes sense; traveling during a short week should theoretically put a team at a disadvantage.  Divisional road teams fared a bit better on Thursday nights, but they still weren't a winning proposition. With the New York Giants currently a 3.5 point underdog Thursday night in Washington, let's take a...
    CLEVELAND (12-6) at KANSAS CITY (16-3) Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EDT, CBS OPENING LINE: Chiefs by 6 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook SERIES RECORD: Chiefs lead 14-11-2 LAST MEETING: Chiefs beat Browns 17-12 on Jan. 17 in divisional playoffs in Kansas City BROWNS OFFENSE: OVERALL (16), RUSH (3), PASS (24), SCORING (14) BROWNS DEFENSE: OVERALL (17), RUSH (9), PASS (22), SCORING (21) CHIEFS OFFENSE: OVERALL (1), RUSH (16), PASS (1), SCORING (6) CHIEFS DEFENSE: OVERALL (16), RUSH (21), PASS (14), SCORING (T10) TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Browns plus-5; Chiefs plus 6. BROWNS PLAYER TO WATCH: QB Baker Mayfield is suddenly surrounded by one of the most talent-laden teams in the league. Now, can he improve upon a season in which he averaged a career-worst 223 yards passing per game with 26 TD passes and eight interceptions? CHIEFS PLAYER TO WATCH: The Chiefs know what they’ll get from QB Patrick Mahomes and Co., but RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire is something of a mystery. He showed sparks during an injury-shortened rookie season, but he’ll need to produce more than 808 yards rushing and four TDs...
    More from: Ian OConnor Joey Gallo finally got taste of Yankees bliss he always dreamed of Joe Judge embracing Giants old-school coaching legacy Its up to Aaron Boone to change his Yankees fate Mets feeding off larger-than-life Pete Alonso Yankees show they have heart for a playoff fight On the subject of Mets collapses, it was easier to assign blame in the bad old days. When people were tired of ripping into Fred Wilpon, his son Jeff was always available to absorb some well-earned shots to the ribs. Now, things aren’t as black-and-white. The new man in charge, Steve Cohen, projects a can-do vibe that runs counter to the Wilpons’ loserville touch and deserves a fair-and-square chance to build his program. But on Friday night, before his team lost for the seventh time in nine games and fell out of first place for the first time since May 7, this one 4-2 in Philadelphia, perhaps the rookie owner made a rookie mistake. “How about a little positive energy for this weekend?” Cohen tweeted. “I’m feeling the offense is going...
    New York Giants: Divisional rival Eagles to have QB competition after Wentz trade By: Cay North February 19, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditCarson Wentz has been a divisional foe of the New York Giants since joining the Eagles in 2016, but that will be no more after the Eagles moved him to the Colts for a pair of draft picks. The move ushers in questions about the quarterback position in Philly while the Giants, on the other hand, more or less know they’re sticking with Daniel Jones this season for better or worse. The trade was reported on by ESPN, who also claims that Jalen Hurts isn’t the automatic starter now that Wentz is moving on from Philadelphia. Wentz will be reunited with Colts head coach Frank Reich, his former offensive coordinator in Philadelphia, and help fill the void left by Philip Rivers’ retirement, while the Eagles are likely to turn to Jalen Hurts, though they also intend to bring in competition for him. The Eagles’ starting job is not expected to automatically go...
    The Bachelor: A Frontrunner Breaks Up With Matt James After Drama With Cruel and Malicious Women Things every retiree should toss in 2021 Divisional Round fantasy football recap and early Conference Championship odds Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football ForecastApple Podcasts • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Podcasts Matt Harmon and Scott Pianowski are here to recap the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs and preview this weekend's games for the latest episode of the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast! First up, the guys discuss the results of Divisonal Round weekend. While the Chiefs, Bills, Packers and Bucs will be heading to their conference championships, where will the Browns, Ravens, Rams and Saints go from here? Will OBJ return to past fantasy glory? Can Baltimore find a passing game? Will Sean McVay finally trust one running back for a full season? And, is this the last time we’ll see Drew Brees under center? We’re well into coaching carousel season, with Robert Saleh heading to the Jets and Brandon Staley heading next door to the Chargers. How will that impact their new teams’ fantasy futures? And before we get...
    Capitol protest tracker: Heres a live look at capitols across the US Fact check: Trump loses several perks only if theres an impeachment conviction by Jan. 20 Saints vs. Buccaneers odds, line: NFL playoff picks, 2021 Divisional Round predictions by expert whos 20-6 A berth in the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers will be at stake on Sunday when the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers collide in the 2021 NFL Playoffs. The Saints (13-4) won the NFC South and are coming off a 21-9 Wild Card win over Chicago. The Buccaneers (12-5) finished second in the division and enter the Divisional Round off a 31-23 victory over Washington. The winner will face the top-seeded Packers, who beat the Rams on Saturday, for the right to represent the NFC in the 2021 Super Bowl. © Provided by CBS Sports Dec 22, 2019; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) attempts a pass during the first half against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium. Kickoff is set for 6:40 p.m. ET. New Orleans...
    More On: nfl playoffs Jamal Adams trolls Jalen Ramsey after playoff loss: ‘See y’all in Cabo!’ Tom Brady sends stud rookie autographed jersey after playoff matchup Browns-Chiefs: How to watch AFC Divisional round game, time, weather Two words from Rams coach raise doubt about Jared Goff’s future Two of the NFL’s best arms meet up in the NFC Divisional Round. The Sunday evening game between Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Drew Brees’ New Orleans Saints marks the first postseason — and potentially the final –matchup between the two future Hall of Famers. Brees, who turned 42 Friday, has gotten the better of Brady, 43, in their two meetings this season — a 34-23 Week 1 win and a 38-3 thrashing in Week 9. This time, there’s more on the line: a berth in the NFC Championship Game, putting the victor a win away from Super Bowl 2021. Brady, in his first season away from New England, has meshed well with his receiving corps led by with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and old friends Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown....
    Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. VSiN’s NFL experts drill into some betting angles for Sunday’s games. Browns at Chiefs Hill: Trivia time: When is the last time the Chiefs won a game by more than six points? I’ll wait. … Yes, in Week 8, the Chiefs defeated the Jets, 35-9, and they have not won by more than six points since that first day of November. The Chiefs have been sleepwalking through most of the season (or maybe they’re just not as dominant as we think). Remember, last year they trailed every postseason game by double digits, so this team is extremely streaky, even from quarter to quarter. Now, in comes a Browns team having its most successful season in decades, with absolutely no expectations and nothing to lose. They could lose this game 50-0 and the season will still be unanimously commended as a rousing...
    . and Ap La Jornada newspaperSaturday, January 16, 2021, p. a11 The Angels. Eight teams open the divisional series to reserve a spot in the American Conference and National championships. Today the Green Bay Packers face the Los Angeles Rams and Buffalo Bills meets the Baltimore Ravens to close out the duels between the Kansas City Chiefs against Cleveland and the New Orleans Saints on Sunday to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. No NFL team scored more points in the regular season than the Packers, and no one has played better defensively than the Rams, so the game looks fascinating when Aaron Rodgers faces defensive tackle Aaron Donald. NFC top seed Green Bay will be looking with Aaron Rodgers, 37, a favorite for this year’s Most Valuable Player award and future Hall of Famer, to go to the Championship game. Josh Allen’s Bills will close out Saturday night by hosting Lamar Jackson and his Baltimore Ravens in the AFC series. Allen blossomed like a star this season by setting several franchise records in passing and scoring. Josh, 24,...
    The old saying goes that it is difficult to beat a team three times in one season. After sweeping the season series, winning by a combined 72-26, the New Orleans Saints they will try to do exactly that when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday with a ticket to the NFC Championship Game at stake. However, the history of football shows that this cliché is more fiction than reality. Of the previous 21 times a team beat a division rival twice in the regular season and faced them again in the playoffs, it won the third game 14 times. Including the most recent case, when the same Saints they defeated the Panthers in 2018. Both teams went about business as big favorites in the wild-card round, although Buccaneers they had a narrow advantage over Washington for most of their competition away from home. They ended up exceeding expectations by covering the line, but only held a two-point lead for just over 14 minutes of the game. Still, they outscored the team without a nickname by more than 125...
    Joe Robbins/Getty Images For diehard football fans, the best weekend of the year has arrived. Eight teams are still alive in the quest for the Lombardi trophy. All eight will be in action over the next two days, as they try to earn a spot in the conference championship round. The weekend’s opening matchup — the first of two on Saturday — pits the Green Bay Packers against the Los Angeles Rams. Green Bay comes in well rested as the only NFC team to have gotten a first-round bye this season. And for the first time this year, they will have their fans in the stands of Lambeau Field cheering them on — as 8,000 fans are being allowed to enter on Saturday. It’s been a strong season for the Packers — who compiled a gaudy record of 13-3 on their way to an NFC North crown. That was largely thanks to their offense, led by all-world quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The Packers drafted their potential quarterback of the future in the first round this year, and that...
    Florida restaurant manager uses covert signals to rescue abused child, police say A garden of delights for Romes creepiest emperor: Caligulas purported hangout open to public Fantasy Football Rankings, Divisional Round, 2021: Proven model says start Josh Allen, sit Jarvis Landry The 2021 NFL Playoffs continue this weekend with the Divisional Round, and fans everywhere are dissecting the Fantasy football matchups as they set their lineups. Aaron Rodgers led the NFL with 48 touchdown passes and now will look to pick up where he left off when the Packers host the Rams. Los Angeles had the No. 1 scoring defense in the NFL and allowed just 5.1 net adjusted yards per pass attempt (also first). © Provided by CBS Sports Dec 23, 2018; Charlotte, NC, USA; Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) passes the ball in the second quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. Can you trust Rodgers in your lineups or are there other quarterbacks who should be higher in your Fantasy football rankings? With plenty of star power in the Divisional Round NFL...
    After an interesting (and very busy) wild card weekend, the NFL playoff field has been trimmed down to eight remaining teams. The divisional round slate offers many angles for bettors, whether against the spread, on the moneyline, or on the over/under. Every week, this column provides a detailed breakdown of our favorite bets, weaving in a preview of exclusive data from BetQL. This compilation serves as a mere sneak preview of all that BetQL offers. Check us out now to reveal our full betting predictions for every game of the divisional round, including projections and best bet ratings from our NFL Best Bet Model. All data presented is as of Friday morning. You can track all NFL line movement on BetQL’s Line Movement Dashboard. Divisional Round Betting Picks: Spread pick of the week Los Angeles Rams (+6.5) at Green Bay Packers When will people stop doubting the Rams? These guys just keep defying the odds in front of our eyes, and yet Vegas gives them a touchdown this weekend? Sign me up. Los Angeles has the best defense in the league,...
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