THIS JUST IN:
The Packers just scored again.
One week after still being on the outside looking in the Packers are in the playoff picture with authority after serving up another country whippin’ to a visiting opponent.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Mark Sanchez felt the brunt of Green Bay’s attack in a 53-20 clubbing on Sunday.
As for the AFC, the Patriots took a solid step in the home-field advantage race but with several rough showdowns left including Sunday vs. Detroit, New England is far from out of the woods.
#1 – New England Patriots (AFC East champion, bye)
#2 – Denver Broncos (AFC West champion, bye)
#3 – Cincinnati Bengals (AFC North champion)
#4 – Indianapolis Colts (AFC South champion)
#5 – Kansas City Chiefs (Wild Card)
#6 – Pittsburgh Steelers (Wild Card)
#1 – Arizona Cardinals (NFC East champion, bye)
#2 – Detroit Lions (NFC North champion, bye)
#3 – Philadelphia Eagles (NFC East champion)
#4 – Atlanta Falcons (NFC South champion)
#5 – Green Bay Packers (Wild Card)
#6 – Dallas Cowboys (Wild Card)
PROPOSED, FICTIONAL TV SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 @ 4:30PM – #6 Pittsburgh Steelers at #3 Cincinnati Bengals (NBC)*
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 @ 8:00PM – #6 Dallas Cowboys at #3 Philadelphia Eagles (NBC)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 @ 1:00PM – #5 Green Bay Packers at #4 New Orleans Saints (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 4 @ 4:30PM – #5 Kansas City Chiefs at #4 Indianapolis Colts (CBS)
*Also known as the “Brad Nessler Game.”
DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF ROUND:
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 @ 4:30PM – PHI/ATL/GB at #2 Detroit (CBS)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 @ 8PM – CIN/IND/KC at #2 Denver (FOX)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11 @ 1PM – IND/KC/PIT at #1 New England (CBS)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11 @ 4:30PM – ATL/GB/DAL at #1 Arizona (FOX)
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