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Tony T., Sports Reporter

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The NFL (National Football League) season is over. Now, it’s playoff time! There are four teams in the divisional round, which are the Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings. They all have the same record of 13 wins and 3 losses. The teams that are in the Wildcard games are the Titans, the Chiefs, the Falcons, the Rams, the Bills, the Jaguars, the Panthers, and the Saints. According to NFL.com, the projected teams going to the Super Bowl are the Saints and the Steelers. The team rankings for the playoffs are 1. Patriots, 2. Vikings,  3. Steelers, 4. Rams, 5. Eagles, 6. Saints, 7. Panthers, 8. Falcons, 9. Jaguars, 10. Chiefs, 11. Titans, and 12. Bills. The Eagles and Patriots have home-field advantage throughout all of the playoffs, which makes it a lot harder for them to lose with almost nobody booing them at the stadium.

According to FoxSports.com, the key players that have gotten injuries during the playoffs are: DeMarco Murray from the Titans, Tamba Hall and Antwan Goodley from the Chiefs. Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones from the Falcons, Michael Thomas, and Brian Randolph from the Rams. For the Bills, Marcus Easley, LeSean McCoy, and Percy Harvin. For the Jaguars, Tevaun Smith, and Cam Robinson. For the Panthers, Devin Funchess, and Matt Kalil. For the Saints, Terron Armstead, and Trey Hendrickson. For the Divisional games, the Eagles and Falcons, the Titans and Patriots, Jaguars and Steelers, and the Saints and Vikings.

The key injuries for the Divisional Championship games are for the Falcons, Jake Reed, and David Mims ll. For the Eagles, Carson Wentz, Jay Ajayi, Brandon Graham, and Jalen Mills. For the Titans, DeMarco Murray, and Jimmy Staten, for the Patriots, Chris Hogan, and James White. For the Jaguars, Charles Gaines, and Larry Pinkard,For the Steelers, Antonio Brown, and Kevin Anderson. For the Saints, Kyle Prater, and Jimmy Pruit, for the Vikings, Xavier Rhodes, and Kyle Rudolph. Football Fans these next few games are going to be good ones as these teams make their way to U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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