Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The NFL season featured more great teams than usual and those great teams used the divisional round to prove the separation although one couldn’t come out on top.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The playoffs continued and in year where the new guard and the old guard were going to face-off there remains only one of the dominant teams with plenty of new blood to keep things interesting.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The divisional weekend showed that away teams aren’t always the ones to take the surprise win but that didn’t stop questions from rising heading into the championship weekend.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The road to the Super Bowl continued with the divisional round as the top teams in each conference finally got involved in the action. The New England Patriots and Denver Broncos played host to the AFC Divisional games while the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks played host in the NFC. Overall there were little surprises on the day as most of the home teams took the win and proved why they earned home field advantage. The only team to bring a surprise to the weekend was the Indianapolis Colts.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The NFL took one more step towards the Super Bowl as eight teams played the Divisional round to earn a spot in the conference championships. The weekend was not the same fast paced surprise filled weekend of the wild card with more predictable outcomes this week. The matchups were perfect settings for upsets this week as the top teams in the league would look to move on to the conference championships.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The 2013 NFL Playoffs started with some good games but nothing that made people think this was going to be a playoffs to remember. Then the divisional playoffs would start this year with and begin the best weekend of football in the season. The divisional playoffs would change the course of this years road to the Super Bowl as all four games would have massive storylines develop throughout the time on the field.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Playoffs)

The NFL continued their playoffs as the Divisional Round took place this past week with some surprises but above all the proof of an old saying. The old saying is the “Defence Wins Championships” and it had seriously been challenged this year. The challengers were the Green Bay Packers and the New England Patriots who ranked 32nd and 31st respectively in total defence.

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