Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The Wild Card weekend is meant for teams who barely made it to take on the best int he league but this year it may not be the same as one wild card team is among the best in the league.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The NFL wild card weekend was a display of the myth of home field advantage as for the first time ever in the playoffs no home team won a game.

Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The NFL regular season is fun and gets people exciting but it is the playoffs that every fan, player, coach, and executive waits for. The playoffs are the most exciting time in the NFL and they would come this week in the form of the Wild Card playoffs. The regular season would shape these playoffs as teams rose and fell and in the end 6 teams from each conference would get the chance to play in the extended season. The regular season would also shape where the games would be played as teams all fought for home field advantage.

Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Playoffs)

The Wild Card weekend has come and gone with four teams moving on the divisional playoffs and one step closer to the Super Bowl. The week was full of great games as superstars faced off and the best teams in the league faced off in winner take all battles. That was not the dominant story though as the biggest story of Wild Card Weekend was the retirement of one of the greatest linebackers in NFL history.

Wednesday Morning QB (Wild Card Weekend)

The NFL began another march towards the Lombardi Trophy as the Wild Card weekend kicked off the 2012 playoffs. Wild Card weekend can be some of the best football that you see all year with plenty of upset potential. Teams that just made it into the playoffs take on the division winners as the home vs. away theory is tested.

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