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NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview and Predictions

Well, the NFL regular season has come and gone, and now only 12 teams will be continuing to play into January. As always, the playoff lives of some teams came down to the final games of the season, and this year it was the Steelers who were left on the outside looking in.

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Andrew Luck and the Colts will win the AFC South

While the Jacksonville Jaguars are the easiest team to talk about in a pretty forgettable AFC South division, the Indianapolis Colts are a team that you should keep an eye on as we enter the second half of the season. Now, I realize it’s crazy to say that a 3-5 team is one to keep an eye on, but the AFC South is up for grabs now that the Jaguars have fallen apart, and a healthy Andrew Luck could be all the Colts need to make the playoffs.

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The Jaguars need to move on from Blake Bortles

Add Justin Tucker to the list of kickers who have missed easy kicks this season. The Ravens kicker was 222 for 222 on extra point attempts in his career, so surely he would be able to convert the extra point to tie the game against the Saints, right?

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Rookie quarterbacks shine in Week 3

We’re just three weeks into the season and some big storylines are already starting to unfold. Rookie quarterbacks are already starting to make an impact on their teams. First, in Week 1 it was Sam Darnold winning his first career start. In Week 3, Baker Mayfield saw his first real taste of NFL action on Thursday night when he entered the game for the Browns. After Tyrod Taylor got off to a slow start, Hue Jackson decided to make the quarterback switch and it paid off big time. Mayfield finished the game with 201 yards on 17 of 23 attempts, and although he didn’t throw for a touchdown, he still (technically) found a way to get into the endzone.

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Deshaun Watson is the Real Deal

Most teams have now reached the halfway point of their seasons, and Texans rookie QB Deshaun Watson finds himself not only in the middle of the Offensive Rookie of the Year debate, but also in the MVP race. With 1699 passing yards, 19 TDs, 8 interceptions along with 269 rushing yards and 2 TDs, it’s clear that Watson has made an almost seamless transition from the NCAA to the NFL.

This past Sunday was the game when I think most people finally realized just how good this guy is, including Richard Sherman.

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