NFL Wild Card Weekend Preview
NFL Wild Card Weekend is here! The Eagles visit Tampa Bay, the Raiders travel to Cincy, the Pats are in Buffalo, the Steelers take on the Chiefs, the Cardinals are in LA, and the 49ers travel to Dallas.
Historically, when the 49ers and the Cowboys meet in the playoffs one of them generally wins the Super Bowl.
There is no love lost between the Patriots and the Bills. Will the Pats pass the AFC East torch to Josh Allen and the Bills?
The last time Brady met the Eagles in the playoffs he was a Patriot and dropped a (winning?) TD pass. Eagles fans have never forgotten. Neither has Brady.
The Chiefs Mahomes is the face of the NFL. But does Pittsburgh’s Big Ben have one last hurrah left in his arm?
Meeting for the 3rd time this season both the Cardinals and the Rams are 1-1 looking to go 1 up over the other.
Check out the SportsTalkLine webstories below for a preview and keys to the game!
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