There are eight teams remaining in the NFL playoffs from the 2019 season, and the field will be cut in half after Sunday. I know it’s just not the same without our beloved Steelers taking the field, but there are some interesting NFL matchups to watch this weekend. So which of the four games do you find the most intriguing? Is there one game you’re looking forward to seeing more than any other? Before making a decision, let’s take a look at the four matchups which will be featured on national television in Week 19.
Saturday at 4:35 PM on NBC
After upsetting the Saints in New Orleans in overtime last week, the Vikings have to feel like they are capable of taking down any team in the NFL. Can they do it two weeks in a row? The 49ers have not played a postseason game since the 2013 season. So will their inexperience come into play?
Saturday 8:15 PM on CBS
If you are a fan of the run game, this might be just the game for you! With the Baltimore Ravens rushing for more yards and attempts than any other team in the NFL in 2019, they will be looking to get their game going on the ground. But with Tennessee rushing for over 200 yards while not even reaching the century mark in the passing game last week when they took down the New England Patriots, the NFL’s leading rusher Derrick Henry wants to show that he can carry the rock better than anyone.
Sunday at 3:05 PM on CBS
It is the only game of the weekend which is a rematch of a regular season game from the 2019 season. Houston traveled to Kansas City in Week 6 of the season and defeated the Chiefs 31-24. After jumping out to a 17-3 first-quarter lead, the Chiefs gave up 20 points in the second quarter. The Texans completely owned the ground game the first time around with 192 yards to only 53 by the Chiefs. But will they be able to replicate it again on Sunday?
Sunday at 6:40 PM on FOX
I don’t really know what to think about this game. It feels as if the Packers have been scraping along all season and not making a bunch of noise. The Seahawks took down the Eagles in Philadelphia but didn’t have to face Carson Wentz for the majority of the game. Will the plethora of injuries finally catch up to the Seahawks, or will they be able to knock off the Packers on the snow-covered Lambeau Field?
So there are the four NFL playoff matchups on Division Weekend. Is there any one of these games which looks to be the most interesting to watch over the course of the next two days? Make sure you vote in the poll and give your thoughts in the comments below.
Which of the four NFL playoff games this weekend are you most looking forward to watching?
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Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers
Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens
Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers