Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos- As much as I would like to see Ray Lewis go out on top I think his run ends this weekend in Denver. The Broncos defense is better, their offense is better and lets not forget they have Peyton Manning. Ray Lewis will inspire his team to play well but in the end Peyton Manning will be just too much.
Score: Denver wins 27-17
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers- This is the game I am most looking forward to watching. You have one of the best quarterbacks in the league against one of the best defenses in the league. I think the only way that the 49ers can win this game is if Kaepernick plays a perfect game and I don't see that happening in his first career postseason start. Don't forget if the game comes down to the wire, the 49ers have a kicker who has been terrible in David Akers. This game is going to be close but I think Aaron Rodgers will find a way to get it done.
Score: Green Bay wins 24-21
Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons- The Seahawks have been one of the hottest teams in football the last 6 weeks but Atlanta is tough at home. The 2 great corner backs of Seattle will be hard to throw on but I think the Falcons will use Jaquizz Rodgers and Tony Gonzalez over the middle and Michael Turner will get the tough yards. I think the loss of Chris Clemens will hurt and Matt Ryan will be given enough and get the Falcons enough points to win.
Score: Falcons win 17-16
Houston Texans at New England Patriots- These two teams played each other a few weeks back with the Patriots putting a beating on the Texans 42-14. I see Arian Foster having a bigger impact for the Texans this time around. The Texans got behind to early last time that Foster wasn't used like he normally is. I think the Texans keep it close until the 3rd quarter where Brady and the Patriots take over. I see Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez have big days.
Score: Patriots win 37-24