NFL Weekend Preview


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Thanks to our good friends at TGI Friday’s, we are going to have a series of sponsored posts on the weekend’s best games. We’ll start with the obvious choice first.

Kansas City Chiefs (9-5) vs. Tennessee Titans (6-8)

The Kansas City Chiefs return home for their last two games of the season this Sunday. The Chiefs need to win their last two contests to finish 11-05 and guarantee themselves the AFC West title and their first playoff appearance since 2006.

The 6-8 Titans are a team in turmoil but they are also not yet eliminated from playoff contention. Still, they need to finish 8-8 to have any home of making the post season and if they fall to the Chiefs, they will be eliminated.

This is a huge game for both teams.

More after the jump.


New Orleans Saints (10-4) @ Atlanta Falcons (12-2)

Talk about a huge game. The Falcons have wrestled the NFC South away from the defending Super Bowl champion Saints.

Almost.

If the Falcons want to be the best they will have to beat the best and that means taking down the Saints.

The Saints meanwhile are looking to get their Super Bowl swagger back and what better way to do it than by knocking off the team with the best record in all of football?

This will be a classic Monday Night Football clash.

New York Giants (9-5) @ Green Bay Packers (8-6)

This is another huge NFC battle with big playoff implications. The Giants and Packers are in a dog fight for the remaining tournament slots in the NFC

The Packers are already eliminated in their division and the Giants would need the Eagles to stumble to climb back atop the NFC East so the winner of this game could very well snag the last Wild Card slot while the loser will watch the playoffs from home. Talk about high stakes.

It is the holiday season and in the NFL, it is the most wonderful time of the year.

Win or go home.

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