Victory is mine, victory is mine, great day in the morning, VICTORY IS MINE!!!! By "mine," I of course mean "the Green Bay Packers'," but WHO CARES, DALLAS LOST, ALL IS RIGHT IN THE WORLD.
I know, I've been gone for a bit. I took Week 17 off because I was sick -- and still depressed about the Cowboys making the playoffs -- but I am back and will carry you through the postseason. This week, we've got the Wild Card games, which only kind of went like I expected.
There are just two weeks left in the regular season, which means it's a football free-for-all. This is the point when we all become heavily invested in the outcomes of games we normally wouldn't even register because PLAYOFFS, BABY!!! Let's break it down by division and see who's still got a shot.
Week 11 brought us a couple upsets and a couple blowouts (sigh...), but I’d say the week mostly went as one might have expected. Here are the games that stood out to me.
Texans @ Browns: The final score in this game was 23-7. I should be surprised, considering the Browns were 6-3 going into this game, but this is the team responsible for the 2014 Jaguars’ single win. So of course Cleveland put up a big division win on the road last week, got nine days off, and then lost at home to…well, J.J. Watt.
Week 9 has come and gone, which means we're halfway to the playoffs! This week, we’re going to take a look at the games by division to see who’s on top, who’s hopelessly spiraling, and whose fate will be determined in the coming weeks.