Who you have winning the NFC??

Enikk

Enikk

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Not a Rams fan but think they are going to be tough to beat come playoff time. Will have a fresh running back in Cam to start playoffs and have the defense to win. GB is GB and Rogers showed how good he is even with no healthy receivers earlier but just don't think their defense is good enough. Rogers/Adams connection is so damn good though. Dallas have the offense and defense to win but will fvck it up some how whether it is the head coach or just a Dak choke. Tampa has too many injuries and no chemistry right now no matter how good Tom and coach are. Their defense has basically gave up 30 points in all their tough match-ups this year with exception to Patriot game.

Has to be Rams to win NFC for me and sticking with my Bills/Colts/Chargers on the AFC side. Anywhere offering Yes/No bets for conferences? I might want to hammer the "No" for Chiefs.
 

BMR Genie

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Not a Rams fan but think they are going to be tough to beat come playoff time. Will have a fresh running back in Cam to start playoffs and have the defense to win. GB is GB and Rogers showed how good he is even with no healthy receivers earlier but just don't think their defense is good enough. Rogers/Adams connection is so damn good though. Dallas have the offense and defense to win but will fvck it up some how whether it is the head coach or just a Dak choke. Tampa has too many injuries and no chemistry right now no matter how good Tom and coach are. Their defense has basically gave up 30 points in all their tough match-ups this year with exception to Patriot game.

Has to be Rams to win NFC for me and sticking with my Bills/Colts/Chargers on the AFC side. Anywhere offering Yes/No bets for conferences? I might want to hammer the "No" for Chiefs.
At this very moment, I am with Cowboys - https://www.bookmakersreview.com/nfl/standings/
 

castelion

castelion

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No Pacific time or Mountain time team has won back-to-back playoff games en route to a Super Bowl appearance. The 2 West Coast teams that did win back-to-back East Coast playoff games lost in their respective Championship games. Jet-lag is still a huge factor.

The Rams have just played an early East Coast game. They face another early East Coast game on Sunday. After that there's a divisional clash against the 49ers. Historically Pacific time teams perform poorly after back-to-back East Coast games. The Rams will probably need to win both remaining regular season games to win the division in order to get a home playoff game. Even if they win through those 3 games they'll probably face back-to-back East Coast road games. If the Rams drop a regular season game and finish as the #5 seed they may face 3 East Coast road games. It's a huge ask. The Rams probably need the #2 seed or a freak set of results that matches them with the Cardinals in the Divisional round.

I wouldn't bet the Packers either. Last season they were the NFC's #1 seed with the NFL's 3rd best points differential. As things stand they're #11 in points differential, (just +59), and their recent wins have been fortuitous.

I'd pick either the Cowboys or the Buccaneers, but it'll probably come down to player availability with injuries and covid19 rather than records or current form. As a Rams fan I wish you good luck if you bet them.
 
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