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Old 12-31-17, 08:04 PM
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NFL Playoffs

AFC
1. Patriots
2. Steelers
3. Jaguars
4. Chiefs
5. Titans
6. Bills

NFC
1. Eagles
2. Vikings
3. Rams
4. Saints
5. Panthers
6. Falcons
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Feel bad for the Bills. First time making the playoffs this century and they lose McCoy to a sprained ankle
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Old 12-31-17, 08:26 PM
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Would be pretty surprised if the Patriots don't win it all again.
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Old 01-01-18, 11:53 AM
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Hoping the Vikings can do it, but I have my doubts. I trust the D to keep them in games, but Case Keenum in the playoff pressure makes me nervous.
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Would be pretty surprised if the Patriots don't win it all again.
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Old 01-01-18, 12:28 PM
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Would be pretty surprised if the Patriots don't win it all again.
I think they're the favorites, but I could easily see Pitt beating them, even in Foxboro.
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Old 01-01-18, 01:40 PM
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hoping the vikings can do it, but i have my doubts. I trust the d to keep them in games, but case keenum in the playoff pressure makes me nervous.
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Old 01-01-18, 01:40 PM
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I think they're the favorites, but I could easily see Pitt beating them, even in Foxboro.
I don't see Antonio Brown being a factor, serious leg injuries don't heal in a few weeks, it's cold, he's a speed guy. The Pats can be beaten, their defense isn't great.
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Old 01-01-18, 01:50 PM
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AFC first round games. Woof
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Old 01-02-18, 04:21 PM
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I think they're the favorites, but I could easily see Pitt beating them, even in Foxboro.
The thing is, there is no doubt I think the Patriots are the better team, and they seem to have the Steelers number, but one of these times the Steelers are going to beat the Patriots. Could be this year.. who knows?
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Old 01-04-18, 04:08 PM
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Eleven NFL Buckeyes Prepping for NFL Playoffs
Ohio State was well represented in the league this year with 39 players on rosters


Jan. 4, 2018

COLUMBUS, Ohio – There will be eight Ohio State Buckeyes competing in the NFL’s wild card weekend this Saturday and Sunday with six of them taking part in the game Sunday between the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Kickoff is set for 4:40 p.m. on FOX. There are 11 former Buckeyes, in all, on active rosters with NFL playoff bound teams.

The Saints feature the most Buckeyes with four: safety Vonn Bell, wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr., cornerback Marshon Lattimore and wide receiver Michael Thomas. Carolina will counter with safety Kurt Coleman and offensive guard Andrew Norwell, while wide receiver Curtis Samuel is on injured reserve.

Two of the three other wild card games will include Buckeyes: Jake McQuaide is a long snapper for the Los Angeles Rams, who host the Atlanta Falcons Saturday at 8:15 p.m. Defensive tackle Adolphus Washington helped the Buffalo Bills make the playoffs for the first time since 1999, and they’ll travel to Jacksonville for a 1:05 p.m. game Sunday. Defensive tackle Michael Bennett is on injured reserve for the Jaguars.

Teams with byes into the next round of the playoffs with former Buckeyes include: the Minnesota Vikings (center Pat Elflein); Philadelphia Eagles (safety Malcolm Jenkins; punter Cam Johnston was recently signed to the Eagles’ reserve/future roster); the New England Patriots (defensive back Nate Ebner, although he is on injured reserve); and the Pittsburgh Steelers (defensive end Cam Heyward; linebacker Ryan Shazier is on injured reserve).


There were 39 former Ohio State Buckeyes on NFL 53-man rosters during the 2017 season.

Ohio State Buckeyes on NFL Rosters in 2017

Arizona Cardinals
OG Alex Boone

Buffalo Bills
DT Adolphus Washington

Carolina Panthers
S Kurt Coleman
OG Andrew Norwell
WR Curtis Samuel

Chicago Bears
K Mike Nugent

Dallas Cowboys
WR Noah Brown
RB Ezekiel Elliott
RB Rod Smith

Denver Broncos
TE Jeff Heuerman
FS Bradley Roby

Detroit Lions
LT Taylor Decker

Green Bay Packers
C Corey Linsley

Houston Texans
WR Braxton Miller

Indianapolis Colts
DT Jonathan Hankins
FS Malik Hooker
OG Jack Mewhort
LB John Simon

Jacksonville Jaguars
DT Michael Bennett

Los Angeles Chargers
DE Joey Bosa
QB Cardale Jones

Los Angeles Rams
LS Jake McQuaide

Miami Dolphins
LB Raekwon McMillan

Minnesota Vikings
C Pat Elflein

New England Patriots
DB Nate Ebner

New Orleans Saints
S Vonn Bell
WR Ted Ginn, Jr.
CB Marshon Lattimore
WR Michael Thomas

New York Giants
CB Eli Apple
LB Curtis Grant

New York Jets
LB Darron Lee

Oakland Raiders
CB Gareon Conley

Philadelphia Eagles
S Malcolm Jenkins

Pittsburgh Steelers
DE Cam Heyward
LB Ryan Shazier

San Francisco 49ers
RB Carlos Hyde
DB Tyvis Powell

Seattle Seahawks
TE Nick Vannett

Washington Redskins
WR Terrelle Pryor
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