NFL Conference Championship Sunday: Picks & Analysis 1/23/2010

January 23, 2011 at 1:16 pm Leave a comment

On an amazing 8-0 run ATS in the NFL Playoffs so far. Can’t expect to remain perfect but hope the success continues as there are only three football games left this season.

NY Jets +4.5 @ Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Two of the best defenses in football matchup with both being prolific at stopping the run which is the other team’s offensive strength
  • I’d expect to see Darrell Revis covering Mike Wallace for most of the game.
  • The Jets won in week 15 in Pitt but the Steelers were without Troy and Heath.
  • The weakest unit in this game is the Steelers’ offensive line

Green Bay Packers -3 @ Chicago Bears

  • Aaron Rodgers is on fire right now but has only scored 3 TDs on 21 possession versus Chicago this year.
  • Devin Hester is the key to a Chicago victory.
  • The Bears are 9-0 when Cutler throws more TDs than INTs this season.

Taking both road teams today despite loving Pittsburgh after last Sunday’s games.  Think GB has the superior weapons and Chicago’s D isn’t as good as advertised.  In the late game think it comes down to a FG or new overtime.  Enjoy the games!


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