NFL Playoff podcast with Tony Renteria: Final 8 match up this week in NFL playoff action here are the predictions

The Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (left) matches up against the Kansas City Chiefs Pat Mahomes (right) this Sat Jan 21, 2023 in the AFC Divisional playoffs (AP/WJXT News 4Jax photo)

On the NFL Playoff podcast with Tony:

#1 Ok Tony we’ll take each playoff match up one at a time we’ll start in the AFC playoffs with the Saturday game between Jacksonville Jaguars and the Kansas City Chiefs. The Jags last Saturday defeated the Tennessee Titans 20-16. Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence 20-32, 212 yards and one touchdown. For the Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes in his last game against the Las Vegas Raiders went 18-26, 202 yards, and one touchdown to lead the Chiefs to a 31-13 win. How do you see the Jaguars and Chiefs matching up this Saturday.

#2 The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia this Saturday. The Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card last Saturday 31-24 many didn’t expect the Giants to win this one but it came right down to the fourth quarter and a badly needed touchdown for the Giants to just get by the Vikings by one touchdown 31-24 to advance to the NFC Division game against the Philadelphia Eagles who last played against these very same Giants in the last day of regular season back on Jan 8th for a 22-16 win. Now both meet in this crucial playoff matchup this Saturday who do you like in this one?

#3 They meet again the Cincinnati Bengals and the Buffalo Bills the last meeting on Mon Jan 2 resulting in the cardiac arrest of the Bills Damar Hamil after getting hit by the Cincinnati Bengals Tee Higgins resulting a week’s stay in a Cincinnati hospital. Having a successful recovery Hamil sent his heartfelt appreciation to fans and his teammates. That’s what Bengals and Bills mostly will remember when these two teams match up this Sunday in Buffalo. Who do you like in this one Tony?

#4 The Dallas Cowboys knocked off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-14. The Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott found success and his receivers on Sunday going 25-33, 305 yards, and a whopping four touchdowns for the win. The San Francisco 49ers rookie quarterback Brock Purdy was just simply on point throwing 18-30, 332 yards and three touchdowns against the Seattle Seahawks for a 41-23 win. It’s the Cowboys and 49ers at Levi Stadium this Sunday who do you like in this one?

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