Matt Ryan

NFL Playoffs Picks Against the Spread: NFC, AFC Championship Games

Ray Lewis and the Ravens get one more shot at the Patriots in a rematch of last year's AFC title game.
<p> NFL Playoffs Picks Against the Spread: NFC, AFC Championship Games, featuring the San Francisco 49ers at Atlanta Falcons and the Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots.</p>

A betting preview (against the spread) in the NFC and AFC Championship Games of the NFL Playoffs.

2013 NFL Playoff Picks: AFC, NFC Championship Games

Previews of the Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers at Atlanta Falcons.
<p> 2013 NFL Playoff Picks: AFC, NFC Championship Games, Previews of the Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers at Atlanta Falcons.</p>

NFL Playoffs previews and predictions for the AFC and NFC Championship Games:

NFL Playoffs Picks Against the Spread: Divisional Round

Tom Brady is one win away from surpassing Joe Montana as the all-time winningest playoff QB.
<p> NFL Playoffs Picks Against the Spread: Divisional Round, including the Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos, Houston Texans at New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons.</p>

A betting preview of every game (against the spread) in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs.

Lock of the Week
These two teams played in prime time six Sundays ago in Week 14 of the regular season, with New England beating Houston, 42–14. Expect another blowout this weekend.

New Orleans Saints Back In Playoff Hunt After Upsetting Atlanta Falcons

Drew Brees and the Saints are marching after taking down the previously unbeaten Falcons.
<p> The New Orleans Saints started the season with an 0-4 record but are now 4-5 and back in the playoff hunt after upsetting the previously undefeated NFC South rival Atlanta Falcons, 31-27, in Week 10.</p>

Just when it looked like the New Orleans Saints were down for the count, the fleurs-de-lis from the French Quarter bounced back off the mat with a 31–27 upset win over the previously unbeaten NFC South rival Atlanta Falcons.

NFL Midseason Awards

A look at the award-worthy performers at halftime of the 2012 NFL season.
<p> NFL midseason awards at halftime of the 2012 NFL season, including Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan for MVP, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson for Offensive Player of the Year, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt for Defensive Player of the Year, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III for Offensive Rookie of the Year, Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones for Defensive Rookie of the Year, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning for Comeback Player of the Year and Bears coach Lovie Smith for Coach of the Year.</p>

NFL midseason awards at halftime of the 2012 NFL season:

Atlanta Falcons' First 7-0 Start in Franchise History

The Falcons are now 15-0 when Matt Ryan throws three or more TD passes.
<p> The Atlanta Falcons are off to the first 7-0 start in franchise history after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles, 30-17, in a homecoming game for Matt Ryan.</p>

Matt Ryan’s homecoming could not have gone much better. A product of Philadelphia’s William Penn Charter School, “Matty Ice” led the Atlanta Falcons to a 30–17 statement victory against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in the “City of Brotherly Love.”

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