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NFL Playoffs – Championship Round Preview
American Sports Analysts
Seattle (-7.5, 46.5) vs. Green Bay – Sunday, 2:00 PM CST
The Seahawks and Packers meet in Seattle on Sunday afternoon for the NFC Championship. It’s a rematch from the very first game of the NFL season when the Seahawks easily dispatched GB at home, 36-16. Seattle’s defense dominated that matchup as QB Aaron Rodgers completed 23-of-33 passes for a measly 189 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT while RB Eddie Lacy rushed for just 34 yards on 12 carries. For Seattle, Russell Wilson had a workmanlike performance on offense (19-of-28 for 191 yards and 2 scores) while RB Marshawn Lynch did the heavy lifting out of the backfield (20 carries, 110 yards, 2 TD). It’s been 19 weeks since that matchup and both teams are undoubtedly different from that September night, but the Seahawks will again play at home and will be the odds-on favorite to win this one. Green Bay’s main concern heading into this one is how Rodgers’ injured calf holds up against arguably the best defense in the NFL. [KEEP READING]
To Buy or not to Buy the Cavaliers?
American Sports Analysts
Vegas is not buying the media hype surrounding the demise of the 20-20 Cleveland Cavaliers. The self anointed Cavs were tabbed the World Champions before the season started when they assembled the new “Big 3″ with LeBron, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. Unfortunately for the Cavs they’ve suffered through the first part of the season with a new coach, players trying to fit in and of course an injury to James. After losing six straight games they’re proclaimed DONE by the media! They have no chance to win a Championship and the franchise is in serious trouble at the end of the season with LeBron and Love having opt-out clauses in their contracts.
HOLD THE PRESSES! Despite everything that’s gone wrong in Cleveland the guys “in-the-know” in Vegas have them the favorite at 2/1 to win the East. That’s right, the 20-20 Cavs are the odds on favorite to represent the East in the Finals over the 31-8 Hawks, 27-12 Wizards, 26-14 Bulls and 26-12 Raptors. [KEEP READING]