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NFL Wildcard Weekend Matchups are set!

NFL Wildcard Weekend Matchups are set!

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The Buffalo Bills (9-7) snuck into the playoffs today after defeating the Miami Dolphins and getting some help from the Cincinnati Bengals.

Buffalo will now head to Jacksonville next weekend to battle the AFC South winning Jaguars.

The Tennessee Titans also clinched a playoff berth this afternoon after defeating the aforementioned Jaguars 15-10.

The Titans, led by quarterback Marcus Mariota, will now travel to Kansas City next weekend to take on the AFC West winning Chiefs.

Meanwhile, in the NFC, the Minnesota Vikings (13-3) defeated division rivals the Chicago Bears to secure a first-round bye on the Conferences #2 seed.

Last seasons Super Bowl losers, the Atlanta Falcons, secured a return trip to the playoffs by defeating the Carolina Panthers earlier today.

The Falcons will now travel to Los Angeles to battle the Rams in next weekends wildcard round.

With that said, the Carolina Panthers will travel to New Orleans to battle the NFC South winning Saints in the final wildcard matchup of 2018.

The Bengals play spoiler and send the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs

The Bengals play spoiler and send the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The Buffalo Bills (9-7) will return to the NFL Playoffs for the first time since 1999!

The Bills did their job on Sunday afternoon defeating their division rivals the Miami Dolphins 22-16 to finish the season with a 9-7 winning record.

Buffalo needed some help in order to secure their first playoff berth in over seventeen years and received it thanks to the Cincinnati Bengals.

The always tough Ohio squad defeated the Baltimore Ravens 31-27 on a last minute touchdown from quarterback Andy Dalton Sunday afternoon, thus eliminating Baltimore from the playoffs and sending the Bills to the promise land.

Buffalo will now head to Jacksonville to battle the Jaguars in the wildcard round of this years NFL Playoffs!

NFL Week 15 Schedule

NFL Week 15 Schedule

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The NFL regular season is quickly coming to an end and Week 15 could determine the fate of your favorite football team.

Week 15

Thu Dec 14

8:25 pm
Denver Broncos
Indianapolis Colts

Sat Dec 16

4:30 pm
Chicago Bears
Detroit Lions

8:25 pm
Los Angeles Chargers
Kansas City Chiefs

Sun Dec 17

1:00 pm
Arizona Cardinals
Washington Redskins

1:00 pm
Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns

1:00 pm
Cincinnati Bengals
Minnesota Vikings

1:00 pm
Green Bay Packers
Carolina Panthers

1:00 pm
Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 pm
Miami Dolphins
Buffalo Bills

1:00 pm
New York Jets
New Orleans Saints

1:00 pm
Philadelphia Eagles
New York Giants

4:05 pm
Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks

4:25 pm
New England Patriots
Pittsburgh Steelers

4:25 pm
Tennessee Titans
San Francisco 49ers

8:30 pm
Dallas Cowboys
Oakland Raiders

Mon Dec 18

8:30 pm
Atlanta Falcons
Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Seahawks looks to take over NFC West with Week 15 win over the Rams

Seahawks looks to take over NFC West with Week 15 win over the Rams

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The Seattle Seahawks (8-5) will look to take over top spot in the NFC West by defeating division rivals the Los Angeles Rams (9-4) in Week 15 of the NFL’s regular season.

Seattle has gone 21-7 in their last 28 games played in the month of December.

The Seahawks are coming off a disappointing 30-24 road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14, but are favored to bounce back at home in Week 15 against the Rams.

Seattle and Los Angeles have already played once this season, with the Seahawks emerging victorious 16-10 back in October.

With that said, Seattle will be missing two key players this time around as they will be without the services of Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor.

In order for Los Angeles to pull off the upset, the Rams will need quarterback Jared Goff to play at his absolute best.

The second-year pivot has been instrumental in helping the Rams offense average 30.5 points per game this season.

Who do you think will emerge victorious this Sunday in Seattle, the Rams or the Hawks?