Charles Davis FOX Sports NFL Analyst and NFL Network College & Pro analyst spoke with Sam and Brad on a Feel Good Friday to discuss the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs. 

 

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Matt Williamson, former NFL and college scout, and current writer for The Score and Today's Pigskin spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell ahead of the NFL Divisional Playoffs.

 

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AUDIO MMQB's Andy Benoit Talks NFL Playoffs

Andy Benoit from Sports Illustrated and MMQB joined Sam and Brad to talk NFL Playoffs Wednesday.

 

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Gerry Rardin, former Walsh Jesuit football coach spoke with Sammy B Thursday to talk about one of his former players stepping into a big role during NFL Wild Card Weekend.

Former Warrior and Michigan State Spartan Connor Cook will be getting the start in the playoffs for the Oakland Raiders against the Houston Texans.
 
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The NFL Playoffs have moved to the divisional round and looking to get one step closer to the championship game.

Sean Tomlinson, an NFL writer for the Bleacher Report joined the Sam Bourquin Show on a "Feel Good Friday" to break down the games as well as discuss other headlines in the National Football League, including the Rams' move from St. Louis to Los Angeles.

Starting with the Saturday games, Tomlinson says the Kansas City/New England matchup on Saturday is not a good matchup for the Patriots, considering their offensive line problems coupled with the Kansas City defense.

"Justin Houston (KC Defensive End) is a scary man coming off the edge," Sean explained. "It helps New England has some pieces back, but it'll be the proverbial nailbiter."

Sean says the Green Bay/Arizona game should work in favor of the Cardinals, who terrorized Aaron Rodgers in the regular season with multiple sacks.

For the Panthers and Seahawks Sunday, along with the Steelers and Broncos, Tomlinson said both matchups will be exciting.

"You can never underestimate (Steelers quarterback) Ben Roethlisberger's ability to come back from injuries and lead an injured team," he said.

 

 January has been a  crazy time in the NFL, with the Rams moving to L.A, and the possibility of the San Diego Chargers moving to La-La Land as well.

"I highly doubt San Diego will stay put, Tomlinson said.

 

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