Perhaps it's better that Green Bay is playing on the road this weekend; since Aaron Rodgers took over in 2008, the Packers have been outscored by nearly 11 points per game on average in divisional home playoff games.
Yup, the troll statistic that was thrown around last week (Eli Manning has won as many playoff games in Lambeau Field as Aaron Rodgers) has to come from somewhere.
Not worried that the Packers play on the road.
Troll stats are what I do. Did you know that I had more rushing yards this season than Reggie Bush did?
Cool stats! I like the new faces in the playoffs this year with the Falcons, Texans, Cowboys and Chiefs having the potential to go further than what has been the norm for years.
I was honestly sad to see Oakland lose that Week 17 game in Denver for much that same reason; I really wanted the playoffs to come back to Oakland for the first time in forever.
Anyone even going to bother watching the New England game tonight?
I suspect that game won't be as big a blowout as people think. New England has been a 10+ point favorite in the playoff 5 times in the Brady/Belichick era. They've lost two of those games, and failed to cover on two others.