Super Wildcard Weekend - predicting the Buffalo Bills and all 6 wildcard games

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NFC Super Wildcard Weekend

Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys (Sunday, 4:30 p.m. ET on Fox)

The Packers have been playing well down the stretch, having won six of their last eight games and earning a playoff berth. The Cowboys are the NFC's second seed and play like it at home. I think this game could be closer than the seeds would indicate but the Cowboys win this one at home. Cowboys 27 - 21

Los Angeles Rams @ Detroit Lions (Sunday, 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC)

This one could go either way. I like the Lions and would love to see them in the Super Bowl but the Rams cannot be overlooked. They have maybe the best duo at wide receivers with Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua. Let's also not forget they still have the most dominant interior defensive lineman the NFL has ever seen in Aaron Donald. Picking between these two is difficult but I'm taking the Rams in a bit of a shootout. Rams 35 - 31

Philadelphia Eagles @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Monday, 8 p.m. ET on ESPN, ABC, ESPN2 and ESPN+)

The Eagles crashed several weeks ago and limped into the playoffs. After defeating the Buffalo Bills in Week 11 in overtime, they've lost five of the six games since. The NFC East was in their grasp and the number one seed as well, instead, they collapsed and lost both. Can they get things back together in time? I don't think so. Buccaneers 24 - 17