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

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AFC Super Wildcard Weekend

Cleveland Browns @ Houston Texans (Saturday, 4:30 p.m. ET on NBC)

I've heard it said a few times this past week to not overlook the Texans. I tend to agree and I'm looking forward to seeing what the young rookie C.J. Stroud does in the playoffs. On the flip side, the Browns have looked great, have a top defense and Joe Flacco has somehow resurrected his career and is playing extremely well too. I'm going to go out on a limb though. Texans 20 - 17

Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs (Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET on Peacock)

It sounds like this game could rival the 1967 Ice Bowl, the coldest game in NFL history between the Cowboys and Packers. That game was -13 at game time, so I don't think we get that cold in Kansas City but regardless, that's cold. The Chiefs' defense is championship-caliber and will shut down the Dolphins offense in this one. The dolphins' season collapse will be complete. Chiefs 23 - 13

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET on CBS)

Here's another game where weather will be an issue but I have to ask, why is weather suddenly a reason to relocate or reschedule games? I've been watching this game since the mid-'80s and I don't recall games being moved around or rescheduled. The weather was part of the game, part of home-field advantage. What about Miami, if it's too hot, are we going to move that game or reschedule to help out the visiting team? Anyways, to the game. On paper, Buffalo should walk away with this game by halftime but that's not the season they've been playing, so with that. Bills 21 - 13


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