NFL Playoffs 2010: If The System’s Broke, Let’s Fix It

December 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL Playoffs are less than two weeks ago. I'm sure that all pro football fans are excited about some of the potential divisional round matchups:
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears—An enduring, old school divisional rivalry.
Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts—A great defense tries to shut down a great quarterback.
New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks (or St. Louis Rams)—The defending Super Bowl Champions, playing great football right now, travel to the champs of the NFC West who are great…er, good, er, not as bad as Carolina.
Okay, that third game does not get the juices flowing so much, except in protest. How can either a 7-9 Seattle or an 8-8 St. Louis not only qualify for the playoffs, but also host a game? The system must be broken. Will the NFL kingdom survive?
Well, the prospect of seeing either Seattle or St. Louis host at least one playoff game doesn’t look right to this fan either, but let’s examine the iss...

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