NFL Divisional Playoffs Over the Weekend
Posted On January 15, 2013
Author: Gordon McKernan
What a great weekend of football! While New Orleans prepares for the Super Bowl, the teams are playing their hearts out trying to get to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome!
This past weekend was a “nail biter” for both the AFC and NFC divisional playoff games. First up in the AFC were the Baltimore Ravens versus the Denver Broncos. This was a very close game and went into double overtime with the Ravens coming out on top with a score of 38-35. Way to go Ravens!
Next up were San Francisco 49ers versus the Green Bay Packers. A very exciting game but the 49ers pulled off this win with a score of 45-31. For the second year the Green Bay Packers are out.
Sunday the games were just as exciting with the Atlanta Falcons barely winning over the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle was down considerably in the first half, but came back hard after half time. They were no match for the Falcons, the Falcons win it 30-28.
Then Sunday evening the New England Patriots pulled out all the stops with a win over the Houston Texans with a final score of 41-28.
So what’s next? Sunday, January 20th we have the NFC game with the San Francisco 49ers versus the Atlanta Falcons. How will the Falcons match up against the 49ers?
Then Sunday evening we will see the match-up between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots.
Who are you going for? Which teams do you hope to see in the Super Bowl in New Orleans on February 3?
I am hoping to see a San Francisco vs. New England Super Bowl, with New England winning it all.
Gordon McKernan graduated with his law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1992. Shortly thereafter, he joined McKernan Law Firm and has been practicing law ever since. He is the owner of the firm, and his primary area of practice is representing ‘ordinary people’ who have been injured because of another’s disregard.