It is finally time this weekend for the NFL Divisional playoff round and I can't wait.  There are four very intriguing matchups with two on the AFC side and two on the NFC side.  The Jacksonville Jaguars visit the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday afternoon where the Chiefs are favored.  The Cincinnati Bengals visit the Buffalo Bills Sunday afternoon where the Bills are favored.  The New York Giants visit the Philadelphia Eagles Saturday night where the Eagles are favored.  And the Dallas Cowboys visit the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night where the 49ers are favored.  Below are my picks for the weekend slate of games as seen in the Times Union:

The Giants will cover on Saturday at Philadelphia, but the Eagles will advance. There is no way the Kansas City Chiefs will lose to Jacksonville, and Dallas can't put together back great games and will lose at San Francisco. I picked the Buffalo Bills to win the Super Bowl, but if the Bengals offensive line can protect quarterback Joe Burrow on Sunday, Cincinnati will win a close game.

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MJ and I discussed this weekend's games with our Freddie Coleman as we always do on our Friday edition of Big Board Sports.  Freddie agrees with me on some and agrees with MJ on some.  The moral of the story is we all agree that the four games will be awesome and close for the most part.  Below is our full interview with him.

I hope everyone enjoys the games this weekend whether you go out or watch from home.  Once 4 p.m. hits on Saturday it is all NFL through the rest of the weekend and there is simply nothing better than some playoff football.

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