The College Football National Championship was played on Monday night, and the NFL regular season is officially over. Unfortunately, this means that football is coming to an end here in a few short weeks. It’s depressing, I know…
However, we still have NFL playoff football to look forward to this weekend, as the wild card rounds kick off. It truly is a guessing game on who will win this year’s Super Bowl, as there really hasn’t been a team that’s dominated week in and week out. But the good part about that? We should have some great playoff games to look forward to.
nd the NFL script writers are working OVERTIME with this incredible slate of games. We have rookie sensation CJ Stroud facing off against grizzled vet Joe Flacco in the Browns vs Texans game, Matt Stafford returns to Detroit as his Rams take on the Lions, Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy will face off against his former team in the Green Bay Packers, and finally, Tyreek Hill will return to Kansas City to face Patrick Mahomes and his former team, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Although the Chiefs haven’t played up to standards this season, Patrick Mahomes and the boys always seem to figure out how to win in the postseason. As for Miami, they’re going to have an opportunity to prove all of the fans who have been calling them “frauds” all season wrong.
But, besides playing on the road, it appears the Dolphins have another negative factor playing into this game… the weather.
The forecast for Saturday in Kansas City is projected to be a BITTER zero degrees, with a potential low of negative nine degrees. And with them playing the night game, it’s gonna be damn cold. Needless to say, this is uncharted territory for the Dolphins, coming up from South Florida.
It’ll be interesting to see how the Dolphins fare in this brutally cold weather, but if definitely isn’t in their favor. Even their quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, is from Hawaii, where… you know… it’s always hot and sunny.