NFC divisional Q&A: Are the Seahawks or Packers beatable at home? John Clayton explores this and other key questions.
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Weather and rematches are among the compelling storylines for the wild-card playoffs, John Clayton writes.
After uninspired "mild-card" games, the divisional round matchups should be better, writes John Clayton.
With the Ravens' wild-card game possibly being Ray Lewis' last at home, emotions will run high in Baltimore, John Clayton writes.
Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning both know firsthand the hard road to the Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.
Caleb Hanie and Matt Leinart aren't just replacing injured starters, they also need to keep their teams' playoff hopes alive, writes John Clayton.
This round of the playoffs is kinder to home teams, but they must guard against slow starts, writes John Clayton.
The rise of so many dynamic quarterbacks has neutralized home-field advantage in the wild-card round, writes John Clayton.
The Packers appear to have what it takes to make a deep playoff run. First they have to turn back an Arizona team that will put up a much tougher fight than it did in Week 17, writes John Clayton.
What do the top seeds in this year's playoffs have in common? An elite passing attack, which is becoming a prerequisite for success, writes John Clayton.
A loss to the Steelers on Sunday could put a crimp in Jacksonville's playoff plans, John Clayton writes.
The winner of Sunday's Giants-Lions clash will take a big step toward securing a wild-card spot in the NFC, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton gives injury updates heading into the wild-card playoffs.
John Clayton breaks down each of this weekend's wild-card matchups.