Two of the most explosive offenses in the National Football League will be pinned up against each other Sunday at 3:30 Central in the NFC's Wild Card Round.
The Green Bay Packers come into the playoffs at 10-6 as the No. 6 seed, and they earned the playoff berth by beating the Chicago Bears last Sunday by a score of 10-3. They must win three road games, starting in Philly, in order to get to Dallas for the Super Bowl.
The Philadelphia Eagles, on the other hand, come in cold with two consecutive losses to the Vikings and the Cowboys. They also ended the season with a 10-6 record, but are the No. 3 seed by virtue of winning the NFC East Division.
It's a rematch of Week 1, where we saw Green Bay go out top early before a certain someone for the Eagles entered the game. He scrambled his way into the game and made it close before the Packers ultimately won 27-20, a game played on this same Lincoln Financial Field soil that will see action on Sunday.
Michael Vick and the Eagles stumbled at the end of the season—how will they rebound against the powerful offense run by Aaron Rodgers?
How do these two teams match up against each other?
Who will emerge victorious on Sunday?
Read ahead and find out who I think will advance to the Divisional Round of the postseason.
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