Robert Mays and Kevin Clark get you set for the divisional round, including what the Eagles offense must do to top the Falcons (03:45), the one thing that could happen to give the Titans a win in New England (13:00), how the Jaguars secondary vs. Antonio Brown could be the best matchup of the playoffs (19:30), and why the Vikings defense has to choose between two terrible options against the Saints (27:45). Then, Danny Kelly joins the show with some X factors for each game (37:30), including why the Blake Bortles deep ball is the key to a Jags win in Pittsburgh (42:00). Finally, Robert and Kevin make their picks for the divisional-round games (50:00) and reveal who will likely be playing in the conference championships next weekend (54:00).
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