January 18, 2017 09:00 ET Go 3 and 1 in NFL Wild Card Playoffs

Rookie pundits pick Green Bay in upset over Dallas, set sights on AFC and NFC divisional battles

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Jan 18, 2017) - Following their successful debut picking NFL winners this season, today announced the results of their play-off weekend prognostications. The team at one of the NFL's leading blog sites went 3 for 1 during last weekend's wild-card playoff action, including correctly forecasting Aaron Rogers and the Packers upset of the Dallas Cowboys in one of the best playoff games in recent history.

Following their success last weekend, the team are selecting home teams in the upcoming AFC and NFC finals. "Despite Aaron Rodgers' bionic arm, which has the whole league trembling, the Falcons' offense is even scarier and isn't reliant on any one player," states Nick Bellis, Editor of "Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, and that terrifying backfield duo are going to do the seemingly impossible and outscore Green Bay."

In the NFC divisional, the team has picked the Patriots over the Steelers. "It says a lot about a team when they can play mediocre (at best) football in a do-or-die playoff situation and still win by 18 points," adds sports writer, Hank Mardukis. "Don't expect two sub-par performances in a row from the Pats. Le'Veon Bell is proving to be a playoff stud. Too bad, as Tom Brady (16-3 at home in the playoffs) is a stud, a post, a beam, a concrete foundation. Basically all the elements you need to build an indestructible house."

With just weeks to go until the Super Bowl, regular readers of will be entertained with NFL activity, including Ty Worer's recurring Pawns and Black Swans column, analysis of the battle for Los Angeles, and more.

Formed in June 2016 to inform, entertain NFL fans with humor and insight quickly achieved a mid-season 15-4-1 record of picking NFL winners. Each week the editorial team recaps the NFL, provides power rankings and commentary designed to help fans enjoy NFL football on a deeper, and humorous level.

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