TALE OF THE TAPE

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    Wild Card Weekend: San Francisco 49ers At Green Bay Packers

    Colin Kaepernick was the dominant player on the field when the 49ers defeated the Packers in last year’s divisional playoff victory for the 49ers.

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    Wild Card Weekend: New Orleans Saints At Philadelphia Eagles

    The Saints had to be quite disappointed that the Cowboys were not able to come up with the victory in the winner-take-all game with the Eagles in Week 17.

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    Wild Card Weekend: Kansas City Chiefs At Indianapolis Colts

    The Chiefs rested Alex Smith in the season finale so he could be healthy and ready for this game. Smith understands what head coach Andy Reid wants to do with the gameplan and he stays calm while executing.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Kansas City Chiefs At San Diego Chargers

    While Alex Smith did not have his best game in Week 16 against an aggressive Indianapolis defense, he has been largely responsible for the playoff season the Chiefs have enjoyed this year.

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    Tale Of The Tape: San Francisco 49ers At Arizona Cardinals

    The 49ers have been rather ordinary on the offensive side of the ball this season, but they have won five games in a row since losing back-to-back games against Carolina and New Orleans.

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    Who Had More Picks In 2013? Eli Manning Vs. The Patriots’ Draft

    You guys. Eli Manning is bad. I don’t care if he won 2 Super Bowls. He’s bad. He’s worse than Peyton Manning. He’s worse than Tom Brady. He is worse than Mark Sanchez.

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