The primary spherical of the NFL playoffs gives an excessive amount of good. There’s something to see right here.

But if you want to watch, here is a guide to the weekend games – from the best to the worst – so you can choose one or two to watch.

Baltimore, Tennessee (Sunday 1:05 p.m. on ABC / ESPN)

This game features two of the most exciting players in the NFL. Raven’s quarterback Lamar Jackson can beat any team with his pass and run. Titans run back Derrick Henry doesn’t throw, but the man can run. Henry was only the eighth player in NFL history to win more than 2,000 yards in a row in one season.

Indianapolis in Buffalo (Saturday, 1:05 p.m. on CBS)

The Buffalo Bills, who have won their last six games, are possibly the hottest team in the NFL. Quarterback Josh Allen had a breakout season with 4,544 yards and 37 touchdowns. But the Colts defense can be tough, especially against an offensive that wants to let the ball run. This game should be close.

Cleveland in Pittsburgh (Sunday 8:15 p.m. on NBC)

The Cleveland Browns contested the playoffs for the first time since 2002, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-22 in the final game of the season. But the Steelers were resting some of their top players, including veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Pittsburgh should be the full strength rival of American Football Conference North for this matchup.

Los Angeles in Seattle (4:40 p.m. Saturday on Fox)

The Los Angeles Rams have the best defense in the NFL, led by star defender Aaron Donald. The defense in Los Angeles has to be good because Rams quarterback Jared Goff injured the thumb of his right hand (throwing). The Rams defense has to be good too, as the Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson can put points on the board.

Tampa Bay, Washington (8:15 p.m. Saturday on NBC)

Don’t get me wrong, I’ll be watching our hometown team too. The Washington Football Team (WFT) had a surprising season to win the (very weak) National Football Conference East Division by a record 7-9 (seven wins, nine losses). I just don’t think the WFT is going to get close to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Chicago in New Orleans (4:40 p.m. Sunday on CBS)

It would be a big surprise if the Chicago Bears could take out the New Orleans Saints.

There will be a lot of great NFL games going on this weekend. Just don’t look at them all.

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