NFC Playoffs

Wild Card Round

  • 3. Seattle Seahawks (21) – 6. Minnesota Vikings (10)
  • 4. Atlanta Falcons (17) – 5. Dallas Cowboys (28)

While Seattle barely misses out on a BYE week in 2015, they’ll still enjoy hosting a playoff game and easily dispose of the upstart Vikings.

Dan Quinn can only do so much as Tony Romo steamrolls that defense when the money is on the line. Finally, Romo becomes sort of a mainstay in the playoffs.

Divisional Round

  • 1. Green Bay Packers (28) – 5. Dallas Cowboys (31)
  • 2. Philadelphia Eagles (24) – 3. Seattle Seahawks (17)

Revenge becomes sweet for the Cowboys as they make up for the Dez Bryant non-catch last season and beat Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in a classic at Lambeau.

Although Philly is home, this one proves to be another classic. Two of the best defensive units in the league square off with Chip Kelly’s offense doing just a little more than Wilson and Lynch.

NFC Championship Game

  • 2. Philadelphia Eagles (35) – 5. Dallas Cowboys (21)

The NFC East gets hot and faces off in the NFC Championship Game. Unfortunately for Romo, home field is on the side of Philly and Sam Bradford puts the finishing touches on a remarkable comeback season.

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