By Josh Kramer
It is finally the time that we have all been waiting for. And no I am not referring to “Tebow Time,” though there is a possibility of some “Tebowing.” America’s most popular sport is now down to the final 12. By Sunday night, the field will be narrowed down to eight, as teams desperately try to book a trip to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl on February 5th. What team will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy around 10:30PM on February 5th?
I know you have all been anxiously awaiting the final “TheSportsKraze Pick’em Challenge” results. The final standings were as follows:
(TSK is the champion for a second consecutive year)
Let’s take a deeper look at the upcoming weekend.
Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans
The Word: A game of firsts. Houston is in the playoffs for the first time in franchise history and Cincinnati has not won a postseason game since January 6th, of 1991. Continue reading