Buffalo and Dallas make it into top 10 of final NFL Power Rankings
By beating the Jets and securing the AFC East, Buffalos is heading back to the playoffs and looking to finish the job. The image of Stefon Diggs watching the AFC Championship trophy presentation still linger in the minds of Bills mafia, and their first opponent on their redemption tour is a familiar face.
New Englans’ return to the postseason has the Foxborough Faithful filled with confidence, but Buffalo already beat them once this season and lost the other. Still, Sean McDermott’s troops have gotten more physical and seemed to include the running game more into their offense.
A balanced attack more often than not leads to greater pleasures. For Buffalo, they have one goal in mind, and the goal is to win it all, First, they have to beat the Patriots, and let the remaining chips fall to determine what happens next.
Bid D hung 50+ on Philly, and the Cowboys are the 3rd seed and NFC East Champions. However, they still have the playoff demons of the past still haunting them. Dallas has not made it past the divisional round since 1995, and they are constantly reminded about it, mostly by Stephen A Smith.
But this can change. There’s just something about this team that they can turn it off and on whenever they want. Now, they have to keep it on for the rest of the year if Jerry Jones wants that gleam of winning another Lombardi in his yees.
Dak Prescott has a record for touchdown passes in a season by a Cowboys quarterback with 37 and Ezekiel Elliot has over 1,000 yards. Trevon Diggs has over 10 picks and Micah Parsons looks like the defensive rookie of the year. There’s a lot to like in Dallas.