The Wild card Weekend is here, or shall we say the Re-Match Weekend, Four of the four Games have played each other at least once this year, And three of them played last weekend, and play again on Saturday, and Sunday too, the only difference is that Cincinnati is home, New York Jets{9-7} go to Cincinnati Bengals{10-6}, but Dallas Cowboys{11-5} Is Home again, against the Philadelphia Eagles{11-5} and both Games were blow-outs Jets beat the Bengals 0-37 while Cowboys beat the Eagles 0-24 is this going to happen again.

Sanchez was 8 for 16 for 63 yards with no turnovers before being replaced by Kellen Clemens late in the fourth quarter with the game in hand. Thomas Jones ran for 78 yards and two touchdowns and do-it-all wide receiver Brad Smith had 92 yards rushing, including a 32-yard TD run, as the Jets set a record for rushing yards in a season.
The Bengals opened with most of their starters — running back Cedric Benson was the only healthy starter to not play — but pulled Carson Palmer early in the third quarter. Palmer was ineffective when he was in, going 1 for 11 for no — yes, zero — yards before J.T. O’Sullivan replaced him. “It was not the outcome we wanted,” Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. “The Jets outplayed us in all three phases. We get a chance to regroup and get going again next Saturday afternoon.” and Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco said his team would be ready, In a game were he was shutout as well.

While Dallas, has quited the critics, in that it was a winning Dec. for them, and one of the hottest Team’s finishing the season, Tony Romo threw a pair of early touchdown passes and the defense took over from there, carrying Dallas to a 24-0 victory over Philadelphia on Sunday, to win the N.F.C. East and host the rematch, “This ball-club has done a good job of putting its best foot forward when it has to,” Romo said. “We haven’t arrived and we haven’t accomplished anything. This is a step in the process to continue to get to where we want to go. It’s a positive one, definitely, but we still need to keep improving. There’s hopefully a lot of season left.” Philadelphia came in having already set the franchise scoring record and riding a six-game winning streak during which it averaged 31.2 points per game. The Eagles still had a lot to play for because a victory would’ve locked up the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye.

Yes Cincinnati had an off day, did confidence play a part in this, and not the game plan, Cincinnati been at home, will take away the fan factor, that the Jets enjoyed, and will play a different game, They will win this game and you wont remember the blowout.

If the defense, Players the same way the played last Sunday, disrupting Philadelphia’s plays well it’s going to be ugly, Offense need to make plays, for Philadelphia , I see the Cowboys winning this one as well.