2012 NFL Playoffs Schedule

January 22, 2012 by staff 

2012 NFL Playoffs Schedule, NFL Playoff Schedule 2012: Patriots vs Ravens AFC Championship Game Time, TV Coverage

Believe it or not, defense can be considered the key to victories in the playoffs but not exactly can be applied to the New England Patriots. San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, and Baltimore Ravens are the teams that have the defense to win games. In the NFL divisional playoff games, 49ers shocked New Orleans Saints, Giants tamed Green Bay Packers, and Ravens imposed the defense over the Texans. Though the Patriots allowed 10 points only to the Broncos, it is not given for them to have the top caliber defense that can be compared to others.

Two teams will be entering into the Super Bowl 46 today as the AFC and NFC Championship games are scheduled. In playoffs, defense will always be the main weapon of a team but for the New England Patriots, the offense will be the priority of the offense. With all the media coverage in this week’s NFL playoffs, there’s no doubt at all that the Patriots will be in the spotlight again especially the fact the quarterback Tom Brady is being considered as the best of all time if he wins another Super Bowl. It will be a controversial judgement for all if he will stamp himself as the best ever.

Truly, it is important to give time talking about the New England Patriots success this season. It is evident in the past that the road to Super Bowl for the Patriots will be to have the home field advantage the entire playoffs. Patriots have it last season but failed to win the divisional playoff game against the Jets. Now that the Patriots are playing at Gillette Stadium, they have all the advantage in the world to make it happen. However, New England showed that this is a very different team with Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski as the targets of Brady. The offense of the Patriots is not centered on Wes Welker alone but also these two tight ends. Wide receiver Deion Branch is no longer the same but he can still catch the ball in crunchtimes.

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