NFL Network’s Jordan Raanan on NFL Playoff run
On Thursday, NFL Network analyst Jordan Raanan gave his take on the NFL’s playoff run and how he thinks the NFL will finish with eight teams in the postseason.
Raanan was asked by ESPN’s David Newton to give his take from his perspective, specifically on the Bengals-Patriots game on Sunday.
After the game, Raanon told Newton that the Bengals had the most to gain, but also had the greatest chance of going all the way to the Super Bowl, which the Bengals have achieved so far.
Raanin said that the Patriots’ comeback was “probably the most important play of the game.”
The Patriots are on pace to make it to the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
But Raanano said that even if they do, the Patriots are in a difficult position in the AFC East.
“They’re going to be playing two of the toughest teams they’ve played,” Raanans said.
So they’ve been able to take a few shots in the end zone. “
The Patriots have the edge on the strength of that offense.
So they’ve been able to take a few shots in the end zone.
They’re going up against teams with more of a physical offensive line.”
If they lose that game, they’re going down the road to the third round, which is probably a more difficult road to travel for them, because they’ve had to go through the same issues as they’ve done in the last couple of years.
“Raanano also mentioned that the Falcons and Cowboys have a “pretty good shot” of going to the NFC Championship Game, and the Broncos, Raiders and Saints have a good shot at making it to Super Bowl XLVII.
Raanaan also said that he believes that the Broncos will be playing their first playoff game since 2006.
He said that if Denver wins Sunday’s game, it would be the team’s first playoff win since 2009.
Raanan also said he thought that the Raiders would be playing the first playoff playoff game in three years, even if it was a one-year playoff.
The Bengals have lost four games in a row, including two to the 49ers in the NFC divisional round.
Raannan said that there are a few factors that could influence the Bengals playoff chances in the playoffs.
Raanaan said one factor is that the NFL playoff schedule is a bit different than other sports leagues, and teams are playing in different places.
He said that a team with a strong home-field advantage could win the division, and a team without that advantage could be out of playoff contention.
The NFL playoffs also tend to be more difficult because teams are competing for the same amount of money, which can lead to an advantage for the underdog.
Raanan said that, if the Bengals don’t make the playoffs, they’ll have to make the conference championship game.
Raaman also said, however, that the AFC South and NFC South teams would likely go through similar scenarios.
The Patriots and Bengals play the Patriots in New England on Thursday.
Raanuan said on Thursday that the matchup could be one of the “toughest games of the year.”