Mike Tomlin played his cards correctly down the stretch, despite what many might think.

The team is coming off a big Wild Card Round win over the up-and-coming Los Angeles Rams — who couldn’t come up with their first playoff win since the 2004 season. The Falcons’ defense was able to limit Rams quarterback Jared Goff to 259 yards passing and just one touchdown. By creating turnovers and limiting their own on offense, the Falcons were able to control the clock and finish the day with a 26-13 win.

It’s not hard to suspect that the underdogs heading into this matchup would have been the Falcons if Wentz was still starting at QB, but that isn’t the case. With Foles once again taking over in Philadelphia, its offense isn’t nearly as dominant, but with a solid supporting cast, the Eagles still win their first playoff game under Pederson. Only two SB Nation experts agree, with six expecting the Falcons to get a big win on the road.

In an arrangement with the Players Coalition, a group led in part by Jenkins, the NFL recently pledged to donate nearly $89 million over seven years to projects central to Stills and Jenkins’ focuses—criminal justice reform, law enforcement, community relations and education. The pledge represents the largest amount the NFL would spend on a social cause—more than the Salute to Service and Breast Cancer Awareness/Crucial Catch platforms.

“It’s not a surprise, because when you look at building a multi-billion dollar stadium in Las Vegas, and sure. It just would be very smart to play off of this as kind of a one-off, I would think, in the pros,” Carfagna said. “Because it’s like Gruden coming home … and now a sweet homecoming for [Al Davis’] son Mark to say, ‘Viva Las Vegas. Let’s gamble it all.’”

Resting Roethlisberger, Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro, [Cam] Heyward and Bell ensured the core nucleus of the team will not just be present, but will be healthy. Again, something the team hasn’t done in the past.

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