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Happy Sunday morning Justin Vogel Jersey , NFL fans. After the results of yesterday’s games, we know one matchup for certain in next week’s Divisional playoffs: the Indianapolis Colts are going to Kansas City to play the Chiefs. The Colts earned that trip with a victory in Houston on Saturday, sending the winner of today’s Chargers-Ravens game to Foxboro against the New England Patriots. Today’s games will set the other three matchups, however. The third-seeded Chicago Bears host the Philadelphia Eagles in the late afternoon game to decide who goes to New Orleans. If Chicago wins then the Cowboys, who beat the Seahawks on Saturday, will play at the Saints. If the Eagles win, they go to New Orleans and Dallas heads to play the Los Angeles Rams. Meanwhile Justin McCray Color Rush Jersey , Baltimore hosts the Chargers in the early game to decide who plays the Patriots next Sunday.Enjoy the games!Here are the details for today’s games, #5 Los Angeles Chargers at #4 Baltimore RavensVenue: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MDKickoff time: 1:05 PM Eastern TimeTV Networks: CBSCommentators: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy WolfsonRadio Broadcast: Westwood One Sports, Sirius 88/82/83 , XM 88/225/226Odds: Ravens favored by 2.5 points; over/under 422018 Games: Week 16 — Ravens 22, @Chargers 10Previous Playoff Games: NoneWinner plays at New England next Sunday#6 Philadelphia Eagles at #3 Chicago BearsVenue: Soldier Field, Chicago ILKickoff time: 3:40 PM Central Time (4:40 PM Eastern)TV Networks: NBCCommentators: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michelle TafoyaRadio Broadcast: Westwood One Sports, Sirius 88/82/83, XM 88/225/226Odds: Bears favored by 6.5 points; over/under total 41.5Last Meeting: Week 12 2017 — @Eagles 31 Jermaine Whitehead Jersey , Bears 3Previous Playoff Games: DIV 2002 — Eagles 33, @Bears 19; DIV 1988 — @Bears 20, Eagles 12; WC 1979 — @Eagles 27, Bears 17If Bears win: CHI plays at Rams next SaturdayIf Eagles win: PHI plays at Saints next Sunday New Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has lured a familiar face back to Wisconsin in order to round out his first staff. According to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, former wide-receivers coach Luke Getsy will return to Green Bay as quarterbacks coach.Getsy left the Packers’ coaching staff last offseason to become the offensive coordinator at Mississippi State. Though head coach Joe Moorhead called the plays, Getsy had a sizable input on the game planning. The Bulldogs improved during Getsy’s lone year on the job, improving 13 spots in offensive S&P+ from the previous season. Mississippi State finished the season ranked 18th in the nation.Accordingly Aaron Ripkowski Color Rush Jersey , it remains unclear exactly why Getsy decided to leave Mississippi State after one season. Some coaches grow tired of the constant grind of recruiting. Others can make more money in the NFL. Getsy will take a downgrade in job title to rejoin the Packers, suggesting he had some issue with his position at Mississippi State.Prior to his season with the Bulldogs, Getsy served as the Packers’ wide-receivers coach from 2016 to ‘17. During that span, he helped develop Davante Adams from an afterthought to a rising star. Under Getsy’s guidance, Adams registered the first two of his three consecutive double-digit touchdown seasons. Getsy also introduced Green Bay’s wideouts to several unique training techniques such as catching bricks to improve grip strength. Getsy also reportedly earned the respect of Aaron Rodgers, the player upon which the young coach will now focus most of his energy.

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