## Sunday, January 15, 2017

### NFL Divisional Round Playoffs preview, January 14 & 15, 2017 +Patriots vs Texans & Falcons vs Seahawks repeat of January 13, 2013

There are two games Saturday, January 14, 2017, and two Sunday, January 15.

1/14/2017 = 1+14+20+17 = 52 (Super Bowl on 2/5 or 5/2)
1/14/2017 = 1+14+(2+0+1+7) = 25
1/14/2017 = 1+1+4+2+0+1+7 = 16
1/14/17 = 1+14+17 = 32 (NFL = 32) (America = 32)

1/15/2017 = 1+15+20+17 = 53
1/15/2017 = 1+15+(2+0+1+7) = 26
1/15/2017 = 1+1+5+2+0+1+7 = 17
1/15/17 = 1+15+17 = 33

41st season?

Super Bowl = 41 (Seahawks = 24/33/42/51/87)

Over / Under at 51 points

Notice this is the Falcons 51st season, the season of Super Bowl 51.  Further, notice the Falcons have Seahawks have played 15 times in the regular season, plus 1 more in the playoffs, meaning this upcoming matchup will be the 17th all-time, to start 2017.

Home Depot = 47 (47th Super Bowl of Modern Era) (Falcons owner owns Home Depot)
Matt Ryan = 112 (Houston = 112)

The Seahawks lead the series 10-5 in the regular season, and 10-6 all-time.

The last playoff matchup between the two teams was January 13, 2013, in Atlanta, like this weekends. game.  Notice the sum of 58-points, 30-28, in favor of ATL.

Freemasonry = 58/139
Atlanta Falcons = 40/49/139

Let us examine the QB stats.

All-Time.

Regular season.

Playoffs.

*If Wilson lost, he would become 8-4 in the playoffs, on the 84th Meridian.
*Ryan would become 2-4 (Seahawks = 24)

It is 242-days past Ryan's 31st birthday, or a span of 243-days.  He was born May 17, 1985.

*National Football League = 85
Matt Ryan = 112; Houston = 112

This game comes 46-days, or a span of 47 after Russell Wilson's 28th birthday, November 29, 2016.

I love that the temperature is 31 degrees.  Houston = 31 (31, the 11th prime)
*Super Bowl 31 was Packers vs Patriots (1997) (This year is 97th season of the NFL)

Fifty-Seven = 131; Championship = 131; Super Bowl = 131

15th season; Houston Texans = 51 (Hosting Super Bowl 51)

The Patriots lead the regular season 6-1, and all-time 7-1.

Strangely enough, the last time these teams played each other in the playoffs, was January 13, 2013, just like the Seahawks and Falcons, who are also playing on the same date.

If history repeats itself, the Falcons and Patriots should win.

Fifty-Seven = 131; Championship = 131; Super Bowl = 131

Notice this will be the Steelers 59th playoff game.  Kansas City = 32/41/50/59; Pittsburgh = 50/59

The two teams have played 31 times in the regular season, and 32-times all-time.  The Steelers lead 21-10 in the regular season, and 21-11 all-time.

Steelers = 31
Kansas City = 32; Chiefs = 32

The next game will be the 33rd between both teams.

Steelers established in '33; Smith = 33

There's a lot of '39' in this playoff race.

Alex Smith = 39; Big Ben = 39

From the October 2 game earlier this year, the tribute to the death of Arnold Palmer, to the playoff matchup, is 105-days, or a span of 106.

It's been 50-years since Super Bowl I, Packers over Chiefs.

Chiefs = 50; Kansas City = 50; Pittsburgh = 50

Let us examine the QBs.

All-Time:

Regular Season:

Playoffs:

With a win today, Smith could become 3-3 in the playoffs, something like '33', against the Steelers, who were established in '33.

1/15/17 = 1+15+17 = 33

At the same time, Big Ben could get his 13th playoff win against the Chiefs.

Kansas City = 41; Chiefs = 41; 41, the 13th prime

From Alex Smith's 32nd birthday, May 7, 2016, to the game, is 253-days, or a span of 254.  To his upcoming 33rd birthday, May 7, 2017, is 112-days, or a span of 113.

Houston = 112; K = 11; C = 3

From Big Ben's 34th birthday, March 2, 2016, to the game, is 319-days, or a span of 320.  To Big Ben's upcoming 35th birthday, is 46-days, or a span of 47.

G = 33/42; The divisors of 42 sum to 96; Freemason = 42/51/96

Fifty-Seven = 131; Championship = 131; Super Bowl = 131
This will be the Dallas Cowboys 61st playoff game; Dallas Cowboys = 43/61

The Packers lead the regular season series 14-13, and the two teams are tied all-time, 17-17.  The Cowboys lead the playoffs 4-3.  If the Cowboys lost tomorrow, they would be 4-4.  Wisconsin = 44

The Packers have won 7 straight.  G = 7

If Packers lose, perhaps 7 was the limit... but if you ask me, a lot lines up for the Packers to be in the big game.  In 2015, my first hunch at Super Bowl 51 was Colts and Packers.

Let us examine the QBs:

All-Time:

Regular Season:

Playoffs:

*This will be Dak's first playoff game.

Today's game comes 44-days after Aaron Rodgers 33rd birthday, or a span of 45.  His upcoming birthday is in 321-days, or a span of 322.

Wisconsin = 44 (Chance for Cowboys and Packers to be 4-4 in postseason with GB win)

From Dak Prescott's 23rd birthday, July 29, 2016, to the game, is 170-days, or a span of 171.  To his upcoming 24th birthday, is 195-days, or a span of 196.