The Jesus, The Generator and the Experts - Playoff edition

We thought we'd keep our experts' picks running through the playoffs.

So here you go:

WILD CARD WEEKEND   Random Number Generator Jesus Quintana TJ "The Dude" Johnson Doug Lee
VISTOR HOME Pick Pick Team Team
NO SEA SEA SEA NO NO
NYJ IND IND IND IND NYJ
BAL KC KC BAL BAL BAL
GB PHI PHI GB PHI GB

Quintana

Some of you have questioned whether or not Jesus Quintana exists at all.  He does.  In fact, I snapped a shot of him making his picks this morning.

Quintana was not happy when I tried to throw this Broncos cap on his head while asking him to discuss Kanas City's home field advantage.

You'll have to forgive him, however.  He's having some trouble with the recent changes at Dove Valley.  He watched the Tebow documentary the other night and saw Brian Xanders rave about Tebow's intagibles, but still can't figure out how this correlates to Josh McDaniels being a "one man show."

I've been telling him to put such thoughts aside for the moment and focus on John Elway.

Quintana's Upset Specials

1) Seattle Over New Orleans.  Quintana knows this is his craziest pick of the weekend.  But he also knows that Qwest Field is going to hit 140 decibels.  What's that like?  Imagine a jackhammer in your office for 3 hours straight.  At 150 decibels, it's like sitting next to a jet airplane.  

2) Green Bay over Philly.  Brett Favre is finally exiting the stage.  Aaron Rodgers finally gets his first playoff win and takes center stage.

Peter King Actually Wrote This

When picking the winner of the Baltimore-Kanas City game this week, King had this to say about the Chiefs:

But this game, I believe, is going to be a case of a young, hungry, deserving team getting very close, and nearly being rewarded for a division title with a playoff win, but the Ravens being a little bit more equipped to grind down a defense on the ground.

Peter King is now telling you which teams are deserving and which are hungry.  Funny, but I thought if you made the playoffs you were probably both.   

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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