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Enemy Reaction 2017: The rest of the divisional round

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NFL: NFC Divisional Playoff-Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Don’t worry! I didn’t forget about the rest of Enemy Reaction after dedicating one solely to New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings, but I am quite busy given my primary job is to cover the UFC, and this is a big week ahead, so forgive me for this being a day late.

We start with the Philadelphia Eagles sending the Atlanta Falcons packing, followed by the New England Patriots predictably beating the Tennessee Titans, and then finish with the Jacksonville Jaguars shocking the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. Let’s get this going!


Atlanta Falcons (The Falcoholic) at Philadelphia Eagles (Bleeding Green Nation)

Matt Ryan makes magic happen (10-6 ATL)

Peak Falcons (10-6 ATL)

...SHOVEL PASS?! (15-10 PHI)

Falcons call some total garbage, Eagles win (15-10 PHI FINAL)

Tennessee Titans (Music City Miracles) at New England Patriots (Pats Pulpit)

Upset in the making? (7-0 TEN)

Nope. (21-7 NE)

What are they doing? WHAT ARE THEY DOING?! (21-7 NE)

Gronk’d (35-7 NE, 35-14 NE FINAL)

Jacksonville Jaguars (Big Cat Country) at Pittsburgh Steelers (Behind the Steel Curtain)

Leonard Fournette leaps for a touchdown (7-0 JAX)

Myles Jack picks off Ben Roethlisberger (7-0 JAX)

Steelers make a mess of 4th and inches with toss to Le’Veon Bell (14-0 JAX)

Antonio Brown is ridiculous (21-7 JAX)

Telvin Smith returns Ben Roethlisberger fumble for a touchdown (28-7 JAX)

Le’Veon Bell makes terrific touchdown grab on Telvin Smith (28-21 JAX)

Steelers don’t get the hang of 4th and 1. Again. (28-21 JAX)

I repeat, Antonio Brown is ridiculous (35-28 JAX)

Jaguars punk Steelers defense, as Blake Bortles throws a touchdown to fullback Tommy Bohannon (42-28 JAX)

After Le’Veon Bell touchdown, Steelers go for pathetic looking onside kick (42-35 JAX)

Josh Lambo seals Pittsburgh’s favorite, sends the Jaguars to Foxboro (45-35 JAX, 45-42 JAX FINAL)


The next Enemy Reaction will be for the conference championship weekend, and then before the Super Bowl, I have another special Enemy Reaction in the works, and it’s a surprise that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.

Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!