2013 NFL Playoffs: Previewing the Divisional Round Courtesy of Coors Light

Here’s a preview of this weekend’s Divisional Round games in the 2013 NFL Playoffs brought to you by Coors Light–the game’s most refreshing beer.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos 

This seems to be one of those games where all signs point to the Broncos cruising to a victory over the Ravens. Not only has Denver won 11-straight games heading into the Divisional Round of the playoffs, but Peyton Manning has won nine-straight games against Baltimore himself.

The Ravens were one of those teams that struggled quite a bit in the second half of the regular season and considering the Broncos won this matchup on the road when these two teams met back in Week 15–they should have no trouble once again.

Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers 

With the way things turned out in Week 1, the Packers were hoping for another opportunity to seek revenge against the 49ers once the playoffs rolled around. Green Bay will be much healthier this time around and even San Francisco will have Colin Kaepernick at quarterback this time around instead of Alex Smith–which could be trouble for the Packers’ defense.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Atlanta Falcons 

Will this finally be the year the Falcons record their first playoff win during the Matt Ryan and Mike Smith era? Atlanta arguably has one of the top wide receiver duos in the league in Roddy White and Julio Jones, but they’ll be heavily tested against a Seattle defense that ranks near the top of the league as well.

Unfortunately for the Falcons, they could be in trouble considering the Seahawks have won eight of their last nine games–which could make Sunday’s game interesting to watch.

Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots

Don’t let the 42-14 loss from Week 14 fool you as these Texans want revenge against the Patriots team that was responsible for the start of their decline towards the end of the season. Still, the last thing any team wants to do in the playoffs is find themselves facing New England and experience could certainly play a factor in this one.