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Friday, Jan. 4
Clayton: NFL shifting to wide-open passing attacks
What do the top seeds in this year's playoffs have in common? An elite passing attack, which is becoming a prerequisite for success, writes John Clayton.

Sando: Instant replay's playoff history
The lines between "reviewable" and "nonreviewable" plays as instant replay applies remained murky this regular season, presenting the prospect of more historic controversy this postseason, Mike Sando writes.

Thursday, Jan. 3
Horton: Predicting every playoff matchupInsider
Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton offers his playoff predictions, from this weekend's Wild Card games all the way through Super Bowl XLII.

Scouts Inc. breaks down the playoff fieldInsider
Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton breaks down each of the 12 playoff teams and what they must do to have success in the postseason.

Wednesday, Jan. 2
Sando: Playoff mantras
A strong playoff team needs to run the ball well and be able to stop the run -- or does it? Mike Sando measures that "truth" and others against recent NFL playoff teams to get a handle on the postseason.

Scouts Inc. coach rankingsInsider
Scouts Inc. has ranked the playoff coaching staffs from 1-12. Belichick and Dungy are at the top, but you might be surprised by who follows them.

Tuesday, Jan. 1
TMQ: Will the Patriots win it all?
The Patriots' passing attack was lethal, but TMQ wonders if they'll have to run the ball more to win the Super Bowl.

Sunday, Dec. 30
Clayton: Handicapping possible Patriots playoff foes
Figuring out the teams that will give the Patriots the most trouble in the playoffs is pretty easy. There is only one real challenger.

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