Up to this point, the 2022 NFL season has certainly lived up to the hype.
Crazy finishes, great underdog stories, and unexpected playoff teams have set the stage for a fantastic conclusion to the season.
The final four teams that are left in the playoffs are all dominant in their own right, as highlighted by Robert Griffin III.
The skill groups of the last 4 teams in the Playoffs are RIDICULOUS. The Eagles and 49ers have two #1 WRs and a #1 TE. The Bengals have two #1 WRs. Only the Chiefs don’t have a bonafide #1 WR and they all have a RB that CAN GO. You have to give your QB MULTIPLE REAL DUDES to win.
— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) January 24, 2023
The four remaining teams in the playoffs each have an embarrassment of riches on both sides of the ball.
The Philadelphia Eagles are led by Jalen Hurts at quarterback, who has vaulted himself close to, if not atop the MVP conversation.
Although Brock Purdy is a rookie, the poise and confidence that he has shown for the San Francisco 49ers thus far is nothing short of a miracle.
The Kansas City Chiefs continue to produce top-tier offensive performances.
Led by Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs’ offense has been dominant since he entered the league, even though he doesn’t have a true number-one receiver.
However, Travis Kelce might be the most dominant offensive player in the league, and he makes up for any receiving shortcomings the team might have.
Finally, what else can be said about the Cincinnati Bengals?
Make sure to tune in this weekend, which should provide for some legendary offensive performances.