NFL Playoff Power Rankings

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Dec 29, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) drops back to pass against the Chicago Bears during the fourth quarter at Soldier Field. The Green Bay Packers win 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

10. Green Bay Packers

Boy, Aaron Rodgers came back at the right time. They’ve done enough to stay within the race and won in the end, but the team has not beaten a team with a winning record; not even with Rodgers.

The game will be at home, but the Packers may not have the defensive ability to win in the wild card round. With Rodgers, anything is possible; but because of the weather this may come down to a ground game. With Eddie Lacy, he can definitely help carry the team, but it would come down to the defense to stop the other.

9. Indianapolis Colts

The Colts had a short time period where they had some really questionable games; almost losing to the Texans and Titans twice, and losing to the St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals, and Cincinnati Bengals; none of the teams scored less than 38 points.

With that said, the Colts have beaten the 49ers, Seahawks, Broncos, and Chiefs. The team is going in the right direction and may come up with a playoff win, but the inconsistency of this team is rather alarming and may bite them in the end.

Coach Chuck Pagano is doing a great job with the team, and certainly has pieces to work with for the future.