Bills quarterback Jim Kelly has had an odd year. At times he has looked unhappy in the conservative attack orchestrated by passing-game coach Ted Marchibroda. At other times Kelly would settle down and move the yardsticks. But shoot-out football isn't Buffalo's style. The defense has to play well.
The Bengals, though, can score against anybody. So can the Seahawks, who proved they could win outside the Dome by piling up 43 points and nearly 500 yards against the Raiders in L.A. Don't be surprised if Seattle, which won three of its last four games, gives the Bengals trouble when they meet for the divisional playoff in Cincinnati.
Still, we won't cop out on our original picks. Watch for Cleveland to meet San Francisco in Miami on Jan. 22.