Other than the Packers-Cowboys and Chiefs-Steelers divisional games, the 2016 NFL postseason was a wasteland devoid of the competitive and dramatic games you come to expect when, you know, the better teams (in theory) are finally playing each other. Seriously, the postseason was so bad that the average margin of victory was 15.7 points with nothing but blowouts. By comparison, the average margin of victory in the 2015 postseason was 11.5 points that featured only two routs while the rest were largely one score games. Baseball had a better postseason than the NFL. Come @ me. — A.C.