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Will Utah Utes standout Devin Lloyd make a big play at KC and Andy Reid? Will Britain Covey see the field vs. NYG?

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Will Utah Utes standout Devin Lloyd make a big play at KC and Andy Reid? Will Britain Covey see the field vs. NYG? As KG once said, anythinggg is possiblllle…

As we head into the second quarter of the NFL Divisional Round Playoffs, Utah Utes standout LB Devin Lloyd already has had two QB hurries and four tackles at Kansas City. Will he get his fourth interception of the year? Brian breaks down the Jags’ chances at an upset at Arrowhead Stadium.

Also: will Britain Covey see any game action Saturday night—aside from some game-week bowling?

The Ute hasn’t seen any consquential game action since October. Brian gives you his picks for the games on Saturday.

As for Sunday, there are two marquee games on tap. Bengals-Bills should be one for the ages, and Brian gives you his thoughts on that one.

And, the Dallas Cowboys are at San Francisco to take on the 49ers in what should also be an epic contest.

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