Rod Woodson on Packers-Bears and Eagles-Cowboys

12/29/2013

Lightning RodIt’s bound to be an exciting day as the NFL season comes to a close. 13 of the 16 games being played Sunday could have an effect on the playoff race, including two winner-take-all affairs in the NFC: Green Bay at Chicago and Philadelphia at Dallas.

The winners of those two games will win their respective divisions, while the losers will miss the postseason entirely. In the latest installment of Lightning Rod, WestwoodOne analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Rod Woodson weighs in on the two matchups.

(Listen to Lightning Rod for Week 17 of the 2013 NFL season)

Pro Football Hall of Famer Rod Woodson is an analyst for WestwoodOne’s coverage of the NFL. This weekend, Rod is in Cincinnati where the AFC North champion Bengals host the Wild Card-chasing Baltimore Ravens.

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