Here are mine:
Atlanta at Arizona: Hard to pick Arizona here, even at home. Although it looks like the Cardinals may have remembered how to play football in Week 17, Atlanta is a better all around team. A soft defense should allow Matt Ryan to pick up a win in his first NFL playoff game. Arizona only has a chance if their offense cruises early and forces the Falcons to play from behind. Way behind. Whoever wins will get destroyed next week. Falcons 27, Cardinals 21.
Indianapolis at San Diego: This is the only game I would put a lock on. San Diego did look great at the end of the season by winning four in a row and destroying Tampa and Denver, but the Colts looked even better by winning NINE in a row, including a win at San Diego. The Colts are too good on offense and defense for the Chargers. I believe Indy is the only team playing this weekend that stands any sort of chance in the next round. Colts 41, Chargers 20.
Baltimore at Miami: Miami is fun to watch, but outside of their Week 3 victory over New England, their average margin of victory is 5.8 points. The only teams that beat the Ravens soundly this season were the Colts and Giants, two excellent teams. Both teams were equally hot down the stretch, both teams seem to know how to win a game, but I don't think Miami will be able to move the ball that well against the Raven defense. This looks like it could be the best game of the bunch. Ravens 17, Dolphins 10.
Philadelphia at Minnesota: Tough one to pick... Two very inconsistent teams. The only good teams the Vikings beat this season were the Panthers in Week 3 and the Giants' bench in Week 17. The Eagles don't impress me either. This should be good football nonetheless, and there's a lot of talent on the field. A big game from either running back would more or less win the game. I give the Eagles the edge because they can throw the ball, and they have a better defense. Eagles 28, Vikings 17.
Most games should be good, but I see all these teams getting pounded in the Divisional round, except for the Colts.
I've gone with all four favorites. It's interesting that all four road teams are the favorites. I guess this is what happens with you have 3 terrible divisions and all the winners get to play at home.