Eight will become four this weekend in the NFL as the Super Bowl LIII race warms up. With the Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams in the fight after having known last week, the two best each conference should move from the divisional round to the conference championship phase, and the story is on their side.Not since the 2012 season, a team has played the Wild Card Round before to reach the Super Bowl, while the Baltimore Ravens beat The San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl XLVII on this occasion. However, this weekend's clashes are more accurate than you think, and here, with the help of Opta, we'll see where the division will be won and lost. Colts of Indianapolis @ Kansas City ChiefsThe focus will be on how the Colts' defense has been significantly improved to stop Patrick Mahomes at Arrowhead Stadium, where the Chiefs have lost only once this season, but Kansas City will have the same task to slow down the Indianapolis attack. The Colts were excellent the ball last week in their victory over the Houston Texans. They have become the 24th team since 1940 to accumulate more than 200 yards in the road playoff game, and the third since 2010. Marlon Mack, a running backhand, set a Colts playoff record last weekend. totaling 148 yards. and will hope for a similar success against a Chiefs' defense that ranked 27th against the regular season race. Indianapolis did not give up a sack against the so much touted defensive front of the Texans, and their offensive line will have to face another big challenge on Saturday. Defensive lineman Chris Jones and linebacker Dee Ford have become the first pair of Kansas City players since 1992 to record a total of more than 13 bags in the same season and the first since 2000. Prevent this pair from getting to Andrew Luck will be essential if the Colts want to keep pace with the leaders.Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles RamsSean McVay's Rams attack will have to be at its best against a formidable Dallas defense that has limited the New Orleans Saints to 10 points during a win in the 13th week, but the On the other hand, the Cowboys will have little hope of scoring points if they can not. will prevent Los Angeles star defensive tackle Aaron Donald from disrupting their attack. This season, Donald has become the fifth player since at least 1993 to record more than 20 bags, get more than four fumbles and recover at least two fumbles. Quarterback Dak Prescott having missed 12 times this campaign, the evening could be long for the Cowboys if their talented offensive line does not prevent Donald from being his usual disruptive.Los Angeles Chargers @ New England PatriotsThe battle of the numbers is the key to most games and this will certainly be the case in Foxborough. New England was the fourth best team to force the turnarounds this season, with 15% of training, and excelled at not giving in, only giving up 9.2% of its assets, again the fourth highest number This is especially important against the Chargers, who had three victories against the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card Round, which earned them seven shots on goal in the last two games. . They had eight takeaways in their previous 10 games. In this victory, the Chargers have recorded seven sacks, only eight teams have already had more in the playoffs and will seek to replicate this performance against Tom Brady, more and more immobile. However, the Patriots did a great job of protecting their veteran quarterback by giving away only 21 sacks.Philadelphia Eagles @ Saints of New OrleansThe defending champions go to the places of a humiliation of the 11th week to try to maintain the defense of the title alive. Philadelphia was crushed 48-7 in Week 11, but his defense has shown a clear improvement since then. The Eagles led the league in the red zone defense, allowing a goal touch just 44.6% of the time. Philadelphia will have to be Likewise, in the Superdome, he was determined to hope to reverse the seed number one. The Saints scored 69.6% of their trips to the red zone this season, the fourth highest rate in the league.