This game is so intriguing because not only are the top players involved, but so are the top coaches. Los Angeles coach Sean McVay is one of the best offensive minds in the NFL and New England's Bill Belichick is still known for building great defenses. On the defensive side, the Rams have Wade Phillips, who has been around for a while, against the Patriots’ Josh McDaniels, the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. The Rams’ defensive tackle duo of Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh can neutralize the Patriots up front, but this game will come down to how well Rams cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqid Talib play. If they bring their “A” game, the Rams can win. If they disappear, which they have been prone to do at times this season, McDaniels and New England quarterback Tom Brady will frustrate them easily. I almost never pick against the Patriots in the postseason, but will this time.