Competition heats up in GameDay Morning-Fantasy Live faceoff

One week down and the competition between the GameDay Morning and NFL Fantasy Live crews is still very much in doubt. Could this be the week that one side pulls away from the other? With new faces in each lineup, there is considerable boom-or-bust potential.

Watch GameDay Morning starting at noon ET on Saturday as Mooch, Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, and Warren Sapp discuss their Playoff Challenge picks for the Divisional Round. Then come back each week to NFL.com as they reveal their picks for the conference championships and Super Bowl XLVI.

QB: He threw for 466 yards and three touchdowns last week, and although the 49ers have a great defense, it's hard to turn down double points on the most prolific single-season passer in NFL history. - Kurt Warner

RB1: He was the NFL's top rusher to make the playoffs, and I put him in the lineup last week. The Texans have a tough rushing defense but I'll take the double points and expect the Ravens to win. - Marshall Faulk

RB2: He touched the ball 14 times last week and scored two touchdowns. That's a pretty good ratio, so I'm sticking with him for double points against the 49ers and expect him and the Saints to advance. - Marshall Faulk

WR1: He went off for 120 yards last week but didn't catch a TD pass. With Drew Brees spreading the ball around, expect Colston to get in the end zone as the Saints move on. - Michael Irvin

WR2: He had almost 100 yards and a touchdown in the first meeting with the Giants, and after missing the last three games of the regular season with a knee injury, Aaron Rodgers will get him involved early and often. - Michael Irvin

TE: I started him during the Patriots' bye week to get double points this week -- and with 17 regular-season TDs, he could have a huge day against the Broncos. - Steve Mariucci

K: I know it's going to be cold in Green Bay, but the Packers put up 38 points on the Giants in their first matchup. Crosby will help the Packers advance and I'll get double points for starting him last week. - Steve Mariucci

DEF: A veteran defense at home going up against a rookie fifth-round draft pick? Double points, please. - Warren Sapp

QB: I went almost all in on the New Orleans Saints in the wild-card round, so I don't have a lot of changes to make moving into the second week of the postseason (double points!). I'm definitely keeping Drew Brees as quarterback - Michael Fabiano

RB1: I started Ray Rice last week so I can get double points from him in the divisional round, and I like his chances against the Texans. - Michael Fabiano

RB2: We realize that with both Rice and Foster, we're guaranteed to lose one of our RBs, but it's worth it for the chance to get double points from the two best backs remaining in the playoffs. - Matt "Money" Smith

WR1: We lost Calvin Johnson, which wasn't unexpected, and are replacing him with Jordy Nelson. I like Nelson because of his 15 touchdowns and the fact that Greg Jennings is coming off an injury. - Elliot Harrison

WR2: Yes, Victor Cruz was a disappointment last week, but we're sticking with him for the double points. - Adam Rank

TE:Jimmy Graham was a slam dunk choice, as the Saints were alive in the wild-card round. I'll gladly take the double points. - Elliot Harrison

K: As long as the Saints are alive, and the offense is scoring points, I'll keep banking on the foot of John Kasay. - Michael Fabiano

DEF: I picked the Ravens versus the Giants in the Super Bowl, so my team reflects that, although losing the Steelers last week hurt. - Adam Rank

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