NFL Playoff Wild Card Weekend Senarios

With Week 17 just about in the books, we now know who will play who — pending the result of Sunday night’s showdown between the Cowboys and Giants– during NFL Wild Card Weekend, which kicks off Saturday and continues Sunday. Dates and times will be announced later, but here’s what’s in store matchups-wise:

AFC
No. 6 Cincinnati Bengals (9-7) at No. 3 Houston Texans (10-6)
No. 5 Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4) at No. 4 Denver Broncos (8-8)

NFC
No. 6 Detroit Lions (10-6) at No. 3 New Orleans Saints (13-3)
No. 5 Atlanta Falcons (10-6) at Cowboys-Giants winner

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NFL 2011-2012 WEEK 2 Recap

NFL Week 2 had some really good games once again. The Sunday Night game was great, unfortunately, Michael Vick suffered a concussion and wasn’t able to finish the game. Atlanta won 35-31. Other scores from this weekend:

Lions 48 – Chiefs 3
Bills 38 – Raiders 35
Titans 26 – Ravens 13
Jets 32 – Jaguars 3
Browns 27 – Colts 19
Redskins 22 – Cardinals 21
Buccaneers 24 – Vikings 20
Packers 30 – Panthers 23
Saints 30 – Bears 13
Steelers 24 – Seahawks 0
Cowboys 27 – 49ers 24
Patriots 35 – Chargers 21
Broncos 24 – Bengals 22
Texans 23 – Dolphins 13

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Steelers & Packers Advance To Conference Championship Games

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers have both advanced to their respective Conference Championship games next week after big wins yesterday. The Packers dominated the whole game against the Atlanta Falcons winning 48-21. The way Aaron Rodgers is playing, don’t be surprised to see the Packers in the Super Bowl. The Steelers came from behind yesterday to beat the Ravens after trailing 21-7 at a point in the game. Congrats to both.

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2008-2009 NFL Playoffs – Week 1

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Well, Well, Well! The NFL Playoffs have officially begun. Yesterday, the Arizona Cardinals were able to contain the Atlanta Falcons in a 30-24 victory. Also, The San Diego Chargers were able to pull off an overtime victory over the Indianapolis Colts by the score of 23-17. Today’s first game was the Baltimore Ravens @ the Miami Dolphins, which the Raven’s defense took care of business with 4 interceptions off of Chad Pennington and most importantly a 27-9 victory. The late game had the Philadelphia Eagles @ Minnesota Vikings in which the Eagles won 26-14 (I know the game is not officially done, but we are gonna win!). Next week’s games will: Ravens @ Titans, Chargers @ Steelers, Cardinals @ Panthers, and Eagles @ Giants!

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