NFL Today, Wild-Card Playoffs

NFL Today, Wild-Card Playoffs

NFL Today, Wild-Card Playoffs

Things are finally breaking right for the Chargers and just when that's happening, here comes the dagger of Los Angeles potentially having to play in a nightmare, east coast weather game against the Patriots on Sunday.

Rivers said the Chargers don't care about New England's recent run. She spent the past two seasons as a down judge after starting out as a line judge, and was named an alternate for the Atlanta Falcons-Los Angeles Rams' wild-card playoff game in 2017.

Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 137 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, and the Dallas Cowboys hung on for a 24-22 wild-card win over the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday night.

Luck went 19-for-32 for 222 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in an uneven but productive-enough afternoon at NRG Stadium, powering the Colts to a 21-7 win over the Texans that vaults them from the No. 6 seed to a chance to play in the AFC Championship Game. Jacksonville probably isn't as helpless as it looked this season considering it's still stocked with defensive talent and went an unlucky 2-6 in games decided by less than a touchdown. There's certainly a case to be made that this was the quarterback's worst game of the 2018 season, but was also his first real action since a torn ACL previous year.

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Last time the Patriots and Ravens played in the playoffs was the 2014 season, when the Patriots won 35-31.

The Seahawks went for it on fourth-and-5 from the Dallas 39 in their first possible field-goal situation of the second half, converting on Russell Wilson's 22-yard pass to Doug Baldwin.

The loss ended a run of nine consecutive victories in playoff openers for the Seahawks (10-7). The Elias Sports Bureau says it was the longest streak in National Football League history. Whether this be, who knows how many, Brady's 40th, 38th, something playoff game? Since the lowest remaining seed will immediately face the No. 1 seed, this would leave Houston set for a date with Tom Brady and the Patriots regardless of the other outcome. He then completed 51 percent of his passes for 211 yards and two interceptions the Chargers 21-12 loss to New England in 2007 during the AFC championship.

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