Four teams remain alive in the NFL playoffs. The winners of this Sunday’s conference championship games will meet in Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis on Sunday, Feb. 5. Here’s a preview of the two title games scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 22:
The New York Giants were the only road team to win in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs this weekend.
Meanwhile, San Francisco and New England won the right to host their conference’s championship game next Sunday. Here’s a recap of all of this weekend’s NFL action:
The NFL playoffs enter the divisional round this weekend. Just eight teams remain with a chance of playing in the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on February 5. Green Bay, San Francisco, New England and Baltimore will all host games after enjoying a bye during wild card weekend.
Tim Tebow’s magic returned just in time to get Denver a win, as higher-seeded teams won all of the NFL’s ‘Wild-Card Weekend’ games. Here’s a recap of this weekend’s NFL action:
Denver 29 – Pittsburgh 23 (OT)
Tim Tebow threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas on the first play of overtime, and the Denver Broncos beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 on Sunday. Trailing 20-6 at halftime, Pittsburgh rallie
The NFL playoffs start Saturday. Four division champions host first-round games this weekend, while Green Bay, San Francisco, New England and Baltimore enjoy a bye week and wait to begin their Super Bowl quest.
It’s the final week of the NFL’s 2011 regular season and only three playoff spots remain: the AFC West and NFC East titles and an AFC wild card berth. The AFC North is Baltimore’s to lose, but both the Ravens and the rival Pittsburgh Steelers have already qualified for the playoffs. Each game this week is a divisional rematch.
Here’s a preview of the week 17 action, with all games slated for Sunday:
The Christmas holiday necessitates a schedule tweak for the NFL. Most games will be held on Saturday, with the exception of the Texans-Colts contest on Thursday, the Bears-Packers game on Sunday night and the Falcons and Saints, who will meet on ‘Monday Night Football.’
Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds to play, and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans 19-16 on Thursday night. Indianapolis (2-13) won its second straight game. T
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