The NFL playoffs kicked off in exciting fashion, and if we learned anything from wild-card weekend, it’s that for cold-weather teams, home field isn’t always an advantage.
Cincinnati Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis was incorrectly awarded a touchdown following an official review in last week’s 42-28 win over the Indianapolis Colts, National Football League vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said.
Rex Ryan said Bill Belichick handed him the biggest whipping of his coaching career.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos remained undefeated by pulling out a 51-48 road win against the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth-highest scoring game in National Football League history.
The New York Giants will face New England in the Super Bowl, four years after ending the Patriots’ pursuit of a perfect season.
The Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 34-13 to move ahead of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the standings for the final playoff spot in the American Football Conference.
Drew Brees threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes as the New Orleans Saints beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10 in a matchup of the past two Super Bowl winners.
Shonn Greene scored three touchdowns as the New York Jets beat the Washington Redskins to keep pace for a National Football League wild card playoff spot.
Brad Smith scored two touchdowns, including an 89-yard kickoff return, to lead the New York Jets to a 26-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.