Tebow leads Denver to victory over Steelers
Even though they were playing at home, the Broncos were considered the underdogs against the Steelers yesterday night. That certainly didn’t slowed Tim Tebow and his team as Denver ended up celebrating their pass to the next round of the 2012 NFL Playoffs after taking down Pittsburgh by 29-23 in overtime. The Broncos are now headed to New England, where they’ll be playing against Tom Brady and the Patriots for the chance of advancing to the AFC Championship Game, which will be played against either the Ravens or the Texans.
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Giants to face Packers after defeating Falcons
The Giants are eager to play the Packers at the next round of the postseason after defeating the Falcons by 24-2 during their NFC wild-card game of Sunday night. The team from New York is looking for revenge as they lost to Green Bay in their last meeting of the regular season. The last time the Giants visited Lambeau Field during the playoffs was a few years back when New York got the NFC championship and a pass to the Super Bowl after defeating the Packers 23-20 in overtime.
Texans advances after taking down the Bengals
Back on Saturday, the Texans acquired the first playoff victory in the history of the franchise as they defeated the Bengals by 31-10. Many believed that Houston wouldn’t be making too much noise as they were coming from a few defeats in a row and had lost key men Matt Schaub and Mario Williams to injuries for the season. But other players such as wide receiver Andre Johnson helped the franchise to stay alive in the postseason and now they are on their way to Baltimore to face the Ravens. “I’m just very proud of all the guys, and the job they did. Hopefully, there are some more (wins) to come.” Texans coach Gary Kubiak said.
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Saints to play Niners after victory over Lions
The Saints managed to beat the Lions by 45-28 and now they are on their way to face one of the teams with the best performances at the regular season in the 49ers. This was the first time that Detroit played a playoff game since 1999 and it marked the seventh consecutive postseason loss for the Lions. Drew Brees was the hero of the night for New Orleans, ending the game with 3 touchdowns, 466 yards and 3 40-yard completions.
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