The first round of the NFL postseason delivered a Incredible shocking first tound wildcard games. Now only eight teams remain to reach the Super Bowl. The top two seeds in both conferences will play host to the first-round winners in next weekend’s divisional round.
Bills vs. Texans
While The Bills entered halftime with a 13-0 lead, Texans offense scored 19 consecutive points, taking a 19-16 lead. The Bills hit a 47 yard field goal with five seconds left to send the game into overtime, where The Texans got the win with a 28 yard field goal to send Houston Texans to the divisional round.
New England Patriots vs. Tennessee Titans
The New England Patriots first time playing Wild Card Weekend, lose to The Tennessee Titans with a final score of 20-13. Titans up 14-13 at half The Patriots couldn’t capitalize through out the whole game. Titans put a nail in the coffin with 15 seconds remaining in the game with a interception the resulted into a touchdown.
New Orleans Saints vs. Minnesota Vikings
A NFC Wild Card matchup that took overtime to decide. The Saints inability to move the ball and score points, Minnesota’s defense being relentless and a questionable pass interference caused this game to be a nail biter. With Minnesota up 13- 10 going into the half and New Orleans comeback in the 4th quarter to cause the overtime. Vikings came through with the with 26- 20.
Seahawks vs. Eagles
A list of injuries and a helmet to helmet hit, this roller coaster had a lot of up and downs. Seattle took an early lead but not a far reach, but Philadelphia just couldn’t get it together. 10- 3 at the half, Eagle down and down a QB, Seahawks took advantage and finish the game 17-9
The divisional round opens Saturday at 4:35 p.m. when the Minnesota Vikings play on the road against the NFC No. 1 seed San Francisco 49ers. The AFC No. 1 seed Baltimore Ravens host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday at 8:15 p.m. On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans at 3:05 p.m., and the Seattle Seahawks visit the Green Bay Packers at 6:40 p.m.