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  1. After the Rams beat the Cardinals on Monday night, they opened as underdogs for Sunday’s divisional round game at Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers initially opened as 2.5-point favorites and quickly moved to 3-point favorites over the Rams at most sports books. Bettors are showing faith in the Bucs even though the Rams won 34-24 when [more] View the full article
  2. The Chiefs will host the Bills on Sunday for the second consecutive year in the playoffs, and Patrick Mahomes is expecting a challenge. The Bills and Chiefs, who both won easily in the wild card round, look like they’ll have the best, most competitive matchup in the divisional round of the playoffs. “A really good [more] View the full article
  3. Though there is one game remaining in the Wild Card round, the NFL has announced the schedule for next weekend’s Divisional round contests. On Saturday, Jan. 22, the Bengals and Titans will get things started at 4:30 p.m. ET with their matchup on CBS. Then the Packers will host the 49ers on FOX at 8:15 [more] View the full article
  4. The Bills wound up as 47-17 winners over the Patriots on Saturday night, but there was a point in the game where it was far from a sure thing that Buffalo would win in a rout. After the Bills opened the game with a touchdown, the Patriots drove the ball inside the 35-yard-line and quarterback [more] View the full article
  5. Bills tight end Dawson Knox made a spectacular leaping catch to score the game’s first touchdown in Saturday night’s win over the Patriots, and quarterback Josh Allen admitted after the game that he got lucky to have a receiver in the area on a throw he never thought would be caught. Allen said he was [more] View the full article
  6. The Bills’ dominant win over the Patriots included an unprecedented accomplishment in NFL history. Every time the Bills got the ball they scored a touchdown — seven possessions, seven touchdowns — with the exception of kneeling down at the end of each half. The Bills had no turnovers, and they never even considered punting or [more] View the full article
  7. The Patriots gave up 47 points to the Bills on Saturday night, the most ever allowed by a Belichick-coached New England team. Afterward, he explained the outcome in his usual terse and concise way. “We just couldn’t keep up with them tonight,” Belichick told reporters after the loss. “So, [they] certainly deserved to win. Well [more] View the full article
  8. Yes, it’s a tradition unlike any other. And it’s back. What began as a gesture directed at former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady returned on Saturday night, when someone at the Patriots-Bills game threw a certain foreign object onto the field after New England receiver Kendrick Bourne caught a touchdown pass, at a time when the [more] View the full article
  9. A split in the regular season meant that Saturday night’s game would determine the winner of the season series between the Bills and Patriots, but the Bills weren’t interested in keeping things interesting this time around. The Bills scored touchdowns the first seven times they had the ball against a Patriots offense that had no [more] View the full article
  10. Bills kicker Tyler Bass had an extra point blocked after a Devin Singletary touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday night’s game against the Patriots, but you’d be hard pressed to find anything else that’s gone wrong for the home team. They’ve scored four touchdowns on four offensive possessions and rolled up 300 yards of [more] View the full article
  11. The Bills offense looks just fine on Saturday night. After driving 70 yards for a touchdown to open the game, the Bills went 80 yards on their second drive to extend their lead to 14-0 late in the first quarter. Both drives ended with quarterback Josh Allen hitting tight end Dawson Knox in the end [more] View the full article
  12. Bills quarterback Josh Allen made some big plays with his feet on the team’s first offensive possession on Saturday night, but his arm was responsible for the first points of their Wild Card matchup with the Patriots. Allen bought time when no one was open early on a second down play from the Patriots’ eight-yard-line [more] View the full article
  13. The Patriots listed 13 players as questionable for Saturday night’s game against the Bills and 12 of them will be in the lineup. Left tackle Isaiah Wynn was ruled out on Friday because of hip and ankle injuries, but the rest of the group is good to go for the Wild Card round. That group [more] View the full article
  14. This is a question we’ve asked before. Twice. And again, recently. So let’s ask it again. With the season on the line, will the Bills let quarterback Josh Allen loose as a runner tonight? He ran plenty as a rookie. Since then, the Bills have been more careful when it comes to exposing Allen to [more] View the full article
  15. Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier will be working together to try to beat the Patriots on Saturday night, but they’ll be competing with each other on Sunday. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that both men are set for a pair of head coaching interviews after the team completes its Wild [more] View the full article
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