Cowboys fight past Seahawks for NFC wild-card win

Cowboys fight past Seahawks for NFC wild-card win

The Bolts are coming off a 23-17 win over the Ravens while the Patriots enter Sunday's game fresh off a bye.

About 10 years ago, these two teams ruled the AFC along with the Indianapolis Colts.

If New England hopes to make it out of the divisional round, they'll need to do two things above all else on Sunday: keep Brady upright against the Chargers pass rush/interior pressure and establish the ground game. After Wilson ran 4 yards for a touchdown, Mike Davis scored on a 2-point conversion run for a short-lived 14-10 Seattle lead.

Next up for the Eagles is a trip to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, while the Dallas Cowboys will visit the LA Rams on Saturday in the other NFC game. "It's a Bill Belichick-led team and defense, (and) we know they're in these games (all the time)". He also recorded eight touchdowns as a rookie in 2016.

Wilson connected with J.D. McKissic on a seven-yard touchdown pass with 78 seconds remaining and a two-point run put Seattle within the final margin, but Dallas recovered a poor onside kick attempt and ran out the clock.

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He has completed just 58.3 percent of his passes (49-for-84) with four touchdowns and six interceptions in the two games against the Chargers.

The Colts' season looked all but done after starting 1-5 but have since won 10 of their last 11 behind the excellent play of quarterback Andrew Luck, including a 21-7 victory over the Houston Texans on Saturday.

It's been a long time since we've talked about the Chargers this deep into the season, especially the playoffs, as it hasn't happened that much over the past few years.

Louis Riddick joins SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt to give the keys to victory for the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round.

Brady had another phenomenal season, throwing for 4,355 yards and 29 touchdowns as he topped 70,000 regular-season yards for his career.