The New York Giants were the only road team to win in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs this weekend.
Meanwhile, San Francisco and New England won the right to host their conference’s championship game next Sunday. Here’s a recap of all of this weekend’s NFL action:
The NFL playoffs enter the divisional round this weekend. Just eight teams remain with a chance of playing in the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on February 5. Green Bay, San Francisco, New England and Baltimore will all host games after enjoying a bye during wild card weekend.
Rookie Doug Baldwin blocked a punt and caught a touchdown pass, and the Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams 30-13 on “Monday Night Football.” Seattle (6-7) remains alive in the race for an NFC wild-card playoff spot as a result of the victory.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and two first-half touchdowns, as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night. Seattle (5-7) intercepted Eagles’ quarterback Vince Young four times, including a pass that linebacker David Hawthorne returned 77 yards for a score late in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Seahawks. The los
Thanksgiving is traditionally a day when people come together with the ones they love to share a unified sentiment….and also eat like pigs and watch sports. If the Pilgrims and Native Americans had RVs and Qwik-Cook Grills in Plymouth, Massachusetts in the 1620s, they’d have dined on turducken and watched a lacrosse rivalry game while unbuckling their Colonial belts.
The 85th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is scheduled to take place in New York City next Thursday. Watch giant balloons of your favorite characters, Broadway performances, marching bands, Matt Lauer and… ugh.
Defensive end Justin Smith swatted down an Eli Manning pass to end a potential game-tying drive, as the San Francisco 49ers beat the New York Giants 27-20. Kicker David Akers had four field goals for San Francisco (8-1), which found enough offense to win despite playing most of the game without leading rusher Frank Gore, who suffered a knee injury. T
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