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1/14:Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum threw for 318 yards, but none bigger than the 61-yard connection to receiver Stefon Diggs as time expired to send the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game. Keenum completed 25 of 40 passes in the 29-24 win over the Saints and came up huge in the final moments. The Vikings got out to an early lead but had to fight off a determined Saints team led by quarterback Drew Brees. Keenum directed a masterful drive for a field goal to briefly give the Vikings the leadread more...
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1/14:Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught a desperation pass and ran for 61 yards as time expired to give the Vikings an improbable 29-24 victory over the Saints. Diggs would finish the game with six receptions for 137 yards, but none bigger than the final play of the game. Diggs caught a pass from quarterback Case Keenum and the Saints defender missed him, allowing Diggs to turn up field for the win. Diggs was already the team leader in receiving yards at the time and finished the game with 10 targets. Heread more...
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1/14:Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Keelan Cole caught only one pass, but it was a huge 45-yard grab in the Jaguars thrilling 45-42 win over the Steelers. Cole has proved himself to be quite a threat in the latter stages of the season and can break a big play at any moment. His moment came at the right time, hauling in a bomb from quarterback Blake Bortles to set up a score that kept the Steelers at arm's length in the second half. Of all the Jaguars receivers heading into next week's AFC Championship Game,read more...
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1/14:Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon caught three passes for 57 yards and added 20 rushing yards with a touchdown in the Jaguars stunning 45-42 victory over the Steelers. Yeldon and Leonard Fournette pounded the Steelers defensive front the entire game and Yeldon came up huge in the latter stages. The veteran running back has suffered an injury-riddled season but is coming up big at just the right time. The Jaguars will look to continue to pound the rock next week when the Jaguars play the Patriots for the right to go toread more...
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1/14:Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles completed 14 of 26 passes for 214 yards and one touchdown pass in the Jaguars 45-42 playoff win against the Steelers. The stat that may go unnoticed after this dramatic victory would be his total turnovers -- zero. Bortles handed the ball off to rookie standout Leonard Fournette most of the game but made some clutch throws and used his legs to gain 35 rushing yards. He found wide receiver Keelan Cole downfield for a crucial 45-yard reception and then later hit fullback read more...
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1/14:Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette scored three touchdowns and racked up 199 all-purpose yards in the Jaguars dramatic win over the Steelers 45-42. Fournette tortured the Steelers for 180 yards in Week 5 and again was an unstoppable force from the get-go. He did seem to injure his ankle in the second quarter but was able to return and lead the Jaguars offense. He converted on three goal-line carries for touchdowns, including an impressive leaping score on fourth down in the first quarter. Fournette will take his bruising talents to Foxboro next week against theread more...
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1/14:Current New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is expected to be the next head coach of the Detroit Lions. Patricia has been a target for the Lions ever since they announced that Jim Caldwell would not return. While this is not finalized, it sounds as if Patricia will be reunited with former Patriots and current Lions general manager Bob Quinn.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
1/14:Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back Leonard Fournette (ankle) left the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury and is questionable to return. It's a big blow for the Jags in the Divisional Round against the Steelers. Luckily for those that own Fournette this week, the running back had 12 carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns and also caught one pass for 10 yards before leaving. He looked to be in quite a bit of pain on the sidelines and was limping significantly, so it may be tough for him to return and beread more...
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1/14:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was unleashed, catching six passes for 81 yards and one touchdown as the Patriots advanced to the AFC title game. All season the Patriots had been making it a point to try and avoid throwing to Gronk over the middle in an effort to protect him from injury. That is out the window in the playoffs, and Gronkowski was all over the field making plays. He presents an X-factor few teams can match, especially on a four-yard jump-ball touchdown catch. Gronkowski will be an excellent start regardless of whoread more...
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1/14:While an official announcement hasn't been made concerning the next Indianapolis Colts head coach, NFL Insider Ian Rapoport reports that various sources believe New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is the "clear favorite" to take the job. Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel is the other finalist so to speak, but it would not be surprising to see the Colts focus on the offensive side of the ball given the potential return of quarterback Andrew Luck next season. McDaniels is infamous for his quick-hitting passing attack, meaning fantasy owners should expect the Colts offense toread more...
1/14:New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola had his best game of the season as the Patriots rolled past the Titans 35-14. Amendola caught 11 passes for 112 yards and tormented the Titans defense for some big-time first downs. Amendola continuously got open and quarterback Tom Brady found him, targeting him a team-high 13 times. It is hard to envision Amendola keeping up this pace the rest of the playoffs, but this game certainly proves that he will be an asset moving forward.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: New Englandread more...
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1/14:New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis registered nine catches for 79 yards and added 62 rushing yards in the Patriots 35-14 romp over the Titans. Lewis was looked to early in the game and delivered productive play after productive play. Lewis' ability to make sharp cuts between tackles gives him the edge as the best running back in the stable of Patriots runners. The Patriots will continue to rotate players in to give the opposition different looks at times, but Lewis is the official bell-cow in the backfield for the remainder of the playoffs.--read more...
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1/14:New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed 35 of 53 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns as the Patriots cruised to a 35-14 win over the Titans. Brady surgically dismantled the Titans defense, using his bevy of weapons to overwhelm them early and often. This is the first time Brady has thrown for more than 300 yards since Nov. 19 but looks ready and poised to defend the AFC title next week. Of all the quarterbacks remaining in the playoffs, Brady is by far the best fantasy option remaining.--Joey C - RotoBallerread more...
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1/14:According to a report from NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to place the franchise tag on running back Le'Veon Bell this offseason. Bell wouldn't be happy if that were to happen, as he told ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler last week that he would retire if the Steelers franchised him in the offseason. Bell, of course, sat out all of this past preseason due to unhappiness stemming from the lack of a long-term contract between him and the team. This could be an interesting development once the offseason begins for Pittsburgh.--Matt Terelleread more...
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1/14:Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz caught three of five targets on Saturday, gaining 32 yards. Ertz tied for the team lead in targets, as coach Doug Pederson tried his best to hide Nick Foles. The Eagles offense centered around the running game and short passes. They'll almost certainly go with a similar game plan next week in the NFC Championship Game.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: NFL.com
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