Super Wildcard Weekend Doesn’t Disappoint

49ers 41 Seahawks 23

The NFL Super Wildcard Weekend kicked off in San Francisco on Saturday where the 49ers struggled against their division rivals, the Seattle Seahawks. At the half the 49ers trailed by one but ended up putting a beat down on them after that. The finals score was 41-23 as the 49ers won behind some big plays from the defense and Deebo Samuel.

Jaguars 31 Chargers 30

Most people picked the Chargers to win this game and it looked like they would easily win early on. Los Angeles was up 27-0 before the Jaguars began to make their run. Trevor Lawrence led the comeback for the Jags after throwing four interceptions. He ended the game with four touchdown passes, all of which were needed to get this playoff win.

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Bills 34 Dolphins 31

This game was much closer than expected. The spread was consistently around 14 points going in to this game and the Dolphins trailed 17-0 early on. At one point in the second half the Dolphins actually took the lead after a sack-fumble from Josh Allen was scooped up for a score but Buffalo was too much overall.

Giants 31 Vikings 24

A lot of people thought that the Vikings were frauds all season. They may have been right. Minnesota looked okay but made a ton of mistakes as well as they couldn’t get the ball to their star Justin Jefferson at all in the second half. The Giants kept it on the ground a lot with Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley to get this win.

Bengals 24 Ravens 17

The Ravens stuck around all game and even had a chance at the end to tie the game up at least, if not win it with a touchdown and two-point conversion. This game was closer than people had anticipated without Lamar Jackson but the Bengals were able to squeeze out a win to advance.

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