The path to another championship looks like it is laid out for the New England Patriots. Here are five reasons why they will win Super Bowl 50.
Eddie Lacy is a short yardage specialist, and when he breaks these long runs he definitely will come out of the game every time. This huge run setup the Packers' go-ahead touchdown and they would never look back. Lacy would get his later in the game.
Here is what can be learned from the Green Bay Packers' victory at FedEX Field.
The Seattle Seahawks epitomized the idea of "survive and advance" in beating the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Here are five takeaways from the game.
The Washington Redskins look like they're on another level against the Green Bay Packers. Kirk Cousins has looked sharp, connecting with Jordan Reed on multiple occasions including this amazing one-handed catch. Later in the drive, Cousins would hit Reed again for a touchdown that gave the Redskins an 11-0 lead.
Snap goes by Russell Wilson off the busted play finds Tyler Lockett pic.twitter.com/Zh5VZ0x9vf
— MarcusD (@_MarcusD_) January 10, 2016
There aren't too many quarterbacks who could make this play. Russell Wilson had to run 10-15 yards to recover the ball, then escape pressure and find a wide-open Tyler Lockett for the biggest play of the game. If the Seahawks win, this will be the turning point.
The Seattle Seahawks' offense has been dominated all afternoon by the Minnesota Vikings' defense, but Doug Baldwin gave them a glimmer of hope with this insane one-handed snag. It's one of the lone offensive highlights from a game dominated by defense.
Let's check in on Pacman Jones and his postgame thoughts…ok then pic.twitter.com/z6KD2dongb
— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) January 10, 2016
If Adam 'Pacman' Jones is so upset about how Cincinnati's AFC Wild Card matchup with Pittsburgh turned out, he should have exercised some self-control out on the field.
— The Sports Daily (@SportsDailyBlog) January 10, 2016
Personal foul penalties against Vontaze Burfict and Adam Jones put the Pittsburgh Steelers in field goal range with 18 seconds left and kicker Chris Boswell drilled the chip-shot field goal to end a crazy game. The Bengals have no one to blame but themselves.
— Def Pen Sports (@DefPenSports) January 10, 2016
The second half of the Steelers and Bengals playoff game has been insane. So many twists and turns, and now Jeremy Hill fumbles away a possible victory with less than two minutes left.