TALE OF THE TAPE

NFL Playoffs

  1. Wild Card Playoffs - Arizona Cardinals v Carolina Panthers Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals
    Tale Of The Tape: Carolina Panthers At Seattle Seahawks

    The Panthers got past the injury-depleted Cardinals in the Wild-Card round, and now have to face the defending Super Bowl champions on the road.

  2. Flacco TOT (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
    Tale Of The Tape: Baltimore Ravens At New England Patriots

    Most observers believe the Patriots have their best team since the 2011 team that went to the Super Bowl, and it would be a disappointment if they don’t take advantage of their homefield advantage and get to the title game once again.

  3. Cincinnati Bengals v Pittsburgh Steelers 460875394
    Wild Card Weekend: Cincinnati Bengals At Indianapolis Colts

    After another winning regular season, Andy Dalton steps into the bubbling cauldron that is the NFL’s postseason.

  4. Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals v Pittsburgh Steelers
    Wild Card Weekend: Baltimore Ravens At Pittsburgh Steelers

    The Steelers appeared to be an up-and-down team until midseason when Ben Roethlisberger came through with back-to-back six-TD games against the Colts and Ravens.

  5. at Lambeau Field on December 28, 2014 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 460873334
    Wild Card Weekend: Detroit Lions At Dallas Cowboys

    The Lions failed in their quest to earn the NFC North title and a bye in the first round in large part because Matthew Stafford was inaccurate with key passes throughout the game.

  6. Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers v Atlanta Falcons
    Wild Card Weekend: Arizona Cardinals At Carolina Panthers

    Shortly after the season’s midway point, the Cardinals appeared to have the inside track on the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. However, injuries to quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton derailed Arizona, and Bruce Arians’ team has lost four of six as the postseason begins.

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