Wideout Davante Adams has incredibly notched 17 touchdowns in his last 12 games; and during this span, the Packers cleared the 30-point mark nine times.
NFL fans and TV networks couldn’t have asked for a more appealing slate of Conference Championship clashes than Bucs-Packers and Bills-Chiefs — headlined by the QB quartet of Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes.
John Elway’s watershed moment as a future Hall of Famer occurred in the 1986 AFC title game, while shepherding the Broncos to a game-tying touchdown drive of 98 yards in the final minute.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers holds elite-level averages of 307 yards passing and three TDs in his last three postseason outings at Lambeau Field (all victories).
NFL fans have been blessed with four potentially high-scoring matchups this weekend — Rams-Packers, Ravens-Bills, Browns-Chiefs and Bucs-Saints.
The Patriots’ final victory at old Foxboro Stadium (January 2002) was also the launching point for the franchise claiming six Lombardi trophies over the next 17 years.
QB Ben Roethlisberger (25-2-1 career mark vs. the Browns) and the Steelers averaged 33.2 points in their first five home games this season — coinciding with James Conner’s reasonable health.
The Wild Card round has been extended to six total games for Saturday/Sunday — highlighted by Ravens-Titans, Colts-Bills and Bears-Saints.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson (3,552 total yards, 30 TDs) and the surging Ravens have averaged 37 points during their four-game winning streak.
Packers-Bears, Cowboys-Giants, Cardinals-Rams, Steelers-Browns and Seahawks-Niners highlight the back-loaded slate of Week 17 matchups.