Another wild weekend of NFL football is in the books, and Mark Sanchez continues to rack up the wins — but he’s got a ways to go to catch up to Ben Roethlisberger ‘s playoff success.
The Steelers are heading back to the AFC Conference Championship again, the 15th time the team has reached the semifinals, while the Seahawks fell to 1-8 on the road in the playoffs.
If the Ravens had held on to beat the Steelers, Joe Flacco would have had the most road playoff wins by a QB in NFL history.
From Week 10 to Week 15, the Patriots beat the four teams that will play in Conference Championships this weekend by a combined score of 151-63.
The Washington Capitals have struggled this year, in large part due to their struggling offence. They're scoring 2.85 goals per game this year, almost a whole goal less than the 3.82 gpg they scored last year.
Greg Olsen caught three passes for 20+ yards during the regular season. He caught three (58, 33, 22) yesterday.
When the Seahawks beat the Bears during the regular season, they blitzed on 55% of Chicago's offensive plays. Yesterday they blitzed 17% of the time.
In his first two seasons, Mark Sanchez has as many road playoff wins as Dan Marino and Brett Favre had COMBINED in their careers.
Aaron Rodgers' 86.1% completion percentage on Saturday is a Packers playoff record, and the 5th-highest mark in NFL history.
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