Big Plays from NFL Week 17

The regular season has come to an end and now we are moving into the playoffs.

The New England Patriots are officially the kings of the AFC, they clinched the top seed with a win over the MiamiDolphins.

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Tony Romo looked great in his first regular-season action in more than a year.

Matt Ryan directed one of the best first-half drives in recent memory, reaching the end zone on the opening drive for the sixth consecutive week

The loss by the Oakland Raiders coupled with a Kansas City Chiefs win drops the Raiders to the No. 5 seed.

Big Play Highlights from Week 16

The three NFL teams that were sporting the worst records going into week 16, ALL WON. The Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars were all winners.

The Ravens-Steelers game was one of the best of the season. Although it doesn’t mean much to Baltimore, it will go down as a classic in the rivalry

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Week 16 had 2 quarterbacks go down with severe injuries. Derek Carr of the Raiders and Titans QB Marcus Mariota. Thoughts go out to those guys. Also, Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett, lets hope for a quick recovery.

Dontari Poe, Kansas City Chiefs

Big Plays of Week 14

Week 14 is complete and it has been fun to watch. Many teams are playing for the coveted playoff spots. The week has shown quite a few things and here are just a few that we would like to mention.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell racked up 236 yards against the Bills. It was a must win for the Steelers and put them on top of the division.

Ryan Tannehill of the Dolphins went down with a sprained knee that is a huge blow for Miami. However, backup QB Matt Moore led them on a drive