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Baltimore Ravens 24 - Indianapolis Colts 9
How hard was it to not root for Ray Lewis and the Ravens? It's hard to say goodbye to the greatest linebacker of all-time just by watching him dance in the pregame warmups. Great news - we get to see him at least one more week as the Ravens dominated the Colts to set up a date with the AFC #1 seed Denver Broncos.
Houston Texans 19 - Cincinnati Bengals 13
Did anybody else feel like this game between the Texans and the Bengals was a regular season game? Maybe it was just me, but I did not feel that raging playoff intensity as I watched that game as the two played for the second time in the last two years in the playoffs. Texans escaped being on the wrong side of an upset and scheduled a date with the well rested New England Patriots.
Green Packers 24 - Minnesota Vikings 10
We all know the season Adrian Peterson had for the Minnesota Vikings as he fell short 9 yards of breaking the all time rushing record, but we all know none of that matters in the playoffs. Green Bay found a way to contain AP and dominated the short handed Vikings as their starting quarterback Christian Ponder was ruled inactive with an injured elbow. The Packers set up a match-up with the 49ers for the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.
Seattle Seahawks 24 - Washington Redskins 14
Hobbled and all, Robert Griffen III found a way to that field in Washington and excelled through the first quarter until his injured knee gave out. Was it a smart move to put RGIII in the game? It's win or go home but it's only his rookie season, so of course the decision was questionable and will be talked about. At the end, the other rookie quarterback conquered and Russel Wilson and the Seahawks dominated the second half and play the top-seeded Atlanta Falcons next week.
Divisional Round Match-ups
Ravens @ Broncos
Texans @ Patriots
Packers @ 49ers
Seahawks @ Falcons