Local Pros you know on the Go in the Show/NFL, and what they did over the Weekend:Round Two of the NFL Playoffs(We had two-in, with Ebron and Allen, now we have Two-Out/over and out)/A Heck of a Year though, by these two Young Men!!!!!

Posted by Andy Durham on January 15, 2019 at 2:48 pm under College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

**********Local Pros you know on the Go in the Show/NFL, and what they did in Round Two of the NFL Playoffs, this past weekend….**********

++++++++++We only had two players left this past weekend and both of those players, Eric Ebron, from Ben L. Smith High School, and Keenan Allen, out of Northern Guilford High School, saw both of their teams lose and the NFL season, for the kids from Guilford County, is over…..

Over and done, and over and out, but here is what Eric Ebron and Keenan Allen did for their teams this past weekend, in Round Two of the NFL Playoffs……

Eric Ebron(Smith HS/North Carolina) Eric Ebron with 5 receptions good for 51 yards, and he was targeted nine times by Indianapolis Colts’ QB Andrew Luck….
Ebron for the season, with 74 receptions(Ebron targeted 125 times this season), good for 827 yards and 14 TD’s receiving…Ebron with 15 Total TD’s for the season…….
Eric Ebron’s Indianapolis Colts fell to the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-13, in the Round Two AFC Playoff Game, in Kansas City…..The season is over for Ebron and his Colts……The Chiefs will host the New England Patriots this coming Sunday, in the AFC Championship Game…..Game can be seen locally at around 6pm, on WFMY News 2…….

Keenan Allen(Northern Guilford HS/(California) Keenan Allen for the LA Chargers caught 2 passes on Sunday for 75 yards, and one Touchdown, on Sunday afternoon….Allen was targeted six times on Sunday by Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers…
For the season Allen with 103 receptions(Allen targeted 148 times for the season) for 1,308 yards and 7 TD’s…. The LA Chargers(13-5) are done for the 2018-2019 season…..LA dropped this past Sunday afternoon’s game, 41-28, to the New England Patriots……New England at Kansas City, next Sunday, for the AFC Championship and the right to represent the AFC, in the Super Bowl….


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