NFL Weekend Divisional Playoff Results with a Look at the Locals:Reader, Pratt, and Davis-Gaither all for the Bengals/McCaffrey, Reddick, Bradberry, Apple and more

from Sunday in the NFL Playoffs:
Cincinnati Bengals 27, Buffalo Bills 10
Germaine Pratt(High Point Central HS/N.C. State) with 5 Total Tackles/5 Solo Tackles/2 Pass Deflections…DJ Reader(Grimsley HS/Clemson) with 2 Total Tackles/1 Solo Tackle…Akeem Davis-Gaither(Thomasville HS/APP State) with 1 Total Tackle/1 Solo Tackle…
Germaine, DJ, and Akeem all with the Cincinnati Bengals…Former Carolina Panthers’ defensive back Eli Apple, with 6 Total Tackles/5 Solo Tackles/1 Pass Deflection for the Bengals…

San Francisco 49ers 19, Dallas Cowboys 12
Emmanuel Moseley(Dudley HS/Tennessee) with the 49ers, but out with knee injury, suffered in 49ers-Carolina Panthers game…Christian McCaffrey(Carolina Panthers) with 19 carries for 35 yards and 1 TD rushing, plus 6 receptions for 22 yards for the 49ers…

from Saturday in the NFL Playoffs:
Kansas City Chiefs 27, Jacksonville Jaguars 20

Philadelphia Eagles 38, NY Giants 7
Mac McCain(Dudley HS/N.C. A&T) with the Eagles and on their roster, but has not been playing…
Haason Reddick, former Carolina Panther, with 5 Total Tackles/4 Solo Tackles/1 1/2 Sack/1 Tackle for a Loss, and 3 Big QB Hits…James Bradberry, former Carolina Panthers, with 2 Total Tackles/2 Solo Tackles/2 Pass Deflections…Reddick and Bradberry, both with the Eagles…

Next Sunday:
NFC Championship Game:San Francisco 49ers(15-4) at Philadelphia Eagles(15-3) 3pm on FOX
AFC Championship Game:Cincinnati Bengals(14-4) at Kansas City Chiefs(15-3) 6:30pm on CBS

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1 Comment

  • Andy Durham says:

    Interesting note:
    On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will host the San Francisco 49ers for the right to play in Super Bowl LVII.

    The quarterback battle is intriguing, pitting Philly’s possible MVP candidate, Jalen Hurts, against “Mr. Irrelevant,” the 49ers’ Brock Purdy. However, Sunday’s conference title game won’t be the first time Hurts and Purdy have faced off. The two went head-to-head during their college days in 2019 when Hurts and the Oklahoma Sooners got the better of Purdy and the Iowa State Cyclones.

    Hurts and Purdy both had fantastic days, but Oklahoma came away with a 42-41 victory. Hurts finished 18-of-26 for 273 yards and three touchdowns while adding 68 rushing yards and two scores on the ground. Meanwhile, Purdy ended the day 19-of-30 for 282 yards with five passing touchdowns and a rushing score in a losing effort.

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