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NFC Wild Card Game: Dallas Cowboys vs. Detroit Lions Recap

Sunday Jan. 04, 2015 fans eagerly made their way to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas to watch the Dallas Cowboys take on the Detroit Lions in the NFC Wild Card game. Cowboy fans were especially excited to see the team they faithfully back make a long awaited return to the playoffs. It took them five years, but they did it! The loyal Cowboy fans never gave up on the team knowing that they would have their turn in the limelight again. The Cowboys took a lot of punishment during the first half, but were relentless and fought their way back from a 14-point deficit ultimately bringing them to victory. They will be advancing to the divisional round of the playoffs.

AFC Wild Card Game: Indianapolis Colts vs. Cincinnati Bengals Recap

The Indianapolis Colts are on their way to the AFC Championship Game after defeating the Denver Broncos. Denver took a first quarter lead when Peyton Manning connected with Demarius Thomas for a one yard touchdown pass. However, in the second quarter the Andrew Luck and the Colts roared back starting with a touchdown run by Dan Herron followed by another touchdown on a reception by Dwayne Allen. The Broncos did manage to get a field goal late in the first half to cut the lead down to 14-10. In the third quarter the colts scored again when Luck connected with Hakeem Nicks for a second touchdown pass. From there, the Broncos were only able to trade field goals with the Colts in the fourth quarter and ended with the disappointing playoff loss at home.

AFC Wild Card Game: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Recap

Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers (Jan 3rd) Wild Card Playoff

A tough battle of division rivals. The game started off slow with the home team Steelers going up 3-0 to end the first quarter. In the 2nd quarter, things started to heat up. First, Bernard Pierce ran in a 5 yard touchdown to put the Ravens back in the lead. Then, both teams traded off field goals, and the Ravens going into halftime with a 10-9 lead. The 2nd half saw a lot more action with one team firmly taking the lead and putting the game to bed. Joe Flacco had a good game for the Ravens while passing 18/29, for 259 yards, and 2 touchdowns. For the Steelers, Antonio Brown had a stellar game with 9 receptions, and 117 yards. Both teams struggled getting the running game going with the Steelers only managing 53 yards, and to be only out down by the Ravens with their 68 yards on the ground.
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