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The 2019 – 2020 National Football League Playoff Landscape after Wild Card Round of Postseason (Full Analysis)

Introduction

Now that the playoffs in the National Football League have commenced every Saturday and Sunday the next couple weeks are action packed with outstanding sporting events. This article will keep you up to date on all scores, schedules, statistics, injury reports, analysis, and media statements from around the league.

Scores from Wild Card Playoff Round

FINAL/OT

Bills (10-6, 6-2 Away) 19

Texans (10-6, 5-3 Home) 22

The Buffalo Bills dominated the first half of this ball game by playing great defense and taking what they could on the offensive side of the ball. They scored first when their quarterback Josh Allen caught a 16 yard touchdown pass from their wide receiver, John Brown, on a trick play in the first quarter. Stephen Hauschka kicked two 40 yard field goals in the second quarter. The Bills entered half time with a 13 – 0 score.

In the third quarter of this game Stephen Hauschka kicked his third field goal putting the Bills up 16 – 0. Then the Houston Texans came alive as Deshaun Watson ran 20 yards and into the endzone for a touchdown followed up by a successful 2 point conversion making it 16 – 8 at the end of the third quarter.

Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked a 41 yard field goal to inch the Texans closer with the score now being 16 – 11. Carlos Hyde then caught a 5 yard touchdown pass from Watson, and it was followed up once again with another 2 point conversion that was good. This gave the Texans a 19 – 16 lead. With only 5 seconds left on the game clock Stephen Hauschka kicked a clutch 47 yard field goal to tie the ball game sending this one into overtime.

The Buffalo Bills failed to score on their first possession opening the door for the Houston Texans to win the game with just a field goal. Then the most exciting play of the game occurred when Watson miraculously escaped a sack from two Bills defenseman to throw a 34-yard strike to Taiwan Jones putting Houston in field goal range. Ka'imi Fairbairn finished off the Buffalo Bills season by nailing a huge 28 yard field goal in overtime to secure the victory for the Texans!

The Houston Texans will face the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round of the 2019 – 2020 playoffs. This game will be played in Kansas City, MO, and it should be a great match up between two young superstar quarterbacks in Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson.

Media Statements

"I hope everyone watched this today, but he's amazing," says Hopkins. "You can't put too many words on it."

"I told myself to stay up. I mean, it's do-or-die now. I just had to make the play," Watson explained.

"We never quit, regardless," Watson expressed. "Whatever it takes to get the win. I mean, we're going to keep fighting."

"The play he made at the end of the game -- nobody makes that play," says Watt. "The guy's unbelievable. I'm very thankful and lucky to have him as my quarterback. That's why you play the whole game."

"This is why you come back," says Watt. "I don't know if I meant to come back for these many plays or this much extra time, but these feelings, these emotions, these fans, these players, Deshaun Watson and all the guys on this team, this is why you come back."

"He was just trying to do too much and getting a little bit extreme with what he felt like we needed at the time," head coach, Sean McDermott, exclaimed. "But overall, we just didn't make enough plays."

"We didn't execute how we should have, and we didn't make as many plays as we should have," says Allen. "That's what it really comes down to. They made one more play than us."

"But I dove and landed right on it, popped up, checked it out and looked over at the doctor who was standing like 10 feet away," Watt explained. "And I was like: ‘It's all right.'"

FINAL

Titans (9-7, 5-3 Away) 20

Patriots (12-4, 6-2 Home) 13

The second game of the 2019 – 2020 NFL playoffs was another one possession game that was close the entire way throughout. The first scoring play occurred when Nick Folk of the New England Patriots booted a 36 yard field goal in the first quarter. The Tennessee Titans answered the Patriots quickly when Ryan Tannehill threw a 12 yard touchdown pass to Anthony Firkser. The Titans were now up 7 to 3 at the conclusion of the first quarter.

The second quarter began when Julian Edelman ran in a 5 yard touchdown which put New England ahead 10 to 7. Nick Folk added three more points to the Patriot’s score after hitting a 21 yard field goal. The second half ended on a 1 yard touchdown run by Derrick Henry who absolutely dominated the rushing attack against New England. The score was 14 to 13 with the Titans winning at half time.

The third and fourth quarters were controlled by the defense of both teams as no one was able to score in the 3rd quarter of the ball game. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots attempted to put together a game winning drive at the very end of the game when Brady threw a pass that was intercepted by Logan Ryan. Ryan returned the pick for a touchdown ending the game as well as the Patriots season. The Tennessee Titans surprisingly defeated the New England Patriots 20 to 13. The Titans will play the Baltimore Ravens on the road in the Divisional Round of the playoffs this weekend.

Media Statements

"I love the Patriots," says Brady. "I would say it's pretty unlikely, hopefully unlikely. I love playing football. I don't know what it looks like moving forward."

"It's a great win against a great team in a hostile environment," Henry exclaimed. "Credit to my team. I'm just happy we were able to advance.

"We were just locked in. That was our mindset, just coming in here doing what we needed to do in all three phases, stay locked in no matter what happens in the game, and I feel like we did that."

Brady goes on to say, "They kind of stopped us in the first half and the second half and we couldn't get the job done."

"When you can run it when the other team knows you're gonna run it, that says a lot about your running game," says Titans head coach Mike Vrabel.

"I told 'em that to win the game, you're going to have to be mentally and physically exhausted," Vrabel explained. "You're going to get rubbed defensively. There's gonna be gadgets. They going to force you to think. ...

"We didn't hand them anything. They feast on bad football.

"I don't think our guys spend a lot of time looking at those banners."

FINAL/OT

Vikings (10-6, 4-4 Away) 26

Saints (13-3, 6-2 Home) 20

This game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints was another incredibly close and exciting football game in the NFL postseason. The contest started off slow as the first quarter only consisted of a Wil Lutz 29 yard field goal for the New Orleans Saints, and a Minnesota Vikings 43 yard field goal by Dan Bailey. It was 3 to 3 heading into the second quarter of the game.

The first touchdown of this match up came when Alvin Kamara rushed in a 4 yard touchdown run. Dan Baily kicked another field goal from 21 yards out making the game 10 to 6 in favor of the Saints. Then at the very end of the first half Dalvin Cook ran in a 5 yard touchdown pushing the Vikings ahead 13 to 10 by halftime.

The only scoring play of the third quarter was a 1 yard touchdown run by Dalvin Cook capping off an eight play 64 yard drive that increased the Vikings lead to 20 – 10. The fourth quarter of the game was dominated by the New Orleans Saints. Taysom Hill caught a 20 yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees, and Wil Lutz kicked an intense 49 yard field goal with only a couple seconds left in the match. The game was now tied at 20 and headed into an overtime period to decide the winner.

Quarterback Kirk Cousins led the Minnesota Vikings down the field on a 9 play 75 yard drive highlighted by a 4 yard touchdown pass to Kyle Rudolph. The Saints believed that Rudolph had pushed off and should have been called for offensive pass interference, but it was a clean play in my opinion. The Minnesota Vikings won this crazy game knocking the New Orleans Saints out of the playoffs. The Viking will play another road game against the San Francisco 49ers this weekend in the Divisional Round of the NFL postseason.

Additional Comments

"I'm just glad Kirk can't win big games, apparently," Rudolph stated. "We proved that one wrong today."

"I'm just happy we won," says Cousins. "It was a great, great game, two good football teams."

"Being a fourth-round pick and kind of working your way up in the league -- now you win a playoff game. Guess what? You look around and you realize there's more mountains to climb," Cousins exclaimed. "You just keep chasing the next mountain and there will always be people who are going to criticize you -- and that's OK."

"They made more plays than we did," says Payton. "They ran the ball better than we did."

"Both defenses played well," Payton said. "Shoot, here you are in overtime and they made a few plays right there at the end that obviously were significant."

"The ball should have been out of my hands and all of a sudden that wasn't the route that was run, so now I'm just trying to throw the ball into the dirt to avoid a sack," Brees stated. "Right as my hand's going back (Hunter) just kind of gets a piece of my arm and that ball comes out. So I'm really disappointed in that. That never should have happened."

"That was costly," says Brees.

FINAL

Seahawks (11-5, 7-1 Away) 17

Eagles (9-7, 5-3 Home) 9

This Wild Card round of the 2019 – 2020 NFL playoffs finished with the game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Seattle Seahawks. The only score in the first quarter came on a 49 yard field goal by Jason Myers of the Seahawks. The Eagles starting quarterback Carson Wentz was injured at the end of the first quarter resulting in Josh McCown having to take over as Philadelphia’s signal caller for the remainder of the contest.

Jake Elliott of the Eagles kicked a 46 yard field goal tying the game at 3. Then Marshawn Lynch rushed in a 5 yard touchdown run which put the Seahawks up 10 to 3 by halftime. Jake Elliott made another field goal from 26 yards out this time in the third quarter cutting the Seattle lead to 10 – 6.

Midway through the third quarter Russell Wilson completed a 53 yard touchdown pass to the explosive wide receiver, DK Metcalf. The Seahawks were now winning the game 17 to 6. Philadelphia added another field goal by Jake Elliott at the end of the third quarter which brought the score to 17 – 9. The fourth quarter was dictated by the defenses as neither team scored any points.

The Seattle Seahawks won this one possession game 17 to 9, and the Philadelphia Eagles were eliminated from postseason play. The Seahawks will head to Green Bay to play the Packers on the road in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs this Sunday. That should be one hell of a match up with hopefully a very exciting end to it.

Comments Continued

"To come back here, back East, it's a long ways, we were able to do it, pull through," Wilson explained. "We've been road warriors and it's exciting. We've got a great defense, too."

"I didn't intend to hurt him. I hope he's OK," says Clowney.

"I didn't get the job done," McCown expressed quite emotionally.

"We made up our mind to not let them score," says linebacker Bobby Wagner. "It was a mental thing more than execution."

"I caught the ball, I didn't feel anybody touch me," Metcalf stated. "I got back up and I wanted a touchdown. I wanted a touchdown, real bad."

"I'm disappointed for him," says Pederson. "I wanted this for him. I think a lot of his teammates did, too. The team and the organization did. He's battled through a lot."

"We're anticipating some snow," Wilson stated. "They obviously have Aaron, they have a lot of great players, they have a great defensive line."

"It's exciting to see a young dude come in and dominate the league like that," says Quinton Jefferson. "A lot of people said he can't run routes. He silenced a lot of people. Glad to have him on my team."

Schedule for the Divisional Round of the 2019 - 2020 NFL Playoffs

Saturday, January 4            
             
MATCHUP   RESULT PASSING LEADER RUSHING LEADER RECEIVING LEADER  
    HOU 22, BUF 19 (OT) Josh Allen 264 Josh Allen 92 DeAndre Hopkins 90  
Buffalo Houston          
AFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS            
    TEN 20, NE 13 Tom Brady 209 Derrick Henry 182 James White 62  
Tennessee New England          
AFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS            
             
             
Sunday, January 5            
MATCHUP   RESULT PASSING LEADER RUSHING LEADER RECEIVING LEADER  
    MIN 26, NO 20 (OT) Kirk Cousins 242 Dalvin Cook 94 Adam Thielen 129  
Minnesota New Orleans          
NFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS            
    SEA 17, PHI 9 Russell Wilson 325 Miles Sanders 69 DK Metcalf 160  
Seattle Philadelphia          
NFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS            

Team Statistics

Houston Texans

    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Mon 9-Sep 7:10PM ET boxscore L     0-1 @ New Orleans Saints 28 30   22 414 234   180 1 25 510 362 148 1 19.6 -23.59 0.06
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     1-Jan   Jacksonville Jaguars 13 12   17 263 137   126   16 281 178 103 1 -2.3 6.19 -1.18
3 Sun 22-Sep 4:25PM ET boxscore W     1-Feb @ Los Angeles Chargers 27 20   20 376 337   39 1 22 366 293 73 1 16.39 -6.08 -1.94
4 Sun 29-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore L     2-Feb   Carolina Panthers 10 16   18 264 128   136 2 19 297 203 94 3 -9.25 5.69 1.44
5 Sun 6-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Mar   Atlanta Falcons 53 32   31 592 426   166 1 22 373 316 57 1 40.69 -7.4 -9.43
6 Sun 13-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Apr @ Kansas City Chiefs 31 24   35 472 280   192 3 20 309 256 53 2 17.92 -6.1 -1.87
7 Sun 20-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore L     3-Apr @ Indianapolis Colts 23 30   21 391 291   100 2 23 383 321 62 1 1.33 -8.42 -0.23
8 Sun 27-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore W     3-May   Oakland Raiders 27 24   29 388 258   130   15 378 285 93   14.69 -11.28 -1.22
9 Sun 3-Nov 9:30AM ET boxscore W     3-Jun @ Jacksonville Jaguars 26 3   21 410 194   216 1 21 356 282 74 4 8.05 12.02 -0.32
10                   Bye Week                                  
11 Sun 17-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore L     4-Jun @ Baltimore Ravens 7 41   16 232 110   122 2 25 491 235 256   -13.24 -31.56 6.15
12 Thu 21-Nov 8:20PM ET boxscore W     4-Jul   Indianapolis Colts 20 17   16 396 297   99 1 19 296 121 175   8.75 -4.31 -0.17
13 Sun 1-Dec 8:20PM ET boxscore W     4-Aug   New England Patriots 28 22   16 276 224   52   29 448 303 145 1 10.32 -11.51 6.77
14 Sun 8-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     5-Aug   Denver Broncos 24 38   26 414 280   134 3 22 391 301 90 1 1.1 -18.37 3.75
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-Sep @ Tennessee Titans 24 21   23 374 234   140 2 24 432 269 163 1 9.03 -9.37 6.55
16 Sat 21-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-Oct @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23 20   15 229 161   68 2 19 435 329 106 5 -13.02 8.4 7.92
17 Sun 29-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore L     6-Oct   Tennessee Titans 14 35   20 301 192   109 1 25 467 222 245   2.76 -27.49 6.36
    Playoffs                                                  
Wild Card Sat 4-Jan 4:35PM ET boxscore W OT   6-Nov   Buffalo Bills 22 19   19 360 219   141 1 24 425 253 172 1 4.61 1.04 -1.38

Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans                                                      
    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Jan-00 @ Cleveland Browns 43 13   21 339 216   123   19 346 244 102 3 11.1 19.89 1.22
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore L     1-Jan   Indianapolis Colts 17 19   18 243 119   124   21 288 121 167 2 -3.74 -5.07 3.24
3 Thu 19-Sep 8:20PM ET boxscore L     2-Jan @ Jacksonville Jaguars 7 20   21 340 249   91 1 12 292 204 88   -6.44 1.2 -5.28
4 Sun 29-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Feb @ Atlanta Falcons 24 10   22 365 227   138   24 422 364 58 1 10.78 -1.83 3.8
5 Sun 6-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore L     3-Feb   Buffalo Bills 7 14   14 252 150   102   18 313 204 109 1 -2.6 1.16 -8.64
6 Sun 13-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore L     4-Feb @ Denver Broncos 0 16   12 204 165   39 3 11 270 167 103 1 -25.18 10.82 -1.34
7 Sun 20-Oct 4:05PM ET boxscore W     4-Mar   Los Angeles Chargers 23 20   22 403 306   97 1 24 365 326 39 1 10.83 -8.93 0.57
8 Sun 27-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     4-Apr   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 23   16 246 174   72 1 23 389 283 106 4 -2.72 4.92 1.66
9 Sun 3-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore L     5-Apr @ Carolina Panthers 20 30   24 431 310   121 3 22 370 214 156 1 6.05 -9.15 -4.67
10 Sun 10-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-May   Kansas City Chiefs 35 32   19 371 146   225 1 28 530 433 97 1 12.07 -13.98 3.81
11                   Bye Week                                  
12 Sun 24-Nov 4:05PM ET boxscore W     5-Jun   Jacksonville Jaguars 42 20   21 471 252   219 2 23 369 252 117 1 20.75 -3.2 2.59
13 Sun 1-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-Jul @ Indianapolis Colts 31 17   15 292 138   154 2 22 391 309 82 3 -1.94 1.63 12.84
14 Sun 8-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     5-Aug @ Oakland Raiders 42 21   26 552 391   161 1 22 355 258 97 1 29.61 -2.19 -5.43
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     6-Aug   Houston Texans 21 24   24 432 269   163 1 23 374 234 140 2 9.37 -9.03 -6.55
16 Sun 22-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     7-Aug   New Orleans Saints 28 38   17 397 248   149 1 23 377 275 102   4.25 -13.33 -2.33
17 Sun 29-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     7-Sep @ Houston Texans 35 14   25 467 222   245   20 301 192 109 1 27.49 -2.76 -6.36
    Playoffs                                                  
Wild Card Sat 4-Jan 8:15PM ET boxscore W     7-Oct @ New England Patriots 20 13   19 272 71   201 1 18 307 209 98 2 3.83 0.84 0.2

Minnesota Vikings

    Offense         Defense         Expected Points                        
Score                                                
Week Day Date       OT Rec   Opp Tm Opp 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W   Jan-00   Atlanta Falcons 28 12 18 269 97 172   27 345 272 73 3 12.05 -0.17 4.34
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore L   1-Jan @ Green Bay Packers 16 21 15 421 223 198 4 20 335 191 144 2 -6.94 7.02 -5.3
3 Sun 22-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W   1-Feb   Oakland Raiders 34 14 23 385 174 211   17 302 214 88 1 20.43 -1.77 0.15
4 Sun 29-Sep 4:25PM ET boxscore L   2-Feb @ Chicago Bears 6 16 15 222 182 40 2 17 269 197 72   -9.79 2.85 -1.53
5 Sun 6-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W   2-Mar @ New York Giants 28 10 22 490 279 211 1 18 211 147 64 1 16.93 8.73 -0.4
6 Sun 13-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W   2-Apr   Philadelphia Eagles 38 20 26 447 325 122 2 19 400 292 108 3 18.04 -2.18 -0.52
7 Sun 20-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W   2-May @ Detroit Lions 42 30 32 503 337 166   26 433 352 81 1 35.6 -19.28 -5.13
8 Thu 24-Oct 8:20PM ET boxscore W   2-Jun   Washington Redskins 19 9 22 434 273 161 1 14 216 131 85 2 6.29 5.06 0.06
9 Sun 3-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore L   3-Jun @ Kansas City Chiefs 23 26 17 308 212 96   17 377 230 147 1 3.06 -7.56 2.77
10 Sun 10-Nov 8:20PM ET boxscore W   3-Jul @ Dallas Cowboys 28 24 27 364 211 153   24 443 393 50 1 19.73 -18.62 2.89
11 Sun 17-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore W   3-Aug   Denver Broncos 27 23 19 321 284 37 2 20 394 270 124 1 9.51 -4.61 -2.33
12                 Bye Week                              
13 Mon 2-Dec 8:15PM ET boxscore L   4-Aug @ Seattle Seahawks 30 37 17 354 276 78 3 24 444 226 218 2 6.46 -5.79 -10.5
14 Sun 8-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W   4-Sep   Detroit Lions 20 7 22 354 234 120   18 231 161 70 2 3.77 7.27 -0.3
15 Sun 15-Dec 4:05PM ET boxscore W   4-Oct @ Los Angeles Chargers 39 10 18 344 207 137 1 17 345 283 62 7 5.27 20.63 -0.79
16 Mon 23-Dec 8:15PM ET boxscore L   5-Oct   Green Bay Packers 10 23 7 139 82 57 1 22 383 199 184 3 -25.86 4.18 6.94
17 Sun 29-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L   6-Oct   Chicago Bears 19 21 14 300 126 174 3 24 337 179 158 1 2.15 -1.26 1.08
    Playoffs                                            
Wild Card Sun 5-Jan 1:05PM ET boxscore W OT 6-Nov @ New Orleans Saints 26 20 22 362 226 136 1 19 324 227 97 2 3.22 -1.72 3.43
Division Sat 11-Jan 4:35PM ET preview       @ San Francisco 49ers                              

Seattle Seahawks

    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 4:05PM ET boxscore W     Jan-00   Cincinnati Bengals 21 20   12 232 160   72 1 22 429 395 34 3 -5.43 -0.16 8.5
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Feb-00 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 28 26   25 425 274   151 2 17 261 180 81 1 5.07 -1.23 1.28
3 Sun 22-Sep 4:25PM ET boxscore L     1-Feb   New Orleans Saints 27 33   26 514 406   108 1 15 265 177 88 1 8.28 -1.89 -6.88
4 Sun 29-Sep 4:05PM ET boxscore W     1-Mar @ Arizona Cardinals 27 10   21 340 225   115   20 321 206 115 1 10.61 -0.73 2.81
5 Thu 3-Oct 8:20PM ET boxscore W     1-Apr   Los Angeles Rams 30 29   25 429 262   167 1 24 477 395 82 2 13.97 -10.94 -1.58
6 Sun 13-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     1-May @ Cleveland Browns 32 28   29 454 284   170 1 21 406 249 157 4 16.53 -4.24 -4.92
7 Sun 20-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore L     2-May   Baltimore Ravens 16 30   20 347 241   106 2 14 340 141 199   -6.98 -7.42 2.45
8 Sun 27-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Jun @ Atlanta Falcons 27 20   18 322 171   151   30 510 441 69 3 7.62 -14.89 15.43
9 Sun 3-Nov 4:05PM ET boxscore W OT   2-Jul   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40 34   31 492 347   145 1 29 418 319 99 1 24.58 -13.19 -6.92
10 Mon 11-Nov 8:15PM ET boxscore W OT   2-Aug @ San Francisco 49ers 27 24   19 336 189   147 4 21 302 215 87 3 -17.69 16.73 4.23
11                   Bye Week                                  
12 Sun 24-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Sep @ Philadelphia Eagles 17 9   14 348 174   174 2 23 344 238 106 5 -4.38 16.25 -0.2
13 Mon 2-Dec 8:15PM ET boxscore W     2-Oct   Minnesota Vikings 37 30   24 444 226   218 2 17 354 276 78 3 5.79 -6.46 10.5
14 Sun 8-Dec 8:20PM ET boxscore L     3-Oct @ Los Angeles Rams 12 28   16 308 202   106 1 26 455 293 162 2 -7.08 -13.97 4.96
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     3-Nov @ Carolina Panthers 30 24   21 428 274   154 1 28 414 269 145 3 16.88 -6.32 -3.89
16 Sun 22-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore L     4-Nov   Arizona Cardinals 13 27   13 224 133   91 1 21 412 159 253   -13.87 -10.12 6.82
17 Sun 29-Dec 8:20PM ET boxscore L     5-Nov   San Francisco 49ers 21 26   27 348 223   125   18 398 270 128   10.85 -18.28 3.02
    Playoffs                                                  
Wild Card Sun 5-Jan 4:40PM ET boxscore W     5-Dec @ Philadelphia Eagles 17 9   16 382 318   64   20 282 162 120   10.59 1.3 -3.79
Division Sun 12-Jan 6:40PM ET preview         @ Green Bay Packers                                  

Injury Reports

TENNESSEE TITANS INJURIES           
Player Position Injury   Practice Status Game Status
Daren Bates LB -- Full Participation in Practice   --
Jack Conklin T -- Full Participation in Practice   --
Adoree' Jackson CB -- Full Participation in Practice   --
Adam Humphries WR Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice   Out
Dane Cruikshank S Illness Limited Participation in Practice   Questionable
Cody Hollister WR Ankle Limited Participation in Practice   Questionable
Kalif Raymond WR Concussion Limited Participation in Practice   Questionable
           
           
MINNESOTA VIKINGS INJURIES           
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status  
Stephen Weatherly DE -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Shamar Stephen DT -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Andrew Sendejo S -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Xavier Rhodes CB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Ifeadikachakwu Odenigbo DE Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
Alexander Mattison RB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Eric-Nathan Kendricks LB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Jayron Kearse S -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Michael Hughes CB Neck Did Not Participate In Practice Out  
Dalvin Cook RB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Mackensie Alexander CB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out  
           
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS INJURIES           
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status  
Mike Iupati G Neck Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable  
Duane Brown T Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out  
Marvin Kendricks LB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out  
Jaron Brown WR Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable  
Malik Turner WR Concussion Did Not Participate In Practice Out  
Cody Barton LB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Quandre Diggs S -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Phil Haynes G -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Joseph Hunt C -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Luke Willson TE -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Jadeveon Clowney DE -- Limited Participation in Practice --  
           
           
HOUSTON TEXANS INJURIES          
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status  
Jacob Martin LB -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Kenneth Stills WR -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Jordan Thomas TE -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Laremy Tunsil T -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Justin Watt DE -- Full Participation in Practice --  
Jahleel Addae S Achilles Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
Jordan Akins TE Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
William Fuller WR Groin Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
Johnathan Joseph CB Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
Bradley Roby CB Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  

Sources:

“NFL Scoreboard”, espn.com,January 5, 2019.

“NFL Postseason Schedule – 2019”, espn.com, January 5, 2019.

“2019 Houston Texans Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 5, 2019.

“2019 Tennessee Titans Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 5, 2019.

“2019 Minnesota Vikings Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 5, 2019.

“2019 Seattle Seahawks Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 5, 2019.

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