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After trading away franchise quarterback Russell Wilson over the summer, the Seattle Seahawks had few people giving them any hope of making the NFL playoffs this season. Yet, thanks to some help Sunday night from the Detroit Lions, the Seahawks earned the NFC's seventh and final playoff berth. 

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Mike Tomlin spent his entire 30-minute, end-of-season news briefing Monday avoiding even the most innocuous questions, hiding behind, to paraphrase, "The season just ended and I haven't had time to evaluate anything." Of course, Tomlin didn't answer the only question that really matters as the Steelers head into the offseason. How would you evaluate the job Matt Canada did and do you expect ...

NEW YORK — Geno Smith was the Jets’ starting quarterback for all 16 games of his rookie season. He threw 12 touchdowns and 21 interceptions. He was sacked 43 times and completed a pedestrian 55% of his passes. With a QBR of 41, a quarterback rating of 66.5 and an even 8-8 record, the team’s second-round draft pick in 2013 had done very little in his first year to prove to the Jets that he ...

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Stetson Bennett flashed a wry grin as he walked off the field, stopping to hug coach Kirby Smart as the crowd roared.

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Quarterback Jalen Hurts returned after a two-game absence, Jake Elliott kicked five field goals and the Philadelphia Eagles finally clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC with a 22-16 win over the visiting New York Giants on Sunday. 

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — They called it a celebration. Of recovery, of life, of a player, teammate, son and brother once feared lost in the franchise’s darkest hour. Ten minutes before kickoff Sunday, the Bills honored the members of their medical staff who resuscitated Damar Hamlin back to life. Three minutes later, players stormed the field with flags bearing Hamlin’s name. Five minutes after ...

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TAMPA, Fla. — Four days after watching Tom Brady finally re-gain his downfield mojo, the Bucs’ offended coordinator was ready to unleash a few shots of his own. Byron Leftwich, one of the NFL’s most beleaguered play-callers this season, was asked Thursday about a light finally coming on for his unit, which gained a season-high 478 yards and watched the Brady-Mike Evans connection regenerate in ...

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