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Arizona Cardinals' playoff meltdown was one for the record books
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Josh WeinfussESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America
Josh WeinfussESPN Staff Writer
Bruce Arians addresses hitting player in the helmet during Wild Card game
Buccaneers head coach was looking out for Andrew Adams on Sunday, hitting his helmet and pushing him backwards with an elbow as Adams seemed poised to pull a penalty.
Mike McCarthy still finds a way to annoy Packers fans
When Dez Bryant was live-tweeting his support during the nail-biting final minutes of the Cowboys-49ers game, he un-ironically asked for a little "McCarthy magic."
Will J.J. Watt play in postseason? He tells us in epic fashion (Video)
Arizona Cardinals' general manager Steve Keim was pretty busy this offseason when it came to adding veteran talent.
The team traded for center Rodney Hudson via the Raiders.
Bills-Chiefs headline Divisionals, 49ers knock off Cowboys and more
On Saturday, the Buffalo Bills played a perfect football game. The Kansas City Chiefs damn near matched it.
Now, the two meet for the third time in two years, this time at Arrowhead Stadium.
Travis Kelce's mom calls into postgame press conference after Chiefs playoff win
The Chiefs were elated following their 42-21 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it seems no one was more elated than Donna Kelce.
Browns legend throws epic shade at Steelers after wild card loss
Thomas, of course, never saw much postseason success himself in Cleveland.
Did Ben Roethlisberger's replacement just congratulate him on retirement?
Wilson could be available for the right price - a price that would likely include at least three first-round draft picks.
Who do the Chiefs play next? All you need to know about divisional round
That 3-4 start by the reigning AFC champions this season is certainly a distant memory.
Tony Romo: Cowboys' final play failure was Dak Prescott's fault
Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore called a quarterback draw despite the fact Dallas had no timeouts. Mike McCarthy had the opportunity to veto said play call, but instead said nothing.