The NFL playoffs are set with the regular season having wrapped up. For some NFL Dawgs, the season is over while for others, the playoffs are next.
Buffalo put the exclamation point on its season by routing the Dolphins, 56-26. Isaiah McKenzie had a big day, to say the least with six catches for 65 yards and two touchdowns plus a punt return for a TD.
Today belongs to Isaiah McKenzie.— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 3, 2021
#MIAvsBUF on CBS pic.twitter.com/dZov52m8FI
The Cleveland Browns are in the playoffs, and Nick Chubb is a big reason why. He rushed for 108 yards, including a 47-yard score in a 24-22 win against the Steelers.
NICK CHUBB UNLEASHED— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 3, 2021
Rodrigo Blankenship drilled field goals of 22 and 24 yards to help the Colts clinch a playoff spot by beating the Jaguars 28-14. Justin Houston had two tackles a sack. Jacksonville was paced by Chris Conley’s 87 yards receiving and the first three catches of Terry Godwin’s career for 32 yards.
The Titans won the AFC South title was Ben Jones played every offensive snap at center in a 41-38 win against Houston.
Leonard Floyd had two tackles, a sack, and a forced fumble to help the Rams beat the Cardinals and clinch a playoff spot.
Leonard Floyd needed a .5 sack today to collect a $1.25M incentive from his contract.— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) January 3, 2021
He did it. pic.twitter.com/WyHGHn9MWS
The Bears fell short against the Packers, 35-16. Roquan Smith had three tackles and John Jenkins had one.
Deandre Baker, prior to leaving the Chiefs loss to the Chargers with an injury, had five tackles and an 11-yard sack with Mecole Hardman also having a pair of catches for 25 yards.
Charlie Woerner had a three-yard catch in the Niners loss to Seattle.
The Giants edged the Cowboys 23-19, and Tae Crowder led with 11 tackles and Andrew Thomas was in for all offensive snaps.
In what may have been his final game with the Lions, Matthew Stafford passed for 293 yards and three touchdowns, and D’Andre Swift rushed for 54 yards and a touchdown.
Matthew Stafford is rolling out for a Week 17 Detroit Lions game with zero playoff implications and multiple injuries.— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) January 3, 2021
I have a hot Matthew Stafford take and you're going to hate it but....
He's a Hall of Fame quarterback and one of the toughest dudes ever to suit up.
Todd Gurley had 18 rushing yards in the Falcons 44-27 loss to Tampa.
Sony Michel rushed for 76 yards and had 60 receiving yards, including a touchdown in the Patriots win against the Jets.
Shawn Williams had a combined three tackles for the Bengals in a loss to Baltimore.
Go NFL Dawgs!