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NFL #ProDucks: Divisional Round

Jan 24, 2022

The weekend brought a wild slate of NFL Divisional Round matchups, with seven former Oregon #ProDucks under contract with teams competing to earn a spot in their respective Conference Championship games. Three of the four games were decided on game-winning field goals, with the fourth finishing on a game-winning touchdown in overtime.
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#4 Cincinnati Bengals 19, #1 Tennessee Titans 16

  • No #ProDucks on either team. Cincinnati knocked off the top seed in the AFC to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 1988, earning the first postseason road victory in franchise history.

#2 Kansas City Chiefs 42, #3 Buffalo Bills 36 (OT)

  • OL Kyle Long – Chiefs: Long has not appeared in a game yet this season for the Chiefs after spending much of the year on the injured list, but he has provided a veteran presence for a Kansas City team that advanced to a fourth consecutive AFC Championship Game with its thrilling overtime win over Buffalo. Long and the Chiefs will host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday (12 p.m. PT, CBS) with a chance to reach the Super Bowl for the third year in a row.

#6 San Francisco 49ers 13, #1 Green Bay Packers 10

  • DE Arik Armstead – 49ers: Armstead has been a dominant force for the 49ers late in the season and in the playoffs, and that continued in San Francisco's stellar defensive effort against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Armstead finished with five tackles and two sacks, giving him six total sacks in the last four games and three so far in the postseason. The 49ers gave up a touchdown on Green Bay's opening drive of the game, but held the Packers to just a field goal the rest of the way to earn a spot in the NFC Championship Game.
  • CB Deommodore Lenior – 49ers: Lenoir did not see the field for the 49ers against the Packers. He has played 398 total snaps this season as a rookie.
  • OL Jake Hanson – Packers: Hanson did not get in the game as the Packers saw their season come to an end. Hanson appeared in five games in 2021, playing 19 total snaps.

#4 Los Angeles Rams 30, #2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27

  • LB Justin Hollins – Rams: Hollins played 26 total snaps against the Buccaneers, including 15 on defense as the Rams kicked a game-winning field goal to defeat the defending Super Bowl champions and reach the NFC Championship Game. Los Angeles will host the NFC West rival 49ers on Sunday (3:30 p.m., FOX) for a chance to advance to the Super Bowl.
  • TE Johnny Mundt – Rams: Mundt is currently on the Rams' Reserve/Injured list and has not been active since suffering an injury in Week 6.
  • RB Kenjon Barner – Buccaneers: Barner had been elevated from the practice squad for Tampa Bay's win over Philadelphia in the Wild Card Round, but he was not activated for the Divisional Round as the Buccaneers saw the return of running back Leonard Fournette. Barner appeared in three games for Tampa Bay this season, his ninth in the NFL.