NFL Super Wild Card Weekend continues Sunday with a triple-header. The AFC is in motion first, because the seventh-seed Miami Dolphins battle the AFC East champion Buffalo Bills in New York.
Subsequent on FOX, the sixth-seed New York Giants battle the NFC North champions and third-seed Minnesota Vikings (4:30 p.m. ET), adopted by the sixth-seed Baltimore Ravens dealing with the AFC North champions and third-seed Cincinnati Bengals (8:15 p.m. ET).
Listed below are the highest performs!
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills
The Bills’ opening drive did not go as deliberate. Josh Allen fumbled on a brief scramble, however the ball went out of bounds within the course of, and Buffalo recovered. The Bills ended the possession by turning it over on downs on Miami’s 32-yard line.
After the Dolphins went three-and-out on their first drive, the Bills bought the ball again shortly and redeemed themselves on their subsequent possession. Allen related with Dawson Knox for a wild one-handed rating to place Buffalo forward early, 7-0.
On the Dolphins’ subsequent drive, Bills security Dean Marlowe picked off Skylar Thompson simply exterior Miami’s pink zone.
Floor sport sturdy
The Bills capitalized on the turnover in a giant means, shifting downfield with ease earlier than rookie operating again James Prepare dinner punched in a 12-yard rating to increase Buffalo’s result in 14-0 late within the first quarter.
Allen hit Gabe Davis up the center for a 19-yard pickup that was initially deemed an incomplete move. Buffalo challenged the ruling, and the play was reversed, placing the Bills close to midfield headed into the second quarter.
Keep tuned for updates!
Setting the stage
The Dolphins are nonetheless with out their beginning quarterback, as Tua Tagovailoa stays in concussion protocol. On the helm for Miami is rookie third-string quarterback Thompson — a seventh-round select of Kansas State in final 12 months’s draft. Veteran Teddy Bridgewater, who suffered a damaged finger on his throwing hand in Week 17, is anticipated to be energetic additionally.
The Dolphins are aiming to win a postseason sport for the primary time since 2000.
On the opposite aspect, Allen is aiming to guide the second-seed Bills to their third straight divisional spherical look.
Keep tuned for updates!
New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings (4:30 p.m. ET, FOX)
New York Giants
Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals (8:15 p.m. ET)
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