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NFL: Bradys Buccaneers fit into playoffs, Burrow-Show für Bengals - Sport-Mix

NFL: Bradys Buccaneers fit into playoffs, Burrow-Show für Bengals – Sport-Mix

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Charlotte – Sunday, December 26, 2021 at 11:17 pm

In Week 16 of the NFL, the picture of the match is taking shape, especially from the NFC side.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-4) have fixed the first division title in the NFC South since 2007 with a 32:6 with the Carolina Panthers (5-10) thus also the fixed ticket to post-season.

Tom Brady is having a quiet day working his 232-yard run and landing on Cameron Pratt. Ke’Shawn Vaughn and Ronald Jones contribute to the running back. Hanging returns Antonio Brown leads the weak reception squad with 101 yards. Cam Newton is only allowed to throw 13 passes to the other side, and Sam Darnold leads the Panthers again, which is similarly weak.

With their fourth straight win, 30:23 at the Minnesota Vikings (7-8), the Los Angeles Rams were also represented in the playoffs for the fourth time. Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinal withdrew despite their home defeat to the Indianapolis Colts the day before (Read here >>>), which means that four of the seven NFC slots are allocated.

The chances of the Philadelphia Eagles are still alive (8-7) after 34:10 over the New York Giants (4-11) and the Atlanta Falcons (7-8) after 20:16 over the Detroit Lions (2) 12-1.

View burrows and reveal bills

In the AFC, the Buffalo Bills (9-6) gave a solid sign of life, with 33:21 with the New England Patriots (9-6) once again taking the lead in East Asia against the Butts.

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Most impressive is the performance of the Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) in the north duel with the Baltimore Ravens (8-7): At 41:21, Joe Burrow in particular pulls four touchdowns and 525 yards—the fourth-highest-value quarterback in a league story American football – view on. Cincinnati is currently third in the AFC Championships, while Baltimore is currently eighth, even exiting the playoffs.

There’s a slap in the face for the Los Angeles Chargers (8-7), who missed an important mandatory win in the playoff fight at 29:41 with the Houston Texans (4-11).

26:21 of the New York Jets (4-11) over the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-13) becomes a factor at most when it comes to the team that will get their first draft next year.

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