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Cavaliers in the NFL: Wild Card Round

Ahmad Brooks

Jan. 6, 2014


Cincinnati Bengals (11-5) RB Cedric Peerman played and returned one kick for 23 yards as the Bengals ended their season in a 27-10 defeat to the San Diego Chargers in the Wild Card game.

Indianapolis Colts (11-5) LB Cam Johnson played, but recorded no stats in the Colts’ 45-44 comeback win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the Wild Card game. The Colts will travel to New England for the NFL Divisional round on Saturday.

Kansas City Chiefs (11-5) OT Branden Albert started and helped the Chiefs gain 513 yards of total offense in a heartbreaking loss to the Indianapolis Colts, 45-44.

New England Patriots (12-4) LS Danny Aiken and the Patriots enjoyed a first round bye in the NFL Playoffs. The Patriots host the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday in the NFL Divisional round.

San Diego Chargers (9-7) TE John Phillips is out for the rest of the season with an injury and did not dress for the Chargers’ 27-10 Wild Card win over the Cincinnati Bengals. The Chargers will play at Denver on Sunday for the NFL Divisional round.


San Francisco 49ers (12-4) LB Ahmad Brooks started and recorded six tackles and two sacks as the 49ers walked out of Green Bay with a game-winning field goal to pass by the Packers, 23-20, in the Wild Card game. The 49ers play at Carolina against the Panthers on Sunday in the NFL Divisional round.





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