Reflections left by the NFL Wild Card round

MEXICO – The wild card weekend has given us good emotions on Saturday and Sunday.

In total, four teams qualified for the "Divisional Round" and four others have already started their holidays.

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On Jackson, it must be said that the post-season game was great.

He is a player used to solving complicated moves with his legs and who suffers too much when the spaces are closed.

Jackson brought the ball nine times for a total of 59 yards, being the best player on his team on the ground.

On the plane, the quarterback barely reached 194 yards, although he finished with two touchdown passes.

Far from that explosive version, Jackson ended up being whistled by his own audience.

The Indianapolis rider was the candle that brought his franchise to the most comfortable victory in the first round of the current playoffs.

  • Two of the four duels of the next playoff round will face the teams placed n. 1 against n. 6 in the respective conferences.

  • The Bolts broke a defensive record against Lamar Jackson and Michael Badgley wrote his name in the history of the franchise.

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    This weekend, Indianapolis – with his victory over the Texans – and Philadelphia – who defeated Chicago – advanced to the division round from the sixth place in the respective conferences and at least in the case of the Colts have potential to get a bit of more.

    DAK CAN ALSO LOAD THE TEAM

    The Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has finally had a round performance.

    In total, he added 226 passing yards, a touchdown pass and a touchdown touchdown.

    Prescott seems very comfortable in commanding the Cowboys' offense. Last week he launched four touchdown passes against the New York Giants, but the best thing is that in that game did not have the support of runner Ezekiel Elliott.

    THE MAGIC OF THE FOLES

    The veteran quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles remains in a state of grace.

    The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player had enough performance to command his team at another post-war victory.

    Despite casting two interceptions, Nick Foles managed to lead the victory in Philadelphia.

    As in the Super Bowl, the Eagles played in fourth place and the touchdown was reached, this time with a move to Golden Tate.

    The question is pertinent: how long will that magic last?

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