Infostani International- Tampa Bay Buccaneers secured a divisional playoff spot with a 32-9 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, led by standout quarterback Cook Mayfield. Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills overcame wintry conditions to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-17, setting up a showdown with defending champions Kansas City Chiefs in the upcoming playoff round.
NFL Playoffs Recap: Buccaneers Dominate Eagles, Bills Brave Winter Storm to Set Up Showdown with Chiefs
The Tampa Straight Pirates got their spot in the divisional round of the NFL end-of-the-season games by overcoming the Philadelphia Birds 32-9 on Monday night. Quarterback Cook Mayfield assumed a critical part, finishing 22 of 36 passes for 337 yards and three scores. The Marauders safeguard areas of strength for held, the Birds from scoring in the final part. Despite a score from Jalen Damages to tight end Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia couldn’t close the hole.
After starting the season 10-1, the Eagles had a difficult second half. They lost six of their last seven games, raising questions about the future of head coach Nick Sirianni. The Marauders facilitated the Lord family as privileged commanders in the festival of Martin Luther Ruler Jr. Day, denoting whenever the family first partook in an NFL game on this occasion.
Buccaneers and Bills Triumph in Wintry Conditions, Advance to Divisional Playoffs
The Buffalo Bills defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-17 on the same day, triumphing over wintry conditions. Temperatures reached 17 degrees at kickoff in Buffalo, which caused the game to be postponed due to a winter storm. The Bills were led by Josh Allen, who scored four touchdowns, including a stunning 52-yard touchdown run. Notwithstanding the difficult climate, fans overcame the snow-filled arena, with volunteers helping clear snow for the time being.
The Bills, completing the customary season on a five-game series of wins, will presently confront the guarding Super Bowl support, the Kansas City Bosses, in the Divisional season finisher round on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET. The early weather conditions gauge predicts a high temperature of 25 degrees with a low of 17 degrees Monday morning.