We know who won't be moving on to the Super Bowl now. Sunday's games didn't really produce any surprises like Saturday did. Two teams are now done for the year.
One, the Phildelphia Eagles. They got beat. At home. By the Green Bay Packers, in a really good, old fashioned slobberknocker. Though it took at Tramon Williams interception of a Michael Vick pass in the end zone with 33 seconds left in the game to secure the win.
Your newspaper wrapup, from Packersnews.com (Part of the Green Bay Press-Gazette) RIGHT HERE
Next up for the Pack. A trip to a currently snowbound Atlanta and a date with the top seeded Atlanta Falcons. The two teams played just a few weeks ago, with the Falcons winning a nail-biter 20-17 at the Georgia Dome. Kickoff is set for Saturday night at 8.
How the Packers beat the Eagles, Courtesy of some guy on YouTube doing his own sportscast. This video may not last very long so watch it while you can.
As for the AFC game....the Ravens did what seemingly always do, win their 1st Playoff game on the road. They squared off with the upstart Kansas City Chiefs, in KC, and took care of business. 30-7, a relatively easy win for them.
The game story from the Baltimore Sun RIGHT HERE
It was an emotional day for the Ravens and safety Ed Reed. Reed's brother had gone missing the day before after supposedly jumping in the Mississippi river. His brother has yet to be found.
More about that from the Sun RIGHT HERE
The Ravens will square off Saturday afternoon with their arch rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Here are your Ravens/Chiefs highlights, from the same guy. Let's see if they'll stay here...