AFC Championship Games are nothing new for Bill Belichick. In fact, he’s coached the Patriots to seven straight, so it’s familiar territory.

Limited Corey Davis Jersey After the Patriots’ comeback win over the Jaguars in New England on Sunday, it became clear that Belichick still doesn’t particularly care or place too much importance on the Dominik Hasek Authentic Jersey AFC Championship trophy. After receiving the hardware on stage, the coach immediately tried to get rid of it as quickly as he could, reminding us all that he doesn’t care for anything but the Super Bowl.
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After throwing the biggest touchdown pass of his life in the Vikings’ miracle win over the Saints, Keenum is going to have to come up big again if the Vikings are going to advance to the Super Bowl for the first time in 41 years. The Vikings will be going up against an Eagles defense that’s built to stop the run. During the 2017 season, the Eagles ranked No. 1 in the NFL, surrendering just 79.2 yards per game. However, if Philly had one weakness during the regular season, it was stopping the pass.

Limited Carlos Henderson Jersey Of course, calling it a weakness might not even be fair because it definitely didn’t look like a weakness in a divisional round where the Falcons only totaled 195 yards passing. The fact of the matter is that if Keenum has a big game, the Vikings are probably going to win. During the regular season, the Vikings went 8-1 when he threw for 225 yards or more, but just 4-2 when he didn’t.

I took a picture before I turned around to catch the ball, Diggs said. There was only one guy there.

The one guy was Saints rookie free safety Marcus Williams. Diggs jumped and caught Keenum’s perfectly placed ball. Williams went low for the tackle — and whiffed. Instead of hitting Diggs, Williams hit his teammate, Saints cornerback Ken Crawley, who was the only other Saint close to the play. Diggs felt Williams brush past him. For a moment, Diggs lost his footing; he’d been bracing for contact, and there’d been none. Then, the ball in his right hand, he pushed off the turf with his left hand. Nobody was between Diggs and the end zone. Instead of jumping out of bounds, he sprinted to the end zone.

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