The potential Hall of Famer threw for 379 yards and five TDs in the Cardinals' heart-stopping 51-45 overtime victory. Perhaps even better, Warner drew only four incompletions from 33 passes.
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Not to be outdone by his friend and counterpart (Warner), the Packers quarterback threw for 422 yards and four touchdowns. He produced a rushing TD on the day, too.
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The underrated Packers wideout pulled down three catches for 50 yards -- including a 30-yard scoring catch/run that cut the Cardinals' deficit to seven in the fourth quarter.
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Fitzgerald was his all-world self on Sunday, catching six balls for 82 yards and two touchdowns. Perhaps he'll duplicate those numbers next week against the Saints.
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The Ravens tailback devastated the Patriots defense early and often, racking up 159 rushing yards and two TDs in Baltimore's decisive 33-14 win -- including an 83-yard scamper/score on the game's first play.
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The Patriots quarterback was seldom comfortable in the pocket on Sunday, throwing for only 154 yards, two TDs and three interceptions.
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From the get-go, the Ravens defense bottled up the likely Hall of Fame receiver, limiting him to five catches for 48 pedestrian yards.
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Coach John Harbaugh
The second-year head coach had no qualms about celebrating the Ravens' landmark victory -- which also served as the Patriots' first home playoff loss in 31 years.
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The Pro Bowl receiver got the ride of a lifetime after scoring from 6 yards in the second quarter. All told, Austin pulled down seven catches for 82 yards and one TD in the Cowboys' 34-14 victory.
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The lightning-fast tailback is finally demonstrating his immense potential when fully healthy. Against Philly, Jones bounded for 178 total yards (148 rushing) and one touchdown.
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For 11 seasons, McNabb (230 yards passing, 1 TD) has had to endure the highs and lows of Eagles football, while playing in arguably America's harshest sports town. All this begs the question: Will he be wearing green for his 12th NFL campaign?
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Romo's critics can no longer point to the Cowboys' 13-year drought of winning in the playoffs. And they can no longer accentuate the negative when breaking down Romo's postseason resume, which now includes 244 yards passing and two TDs against Philly.
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Mark Sanchez & Shonn Greene
The rookie pair played starring roles in the Jets' 24-14 road win over the Bengals, amassing 317 total yards and two touchdowns. Next up for New York: A cross-country date with San Diego.
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The veteran tailback did his best to carry the anemic Bengals to victory, rushing for 169 yards and one touchdown. Cincinnati still hasn't won a playoff game in 19 years.
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The USC alum (182 yards passing, 1 TD vs. Cincy) is the first quarterback to lead the Jets to a playoff victory since Chad Pennington (January 2005).
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The brash coach captured midweek headlines when word got out that he'd given his club a detailed itinerary for the coming weeks -- including directions to the Jets' victory parade, following Super Bowl XLIV.
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