<italics>(Ten shots from each wild card game, starting with Houston-Cincinnati.)</italics> Leon Hall of the Bengals intercepted this pass intended for James Casey and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown. It was his team's only touchdown in the 19-13 loss.
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Leon Hall is congratulated by his teammates after scoring on a pick-6 to give Cincinnati a 7-6 lead in the second quarter.
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Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is pressured by J.J. Watt, who had five tackles and one sack in Houston's 19-13 win.
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Arian Foster carried the ball 32 times for 140 yards and a touchdown. He also had eight receptions for 34 yards.
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Texans cornerback Jonathan Joseph (background) keeps A.J. Green from making a toucdown reception.
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A.J. Green finished with five catches for 80 yards as the Bengals lost a first-round playoff game at Houston for the second year in a row.
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Adam Jones defends against Houston wideout Andre Johnson at Reliant Stadium. Johnson had four catches for 62 yards and no touchdowns.
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Arian Foster is the first player in NFL history to have 100-yard rushing games in each of his first three playoff games.
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Houston tight end Owen Daniels had a game-high nine receptions for 91 yards.
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Green Bay Packers fans
Fans tailgate at Lambeau Field before the Green Bay-Minnesota Vikings wild card game.
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Green Bay linebacker Dezman Moses closes in on Minnesota backup quarterback Joe Webb, who was forced to start in place of an injured Christian Ponder.
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Joe Webb tosses a desperation pass before being taken down by Packers linebacker Erik Walden.
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Fullback John Kuhn bounces off safety Jamarca Sanford en route to scoring one of his two touchdowns.
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Adrian Peterson ran for a combined 409 yards in two regular season games against the Packers but had only 99 on 22 carries in their playoff matchup.
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Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers made this motion a lot in a game the Packers led 17-3 at the half.
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The Packers chase down a fumble on a Minnesota punt return that Green Bay's Dezman Moses eventually recovered.
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The Packers leading rusher was DuJuan Harris with 47 yards on 17 carries and one touchdown.
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The Vikings sacked Aaron Rodgers three times, including on Everson Griffen's lone tackle of the game.
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Clay Matthews recovers a Joe Webb fumble, one of two lost fumbles for the Vikings.
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Green Bay's Tramon Williams breaks up a pass intended for Jerome Simpson. The Packers held Minnesota to 180 yards passing and came up with one interception.
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Ray Rice didn't score, but accounted for 117 yards of offense, 47 coming on his lone reception.
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Anquan Boldin made an incredibly difficult catch on this play to give the Ravens their final points.
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Dannell Ellerbe brings down Andrew Luck on a day in which the rookie was held without a touchdown pass.
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Dennis Pitta caught one of Joe Flacco's two touchdown passes, this one giving Baltimore a 17-6 lead.
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Joe Flacco completed 12-of-23 passes for 282 yards as the Ravens set up a trip to Denver for the divisional round of the playoffs.
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Vonta Leach bulled his way into the end zone from two yards out on his only carry of the game.
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In his first game since Oct. 14 and his last game in Baltimore, the retiring Ray Lewis seemed to be everywhere.
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Anquan Boldin torched the Colts for 145 yards on five receptions.
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Cory Williams sealed the victory with an interception of Andrew Luck late in the fourth quarter.
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Ray Lewis, who announced that he'll retire at season's end, left the field with a win in his last home game.
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Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III injured himself while being pursued by Malcolm Smith in the first quarter.
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Earl Thomas intercepted a pass intended for Pierre Garcon to foil a Washington drive.
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Marshawn Lynch got past Lorenzo Alexander (97) and others for a fourth-quarter touchdown that gave Seattle a 21-14 lead.
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Evan Royster caught a four-yard scoring pass from Robert Griffin III to give Washington an early 7-0 lead. The Redskins led 14-0 before the Seahawks stormed back.
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Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III left the game for good after injuring himself trying in vain to recover this bad snap in the fourth quarter.
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Russell Wilson scampered eight times for 67 yards against Barry Cofield & Co. and completed 15-of-26 passes for another 187 yards.
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Reed Doughty brought down Russell Wilson before he could attempt a pass on this play.
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Marshawn Lynch lost a fumble at the goal line in the third quarter.
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Tight end Zach Miller led Seattle in receiving with four grabs for 48 yards, including this two-point conversion in front of Madieu Williams.
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Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III
Rookie quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III congratulated one another on a game well-played.
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