<italics>(Twelve shots from every game, beginning with Ravens-Broncos.)</italics> Justin Tucker watches the flight of his 47-yard game-winning field goal in the second overtime against Denver. The victory put the Ravens in the AFC Championship game.
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Rahim Moore of the Broncos fails to tip the ball, allowing Jacoby Jones to score a 70-yard, game-tying touchdown with 31 seconds left.
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Torrey Smith caught three passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns, including this 59-yarder that made it a 7-7 game.
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Corey Graham returns a Peyton Manning interception 39 yards for a touchdown to give Baltimore at 14-7 lead. His interception in overtime set the Ravens up for the game-winning field goal.
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Torrey Smith adjusted his pattern in time to catch this pass for a 32-yard touchdown against Champ Bailey that tied the game at 21-21.
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Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris breaks up a pass intended for Anquan Boldin, who had six catches for 71 yards.
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Trindon Holliday returns a punt 90 yards for a touchdown for the first points of the game as Sam Koch gives chase.
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Trindon Holliday evades the Baltimore defense as he runs the opening kickoff of the second half back 104 yards for a touchdown. He's the first player in NFL history to return a punt and a kickoff for a touchdown in the same playoff game.
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Ray Rice did his part against the Broncos, carrying the ball 30 times for 131 yards and one touchdown.
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Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno makes a touchdown reception against Baltimore inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.
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Brandon Stokley gets behind the Ravens defense for a 15-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter.
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Ray Lewis and Peyton Manning
After the last NFL game in which they'll ever play against each other, Ray Lewis and Peyton Manning shared a few words.
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Colin Kaepernick celebrates after running in the first of his two TDs against the Packers. He ran for 181 yards, an NFL record for rushing yards by a quarterback, and threw for 263 yards and two more touchdowns.
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Colin Kaepernick led the 49ers to 579 total yards and the third-most points in franchise history.
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Frank Gore heated up in the second half and finished with 119 yards on 23 carries, with one touchdown.
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Michael Crabtree led all receivers with nine catches, 119 yards and two touchdowns.
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The 49ers kept the pressure on Aaron Rodgers all night, sacking him once and coming up with one interception.
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San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis had only one catch in the game, this 44-yarder behind A.J. Hawk.
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Green Bay kick returner Randall Cobb is upended by Perrish Cox.
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Cornerback Sam Shields returns an interception for a touchdown as 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick dives in vain.
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Cornerback Tarell Brown leaps over Green Bay tight end Jermichael Finley while returning the only interception of Aaron Rodgers in the game.
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Colin Kaepernick is tackled by Green Bay free safety M.D. Jennings and outside linebacker Erik Walden.
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Green Bay running back DuJuan Harris scores on an 18-yard run against the 49ers. Harris led the Packers with just 53 yards rushing.
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Packers wide receiver James Jones catches a pass as Chris Culliver (29) and Dashon Goldson attempt to intercept it.
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Atlanta kicker Matt Bryant celebrates his game-winning field goal with eight seconds remaining.
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The Falcons put Julio Jones in to defend against Seattle's Hail Mary attempt to close the game and came down with an interception.
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Matt Ryan threw for 250 yards and three touchdowns en route to winning his first playoff game.
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Tight end Chase Coffman caught one of Matt Ryan's pass attempts for 16 yards.
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Julio Jones had a quiet day by his standards, gaining 59 yards and no touchdowns on six receptions.
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Sean Weatherspoon closes in on Seattle's Russell Wilson, who was as elusive as always.
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Thomas DeCoud knocks down a pass intended for Sidney Rice, who was held to four catches for 60 yards and no touchdowns.
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William Moore forces a Marshawn Lynch fumble, but after the ball had crossed the goal line for a touchdown to give Seattle a 28-27 lead.
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Russell Wilson attempted 36 passes, completing 24 for 385 yards and two touchdowns.
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Roddy White was denied a reception on this play but caught five other balls, including a 47-yarder on a TD that put Atlanta up 20-0 by the half.
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Matt Ryan, Jason Snelling
Matt Ryan and Jason Snelling celebrate a third-quarter touchdown.
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Tony Gonzalez caught Matt Ryan's first touchdown pass of the day and was more relieved than anyone that the Falcons won. The future Hall of Fame tight end is considering retiring at year's end.
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Brandon Lloyd, Tom Brady
Brandon Lloyd and Tom Brady high-five after their five-yard touchdown pass and catch put the Patriots up 31-13 in the third quarter.
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Danieal Manning gets tackled by Matthew Slater (18), Niko Koutouvides (90), Marquice Cole (23) and Brandon Bolden (38). Manning averaged 54 yards on four kickoff returns.
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Shane Vereen evades a tackle by Houston linebacker Bradie James on a night in which the running back scored three touchdowns, two via passes.
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Rob Gronkowski broke his left forearm again when he landed on it at the tail end of this play.
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Houston tight end Owen Daniels loses the ball while being stopped by Steve Gregory, Brandon Deaderick and Jerod Mayo. The play had been ruled over before the ball came loose.
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Stevan Ridley led the Patriots in rushing with 82 yards on 15 carries, including this touchdown.
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Wes Welker didn't score against the Texans but got open repeatedly, finishing with eight catches for 131 yards, including this grab despite coverage by Kareem Jackson.
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Danieal Manning returns the opening kickoff for 94 yards, setting up a Houston field goal.
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Shayne Graham gets his 55-yard field goal off just before the first half ended, bringing Houston to within four points of the Patriots at 17-13.
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Rob Ninkovich took the air out of a Houston drive by intercepting a Matt Schaub pass, which he returned for six yards.
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Arian Foster dives for extra yardage during Houston's loss to the Patriots. Foster had 90 yards rushing and one TD.
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J.J. Watt, Tom Brady
The Patriots kept Tom Brady for the most part, but did give up this sack to J.J. Watt.
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