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ProCanes NFL Recap: Wildcard Round

Michael Badgley continues his strong rookie season and received some recognition, Al-Quadin Muhammad steps up for the Colts, and prayers are up for Allen Hurns.

NFL: AFC Wild Card-Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Indianapolis Colts 21 - Houston Texans 7

Colts DE Al-Quadin Muhammad got the start in their playoff opener and put forth a timely performance with 2 tackles, a sack and a tackle for loss. You can watch Muhammad’s sack here.

NFL: AFC Wild Card-Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
Al-Quadin Muhammad and the Colts got the best of the Texans in their wildcard round matchup.
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Texans RB Lamar Miller struggled to get his ground game going with 18 yards on 5 carries, but was able to contribute to the passing game with 8 receptions for 63 yards.

Dallas Cowboys 24 - Seattle Seahawks 22

Cowboys WR Allen Hurns’ playoff journey was short-lived, as he suffered a severe injury at the end of his lone 14-yard catch. You can read more about Hurns’ status here:

Allen Hurns suffers gruesome leg injury in Cowboys’ playoff win over Seahawks - SBNation

Los Angeles Chargers 23 - Baltimore Ravens 17

Chargers K Michael Badgley has experienced a whirlwind of a season, going from being undrafted to being picked up by the Chargers in October, and now being named one of Pro Football Talk’s Special Teamers of the Year. On Saturday, Badgley built upon his awesome first season by breaking the Chargers’ franchise record for made field goals in a playoff game, converting 5 of his 6 attempts.

Michael Badgley’s Heroics Move Him into the Record Books - Chargers.com

S Rayshawn Jenkins contributed 4 tackles and some solid pass coverage for the Chargers defense who held the Ravens to under 200 yards passing. WR Travis Benjamin caught all 3 of his targets for 11 yards.

Philadelphia Eagles 16 - Chicago Bears 15

S Deon Bush notched 3 tackles for the Bears defense that held Nick Foles in check for most of the afternoon. P Pat O’Donnell punted 6 times for 243 yards, and put the Bears ahead in the field position battle with 4 punts dropping inside the 20. Unfortunately, the Bears ultimately fell short and were eliminated.