NFL Today, Wild-Card Playoffs | AP sports

Arnold Nichols
January 10, 2019

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Tuesday that while Gordon is expected to play Sunday in Foxboro, he won't look like the offensive dynamo he was all season.

They are 0-7 against Brady and New England since QB Philip Rivers became the starter in 2006. He also joined Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Brett Favre as the only quarterbacks with 500 touchdown passes this season and finished the season three behind Brees for second with 517. The Chargers finished the regular season with a better overall record (12-4) than the Patriots (11-5), but were relegated to Wild Card status due to their sharing a division with Kansas City.

Elliott paired with quarterback Dak Prescott to make some dazzling and crucial plays, allowing the Cowboys' defense to the do rest in handing the Seahawks their first opening-round defeat in their previous 10 appearances.

- Allen Robinson, Bears, had 10 catches for 143 yards and a TD in a losing cause as Chicago fell to Philadelphia 16-15.

Michael Badgley kicked five field goals, and Los Angeles harassed and hounded Jackson during a victory in the opening round of the National Football League playoffs. He made up for a 41-yard attempt that was blocked by Za'Darius Smith in the third quarter. They had to survive after Tarik Cohen, an All-Pro punt returner, took back the kickoff following Philly's go-ahead score 35 yards.


- Michael Bennett and Tim Jernigan, Eagles.

The NFL playoffs kick continue Sunday with the remaining Wild Card round games. However, New England came out on top, 21-13.

— Kenny Moore II, Colts, had a sack and an interception in Indianapolis' 21-7 victory at Houston.

This week's game will mark the fourth meeting between the Patriots and the Los Angeles Chargers, as the Chargers were located in Los Angeles during their first season of play in 1960 before moving back to Los Angles prior to the 2017 season.

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