The Vikings, Browns, and Bills get victories on Saturday this week.
The Minnesota Vikings were able to make a legendary comeback after being down 33-0 against the Indianapolis Colts. The Vikings would end up winning 39-36 in overtime. Justin Jefferson and K.J. Osborn had great games in the second half and Matt Ryan and the entire Colts team struggled to stop the amazing run the Vikings went on.
The Vikings are now 11-3 and have won the NFC North title crown and the Colts are now 4-9-1. This game may give Vikings critics some doubt of whether they are a Super Bowl Caliber team because they were down 33-0 however it is still impressive and gives Vikings faithful hope that they have what it takes to win playoff games even if this was against the Colts.
Cleveland Gets The Win Over Baltimore
Without Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley in the starting lineup the Ravens offense wasn't able to get cooking only scoring three points as they were beat by the Browns 13-3. The Deshaun Watson, Nick Chubb Amari Cooper offensive trio for the Browns has not played many games this season but has the potential to be great with Deshaun completing 18/28 passes for 161 yards, Nick Chubb ran for 99 yards in 21 carries, and Amari Cooper went out for 58 yards.
The Ravens are now 9-5 and the Cleveland Browns improve to 6-8. The Ravens need to figure out a way to manage without Lamar Jackson, as difficult as that is because as we know Lamar Jackson takes the Ravens to where they can go, however they are competing for the division crown with the Bengals and are at risk of falling out of contention over the next couple weeks.
Buffalo Closes Out The Dolphins
The Bills came back from being down eight late in the game to win on a game winning field goal to win over the Miami Dolphins 32-29. The Bills have now clinches the division title and are in the playoffs for the fourth straight year. Josh Allen went for 304 yards and four touchdowns in the snow up in Buffalo putting on a stellar performance Saturday night.
The Dolphins impressed despite the loss going up in the cold in Buffalo and showing they can compete with the top of the AFC. Right now however the AFC playoff picture goes through Buffalo and if Miami is going to want to win the AFC and make a Super Bowl apperance.