Super Bowl - Feb. 5

New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons

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Conference Championships - Jan. 22

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots

The Patriots scored 19 consecutive points to turn an eight-point game at the midpoint into a second-half rout. Tom Brady threw three touchdowns -- two to receiver Chris Hogan, who finished with nine catches for 180 yards.

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Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta effectively ended the game as soon as it began, scoring the game’s first 31 points before Green Bay could find an answer. Matt Ryan accounted for the Falcons’ first four touchdowns with three passing TDs and a 14-yard rushing touchdown.

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Divisional Playoffs - Jan. 14

Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots

In a game that featured one of the biggest point spreads in NFL playoff history, the Texans actually kept the game surprisingly close through the first half thanks to two turnovers by the Patriots. Leading by just eight points, New England took control in the fourth quarter with a Dion Lewis touchdown -- one of three in the game for Lewis -- following a Texans interception.

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Seattle Seahawks vs. Atlanta Falcons

After the Seahawks scored a touchdown on their first drive of the game, the Falcons answered and then steadily turned the tide in their favor. A sack of Russell Wilson in the end zone gave the Falcons a safety; they took a 12-10 lead on the following possession and never looked back, scoring 19 points in the second quarter en route to a 36-20 victory.

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