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NFL Wild Card Sunday: Takeaways from Miami vs. Pittsburgh and NY vs. Green Bay

NFL Wild Card Sunday: Takeaways from Miami vs. Pittsburgh and NY vs. Green Bay

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Given the injuries that have beset the Pittsburgh Steelers late in recent seasons, it was hardly a surprise when head coach Mike Tomlin rested his three-headed monster of offensive stars in Week 17.However, it was fair to wonder if quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, tailback Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown would come out of the gate a bit slow after taking last week off.That question was answered with a resounding “no” in the first quarter of Sunday’s beatdown.

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Photos: PHOTOS: NFL Wild Card Fans and Cheerleaders

Photos: PHOTOS: NFL Wild Card Fans and Cheerleaders

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2017 NFL Wild Card Recap

2017 NFL Wild Card Recap

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A year after road teams swept the opening weekend of the playoffs, home teams have turned the table in historic fashion.Not only did the home teams go 4-0, but they won by a combined 76 points, which is the largest combined margin of victory since the playoff expansion of 1990.Let’s see what happened in each game.

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NFL Wild Card weekend was bad, but Roger Goodell wants to make it worse

NFL Wild Card weekend was bad, but Roger Goodell wants to make it worse

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Remember when the NFL playoffs were fun?Can you recall the time before backup quarterbacks (and highly paid quarterbacks that play like backups) and atrocious, record-setting (and not in a good way) defenses took the field on Wild Card weekend?The first three contests of the NFL’s first round were so poor — so bland and uninteresting — that it could have made you wish to relive the glory days of a year ago, when Kansas City beat Houston 30-0 and the Seahawks and Vikings bored America en route to a missed chip-shot field goal with 26 seconds left and a 10-9 Seattle win.

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