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NFL Super Wild Card Weekend: Biggest winners and losers from Saturday's games
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A top-five quarterback now plays for the Bengals.The Bills: Their manhandling of the Patriots was a resounding reminder of what a masterful job of team building has been performed in Buffalo since 2018, when the Bills had a rookie Josh Allen and a whole lot of money being paid to players who were no longer on the team. The Bills have won five in a row, but their two best performances of the year came in their last two games against the Patriots -- there were real struggles against the Falcons and Jets at home in the final two games of the regular season. With the Bills leading by a touchdown, but the Patriots moving the ball at will on their first possession of the game, quarterback Mac Jones had the Patriots with a first down at the Bills' 34-yard line. This game exposed their holes, but that is a win by any measure except maybe the one where Tom Brady is the measuring stick.Bengals' red zone offense: Strange to say this about a winning team, but the Bengals left too many points on the field, settling for field goals following a Derek Carr fumble and after starting a drive on the Raiders' 45-yard line, allowing the Raiders to hang around after the Bengals had dominated the first half. The Bengals got away with it against the Raiders, but as they move on and face better opponents, their red zone struggles could come back to bite them.The Raiders: A huge missed opportunity to steal the win, especially against an injury depleted defensive line that was getting little pass rush at the end of the game. Gregg Rosenthal makes his picks for every NFL game on Super Wild Card Weekend. With the 2021 regular season in the books, Gregg Rosenthal ranks the primary starting quarterbacks from all 32 teams.

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