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Patriots left to 'pick up the pieces' after 'crash landing' in 30-point loss to Bills

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OT Tristan Wirfs limped off the field in the first quarter after suffering an ankle injury and will not return against the Eagles. Eagles defensive end Josh Sweat will not play Sunday against the Buccaneers after undergoing an emergency procedure this week to address a life-threatening situation, the team announced.The official inactives for Sunday's Super Wild Card Weekend playoff games between the Eagles and Buccaneers, the 49ers and Cowboys, and the Steelers and Chiefs.Ja'Marr Chase was Joe Burrow's go-to guy from the get-go in the Bengals' drought-destroying 26-19 win over the Raiders on Super Wild Card Weekend.The Cincinnati Bengals, owners of the NFL's longest active postseason-victory drought entering Super Wild Card Weekend, are finally on the right side of history after their 26-19 win over the Las Vegas Raiders.The Buffalo Bills easily won Saturday's rubber-match against the New England Patriots, dispatching their hated AFC East rivals by a score of 47-17 Saturday night in Orchard Park to advance to next week's Divisional Round.NFL senior VP of officiating Walt Anderson explained the controversial errant whistle that occurred on the Bengals' second TD of their 26-19 wild-card win over the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday.It's been 31 years since the Cincinnati Bengals won a playoff game. On Saturday, the club finally ended that lengthy drought with a dramatic 26-19 home victory over the Las Vegas Raiders to advance to the AFC Divisional Round.The NFL declined to comment on what appeared to be an errant whistle blown during a first-half Joe Burrow touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd in Saturday's wild-card game between the Raiders and Bengals.The Houston Texans announced Hines Ward and Joe Lombardi have interviewed for their head coaching position. The Buccaneers will begin their playoff push without another one of their primary weapons.

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