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Kelvin Benjamin will take the field far from 100 percent again in Week 17 as the Buffalo Bills fight for a wild card spot in the AFC. The former Carolina Panthers wideout played well despite his injured knee Sunday. He caught five passes on seven targets for 70 yards in the loss to the New England Patriots. Benjamin should have had a touchdown in the contest, but the play was called back on a questionable replay review. Benjamin’s health has been a concern since he joined the Bills in Week 10. He will have surgery on his knee in the offseason.

The Bills still have a shot to make the playoffs, but they will need a win against the Miami Dolphins and some help. Benjamin is expected to play through his injury again Sunday. He has a tough matchup against a Dolphins defense that gives up the sixth-fewest receiving yards to wideouts in the league. Benjamin was held in check against Miami in Week 15, catching two passes for 20 yards in the contest.
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Fantasy impact: Benjamin plays well against New England. In Week 4 as a Panther, he had a season-high 104 yards against the Patriots. Sunday, therefore, was not shocking. Benjamin has not been great this season otherwise. He was held to 42 yards or fewer since Week 8 prior to the meeting with the Patriots Sunday. He is also hurt. This is a must-win game for Buffalo, so Benjamin should be heavily involved. Still, It is hard to trust him in the final game of the season.

If you would have told a Buffalo Bills fan that Kelvin Benjamin would be talking about the team’s “urgency to get to the Super Bowl” after a wild-card round loss back in August, they likely would have laughed in your face. Well, they would have laughed, then they would have felt your forehead to make sure you didn’t have a fever.

After all, acquiring a dominant wide receiver like Benjamin would have seemed like a ludicrous idea in August of 2017. In fact, before the start of the 2017 season, it looked as though the Bills were gearing up for a run at the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. They traded wide receiver Sammy Watkins and cornerback Ronald Darby, players deemed crucial to the team’s success, in exchange for draft picks and players on expiring contracts after their first preseason game.

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Success seemingly wasn’t at the top of Buffalo’s priority list.

However, that changed after the blue and red got out to a 5-2 start in the 2017 season. Realizing that the team had a legitimate shot at ending their 17-year playoff drought, first-year general manager Brandon Beane made a blockbuster move. Beane traded draft picks to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for Benjamin, a player who Beane, who spent the first two decades of his career with the Panthers, had a hand in selecting in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Benjamin played well for the Bills down the stretch, catching 16 passes for 217 yards and helping the team clinch a wild-card playoff spot. Unfortunately, Buffalo was not able to advance any further than the wild-card round, losing their first playoff game since the turn of the century to the Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 10-3.

However, Benjamin feels as though the team’s recent playoff game is just the first of many to come. While speaking to the media on Monday, Benjamin was asked whether or not he feels as though the team is heading in the right direction.

“Oh, definitely man,” Benjamin said. “Definitely. You could just tell the urgency to get to the Super Bowl and that’s the number one goal. That’s supposed to be every team’s number one goal. That’s where they’re trying to go so I think next year will be a big year for us.”

“The fan base is going crazy. They’re still going crazy even though we lost. We wanted to pull that one out for them but, it was a tough one. It was a tough one for me. That’s my second time in the playoffs and I definitely wanted to make that push. The first time I went, I made it to the second round. We played Seattle and lost. But it is what it is, you know? Bite the bullet. Like I said, just move on [and] go and get ready for OTA’s.”

As Benjamin said, next year will be a big one for Buffalo. The drought is no longer lingering over the team’s head. Perhaps their urgency to get to the Super Bowl will pay off.

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While remarkable, no one should be surprised the New England Patriots are heading to the Super Bowl for the eighth time in the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era.

What is strange is James Harrison will be joining the Patriots in their quest to win a sixth Super Bowl title since the 2001 season. While it might seem remarkable how quickly things have evolved over the last month for the one-time Patriot hunter, the goal always remains the same for Harrison no matter whose colors he’s wearing.

“It feels good,” Harrison told NFL Network’s Kimberly Jones after the Patriots’ 24-20 victory over the Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday. “That’s the goal every year — to go to the Super Bowl and win it. We’re one step away.”

Harrison made an impact against the Jaguars, particularly against the running game. He recorded three tackles and continued to prove he can still be a worthwhile contributor even at age 39. Harrison said the team got better against the Jaguars as the game progressed.

“I don’t think we [played] too well in the first half,” Harrison said. “We did a better job in the second half. The offense came alive, the defense came alive and we were able to work together and get it done.”

As for Brady, Harrison isn’t surprised that the man who he has made a career out of chasing during his time with the Pittsburgh Steelers overcame a hand injury to wreak havoc on the Jaguars.

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“You expect that,” Harrison said. “I mean, he hasn’t missed a game with any sort of injury except for the ACL when he missed a season. That’s what you expect from him.”

If Brady and Harrison continue to live up to their reputations as game-changers in Minneapolis on Feb. 4, the veteran linebacker could add a third Super Bowl ring to his impressive list of accomplishments.
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The Harrison boys, James (10) and Henry (8), wedged themselves into their dad’s locker at Gillette Stadium about an hour after the AFC championship game on Sunday evening. They slugged energy drinks, donned stiff-brimmed AFC champions hats and chatted up New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. They examined their dad’s gear, holding up Under Armour cleats the size of their forearms and soaked in the scene around him.

When Harrison’s locker neighbor, Johnson Bademosi, leaned in and asked where they were going, the enthusiastic response came immediately: “SUPER BOWL!”

Harrison, 39, clearly and deliberately relished the moment after the Patriots completed their 24-20 comeback victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

He put on his championship shirt before taking a shower to take a professional picture with his boys and the AFC championship trophy. He later did an interview with both of them on his lap, a trio of halogen grins lighting up the locker room.

In less than a month after being removed from the mothballs in Pittsburgh, Harrison has emerged as the fulcrum of this Patriots defense. He showed that again Sunday, setting the edge on the run defense and making a pair of critical fourth-quarter pass rushes to help the Patriots complete their improbable comeback.

“It feels good,” he said. “Like I said before, this is all part of God’s plan.”

Whether it’s spiritual, cosmic or karmic, the manner in which the Patriots have cobbled together victories have taken on an almost predictable script. If filling in the Mad Libs of the quintessential Patriots comeback, there were plenty of easy answers to fill in on Sunday.

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There was drama to overcome:

Overarching concern? Tom Brady’s injury.

Traumatic injury to overcome? Rob Gronkowski’s concussion.

Huge lead by an opponent? The Jaguars led by 10 in the fourth quarter.

There were cunning plot twists:

Opponent blunder inviting them back in game? Delay of game penalty that negated a first-down throw and helped allow the Patriots to score at the end of the first half.

Obscure hero? Phillip Dorsett catching a high-degree-of-difficulty 31-yard catch to key a touchdown drive.

Maligned player with a big moment? Patriots defensive back Stephon Gilmore’s circus deflection to essentially seal the game.

Harrison’s role in the Patriots script is as well-worn as your favorite Do Your Job hoodie. He came in as veteran player overlooked in his old job who came here to embrace his role and thrive. The Patriots have become a depot for veterans seeking championships, as players like Darrelle Revis, Chris Long, Brandon Browner and Martellus Bennett have swung through in recent seasons and been able to claim a Super Bowl. Others have stopped here for productive late-career pit stops when others wondered how much they had in the tank – Junior Seau, Randy Moss and LeGarrette Blount.

Few have adopted the Patriot Way of unselfishness and role-playing as quickly as Harrison. One week after giving some engaging comments following the Tennessee Titans game where he claimed he’d be watching the Cartoon Network instead of his former team’s playoff game, he even managed to set a record for Patriots cliches in one interview on Sunday night. “It is what it is,” he said when asked a question about the mentality of coming from behind. “If you don’t go out there and play and do your job, then you’re going to lose the game.” That’s the Bill Belichick rhetoric of a 10-year Patriots veteran.

Harrison did his job Sunday. With just over two minutes remaining, he rushed in from the edge and helped force a Blake Bortles fumble when he and linebacker Kyle Van Noy sandwiched the Jacksonville quarterback. That turned second-and-10 into third-and-19 and set the stage for Gilmore breaking up the Bortles pass two plays later.

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Well, well, what do we have here?

So much for that Steelers-Patriots rematch. Jacksonville rolled into Pittsburgh, punched the Steeelers in the mouth and managed to dance around the ring long enough to emerge victorious. The method wasn’t surprising, but the outcome was. The Jaguars opened the contest with an emphatic touchdown drive, forced a turnover and scored again, and even returned a strip-sack fumble for a touchdown. Pittsburgh — both the Steelers and their fans — barely knew what hit them by halftime.

Two key contributors from that upset find themselves in this space this week, and for the first time in a long time, we also welcome a player who’s currently trying to wash the bitter taste of defeat out of his mouth. Divisional Weekend was just as wonderful as we expected (except for Patriots-Titans).

Here are your greatest on the road from Divisional Weekend.

Greatest on the Road

Telvin Smith, Jacksonville Jaguars

Where do we start with Telvin Smith? The linebacker has shown massive improvement all season long as part of an incredibly talented Jaguars defense, but Sunday might have been his best game yet.

Smith racked up 14 tackles, flying all over the field for a Jaguars defense that was forced to stand tall despite spending much of the second half on the field. His most important play came early, though, with the Jaguars leading 21-7 and attempting to maintain control of the game’s early momentum after giving up a quick touchdown.

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Come for Yannick Ngakoue’s incredibly effective pass rush. Stick around for Smith’s scoop and score.
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Ngakoue — one of the biggest Pro Bowl snubs of the year — rushed upfield before squeezing back inside to hit Ben Roethlisberger from behind as he stepped up into the pocket and knock the ball loose. Smith was there to pick it up, but he wasn’t content with a simple recovery. He was determined to take it to the crib.

Smith’s defensive score gave Jacksonville a three-score lead that was enough to help the Jaguars upset the Steelers and head back to Florida confident with a week of preparation before their meeting with the Patriots for the AFC crown. It’s another impressive performance for a linebacker who’s quickly rising to the league’s best.
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Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints

Thanks to a miraculous, game-ending touchdown completion, Brees didn’t come away with a win. But the quarterback did everything in his power to push the Saints toward an appearance in the NFC title game.

Brees was excellent in the second half Sunday, especially after Minnesota lost safety Andrew Sendejo to a concussion. The veteran quarterback led the Saints on a 21-point comeback, erasing Minnesota’s 17-0 and 20-14 lead with a flurry of points in the third and fourth quarters. His 50-yard drive in just 1:04 appeared to leave the Vikings with only a prayer’s chance in the final 30 seconds.

Then the prayer was answered with Stefon Diggs’ 61-yard touchdown catch and run. Tough break for one of the league’s best quarterbacks, even on the eve of his 39th birthday.

Talk about a bittersweet celebration of life.

Brees’ final line — 25-of-40 passing, 294 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions — was enough to put the Saints in position to win another playoff game and keep their excellent season going. It just wasn’t enough to help Marcus Williams tackle Diggs. Sometimes, that’s the way the cookie crumbles.

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After last season, the Ravens knew a huge key to 2017 success would be the man under center. Franchise quarterback Joe Flacco had to play well – really well – for the Ravens to get back into the playoffs.

Now, as the Ravens sit on the outside of jerseys from china the postseason looking in for a third straight year, Head Coach John Harbaugh was asked Thursday for his evaluation of Flacco’s 10th NFL season.

There was no over-arching quote, but Harbaugh’s main point was that Flacco performed as well as he could given the circumstances and showed considerable progress in the second half of the year when healthy.

“As far as numbers and things like that, the first half of the season to the second half of the season was dramatic,” Harbaugh said. “The number of interceptions, the touchdown passes, those kind of things, it’s a dramatic turnaround. And it speaks to his health.”

Here are the numbers Harbaugh is referring to:

For a 16-game season, Flacco posted career-lows in passing yards (3,141), touchdowns (18) and quarterback rating (80.4) since his rookie year. He completed 64.1 percent of his passes, which is the third-highest mark of his career, but his 5.72 yards per attempt was the lowest in the league.

However, when focusing on Flacco’s performance once he was healthy, it’s a different story. Over the final seven games, his quarterback rating was 89.5. He tossed 10 touchdowns to three interceptions.

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Flacco didn’t put up eye-popping passing yards, but he was highly efficient and led the league’s second-highest scoring offense from Week 8 on. There was nationwide chatter about the emergence of “January Joe.”

A more accurate evaluation of his ability going forward is probably best done looking at the two halves of the year separately.
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Harbaugh pointed out that Flacco dealt with injuries the past two years. He was coming off a torn ACL last year and injured his back before training camp this year. The back injury knocked Flacco out of training camp and the preseason and lingered into the regular season.

Flacco has never been one to give excuses, and he often downplayed his back issues when talking to the media, but it had a major impact early on.

“To say that wasn’t a factor in our passing game early, combined with our personnel issues we had there, it wouldn’t be fair to Joe,” Harbaugh said. “I think Joe did a great job of fighting through that.”

Even once he returned from the back injury to begin practicing one week ahead of the regular-season opener, Flacco wasn’t 100 percent healthy in practice and had to make up ground in terms of chemistry with his wide receivers.

It affected the Ravens’ game plans early on as well. Baltimore took a more conservative offensive approach at the start of the season, opting to get the ball out of Flacco’s hands quickly to expose his exposure to hits. That became even more of a priority after the Ravens lost All-Pro guard Marshal Yanda in Week 2.

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Flacco clearly didn’t move as well within or outside the pocket, making it difficult to escape pressure and set up big chuck plays. Often, Flacco was left dumping the ball to his check-down receivers, which explains his low yards per attempt.

“Maybe sometimes he got the ball out quick, but I think he was under duress a lot of times early in the year when we lost both of our guards,” Harbaugh said.

“He did a good job managing that situation, and I feel like toward the second half of the season, we were completing some more balls down the field. The fact that he was protecting the ball in the pocket and didn’t take very many sacks speaks very well to the kind of season he had.”

Flacco helped the Ravens overcome some of their biggest deficiencies. A patchwork offensive line gelled throughout the year, but Flacco helped the unit by getting rid of the ball and avoiding sacks. The Ravens gave up the seventh-fewest sacks in the league. Flacco didn’t lose a fumble all year.

The Ravens didn’t get much production from their wide receivers outside of Mike Wallace, and Flacco’s targets dwindled in the stretch run with the injury to Jeremy Maclin (knee) and Breshad Perriman’s unproductivity and resulting deactivation.

Drops were also an issue, as a couple led to critical interceptions in key losses. They proved to be especially costly in the season-ending loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Still, Flacco can be even better moving forward. Harbaugh was asked about whether the team would consider adding a quarterbacks coach to work on Flacco’s footwork. Harbaugh said if he finds one that fits the team and what Flacco wants, it could happen.

“If we can do that, we’ll do that,” Harbaugh said. “As far as his mechanics and all that, when you miss training camp and you’re working with a back tweak, all being considered, I think Joe’s mechanics were pretty good.”

Harbaugh said Flacco made some impressive throws off his back foot and conceded that he missed some too, just like any quarterback would.

But with potentially more weapons and better health next year, Harbaugh seemed confident Flacco can pick up where he left off in 2017, or better.

“He needs a healthy training camp and a healthy OTAs and all that to be his best, just like any player does,” Harbaugh said. “And I’m excited about that going into next year.”

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The Philadelphia Eagles have plenty to fix during their bye week.

A slumping offense missing NFL MVP candidate Carson Wentz scored only 13 points in the last five quarters with Nick Foles and the starters playing.

That won’t cut it when the Eagles (13-3) host the Saints (11-5), Panthers (11-5) or Falcons (10-6) to kick off the divisional round of playoff games on Jan. 13.

Fans are panicking and many media members are predicting an early exit, but the team is confident the offense will get back on track.

“There’s no reason not to be confident,” Foles said. “We have an amazing group of guys, an amazing group of athletes that you know we can do some special stuff.”

It was only two weeks ago Foles tossed four touchdown passes and led Philadelphia to a 34-29 win at the Giants. Since then, he’s 23 for 49 for 202 yards with one TD and two interceptions against the Raiders and Cowboys.

“I think there is a lot of positive because you can build off the Giants game and some of the success we have had in the last couple weeks and find that continuity again,” coach Doug Pederson said. “We just have to get back to the same rhythm.”

The mood surrounding the Eagles could be different if Torrey Smith hadn’t dropped a pass on the opening drive in Sunday’s 6-0 loss to Dallas.
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Foles hit Smith in stride going across the middle on third-and-7 from the Cowboys 39. Smith had a chance to outrun the defenders into the end zone, but let the ball slip through his hands.

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“If I caught it, I probably would have housed it,” Smith said. “That messed our momentum up and then we only played a short time after that and we kept getting penalties and shooting ourselves in the foot.

“I’m confident that if we stayed in the game we would have gotten it back on track, but we have two weeks of practice and I’m very confident we’ll be ready to roll.”

Pederson went for it on fourth down after Smith’s drop and Foles had to rush an incomplete pass . The next three drives included two three-and-outs and one interception.

“I know who I am as a player and I also know that throughout my career and my life, I haven’t always played great games,” Foles said.

“I’ve been in games where execution hasn’t gone like we wanted it to. And the key is you remain confident because you know who you are. You know that you’re going to prepare every day to do everything to the best of your ability. I’m confident in myself and I’m confident in my teammates because I know what we’re capable of doing and that’s great things.”

Nate Sudfeld played the final three quarters against the Cowboys and was 19 of 23 for 134 yards in his first career game. But Sudfeld isn’t replacing Foles unless he gets hurt.

Pederson might want to rely on the NFL’s third-ranked rushing attack in the playoffs. Jay Ajayi (408 yards), LeGarrette Blount (766 yards) and Corey Clement (321) had a lot of success running behind an offensive line that features two Pro Bowl picks on the right side: tackle Lane Johnson and guard Brandon Brooks.

“You get into the postseason and have to play great defense and be able to run the football,” Pederson said.

“That’s been our formula pretty much all season long. We have to get back to that, and I’ve got a lot of confidence moving forward.”