The NFL regular season is in the books. Fourteen teams remain in the pursuit of a Lombardi Trophy.
The 2023 NFL season wrapped up Sunday night with the Bills beating the Dolphins to win the AFC East and claim the No. 2 seed in the conference.
The wild-card round has plenty of thrilling matchups. A pair of 2022 last-place AFC teams will face off in Houston between the Texans and Browns. There will also be several familiar faces squaring off against former teams, when Mike McCarthy coaches the Cowboys against the Packers and Matthew Stafford and the Rams face Jared Goff and the Lions.
Tyreek Hill will lead the Dolphins against his former team into Arrowhead Stadium for a wild-card matchup with the Chiefs. And the Bills will host a Steelers’ team that surged into the playoffs behind Mason Rudolph at quarterback.
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