The first ever Super Wild Card Weekend proved to be…well…super wild.
3 of the 6 lower seeds that played this weekend are advancing to the Divisional Round.
Jared Goff upset the Seahawks in Seattle less than two weeks removed from surgery to repair a broken thumb on his throwing hand.
And the Ravens avenged last year’s loss to the Titans in a grind it out game in Nashville.
But the shocker of the weekend came when the Cleveland Browns jumped out to a 28 to nothing first quarter lead over the Steelers at Heinz Field.
Pittsburgh has been a house of horrors for the Browns for nearly two decades.
Until Sunday Night, they had NEVER won there during Ben Roethlisberger’s career. Never.
But the Browns held on, 48 to 37, earning their first postseason win since 1995.
The lesson: be on high alert.
Weird things are already happening in this year’s NFL Playoffs.
The Packers need to bring their A-game against the Rams on Saturday to avoid be the next victim of a shocking upset.
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