Oakland defensive back Charles Woodson was a starter for Green Bay last season, and he was part of the Packers' 45-31 loss to San Francisco in he playoffs. So he knows what happened, and what happened is what Colin Kaepernick said what happened -- the Packers got frustrated and confused.
Last week, Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez was 95 percent sure he would retire at the end of the season. This week, that number's up to 97 percent.
Falcons kicker Matt Bryant went to his "happy place" before attempting his 49-yard game-winning field goal against the Seahawks on Sunday.
Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph thinks that perhaps the gap between the New England Patriots and his team isn't quite as wide as it may seem.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says he won't break his promise to perform Ray Lewis' signature pre-game dance. The mayor bet his Baltimore counterpart on the Broncos-Ravens playoff game, and Denver lost in double overtime.
2012's Divisional Round was the highest-scoring playoff weekend in NFL history.
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker now holds the all-time franchise playoff receptions record with 59 after his 6-catch, 120-yard first half Sunday against the Houston Texans.
Let's take a look at some of the winners and losers from the Falcons-Seahawks game, including Russell Wilson, who won big with a monster performance in the second half.
In December, the Houston Texans went to Foxborough and got smoked by the New England Patriots 42-14. That certainly left a sour taste in their collective mouth. Houston defensive end J.J. Watt apparently decided to expel said sour taste -- right on the Patriots logo in Gillette Stadium before kickoff Sunday in the divisional round of the playoffs.
Falcons defensive end John Abraham, the team's only dominant pass rusher, is active despite spraining his ankle in the regular-season finale.

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