NFL: The facts you should know about the Sunday session of the Divisional Round

Bills and Bengals put their streaks to the test, Cowboys-49ers write a new chapter in the rivalry of both franchises in the playoffs

The divisional round concludes this Sunday with two attractive duels to define the rivals of the Kansas City Chiefs Y Philadelphia Eagles in the Conference Finals.

In the first duel, the cincinnati bengals Y buffalo bills are reunited after their Week 17 matchup was canceled due to safety Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest following what appeared to be a routine tackle.

That “Monday Night Football” game promised to be one of the best games of the regular season and now in the playoffs we will have the opportunity to see two of the best offenses in the NFL in action.

The winner will face off in the Championship Game of the AFC against Kansas City. if it advances cincinnatiyou will have to visit Arrowhead Stadium, in case you win the Bills the game will be at a neutral venue, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, because the NFL defined that Buffalo could have finished as the No. 1 seed in the american conference in case of having played a 17-game schedule like the Chiefs.

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In the second game, the dallas cowboys Y san francisco 49ers revive an old rivalry postseason when they meet at Levi’s Stadium. The winner will have to visit/receive next week at the eagles in it Championship Game of the National Conference.

These are the data you should know for the matches of the Sunday day of the divisional round:

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  • Bengals: They are 2-0 against the Bills in postseason. Both meetings were in cincinnati.

  • Bengals: They are 10-0 this season when they score first. Tied with the Chiefs for most wins without losses.

  • Bengals: They have nine consecutive victories including this one postseason. It’s the second-longest active streak among teams still alive.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): Accumulates nine consecutive victories as starting quarterback against rivals outside his division.

  • Joe Burrow (CIN): He is 4-1 in his career in postseason. The other quarterbacks in team history have a combined record of 5-14.

  • Ja’Marr Chase (CIN): Has nine straight games with at least seven receptions. It is the fifth longest streak since 1970 including postseason.

  • Bills: They are 5-0 at home in divisional round. It is one of two teams (Eagles) with that mark in this round of the postseason since 1970.

  • Bills: They are 13-1 playing at home in postseason since 1970. It’s the best mark for any team with at least five home games in that span.

  • Bills: They are one of three teams in the last 15 seasons to score at least 28 points per game and allow fewer than 18. The others are the Baltimore Ravens (2019) and their own Bills (2021).

  • Josh Allen (BUF): Including postseasonhas the second-highest percentage (83 percent) of offensive touchdowns by a player for his team this season.

  • Josh Allen (BUF): Has three straight games of postseason with at least 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes. Tied with Matt Ryan for the longest streak in baseball history postseason.

  • Dawson Knox (BUF): Add five straight games with at least one receiving touchdown. Other tight ends since 1970 with longest streak in a season including postseasonare Travis Kelce and Rob Gronkowski with six each.

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  • cowboys: They seek to reach their first NFC Championship Game since the 1995 campaign.

  • cowboys: Add 11 appearances in a row in postseason without reaching the Championship Game Conference (worst streak since 1970).

  • cowboys: They have four straight wins over the 49ers in San Francisco. His last loss was in Week 10 of 1997 (17-10).

  • cowboys: It is the ninth time that they face 49ers in postseason (5-3 mark). Those nine games match his highest tally against the same rival (Los Angeles Rams).

  • Dak Prescott (DAL): Accumulate four consecutive games of postseason with passing touchdowns and has (only player in history with that streak).

  • Micah Parsons (DAL): Failed to record a single sack in the matchup of postseason previous against the 49ers (Participated in 58 defensive plays.)

  • 49ers: His 17 appearances in the Championship Game conference calls are the most for a team since 1970.

  • 49ers: They have 11 consecutive victories including this one postseason (Equals the third longest streak in its history).

  • 49ers:They are 9-1 playing at home this season including the postseasonwith the best points per game differential (+13.7) in those games.

  • Christian McCaffrey (SF): Could become the first player of the 49ers with games followed by postseason with 100 or more rushing yards.

  • Brock Purdy (SF): Could join Mark Sanchez and Joe Flacco as the only rookie quarterbacks with multiple wins in the postseason.

  • Nick Bosa (SF): Has 8.0 sacks in seven games in postseason in his carrer. The only game where he didn’t record a sack was last week against the Seattle Seahawks.

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NFL: The facts you should know about the Sunday session of the Divisional Round