QB Nick Foles (Austin Westlake, Philadelphia Eagles)
Filling in for Carson Wentz, the veteran signal caller managed the game well on Saturday afternoon against the Atlanta Falcons. Foles threw for 246 yards and put together a strong second half to help lead Philadelphia to the NFC Championship Game.
RB Jay Ajayi (Frisco Liberty, Philadelphia Eagles)
Jay Ajayi was a versatile weapon for the Eagles on Saturday as he helped establish the run game. He finished with 54 yards rushing and 44 yards receiving, proving to be a safety valve for Nick Foles in the win over Atlanta.
WR Danny Amendola (The Woodlands, New England Patriots)
Danny Amendola was the top target for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Saturday night against the Tennessee Titans. The veteran receiver finished with 11 catches and 112 yards as the Patriots head back to the AFC Championship game.
CB Eric Rowe (Klein, New England Patriots)
Eric Rowe was tied for the team lead in tackles on Saturday night with five as the Patriots shut down the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night.
DE Deatrich Wise (Carrollton Hebron, New England Patriots)
The rookie from Hebron had one of his best games of the season, finishing with two sacks of Marcus Mariota in the Patriots win over the Titans.
TE Vance McDonald (East Chambers, Pittsburgh Steelers)
Vance McDonald was one of the top targets for Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on Sunday, finishing with 10 catches for 112 yards in their divisional round game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
QB Drew Brees (Austin Westlake, New Orleans Saints)
Drew Brees did everything in his power to try and will New Orleans back to the NFC Championship game, finishing with 294 yards passing and three touchdowns.
QB Case Keenum (Abilene Wylie, Minnesota Vikings)
In the biggest stage of his career to this point, Case Keenum ended up on top for the Minnesota Vikings. Keenum finished with 318 yards and the game-winning touchdown to Stefon Diggs as time expired to propel the Vikings to the NFC Championship.
S Andrew Sendejo (Smithson Valley, Minnesota Vikings)
Andrew Sendejo came away with one of Drew Brees two first-half interceptions in the NFC Divisional Round. Sendejo finished with four tackles and that interception before leaving the game due to an injury.
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