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NFL Divisional Round Roundup and Results

Last Updated on January 23, 2023 2:56 pm by Erwin Noguera

The NFL has just wrapped up the Divisional round, which took place from January 21st and 22nd, starting on Saturday with the Chiefs vs. Jaguars and Eagles vs. Giants, and finishing on Sunday with the matches between the Bills vs. Bengals and the 49ers vs. Cowboys.

These matches would set up the clashes for the Divisional Championships in the AFC and the NFC, which would then lead to the clash of champions, in the event we all know and love, the Superbowl.

Any Playoff Game is a Direct Elimination Match, so there are no second chances or do-overs. Whoever wins, makes it to the next round, and the other packs up and starts preparing for the next season. 

The Chiefs, Eagles, Bengals, and 49ers head to the Divisional Championship matches.

Let’s get to know the result of each of these matches.

Divisional Round Results:

  • Chiefs 27 – 20 Jaguars
  • Eagles 38 – 7 Giants
  • Bills 10 – 27 Bengals
  • 49ers 19 – 12 Cowboys

NFL Divisional Round Results – Chiefs 27 – 20 Jaguars


Saturday, January 21st, 04:30 pm ET at Arrowhead Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Chiefs -460

Jaguars +355

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The Kansas City Chiefs have punched their ticket to the AFC Championship Game for the fifth straight season, as Andy Reid’s squad defeated Doug Pederson and the Jacksonville Jaguars, 27-20. 

Patrick Mahomes suffered an ankle injury toward the end of the first quarter after taking a low hit. He missed one drive, but shook off the pain and returned in the second half to lead Kansas City to victory.

Mahomes becomes the first quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to five conference championship games before turning 30 years old, while the Chiefs will become the third team to make five straight conference championship games, matching the Oakland Raiders from the 1970s and the 2011-18 New England Patriots. 

With the victory, Andy Reid now joins Bill Belichick (31) and Tom Landry (20) as the only coaches with 20 postseason wins.

NFL Divisional Round Results – Eagles 38 – 7 Giants


Saturday, January 21 at 08:15 PM ET at Lincoln Financial Field

Moneyline odds: 

Eagles -359 

Giants +275

Where Can I Watch it? 

NFL Network

Hurts became just the second Eagles player with two pass touchdowns and one rush touchdown in a playoff game, joining Donovan McNabb on that exclusive list as the Eagles cruised to a 38-7 victory over the New York Giants in a playoff matchup that was never close.

The Eagles are heading to their seventh NFC Championship Game since the start of the 2001 season, and their second in five years. 

The defense took over the game early as Haason Reddick had 1.5 sacks for the Eagles in the first half, both coming on consecutive plays to stop the Giants from moving down the field on their first drive. 

James Bradberry had the interception on the Giants’ second possession, the first by an Eagles cornerback since Week 9. Philadelphia had a 14-0 lead at that point in the game.

Hurts finished 16 of 24 for 254 yards with two touchdowns and had nine carries for 34 yards and a touchdown — all in a first half in which the Eagles took a 28-0 lead and cruised to victory.

NFL Divisional Round Results – Bills 10 – 27 Bengals


Sunday, January 22 at 03:00 PM ET at Highmark Stadium 

Moneyline odds:

Bills -243

Bengals +193 

Where Can I Watch it?

NFL Network

The Bengals, in pursuit of a second consecutive Super Bowl berth, punched their ticket to Kansas City next Sunday after posting a 27-10 victory over the Bills in the AFC divisional round. 

Facing the Bills, a hostile crowd, and constant snowfall, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was unflappable. 

He threw two touchdowns in the first half as the Bengals took a 17-7 halftime lead. Burrow had plenty of help from Joe Mixon, whose 1-yard touchdown stretched Cincinnati’s lead to 24-10 heading into the fourth quarter. 

Cincinnati’s defense contributed to the win by dominating Buffalo’s offense for large stretches of the game. 

The Bengals flustered Josh Allen for most of the game while limiting Stefon Diggs to just 35 yards on four catches. 

Fittingly, Cincinnati iced the win when rookie defensive back Cam Taylor-Britt picked off Allen deep in Bengals territory with one minute left. 

NFL Divisional Round Results – 49ers 19 – 12 Cowboys


Sunday, January 22 at 06:30 PM ET at Levi’s Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

49ers -204 

Cowboys +164

Where Can I Watch it? 

CBSESPN, and Fox Sports

Where Can I Stream?

NFL Network

It was an ugly, back-and-forth struggle for all 60 minutes and as expected, the 49ers did what they have done in each of their previous divisional round showdowns: done what they needed to do to advance to the NFC Championship Game, this time winning by a 19-12 score. 

It’s a historical result as rookie Brock Purdy will now become the fourth quarterback drafted in the 6th round or later, or undrafted, to reach a Conference Championship in his 1st season as a starter, joining Dieter Brock (1985 ), Kurt Warner (1999), and Tom Brady (2001). 

On the other side, the Cowboys run the longest streak of playoff appearances in NFL history without a conference title game appearance to 12. 

While Purdy is re-writing the history books with his play as the final pick of the 2022 NFL Draft, the reason the 49ers ended the Cowboys’ season on Sunday is because of their defense. 

San Francisco forced two Dak Prescott interceptions, and their offense turned both of those into field goals, critical in a game they won by only seven points. 

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