If you’re an NFL fan, there’s a good chance that your favorite team is already done for the year.

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Prescott played poorly, and The Post’s Adam Kilgore noted that the second-year quarterback finally learned how hard it can be to play in the NFL. However, he had one of the most difficult assignments the league has to offer, traveling to Denver to take on the Broncos’ elite pass defense, and Prescott got no help from the running game, as Ezekiel Elliott managed a minuscule eight yards on nine carries.

No NFL tight end has ever visited the end zone as often as Antonio Gates. With his 112th touchdown Sunday, the Chargers veteran moved ahead of a tie with Tony Gonzalez and now sits alone atop the all-time list for his position.

Gates set the record midway through the third quarter of a home game against the Dolphins, when he hauled in a pass from 鈥?who else? 鈥?quarterback Philip Rivers. That marked the 85th time that Gates and Rivers have connected for a score, the third-most for any NFL quarterback-receiver duo.

Last week, there was a chance that Mike Mularkey was going to get fired if the Titans lost in the wild-card round, but that didn’t happen because they pulled off a 22-21 upset over the Chiefs. The good news for Mularkey is that if Tennessee ends up in the Super Bowl, the Titans might be forced to sign him to a contract for life. I’m not sure how much a contract for life would pay, but it would probably be at least Gruden money.

The crazy thing about this game is that if Carson Wentz was going to be on the field, Eagles-Patriots would definitely rank in the top-five for best possible Super Bowls. However, Wentz won’t be on the field, which means Bill Belichick Womens Willie Roaf Jersey would have two weeks to gameplan for an offense being run by Nick Foles when I’m pretty sure he would only need two hours.

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