NFL Records & Facts For Sunday’s Divisional Playoff Games
Here are your records and facts for Sunday’s divisional playoff games.
All records and facts courtesy of NFL.com.
Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers – 1:05 pm ET Fox.
Cowboys lead playoff series 4-2.
Last playoff meeting was in the 1995 NFC Championship game, Dallas won 38-27. Last regular season meeting was in 2013, Green Bay won 37-36.
Dallas has only played one of their 6 playoff games against the Packers in Green Bay and that was the 1967 NFL Championship, also known as the “Ice Bowl,” Green Bay won 21-17 and advanced to the first Super Bowl.
Cowboys lead overall series 16-15.
Tony Romo’s stats are 304-435 for 3705 yards, 34 TDs, 9 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 69.9.
Aaron Rodgers’ stats are 341-520 for 4381 yards, 38 TDs, 5 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 65.6.
QB stats courtesy of ESPN.
Indianapolis Colts @ Denver Broncos – 4:40 pm ET on CBS.
Colts lead playoff series 2-0.
Last playoff meeting was the 2004 AFC Wild Card playoff when Peyton Manning was playing for Indianapolis, Colts won 49-24. Last regular season meeting was back in week 1, Broncos won 31-24.
This is the first time Peyton Manning has played against the Colts in the playoffs.
Broncos lead overall series 12-11.
Andrew Luck’s stats are 380-616 for 4761 yards, 40 TDs, 16 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 61.7.
Peyton Manning’s stats are 395-597 for 4727 yards, 39 TDs, 15 interceptions, and a completion percentage of 66.2.
QB stats are courtesy of ESPN.