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  Cowboys vs. Eagles live score, updates, highlights from NFL Saturday game Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Cowboys vs. Eagles on Saturday night. Follow along below for complete results from the NFL Week 18 game.Both teams have already clinched playoff spots. The Cowboys take the NFC fourth seed and the Eagles take the NFC seventh seed heading into the matchup. If the Cowboys win on Saturday night, and the Buccaneers, the Cardinals and the Rams lose on Sunday, it would push the Cowboys into the second seed. Regardless, they will not fall below the fourth seed since they won the NFC East.

Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals are off to the AFC Championship Game after knocking off No. 1 seed Tennessee in the Divisional Round on Saturday afternoon.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on the field © Provided by The Spun Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow on the field

The Bengals topped the Titans, 19-16, following a game-winning field goal as time expired by rookie Evan McPherson.

Following the game, Burrow revealed what McPherson told him prior to running onto the field for the game-winning kick.

“Looks like we’re going to the AFC Championship Game,” the Bengals kicker told his quarterback on Saturday.

That’s pretty legendary.

“I have a new favorite kicker,” one fan admitted.

“FINAL BOSS MOVES,” another fan tweeted.

“Evan McPherson is the Joe Burrow of kickers,” one fan joked.

“Kickers. Love it!!! Tweet of the damn year,” one fan added.

The Bengals will face either the Kansas City Chiefs or the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game next weekend.

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Tom Brady Takes a Shot at Ohio State to Joe Burrow on ’Let's Go’ Podcast .
It's been well over two decades since Brady played at Michigan, but he clearly hasn't lost sight of the rivalry after all these years. View the original article to see embedded media.Tom Brady hasn't taken the field against Ohio State this century, but it's clear that the Michigan man's distaste toward the Buckeyes has not lost its edge all these years later. The 44-year-old made his weekly appearance on the "Let's Go" podcast with Jim Gray on Monday to address the apparently premature reports of his retirement before being joined by guest Joe Burrow.

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