NFL Divisional Playoffs: Top moments you might have missed

·Sports Reporter
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Patrick Mahomes, pictured here after the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the Buffalo Bills.
Patrick Mahomes celebrates after the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the Buffalo Bills in the NFL. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The second week of the NFL playoffs delivered some of the craziest games in recent post-season memory.

Every contest was decided on the final play.

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In amongst all the drama and madness, here are some of the other top moments you have missed.

Robbie Gould in a world of his own

San Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould is going to go through his pre-game routine no matter what.

Not even the Green Bay Packers player introductions could get in his way at Lambeau Field.

As it turned out, Gould’s preparation was crucial as he kicked the game-winner in the 49ers 13-10 victory.

Packers have special teams nightmare

Nothing seemed to go right for the Green Bay Packers special teams unit during their loss to the 49ers.

They had a field goal blocked and a punt blocked and returned for a touchdown.

But perhaps the worst error was only having 10 men on the field as the 49ers lined up a game-winning kick on the final play of the game.

A-Rod shows off his moves

Former MLB star Alex Rodriguez was caught on the Jumbotron grooving away during the clash between the 49ers and Packers.

The ex-Yankee didn’t seem phased by the -17 degree celsius temperatures and was sporting a Packers beanie in support of the other A-Rod, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Rams celebrate in style

Odell Beckham Jr is known to have a dance move or two up his sleeve.

So it was no surprise to see the Los Angeles Rams wide receiver in full flight as the Rams celebrated their nail-biting 30-27 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the locker room post game.

Mahomes’ ‘cheat code’ throw

Whether it’s the regular season or the pressure-cooker of the playoffs, Patrick Mahomes is going to do Patrick Mahomes things.

The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback showcased his freakish ability once again with this side-arm laser.

King Henry returns in style

After 10 weeks on the sidelines with injury, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry wasted no time reminding everyone how dangerous he is during the Titans’ clash with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Henry lined up in the wildcat, before taking the direct snap and waltzed into the end zone untouched for the opening touchdown of the game.

Deebo Samuel does it all

Is there anything Deebo Samuel can’t do?

The San Francisco 49ers utility has already set the NFL alight this season with his skills catching and running the football, but his versatility was on full display when the 49ers deployed him as kick returner against the Green Bay Packers and he promptly brought the ball back 45 yards.

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