Great QB performances led some teams to conference championships. Others ended seasons a few weeks earlier than they had hoped.
The Cowboys prepared all week to contain Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. But nothing could prepare them for the pass Rodgers made to Jared Cook.
"I'll take time to reflect on it, but I love this team, I love this group, so yeah, that would be the plan," Jason Witten said after the Cowboys' loss.
After two more blowouts Saturday, the NFL playoffs were doing little to improve upon last weekend's yawn-worthy games.
As the Cowboys review their loss to the Packers in the divisional round, they will wonder about two penalties that proved costly.
How the Baylor's players respond to their new coach Matt Rhule will be one of the main questions for the Bears heading into the offseason.
The Cowboys left Sunday's loss aware that Dak Prescott was as good as he was -- better even than in the regular season -- because of what was at stake.
So long, Seahawks and Cowboys. Eight teams have been eliminated from the postseason; which has the best shot at returning next season?
Ezekiel Elliott or Dak Prescott in the NFC East? NFL Nation reporters voted on the best rookie in all eight divisions, and it was easier in some divisions than others.
Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott and QB Dak Prescott share NFC East rookie of the year honors, as voted on by reporters covering the division for ESPN.com.
Check in throughout the NFL playoffs to see the biggest game-changing plays.
With only seconds remaining and a spot in the NFC Championship Game on the line, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers kept his cool in the huddle and ran a play that adds to his legacy.
Dak overcomes early issues, plays like vet
After throwing just his second red zone interception of the season midway through the third quarter, Dak Prescott bounced back to keep Dallas in the game, going 13-of-17 for 143 yards and two TDs the rest of the way. (ESPN Stats & Info)
The Cowboys rode rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott to the NFC's top seed, giving them a bright future in the post-Tony Romo era.
No. 1 seed -- bad omen for Dallas?
Since the current playoff format was introduced in 1990, the No. 1 seed in the NFC has been eliminated in the divisional round five times. The Cowboys have been the victim twice, and in three of the last four instances, the winning team went on to win the Super Bowl. (ESPN Stats & Info)
The resale market for Super Bowl tickets slumped following the Cowboys' playoff loss to the Packers. On StubHub, prices for the cheapest tickets dropped 20 percent -- from $4,195 to $3,349.