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NFL Playoffs Reset: How each of the four teams can reach Super Bowl LI

With the conference championship round up next, here's an early look at the remaining teams and how each stacks up in their respective games.

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The catch, the kick and the Packers move on

It was a schoolyard play. That's what Aaron Rodgers likes to call it when he's buying time and keeping a play alive before delivering a strike. Jared Cook and Mason Crosby would do the rest. Listen to how it all went down.

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Rodgers leads Pack to incredible win over Cowboys (1:13)
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Big Ben: We did enough to win (0:46)
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Herm: Steelers are ready to go to New England (1:21)
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Cowboys land on wrong side of playoff thriller (0:59)
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Garrett calls Rodgers a top-3 player of all time (0:41)
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The life of the NFL lockermate next to the star (3:20)
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What went wrong for Cowboys in playoff loss? (1:34)
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Hoge: This is a 'devastating' loss for Cowboys (0:53)
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Woodson isn't betting against Rodgers, picks Packers over Cowboys (1:39)
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Schefter says Jerry Jones' year tops Trump (0:52)
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Brady knows Patriots have to be better (0:43)

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers know they must clean up their play for New England but feel good about the resolve shown in Kansas City.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs were in a familiar place after their latest playoff loss.

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger: "You want the ball in your hands. I love that situation."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin said his defense was 'salty' after giving up a touchdown on the opening drive. Responded well.

Josina Anderson ESPN 

A little commotion after the game. #Steelers #Chiefs

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers are first team to win a playoff game without scoring a TD since Colts beat the Ravens a decade ago, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Ravens, the No. 2 seed, lost to the Colts, 15-6, on Jan. 13, 2007.

Darren Woodson @darrenwoodson28

The decision to spike the ball against the Packers near the end of the game is irrelevant. Move on! The 36-yard pass needed to be defended!

Darren Woodson @darrenwoodson28

The decision to spike the ball against the Packers near the end of the game is irrelevant. Move on! Then 36 yard pass needed to be defended!

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

This is what happens when you break your own team record and rush for 170 yards in a key playoff win: everyone wants to talk to you. Le'Veon Bell credited his Steelers o-line for blocking so well that there were carries when "I wasn't even touched for six yards down the field."

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Jerry Jones offered no sense of options for Tony Romo or when those issues would be discussed or decided

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Jerry Jones said Dak Prescott was the second-best player on the field _ the only better one just happened to play QB for the opponent

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell: "We feel we can beat anybody right now."