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NFL wild-card weekend fashion files: The best entrances, outfits and cleats

Playoff teams came dressed to impress before this weekend's wild-card games. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite looks:


Seattle Seahawks-Philadelphia Eagles

Russell Wilson sports the shades while Cody Barton goes cowboy.

Wilson continues to show his cool.

Jarran Reed is locked in.

Rodney McLeod shows off his kicks before entering Lincoln Financial Field.

Boston Scott seems focused.

The Champ is in the Eagles' corner


Minnesota Vikings-New Orleans Saints

Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs has some colorful cleats.

Saints offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk has nothing on teammate Cameron Jordan, who also has a strong facial hair game.

The Vikings have entered the building.

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New season. Who dis? #GoGetIt

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Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen and tight end Kyle Rudolph reporting for duty.

Saints backup Teddy Bridgewater bikes through the tunnels at the Superdome.

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is all business.


Tennessee Titans-New England Patriots

Titans running back Derrick Henry is ready for Saturday night's wild-card game against the Patriots, making his entrance in purple.

Patriots QB Tom Brady arrives to make a rare wild-card game appearance.

Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill arrives for Saturday night's playoff game in a familiar color.

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All business 💼 #TENvsNE

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Linebacker Jayon Brown and kicker Greg Joseph arrive in style.

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What's good

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Titans rookie WR A.J. Brown arrives sporting a Saint Laurent bag.

Houston Texans-Buffalo Bills

DeAndre Hopkins arrived in style. He donned pink and black animal print and Golden Goose sneakers.

Deshaun Watson is ready for his second playoff game in some Christian Louboutin sneakers.

J.J. Watt is back for his first game since he tore a pectoral muscle is Week 8 against the Oakland Raiders.

Wide receiver Kenny Stills is wearing a double-breasted suit with no shirt underneath, a look he's gone with previously this season.

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Wild Card Weekend

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Running back Carlos Hyde is ready for his first playoff game in his six NFL seasons.

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"I done came a long way, I made it out the dirt"

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