FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP)--
Derrick Henry, Titans stun Patriots 20-13 in wild-card upset
Derrick Henry rushed for 182 yards and a touchdown while Tennessee's defense stymied Tom Brady and perhaps ended his championship-filled New England career with a 20-13 wild-card victory.
As a dense fog that shrouded Gillette Stadium for the first half dissipated, it became clear that the Patriots, who made the last three Super Bowls and won two, no longer were the bullies on the block. Six-time champ Brady's contract is up and the 42-year-old quarterback could well be headed elsewhere, including retirement.
The Titans are headed to Baltimore for a divisional playoff game.
Texans roar past Bills for 22-19 win in OT
Deshaun Watson spun out of a would-be sack and coolly completed a pass that set up the winning field goal in overtime as the Texans rallied from a double-digit second-half deficit for a 22-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the first round of the playoffs Saturday.
Both teams had to punt on their first possessions of overtime. On Houston’s next drive, Watson evaded a sack by wriggling away from one defender and bouncing off another before rolling out to find Taiwan Jones for a 34-yard reception to set up first-and-goal. Ka'imi Fairbairn then kicked a 28-yard field goal to lift Houston to the victory.
Cook, Vikings upend Saints 26-20 in OT in NFC playoffs
Kirk Cousins hit tight end, Kyle Rudolph, with a 4-yard fade on third-and-goal in overtime, and the Minnesota Vikings pulled out a 26-20 victory over the Saints in the wild-card round of the NFC playoffs.
Dalvin Cook gained 130 yards from scrimmage and scored two touchdowns.
Cousins finished with 242 yards and one TD passing, highlighted by his 43-yard completion to Adam Thielen on the opening possession of overtime to give Minnesota the ball on the Saints 2-yard line and set up the winning score.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees passed for 208 yards and a touchdown but had two turnovers.