NFL Super Wild Card Weekend has wrapped up. Here is a look at how former former Florida State players performed. We will begin with Saturday’s games:

No. 2 seed San Francisco 49ers 41, No. 7 seed Seattle Seahawks 23

No former Seminoles were involved in this game.

No. 4 seed Jacksonville Jaguars 31, No. 5 seed Los Angeles Chargers 30

Jaguars: Long snapper Garrison Sanborn is on their practice squad.

Chargers: Cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. started. He had three solo tackles, six passes defended, and three interceptions. He returned the interceptions a total of 20 yards, including a long of 16 yards. Samuel Jr. is the first player to intercept three passes in the first half of a postseason game. He is the first player in NFL history with three interceptions in their playoff debut. He is the ninth player ever with three interceptions in a playoff game. Safety Derwin James started. He led the Chargers with nine tackles, including six solo tackles. Kicker Dustin Hopkins remains on injured reserve.

No. 2 seed Buffalo Bills 34, No. 7 seed Miami Dolphins 31

Dolphins: None

Note: Future Florida State secondary coach Patrick Surtain Sr. has been working as an assistant for the Dolphins. He is expected to join the Seminoles now that the playoff run had ended for Miami.

No. 6 seed New York Giants 31, No. 3 seed Minnesota Vikings 24

Giants: Running back Jashaun Corbin was elevated from the practice squad, but inactive. Kicker Graham Gano made a 25-yard field goal, his lone attempt, and all four of his extra-point attempts.

Vikings: Running back Dalvin Cook started. He had 15 rushes for 60 yards, including a long of 11 yards. He had six receptions for 10 yards on seven targets.

No. 3 seed Cincinnati Bengals 24, No. 6 seed Baltimore Ravens 17

No former Seminoles were involved in this game.

No. 5 seed Dallas Cowboys 31, No. 4 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14

Cowboys: Cornerback Xavier Rhodes was elevated from the practice squad. He played as a reserve, recording three solo tackles.

Buccaneers: None

The Kansas City Chiefs (DE Joshua Kaindoh, DT Derrick Nnadi) and Philadelphia Eagles (DE Josh Sweat, DE Janarius Robinson (injured reserve), DT Marvin Wilson (practice squad), OT Roderick Johnson (practice squad)) earned the No. 1 seeds in their conferences and a bye from this weekend’s action.


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