Fri. Jan 27th, 2023

LUBBOCK, Texas – The Texas Tech soccer program could have 11 of its alumni featured on NFL Playoff rosters starting this weekend with the beginning of the Wild Card spherical.

The NFL Playoffs kick off at 3:30 p.m. CT Saturday with the Seattle Seahawks enjoying at San Francisco, which is able to embody Kerry Hyder Jr. on the 49ers’ defensive entrance. Hyder, now in his eighth NFL season, totaled 19 tackles and a sack over 16 appearances in the course of the common season for a 49ers workforce that’s the No. 2 seed within the NFC.

Sam Eguavoen and Erik Ezukanma will each begin Sunday’s motion as their Miami Dolphins journey to Buffalo for a 12 p.m. CT kick on CBS. It is going to be the primary profession playoff look for each Ezukanma and Eguavoen, who’s wrapping his fourth season with the Dolphins. Ezukanma enters the playoffs coming off his NFL debut Sunday versus the Jets the place he hauled in his first skilled catch.

Sunday’s motion continues with Davis Webb and Jack Anderson and the New York Giants at Minnesota in a 3:30 p.m. begin on FOX. Anderson has appeared in 11 video games with two begins up entrance for the Giants to this point this season, whereas Webb made his first NFL begin on Sunday versus the Eagles the place he accomplished 23-of-40 passes for 168 yards and a landing, whereas additionally dashing six occasions for 41 yards and one other rating.

Broderick Washington Jr. will conclude Sunday’s triple header as his Baltimore Ravens journey to Cincinnati for a 7:15 p.m. CT kick on NBC. Washington, now in his third NFL season, put collectively his greatest efficiency of his skilled profession with the Ravens this 12 months, totaling a career-best 49 tackles up entrance whereas beginning in 9 of his 17 video games performed.

The NFL Playoffs will probably be formally right down to eight remaining groups Monday night time after the Dallas Cowboys journey to Tampa Bay. Kaylon Geiger Sr. appeared in two video games this 12 months as a observe squad member for the Bucs after being signed as an undrafted free agent following his one 12 months with the Crimson Raiders.

Along with the 9 Crimson Raiders on NFL Playoff rosters this weekend, two others will watch the motion from residence as Kansas Metropolis, that includes NFL MVP candidate Patrick Mahomes II, and the Philadelphia Eagles are the highest seeds in each divisions. Zech McPhearson is in his second season with the Eagles the place he was a Professional Bowl nominee as a particular groups ace. McPhearson, who had 14 tackles over 17 video games within the common season, recorded his first profession sack after snuffing out a pretend area aim try Sunday versus the Giants.

Mahomes, in the meantime, is a favourite to gather NFL MVP honors for the second time in his profession after he threw for five,250 yards and 41 touchdowns this season, whereas additionally dashing for 358 yards and 4 extra scores. It was the second 5,000-yard passing season of Mahomes’ profession as he’s the youngest quarterback in historical past to take action. Mahomes set the NFL single-season document for many complete yards by a quarterback in opposition to the Raiders on Saturday, snapping the earlier mark by Drew Brees along with his 5,614 complete yards this season.

Two notable alumni will sadly miss out on the playoffs as Seahawks linebacker Jordyn Brooks and Cowboys offensive lineman Terence Steele each suffered season-ending accidents late within the common season.

RED RAIDERS ON NFL PLAYOFF ROSTERS

Jack Anderson (OL) – New York Giants

Jordyn Brooks (LB) – Seattle Seahawks

Sam Eguavoen (LB) – Miami Dolphins

Erik Ezukanma (WR) – Miami Dolphins

Kaylon Geiger Sr. (WR) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Kerry Hyder Jr. (DL) – San Francisco 49ers

Patrick Mahomes II (QB) – Kansas Metropolis Chiefs

Zech McPhearson (DB) – Philadelphia Eagles

Terence Steele (OL) – Dallas Cowboys

Broderick Washington (Jr.) – Baltimore Ravens

Davis Webb (QB) – New York Giants

NFL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

Saturday

Seattle at San Francisco – 3:30 p.m. CT (FOX)

Los Angeles Chargers at Jacksonville – 7:15 p.m. CT (NBC)

Sunday

Miami at Buffalo – 12 p.m. CT (CBS)

New York Giants at Minnesota – 3:30 p.m. CT (FOX)

Baltimore at Cincinnati – 7:15 p.m. CT (NBC)

Monday

Dallas at Tampa Bay – 7:15 p.m. CT (ESPN)

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