clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Daily Bucs Links: Playoffs Sunday

New, comments

Here's your open thread for today.

Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Andy Reid's clock management ruined any chance of a Chiefs comeback - SBNation.com
In a two-score game, the Kansas City Chiefs took a minute and 34 seconds to go a single yard. This might shock you, but they lost.

Larry Fitzgerald won Cardinals-Packers all by himself in overtime - SBNation.com
Two plays. 80 yards. What a finish.

Cardinals advance to NFC Championship after OT thriller - SBNation.com
The Cardinals won one of the craziest games you will ever see. They're going to the NFC Championship. Woah.

NFL playoff bracket 2016 update: Patriots headed to the AFC Championship once again - SBNation.com
Stop me if you've heard this one: The Patriots are on the doorstep of the Super Bowl.

The 5 ridiculous things that made Packers-Cardinals the best NFL playoff ending we can remember - SBNation.com
One unbelievable thing happened in Cardinals-Packers... and then another, and then another, AND THEN ANOTHER, AND THEN ANOTHER!!!!!!

NFL playoffs schedule and results 2016: Cardinals, Patriots both win at home - SBNation.com
A crazy game in the desert ended with the Arizona Cardinals beating the Green Bay Packers 26-20 in overtime for their first trip to the NFC Championship Game in seven years. Earlier, the Patriots beat the Chiefs to advance to the AFC title game.

As Licht knows, with power comes pressure | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
His hand-picked coach in place, Bucs GM Jason Licht is firmly in the hot seat, columnist Martin Fennelly says.

In journey to being Bucs coach, family has inspired Koetter | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
You can’t underestimate the amount of coaching DNA that Dirk Koetter inherited from his father, who retired in 1993 after leading Pocatello High to three state championships within a four-year span.

Dirk Koetter begins work on ambitious Bucs agenda | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPAWhether you agree or disagree with the Bucs blowing out another head coach after only two seasons — Lovie Smith's 8-24 record notwithstanding — there are several things Dirk Koetter has to do quickly to make his hiring work.

Coaching is in Dirk Koetter's blood | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Over 50 years, Dirk Koetter's playbook has expanded, but back in his parents' home in Pocatello, Idaho, is a piece of paper with three plays, scribbled out by a coach's son at age 6.