The 2012-13 NFL Wild Card Weekend is history and featured just one road picking up a win and advancing. On Saturday afternoon, the Houston Texans hung on to take care of the visiting Cincinnati Bengals, 19-13. The night cap on Saturday featured the host Green Bay Packers handling the Minnesota Vikings, 24-10.
Sunday afternoon, The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 24-9 in what was Ravens’ linebacker Ray Lewis’ last home game of his career. The last game of the weekend featured the visiting Seattle Seahawks topping the Washington Redskins, 24-14. Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, who was already banged up heading into the game, injured his knee in the 4th quarter and is scheduled for an MRI to see how severe the injury is. Here is how the 2012-13 NFL Divisional playoff picture shakes out.
The Denver Broncos will host the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday afternoon, followed by the San Francisco 49ers welcoming in the Green Bay Packers.
Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons play host to the Seattle Seahawks in the first game of the day, followed by the Houston Texans traveling to New England to battle the Patriots. For more on the 2012-13 NFL Playoffs, log on to www.espn.com.