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Wild Card Sunday’s MVP’s | These players stepped up to help their team get the Win

Browns defenisve back M.J. Stewart was everywhere last night and he had a huge game for the Browns. He was an MVP on Sunday

By: NFLHeads

    Wild Card weekend is officially done, and boy was it crazy! Yesterday we wrapped up the most valuable players of Saturday’s game, today we are going to take a look at the biggest look at Sunday’s MVP’s.

Lamar Jackson

Jackson had a great game both through the air and on the ground and was instrumental in the surprise win against Tennessee. Jackson had 179 yards through the air, and 136 yards on the ground, as well as a rushing touchdown. For the first time in his short NFL career, Jackson has played well in a big game that actually matters. They will have much to prove against the Bills next week, but I believe it is possible for them to pull through.

Cameron Jordan

The Saints defense did a stellar job of pressuring Mitchell Trubisky throughout this game, and Cameron Jordan as per usual was at the center of it all. Jordan has been a dominant presence for this defense for years, and it continued today in what was definitely the most boring playoff game of the weekend.

M.J. Stewart

The Browns defensive back helped get the Browns some early leverage with a one handed interception against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and was a dominant presence throughout the day. I believe this was crucial to giving the Browns momentum in this game.

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