Following the NFL Divisional Playoffs this weekend, there are four Bulldogs still seeking a berth in the Super Bowl. And since three are on the two teams advancing to the AFC Championship Game, Georgia will have at least one player in the Super Bowl for an SEC-leading 17th consecutive year. During the previous 16 years, 29 different Bulldogs have advanced to the Super Bowl.
New England 35, Tennessee 14
• Center David Andrews, a team captain, started and helped the Patriots roll up 438 total yards and 31 first downs. Andrews and his linemates did not allow a sack.
• Wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell remained on injured reserve for New England. Mitchell has resumed practicing and the Patriots say they are considering activating him for the stretch run.
• Center Ben Jones started and helped the Titans accumulate 267 total yards.
Philadelphia 15, Atlanta 10
• Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe started and had one tackle for the Eagles.
• Safety Quincy Mauger finished the year on injured reserve for Atlanta.
• Receiver Reggie Davis finished the season on the practice squad for the Falcons.
Jacksonville 45, Pittsburgh 42
• Nose tackle Abry Jones had two tackles for the Jaguars.
Jacksonville at New England
Minnesota at Philadelphia