NFL Playoffs: Prescott's involuntary somersault leads Dallas to the quarter-finals

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The Los Angeles Chargers announced on Monday they've added tight end Hunter Henry to their active roster for Sunday's divisional-round game against the New England Patriots.

Users can download the app and watch the game regardless of mobile network. Considering the Colts were the last seed in on the AFC side, the Chargers and Ravens are playing for a date with Tom Brady.

The Chargers and the Patriots are set to kick off at 1:05 p.m. E.T. The game will be on CBS.

The Cowboys all but put the game away with an 11-play, 63-yard drive, capped by Prescott's 1-yard score, that took 5:14 off the clock before Seattle's late TD. It also means if Indianapolis beats Kansas City and Baltimore beats the Chargers and New England, they'll host the AFC championship game.

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The Cowboys' defense limited Seattle's league-leading rushing attack to just 73 yards on 24 carries. It was the only quarter of Wilson's career, including playoffs, in which he had negative yards passing.

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For a while, the Patriots had a legitimate deep threat in Josh Gordon, who was acquired in September from the Cleveland Browns. He had several drop-kicks during the season, as recently as Week 16 when Janikowski left with an injury but returned to the game.

Brady has played in eight Super Bowls, five times on the winning side, while Rivers has yet to appear on the game's biggest stage and, considering his age, this could be his last good chance.

You know that nifty "Fight For L.A." slogan the transplanted Chargers came up with when they moved from San Diego?

Whether defensive coordinator Gus Bradley decides to deploy the seven defensive back look again or go back to the normal scheme, they will have to be on their A-game against the future Hall of Famer. It will be interesting to see if it challenges below 45 points or whether it will meet resistance at the current mark to potentially work its way back higher.

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