Brady, Bucs take another crack at Rams

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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are excited about another opportunity to face a regular-season nemesis in the playoffs.

The defending Super Bowl champions host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC divisional round Sunday, looking to avenge a pair of losses to the only team they've played but yet to beat since Brady joined the Bucs in 2020.

The New Orleans Saints have been Brady's biggest nemesis the past two seasons, however, the Rams have been tough on the 44-year-old quarterback, too.

KC hosts Bills in AFC title game rematch

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Stefon Diggs walked off the field inside Arrowhead Stadium back in October with two very distinct feelings: elation that his Bills had avenged an AFC title game loss to the Chiefs and the conviction that they would meet again.

Get ready for the latest throw-down between two of the league's best teams Sunday night. (MORE)

Jokic seeking 5th straight triple-double

Nikola Jokic has been playing at a different level than everyone else. The reigning MVP leads the NBA in triple-doubles this season with 11 and got his fourth straight Friday night against the Memphis Grizzlies.

The problem is Jokic's team isn't playing as well as he has been. The Denver Nuggets have lost two of their last three games and have struggled when Jokic comes out of the game. (MORE)

Warriors host Jazz in West showdown

Stephen Curry will be riding the moment of one of his career highlights Sunday night when the Golden State Warriors host the Utah Jazz in a battle of Western Conference heavyweights.

The game tips off a rugged stretch for both teams as they attempt to turn things around after a rough patch of late. (MORE)

Pens eye 16th win in 18 games, host Jets

It might be understandable if the Winnipeg Jets are sagging a bit, but that's not good timing going into a game Sunday against the red-hot Penguins in Pittsburgh.

The Jets are opening 2022 with eight straight road games because of COVID-19 issues, Sunday marking the end of that string. (MORE)

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