The NFL playoffs are just getting started.
Here are the latest news and storylines heading into Sunday.
Seahawks win another NFC title.
Seattle has won two of its past three division titles, but they’re heading to a playoff game that is arguably their toughest yet.
The Seahawks have been outscored 28-8 in the playoffs so far this season.
But the defending Super Bowl champion Carolina Panthers have been the better team.
The Panthers are inching closer to a Super Bowl title and they are currently undefeated in the regular season and the playoffs.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN and the Seahawks will play the Pittsburgh Steelers in what will be their first meeting since the Seahawks lost the NFC championship game in January.
The last time Seattle played the Panthers was in the 2013 NFC championship.
Seattle’s offensive woes and quarterback Russell Wilson’s injury have hurt the team but the defense has been outstanding as well.
The team has a new coach in Pete Carroll, who is known for his play-calling.
Wilson, the former Stanford quarterback, is entering his second season in the league.
He has thrown for more than 4,000 yards and nine touchdowns.
Wilson has thrown more than 400 passes in his career.
NFL players celebrate after beating the Atlanta Falcons for the NFC South title.
Seahawks players took the field for the final time to celebrate the NFC West title on Sunday.
Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch and Kam Chancellor all had a big day on the field.
Wilson threw for 479 yards and six touchdowns, while Lynch had five catches for 139 yards.
Chancellor added a touchdown on a long touchdown run.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Okung had four catches for 78 yards and two touchdowns.
New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady takes the field and gets mobbed by fans after winning the AFC Championship.
Brady, who was not available for comment on Monday, was mobbed as he entered the tunnel after the Patriots beat the Atlanta Braves.
Brady was voted the NFL MVP.
“It’s a very special moment for me,” Brady said.
“I’m very proud of the team.
It’s been an incredible season.
It has been a very competitive season for us and I think we’ve done some good things and a lot of good things.
And I’m just proud of how we’ve handled ourselves.”
Brady finished with seven touchdowns and no interceptions.
Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford leads the Eagles to a 27-24 victory over the Houston Texans in Week 17.
Bradford completed 16 of 21 passes for 208 yards and three touchdowns.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is held to one of his worst passing records in franchise history.
The Bears lost their first game of the season and were swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Carolina Panthers.
Cutler completed 11 of 21 for 193 yards and a touchdown.
Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu is a late addition to the Patriots roster.
Sanu was signed to the team’s practice squad in March.
He played in the Bengals’ Week 1 game against the Pittsburgh Panthers but was inactive for the next three weeks.
Bengals safety Nate Washington and wide receiver A.J. Green get hit by a screen pass.
Washington was the only safety to get hurt during the game and Green had an ankle injury.
Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso is the first player in Dolphins history to record two interceptions.
He intercepted Tyrod Taylor on a third-and-1 and recovered the ball for the touchdown in the third quarter.
The play set up Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill for a 28-yard touchdown pass to receiver DeVante Parker in the fourth quarter.
Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian throws a pass in the end zone for a touchdown in his first NFL start.
Siemian finished the first half with two interceptions, a touchdown and a fumble recovery.
Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane goes to work on the goal line for a safety in his debut.
Cowboys linebacker Travis Frederick is knocked down by a linebacker in the backfield during the third-quarter kickoff.
Chargers receiver Dez Bryant has a one-handed catch for a 2-yard gain.
Bryant had two catches for 13 yards.
Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones gets tackled by Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher during the first quarter.
Bengals receiver Mohamed Amadi gets his hands on a football during the fourth-quarter kick.
Panthers defensive end Chris Jones, linebacker Jayrone Elliott and defensive tackle Aaron Williams all have a sack.
Bengals guard T.J., left, tackles Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett during the second quarter.
Eagles cornerback Darqueze Dennard makes a play on the fumble recovery in the second half.
Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is tackled by Texans quarterback Case Keenum during the final minute of the fourth period.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is sacked by Patriots safety Ryan Clark during the last minute of overtime. 20.