Seahawks still alive

Seahawks still alive

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Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers gave the team a 19-16 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. He therefore maintained his team's hopes of reaching the playoffs. 

The Washington State team is now hoping for a loss of the Green Bay Packers against the Detroit Lions to advance to the first playoff game.

It was a field goal from 32 yards that allowed the get this gain. In the final seconds of the fourth quarter tied 16-16, Jason Myers missed a 46-yard kick that could have avoided overtime, but recovered well.

Myers had three more positions during the meeting. Receiver Tyler Lockett completed a pass from Geno Smith for 36 yards. The only major of the match for the local team.

Among the visitors, Tutu Atwell completed his touchdown with an 11-yard run.

The Eagles are officially the champions of the East Division of the National

By winning by a score of 22 to 16 against the New York Giants, the Philadelphia Eagles became champions of the Eastern Division in the National Conference at Lincoln Financial Field.

The door was wide open for local training. Assured of participating in the playoffs since last week, the New York team had made the decision to rest a few important elements, including quarterback Daniel Jones. The meeting was a little more complicated than expected for Nick Sirianni's men.

In addition, the Eagles could also count on the return to play of quarterback Jalen Hurts who had missed the last two games. He finished with 229 yards through the air with no touchdown passes. His roster's only major was scored by Boston Scott with an eight-yard run. The rest of the work was done by kicker Jake Elliott, who made four field goal attempts, including 54 yards.

The first points for the losing clan came late in the third quarter when Graham Gano swung in for a 24-yard field goal that went past the center of both posts. Midway through the fourth quarter, backup center Davis Webb ran for 14 yards for the first and only touchdown for his roster in the game.

49ers Finish Strong

In San Francisco, the 49ers finished the season strong with a 38-13 win over the Arizona Cardinals at Levi's Stadium.

It's the third quarter that the California formation has taken a rhythm towards victory. Rookie quarterback Brock Purdy had another strong outing finishing the game with 178 yards and three touchdowns. Christian McCaffrey and George Kittle have twice been their targets. Kicker Robbie Gould won with a 27-yard kick.

The visiting team won first thanks to A.J. Green's middle finger on a 77-yard play prepared by quarterback David Blow. Teammate Corey Clement completed a one-yard run.

This team hoped for the Philadelphia Eagles to stumble to become National Conference East Division champions, but their hopes were dashed.