The NFL Playoffs Division Round typically separates the contenders from the pretenders. The men from the boys. Teams coming off a week of rest in their own stadium just two wins from the Super Bowl. The most thrilling game over the weekend was the late game Sunday and it ended in historical fashion. With ten seconds left on their side of the field and no time outs, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs did the impossible. Simply hoping for a sideline throw, to set up a field goal try Vikings QB Case Keenum threw a perfect pass (go back and look at the location, it was perfect) to Diggs on the sideline who performed a Houdini act to avoid two defenders and streak down the sideline and score. Game over, Vikings defeat the New Orleans Saints 29-24. Diggs was already Keenum's highest yardage yielding target of the day prior to the miracle finish, but the 61 yard strike enabled Diggs to finish with 6 catches, 137 yards, and the 61 yard TD. In one play, Stefon Diggs rewrote the NFL history books, and certainly earned the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!
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