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Four Mountaineers To Shine in NFL Divisional Action Tonight

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It’s all on the line now, and four Mountaineers remain in Super Bowl contention.

Today at 4:30 p.m., Nissan Stadium and the one-seed Tennessee Titans (12-5) will host the four-seed Cincinnati Bengals (11-7). Both teams roster Mountaineers and NFL mainstays for their respective teams; the Titans and linebacker David Long Jr. will line up across from Bengals left guard Quinton Spain.

The 8:15 p.m. game will feature the six-seed San Francisco 49ers (11-7) against the one-seed Green Bay Packers (13-4) at a snowy Lambeau Field. Former Mountaineer teammates Colton McKivitz (49ers offensive tackle) and Rasul Douglas (Packers cornerback) will square up under the lights in Green Bay tonight.

 

Tomorrow’s Los Angeles Rams – Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills – Kansas City Chiefs games are devoid of former West Virginia players. Regardless of how these Divisional Round games go, though, there is a 50 percent chance that a Mountaineer will suit up for Super Bowl LVI.

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