Tennessee Titans shock Baltimore Ravens; San Francisco 49ers beat Vikings

Tennessee Titans shock Baltimore Ravens; San Francisco 49ers beat Vikings

Tennessee Titans shock Baltimore Ravens; San Francisco 49ers beat Vikings

After a spectacular return to form this season, Sherman was stellar in the 49ers' playoff win over the Vikings on Saturday, intercepting the first pass thrown his way since Week 16 early in the third quarter.

Garoppolo finished the day with modest numbers, finishing 11-of-19 for 131 yards, one touchdown and one interception with a passer rating of 74.7.

Sunday, the Houston Texans visit the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers are at home against the Seattle Seahawks.

Nick Bosa had two sacks on a day where the 49ers defense had six total.

The Packers' road to the Super Bowl is now set: Beat the Seahawks Sunday, then beat the 49ers in San Francisco next Sunday.

The surprising Titans will meet the victor of the Houston Texans-Kansas City Chief's game for the American Football Conference (AFC) title next weekend.

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins landed 21 of 29 passes for 172 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

Buoyed by that break, the 49ers advanced to the one-yard line, where running back Coleman skipped over for the go-ahead score at 14-7.

Coming off the bye week and a franchise-record 14-2 season, confidence was high within the Ravens camp, but the top seeds found themselves trailing from the outset. Garoppolo connected with Kendrick Bourne for a three-meter touchdown to end the ride.

The teams traded field goals before the 49ers put the game out of reach 24-10 on Coleman's second touchdown run after Richard Sherman's interception of Cousin.

Henry has carried the Titans on his back in the post-season and their star pulled off the trick play of the playoffs so far by connecting on a three-yard jump pass with Davis for a third-quarter touchdown. Sherman expertly read Cousins' movements and gobbled up the football just in front of the logo before running it back 20 yards.

San Francisco didn't allow Minnesota to gain a first down for more than 27 minutes of game action starting late in the second quarter.

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