The crossroads of the confrontations for the Conference title gamesboth of the AFC as of the nfc.
In the american conferencethe Kansas City Chiefs will face the cincinnati bengals in it Arrowhead Stadium.
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While in the National Conference, Philadelphia Eagles will be measured at san francisco 49ers in it Lincoln Financial Field.
And as always, Latin blood is present in the nfl, there were four players who were active and who have Latin American roots.
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Fred Warner | San Francisco 49ers linebacker
Frederico Anthony Warner Mexican American, led the 49ers with 9 total tackles, 7 of them solo (one for turnover).
Warner intercepted a pass from quarterback Dak Prescott; it was the second interception Prescott would suffer during the game.
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He has become one of the key pieces in the Niners’ defense; he also forced an incomplete pass intended for CeeDee Lamb.
Fred Warner in some games of the season has carried the flag of Mexico on his helmet.
Isiah Pacheco | Running back for Kansas City Chiefs
The Puerto Rican running back of the Kansas City Chiefs, isiah pachecohad an outstanding participation.
This is his first year in the NFL, against the Jacksonville Jaguars had 12 carries for 95 yards; the longest was 39 yards.
He also got a 6-yard reception.
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Robert Quinn | Philadelphia Eagles Defensive End
the player of boricua roots Robert Quinn was part of the great game for the Philadelphians, in which they defeated the Giants 38-7 in the Lincoln Financial Field.
Here are Quinn’s stats: 1 TOT, 16 snaps on defense (31%).
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Jon Feliciano | New York Giants Center
The new york giants and the Puerto Rican Jon Feliciano #76 were eliminated at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles. Here are Feliciano’s numbers: 52 snaps on offense (100%), 1 snap with special teams (4%).