NFL American football Championship of 2019-20 (Part 1)
February 1, 2020
The NFL 2019 American football Season has to wait until the final match of the final week of the qualifying round to determine the seed order and frame for 12 teams of this year’s championship round.
Unexpectedly, the New England Patriots unexpectedly lost to the Miami Dolphins, one of the weakest, right at home with a score of 27-24 in their last qualifying match.
The result of this match, along with the result of the Kansas City Chiefs winning against San Diego Chargers 31-21, pushed Patriots from No. 2 seed to No. 3 and did not take a break in the first week of the championship round. This is the first time in a decade that the Patriots have been forced to play in the first round.
Elsewhere, the picture of the championship round was formed as one had expected. The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants in the pouring rain and topped the NFC East table with the No. 4 seed.
The Tennessee Titans won the final ticket after beating Houston Texans thanks to the brave throws of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the amazing catches of the wide receiverA.J. Brown, a rising star should be noticed in the championship round.
And running back Derrick Henry – an average of 100 yards in the last six qualifying matches, including 188 yards in Chiefs, 159 yards of Jacksonville Jaguars and 149 yards of Indianapolis Colts – has run more than 200 yards and made three touchdowns, securing the No. 1 ball player this year.
Looking through the NFC team, the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers clashed in the final match of the qualifier to decide the high and low position of the NFC West table – as well as the No. 1 seed of the NFC group – with the match taking place in Seattle, and is arguably the best qualifier since the beginning of the season.