SCOREBOARDSunday, Jan. 25Pro Bowl, 8 p.m. EST (ESPN). The NFLs all-star game will be played at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the site of the Super Bowl. Hall of Fame wide receivers Cris Carter and Michael Irvin are alumni captains who will draft players to form teams among both AFC and NFC players.___Sunday, Feb. 1Super Bowl, 6:30 p.m. EST (NBC). Russell Wilson and the defending champion Seattle Seahawks (14-4) take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots (14-4), in a matchup of the No. 1 seeds in the NFC and AFC, respectively.___STARSPassing— Tom Brady, Patriots, was 23 of 35 for 226 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-7 rout of Indianapolis to lead New England to the Super Bowl.— Russell Wilson, Seahawks, overcame a four-interception game by throwing his lone touchdown in overtime, a 35-yard game-winner to Jermaine Kearse that led Seattle to the Super Bowl with a 28-22 victory over the Green Bay Packers.___Rushing— LeGarrette Blount, Patriots, ran for 148 yards and three TDs on 30 carries in New Englands 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.— Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, ran for 157 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown that gave Seattle a brief lead late in the fourth quarter of a 28-22 overtime win over the Green Bay Packers.___Receiving— Julian Edelman, Patriots, caught nine passes for 98 yards to help New England top Indianapolis 45-7.— Doug Baldwin, Seahawks, had six catches for 106 yards in Seattles Super Bowl-clinching 28-22 overtime victory over the Green Bay Packers.___Defence— Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Packers, intercepted Russell Wilson twice in Green Bays 28-22 overtime loss to Seattle.— Darrelle Revis and Jamie Collins, Patriots, each intercepted Andrew Luck in New Englands 45-7 rout of Indianapolis.___Special Teams— Jon Ryan and Garry Gilliam, Seahawks. Ryan, Seattles punter and holder on field goals, completed a 19-yard TD pass to offensive tackle Garry Gilliam on a fake field goal in the third quarter of the Seahawks 28-22 overtime win over Green Bay.— Mason Crosby, Packers, kicked five field goals, including a 48-yarder with 14 seconds left that sent the game to overtime before Green Bay fell 28-22 to the Seattle Seahawks.___SUPER DUOBill Belichick and Tom Brady are headed to a special place where no coach or player has gone more: the Super Bowl. They earned their sixth trip with the second-most lopsided AFC championship victory ever, a 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts. With his sixth Super Bowl berth, Brady surpassed John Elway for the most by a quarterback and tied defensive lineman Mike Lodish for most by any player. Belichicks sixth visit tied him with Don Shulas for most by a coach.___MILESTONESNew England tied Dallas and Pittsburgh for the most appearances in the Super Bowl with eight. ... Seattle became the first defending champion to make the Super Bowl in 10 years, when New England (2003-04) accomplished the feat. ... Indianapolis Adam Vinatieri (30) passed Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (29) for the most career post-season games played in NFL history. ... New England running back LeGarrette Blount tied wide receiver David Givens for the most post-season TDs in franchise history with seven. All of Blounts have come against Indianapolis.___STREAKS & STATSSeattles five giveaways in a 28-22 overtime win over Green Bay on Sunday were the most the Seahawks have had since Pete Carroll took over as coach in 2010. ... Seattles 16-point comeback in a 28-22 overtime win over Green Bay on Sunday was the largest ever in a conference title game. The Colts defeated the Patriots after trailing 21-6 in 2006.___OVERPOWERINGNew Englands 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts was the second-most lopsided AFC championship victory ever. The biggest blowout was Buffalos 51-3 win over the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1990 season.___BOSTICKS BOBBLEAfter the Seahawks cut the deficit to 19-14 with 2:09 left, their onside kick went high to Packers tight end Brandon Bostick — but he couldnt gather it and Seattles Chris Matthews recovered at the 50. The crowd, quiet since Seattle fell behind 16-0, came alive, and Marshawn Lynch sped and powered his way to a 24-yard TD run. On the 2-point conversion, Wilson — about to be sacked — threw a desperate pass hauled in by Luke Willson to make it 22-19 with 1:25 remaining. Mason Crosby tied it to force overtime, but the Seahawks won it in the extra period.___UN-LUCK-YFor Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 45-7 loss to New England was the worst game of his three-year career and the fourth rout in his four career games against the Patriots, all by at least three touchdowns. He completed 12 of 33 passes for 126 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions. He lost 43-22 in last seasons divisional playoff with Blount rushing for 166 yards and four touchdowns. And on Nov. 16, he lost 43-22 as Jonas Gray rushed for 201 yards and four touchdowns.___SPECIAL PLAYSSpecial teams trickery lifted the Seahawks back into the game after falling behind 16-0. Their first touchdown came on a fake field goal when holder Jon Ryan threw 19 yards to tackle eligible Garry Gilliam in the third quarter. And Chris Matthews onside kick recovery with 2 minutes left kept the Seahawks alive before Seattle beat Green Bay 28-22 in overtime.___SURPRISE CONTRIBUTOREight days after baffling Baltimore with a four-man offensive linemen formation that drew a loud protest from Ravens coach John Harbaugh in the Patriots 35-31 divisional win, Bill Belichick called a pass to left tackle Nate Solder, who was eligible, that resulted in a 16-yard touchdown that made it 24-7 with just under five minutes gone in the third quarter. It was the first NFL catch for Solder, who was a tight end in college. The Patriots won 45-7. Solder is the third offensive lineman in Patriots history to catch a TD pass, joining Tom Ashworth (2005) and Pete Brock (1976).___QUIET EDDIEGreen Bay running back Eddie Lacy finished with 21 carries for 73 yards in the Packers 28-22 overtime loss to Seattle. In a crucial possession in the fourth quarter, Aaron Rodgers handed off to Lacy three straight times, and Green Bay failed to get the first down.___INJURIESSeahawks All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman played much of the final quarter of Seattles 28-22 win over Green Bay holding his left arm at his chest. He quietly left the field with his arm still pinned to his body, an NFC championship towel hanging off his right arm. Sherman said after the game about the Super Bowl: I will 100 per cent be able to play. ... Seahawks All-Pro safety Earl Thomas suffered a left shoulder injury in the second quarter, but returned before halftime and played the entire second half. Guard J.R. Sweezy also appeared to be slowed by a foot injury in the second half, but never left the game.___SPEAKINGI know weve had some ups and downs this year, but right now were up, baby, and were going to try to stay up for one more game. — New Englands Tom Brady after the Patriots advanced to the Super Bowl with a 45-7 rout of Indianapolis.___The will and the drive of these men is unbelievable. We always find a way to finish. — Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson after the Seahawks earned a return trip to the Super Bowl with a 28-22 overtime win over Green Bay.___Its going to be a missed opportunity that Ill probably think about for the rest of my career. We were the better team today, we played well enough to win. 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Umberger and Curtis McElhinney posted his first shutout since 2011 in a 4-0 victory on Friday night. Nick Foles Youth Jersey . Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Doug Martin broke the news that hes cleared for full activity moving forward.ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- For Bills safety Jairus Byrd, there was nothing like the sight of watching Jets backup quarterback Matt Simms trot out on the field early in the fourth quarter Sunday. To Byrd, that was a signal that he and Buffalos defence had done its job in thoroughly rattling rookie starter Geno Smith. "It sits great with us," Byrd said. "Any time you can do that, it means were being relentless out there." That was the case from start to finish as the Bills defence and blustery winds gusting up to 30 mph proved too much for Smith and the Jets to handle in Buffalos dominating 37-14 victory. Byrd had two interceptions. Defensive tackle Kyle Williams had two sacks and forced a fumble. And, safety DaNorris Searcy returned another Smith interception 32 yards for a touchdown as Buffalo turned four turnovers by the quarterback into 17 points. The Bills got after Smith from the Jets opening possession. Thats when defensive tackle Marcell Dareus briefly knocked the quarterback out of the game by hitting him in the mid-section. "First play of the game, I knew that we had him," Dareus said. "We got a big lick on him, and he kind of rolled around. We knew right then we were in his head. From then on, he looked crazy, looked scattered." The Bills also didnt take too kindly upon hearing the Jets spent part of Saturday at Dave & Busters, a chain restaurant and entertainment venue in suburban Buffalo. "Me personally, I feel theyre disrespectful in the first place, so it didnt shock me," Bills defensive end Mario Williams said. Jets coach Rex Ryan defended the decision, saying it wasnt meant to be disrespectful. "I dont know why thats added motivation. We do different things when were on the road," Ryan said. "We went out as a team, so thats what we did." The Bills (4-7) snapped a three-game skid and enter their bye week by winning for only the second time in seven games. The Jets (5-5), coming off their bye, continued their string of inconsistent outings by becoming the NFLs first team to alternate wins and losses through the first 10 games of the season. Smith, a second-round pick out of West Virginia, went 8 of 23 for 103 yards passing, and was blunt in assessing his outing. "The way I can sum up this game is awful," Smith said. "I couldnt hit anything today. I jusst wasnt hitting the mark.dddddddddddd" Bills rookie quarterback EJ Manuel, selected 16th overall out of Florida State, was far better. He finished 20 of 28 for 245 yards passing and two scores. And he did so with Buffalo playing minus both starting receivers: Stevie Johnson (groin) and Robert Woods (sprained left ankle). Smith has now gone a combined 36 of 72 for 377 yards passing, with no touchdowns and five interceptions in his past three games. And hes particularly struggled on the road, where he dropped to 1-4 and thrown four touchdown passes and 10 interceptions. Overall, he has eight touchdowns, 16 interceptions and has lost four fumbles. Ryan attempted to deflect criticism directed at his quarterback by noting Smith had little protection. "With that protection, you couldve had Joe Namath back there and I dont think it wouldve mattered today," Ryan said. "Obviously, when you turn the ball over four times, thats a poor performance." It was so bad that the Jets managed just 267 yards offence and a season-low 12 first downs. Under Smith, the Jets produced 4 yards offence, no first downs and committed two turnovers on 13 plays over the final five possessions of the first half. Jets running back Chris Ivory scored on a 1-yard plunge on fourth down. Simms marched the Jets on a six-play, 62-yard drive, capped by a 13-yard pass to Jeff Cumberland with 9:36 left. The Bills took control in the final minutes of the first half. Starting with Manuels 34-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Graham with 4:05 left, Buffalo scored 17 points over a span of 2:50 to build a 20-0 lead with 65 seconds left in the first half. Kyle Williams sack and forced fumble led to fullback Frank Summers scoring on a 3-yard run. Then Byrds first interception set up Dan Carpenters 42-yard field goal. NOTES: The conditions were so tough that a tear-away portion of the football-field sized American flag came undone during the national anthem. ... Jets PK Nick Folk missed his first field-goal attempt of the season after a 48-yarder sailed wide right. Folks streak ended at 23 straight, one short of matching the franchise record set by Jay Feely from 2008-09. ... Among those in attendance was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who played a big role last year in negotiating the Bills 10-year lease agreement to stay at Ralph Wilson Stadium. ' ' '