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NFL: Tennessee Titans also kick out Baltimore Ravens - San Francisco 49ers defeat Vikings

After the surprise victory against the New England Patriots in the NFL playoffs, the Tennessee Titans have now thrown out the next favorite with the Baltimore Ravens. The San Francisco 49ers also defeated the Minnesota Vikings.

You did it again! The Tennessee Titans have knocked the next favorite out of competition in the North American American Football League NFL. After the surprise victory in the wild card round against the reigning Super Bowl winner New England Patriots with superstar Tom Brady, the team around quarterback Ryan Tannehill also threw the Baltimore Ravens out of the competition on Sunday night and made it to the semifinals . In Baltimore, the Titans won clearly with 28:12.

The Ravens with MVP favorite Lamar Jamackson entered the main round as the best team of the main season as a big favorite at the Super Bowl. The home team under coach John Harbaugh, which has its strengths mainly in the running game, remained pale in the Divisional Round game against the Titans. Instead, the Titans defense forced Jackson to two interceptions and a fumble. The Titans around quarterback Ryan Tannehill and running back Derrick Henry, who ran a strong 195 yards, can now play in the AFC final next weekend against the winner of the game between the Houston Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs (9:05 p.m. CEST, DAZN and Pro7) to play for the 54th Super Bowl.

Garoppolo and Sherman lead the 49ers to victory against Minnesota

In the other game of the night, the San Francisco 49ers lived up to their role as favorites: In the home game against the Minnesota Vikings, 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo led his team to a 27:10 win. The team from California went into the playoffs as the best NFC team with 13 wins and 3 defeats - only AFC leaders Baltimore (14-2) had a better record. The Vikings and quarterback Kirk Cousins, however, had qualified via the wild card round against the New Orleans Saints and veteran Drew Brees.

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With their strong defense - among other things, Bad Boy Richard Sherman scored an interception - and good running game, the 49ers gave the Vikings no chance. At halftime it was already 14:10, in the third quarter the 49ers then moved away with ten to zero points. Running back Tevin Coleman was the key player in the 49ers with two touchdown runs. In the NFC Conference Final, Coleman, Garoppolo and Co. are now up against the winner of the game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers (Monday, 12:40 a.m. CEST, Pro7 and DAZN).