Jan 22, 2023
Damar Hamlin in attendance at Highmark Stadium for AFC Divisional Round game as Bills host Bengals
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Damar Hamlin was present for Sunday’s AFC Divisional Round game as the Buffalo Bills faced the Cincinnati Bengals, almost three weeks after the safety suffered a cardiac arrest during a Monday Night Football game between the same teams.
CBS Sports reported Hamlin arrived 90 minutes before kickoff and was taken to the Bills’ locker room in a security cart.The Bills tweeted video of Hamlin at Highmark Stadium, with his mother and brother also in attendance.
Hamlin didn’t come out on the field, according to ESPN. Hamlin and his family watched the game from a suite, according to ESPN.
“Welcome home,” the Bills official Twitter account posted before kickoff.
Sunday’s playoff matchup features the same two teams that experienced the horrifying incident on Jan 2. The second-year safety was rushed to the hospital that night and was released a week later. Hamlin was then transferred to a Buffalo facility and discharged two days later.
Hamlin supported his teammates from home last week when the Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins, 34-31, in the AFC Wild Card matchup. Hamlin live-tweeted throughout the game, praising teammates as they scored touchdowns.
“My heart is with my guys as they compete today!” Hamlin wrote on Twitter before last week’s victory against the Dolphins.
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NFL Weather Report for conference championship Sunday (What’s the Forecast for Every NFL Team and Matchup Today?)
We have arrived at conference championship Sunday. Two games to decide who is going to the Super Bowl.
We know that Patrick Mahomes has a bad ankle and Travis Kelce is now on the injury report with a back injury, but will the weather impact the game? We got you covered with a ton of betting content for you here, but here’s the weather forecast for each conference title game:San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles weather
It should be as warm as it can be in Philadelphia in late January, around 52 degrees with some slight wind of about 10-12 miles per hour during the afternoon kickoff, so there shouldn’t be any weather impact on this game.
This total has held steady all week long at 46.5 with two teams that are as talented as can be in the NFC, so this can be shaping up for an offensive explosion if Brock Purdy is capable of finding his talented skill position players.Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs weather
Temperatures should be in the low 20’s at the time of kickoff on Sunday night with about 11-12 miles per hour winds in the forecast. The total hasn’t moved all that much as the weather shouldn’t play a huge factor but injuries are the biggest question.
Mahomes is nursing an ankle injury and Kelce was a late add to the injury report with a back injury and is questionable for Sunday’s matchup, but this total has stayed right by the opener of 48.
Overall, it’ll be cold, but weather won’t play a role.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.