#BuiltByUCF - Super Wild Card Weekend

A number of former UCF football players were in action on Saturday and Sunday for the NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend, including Gabriel Davis, who caught four passes for 85 yards in the Buffalo Bills' first playoff victory in 25 years.

Davis and the Bills, the second seed in the AFC, defeated the seventh-seeded Indianapolis Colts 27-24 Saturday. Davis made a number of crucial catches for the home team in his first-career playoff game as a rookie in the NFL.

The Bills advance to host the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round next weekend.

New Orleans Saints receiver Tre'Quan Smith is the on the injured reserved after ankle injury suffered during the regular season, but teammate Latavius Murray helped lead the Saints to a Wild Card win over the Chicago Bears, 21-9, on CBS and Nickelodeon.

Murray, who started at running back, rushed four times for nine yards and caught two passes for 11 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown reception from Drew Brees. Murray and the Saints now move on to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the divisional round.

Charley Hughlett, Cleveland's long snapper, helped lead the Browns to a Wild Card win over rival Pittsburgh, 48-37. Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin's Seahawks lost to the Los Angeles Rams 30-20.

Blake Bortles of the Rams and Matthew Wright of the Steelers were both inactive this weekend.