Behind the box scores of the Carolina Panthers’ 31-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos’ 23-16 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers:
0: Combined touchdown passes for Denver’s Peyton Manning and Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger in their AFC divisional round game.
1: Playoff matchups between Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks. It will come in the NFC championship, when Cam Newton (Auburn, 2010) and Carolina host Carson Palmer (USC, 2002) and Arizona on Jan. 24.
5: Field goals made by Denver kicker Brandon McManus, a franchise playoff-game record.
6: Career postseason touchdown receptions for Seattle’s Jermaine Kearse, the franchise leader. He had two Sunday.
11: Seasons since both the AFC and NFC sent the top two seeds to the conference championship game.
17: Meetings between Denver’s Peyton Manning and New England’s Tom Brady, including the fifth in the AFC championship game when the quarterbacks face each other Jan. 24.
31: Points scored by Carolina, which is a postseason game franchise record.
59: Yards for Carolina’s Jonathan Stewart on his first rush of the game. He finished with 106 yards, which led all rushers this round. Stewart was the first 100-yard rusher Seattle has allowed in 26 games.
194: Total yards for Pittsburgh wide receiver Martavis Bryant (154 receiving, 40 rushing).
366: Passing yards for Seattle’s Russell Wilson.
Compiled by Noel Harris