Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi (23) runs into Shazier (50) during the first half.
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Aaron Rodgers matched a Green Bay playoff record with four touchdown passes Sunday while Le'Veon Bell ran for a Pittsburgh playoff record 167 yards and two touchdowns to spark first-round home routs.The Packers stretched their NFL win streak to seven games by ripping the New York Giants 38-13 as Rodgers threw for 362 yards and four TDs.Green Bay answered just five plays later, with Rodgers throwing a 30-yard touchdown to Cobb to extend the lead and Mason Crosby added a field goal for a 24-13 Packers lead entering the fourth quarter.Rodgers threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Cobb and Aaron Ripkowski scored on a 1-yard touchdown run to stretch the final margin.Miami's Andrew Franks kicked a 38-yard field goal but Pittsburgh answered on Bell's 1-yard touchdown run, followed by Franks adding a 47-yard field goal for the Dolphins trimming the Steeler lead to 20-6 .
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