NFL in :90: Photog shoves another in New England, AFC playoff picture remains tight

Kevin Kaduk
Shutdown Corner

Sunday night was a long one at Gillette Stadium. Combine the New England Patriots erasing a 24-point deficit, an extra-heavy load of prime time commercials and an overtime that almost went the distance and everyone was there for almost four hours of game time. So you can sort of understand why one photographer got a bit snippy with another while taking pictures of Peyton Manning and Tom Brady after the game. However, you do have to wonder at what point that prickly picture taker realized his momentary meltdown was captured at the end of television's most-watched program. Thanks to our pal @cjzero, he's now GIF famous!

Elsewhere in NFL in :90, we take a look at the crowded AFC playoff picture (14 of 16 teams are still alive), the bumbling NFC North (the division went winless on Sunday, which is hard to do when two teams are playing each other) and the Tommy Boy-type hug between old friends Bruce Arians and Chuck Pagano.

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Kevin Kaduk is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at kevinkaduk@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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