Shop the Best Cleats of the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round

With the NFL Playoffs in full swing, the conference championship round has been locked in after Saturday and Sunday’s divisional round action.

In Saturday’s matchups, the Atlanta Falcons bested the Seattle Seahawks thanks in large part to quarterback Matt Ryan’s stellar play with 338 yards passing and three touchdowns. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots were led to a 34-16 win over the Houston Texans with three touchdowns from running back Dion Lewis.

Sunday’s games were even more riveting, starting with quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ clutch performance as the Green Bay Packers slipped past the Dallas Cowboys, 34-31. Rounding out the weekend’s action was the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Kansas City Chiefs, during which Steelers kicker Chris Boswell set an NFL playoff record with six field goals.

Find out where you can pick up the cleats worn for the weekend’s best performances below.

Nike Alpha Field General Elite
The Nike Alpha Field General Elite worn by Matt Ryan.

Nike Alpha Field General Elite, $125; nike.com

Matt Ryan
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) looks for a receiver.
Nike Lunar Super Bad Pro
The Nike Lunar Super Bad Pro worn by Dion Lewis.
CREDIT: Shopify

Nike Lunar Super Bad Pro, $24.99-$89.98; ebay.com

Dion Lewis
New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis (33) runs ahead of Houston Texans linebacker Brian Peters.
Adidas Freak X Kevlar
Adidas Freak X Kevlar cleats worn by Aaron Rodgers.
CREDIT: Adidas

Adidas Dark Ops Freak X Kevlar, $105; adidas.com

Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers (12) runs during an NFL divisional playoff game.
Nike Tiempo Genio Leather
The Nike Tiempo Genio Leather worn by Chris Boswell.

Nike Tiempo Genio Leather, $119.99; ebay.com

Chris Boswell
Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Chris Boswell (9) kicks a field goal from the hold of Jordan Berry.

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