UPDATE JUNE 2 9PM ET: Tomorrow, Friday, June 3, we'll be releasing 1,000 Super Wild Card Weekend packs from our reserves in our "Hot Drop." The "numbers in packs" for editions listed below reflect the number of Moment NFTs across all 37,500 Super Wild Card Weekend packs created, so this number does not reflect the exact number of Moments available in the Friday "Hot Drop." Because Moments are placed into packs at random, we do not know the exact number of Moments available for each edition in the "Replay" drop.

See below for a full list of Moment editions in Super Wild Card Weekend packs.

Josh Allen (BUF): Legendary SE - (43 in packs)

Forget the single-digit January temperatures in Buffalo. Josh Allen wasn't fazed, dicing up the New England defense for 308 yards on 21-of-25 passing and throwing five touchdowns. He also carried the ball six times for 66 yards, the true engine of the Bills' offense. No play was more emblematic of that than his first-quarter touchdown to Dawson Knox, with Allen scrambling around to extend the play, only to softly float at touch pass to the back of the end zone to his tight end to open the scoring. Buffalo would go on to win, 47-17, on Jan. 15, 2022.

Micah Hyde (BUF): Legendary SE - (44 in packs)

Micah Hyde closed the gap quickly as he came over the top to help in coverage on this deep pass from Mac Jones. Tracking the ball over his shoulder, he pulled in the interception in the end zone on what would have been an impressive grab even for a wide receiver, let alone a defensive back. Hyde added two total tackles in the game, a 47-17 Buffalo win over New England on Jan. 15, 2022.

Patrick Mahomes II (KC): Legendary SE - (43 in packs)

Patrick Mahomes II put on a master class in playoff quarterbacking against the Steelers, completing 30-of-39 passes for 404 yards, five touchdowns, and one interception through the air. He completed passes to eight different receivers and added three rushes for 29 yards for good measure. Following his lead, Kansas City would go on to win, 42-21, and eliminate Pittsburgh from the playoffs on Jan. 16, 2022.

Odell Beckham Jr. (LA): Legendary SE - (43 in packs)

Odell Beckham Jr. did it all against Arizona. Toe-tap TD in tight space? Done. Big gain down the sideline to the doorstep of the end zone? Done. Throwing it deep across the field for a 40-yard gain to set his team up in the red zone? Of course, done. Beckham Jr. caught four passes for 54 yards and a score against the Cardinals, plus completed his lone pass attempt of the game for 40 yards in a 34-11 Rams win over Arizona on Jan. 17, 2022.

Germaine Pratt (CIN): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

On 4th and Goal with 0:17 to play, Cincinnati's first playoff win since 1991 was in reach. Germaine Pratt read the quarterback's eyes as Derek Carr tried to thread the needle to his receiver at the goal line. Pratt stepped in front of the pass, intercepting it and sealing the victory for the Bengals. Pratt added nine total tackles in the 26-19 win on Jan. 15, 2022.

Joe Burrow (CIN): Rare SE - (925 in packs)

Joe Burrow escaped the collapsing pocket and extended the play as he rolled to the right. In the back of the end zone stood Tyler Boyd, who pulled in Burrow's floating pass for the score. An inadvertent whistle on the play was, for a moment, a cause for discussion among the referees, who ultimately kept the touchdown on the board. Cincinnati would go on to win, 26-19, on Jan. 15, 2022. He finished 24-of-34 for 244 yards and two touchdowns in the victory.

Travis Kelce (KC): Rare SE - (925 in packs)

Travis Kelce has always been a difference-maker in the red zone. It's usually as a pass catcher, though, and not in the way he was utilized here, throwing a two-yard touchdown pass to Byron Pringle off the play action. It was Kelce's lone pass attempt of the game to go along with his five catches for 108 yards and another score. Kansas City would go on to win, 42-21, on Jan. 16, 2022.

David Long Jr. (LA): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

As Kyler Murray tried to avoid surrendering a safety, he flipped this ball into the air to the right side. David Long Jr. spotted the floating toss and undercut the intended receiver to nab it out of the air and take it back three yards for the touchdown. Long Jr. added a tackle in Los Angeles' 34-11 victory over Arizona on Jan. 17, 2022

Von Miller (LA): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

Von Miller got low to drive his way around the edge en route to the quarterback. And before the play could develop for Arizona, he pulled down Kyler Murray for his first playoff sack since 2015. Miller registered six total tackles on the day, including three for a loss, in Los Angeles' 34-11 win over the Cardinals on Jan. 17, 2022.

Deebo Samuel (SF): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

Deebo Samuel took the handoff out of the shotgun here and, just as it looked like he'd be brought down somewhere amidst the cloud of defenders along the near sideline, he cut it back toward the middle of the field and emerged untouched. One more cut between two Dallas defenders, a burst of speed, and he was gone for six. Samuel carried the ball 10 times for 72 yards and caught three passes for 38 yards in San Francisco's 23-17 victory over Dallas on Jan. 16, 2022.

Mike Evans (TB): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

Mike Evans created separation from his defender as he streaked across the field on this route, pulling in the pass from Tom Brady, sneaking out of the reach of a diving tackle, and flipping into the end zone for the score. Evans caught nine passes for 117 yards and this score in Tampa Bay's 31-15 victory over Philadelphia on Jan. 16, 2022.

Shaquil Barrett (TB): Rare SE - (926 in packs)

Shaquil Barrett only needed one hand to reach up and snag this interception out of the air in the third quarter. Quarterback Jalen Hurts had tried to float it over Barrett's head but didn't get enough air underneath it and Barrett forced the turnover. A short return gave the ball back to Tampa Bay's offense, starting in Eagles territory. The Buccaneers would go on to win, 31-15, on Jan. 16, 2022.

Dawson Knox (BUF): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

The defender got a hand on this pass, but Dawson Knox kept his concentration and pulled it in anyway, tumbling toward the end zone before being marked down at the one-yard line. Two plays later, Buffalo would score to extend its fourth-quarter lead. Knox caught five passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns in the game, a 47-17 victory over New England on Jan. 15, 2022.

Devin Singletary (BUF): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

After picking up the first down, Devin Singletary bounced it outside and picked up a block. It was a race to the end zone from there, which he won, scampering in from 16 yards out for a touchdown to extend Buffalo's lead before halftime. Singletary carried the ball 16 times on the day for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills' 47-17 victory over New England on Jan. 15, 2022.

Levi Wallace (BUF): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Levi Wallace tracked this pass as it popped up into the air and laid out to make the interception, giving the ball back to Buffalo out near midfield. He added five total tackles in the Bills' 47-17 victory over New England on Jan. 15, 2022.

C.J. Uzomah (CIN): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

C.J. Uzomah sat down in the end zone on this route and made himself a target for quarterback Joe Burrow, who found him for the tight-window score. Uzomah celebrated with Cincinnati's favorite dance move to cap a 10-play, 75-yard drive that gave the Bengals an early 7-3 lead. They would never trail again in a 26-19 win over Las Vegas on Jan. 15, 2022. Uzomah finished with six catches for 64 yards and this score in the win.

Mike Hilton (CIN): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Mike Hilton laid out to break up this third-down Derek Carr pass, intended for Hunter Renfrow. The incompletion halted a promising Raiders' drive and they had to settle for a field goal. Cincinnati's offense would respond with a touchdown and would not trail again from that point forward in a 26-19 win over Las Vegas on Jan. 15, 2022. Hilton added four total tackles in the victory.

Trey Hendrickson (CIN): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Trey Hendrickson came roaring around the edge on this sack and locked in on Derek Carr as he loaded up to throw, knocking the ball loose on impact and forcing a fumble. Teammate Larry Ogunjobi would scoop it up for the recovery to set Cincinnati up with a new set of downs in Las Vegas territory. It was Hendrickson's lone tackle of the game, but a hugely impactful one, in a 26-19 Cincinnati win over the Raiders on Jan. 15, 2022.

Jerick McKinnon (KC): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Jerick McKinnon did a little bit of everything to impact Kansas City's playoff win over Pittsburgh, carrying the ball 12 times for 61 yards while also catching six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown. His all-around game helped lift the Chiefs to a 42-21 victory on Jan. 16, 2022.

Tershawn Wharton (KC): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

No one picked up Tershawn Wharton as he came bursting through the line, giving him an unimpeded run at the quarterback. He wrapped up Ben Roethlisberger, brought him down for the third-down sack, and forced a Pittsburgh punt. It was Wharton's lone tackle -- but an impactful one -- in Kansas City's 42-21 win over the Steelers on Jan. 16, 2022.

Cooper Kupp (LA): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

Cooper Kupp saved this pass from the turf as he broke toward the pylon on this red-zone route, pulling it into his body as he tumbled into the end zone for the score. Kupp caught five passes for 61 yards and this touchdown in the game, a 34-11 victory over Arizona on Jan. 17, 2022.

Matthew Stafford (LA): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

Matthew Stafford notched his first career playoff win in this victory over the Cardinals, going 13-of-17 passing for 202 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He also carried the ball six times for 22 yards in Los Angeles' 34-11 victory over Arizona on Jan. 17, 2022.

Mac Jones (NE): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Mac Jones dropped this dime into a tight window in the back corner of the end zone, right into the hands of wide receiver Kendrick Bourne, who pulled it in for the score. Jones finished 24-of-38 on the day for 232 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in New England's 47-17 loss to Buffalo on Jan. 15, 2022.

Ben Roethlisberger (PIT): Common SE - (6,558 in packs)

Likely his last touchdown pass in an NFL game, Ben Roethlisberger floated this one up to James Washington and the receiver went up and got it, pulling it in, tapping two feet inside the boundary, and completing the catch for the score. Roethlisberger completed 29-of-44 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns in the game, a 42-21 loss to Kansas City that eliminated Pittsburgh from the playoffs on Jan. 16, 2022.

Brandon Aiyuk (SF):Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

Brandon Aiyuk's improvisation freed him up on this route, then a nifty cutback shook a Dallas defender near midfield and gave him even more green space to pick up yards after the catch. In all, the 49ers picked up 37 yards on the catch-and-run and earned a fresh set of downs in Cowboys territory. Aiyuk caught five passes for 66 yards in San Francisco's 23-17 victory over Dallas on Jan. 16, 2022.

Elijah Mitchell (SF): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

Elijah Mitchell made good use of a block from Kyle Juszczyk on the right side to cut back inside and race to the pylon for the touchdown. The play capped a seven-play, 75-yard drive and gave San Francisco its first points of the game. Mitchell carried the ball 27 times for 96 yards on the day in the 49ers' 23-17 victory over Dallas on Jan. 16, 2022.

K'Waun Williams (SF): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

K'Waun Williams made this impressive interception as he was falling to the ground in the third quarter, giving the 49ers an instant offensive possession in Dallas territory after the turnover. Williams added two total tackles in San Francisco's 23-17 win over the Cowboys on Jan. 16, 2022.

Rob Gronkowski (TB): Common SE - (6,557 in packs)

No one picked up Rob Gronkowski after this play action, leaving him wide open in the middle of the end zone from two yards out. Tom Brady found him with the easy pass and Tampa Bay extended its lead in the third quarter. Gronkowski caught five passes for 31 yards and this score on the day in a 31-15 Buccaneers win over Philadelphia on Jan. 16, 2022.