It was a wild slate of games this Sunday with several matchups that involved playoff seeding implications and a few divisional showdowns.
Cleveland 26 - Atlanta 24 c
Brian Hoyer completed four straight passes to the Falcons 19 yard line, setting up a Billy Cundiff 37-yard field goal as time expired.
Philadelphia 43 - Tennessee 24 (Final)
It was a game the Eagles were supposed to win, and that they did, drubbing the Titans 43-24, ensuring a non-losing season.
New England 34 - Detroit 9 (Final)
Green Bay 24 - Minnesota 21 (Final)
The Vikings defense limited the big plays but still couldn’t get the stop when needed at the end.
Indianapolis 23 - Jacksonville 3 (Final)
Defensive tackle Arthur Jones returns to help Colts dominate Jacksonville 23-3 for 11th consecutive AFC South victory.
Cincinatti 22 - Houston 13 (Final)
Cincinnati plays well on the road in all phases while holding off the Texans with a balanced offense, suffocating defense and a pair of Mike Nugent fourth-quarter field goals.
Jets take: After an impressive win two weeks ago against the Pittsburg Steelers the Jets are coming off their bye and heading up to western New York to take on the Buffalo Bills.
Chicago 21 - Tampa Bay 13 (Final)
Seattle 19 - Arizona 3
Swarmed by the blitzing rush of the best team in the NFL, Russell Wilson scrambled, slipped, eluded and finally got the Seattle Seahawks in the end zone.
San Diego 27 - St. Louis 24 (Final)
Shaun Hill had the opportunity to lead the St. Louis Rams to a thrilling comeback victory on Sunday in San Diego.
Denver 39 - Miami 36 (Final)
Although they trailed for most of the game, the Broncos scored 22 4th quarter points to beat the Dolphins 39-36.
San Francisco 17 - Washington 13
The 49ers let Washington hang around, but scored the go-ahead touchdown with 2:59 remaining to get their seventh win over the season.
Dallas 31 - New York 28 (Final)
Odell Beckham makes catch of the year.
Monday, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
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