NFL Week 14: Scores, Recaps and Bloodbaths

Divisional races take shape, wild card berths are earned and playoff hopes are dashed as we are in the last quarter of the NFL season.

Pittsburgh Steelers, 42 vs. Cinncinati Bengals, 21


Premium Story: Matt Steel, who had become quite the curmudgeon of late, is finally happy with what he's seeing from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

St. Louis Rams, 24 vs. Washington Redskins, 0


The St. Louis Rams shook off a sluggish first half with a strong third quarter and used another dominating defensive effort to blanks the Washington Redskins.

New York Giants, 36 vs. Tennessee Titans, 7


The Tennessee Titans made a statement today, and it looked like an attempt to surpass the Oakland Raiders as the worst team in the NFL.

Carolina Panthers, 41 vs. New Orleans Saints, 10


Takeaways from Panthers takedown of Saints.

New York Jets, 24 vs. Minnesota Vikings, 30


Jarius Wright and Charles Johnson both scored touchdowns and eclipsed 100 yards receiving, the latter being a rarity for the Vikings this season.

Baltimore Ravens, 28 vs. Miami Dolphins, 13


Indianapolis Colts, 25 vs. Cleveland Browns, 24


Shaky Colts upend Browns in final minute.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 17 vs. Detroit Lions, 34


It was about a year ago when a loss to a struggling Buccaneers team was among the low lights of a second-half collapse by the Lions. The team has an opportunity to take a different path this year and they took their first step in doing so by beating Tampa Bay.

Houston Texans, 27 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, 13


Buffalo Bills, 17 vs. Denver Broncos, 24


Broncos beat Buffalo on the ground.

Kansas City Chiefs, 14 vs. Arizona Cardinals, 17


Seattle Seahawks, 24 vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 14


Seahawks suffocate Eagles in big win.

San Francisco 49ers, 13 vs. Oakland Raiders, 24


It's hard to imagine a Jim Harbaugh-coached team going out like this...

New England Patriots, 23 vs. San Diego Chargers, 14


Atlanta Falcons vs. Green Bay Packers


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Packers take: Join the conversation and see what other Packers fans are saying the team needs to do for a victory.


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