NFL Week 15: Scores, Recaps and Bloodbaths

Several divisional matchups take place, as playoff seeding comes down to the wire, in week 15.

Pittsburgh Steelers, 27 vs. Atlanta Falcons, 20


The Pittsburgh Steelers improved to 9-5 with a win at Atlanta before finishing the season with two AFC showdowns at home.

Washington Redskins, 13 vs. New York Giants, 24


Miami Dolphins, 13 vs. New England Patriots, 41


Oakland Raiders, 13 vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 31


With their season on the brink, the Kansas City Chiefs took care of business against the Oakland Raiders. With their 33-13 victory Sunday, the team once again controls its post season Wild Card destiny in the AFC playoff chase.

Houston Texans, 10 vs. Indianapolis Colts, 17


Another slow start, but Andrew Luck throws two TD passes and defense makes it stick for ninth crown in 13 years.

Cincinnati Bengals, 30 vs. Cleveland Browns, 0


Manziel failed to live up to the overwhelming hype surrounding his debut as the AFC North-leading Bengals (9-4-1) built a 20-point halftime lead and rolled to their fourth straight road win.

Jacksonville Jaguars, 12 vs. Baltimore Ravens, 20


The Ravens defeated the Jaguars 20-12 in a tougher-than-expected game Sunday afternoon.

Green Bay Packers, 13 vs. Buffalo Bills, 21


Aaron Rodgers endured the worst game of his career as Green Bay's path to the No. 1 seed hit a major road block in Buffalo. Rodgers threw 25 incompletions, including a drop of a potential 94-yard touchdown, and two interceptions.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 17 vs. Carolina Panthers, 19


For the first time since Week 1 and Week 2, the Carolina Panthers have won back to back games. This was thanks in large part to a strong performance from Derek Anderson, who stepped in for the injured Cam Newton this week. This was the second time Anderson was able to get the Panthers a win over the Bucs this year, this time by a final of 19-17. This is three takeaways from today's game.

New York Jets, 16 vs. Tennessee Titans, 11


For the first time all season, the Jets can enjoy their flight home as they earned their first road win of the season with a 16-11 win against the Titans at LP Field on Sunday.

Denver Broncos, 22 vs. San Diego Chargers, 10


An ailing Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos took down the San Diego Chargers, 22-10.

Minnesota Vikings, 14 vs. Detroit Lions, 16/a>


The Vikings gave up 16 unanswered points and lost by two points to the division-leading Detroit Lions. The Vikings still had a chance on their final drive but came up a few yards short on a 68-yard field goal attempt.

San Francisco 49ers, 7 vs. Seattle Seahawks, 17


The 49ers battled injuries all over the field and couldn't do enough to overtake Seattle for the second time in three weeks. They are officially out of the playoffs.

Dallas Cowboys, 38 vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 27


New Orleans Saints, 31 vs. Chicago Bears, 15



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