Plenty of teams are playing for pride, while others are facing divisional rivals, in week 16 NFL action.
Eagles take: Eagles crumble before Redskins in the fourth.
49ers take: Key mistakes by the Niners aid Chargers comeback.
The Vikings entered Sunday’s game with the No. 6 pass defense in the NFL, but Ryan Tannehill carved them up with a 396-yard passing performance that included four touchdown tosses.
The Ravens were dominated by the Texans during Sunday's 25-13 loss on Sunday.
The Chicago Bears rallied around quarterback Jimmy Clausen in his first start in nearly four year, yet the team still found a way to lose to the Detroit Lions.
The Carolina Panthers now control their playoff lives with a win over the Cleveland Browns 17-13 and help from the Atlanta Falcons.
Behind a dominating performance from their defense, the Packers took care of business at Tampa Bay with a 20-3 victory. The win wrapped up a playoff berth for the sixth consecutive season.
The Steelers won their third game in a row by keeping the Kansas City Chiefs out of the end zone in a 20-12 playoff-clinching win.
In what might be Rex Ryan’s last home game the Jets fought hard and put up a valiant effort but couldn’t come away with the victory against their division rival New England Patriots, 17-16.
In simplest terms, it was disappointing, unacceptable, and bad for the Rams.
The Buffalo Bills said goodbye to the playoffs on Sunday.
he rout was on early, freeing the Cowboys - 42-7 winners over the visiting Colts on Sunday - to launch into a still-work-to-be-done celebration of the franchise's first playoff appearance since 2009 and the NFC East title.
Dominating in every phase of the game, the Seahawks humiliated the Cardinals in University of Phoenix Stadium.
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Broncos take: As the No. 1 team in their respective divisions, the Broncos and Bengals will battle it out on Monday Night Football (ESPN), in a game that could alter the positioning of the AFC playoffs. Which team will come out on top?