NFL Recap – Week 13

Atlanta Falcons 23 - New Orleans Saints 13
Atlanta Falcons 23 - New Orleans Saints 13
The Atlanta Falcons were looking forward to facing their NFC South rival the New Orleans Saints, the only team to beat them this season. The Falcons jumped out to an early lead, which left it up to Drew Brees to rally his team back. But he couldn't overcome his five interception, ending his NFL record of consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass at 54. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Buffalo Bills 34 - Jacksonville Jaguars 18
Buffalo Bills 34 - Jacksonville Jaguars 18
Ryan Fitzpatrick sparked his Bills team to a win over the Jaguars on Sunday to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Fitzpatrick only completed 9 of his 17 pass attempts for 112 yards and ran for a touchdown. But that was more than enough to beat the (2-10) Jaguars. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Seattle Seahawks 23 - Chicago Bears 17
Seattle Seahawks 23 - Chicago Bears 17
The Seattle Seahawks found a way to win on the road and keep their lead in the NFC wild card chase on Sunday. The Seahawks lost five of the first six road games this season, but rallied to beat the Bears who were unbeaten in five games at home this season. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson threw a go-ahead TD with :24 seconds left only to see his lead disappear with a Bears' field goal as time ran out. Both sides went back and forth in overtime, but finally Wilson connected with Sidney Rice on a 13-yard TD pass with 7:33 left to win the game. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
Indianapolis Colts 35 - Detroit Lions 33
Indianapolis Colts 35 - Detroit Lions 33
Andrew Luck showed the Detroit Lions and the NFL why he was selected No. 1 in the NFL Draft. With the Colts down 12 points in the fourth quarter, Luck, who threw 4 TDs in the game, drove his team down the field twice. With seconds left on the clock, Luck stepped up in the pocket and threw a 14-yard TD to Donnie Avery to beat the Lions 35-33. (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers 23 - Minnesota Vikings 14
Green Bay Packers 23 - Minnesota Vikings 14
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers withstood a monstrous rushing attack from the Vikings' Adrian Peterson on Sunday. Despite Peterson's 210 yards on the ground, the Vikings couldn't muster much more offense against the Packers. Rodgers threw for 286 yards and one touchdown as the Packers took control of first place in the NFC North. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
Kansas City Chiefs 27 - Carolina Panthers 21
Kansas City Chiefs 27 - Carolina Panthers 21
With the backdrop of the Jevon Belcher shooting hanging over the team, the Kansas City Chiefs fought off their emotions to earn their second win of the season. It was their first at home in seven games. Running back Jamaal Charles ran for 127 yards, and Brady Quinn threw for 201 yards and 2 TDs in the 27-21 win over the Carolina Panthers. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
New England Patriots 23 - Miami Dolphins 16
New England Patriots 23 - Miami Dolphins 16
Tom Brady entered Sunday's game against the Dolphins with his Patriots' offense firing on all cylinders. However it turned out not to be a typical game for Brady, who threw for just 238 yards and was sacked four times. The Patriots held on for their sixth straight win, clinching their fourth straight AFC East title. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
New York Jets 7 - Arizona Cardinals 6
New York Jets 7 - Arizona Cardinals 6
After three quarters, three interceptions and 97 yards of passing offense, Rex Ryan finally pulled the trigger and replaced Mark Sanchez with a backup quarterback. However, with Tim Tebow listed as inactive, Ryan turned to third-stringer Greg McElroy to rally the Jets. McElroy stepped on to the field and completed 5 of his 7 passes for 29 yards and the only TD of the game. The Jets won 7-6 over the Arizona Cardinals. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
St. Louis Rams 16 - San Francisco 49ers 13
St. Louis Rams 16 - San Francisco 49ers 13
It was just :26 seconds away from happening again, this time Greg Zuerlein wouldn't miss. The 49ers and Rams ended regulation in 13-13 tie thanks to a Zuerlein 53-yard field goal with no time remaining. In overtime the 49ers had a chance to win, but Akers missed a field goal attempt. And that gave Zuerlein the chance to kick a 54-yard game-winning field goal with :26 seconds left in overtime. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
Houston Texans 24 - Tennessee Titans 10
Houston Texans 24 - Tennessee Titans 10
The Houston Texans kept pace with the Atlanta Falcons for the best record in the NFL with a 24-10 win over the Titans. The Texans' defense forced six Titans turnovers (3 fumbles, 3 INTs), which Matt Schaub turned into 10 points. The win clinches the Texans' second consecutive playoff berth and sets the franchise record for most regular season wins. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Denver Broncos 31 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23
Denver Broncos 31 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23
Peyton Manning threw for 242 yards and three touchdowns as the Broncos won their seventh straight and clinched the AFC West title. The three touchdown passes give Manning 29 for the season and set a Broncos record for the most TD passes by a quarterback in single season. (Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/Getty Images)
Pittsburgh Steelers 23 - Baltimore Ravens 20
Pittsburgh Steelers 23 - Baltimore Ravens 20
The Steelers' Charlie Batch rebounded from a horrible game last week to lead his team in a must-win against the rival the Baltimore Ravens. Batch threw for 276 yards and one touchdown, and led his team on a 61-yard drive late in the fourth quarter to set up Shaun Suisham for a 42-yard game-winning field goal as time expired. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Cleveland Browns 20 - Oakland Raiders 17
Cleveland Browns 20 - Oakland Raiders 17
The Browns jumped out to a 10-3 lead in the first half and held the lead through the second half. Brandon Weeden and the Browns did just enough to end their 12-game road losing streak. Weeden threw for a career-high 364 yards and one touchdown, and Trent Richardson rushed for 72 yards and a touchdown. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals 20 - San Diego Chargers 10
Cincinnati Bengals 20 - San Diego Chargers 10
Andy Dalton threw for 211 yards and one touchdown and ran for another, as the Bengals won their fourth straight game to keep pace with the Steelers for the second wildcard spot in the AFC. With 4:11 left in the game and the Bengals down four and facing a second and goal, Dalton pumped, then tucked the ball and ran it up the gut to secure the win. The Chargers fell to (4-8). (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys 38 - Philadelphia Eagles 33
Dallas Cowboys 38 - Philadelphia Eagles 33
Tony Romo kept the Dallas Cowboys slim playoff hopes alive with a record-setting game against their division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Romo threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns. Those TDs set a Cowboys' franchise record surpassing Troy Aikman's 165 passing TDs. The Cowboys never had the lead until late in the fourth quarter. Morris Claiborne's 50-yard fumble return for a touchdown that secured the win for the Cowboys. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Washington Redskins 17 - New York Giants 16
Washington Redskins 17 - New York Giants 16
The Giants came to FedEx Field on Monday night looking to build their NFC East lead, but this time Robert Griffin III had a different plan. Griffin threw for 163 yards and one TD and also rushed for 72 yards. His one fumble was recovered for a Redskins touchdown in the first quarter. The Giants regained the lead by the end of the first half, but gave it up in the fourth quarter when Griffin threw an 8-yard TD pass to Pierre Garcon. It was the first time since 2006 that the Giants lost the game when leading at halftime. The Redskins ended their 10-game home losing streak in Monday night games. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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