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NFL Recap – Week 15

Cincinnati Bengals 34 - Philadelphia Eagles 13
Cincinnati Bengals 34 - Philadelphia Eagles 13
On Thursday night, Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals capitalized on the Eagles five turnovers to improve their standing in the AFC playoff picture. They now just need one win. Dalton threw for just 127 yards and one TD and was sacked six times. The Bengals rushed for a total of 157 yards. The Eagles suffered their 10th loss of the season and will likely be starting their coaching search when the season ends. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Atlanta Falcons 34 - New York Giants 0
Atlanta Falcons 34 - New York Giants 0
Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons made a statement to the rest of the league with a shutout win over the Super Bowl Champion Giants. Ryan threw for 270 yards and three touchdown passes as the Falcons handed the Giants their first shutout loss in the regular season since 1996. The loss also drops the Giants into a tie for the NFC East. But the team does not hold the tie-breaker advantage, making their post-season prospects a little murky. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Denver Broncos 34 - Baltimore Ravens 17
Denver Broncos 34 - Baltimore Ravens 17
Peyton Manning and Knowshon Moreno dominated the Ravens to improve the Broncos record to (11-3) and put them one game closer to a first round bye in the playoffs. Manning threw for just 204 yards and one TD, and Moreno rushed for 118 yards and one TD. The Ravens have clinched a playoff berth but are still fighting for the division title. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers 21 - Chicago Bears 13
Green Bay Packers 21 - Chicago Bears 13
Aaron Rodgers connected with James Jones five times for 60 yards, but three of those receptions were for touchdowns as the Packers beat their division rival Chicago Bears 21-13. The win clinches the NFC North title for the second straight year and puts the Bears just on the outside of a wild card spot. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
Washington Redskins 38 - Cleveland Browns 21
Washington Redskins 38 - Cleveland Browns 21
The Redskins were missing RG3 due to the knee injury he suffered last week. So backup quarterback Kirk Cousins was under center to lead his team to their fifth straight win. Cousins threw for 329 yards and two touchdowns as the Redskins moved into a tie for first place in the NFC East. They hold the tie-breaker. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Houston Texans 29 - Indianapolis Colts 17
Houston Texans 29 - Indianapolis Colts 17
Andre Johnson caught the ball 11 times for 151 yards and a touchdown as the Texans clinched the AFC South with the win. If the Texans win next week they will secure home field advantage in the playoffs. The Colts (9-5) and rookie sensation Andrew Luck need another win to secure a playoff spot, but can do that next week as well when they play the Chiefs. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
Miami Dolphins 24 - Jacksonville Jaguars 3
Miami Dolphins 24 - Jacksonville Jaguars 3
The Jaguars' Chad Henne returned to face his old team, the Miami Dolphins, but it was not a return Henne hoped for. The Dolphins stopped Henne and the Jaguars three times in the Red Zone and limited them to three points. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns, and Reggie Bush rushed for 104 yards in the win. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints 41 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0
New Orleans Saints 41 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0
Drew Brees threw for 307 yards and four touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints defense intercepted Josh Freeman four times and recovered a fumble. The end result was a 41-0 shutout of the Tampa Bay Bucs. The shut out is the Saints' first since 1995 and extends the Bucs losing steak to four games, ending their playoff hopes. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Minnesota Vikings 36 - St. Louis Rams 22
Minnesota Vikings 36 - St. Louis Rams 22
Adrian Peterson gained 212 yards against the St. Louis Rams, moving closer to his first 2,000 yard rushing season. He is also on pace to break the single season rushing record. The win keeps the the Vikings in the running for the second wild card spot; they are tied with three other (8-6) teams. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
Arizona Cardinals 38 - Detroit Lions 10
Arizona Cardinals 38 - Detroit Lions 10
The Arizona Cardinals picked off the the Lions' Matt Stafford three times and returned two of those interceptions for touchdowns. The third interception set up another touchdown. Beanie Wells rushed for just 67 yards but scored scored three touchdowns as the Cardinals snapped their nine-game losing streak and extended the Lions losing streak to six games. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
Seattle Seahawks 50 - Buffalo Bills 17
Seattle Seahawks 50 - Buffalo Bills 17
For the second straight game, the Seattle Seahawks scored at least 50 points. This time they allowed their opponent to score some points as well. Russell Wilson threw for 205 yards and 1 TD and ran for 92 yards and 3 TDs as the Seahawks racked up 31 points in the first half. The win knocks the Bills out of the playoff hunt for 13th straight year, which is the longest active streak. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Carolina Panthers 31 - San Diego Chargers 7
Carolina Panthers 31 - San Diego Chargers 7
Facing his old team the San Diego Chargers, FB Mike Tolbert scored two rushing TDs. Cam Newton threw for two more touchdowns, as the Carolina Panthers eliminated the Chargers from playoff contention. The win is the Panthers second win a row and the first time since last December they have won consecutive games. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys 27 - Pittsburgh Steelers 24
Dallas Cowboys 27 - Pittsburgh Steelers 24
The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys both needed a win to stay in the playoff picture, and battled to a tie in regulation. The Steelers won the toss in overtime and elected to receive. On second down, Ben Roethlisberger was intercepted by Brandon Carr. Carr returned the ball to the 1 yard line, setting up Dan Bailey for the game-winning field goal. The win puts the Cowboys in a three-way in the NFC East. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Oakland Raiders 15 - Kansas City Chiefs 0
Oakland Raiders 15 - Kansas City Chiefs 0
The Oakland Raiders offense gained 385 total yards against a depleted Kansas City Chiefs defense, but left it up to Sebastian Janikowski to score the team's 15 points. The Raiders ended their six-game losing streak and shut out the Chiefs for just the second time ever. (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
San Francisco 49ers 41 - New England Patriots 34
San Francisco 49ers 41 - New England Patriots 34
The New England Patriots were looking to extend their December home game winning streak to 22 games. Facing a 28 point deficit in the third quarter, Tom Brady rallied his team back to tie the 49ers late in the fourth quarter. But the 49ers withstood the rally and scored 10 points in the final seven minutes to earn a playoff berth. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Tennessee Titans 14 - New York Jets 10
Tennessee Titans 14 - New York Jets 10
The New York Jets couldn't capitalize on a huge opportunity with less than a minute to go in the game. Sanchez threw one of his four interceptions with less than two minutes in the fourth quarter, but the Jets defense was able to hold the Titans behind their five yard line. The Titans were forced to punt but muffed the kick, giving the Jets a first down on the Titans 25-yard line. Sanchez fumbled the first snap and the Titans' Zach Brown recovered, giveing the Titans the win and eliminating the Jets from playoff contention. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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