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Final Score: Carolina 13, Seattle 10

Charlotte, NC (My Sportsbook) - DeAngelo Williams' 35-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter was the difference, as Carolina earned a 13-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. Williams finished with 61 yards on 15 carries and Matt Moore threw for 208 yards for the Panthers (6-8), who have won two of their last three games after a five-game losing streak. Moore became the fourth different quarterback to start a game this season for Carolina, as an Achilles injury kept Vinny Testaverde sidelined. Moore connected on 19- of-27 passes without an interception. Steve Smith caught eight balls for 72 yards. Matt Hasselbeck completed 27-of-41 passes for 274 yards and a touchdown for Seattle (9-5), which has already clinched the NFC West title. Shaun Alexander gained 17 yards on seven touches for an ineffective Seahawk rushing game that managed just 44 yards for the contest.

Final Score: Cleveland 8, Buffalo 0

Cleveland, OH (My Sportsbook) - Jamal Lewis ran for 163 yards, and Phil Dawson booted a pair of field goals in blizzard-like conditions as Cleveland downed Buffalo, 8-0, to inch closer to its first postseason berth since 2002. Lewis got stronger as the game proceeded, however, and keyed a late drive that siphoned over four minutes off the clock, leaving Buffalo with under two minutes to go in its last possession. The snow had let up by that point and Trent Edwards took advantage, leading the Bills all the way to the Browns 10- yard-line with under 20 seconds to go. On fourth down, Buffalo went to the screen but Fred Jackson was stuffed for no gain as Cleveland held on for the victory. Derek Anderson completed just 9-of-24 passes for 137 yards for the Browns (9-5), who snapped a three-game skid versus Buffalo but failed to clinch at least a wild card spot when Tennessee came back to beat Kansas City. Cleveland did tie Pittsburgh atop the AFC North, however, and can clinch a playoff appearance with a win at Cincinnati next week. Braylon Edwards finished with four receptions for 64 yards for Cleveland. Trent Edwards connected on just 12-of-32 passes for 124 yards for the Bills (7-7), who lost for the first time in three games and were officially eliminated from the playoff race. Rookie Marshawn Lynch rushed for 82 yards on 21 carries for Buffalo.

Final Score: Tennessee 26, Kansas City 17

Kansas City, MO (My Sportsbook) - Vince Young threw for 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Rob Bironas booted four field goals as Tennessee downed Kansas City, 26-17, to keep its playoff hopes alive at Arrowhead Stadium. Young added another 32 yards on the ground for the Titans (8-6), who won for the second time in three games but remained one game back in the AFC wild card race. LenDale White ran for 93 yards on 24 carries and Roydell Williams caught four passes for 94 yards and both Young touchdowns. Brodie Croyle completed 25-of-43 passes for 217 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for the reeling Chiefs (4-10), who have lost seven straight games for the first time since 1987. Kolby Smith ran for 82 yards on 18 carries and Dwayne Bowe had five receptions for 64 yards.

Final Score: Miami 22, Baltimore 16 (OT)

Miami, FL (My Sportsbook) - Cleo Lemon's 64-yard touchdown pass to Greg Camarillo in overtime gave the Miami Dolphins their first win of the season with a 22-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens tied it in the closing seconds on an 18-yard field goal by Matt Stover, then marched into scoring range with the first possession of the extra period. Stover, though, hooked a 44-yard field goal attempt wide left. Miami took over on its own 34-yard line and, on the third play, hit it big. Lemon threw a quick slant pass to Camarillo, who caught the ball in stride and raced untouched to the end zone for his first NFL touchdown to set off a wild celebration at Dolphin Stadium. Lemon, back in the starter's role after rookie John Beck's four- game run, completed 23-of-39 passes for 315 yards in the victory. Miami (1-13) snapped a 16-game losing streak dating back to last season and won for the first time since a 21-0 triumph over New England last December 10. Willis McGahee rushed for 104 yards and Kyle Boller threw for 159 yards with a score for the Ravens (4-10), who now own the league's longest losing streak at eight games. Boller left the contest in the fourth quarter with a concussion.

Final Score: New England 20, NY Jets 10

Foxboro, MA (My Sportsbook) - Laurence Maroney rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on a career-best 26 carries and Eugene Wilson returned an interception for a score as the New England Patriots hung on to remain perfect with a 20-10 victory over the New York Jets in miserable conditions at Gillette Stadium. Tom Brady threw for just 140 yards and a pick on 14- of-27 passes for the Patriots (14-0), who locked up home field advantage throughout the playoffs. In addition, New England becomes just the second team in NFL history to be 14-0. The 1972 Miami Dolphins completed that season's 14-game slate unbeaten en route to a legendary Super Bowl-winning campaign. The Patriots have not lost in the regular season since a 21-0 setback against the Dolphins in Miami on December 10, 2006, a span of 17 contests. New England looks to become the first team in league history to sport a 15-0 mark next Sunday at Miami, which won its first game of the season, a 22-16 overtime triumph over Baltimore. Chad Pennington was solid in defeat, completing 25-of-38 passes for 186 yards for the Jets (3-11), who have dropped three of four. Starter Kellen Clemens was knocked out after one play, an interception returned for a TD by Wilson. Chris Baker caught eight balls for 66 yards and Leon Washington gained 57 yards on four carries in defeat.

Final Score: New Orleans 31, Arizona 24

New Orleans, LA (My Sportsbook) - Drew Brees completed 26-of-30 passes for 315 yards and a pair of touchdowns and the New Orleans Saints took advantage of some costly Arizona turnovers to keep their playoff hopes alive with a 31-24 victory over the Cardinals at the Louisiana Superdome. Marques Colston had eight catches for 114 yards and a score and Aaron Stecker again carried the load sufficiently in the absence of Reggie Bush, rushing for 95 yards and two touchdowns. The Saints (7-7) will face Philadelphia next Sunday, and are for the moment, a half-game behind Minnesota for the second and final NFC wild card berth. Kurt Warner threw for 233 yards and three touchdowns, but had an interception and lost a key fumble that ultimately may have eliminated Arizona (6-8) from the postseason conversation. Edgerrin James rushed for 84 yards and Anquan Boldin had six catches for 83 yards in his first game back from a toe injury. A Vikings win over the Bears Monday night would officially remove the Cardinals from playoff contention by virtue of their November 26 loss in Minnesota.

Final Score: Jacksonville 29, Pittsburgh 22

Pittsburgh, PA (My Sportsbook) - Fred Taylor scored on a 12-yard run with 1:57 remaining to give the Jacksonville Jaguars a 29-22 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at a snowy Heinz Field. Taylor ran for 147 yards on 25 carries and Maurice Jones-Drew added 69 yards on the ground for the Jaguars (10-4), who gutted the Steeler defense for 224 rushing yards and moved closer to clinching a playoff spot. David Garrard completed 17-of-33 passes for 197 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in the victory. Jacksonville has won two straight and five of its last six games. Ben Roethlisberger threw three touchdown passes for the Steelers (9-5), who have lost two in a row for the first time this season. Pittsburgh is tied with Cleveland for first place in the AFC North, but holds the tiebreaker advantage over the Browns based on a head-to-head sweep.

Final Score: Green Bay 33, St. Louis 14

St. Louis, MO (My Sportsbook) - Brett Favre threw for 227 yards with two touchdowns and set another record, as the Green Bay Packers downed the St. Louis Rams, 33-14, at the Edward Jones Dome. With the victory and Seattle's loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the Packers clinched a first-round bye in the playoffs for the first time since 1997. Green Bay also moved into a tie for the top spot in the NFC as Dallas lost to Philadelphia later on Sunday. Favre, who completed 19-of-30 passes with two interceptions, surpassed Hall of Famer Dan Marino for the NFL's all-time record for most career passing yards. He came into the contest needing 184 yards to break Marino's mark of 61,361. Needing just one more yard, the veteran set the new record early in the fourth quarter after completing a seven-yard pass to Donald Driver. Driver ended with five catches for 80 yards while Greg Jennings caught four passes for 66 yards and a touchdown for the Packers (12-2), who have won 16 of their past 18 games dating back to last season. Ryan Grant led Green Bay's ground game with 55 yards and a score. Steven Jackson carried the ball 24 times for 143 yards with a touchdown and Torry Holt had a touchdown grab for the Rams (3-11), who have lost two straight. St. Louis signal-caller Marc Bulger returned to action after missing the last two weeks with a concussion and completed 20-of-39 passes for 219 yards with a touchdown and two picks.

Final Score: Tampa Bay 37, Atlanta 3

Tampa, FL (My Sportsbook) - Michael Spurlock had the first kickoff return for a touchdown in Buccaneers history, and Ronde Barber returned an interception for a score only a minute into the game as Tampa Bay ripped the Atlanta Falcons, 37-3, to clinch the NFC South. Jeff Garcia, who started after missing the better part of three games with a back injury, completed 15- of-25 passes for 109 yards, a touchdown, and an interception for the Buccaneers (9-5), who have rebounded nicely from a 4-12 campaign in 2006 to win their second division title in three years. Earnest Graham was the leading rusher and receiver for Tampa Bay, with 22 carries for 79 yards and a score, and five catches for 40 yards. Chris Redman had an awful game for Atlanta (3-10), completing only 4-of-15 passes for 34 yards with two interceptions and a fumble. Jerious Norwood gained 73 yards on nine carries for the Falcons, who lost their fifth straight, and put up some embarrassing offensive numbers in the process. The Falcons managed only 133 total yards, and five first downs - only one through the air. Atlanta went 0- for-9 on third-down conversions.

Final Score: Indianapolis 21, Oakland 14

Oakland, CA (My Sportsbook) - The Indianapolis Colts stopped the Oakland Raiders on fourth down late in the contest and held on for a 21-14 victory to earn the AFC South title, as well as a first-round bye. Kelvin Hayden knocked down a pass intended for Oakland's Jerry Porter with 1:50 remaining on fourth down to seal the victory for the Colts (12-2), who wrapped up their fifth straight division title. Peyton Manning completed 22-of-39 passes for 276 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the victory. Joseph Addai accounted for 44 of the Colts' 58 total rushing yards and Anthony Gonzalez was Indy's leading receiver with 86 yards on seven catches to go along with a touchdown. Josh McCown connected on 13-of-24 passes for 94 yards and a touchdown in the loss for the Raiders (4-10), who have lost at least 10 games for the last five seasons. Top overall pick JaMarcus Russell also appeared in limited action and completed 2-of-5 passes for 10 yards. Justin Fargas touched the ball 26 times, gaining 89 yards and found the end zone once in defeat. Fargas left the game in the fourth quarter with a knee injury and remained on the sideline. Porter caught four passes for 32 yards, while Ronald Curry caught three passes for 23 yards and a touchdown.

Final Score: Philadelphia 10, Dallas 6

Irving, TX (My Sportsbook) - Donovan McNabb completed 23-of-41 passes for 208 yards and a touchdown and the Eagles defense intercepted Dallas quarterback Tony Romo three times on its way to snapping a seven-game Cowboys win streak with a 10-6 victory at Texas Stadium. Brian Westbrook rushed for 81 yards and caught nine passes for 63 yards, while Brian Dawkins provided the final pick of Romo to thwart a potential go-ahead scoring drive from Dallas. Reggie Brown caught the only touchdown of the game, and Philadelphia (6-8) kept its very slim playoff hopes afloat with the win. The Eagles remain mathematically alive for the final NFC Wild Card slot, though a Minnesota victory Monday night against Chicago would make that possibility increasingly less likely. Romo finished 13-for-36 through the air, and saw his streak of 17 consecutive games with a touchdown pass come to an end. A reported thumb injury may have contributed to his erratic passing, as well as a pair of fumbles that were recovered by the Cowboys. Jason Witten had eight catches for 113 yards, but Dallas' running game was totally abandoned, with the two-headed backfield of Marion Barber and Julius Jones combining for 37 yards on 14 carries. Terrell Owens, the former Eagle who went off for 174 receiving yards in Dallas' 38-17 win at Philadelphia November 4, was limited to two catches for 37 yards, and was shut out entirely through three quarters. The loss leaves Dallas (12-2) in a tie for the top spot in the NFC with Green Bay, meaning home-field advantage in the playoffs will come down to the final two weeks. The Cowboys close out the regular season with back-to-back road games against Carolina and Washington. The Packers will take on the Bears in Chicago and then finish with a home game against Detroit. By virtue of their 37-27 win over Green Bay last month, the Cowboys do hold the head-to-head tiebreaker with the Packers should the two teams finish with identical records.

Final Score: San Diego 51, Detroit 14

San Diego, CA (My Sportsbook) - LaDainian Tomlinson had a pair of touchdowns as the San Diego Chargers clinched the AFC West with a 51-14 pounding of the Detroit Lions at Qualcomm Stadium. Tomlinson finished the day with 116 yards on 15 carries for San Diego (9-5), which has won four straight and clinched its second straight division title. His second touchdown of the game was the 127th of his career, which moved him past Jim Brown for seventh place on the all-time list. He did not play for the entire second half. Philip Rivers went 14-for-21 with 142 yards and a touchdown pass while Darren Sproles carried the ball 25 times for 122 yards with two scores for the Chargers, who have won six straight against Detroit. It was the most points San Diego scored in a game since a 54-point effort on December 8, 1985. It was a tough day for Jon Kitna as he went 26-for-46 with 302 yards and two touchdowns, but was picked off five times for the Lions (6-8), who have dropped six straight games and are now virtually eliminated from playoff contention. Calvin Johnson had five catches for 102 yards.

Final Score: Washington 22, NY Giants 10

East Rutherford, NJ (My Sportsbook) - Clinton Portis rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown and Shaun Suisham kicked three field goals in blustery winds as the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants, 22-10. The Giants and 'Skins were among several teams affected by a storm that brought snow, swirling winds, freezing temperatures and sheer misery to the Northeast on Sunday. The game-time temperature was 35 degrees but felt like single digits, while the field was dry but had snow piled behind both end zones. Todd Collins completed just 8-of-25 passes for 166 yards while making his first start since December 14, 1997 with Buffalo. The 36-year-old set an NFL record for the longest gap between starts since the 1970 merger. Ladell Betts ran for a score and Santana Moss had three catches for 75 yards for Washington (7-7), which pulled within a half-game of Minnesota for the final NFC wild-card berth. The Vikings (7-6) play the Chicago Bears on Monday night, before meeting the Redskins in Minnesota next week. Eli Manning also struggled for New York (9-5), completing 18-of-52 passes for 184 yards and a touchdown. Brandon Jacobs ran for 130 yards, while Kevin Boss had a pair of catches and the only touchdown for the Giants, who have dropped three straight at home and still need a win or a tie in their final two games to get into the postseason. They play next week at Buffalo, while their final home game is against undefeated New England. The loss was not the only bad news for New York, which lost tight end Jeremy Shockey to a broken left leg. Shockey was hurt on the Giants' first possession of the second half when teammate Amani Toomer hit the back of his leg at the end of a running play. The team also said Shockey's ankle was unstable and would require surgery.

Final Score: Minnesota 20, Chicago 13

Minneapolis, MN (My Sportsbook) - Adrian Peterson ran for a pair of touchdowns as the Minnesota Vikings overcame four turnovers, all by quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, to defeat the Chicago Bears, 20-13, at the Metrodome. Peterson, who ran for 224 yards the first time these two teams met this season, ended with 78 yards on 20 carries for the Vikings (8-6), who have won five in a row. Jackson ended 18-of-29 for 249 yards with no touchdowns, three interceptions and one lost fumble on a hand-off attempt to Peterson for Minnesota, which maintained its one-game lead over New Orleans and Washington for the final wild card spot in the NFC and moved within a game of the Giants for the top wild card spot with two games to play. The Vikings host the Redskins on Sunday. Kyle Orton, making his first start since 2006, ended 22-of-38 for 184 yards and one interception for the Bears (5-9), who have lost three in row to fall out of playoff contention. The other Adrian Peterson had 77 all-purpose yards for Chicago, which allowed the Vikings to score the final 17 points of the game.

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