NFL post-season play is just around the corner with all Week 17 results in the books. The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Tennessee Titans 23-20 in OT to win their seventh Division title in eight years. They will first matchup against the New York Jets in the wild card round Saturday, January 8th at Lucas Oil Stadium. Other first round games next weekend include Baltimore at Kansas City, Seattle at New Orleans and Green Bay at Philadelphia. The New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears have earned a bye and home field advantage for the Divisional round. View all NFL Week 17 scores below!
Sunday, January 2, 2011
Atlanta Falcons 31, Carolina Panthers 10 – The Falcons notched 14 points in the first block and harnessed the Carolina offense from there to clinch the NFC’s top seed.
New England Patriots 38, Miami Dolphins 7 – Rob Gronkowski caught one in the end zone to break the New England touchdown receptions record for tight ends.
Oakland Raiders 31, Kansas City Chiefs 10 – Michael Bush rushed for 137 yards and one touchdown for the Raiders to finish 6-0 in the AFC West.
Detroit Lions 20, Minnesota Vikings 13 – Detroit held the Vikings scoreless in the first half to win their fourth consecutive contest.
Pittsburgh Steelers 41, Cleveland Browns 9 – Mike Wallace gained 105 yards and one touchdown from just three catches on the night.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23, New Orleans Saints 13 – The Bucs beat out the Saints at the Superdome but failed to reach the playoffs in their efforts.
New York Jets 38, Buffalo Bills 7 – Joe McKnight picked up 158 yards from 32 carries for the Jets to cruise at home.
Baltimore Ravens 13, Cincinnati Bengals 7 - Ray Lewis recovered two fumbles to lift his Ravens past Cincinnati.
San Diego Chargers 33, Denver Broncos 28 – Ryan Matthews rushed for 120 yards and three TD’s from 26 carries.
Green Bay Packers 10, Chicago Bears 3 - Aaron Rodgers led his team downfield for the game’s only touchdown in the fourth quarter to solidify a playoff berth for Green Bay.
Indianapolis Colts 23, Tennessee Titans 20 – Peyton Manning completed 27 passes for 264 yards and two TD’s.
Dallas Cowboys 14, Philadelphia Eagles 13 – Dallas found a way to edge Philadelphia away at Lincoln Financial Field to finish 5-3 under head coach Jason Garrett.
San Francisco 49ers 38, Arizona Cardinals 7 – San Francisco scored 21 points in the third quarter while holding the Cardinals to one TD in total.
New York Giants 17, Washington Redskins 14 – Rex Grossman threw for 336 yards and two TD’s from 26 passes completed.
Houston Texans 34, Jacksonville Jaguars 17 – Arian Foster gained 180 yards and two touchdowns to earn this season’s rushing title.
Seattle Seahawks 16, St Louis Rams 6 – The Rams could only post two field goals, handing the NFC West Division over to their rival Seahawks.