The New England Patriots once again proved that the road to the AFC East runs through them following Monday’s 45-3 romping over the New York Jets. Matt Ryan and his Falcons were able to score 14 points in the fourth quarter to get past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ranking Atlanta as only team to match the Pats with a 10-2 regular season record. The Pittsburgh Steelers came up big with a win over the Baltimore Ravens to take control of the AFC South. Check for all NFL Week 13 scores!
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Philadelphia Eagles 34, Houston Texans 24 – Michael Vick led his Eagles downfield for two touchdowns in the final block to win at home.
Sunday, December 5, 2010
New Orleans Saints 34, Cincinnati Bengals 30 – The Saints caught Cincinnati’s D-line off guard on fourth and 2 with 34 seconds left en route to scoring their game winning TD.
Chicago Bears 24, Detroit Lions 20 – Chicago scored in all four quarters to notch their ninth win of the season.
Green Bay Packers 34, San Francisco 49ers 16 – Aaron Rogers completed 21 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns.
Jacksonville Jaguars 17, Tennessee Titans 6 – Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 186 yards from 31 carries for Jacksonville to rank #1 in the AFC South.
Kansas City Chiefs 10, Denver Broncos 6 – The Chiefs defense held Denver to just two field goals to remain undefeated at home.
Cleveland Browns 13, Miami Dolphins 10 – Mike Adams’ interception set up a 23-yard field goal by Phil Dawson on the final play.
Minnesota Vikings 38, Buffalo Bills 14 – Tavaris Jackson notched two touchdowns in relief as Brett Favre went down early with a wrist injury.
New York Giants 31, Washington Redskins 7 – Brandon Jacobs gained 103 yards and two TD’s from eight carries.
Oakland Raiders 28, San Diego Chargers 13 – The Raiders scored 14 points in the first quarter and coasted from there.
Dallas Cowboys 38, Indianapolis Colts 35 – Peyton Manning threw four picks to give Dallas the W in OT.
St Louis Rams 19, Arizona Cardinals 6 – St Louis shutout the Cardinals from the second quarter on to stay tied atop the NFC West.
Seattle Seahawks 31, Carolina Panthers 14 – Seattle posted 21 third quarter points to solidify the victory.
Atlanta Falcons 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24 – Matt Ryan delivered in the fourth again to lift Atlanta past the Bucs.
Pittsburgh Steelers 13, Baltimore Ravens 10 – Troy Polamalu forced a fumble and Ben Roethlisberger converted the turnover into a 9-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Redman with 2:51 remaining.
Monday, December 6, 2010
New England Patriots 45, New York Jets 3 – Tom Brady completed 21 passes for 326 yards and four TD’s.