The New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, and Philadelphia Eagles have emerged to claim their respective Divisions with one week left in this year’s NFL regular season. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens are tied at 11-4 in the AFC North looking ahead to Week 17 contests against the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. The Indianapolis Colts are currently atop the AFC South Division with the Jacksonville Jaguars one game behind. The New Orleans Saints just put themselves back in contention for the NFC South after defeating the first place Atlanta Falcons Monday night. Check for all NFL Week 16 scores below!
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Carolina Panthers 3 – The Steelers posted 17 points in the second quarter while holding the Panthers scoreless through the first three quarters.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Arizona Cardinals 27, Dallas Cowboys 26 – Jay Feely split the uprights with five seconds left for the Cardinals to edge Dallas by 1 on Christmas Day.
Sunday, December 26, 2010
New England Patriots 34, Buffalo Bills 3 – Tom Brady tossed three touchdowns while extending his streak of attempts without an interception to 319.
Chicago Bears 38, New York Jets 34 – Johnny Knox caught four passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns.
Baltimore Ravens 20, Cleveland Browns 10 – Joe Flacco connected with Derrick Mason in the end zone from 22 yards out for the only score of the second half.
Kansas City Chiefs 34, Tennessee Titans 14 – The Chiefs put up 31 points in the first half and coasted from there.
St Louis Rams 25, San Francisco 49ers 17 – St Louis sparked a comeback with 10 points in the fourth to move atop the NFC West Division.
Detroit Lions 34, Miami Dolphins 27 – DeAndre Levy returned and INT for six with 2:11 left in regulation to give the Dolphins their seventh loss at home.
Washington Redskins 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 17 – Graham Gano notched the W for Washington with a 31 yard field goal in OT.
Cincinnati Bengals 34, San Diego Chargers 20 – The Bengals scored three TD’s in the final block to knock San Diego out of the playoff picture.
Denver Broncos 24, Houston Texans 23 – Tim Tebow completed 16 passes for 308 yards and one touchdown.
Indianapolis Colts 31, Oakland Raiders 26 – Peyton Manning drove his team down field for a touchdown in all four quarters.
Green Bay Packers 45, New York Giants 17 – Aaron Rodgers threw for 404 yards and four touchdowns from 25 passes completed.
New Orleans Saints 17, Atlanta Falcons 14 – Robert Meachem brought in 11 receptions for 101 yards.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38, Seattle Seahawks 15 – Josh Freeman tossed five TD’s to keep Tampa Bay in the playoff discussion.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Minnesota Vikings 24, Philadelphia Eagles 14 – Adrian Peterson gained 118 yards and one TD from 22 carries.