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 Posted: Fri Dec 20th, 2013 06:16 pm
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We're into the "stretch drive" at this point as playoff spots and positioning are on the line.`

Miami continues it's drive to the playoffs and to get there they will have to play out in the cold (Buffalo) and vs a team that excels at rushing the passer. New Orleans at Carolina. Division title on the line. New ENgland  is at Baltimore. Primetime Sunday night has Chicago at Philly.

No line on Pittsburgh at Green Bay. Expect GB -3 if no Rodgers and -8 if Rodgers is cleared.

Your picks, predictions, fantasy moves and in-game comments are welcome.

Miami (3) at Buffalo
New Orleans at Carolina (3)
Dallas (2.5) at Washington
Tampa Bay at St Louis (5.5)
Cleveland at Ny Jets (2.5)
Indy at Kansas City (6.5)
Minnesota at Cincy (7.5)
Denver (10.5) at Buffalo
Tennessee (5) at Jacksonville
Arizona at Seattle (10.5)
NY Giants at Detroit (9)
Oakland at San Diego (10)
Pittsburgh at Green Bay (NL)
New England at Baltimore (2.5)
Atlanta at San Francisco (13)

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Must win by Arizona. They are eliminated if they lose. They may not win but  cover

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Bills blitz Dolphins in 19-0 win
By JOHN WAWROW (AP Sports Writer) | The Associated Press – 16 minutes ago

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Defensive tackle Kyle Williams and the blitzing Buffalo Bills put a big dent in the Miami Dolphins' playoff chances.

Williams had two of Buffalo's season-best seven sacks to key a stifling defensive performance in 19-0 win Sunday.

Fred Jackson had 111 yards rushing and scored on a 9-yard run, while the Bills limited the Dolphins to a season-low 103 yards and six first downs. The Bills (6-9) closed their home schedule with seven sacks for 56 this season, breaking their previous high of 50 during a 14-game season in 1964.

The Dolphins (8-7) had a three-game winning streak snapped and are in jeopardy of missing the playoffs for a fifth consecutive season. With the loss, Miami needs help from other teams. Miami hosts the New York Jets next weekend.

The Dolphins' loss clinched the AFC East for New England.

Williams' second sack knocked Dolphins starter Ryan Tannehill out for a few plays because of a left knee injury early in the fourth quarter. Matt Moore took over and provided Miami a short-lived spark by completing a 50-yard pass to Brian Hartline. He followed by throwing an interception to Jim Leonhard.

Buffalo capitalized. Taking over at the Dolphins 48, backup quarterback Thad Lewis marched the Bills 44 yards to Dan Carpenter's 22-yard field goal, making it 16-0 with 6:43 left. Carpenter hit all four field-goal attempts, including a game-opening 45-yarder, against his former team.

Tannehill returned for the next series, only to throw three straight incompletions for Miami's seventh three-and-out. He threw another three incompletions and was sacked on the next drive before giving way to Moore for the remainder of the game.

Moore closed the game by throwing a second interception by Leodis McKelvin.

Tannehill finished 10 of 27 for 82 yards.

The Dolphins crossed midfield only three times and had four drives finish with negative yards. They were shut out for the first time since closing last season with a 28-0 loss at New England, and were swept by Buffalo.

The Bills, coming off a 27-20 win at Jacksonville, won consecutive games for the first time since Weeks 2-3 of the 2012 season.

Buffalo won without rookie starting quarterback EJ Manuel (swollen left knee). And it finished without its top three receivers. Rookie Marquise Goodwin had a right knee injury late in the first quarter. Fellow rookie Robert Woods was ejected for punching safety Reshad Jones in the facemask in the third quarter. Veteran starter Stevie Johnson was excused to be with his family following the death of his mother.

Lewis, who grew up in Miami, finished 15 of 25 for 193 yards and an interception. He improved to 2-2 this season, with both wins coming against the Dolphins. Jackson led a running attack that combined for 203 yards.

Rookie cornerback Nickell Robey had two sacks, while Mario Williams, Jerry Hughes and safety Da'Norris Searcy also had a sack apiece.

For Miami, the seven sacks allowed contributed to a franchise mark: The Dolphins have given up 58 to eclipse their previous worst of 53 set over 14 games in 1969.

The shutout was Buffalo's first since a 23-0 win over Washington at Toronto on Oct. 30, 2011. And it was the Bills' first shutout at Ralph Wilson Stadium since a 21-0 win over Miami on Dec. 17, 2006.



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Cowboys beat Washington 24-23 thanks to an 87 yard TD drive in the final 3 minutes.




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Manning's big day leads Broncos over Texans 37-13
By KRISTIE RIEKEN (AP Sports Writer) | The Associated Press – 29 minutes ago

HOUSTON (AP) -- Peyton Manning owns the NFL record for touchdown passes in a season and the Denver Broncos own the AFC West title.

Manning regained his record with 51 when he threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns, including three in the fourth quarter. He surpassed the 50 TD passes Tom Brady threw in 2007 and led the Broncos (12-3) to a 37-13 win over the Texans (2-13) that extended Houston's franchise-record skid to 13 games.

Manning did it on a 25-yard pass to Julius Thomas with 4:28 remaining. Just 2 1/2 minutes earlier, he tied the mark with a 20-yard pass to Eric Decker.

He entered the game with 47 and his first touchdown came on a 36-yard pass to Demaryius Thomas in the second quarter. The second was a 10-yard throw to Decker earlier in the fourth period.

Manning had previously established the record by throwing 49 touchdown passes in 2004.

The Broncos already had a spot in the playoffs, but their victory, combined with Kansas City's loss to Indianapolis, gave them the division crown. They could secure home-field advantage throughout the playoffs if New England doesn't win its late game at Baltimore.

Matt Schaub started for the first time since Oct. 13 in place of an injured Case Keenum. He finished with 176 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions for the Texans.

The Broncos couldn't do anything offensively in the third quarter, gaining just 38 yards, and had to punt on each of their four possessions. Their defense helped them out after that, with Mike Adams intercepting Schaub at the Houston 28.

Manning wasted no time making Houston pay, and found Decker two plays later for the touchdown that extended the lead to 23-13.

It was all Broncos after that, with Manning grabbing the record with two more touchdown passes.

Manning made the record-setting throw to Thomas and walked toward the end zone, where his teammates patted him on the head. He then took off his helmet and walking to the sideline and pumped his fist once. His teammates came out to greet him and he gave dozens of high-fives as he grinned and walked to the bench.

Decker somehow got the ball after the touchdown and tucked it in the side of his jersey, where it remained as he walked off the field.

Decker led the Broncos with 10 receptions for 131 yards, and Demaryius Thomas had eight catches for 123 yards. Wes Welker missed his second straight game after sustaining his second concussion in four weeks on Dec. 8.

Schaub found Keshawn Martin on a 15-yard touchdown pass to get Houston within 16-13 early in the third quarter. Andre Johnson dropped a pass in the end zone on the play before. Rookie tight end Ryan Griffin had a 40-yard reception early in that drive.

Johnson finished with four catches for 63 yards. He has 103 catches this season to reach 100 for the fifth time in his career, tying an NFL record for most seasons with at least that many receptions.

Johnson entered the game needing one catch to reach the mark held by Welker. He did it on a 33-yard reception in the first quarter. Johnson also had more than 100 receptions in 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2012.

Manning's TD pass to Demaryius Thomas on the first play of the second quarter put Denver up 10-3. Houston used a 35-yard field goal to cut the lead to 10-6 after a 51-yard punt return by Martin.

Matt Prater made field goals of 25 and 44 yards to extend Denver's lead to 16-6 at halftime.

The Broncos lost star linebacker Von Miller to a knee injury in the first quarter, and Houston cornerback Johnathan Joseph went out with a foot injury in the second quarter and didn't return.



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Luck, Brown lead Colts past Chiefs 23-7
By DAVE SKRETTA (AP Sports Writer) | The Associated Press – 41 minutes ago

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts took Round 1 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Depending on how things shake out, Round 2 could come in the playoffs in two weeks.

Andrew Luck threw for 241 yards and a touchdown, Donald Brown ran 51 yards for another score and the Colts beat the Chiefs 23-7 on Sunday in a potential preview of an AFC wild-card game.

The Colts (10-5), who have already wrapped up the AFC South, took advantage of four turnovers by the Chiefs (11-4) to win for the fifth time in their last six tries against Kansas City.

If Indianapolis ends up as the No. 4 seed in the playoffs, and the Chiefs are the fifth seed, the two teams will meet again in the warmer environs of Lucas Oil Stadium. Kansas City's hopes of winning the AFC West and earning the No. 1 seed were dashed when Denver beat Houston on Sunday.

Alex Smith threw for 153 yards, but he fumbled once and was picked off twice after throwing just six interceptions his first 14 games. Jamaal Charles ran for 106 yards and the game's opening score, but Kansas City failed to keep him involved as the Colts scored the final 23 points.

Both teams came into the game with a league-low 14 turnovers, and the Chiefs had been plus-21 in turnover differential. The Colts did not commit a turnover in the game.

After missing his first field-goal attempt, Adam Vinatieri hit his next three despite frigid temperatures and swirling winds at Arrowhead Stadium. He came into the game needing just one point to pass fellow kicker Jason Elam (1,983) for the seventh-most points in NFL history.

Early on, the Chiefs appeared as if they were going to pick up right where they left off last week, when they hung 56 points on the Raiders. They marched downfield on the opening drive, and Charles took a carry around the right side 31 yards for a touchdown.

The Colts defense stiffened after that, though, and the closest Kansas City came to scoring again in the first half came when Ryan Succop yanked a 47-yard field goal wide left.

Meanwhile, Indianapolis kept taking advantage of breakdowns in the Kansas City pass defense, the most glaring one coming after running back Knile Davis fumbled in the second quarter.

Brown leaked out of the backfield unnoticed by the Kansas City defense, Luck hit him with a dump-off pass that he took virtually untouched 33 yards for a score.

Vinatieri's second field goal pushed the Colts' lead to 13-7 at the break.

The definition of disciplined most of the season, the Chiefs came unglued with a series of turnovers and inopportune penalties that ruined any chance of a second-half comeback.

Smith was picked off on the third play of the third quarter when he was hit from behind by Robert Mathis and the ball was caught by linebacker Jerrell Freeman. Two plays later, Brown raced through a gaping hole and then tight-rope walked down the sideline 51 yards for a score.

Vinatieri added to the Colts' cushion with his third field goal, capping a drive kept alive by a defensive holding penalty on cornerback Sean Smith and a taunting penalty on defensive tackle Dontari Poe that came after the Chiefs had already held on third down.

Smith was picked off again by Freeman in the end zone midway through the fourth quarter, and then the quarterback fumbled the ball away with 3:24 left to seal the outcome.



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Romo throws late TD; Cowboys beat Redskins 24-23
By JOSEPH WHITE (AP Sports Writer) | The Associated Press – 24 minutes ago

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) -- Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys pulled off their usual December swoon in the third quarter, leaving more than enough time for a comeback.

Romo recovered from a bad interception and rallied the Cowboys from a nine-point, fourth-quarter deficit Sunday, finding DeMarco Murray for a 10-yard touchdown pass on fourth down with 1:08 remaining to give the Cowboys a 24-23 win over the Washington Redskins.

The victory ended a two-game Dallas skid - as well as a five-game December losing streak - and sets up a winner-take-all regular season finale for the NFC East title next week, when the Cowboys (8-7) host the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles, 8-6 entering their Sunday night game against the Chicago Bears, lost at home to Dallas 17-3 on Oct. 20.

The Redskins (3-12) lost their seventh straight, the second in a row by one point. Pierre Garcon (11 catches, 144 yards) broke Art Monk's single-season franchise reception record, while coach Mike Shanahan clinched his worst record in his 20 seasons as a head coach.

After blowing a 23-point lead in a one-point loss to the Green Bay Packers the previous week, Romo and the Cowboys nearly pulled a repeat.

They blew a 14-6 halftime lead by committing turnovers on back-to-back drives, including an interception by DeAngelo Hall that led to a touchdown that gave the Redskins a 20-14 lead.

Romo was picked off twice late in the game against the Packers, and his pick on Sunday came when he was trying to get the ball to Dez Bryant - but Hall had the inside position even before Bryant slipped on the wet turf.

Romo walked off the field slowly, looking at the huge scoreboard to watch the replay of his latest late-season gaffe.

The next Dallas drive was a three-and-out with a sack, and a late hit personal foul on J.J. Wilcox during Washington's subsequent possession helped set up a field goal that put the Redskins ahead 23-14 on the first play of the fourth quarter.

But Romo and the Cowboys mounted a comeback. A fourth-and-6 at the Washington 40-yard line was converted with a 20-yard pass to Cole Beasley, leading to a 25-yard field goal by Dan Bailey that cut the lead to six with 6:09 to play.

Then the Cowboys' worst-in-the-NFL defense held steady - despite the mounting injuries that have decimated the linebackers - allowing one first down before forcing the Redskins to punt. Romo and the offense took over at their 13 with 3:39 remaining.

On the fourth play of the drive, Romo scrambled and scrambled some more - until he looked far downfield and spotted Terrance Williams, who was all alone after cornerback Josh Wilson slipped on the turf. Romo flung the ball on the run for a 51-yard completion to the Washington 21.

Then came a 17-yard completion to Bryant to set up a first-and-goal at the 4, and a 3-yard run by Murray that put the ball at the 1.

Then came another near-meltdown.

After Murray was stuffed on second-and-goal, the Cowboys called a sweep to the left that resulted in a 9-yard loss. Romo and Murray then pulled it out with the 10-yard TD pass, a play in which Romo had to scramble again and in which Murray managed to get to the end zone just beyond the pylon.

Romo completed 17 of 27 passes for 226 yards with two touchdowns. Murray ran for 96 yards, becoming the first Cowboys back to rush for 1,000 yards since Julius Jones in 2006.

Kirk Cousins, starting while Robert Griffin III is benched for the rest of the season, was 21 for 36 for 197 yards for Washington.



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Newton's TD pass lifts Panthers over Saints 17-13
By STEVE REED (AP Sports Writer) | The Associated Press – 21 minutes ago

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Carolina Panthers' playoff drought is over.

Cam Newton threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Domenik Hixon with 23 seconds left to lift the Panthers to a 17-13 win over the New Orleans Saints and clinch the team's first playoff berth since 2008.

Carolina (11-4) can wrap up the NFC South and a first-round bye in the playoffs with a win next Sunday at Atlanta.

The Panthers intercepted Drew Brees twice and sacked him six times to avenge a 31-13 loss two weeks ago.

Still, the Panthers needed some last-minute big plays from Newton. After being held to 116 yards passing for the game's first 59 minutes, Newton led the Panthers 65 yards in 32 seconds for the winning score.

''Cam was very resilient,'' coach Ron Rivera said. ''He struggled all day and he knows that. But he came through when we needed him.''

The Saints (10-5) can still clinch a playoff berth Sunday if Arizona loses to Seattle.

New Orleans' road woes persist. The Saints have dropped five of their last six games away from the Superdome.

The Panthers had held Brees in check all day, but the Saints suddenly broke out early in the fourth quarter.

New Orleans took the lead with 6:37 left after Brees drove his team 97 yards in 11 plays, connecting on a 5-yard pass to tight end Jimmy Graham on a jump ball in the end zone. Graham was huge on the drive, catching three passes for 62 yards, including a 46-yard reception to give the Saints breathing room.

The Panthers failed to move the ball on the next possession, and Rivera decided to punt on fourth-and-7 with two minutes left. Carolina's defense held and forced a Saints punt.

Newton took over at the 35 with no timeouts left.

Playing without Steve Smith, who injured his knee in the first quarter, Newton hung in the pocket on a first-down pass and hit Ted Ginn Jr. on a deep dig route for 37 yards to get the Panthers in field goal range.

Newton then connected with Greg Olsen for a 14-yard completion. After Newton spiked the ball to stop the clock, Hixon made a diving catch in the left side of the end zone, beating cornerback Corey White for the score.

The seldom-used Hixon came into the game with just three catches for 21 yards on the season.

Carolina led 7-6 at halftime despite being limited to 97 yards on offense. During one stretch, the Panthers had four straight three-and-outs, combining for 1 yard.

But linebacker Thomas Davis helped turn the momentum with Carolina trailing 6-0 later in the first half.

Davis, who has come back from three torn ACLs in the same knee, made a leaping interception of Brees on a third-down pass. On the following play, DeAngelo Williams broke free up the middle for a 43-yard touchdown to give the Panthers a 7-6 lead with 1:54 left in the half.

Greg Hardy had two of Carolina's five first-half sacks against rookie left tackle Terron Armstead, who was making his first NFL start after Sean Payton benched Charles Brown last week.

The Saints lost safety Kenny Vaccaro for the game in the second quarter when he was carted off with a left lower leg injury.



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With Dallas winning today, the game tonight vs Chicago is meaningless for Philly.

The "talking heads" are acting like Philly will approach it like a regular game, etc --- are you serious? Everybody important wrapped in bubblewrap and stand here on the sidelines.

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Packers 14 Steelers 7 on a 14 yard TD run by Eddie Lacy. I hate the fucking Packers but grudgingly respect Eddie Lacy. The fucker runs hard.



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Great kick return by Sanders. It's snowing at Lambeau Field. Old time football.



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