The playoffs are still possible for many teams, as others sealed a post season deal in week 15.

The Buffalo Bills clinched their first division title in 25 years, with a 48-19 blow out over the Denver Broncos on Saturday. Josh Allen was scoring with his arm, and his legs as the Bills continue to build momentum heading into the post season.

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Patrick Mahomes and The Kansas City Chiefs picked up their ninth win in a row, with a 32-29 win over the New Orleans Saints, Chiefs still hold the top seed in the AFC.

The New York Giants continue to struggles after winning four in a row, they have lost the last two games, including yesterdays 20-6 loss at home to the Cleveland Browns. The Giants were without starting Quarterback Daniel Jones.

The New York Jets scored a victory, and although they still maintain the number one pick in the 2021 NFL draft, they will not go into the books to become the third team to go 0-16, as they defeated the LA Rams 23-20.

The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Washington football team to secure a play off spot, Russell Wilson had a meager 121 passing yards, but it was enough for a 20-15 victory.

The New England Patriots will do something they haven’t done the past eleven years, no post season appearance, as they lost to the Miami Dolphins 22-12.

Derrick Henry ran for 147 yards and the Tennessee Titans defeated Detroit Lions 46-25, and remain in the deadlocked for first place with the Indianapolis Colts, after their 27-20 victory over  the Houston Texans on Sunday.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came back from 17 points down, as the ageless wonder Tom Brady led the comeback, included a 46-yard pass to Antonio Brown with less than half a quarter remaining to give the Bucs a 31-27 win over the Atlanta Falcons.

The Baltimore Ravens picked up their third win in a row with a 40-7 annihilation of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Lamar Jackson threw three TD passes, and ran one in and the Ravens defense sacked Jags QB Gardner Minshew five times.

The Dallas Cowboys used some defense to cause to set up multiple turnovers as the Cowboys defeated the San Francisco 49ers 41-33. Cowboy were without Ezekiel Elliott, but Tony Pollard ran for two touchdowns as his replacement.

Two NFC North rivals went at it and the Chicago Bears got the better of the Minnesota Vikings with a 33-27 win, David Montgomery ran in two TD’s and racked up 146 rushing yards.

The Arizona Cardinals still have a chance at a playoff berth as they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 33-26, Kyler Murray connected with his favorite receiver DeAndre Hopkins for 169 yards and a career high 406 passing yards.

Monday Night Football- Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals.

[NFL.com]

 

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