WEEK 1 (ALL TIMES EASTERN)
WEDNESDAY JULY 1
Toronto 30, HAMILTON 17 (23211) - Kerry Joseph threw for 227 yards and three TDs for Toronto, which snapped a nine-game losing streak and won in coach Bart Andrus' debut. Jamal Robertson ran for 124 yards and a TD.
Montreal 40, CALGARY 27 (35650) - Chip Cox returned a fumble 81 yards for a TD late in the fourth quarter, sealing Montreal's win. Avon Cobourne ran for  107 yards with a TDs for the Als, while K Damon Duval was 5-for-5 on FGs,
THURSDAY JULY 2
EDMONTON 19, Winnipeg 17 (30650 - Ricky Ray was 29-for-41 passing for 318 yards and a TD, as the Esks and new coach Richie Hall won after Bombers' Alexis Serna missed a game-tying 56-yard FG in the last seconds.
FRIDAY JULY 3
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Br Col 24 (30062) - Darian Durant  threw for 313  yards and had a rushing TD to lead the Roughriders. Durant  went 18-for-32 with three interceptions. Hugh Charles had 14 carries for 34 yards and a score.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    1  0 0  28  24  2 Montreal    1  0 0  40  27  2
Edmonton    1  0 0  19  17  2 Toronto     1  0 0  30  17  2
British Col 0  1 0  24  28  0 Winnipeg    0  1 0  17  19  0
Calgary     0  1 0  27  40  0 Hamilton    0  1 0  17  30  0
WEEK 2
THURSDAY JULY 9
MONTREAL 50, Edmonton 16 (20202) - QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 343 yards and two TDs, while the Als exploded for 31 points in the fourth quarter to win easily. The Eskimos were sacked five times and had five turnovers.
FRIDAY JULY 10
WINNIPEG 42, Calgary 30 (29533) - The Stamps had five turnovers that led to 28 points for Winnipeg. Lavarus Giles added TD runs of 2 and 4 yards for Winnipeg, while LB Siddeeq Shabazz had a 36-yard interception TD return.
Hamilton 31, BRITISH COL 28 (26885) - DeAndra' Cobb rushed for 100 yards and caught a 48-yard TD pass, and Geoff Tisdale ran back an interception for a score as Hamilton  won at B.C. for the first time since 2004.
SATURDAY JULY 11
Saskatchewan 46, TORONTO 36 (30055) - QB Darian Durant threw for 205 yards and three TDs, as the Roughriders took advantage of five turnovers. Toronto lost its seventh straight home game to tie a franchise mark.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  0 0  74  60  4 Montreal    2  0 0  90  43  4
Edmonton    1  1 0  35  67  2 Toronto     1  1 0  66  63  2
British Col 0  2 0  52  59  0 Winnipeg    1  1 0  49  49  2
Calgary     0  2 0  57  82  0 Hamilton    1  1 0  48  58  2
WEEK 3
THURSDAY JULY 16
B.C. 40, EDMONTON 22 (33661) - Lions QB Jarious Jackson threw for 362 yards and four TDs. Geroy Simon caught four passes for 122 yards and two TDs, while Paris Jackson added nine catches for 126 yards and a TD.
FRIDAY JULY 17
CALGARY 44, Toronto 9 (33109) - Calgary QB Henry Burris went 23-for-32 with 348 yards and a TD and the Calgary defense scored three TDs. Argos QB Kerry Joseph threw a pair of interceptions, both returned for touchdowns.
SATURDAY JULY 18
Montreal 43, SASKATCHEWAN 10 (30945) - Anthony Calvillo went 24-for-34 with 281 yards and two TDs, while Avon Coburne had 25 carries for 145 yards and two TDs for the Als, who are now the lone undefeated team.
HAMILTON 25, Winnipeg 13 (24292) - Kevin Glenn completed 11-of-19 passes for 146 yards and two TDs as Hamilton used a strong fourth quarter to win two in a row for the first time since the end of the 2006 season.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  1 0  84 103  4 Montreal    3  0 0 133  53  6
Edmonton    1  2 0  57 107  2 Hamilton    2  1 0  73  71  4
British Col 1  2 0  92  81  2 Winnipeg    1  2 0  62  74  2
Calgary     1  2 0 101  91  2 Toronto     1  2 0  75 107  2
WEEK 4
THURSDAY JULY 23
MONTREAL 21, Hamilton 8 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 404 yards and moved into second place on the CFL's all-time TD passing list. Calvillo, passed Ron Lancaster with 335 career touchdown passes.
FRIDAY JULY 24
Toronto 19, WINNIPEG 5 (28466) - Jamal Robertson rushed 24 times for 101 yards and a TD, as Toronto bounced back after consecutive losses. Justin Medlock kicked four FGs as the Argos bolted to a 16-3 halftime lead.
Calgary 48, BRIT COL 10 (27191) - Joffrey Reynolds ran for 131 yards and two TDs, as the Stamps and beat the Lions for the fifth straight time, as Henry Burris threw for 163 yards and three TDs.
SATURDAY JULY 25
Edmonton 38, SASKATCHEWAN 33 (30945) - Arkee Whitlock's 18-yard TD run with just over eight minutes left was the difference. Ricky Ray threw for 247 yards, while Darian Durant totaled 238 yards for the 'Riders.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  2 0 117 141  4 Montreal    4  0 0 154  61  8
Edmonton    2  2 0  95 140  4 Hamilton    2  2 0  81  92  4
Calgary     2  2 0 149 101  4 Toronto     2  2 0  94 112  4
British Col 1  3 0 102 129  2 Winnipeg    1  3 0  67  93  2
WEEK 5
THURSDAY JULY 30
EDMONTON 33, Montreal 19 (33206) - Ricky Ray completed 23-of-27 passes for 363 yards with three TDs. Als QB Anthony Calvillo became just the second player in CFL history to pass for 60,000 yards.
FRIDAY JULY 31
HAMILTON 30, Brit Col 19 (20103) - Ti-Cats RB DeAndra' Cobb rushed for 167 yards on 17 carries and scored twice as Hamilton beat the Lions twice this year after dropping nine straight to B.C.
SATURDAY AUGUST 1
Winnipeg 13, TORONTO 12 (23821) - Alexis Serna hit a 48-yard FG with slightly more than four minutes left, while Argo K Justin Medlock tried a 57-yarder with 26 seconds left, but the ball clanged off the left upright.
Saskatchewan 24, CALGARY 23 (35650) - Darian Durant's 65-yard TD throw to Chris Getzlaf with 1:18 remaining in the game was the difference. Getzlaf finished with five catches for 101 yards and two TDs.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    3  2 0 141 164  6 Montreal    4  1 0 173  94  8
Edmonton    3  2 0 128 159  6 Hamilton    3  2 0 111 111  6
Calgary     2  3 0 172 125  4 Toronto     2  3 0 106 125  4
British Col 1  4 0 121 159  2 Winnipeg    2  3 0  80 105  4
WEEK 6
FRIDAY AUGUST 7
MONTREAL 25, Toronto 0 (20202) - Als QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 390 yards on 35- of-43 passing and Ben Cahoon went over 12,000 yards receiving. It was Montreal's first shutout since September 5, 1976.
BRIT COL 35, Saskatchewan 20 (30117) - Buck Pierce threw for 215 yards
on 26-of-34 efficiency with a TD and an interception to lead the Lions. Martell Mallett gained 99 yards on 17 carries and a TD and caught a TD for BC.
SATURDAY AUGUST 8
HAMILTON 28, Edmonton 21 (19206) - DeAndra Cobb rushed for 75 yards and a TD, and his 40-yard run late set up the game-winning score in heavy rain. Quinton Porter snuck in for the go-ahead TD with 46 seconds to go.
CALGARY 31, Winnipeg 23 (35650) - Henry Burris threw for 356 yards and two TDs, leading the Stamps. Joffrey Reynolds accounted for two TDs, one rushing and one receiving, with 51 rushing yards and 45 receiving yards.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    3  3 0 161 199  6 Montreal    5  1 0 198  94 10
Edmonton    3  3 0 149 187  6 Hamilton    4  2 0 139 132  8
Calgary     3  3 0 203 148  6 Toronto     2  4 0 106 150  4
British Col 2  4 0 156 179  4 Winnipeg    2  4 0 103 136  4
WEEK 7
THURSDAY AUGUST 13
EDMONTON 38, Calgary 35 (33065) - Eskimos WR  Fred Stamps made a diving grab of a Ricky Ray pass in the back of the end zone with nine seconds left. Ray finished with 342 yards and three TDs, and ran for one.
FRIDAY AUGUST 14
Brit Col 36, TORONTO 28 (24754) - Sean Whyte drilled a game-winning FG with eight seconds left. The Lions trailed 22-7 with just over five minutes to go in the third. Justin Medlock hit seven FGs, tying an Argo franchise mark.
SATURDAY AUGUST 15
Montreal 39, WINNIPEG 12 (25053) - Anthony Calvillo threw for 261 yards and four TDs fo the Als. Alexis Serna accounted for all of the Blue Bombers' scoring, hitting 4-of-5 field goal attempts.
SUNDAY AUGUST 16
SASKATCHEWAN 33, Hamilton 23 (30360) - Weston Dressler's 13-yard TD run with 6 1/2 minutes left proved to be the game-winning score during a rainy affair. The Riders won their 11th straight game against the Tiger- Cats.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton    4  3 0 187 222  8 Montreal    6  1 0 237 106 12
Saskatch    4  3 0 194 222  8 Hamilton    4  3 0 162 165  8
Calgary     3  4 0 238 186  6 Winnipeg    2  5 0 115 175  4
British Col 3  4 0 192 207  6 Toronto     2  5 0 134 186  4
WEEK 8 (Byes: Calgary, Edmonton, Hamilton, Toronto)
FRIDAY AUGUST 21
MONTREAL 34, Saskatchewan 25 (20202) - Als QB Anthony Calvillo threw two TD passes and Avon Cobourne rushed for 101 yards. Rider QB Darian Durant completed 19-of-31 passes for 326 yards and two TDs.
Winnipeg 37, BRIT COL 10 (27983) - Fred Reid rushed for a Bomber franchise-record 260 yards and two TDs on 26 carries to snap a 2-game Winnipeg losing skid. QB Michael Bishop threw for 131 yards and a TD.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton    4  3 0 187 222  8 Montreal    7  1 0 271 131 14
Saskatch    4  4 0 219 256  8 Hamilton    4  3 0 162 165  8
Calgary     3  4 0 238 186  6 Winnipeg    3  5 0 152 185  6
British Col 3  5 0 202 244  6 Toronto     2  5 0 134 186  4
WEEK 9 (Byes: B.C., Montreal, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg)
FRIDAY AUGUST 28
Calgary 23, TORONTO 20 (25329) - Henry Burris' eight-yard TD pass to Jeremaine Copeland with just over a minute to play sent the Argos to their 10th straight home loss. Burris set a Stamps record with 1,445 completions.
SATURDAY AUGUST 29
EDMONTON 31, Hamilton 30 (35036) - Noel Prefontaine's 49-yard FG in the final minute lifted the Eskimos to a comeback win. Arkee Whitlock accounted for three TDs for Edmonton, while Ricky Ray threw for 347 yards and a TD.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton    5  3 0 218 252 10 Montreal    7  1 0 271 131 14
Saskatch    4  4 0 219 256  8 Hamilton    4  4 0 192 196  8
Calgary     4  4 0 261 206  8 Winnipeg    3  5 0 152 185  6
British Col 3  5 0 202 244  6 Toronto     2  6 0 154 209  4
WEEK 10
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4
BRIT COLUMBIA 19, Montreal 12 (27199) - Jarious Jackson found Emmanuel Arceneaux in the end zone for the go-ahead TD as BC's Wally Buono tied Don Matthews as the all-time leader in coaching wins at 231.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6
SASKATCHEWAN 29, Winnipeg 14 (30945) - Wes Cates ran for 76 yards and also had 84 yards on six grabs to lead the Riders, while QB Darian Durant completed 23-of-37 passes for 246 yards and a TD.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
HAMILTON 34, Toronto 15 (30293) - Kevin Glenn threw for 273 yards and two scores on 20-of-36 completions, leading Hamilton, while the Argos losing streak reached five games and they are just 2-16 in their last 18.
CALGARY 32, Edmonton 8 (40729) - Calgary's Joffrey Reynolds ran 21 times for 116 yards and a TD and added three catches for 58 yards. Edmonton accumulated just 53 yards rushing as its two-game win streak ended.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton    5  4 0 226 284 10 Montreal    7  2 0 283 150 14
Saskatch    5  4 0 248 270 10 Hamilton    5  4 0 226 211 10
Calgary     5  4 0 293 214 10 Winnipeg    3  6 0 166 214  6
British Col 4  5 0 221 256  8 Toronto     2  7 0 169 243  4
WEEK 11
Friday, Sept. 11
TORONTO 25, Hamilton 22 (2OT) (26421) - Justin Medlock kicked the game-winning 28-yard FG and Jamal Robertson rushed for 117 yards and two TDs, as Toronto snapped a franchise-long 10-game skid at home.
Calgary 35, EDMONTON 34 (46212) - Henry Burris completed an 18-yard TD pass to Jeremaine Copeland in the final minutes to lift the Stamps, who  outscored the Esks 15-0 in the fourth quarter to pull out their third in a row.
Sunday, Sept. 13
MONTREAL 28, Brit Col 24 (20202) - Avon Cobourne scored the winning TD with 45 seconds to play. Anthony Calvillo completed 29 passes for 334 yards, a TD and an interception for the Als, who have won five of their last six.
Saskatchewan 55, WINNIPEG 10 (29553) - Riders QB Darian Durant threw for 225 yards and a TD and ran for another, while Wes Cates ran for two TDs and added a TD catch. Luca Congi booted five field goals in the win.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     6  4 0 328 248 12 Montreal    8  2 0 311 174 16
Saskatch    6  4 0 303 280 12 Hamilton    5  5 0 248 236 10
Edmonton    5  5 0 260 319 10 Winnipeg    3  7 0 176 269  6
British Col 4  6 0 245 284  8 Toronto     3  7 0 194 265  6
WEEK 12
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18
HAMILTON 24, Calgary 17 (19448) - Adam Tafralis hit Arland Bruce with the winning 36-yard TD pass with 4:24 to go, lifting Hamilton to their fifth straight home win, the longest streak since 2002 when they had eight in a row.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19
BRIT COL 23, Toronto 17 (27515) - Wally Buono became the winningest head coach in CFL history with the 232rd of his career, passing Don Matthews. Sean Whyte hit 5-of-6 of his field goal attempts for the Lions.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
MONTREAL 33, Winnipeg 14 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo threw for 338 yards and a TD for the Eastern-leading Alouettes. Avon Cobourne rushed for 80 yards and a TD and added five receptions for 52 yards with another score.
Edmonton 31, SASKATCHEWAN 27 (30945) - Ricky Ray connected with Maurice Mann on a 68- yard TD pass with just over a minute remaining to lead the Eskimos into a 3-way tie for first in the West.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    6  5 0 330 311 12 Montreal    9  2 0 344 188 18
Calgary     6  5 0 345 272 12 Hamilton    6  5 0 272 253 12
Edmonton    6  5 0 291 346 12 Winnipeg    3  8 0 190 302  6
British Col 5  6 0 268 301 10 Toronto     3  8 0 211 288  6
WEEK 13
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Montreal 42, HAMILTON 8 (22083) - RB Avon Cobourne ran for a career-high 193 yards on 23 carries for Montreal, which has won three in a row. Hamilton had a five-game home winning streak snapped.
CALGARY 27, Brit Col 17 (36702) - Henry Burris ran for two TDs and threw another, as Calgary won their third straight home game. Burris' TD toss moved him ahead of Doug Flutie for first place on the franchise list with 141.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26
Saskatchewan 23, EDMONTON 20 (62517) - The Eskimos set a single-game attendance record, but Steven Jyles' TD run in the fourth quarter gave the Riders their third win in their last four games.
WINNIPEG 29, Toronto 24 (22446) - Michael Bishop threw for 312 yards and a pair of TDs, as the Blue Bombers withstood a late charge from the Argos and ended a three-game skid. Alexis Serna kicked four FGs for the victors.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    7  5 0 353 331 14 Montreal   10  2 0 386 196 20
Calgary     7  5 0 372 289 14 Hamilton    6  6 0 280 295 12
Edmonton    6  6 0 311 369 12 Winnipeg    4  8 0 219 326  8
British Col 5  7 0 285 328 10 Toronto     3  9 0 235 317  6
WEEK 14
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2
WINNIPEG 27, Edmonton 17 (21965) - Michael Bishop completed 20-of-34 passes for 184 yards with a TD, and Jovon Johnson returned a missed field goal 118 yards for a TD, as the Blue Bombers solidified their playoff hopes.
BRIT COL 19, Saskatchewan 16 (31958) - Sean Whyte's fourth FG of the game, a 33-yarder, broke a tie in the waning seconds. Lions QB Buck Pierce passed for 343 yards, while Riders QB Darian Durant was intercepted twice.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 3
Montreal 27, TORONTO 8 (26828) - Anthony Calvillo completed 22-of-31 passes for 216 yards, one TD and one interception as Montreal clinched the first playoff berth of the season and the Eastern Division title
CALGARY 15, Hamilton 14 (36753) - Sandro DeAngelis connected on five of his six FG attempts to lead the Stampeders to a division lead. Henry Burris went 14-of-20 for 132 yards but was picked off twice for Calgary.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     8  5 0 387 303 16 Z-Montreal 11  2 0 413 204 22
Saskatch    7  6 0 369 350 14 Hamilton    6  7 0 294 310 12
Edmonton    6  7 0 328 396 12 Winnipeg    5  8 0 246 343 10
British Col 6  7 0 304 344 12 Toronto     3 10 0 243 344  6
Z-Clinched division title
WEEK 15
FRIDAY OCTOBER 9
B.C. 34, EDMONTON 31 (30120) - Geroy Simon's 62-yard TD catch, his second of the game,  with 12 seconds left led the Lions to their 2nd straight win. Lions QB Buck Pierce went 23-for-38 with 301 yards and three TDs.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 10
SASKATCHEWAN 32, Toronto 22 (29361) - Darian Durant threw for three TDs to pace Saskatchewan, while Kerry Joseph was 8-of-22 for 82 yards and was picked off once for the Argos, who have lost nine of their last 10.
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
MONTREAL 32, Calgary 11 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo threw four TD passes, including three to Jamel Richardson, as the Alouettes routed the Stamps. Calvillo completed 26-of-37 attempts for 289 yards.
Winnipeg 38, HAMILTON 28 (19562) - Michael Bishop threw for 356 yards
and three scores, as the Bombers extended its winning streak to three. for
Hamilton has lost three in a row.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     8  6 0 398 335 16 Z-Montreal 12  2 0 445 215 24
Saskatch    8  6 0 401 372 16 Hamilton    6  8 0 322 348 12
British Col 7  7 0 338 375 14 Winnipeg    6  8 0 284 371 12
Edmonton    6  8 0 359 430 12 Toronto     3 11 0 265 376  6
Z-Clinched division title
WEEK 16
FRIDAY OCTOBER 16
Edmonton 22, TORONTO 19 (26515) - Arkee Whitlock rushed for a season-high 145 yards and scored twice to lead the Eskimos, who have won two in a row and four of five. The Argos were officially eliminated from the playoffs.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 17
CALGARY 44, Saskatchewan 44 (T) (38623) - Henry Burris' five-yard TD pass to Brett Ralph on the final possession of overtime gave the Stamps the tie. Darian Durant threw for 427 yards and two TDs for the Riders.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
MONTREAL 41, Hamilton 38 (20202) - Anthony Calvillo and Adrian McPherson each threw a pair of TD passes, as the Als handed the Ti-Cats their fourth loss in a row. Montreal has won eight straight home games.
Brit Col 24, WINNIPEG 21 (24048) - Travis Lulay hit A.J. Harris for a 30-yard TD early in the fourth and B.C. held on for the win. Bombers QB Michael Bishop threw three interceptions -- one of those returned for a score.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     8  6 1 442 379 17 Z-Montreal 13  2 0 486 253 26
Saskatch    8  6 1 445 416 17 Hamilton    6  9 0 360 389 12
British Col 8  7 0 362 398 16 Winnipeg    6  9 0 305 395 12
Edmonton    7  8 0 381 449 14 Toronto     3 12 0 284 398  6
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK 17
FRIDAY OCTOBER 23
Hamilton 26, TORONTO 17 (25352) - Kevin Glenn threw for 322 yards and a TD, and DeAndra' Cobb rushed for 80 yards on 17 attempts and also caught a TD pass, as Hamilton snapped a four-game losing streak.
CALGARY 30, Edmonton 7 (35650) - Henry Burris threw for 346 yards and a TD and ran for 25 yards and a score to lead the Stamps, who clinched a postseason berth. Joffrey Reynolds added a pair of TDs for Calgary.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 24
WINNIPEG 41, Montreal 24 (21378) - Michael Bishop tossed two TDs, while Terrence Edwards caught six passes for 156 yards and a TD for Winnipeg, which has won four of their last five, and ended the Al's six-game win streak.
SASKATCHEWAN 33, Brit Col 30 (OT) (30945) - Luca Congi made a 29-yard FG in OT, and James Patrick intercepted an end zone heave from Casey Printers to give the Riders a tie for first in the West with two games to play.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary   9  6 1 472 386 19 Z-Montreal 13  3 0 510 294 26
X-Saskatch  9  6 1 478 446 19 Hamilton    7  9 0 386 406 14
British Col 8  8 0 392 431 16 Winnipeg    7  9 0 346 419 14
Edmonton    7  9 0 388 479 14 Toronto     3 13 0 301 424  6
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK 18
FRIDAY OCTOBER 30
EDMONTON 36, Toronto 10 (30012) - Ricky Ray threw for 332 yards and a TD to keep the Esks playoff hopes alive. Arkee Whitlock gained 114 yards and scored a TD, while Derek Schiavone converted all five FG attempts.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 31
HAMILTON 24, Saskatchewan 6 (24586) - Ti-Cats QB Kevin Glenn completed 21-of-35 passes for 233 yards and a TD, while DeAndra' Cobb ran for 159 yards to become the seventh CFL RB to rush for 1,000 yards.
Calgary 28, BRIT COL 26 (27131) - Sandro DeAngelis' 27-yard FG with time expiring secured a home playoff game for the Stamps.  Henry Burris threw for 306 yards and a TD on 17-of-31 passing for Calgary.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
MONTREAL 48, Winnipeg 14 (20202) - Als QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 305 yards and two TDs. The 14 wins ties a franchise record. The Blue Bombers will play Hamilton next week for the right to go to the playoffs.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary  10  6 1 500 412 21 Z-Montreal 14  3 0 558 308 28
X-Saskatch  9  7 1 484 470 19 Hamilton    8  9 0 410 412 16
British Col 8  9 0 418 459 16 Winnipeg    7 10 0 360 467 14
Edmonton    8  9 0 424 489 16 Toronto     3 14 0 311 460  6
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK 19
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6
Edmonton 45, BRIT COLUMBIA 13 (31515) - Arkee Whitlock carried the ball 20 times for 165 yards and scored two of Edmonton's five rushing TDs, as the Esks clinched a playoff spot, while QB Ricky Ray had two rushing TDs.
Saturday, Nov. 7
Montreal 42, TORONTO 17 (28293) - Damon Duval matched an Als record with seven FGs and set a new CFL record for points in a single season with 242, , while the Argos ended the season on an eight-game skid.
SASKATCHEWAN 30, Calgary 14 (30945) - Darian Durant threw two TD passes, including a 25-yarder in the second quarter to Rob Bagg, as the Riders clinched their first West Division regular-season title since 1976.
Sunday, Nov. 8
Hamilton 39, WINNIPEG 17 (29038) - Kevin Glenn passed for 316 yards and a TD and also ran for a TD, while Jeremy Ito kicked three FGs for the Ti-Cats, who wrapped up second in the East and ended the Bombers' playoff hopes.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Z-Saskatch 10  7 1 514 484 21 Z-Montreal 15  3 0 600 325 30
X-Calgary  10  7 1 514 442 21 X-Hamilton  9  9 0 449 429 18
X-Edmonton  9  9 0 469 502 18 Winnipeg    7 11 0 377 506 14
X-Brit Col  8 10 0 431 504 16 Toronto     3 15 0 328 502  6
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
Playoffs - Division Semi-Finals
Nov 15  - British Columbia (8-10) 34, HAMILTON (9-9) 27 (OT) (27430) - Ian Smart's eight-yard TD catch in OT proved to be the difference, as the Lions advanced to the East Final. Casey Printers threw for 360 yards and a TD for the Lions. Kevin Glenn completed 31-of-51 passes for 437 yards and two TD for Hamilton, which was hosting a playoff game for the first time since 2001.
Nov 15  - CALGARY (10-7-1) 24, Edmonton (9-9) 21 (31356) - Henry Burris  threw two TD passes and Joffrey  Reynolds powered  the running  game, as Calgary advanced. Burris was 19-of-32 for 264 yards, while Reynolds had 127 yards on 18 carries for the Stamps. Ricky  Ray completed 18-of-30 passes for 162 yards and added a score on the ground for the Eskimos.
Division Finals
Nov 22 - MONTREAL (15-3) 56, British Columbia (9-10) 18 (53792) - Anthony Calvillo threw for five TDs as Montreal rolled. The 16-year veteran completed 19-of-28 passes for 312 yards. Jamel Richardson notched a pair of TD catches and returned a blocked punt for a TD for Montreal.
Nov 22 - SASKATCHEWAN (10-7-1) 27, Calgary (11-7-1) 17 (30945) - Darian Durant tossed three TD passes as the Roughriders advanced to the Grey Cup. Andy Fantuz, Rob Bagg and Chris Getzlaf each caught a TD pass for the Riders. Calgary's Henry Burris threw for a TD, but was picked off three times.
(97th Grey Cup Championship At Calgary - Sunday November 29 - 46,020)
MONTREAL ALOUETTES (16-3) 28, SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS (11-7-1) 27 - Damon Duval's 33-yard FG on the final play, off a second opportunity thanks to a Saskatchewan penalty, boosted Montreal to an improbable win. The Alouettes, who lost last year's CFL title game to Calgary, rallied from a 16-point deficit in the final quarter to win the Grey Cup for the first time since 2002. Montreal lost its previous three times in the title game, but got a huge reprieve thanks to the Roughriders having 13 men on the field with zeroes showing on the clock, after Duval pushed a FG try wide right. The ball was moved 10 yards closer and Duval was true on the final attempt. Anthony Calvillo, who was honored as the CFL's top player, completed 26-of-39 passes for 314 yards with a pair of TDs for the Alouettes. Jamel Richardson caught eight passes for 113 yards and a score for the Alouettes, while Avon Cobourne had 16 rushes for 85 yards and a TD and was named the game's MVP. Cobourne also caught six passes for 64 yards.

















WEEK ONE (TIMES EST)
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10
PITTSBURGH 13, Tennessee 10 (OT) (65110) - Jeff Reed's 33-yard FG gave the Steelers the win. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 363 yards on 33-of-43 passing. The defending champion has now won 10 straight openers
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13
ATLANTA 19, Miami 7 - Falcons QB Matt Ryan threw for 229 yards and two TDs. Tony Gonzalez, in his first game with the Falcons after 12 outstanding years with Kansas City, caught five passes for 73 yards and a TD.
BALTIMORE 38, Kansas City 24 - Joe Flacco threw a 31-yard TD to Mark Clayton with 2:06 to play, and Willis McGahee ran for two TDs as  Baltimore's 501 yards of total offense marked a single-game franchise record.
Philadelphia 38, CAROLINA 10 - Donovan McNabb accounted for three TDs in Philadelphia's drubbing, but his rushing TD in the third made him leave. Panthers QB Jake Delhomme threw four interceptions and lost a fumble.
Denver 12, CINCINNATI 7 - After the Bengals grabbed a 7-6 lead on Cedric Benson's one-yard TD run with 38 seconds left, Brandon Stokley grabbed a tipped pass for an 87-yard TD with 11 seconds left for the win.
Minnesota 34, CLEVELAND 20 - Vikings RB Adrian Peterson ran for 180 yards and three TDs and Brett Favre threw a TD pass to Percy Harvin. The Browns scored an offensive TD late, its first since Week 10 of last year.
N.Y. Jets 24, HOUSTON 7 - Jets QB Mark Sanchez enjoyed a solid debut, passing for 272 yards and a TD. Thomas Jones had 107 rushing yards and two TDs to give Rex Ryan a victory in his Jets' coaching debut.
INDIANAPOLIS 14, Jacksonville 12 - Peyton Manning threw for 301 yards in the debut of new Colts coach Jim Caldwell, whose team won its 10th straight regular season game. Maurice Jones-Drew had the only Jag TD.
NEW ORLEANS 45, Detroit 27 - Saints QB Drew Brees, went 26-for-34 with 358 yards and six TDs, while the Lions QB Drew Stafford, the first overall pick of this year's draft, was picked off three times in Detroit's 18th straight loss.
Dallas 34, TAMPA BAY 21 - Tony Romo threw for a career-high 353 yards and three TDs to help Dallas spoil the coaching debut of Tampa's Raheem Morris. Byron Leftwich went 25-of-41 for 276 yards and a TD for the Bucs.
San Francisco 20, ARIZONA 16 (61981) - Frank Gore scored two TDs, including the eventual winning TD catch halfway through the fourth. Kurt Warner passed for 288 yards, two interceptions and a TD for the Cardinals.
NY GIANTS 23, Washington 17 (78206) - Lawrence Tynes hit all three of his FG attempts and Eli Manning tossed for 256 yards and a TD, as the Giants had a pair of time-consuming drives in the fourth that sealed the game.
SEATTLE 28, St. Louis 0 (67610) - Matt Hasselbeck passed for 279 yards and three TDs for the Seahawks, who gave Jim Mora, Jr. a victory in his coaching debut, in its biggest opening-game victory since 1998.
GREEN BAY 21, Chicago 15
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14
NEW ENGLAND 25, Buffalo 24 - Tom Brady hit Benjamin Watson for a pair of TDs in the waning minutes, the last a 16-yarder occurring with 50 seconds remaining in the game after Buffalo's Leodis McKelvin fumbled a KO return.
San Diego 24, OAKLAND 20 - Darren Sproles scored on a 5-yard run with 18 seconds left.  JaMarcus Russell gave Oakland the lead with 2:34 left on a 57-yard connection to rookie Louis Murphy on a 4th-and-14 play.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         1  0 0  34  21 NY Jets        1  0 0  24   7
Philadelphia   1  0 0  28  10 New England    1  0 0  25  24
NY Giants      1  0 0  23  17 Buffalo        0  1 0  24  25
Washington     0  1 0  17  23 Miami          0  1 0   7  19
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      1  0 0  34  20 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  13  10
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  21  15 Baltimore      1  0 0  38  24
Chicago        0  1 0  15  21 Cleveland      0  1 0  20  34
Detroit        0  1 0  27  45 Cincinnati     0  1 0   7  12
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        1  0 0  19   7 Indianapolis   1  0 0  14  12
New Orleans    1  0 0  42  27 Tennessee      0  1 0  10  13
Carolina       0  1 0  10  38 Jacksonville   0  1 0  12  14
Tampa Bay      0  1 0  21  34 Houston        0  1 0   7  24
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  1  0 0  20  16 Denver         1  0 0  12   7
Seattle        1  0 0  28   0 San Diego      1  0 0  24  20
Arizona        0  1 0  16  20 Oakland        0  1 0  20  24
St. Louis      0  1 0   0  28 Kansas City    0  1 0  24  38
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
Cincinnati 31, GREEN BAY 24
ATLANTA 28, Carolina 20 - Falcons QB Matt Ryan threw three TD passes and Michael Turner added 105 yards with a score on the ground. Panthers QB Jake Delhomme connected on 25-of-41 throws for 308 yards with a TD.
Minnesota 27, DETROIT 13 - Brett Favre threw two TD passes and Adrian Peterson ran for one score as Minnesota handed Detroit its 18th straight loss. Favre started his 271st straight game, an NFL record.
Arizona 31, JACKSONVILLE 17 - Cards QB Kurt Warner, who completed 24 of 26 passes, threw for 243 yards and two TDs and completed his first 15 passes to set a team record for most completions to start a contest.
Oakland 13, KANSAS CITY 10 - JaMarcus Russell was able to put a poor performance behind him with 2 1/2 minutes to play and led the Raiders 69 yards with Darren McFadden finding the end zone for the game-winner.
NY JETS 16, New England 9 - Rookie QB Mark Sanchez threw for 163 yards and a TD on 14-of-22 passing, while Jay Feely converted three field goals for the Jets, who had lost eight straight at home to their AFC East rivals.
New Orleans 48, PHILADELPHIA 22 - Drew Brees completed 25-of-34 passes for 311 yards and three TDs, while Marques Colston caught two TDs for the Saints, who hadn't won in Philadelphia since October 13, 1991.
Houston 34, TENNESSEE 31 - Matt Schaub threw for 357 yards and four TDs on 25-of-39 passing, but it was Kris Brown's 23-yard FG with 2:55 left that won the game. Titans' Chris Johnson gained 284 total yards and three TDs.
WASHINGTON 9, St. Louis 7 - Shaun Suisham kicked three FGs to lead the Redskins. Jason Campbell completed 23-of-35 passes for 242 yards and added 28 yards on seven carries for the Redskins.
BUFFALO 33, Tampa Bay 20 - Bills QB Trent Edwards threw for two TDs and Fred Jackson gained a career-high 163 yards on 28 carries. The Buccaneers were playing in Buffalo for the first time in team history.
SAN FRANCISCO 23, Seattle 10 - Frank Gore rushed for 207 yards, including TD runs of 79 and 80 yards, as the 49ers handled the Seahawks. Gore, who carried the ball 16 times, also had five receptions for 39 yards for the 49ers.
CHICAGO 17, Pittsburgh 14 - Robbie Gould split the uprights from 44 yards out with 15 seconds to go and the Bears took advantage of two missed FGs from Pittsburgh's Jeff Reed in the final quarter to beat the defending champs.
DENVER 27, Cleveland 6 - Kyle Orton was 19-of-37 for 263 yards and a  TD as Denver used a strong second half win the season's first two games for the third straight year. Correll Buckhalter gained 76 yards and a TD.
Baltimore 31, SAN DIEGO 26 - Joe Flacco was an efficient 17-for-26 passing with 190 yards and two scores and Willis McGahee ran for two TDs as the Ravens stayed perfect.
NY Giants 33, DALLAS 31 - Lawrence Tynes' 37-yard FG as time expired ruined the debut of the new Cowboy's stadium. The 105,121 tickets distributed eclipsed the 103,467 sold in a game in Mexico City in 2005.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
Indianapolis 27, MIAMI 23 - Peyton Manning needed the 37th game-winning drive to surpass Johnny Unitas as the franchise leader in wins. The Colts had the ball for only 14:53, the lowest total for a winning team since 1977.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      2  0 0  56  48 NY Jets        2  0 0  40  16
Dallas         1  1 0  65  54 New England    1  1 0  34  40
Philadelphia   1  1 0  50  58 Buffalo        1  1 0  57  45
Washington     1  1 0  26  30 Miami          0  2 0  30  46
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      2  0 0  61  33 Baltimore      2  0 0  69  50
GREEN BAY      1  1 0  45  46 Pittsburgh     1  1 0  27  27
Chicago        1  1 0  32  35 Cincinnati     1  1 0  38  36
Detroit        0  2 0  40  72 Cleveland      0  2 0  26  61
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        2  0 0  47  27 Indianapolis   2  0 0  41  35
New Orleans    2  0 0  90  49 Houston        1  1 0  41  55
Tampa Bay      0  2 0  41  67 Jacksonville   0  2 0  29  45
Carolina       0  2 0  30  66 Tennessee      0  2 0  41  47
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  2  0 0  43  26 Denver         2  0 0  39  13
Seattle        1  1 0  38  23 San Diego      1  1 0  50  51
Arizona        1  1 0  47  37 Oakland        1  1 0  33  34
St. Louis      0  2 0   7  37 Kansas City    0  2 0  34  51
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
Green Bay 36, ST. LOUIS 17
BALTIMORE 34, Cleveland 3 - The Ravens continued their offensive assault with 479 yards of offense, including a career-high 342 passing yards from Joe Flacco, while the defense had its best day to date with four turnovers.
CINCINNATI 23, Pittsburgh 20 - Andre Caldwell's 4-yard TD catch with 14 seconds left clinched the shocker. Carson Palmer went 20-for-37 with 183 yards and a TD while Cedric Benson ran for 76 yards and a TD.
DETROIT 19, Washington 14 - Detroit's 19-game losing streak is over. The 19-game losing streak was tied for the second-worst in NFL history. Matthew Stafford went 21-for-36 with 241 yards and a score for the Lions.
Jacksonville 31, HOUSTON 24 - Jags RB Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 119 yards and tied a career high with three TDs. Texans QB Matt Schaub connected on 26-of-35 passes for 300 yards, three TDs and an interception.
MINNESOTA 27, San Francisco 24 - Vikings QB Brett Favre completed a 32-yard TD pass to Greg Lewis with two seconds left. The Vikings began the game-winning drive with a minute and a half to go at their own 20.
NEW ENGLAND 26, Atlanta 10 - Patriots RB Fred Taylor rushed for 105 yards and a TD on 21 carries, while Tom Brady threw for 277 yards and a score on 25-of-42 passing for the Pats, who got four FGs from Stephen Gostkowski.
PHILADELPHIA 34, Kansas City 14 - Eagles QB Kevin Kolb threw for 327 yards and two TDs, overshadowing Michael Vick's return to the field. Vick didn't play an enormous role, appearing in only a handful of plays.
N.Y. Giants 24, TAMPA BAY 0 - The Giants outgained the Buccaneers, 397-86, as QB Eli Manning threw for 161 yards and two TDs. Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 104 yards and Brandon Jacobs added 92 yards and a TD.
New Orleans 27, BUFFALO 7 - Pierre Thomas rushed for 126 yards and two TDs as New Orleans stayed perfect. Bills WR Terrell Owens failed to record a catch, breaking a 185-game streak with at least one reception.
Chicago 25, SEATTLE 19 - Devin Hester scored the go-ahead, 36-yard TD with less than two minutes to go. QB Jay Cutler tossed three TDs and threw for 247 yards, while also throwing an interception and losing a fumble.
NY JETS 24, Tennessee 17 - Mark Sanchez threw for two TDs and ran for one, becoming the Jets' first QB to win the initial three starts of his career, as he threw for 171 yards for the Jets, who are off to their best start since 2004.
Denver 23, OAKLAND 3 - Correll Buckhalter gained 108 yards and Kyle Orton
threw for 157 yards and a TD to keep Denver perfect. JaMarcus Russell was 12-of-21 for 61 yards with two interceptions for the Raiders.
SAN DIEGO 23, Miami 13 - Nate Kaeding kicked three FGs and Eric Weddle returned an interception for a TD to lead the Chargers, while QB Philip Rivers threw for 303 yards on 18-of-33 completions and ran for the other score.
Indianapolis 31, ARIZONA 10 - Peyton Manning threw for 379 yards and four TDs for Indianapolis, which has 12 consecutive regular-season wins -- the longest current streak. The Colts offense racked up 505 total yards.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28
DALLAS 21, Carolina 7 - Terence Newman's interception return for a TD late in the fourth sealed the win, while RB Felix Jones gained 94 yards before leaving with a knee injury, while Rashard Choice had 118 yards and a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      3  0 0  80  48 NY Jets        3  0 0  64  33
Philadelphia   2  1 0  84  72 New England    2  1 0  60  50
Dallas         2  1 0  86  61 Buffalo        1  2 0  64  72
Washington     1  2 0  40  49 Miami          0  3 0  43  69
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      3  0 0  88  57 Baltimore      3  0 0 103  53
GREEN BAY      2  1 0  81  63 Cincinnati     2  1 0  61  56
Chicago        2  1 0  57  54 Pittsburgh     1  2 0  47  50
Detroit        1  2 0  59  86 Cleveland      0  3 0  29  95
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    3  0 0 117  56 Indianapolis   3  0 0  72  45
Atlanta        2  1 0  57  53 Houston        1  2 0  65  86
Carolina       0  3 0  37  87 Jacksonville   1  2 0  60  69
Tampa Bay      0  3 0  41  91 Tennessee      0  3 0  58  71
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  2  1 0  67  53 Denver         3  0 0  62  16
Seattle        1  2 0  57  48 San Diego      2  1 0  73  64
Arizona        1  2 0  57  68 Oakland        1  2 0  36  57
St. Louis      0  3 0  24  73 Kansas City    0  3 0  48  85
WEEK FOUR (Byes: Arizona, Atlanta, Carolina, Philadelphia)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
CHICAGO 48, Detroit 24 - Jay Cutler threw two TD passes and ran for a TD  for the Bears, who have won three straight after dropping the season opener. He went 18-for-28 with 141 yards, and Matt Forte ran for 121 yards and a TD.
Cincinnati 23, CLEVELAND 20 (OT) - Shayne Graham kicked a 31-yard FG with four seconds left in OT. Billy Cundiff connected on field goals of 26 and 31 yards in the fourth to provide Cleveland with a 20-14 lead with 6:34 to play.
HOUSTON 29, Oakland 6 - Steve Slaton had a rushing TD and another
receiving, as the Texans used a number of big plays to dominate. JaMarcus Russell connected on just 12-of-33 passes for 128 yards for the Raiders.
INDIANAPOLIS 34, Seattle 17 - Colts QB Peyton Manning threw for 353 yards with a pair of TDs. Manning threw his 342nd career touchdown pass to tie Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton for third on the all-time list.
JACKSONVILLE 37, Tennessee 17 - David Garrard tossed three TDs, including a pair to Mike Sims-Walker, and finished with 323 passing yards to lead Jacksonville. Maurice Jones-Drew added a touchdown on the ground.
N.Y. Giants 27, KANSAS CITY 16 - Steve Smith racked up 134 yards and a TDs on 11 receptions, as the Giants beat the Chiefs for the fourth straight time. Eli Manning  left the game in the fourth after he bruised his heel.
NEW ENGLAND 27, Baltimore 21 - Tom Brady threw for 258 yards and one TD pass and ran for another score to lead the Patriots, who have won two games in a row and handed the Ravens their first loss.
WASHINGTON 16, Tampa Bay 13 - Santana Moss had the go-ahead 59-yard TD catch late in the third as the Skins rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit , while QB Jason Campbell threw for two TDs and three interceptions.
MIAMI 38, Buffalo 10 - Ronnie Brown rushed for 115 yards and two TDs and Ricky Williams added 85 yards and a TD as Miami won in Chad Henne's first start in place of the injured Chad Pennington.
NEW ORLEANS 24, N.Y. Jets 10 - New Orleans' defense rattled rookie Mark Sanchez into four turnovers. Darren Sharper returned an interception 99 yards for a TD and Remi Ayodele fell on a Sanchez fumble in the end zone.
DENVER 17, Dallas 10 - Kyle Orton threw for 243 yards and a pair of TDs, and the Denver defense produced a stellar goal-line stand in the waning seconds. Brandon Marshall caught the go-ahead 51-yard TD with 1:46 to go.
SAN FRANCISCO 35, St. Louis 0 - Shaun Hill threw two TD passes and the 49ers scored twice on defense and once on special teams. The Rams have lost eight straight on the road and own the longest current losing skid at 14.
PITTSBURGH 38, San Diego 28 - Rashard Mendenhall ran for 165 yards and two TDs, as the Steelers nearly blew a four-touchdown lead. Ben Roethlisberger completed 26-of-33 passes for 333 yards and two TDs.
MONDAY OCTOBER 5
MINNESOTA 30, Green Bay 23
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      4  0 0 107  64 NY Jets        3  1 0  74  57
Philadelphia   2  1 0  84  72 New England    3  1 0  87  71
Dallas         2  2 0  96  78 Buffalo        1  3 0  74 110
Washington     2  2 0  56  62 Miami          1  3 0  81  79
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      4  0 0 118  80 Baltimore      3  1 0 124  80
Chicago        3  1 0 105  78 Cincinnati     3  1 0  84  76
GREEN BAY      2  2 0 104  93 Pittsburgh     2  2 0  85  78
Detroit        1  3 0  83 134 Cleveland      0  4 0  49 118
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    4  0 0 141  66 Indianapolis   4  0 0 106  62
Atlanta        2  1 0  57  53 Houston        2  2 0  94  92
Carolina       0  3 0  37  87 Jacksonville   2  2 0  97  86
Tampa Bay      0  4 0  54 107 Tennessee      0  4 0  75 108
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  3  1 0 102  53 Denver         4  0 0  79  26
Arizona        1  2 0  57  68 San Diego      2  2 0 101 102
Seattle        1  3 0  74  82 Oakland        1  3 0  42  86
St. Louis      0  4 0  24 108 Kansas City    0  4 0  64 112
WEEK FIVE (Byes: Chicago, Green Bay, New Orleans, San Diego)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
Cincinnati 17, BALTIMORE 14 - Carson Palmer threw a 20-yard TD to Andre Caldwell with 22 seconds to play. The score was the culmination of an 11-play, 80-yard drive that was extended by three Baltimore penalties.
Cleveland 6, BUFFALO 3 - Billy Cundiff's 18-yard FG with 23 seconds to go lifted Cleveland, while Jamal Lewis gained 117 yards on 31 carries to give head coach Eric Mangini his first victory with Cleveland.
CAROLINA 20, Washington 17 - Jonathan Stewart's eight-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference, as the Carolina Panthers rallied from a 17-2 deficit in the third quarter.
Pittsburgh 28, DETROIT 20 - Ben Roethlisberger threw three TD passes to lead the Steelers. James Harrison was the defensive star for Pittsburgh as he finished the contest with three sacks and eight tackles.
Dallas 26, KANSAS CITY 20 (OT) - Cowboys QB Miles Austin had career day in his first NFL start, catching 10 passes for 250 yards and two TDs, including the game-winning, 60-yard TD catch in overtime.
NY GIANTS 44, Oakland 7 - Eli Manning's heel wasn't a problem, as the QB threw for 173 yards and a pair of scores in just under two quarters to lead New York, while Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 110 yards and two TDs.
PHILADELPHIA 33, Tampa Bay 14 - Donovan McNabb returned to the Eagles' lineup and threw for 264 yards and three TDs in keeping the Bucs winless. McNabb threw TDs of 51 and 40 yards to rookie Jeremy Maclin.
Minnesota 38, ST. LOUIS 10 - Brett Favre threw for a TD and Adrian Peterson ran for two TDs, while Minnesota, 5-0 for the first time since 2003, was aided by three ill-timed turnovers committed by the Rams inside the red zone.
Atlanta 45, SAN FRANCISCO 10 - Roddy White caught two TDs and Michael Turner rushed for three more, all in the first half, as Atlanta jumped all over the 49ers. Falcons QB Matt Ryan passed for 329 yards with two touchdowns.
ARIZONA 28, Houston 21 - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie intercepted Matt Schaub and returned it 49 yards for the go-ahead TD late in the fourth, and the Cardinals used a goal-line stand in the closing minute for the win.
DENVER 20, New England 17 (OT) - Matt Prater's 41-yard FG less than five minutes into OT for the Broncos, who were off to their best start since 1998.
Denver QB Kyle Orton finished 35-of-48 for 330 yards and two TDs
SEATTLE 41, Jacksonville 0 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for 241 yards and four TDs, as the Seahawks handed the Jaguars their worst defeat since losing 44-0 to Detroit in their inaugural season of 1995.
Indianapolis 31, TENNESSEE 9 - Peyton Manning threw for 309 yards and three TDs, as the Colts remained perfect and the Titans winless. Manning has 345 TDs, moving him past Fran Tarkenton (342) for the third-most.
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
MIAMI 31, NY Jets 27 - Ronnie Brown scored a pair of TDs and his two-yard draw to paydirt with six seconds left gave Miami the win. Dolphins QB Chad Henne, in his second career start, finished with 241 yards and two TDs.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  0 0 151  71 NY Jets        3  2 0 101  88
Philadelphia   3  1 0 117  86 New England    3  2 0 104  91
Dallas         3  2 0 122  98 Miami          2  3 0 112 106
Washington     2  3 0  73  82 Buffalo        1  4 0  77 116
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      5  0 0 156  90 Cincinnati     4  1 0 101  90
Chicago        3  1 0 105  78 Baltimore      3  2 0 138  97
GREEN BAY      2  2 0 104  93 Pittsburgh     3  2 0 113  98
Detroit        1  4 0 103 162 Cleveland      1  4 0  55 121
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    4  0 0 141  66 Indianapolis   5  0 0 137  71
Atlanta        3  1 0 102  63 Houston        2  3 0 115 120
Carolina       1  3 0  57 104 Jacksonville   2  3 0  97 127
Tampa Bay      0  5 0  68 140 Tennessee      0  5 0  84 139
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  3  2 0 112  98 Denver         5  0 0  99  43
Arizona        2  2 0  85  89 San Diego      2  2 0 101 102
Seattle        2  3 0 115  82 Oakland        1  4 0  49 120
St. Louis      0  5 0  34 146 Kansas City    0  5 0  84 138
WEEK SIX (Byes: Dallas, Indianapolis, Miami, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
GREEN BAY 26, Detroit 0
Houston 28, CINCINNATI 17 - Matt Schaub completed 28-of-40 passes for a season-high 392 yards and four TDs as the Texans used a strong third quarter to take down the Bengals.
JACKSONVILLE 23, St. Louis 20 (OT) - Josh Scobee's 36-yard FG in OT gave Jacksonville the victory over the still winless Rams. Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 133 yards and three TDs on 33 carries for the Jags.
MINNESOTA 33, Baltimore 31 - Ryan Longwell converted all four of his FGs for Minnesota, his final one, a 31-yarder, with 1:56 remaining. Ravens K Steven Hauschka pulled a 44-yard attempt left of the upright as time expired.
NEW ORLEANS 48, N.Y. Giants 27 - Drew Brees threw for 369 yards and four TDs to lead the Saints n a battle of unbeaten NFC powerhouses. Brees recorded his 32nd career game with at least 300 passing yards.
PITTSBURGH 27, Cleveland 14 - Ben Roethlisberger threw for 417 yards and two TDs as Pittsburgh downed Cleveland for the 12th consecutive time. Roethlisberger threw scores to Hines Ward and Heath Miller.
Carolina 28, TAMPA BAY 21 - DeAngelo Williams' TD with 29 seconds left to keep Tampa Bay winless. Williams ended with a game-best 152 yards and two scores on 30 carries for the Panthers who have won two in a row.
Kansas City 14, WASHINGTON 6 - Two of Ryan Succop's four FGs came in the fourth, lifting Kansas City to their first win of the season. Larry Johnson rushed for a season-high 83 yards on 23 carries.
OAKLAND 13, Philadelphia 9 - Zach Miller caught six passes for 139 yards and the game's only TD, as the Raiders used a strong defensive effort to pull off the upset. JaMarcus Russell passed for 224 yards for Oakland.
Arizona 27, SEATTLE 3 - Kurt Warner surpassed 30,000 passing yards for his career and led the Cardinals to the easy win. He tied Dan Marino for the quickest to break the 30,000-yard mark (114 games) with 30,032 yards.
NEW ENGLAND 59, Tennessee 0 - In snowy conditions, Tom Brady set an NFL record with five TD passes in the 2nd quarter and tied his own franchise mark with six. The margin of victory was the largest in the league since 1976.
Buffalo 16, NY JETS 13 (OT) - After missing the potential game-winning FG at the end of regulation, Rian Lindell snuck a 47-yard FG just inside the right upright with 2:44 remaining in overtime to give the Bills the win.
ATLANTA 21, Chicago 14 - Matt Ryan threw for two scores and orchestrated the game-winning drive late in the fourth, capped by a Michael Turner TD run. Ryan also threw two picks in what was a sloppy game on both sides.
MONDAY OCTOBER 19
Denver 34, SAN DIEGO 23 - Eddie Royal became the first player in Broncos history to return a kickoff and punt for a TD in the same game, while QB Kyle Orton threw for 229 yards and a pair of TDs to keep Denver perfect.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  1 0 178 119 New England    4  2 0 163  91
Philadelphia   3  2 0 126  99 NY Jets        3  3 0 114 104
Dallas         3  2 0 122  98 Miami          2  3 0 112 106
Washington     2  4 0  79  96 Buffalo        2  4 0  93 129
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      6  0 0 189 121 Cincinnati     4  2 0 118 118
Chicago        3  2 0 119  99 Pittsburgh     4  2 0 140 112
GREEN BAY      3  2 0 130  93 Baltimore      3  3 0 169 130
Detroit        1  5 0 103 188 Cleveland      1  5 0  69 148
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    5  0 0 189  93 Indianapolis   5  0 0 137  71
Atlanta        4  1 0 123  77 Houston        3  3 0 143 137
Carolina       2  3 0  85 125 Jacksonville   3  3 0 120 147
Tampa Bay      0  6 0  89 168 Tennessee      0  6 0  84 198
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
San Francisco  3  2 0 112  98 Denver         6  0 0 133  66
Arizona        3  2 0 112  92 San Diego      2  3 0 124 136
Seattle        2  4 0 118 109 Oakland        2  4 0  62 129
St. Louis      0  6 0  54 169 Kansas City    1  5 0  98 144
WEEK SEVEN (Byes: Balt, Den, Detroit, Jacksonville, Seattle, Tennessee)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
Green Bay 31, CLEVELAND 3
CINCINNATI 45, Chicago 10 - Carson Palmer threw five TDs and Cedric Benson, who was released by Chicago last season, ran for 189 yards and a TD on 37 carries as the Bengals led 31-0 in the first half and rolled.
HOUSTON 24, San Francisco 21 - Matt Schaub threw a pair of TD passes, and Steve Slaton scored twice for the Texans, who have won two in a row and three of their last four. Rookie Michael Crabtree debuted for the 49ers.
San Diego 37, KANSAS CITY 7 - Philip Rivers completed 18-of-30 passes for 268 yards and three TDs, as the Chargers beat the Chiefs, who saw QB Matt Cassel connect on 10-of-25 for 97 yards with a TD and three interceptions.
PITTSBURGH 27, Minnesota 17 - Pittsburgh's defense turned two Brett Favre turnovers into TDs in the fourth quarter, as Keyaron Fox's 82-yard interception return for a TD with a minute to go sealed Minnesota's first loss.
Indianapolis 42, ST. LOUIS 6 - Peyton Manning threw for 235 yards and three TDs, as the Colts rolled to a 15th straight win. Steven Jackson ran for a season-high 134 yards for St. Louis, which has lost 17 straight games.
New England 35, Tampa Bay 7 (London) - Tom Brady threw for 308 yards and three TDs, and the Patriots won the third-ever NFL game at Wembley Stadium. Tampa Bay fell to 0-7 for the fifth time and the first time since 1985.
Buffalo 20, CAROLINA 9 - Ryan Fitzpatrick led the offense with a TD pass, while rookie Jairus Byrd paced the defense with two interceptions, as the Bills hung on for the win, despite being outgained 425-167.
N.Y. Jets 38, OAKLAND 0 - Shonn Greene took advantage of an opportunity, rushing for 144 yards and his first two NFL TDs on 19 carries, and the Jets recorded their first shutout in nearly six years.
DALLAS 37, Atlanta 21 - Tony Romo threw two of his three TDs to Miles Austin, while Patrick Crayton also caught a TD and returned a punt 73 yards for a TD in the fourth quarter to seal the win for the Cowboys.
New Orleans 46, MIAMI 34 - Drew Brees ran for the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter, as the Saints trailed 24-3 in the first half then scored 43 of the game's final 53 points, including 36 in the second half.
Arizona 24, NY GIANTS 17 - Antrel Rolle intercepted an Eli Manning pass late, one of three Manning picks, and Kurt Warner threw for 231 yards and a TD as the Cardinals moved to 3-0 on the road for the first time since 1982.
MONDAY OCTOBER 26
Philadelphia 21, WASHINGTON 17 - DeSean Jackson ran 67 yards for a TD and caught a 57-yard TD pass to lead the Eagles. LB Will Witherspoon, who Philly picked up from the Rams this week, returned an interception for a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  2 0 195 143 New England    5  2 0 198  98
Dallas         4  2 0 159 119 NY Jets        4  3 0 152 104
Philadelphia   4  2 0 147 116 Buffalo        3  4 0 113 138
Washington     2  5 0  96 117 Miami          2  4 0 146 152
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      6  1 0 206 148 Cincinnati     5  2 0 163 128
GREEN BAY      4  2 0 161  96 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 167 129
Chicago        3  3 0 129 144 Baltimore      3  3 0 169 130
Detroit        1  5 0 103 188 Cleveland      1  6 0  72 179
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    6  0 0 235 127 Indianapolis   6  0 0 179  77
Atlanta        4  2 0 144 114 Houston        4  3 0 167 158
Carolina       2  4 0  94 145 Jacksonville   3  3 0 120 147
Tampa Bay      0  7 0  96 203 Tennessee      0  6 0  84 198
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        4  2 0 136 109 Denver         6  0 0 133  66
San Francisco  3  3 0 133 122 San Diego      3  3 0 171 143
Seattle        2  4 0 118 109 Oakland        2  5 0  62 167
St. Louis      0  7 0  60 216 Kansas City    1  6 0 105 181
WEEK EIGHT (Byes: Cin, KC, N. England, Pittsburgh, T. Bay, Washington)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1
Minnesota 38, GREEN BAY 26
BALTIMORE 30, Denver 7 - Joe Flacco threw for 175 yards and a TD, and the Ravens used a stifling defense to hand the Broncos their first loss. Ray Rice ran for 84 yards and a TD to help Baltimore halt a three-game losing skid.
Houston 31, BUFFALO 10 - Ryan Moats scored three fourth-quarter TDs as Houston rallied to best Buffalo. Moats finished with 126 yards rushing on 23 attempts for the Texans, who posted their first 5-3 record in franchise history.
CHICAGO 30, Cleveland 6 - Matt Forte ran for 90 yards and two TDs, and the Bears took advantage of five Browns turnovers. Chicago scored 20 points off the five turnovers to help snap a two-game losing streak.
DALLAS 38, Seattle 17 - Tony Romo threw three TDs and 10 different Cowboys had at least one catch, as Dallas rolled. Romo ended with 256 yards on 21-of-36 efficiency in Dallas' third straight win.
St. Louis 17, DETROIT 10 - Steven Jackson rushed for 149 yards and scored the game-winning TD late in the fourth, as the Rams snapped a franchise-record 17-game skid, winning for the first time since October 19, 2008.
INDIANAPOLIS 18, San Fran 14 - Peyton Manning threw for 347 yards, but it was Joseph Addai who threw the game-winning TD pass to Reggie Wayne. Manning became the fourth player in NFL history to reach 4,000 completions.
Miami 30, NY JETS 25 - Ted Ginn returned a pair of kickoffs for TDs in a wild third quarter and the Miami defense held off a late Jets charge. Miami's Jason Taylor returned a fumble for a TD in the third.
SAN DIEGO 24, Oakland 16 - Philip Rivers threw for 249 yards and a TD, LaDainian Tomlinson scored twice and the San Diego defense made a late stand to lead the Chargers to their 13th straight win over the Raiders.
TENNESSEE 30, Jacksonville 16 - Chris Johnson broke loose for a Titans
franchise record 228 yards and a pair of long TD runs as the Titans finally won. Vince Young passed for 125 yards and a TD for the Titans.
Carolina 34, ARIZONA 21 - Jake Delhomme played mistake-free football
while Kurt Warner turned the ball over six times, as Carolina's duo of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart ran all over Arizona.
PHILADELPHIA 40, N.Y. Giants 17 - Donovan McNabb threw for 240 yards and three TDs to lead the Eagles, while LeSean McCoy totaled 82 yards and a score on 11 carries in place of the the injured Brian Westbrook.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 2
NEW ORLEANS 35, Atlanta 27 - Drew Brees threw for 308 yards and two TDs and Pierre Thomas ran for another score, as the Saints remained perfect. Atlanta's Michael Turner ran for 151 yards and a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   5  2 0 187 133 New England    5  2 0 198  98
Dallas         5  2 0 197 136 NY Jets        4  4 0 177 134
NY Giants      5  3 0 212 183 Miami          3  4 0 176 177
Washington     2  5 0  96 117 Buffalo        3  5 0 123 169
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      7  1 0 244 174 Cincinnati     5  2 0 163 128
GREEN BAY      4  3 0 187 134 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 167 129
Chicago        4  3 0 159 150 Baltimore      4  3 0 199 137
Detroit        1  6 0 113 205 Cleveland      1  7 0  78 209
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    7  0 0 270 154 Indianapolis   7  0 0 197  91
Atlanta        4  3 0 171 149 Houston        5  3 0 198 168
Carolina       3  4 0 128 166 Jacksonville   3  4 0 136 177
Tampa Bay      0  7 0  96 203 Tennessee      1  6 0 114 214
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        4  3 0 157 143 Denver         6  1 0 140  96
San Francisco  3  4 0 147 140 San Diego      4  3 0 195 159
Seattle        2  5 0 135 147 Oakland        2  6 0  78 191
St. Louis      1  7 0  77 226 Kansas City    1  6 0 105 181
WEEK NINE (Byes: Buffalo, Cleveland, Minn, N.Y. Jets, Oakland, St. Louis)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8
TAMPA BAY 38, Green Bay 28
ATLANTA 31, Washington 17 - Michael Turner had two long TD runs, as Atlanta handed the Redskins their fourth straight loss, sacking QB Jason Campbell five times. Turner finished with 166 yards on 18 carries.
Arizona 41, CHICAGO 21 - Kurt Warner matched a career-high with five TD passes to lead the Carrdinals, who are unbeated in four road games. Larry Fitzgerald led all receivers with 123 yards and two scores on 10 grabs.
CINCINNATI 17, Baltimore 7 - Cedric Benson rushed for 117 yards and a TD  as the Bengals scored all of their points in the first half, and  are off to a 6-2 start for the first time since 1988, when they went to the Super Bowl.
INDIANAPOLIS 20, Houston 17 - Houston's Kris Brown missed a 42-yard FG on the final play, as the Colts matched the 1933-34 Chicago Bears for the third-longest streak in NFL history after posting their 17th consecutive victory.
JACKSONVILLE 24, Kansas City 21 - David Garrard threw for 264 yards and a TD, Maurice Jones-Drew added 97 yards rushing with a TD and Mike Sims-Walker had six catches for 147 yards and a TD for Jacksonville.
NEW ENGLAND 27, Miami 17 - Tom Brady threw for 332 yards and hit Randy Moss with the go-ahead 71-yard score in the third, as the Patriots opened some breathing room in the AFC East with their third straight win.
NEW ORLEANS 30, Carolina 20 - John Carney kicked the go-ahead FG in the fourth, and Anthony Hargrove's fumble return for a TD with two minutes to go sealed the win. The Saints were 8-0 for the first time in franchise history.
SEATTLE 32, Detroit 20 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for 329 yards and a TD, and the defense recorded five interceptions, as Seattle rallied to beat the Lions. Hasselbeck completed 39-of-51 for Seattle, which broke a two-game skid.
San Diego 21, NY GIANTS 20 - Philip Rivers' TD pass to Vincent Jackson with 21 seconds left in the game was the difference, as the Chargers won their third in a row. The Giants have dropped four in a row after starting 5-0.
Tennessee 34, SAN FRANCISCO 27 - Chris Johnson ran for 135 yards with two TDs while Vince Young, making his second start after replacing Kerry Collins, led the Titans to their second win after a dismal 0-6 start.
Dallas 20, PHILADELPHIA 16- Miles Austin made only one catch, but it was a game-winning 49-yard TD midway through the fourth and Tony Romo threw for 307 yards for the Cowboys, who have won their last four games.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 9
Pittsburgh 28, DENVER 10 - Ben Roethlisberger threw for 233 yards and 3 TDs and Pittsburgh's defense came up with three interceptions of Kyle Orton. Tyrone Carter had two interceptions, returning one 48 yards for a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         6  2 0 217 152 New England    6  2 0 225 115
Philadelphia   5  3 0 203 153 NY Jets        4  4 0 177 134
NY Giants      5  4 0 232 204 Miami          3  5 0 193 204
Washington     2  6 0 113 148 Buffalo        3  5 0 123 169
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      7  1 0 244 174 Cincinnati     6  2 0 180 135
GREEN BAY      4  4 0 215 172 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 195 139
Chicago        4  4 0 180 191 Baltimore      4  4 0 206 154
Detroit        1  7 0 133 237 Cleveland      1  7 0  78 209
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    8  0 0 300 174 Indianapolis   8  0 0 217 108
Atlanta        5  3 0 202 166 Houston        5  4 0 215 188
Hamilton (9-9)
Montreal (15-3)
Toronto (3-15)
Winnipeg (7-11)
Calgary (10-7-1)
Saskatch (10-7-1)
British Col (8-10)
Edmonton (9-9)
Carolina       3  5 0 148 196 Jacksonville   4  4 0 160 198
Tampa Bay      1  7 0 134 231 Tennessee      2  6 0 148 241
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        5  3 0 198 164 Denver         6  2 0 150 124
San Francisco  3  5 0 174 174 San Diego      5  3 0 216 179
Seattle        3  5 0 167 167 Oakland        2  6 0  78 191
St. Louis      1  7 0  77 226 Kansas City    1  7 0 126 205
WEEK TEN (Byes: Houston, N.Y Giants)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12
SAN FRANCISCO 10, Chicago 6 - Frank Gore ran for 104 yards and a TD, as the Niners recorded five Jay Cutler interceptions. The 49ers snapped a four-game skid in coach Mike Singletary's first game against his former team.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15
GREEN BAY 17, Dallas 7
CAROLINA 28, Atlanta 19 - Jonathan Stewart ran for 82 yards and scored twice, including a 45-yard TD late in the fourth, for Carolina, who have won two of three. The Falcons have dropped three of four.
MIAMI 25, Tampa Bay 23 - Chad Henne made up for an interception late in the fourth by directing a final-minute Dolphin drive for a game-winning FG. Henne finished 17-of-31 for 175 yards with a TD and an interception.
MINNESOTA 27, Detroit 10 - Adrian Peterson ran for two TDs and Brett Favre threw a TD pass for the VIkings, who have won 12 straight at home against Detroit. Minnesota's Sidney Rice had seven catches for 201 yards.
Jacksonville 24, NY JETS 22 - Josh Scobee kicked a 21-yard FG as time expired to lift the Jaguars, who have won two straight and three of their last four. Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 123 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries.
Cincinnati 18, PITTSBURGH 12 - Shayne Graham kicked four FGs, as Cincinnati swept the Steelers for the first time since 1998. Bernard Scott scored on a 96-yard KO return for the Bengals, who have won three straight.
New Orleans 28, ST. LOUIS 23 - Drew Brees threw for 223 yards and two
TDs, and the Saints remained perfect. Reggie Bush ran for 83 yards and a score on six carries and added a receiving touchdown in the win.
TENNESSEE 41, Buffalo 17 - Chris Johnson registered 232 all-purpose yards with two running TDs, as the Titans routed the Bills. Vince Young threw for 210 yards and a TD for the Titans, who have won three straight.
WASHINGTON 27, Denver 17 - Ladell Betts scored the go-ahead TD with 2:44 remaining, as the Redskins defeated the reeling Broncos. With Clinton Portis sidelined with a concussion, Betts got the start and ran for 114 yards.
Kansas City 16, OAKLAND 10 - Ryan Succop made three FGs, and Jamaal Charles ran for 103 yards and a TD, while Matt Cassel completed 19-of-34 passes for 216 yards and an interception for the Chiefs.
ARIZONA 31, Seattle 20 - Kurt Warner threw for 340 yards and a pair of TDs  on 29-of-38 passes as Arizona used a late surge to win. Beanie Wells ran for 85 yards and two TDs for the Cardinals, winners in five of their last six.
SAN DIEGO 31, Philadelphia 23 - LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for two TDs and Philip Rivers threw for a pair of scores to guide San Diego, which has won four straight to tie Denver atop the AFC West standings.
INDIANAPOLIS 35, New England 34 - The Colts pushed their regular season winning streak to 18 games, using a pair of TD drives from Peyton Manning in the final four minutes, helped by a questionable 4th-and-2 call by the Pats.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 16
Baltimore 16, CLEVELAND 0 - Ray Rice and Dawan Landry each scored a TD for the Ravens in the first three minutes of the second half, and Baltimore shut out the Browns. Landry returned an interception 48 yards for a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         6  3 0 224 169 New England    6  3 0 259 150
Philadelphia   5  4 0 226 184 NY Jets        4  5 0 199 158
NY Giants      5  4 0 232 204 Miami          4  5 0 218 227
Washington     3  6 0 140 165 Buffalo        3  6 0 140 210
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      8  1 0 271 184 Cincinnati     7  2 0 198 147
GREEN BAY      5  4 0 232 179 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 207 157
Chicago        4  5 0 186 201 Baltimore      5  4 0 222 154
Detroit        1  8 0 143 264 Cleveland      1  8 0  78 225
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans    9  0 0 328 197 Indianapolis   9  0 0 252 142
Atlanta        5  4 0 221 194 Houston        5  4 0 215 188
Carolina       4  5 0 176 215 Jacksonville   5  4 0 184 220
Tampa Bay      1  8 0 157 256 Tennessee      3  6 0 189 258
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        6  3 0 229 184 Denver         6  3 0 167 151
San Francisco  4  5 0 184 180 San Diego      6  3 0 247 202
Seattle        3  6 0 187 198 Oakland        2  7 0  88 207
St. Louis      1  8 0 100 254 Kansas City    2  7 0 142 215
WEEK ELEVEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19
Miami 24, CAROLINA 17 - Ricky Williams rushed for two TDs and caught a TD pass, and Miami held off the Panthers, as DB Tyrone Culver knocked down Jake Delhomme's prayer pass in the end zone on the final play.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22
GREEN BAY 30, San Francisco 24
Indianapolis 17, BALTIMORE 15 - An interception of Joe Flacco by Colts LB Gary Brackett snuffed out a deep Ravens drive late in the fourth quarter, as the Colts moved to 10-0 for the second time in four seasons.
DALLAS 7, Washington 6 - Tony Romo hit Patrick Crayton with a 10-yard TD pass late in the fourth quarter, lifting the Cowboys after Washington led for most of the game but failed to cross the goal line on offense.
DETROIT 38, Cleveland 37 - Lions QB Matthew Stafford threw a TD pass to Brandon Pettigrew on the last play. Stafford, who went 26-for-43 with 422 yards, became the first rookie QB to throw five TDs in an NFL game.
JACKSONVILLE 18, Buffalo 15 - Mike Sims-Walker's three-yard TD catch in the final minute lifted Jacksonville to their third straight win. The Bills have dropped three in a row and lost in Perry Fewell's coaching debut.
KANSAS CITY 27, Pittsburgh 24 (OT) - Ryan Succop kicked a 22-yard FG in OT, as the Chiefs snaped a 10-game home losing streak. Pittsburgh set an
NFL record by yielding a KO, PR or defensive TD in eight straight games
MINNESOTA 35, Seattle 9 - Brett Favre completed 22-of-25 passes for 213 yards and four TDs, as the Vikings won their third straight. Favre played only three quarters, as the Vikings held a 28-3 lead going into the final frame.
NY GIANTS 34, Atlanta 31 (OT) - Lawrence Tynes hit a 36-yard FG in OT and Eli Manning threw for a career-high 384 yards and three TDs as the Giants snapped a four-game skid. Jason Snelling ran for a pair of TDs for Atlanta.
New Orleans 38, TAMPA BAY 7 - Drew Brees threw three TD passes and Mike Bell scored twice on the ground, as New Orleans kept its undefeated season intact. The Buccaneers gained just 219 yards of total offense.
Arizona 21, ST. LOUIS 13 - Kurt Warner threw two TD passes before leaving the game. Matt Leinart took over and hit on 10-of-14 passes for the Cards, who have started with five straight road wins for the first time since 1948.
San Diego 32, DENVER 3 - LaDainian Tomlinson and Mike Tolbert scored rushing TDs and Nate Kaeding kicked FGs, as San Diego won its fifth straight game and overtook the Broncos for first place in the AFC West.
NEW ENGLAND 31, NY Jets 14 - Tom Brady threw for 310 yards and a TD, and Wes Welker had 15 receptions for 192 yards for the Patriots, while Leigh Bodden had three interceptions, including one for a score, in the victory.
OAKLAND 20, Cincinnati 17 - Sebastian Janikowski kicked a game-winning FG with 15 seconds to go after the Bengals fumbled on a KO return after an Oakland TD to tie the game. The Bengals fumbled five times and lost three.
Philadelphia 24, CHICAGO 20 - Rookie LeSean McCoy rushed for 99 yards and scored the game-winning TD late in the fourth quarter after the Eagles capitalized on a blocked FG to snap a two-game skid.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 23
Tennessee 20, HOUSTON 17 - Rob Bironas booted a 53-yard FG with 47 seconds remaining and Kris Brown missed a potential tying kick for a second straight game as Tennessee continued its resurgence.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         7  3 0 231 175 New England    7  3 0 290 164
NY Giants      6  4 0 266 235 Miami          5  5 0 242 244
Philadelphia   6  4 0 250 204 NY Jets        4  6 0 213 189
Washington     3  7 0 146 172 Buffalo        3  7 0 155 228
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota      9  1 0 306 193 Cincinnati     7  3 0 215 167
GREEN BAY      6  4 0 262 203 Pittsburgh     6  4 0 231 184
Chicago        4  6 0 206 225 Baltimore      5  5 0 237 171
Detroit        2  8 0 181 301 Cleveland      1  9 0 115 263
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans   10  0 0 366 204 Indianapolis  10  0 0 269 157
Atlanta        5  5 0 252 228 Jacksonville   6  4 0 202 235
Carolina       4  6 0 193 239 Houston        5  5 0 232 208
Tampa Bay      1  9 0 164 294 Tennessee      4  6 0 209 275
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        7  3 0 250 197 San Diego      7  3 0 279 205
San Francisco  4  6 0 208 210 Denver         6  4 0 172 183
Seattle        3  7 0 196 233 Kansas City    3  7 0 169 239
St. Louis      1  9 0 113 275 Oakland        3  7 0 108 224
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26
Green Bay 34, DETROIT 12
DALLAS 24, Oakland 7 - Tony Romo threw for 309 yards and a pair of TDs, as the Cowboys' offense got back on track after scoring just seven points in each of its last two games. Miles Austin caught seven passes for 145 yards.
DENVER 26, N.Y. Giants 6 - Kyle Orton threw for 245 yards and a TD on a bad ankle and the Broncos defense held the Giants in check, forcing three turnovers as Denver snapped a four-game slide.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29
ATLANTA 20, Tampa Bay 17 - QB Chris Redman took over for an injured Matt Ryan and orchestrated a late TD drive to lead the Falcons, who had dropped four of five. Roddy White's go-ahead TD came with 23 seconds left.
BUFFALO 31, Miami 14 - Rian Lindell kicked a career-long 56-yard FG to put Buffalo on top late and Ryan Fitzpatrick sealed the victory with a lengthy TD to Terrell Owens, as the Bills scored 24 points in the final 15 minutes.
CINCINNATI 16, Cleveland 7 - Carson Palmer completed 13-of-24 passes for 110 yards and a score, as the Bengals bounced back from a bad loss last week to wrap up a perfect 6-0 mark in AFC North play.
Indianapolis 35, HOUSTON 27 - Peyton Manning tossed three TDs and the Colts rallied from a poor first half to win their 20 straight regular season contest. The Colts have won six straight against Houston, who led 17-0.
NY JETS 17, Carolina 6 - Darrelle Revis picked off Jake Delhomme twice and returned one 67 yards for a TD, while Thomas Jones finished with 75 yards and a TD on 25 carries for New York, which halted a three-game slide.
PHILADELPHIA 27, Washington 24 - David Akers made four FGs, the last a 32-yarder with 1:48 to go to give the Eagles the win. Eldra Buckley scored on a one-yard TD run to pull the Eagles within 24-22 midway though the fourth.
Seattle 27, ST. LOUIS 17 - Justin Forsett rushed for 130 yards on 22 carries with two TDs, Matt Hasselbeck completed 14-of-25 throws for 102 yards, while Josh Wilson returned an interception 65 yards for a TD for Seattle.
MINNESOTA 36, Chicago 10 - Brett Favre threw for 392 yards and three TD passes, as the Vikings moved to 10-1 for the first time since 1998. The Bears have lost four games in a row.
TENNESSEE 20, Arizona 17 - Vince Young led Tennessee on a 99-yard drive, which he capped with a 10-yard TD to Kenny Britt as time expired as the Titans became the first team to win five in a row after starting 0-6.
SAN DIEGO 43, Kansas City 14 - Philip Rivers tossed two scores to help the Chargers to the rout and their sixth straight win. LaDainian Tomlinson ran for two TDs while Antonio Gates had seven catches for 118 yards and two TDs.
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Jacksonville 3 - QB Alex Smith was 27-of-41 for 232 yards and two TDs, while the 49er defense caused two turnovers and had six sacks. Jaguars RB Maurice Jones- Drew surpassed 1,000 yards.
BALTIMORE 20, Pittsburgh 17 (OT) - Ravens rookie LB Paul Kruger picked off a Dennis Dixon pass and returned it into Pittsburgh territory less than five minutes into OT, and Billy Cundiff kicked a 29-yard FG six plays later.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 30
NEW ORLEANS 38, New England 17 - Drew Brees threw for five TDs and the Saints continued their unbeaten march by dominating the Pats in a matchup featured two of the NFL's most prolific offenses over the past three seasons.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         8  3 0 255 182 New England    7  4 0 307 202
Philadelphia   7  4 0 277 228 Miami          5  6 0 256 275
NY Giants      6  5 0 272 261 NY Jets        5  6 0 230 195
Washington     3  8 0 170 199 Buffalo        4  7 0 186 242
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota     10  1 0 342 203 Cincinnati     8  3 0 231 174
GREEN BAY      7  4 0 296 215 Pittsburgh     6  5 0 248 204
Chicago        4  7 0 216 261 Baltimore      6  5 0 257 188
Detroit        2  9 0 193 335 Cleveland      1 10 0 122 279
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
New Orleans   11  0 0 404 221 Indianapolis  11  0 0 304 184
Atlanta        6  5 0 272 245 Jacksonville   6  5 0 205 255
Carolina       4  7 0 199 256 Houston        5  6 0 259 243
Tampa Bay      1 10 0 181 314 Tennessee      5  6 0 229 292
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        7  4 0 267 217 San Diego      8  3 0 322 219
San Francisco  5  6 0 228 213 Denver         7  4 0 198 189
Seattle        4  7 0 223 250 Kansas City    3  8 0 183 282
St. Louis      1 10 0 130 302 Oakland        3  8 0 115 248
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 3
N.Y. Jets 19, BUFFALO 13 (Toronto) - Thomas Jones and Shonn Greene ran for a combined 168 yards, as the Jets ran for 249 yards to keep their playoff hopes alive despite winning for only the third time in nine games.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 6
Philadelphia 34, ATLANTA 7 - Michael Vick had a successful return to Atlanta, running for a TD and passing for one, and Sheldon Brown led the
Eagle defense by taking an interception back for a TD.
CAROLINA 16, Tampa Bay 6 - Jonathan Stewart rushed for 120 yards on 26 carries with a TD and John Kasay kicked three field goals to lead the Panthers. Rookie Josh Freeman had five costly picks for Tampa Bay.
CHICAGO 17, St. Louis 9 - Jay Cutler threw for 143 yards and a score, as the Bears snapped a four-game slide. Steven Jackson ran for 112 yards for the Rams, who have dropped their last four.
CINCINNATI 23, Detroit 13 - Carson Palmer went 17-for-29 with 220 yards and one TD, Chad Ochocinco had nine catches for 137 yards and a TD, and Cedric Benson had 36 carries for 110 yards for the Bengals.
INDIANAPOLIS 27, Tennessee 17 - Peyton Manning threw for 270 yards and a TD and Joseph Addai ran for two TDs, as the Colts tied an NFL record with their 21st consecutive regular-season win.
JACKSONVILLE 23, Houston 18 - David Garrard threw for 238 yards and two TDs, Josh Scobee kicked three field goals, and the Jaguars came up with three interceptions to help secure their fourth win in the last five games.
Denver 44, KANSAS CITY 13 - Kyle Orton threw two TD passes and rookie Knowshon Moreno added a pair of scores on the ground, for the Broncos, who have won two straight on the heels of a four-game slide.
Oakland 27, PITTSBURGH 24 - Louis Murphy's second TD reception of the game, an 11-yard grab with nine seconds remaining, capped a frantic fourth quarter and lifted the Raiders to a stunning win over the slumping Steelers.
New Orleans 33, WASHINGTON 30 (OT) - Garrett Hartley's 18-yard FG 6:29 into OT kept New Orleans perfect. Drew Brees went 35-for-49 with 419 yards and two TDs, while Skins QB Jason Campbell had a career-high 367 yards.
MIAMI 22, New England 21 - Dan Carpenter hit a 41-yard FG with a minute to play to give Miami the win, as Channing Crowder intercepted Tom Brady moments later. Miami QB Chad Henne threw for 335 yards and two TDs.
San Diego 30, CLEVELAND 23 - Philip Rivers completed 18-of-25 passes for 373 yards and two TDs, as the Chargers won their seventh straight game. LaDainian Tomlinson became the fastest player to score 150 career TDs.
NY GIANTS 31, Dallas 24 - Eli Manning threw two TD passes to help the Giants tighten the NFC East standings. Tony Romo set a Dallas team record with 41 completions and threw for a career- high 392 yards with three TDs.
SEATTLE 20, San Francisco 17 - Olindo Mare's 30-yard field goal on the final play to give the Seahawks the win.Matt Hasselbeck went 25-for-34 with 198 yards and two TDs while Justin Forsett and Deion Branch each caught a TD.
ARIZONA 30, Minnesota 17 - Kurt Warner threw for three TDs, Anquan Boldin caught two TD passes, and the Cardinals picked off Brett Favre twice in a victory over the Vikings to deal Minnesota its second loss of the season.
MONDAY DECEMBER 7
GREEN BAY 27, Baltimore 14
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Dallas         8  4 0 279 213 New England    7  5 0 328 224
Philadelphia   8  4 0 311 235 NY Jets        6  6 0 249 208
NY Giants      7  5 0 303 285 Miami          6  6 0 278 296
Washington     3  9 0 200 232 Buffalo        4  8 0 199 261
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Minnesota     10  2 0 359 233 Cincinnati     9  3 0 254 187
GREEN BAY      8  4 0 323 229 Baltimore      6  6 0 271 215
Chicago        5  7 0 233 270 Pittsburgh     6  6 0 272 231
Detroit        2 10 0 206 358 Cleveland      1 11 0 145 309
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Z-New Orleans 12  0 0 437 251 X-Indianapolis12  0 0 331 201
Atlanta        6  6 0 279 279 Jacksonville   7  5 0 228 273
Carolina       5  7 0 215 262 Houston        5  7 0 277 266
Tampa Bay      1 11 0 187 330 Tennessee      5  7 0 246 319
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        8  4 0 297 234 San Diego      9  3 0 352 242
San Francisco  5  7 0 245 233 Denver         8  4 0 242 202
Seattle        5  7 0 243 267 Oakland        4  8 0 142 272
St. Louis      1 11 0 139 319 Kansas City    3  9 0 196 326
Z-Clinched Division Title
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 10
CLEVELAND 13, Pittsburgh 6 - The defending champions dropped their fifth straight, while Cleveland, led by Josh Cribbs' 200 all-purpose yards, broke a 12-game skid against Pittsburgh and won for the first time since Week 5.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 13
Green Bay 21, CHICAGO 14
New Orleans 26, ATLANTA 23 - Drew Brees tossed three TD passes, while Reggie Bush had two TD receptions as the Saints clinched a first-round bye, a franchise record for wins and a franchise record for points in a season.
BALTIMORE 48, Detroit 3 - Ray Rice carried 13 times for a career-high 166 yards, including a 59-yard second-quarter TD run, as the Ravens totaled 308 rushing yards and five rushing TDs and a franchise-record 548 total yards.
HOUSTON 34, Seattle 7 - Matt Schaub threw for 365 yards and two TDs as Houston used a big first half to snap a four-game skid. Andre Johnson led all receivers with 193 yards on 11 receptions for the Texans.
INDIANAPOLIS 28, Denver 16 - Peyton Manning threw four TD passes to lead the Colts to a NFL record 22nd consecutive regular-season win, while Denver WR Brandon Marshall set an NFL record with 21 receptions.
Miami 14, JACKSONVILLE 10 - Ricky Williams rushed for 108 yards and a TD on 28 carries, as Miami controlled the time of possession and outgained their Sunshine State foe, 354-217, to thrust themselves into the playoff race.
Buffalo 16, KANSAS CITY 10 - Rian Lindell kicked three FGs and Terrell Owens caught the Bills' lone TD, as Buffalo used four Matt Cassel interceptions. Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles logged 143 yards and a TD.
MINNESOTA 30, Cincinnati 10 - Adrian Peterson racked up 137 all-purpose yards and scored two TDs as Minnesota clinched a playoff spot. Minnesota's victory was the first time since 2000 it has won at least 11 games.
NEW ENGLAND 20, Carolina 10 - Tom Brady threw a TD pass and Kevin Faulk added another score on the ground, as the Patriots snapped a two-game losing streak. Brady started despite shoulder, finger and rib injuries.
N.Y. Jets 26, TAMPA BAY 3 - Thomas Jones had 24 carries for 99 yards and two TDs, while Kellen Clemens, who started in place of an injured Mark Sanchez, went 12-for-23 for 111 yards. Jay Feely was 4- for-5 on FGs.
TENNESSEE 47, St. Louis 7 - Chris Johnson ran for 117 yards and two TDs, as the Titans won without an injured Vince Young for much of the game. He had his eighth straight 100-yard game to break Earl Campbell's mark.
Washington 34, OAKLAND 13 - Quinton Ganther scored the first two TDs of his career during a fourth-quarter surge for Washington, which had dropped seven of their previous eight games. Jason Campbell threw for two scores.
San Diego 20, DALLAS 17 - Philip Rivers improved to a perfect 16-0 in December games with 272 passing yards and a TD, as the Chargers won their eighth straight. Tony Romo fell to 5-10 in December for his career.
Philadelphia 45, NY GIANTS 38 - DeSean Jackson caught a TD pass and returned a punt 72 yards for a TD, as the Eagles took over first in the NFC East. The Giants had 512 yards, but lost for the sixth time in eight games
MONDAY DECEMBER 14
SAN FRANCISCO 24, Arizona 9 - Frank Gore rushed for 167 yards and a TD, and the 49ers forced seven turnovers.The 49ers sacked Kurt Warner four times and picked him off twice. All 24 points came off Arizona miscues.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   9  4 0 356 273 New England    8  5 0 348 234
Dallas         8  5 0 296 233 NY Jets        7  6 0 275 211
NY Giants      7  6 0 341 330 Miami          7  6 0 292 306
Washington     4  9 0 234 245 Buffalo        5  8 0 215 271
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
X-Minnesota   11  2 0 389 243 Cincinnati     9  4 0 264 217
GREEN BAY      9  4 0 344 243 Baltimore      7  6 0 319 218
Chicago        5  8 0 247 291 Pittsburgh     6  7 0 278 244
Detroit        2 11 0 209 406 Cleveland      2 11 0 158 315
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Z-New Orleans 13  0 0 463 274 X-Indianapolis13  0 0 359 217
Atlanta        6  7 0 302 305 Jacksonville   7  6 0 238 287
Carolina       5  8 0 225 282 Houston        6  7 0 311 273
Tampa Bay      1 12 0 190 356 Tennessee      6  7 0 293 326
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        8  5 0 306 258 San Diego     10  3 0 372 259
San Francisco  6  7 0 269 242 Denver         8  5 0 258 230
Seattle        5  8 0 250 301 Oakland        4  9 0 155 306
St. Louis      1 12 0 146 366 Kansas City    3 10 0 206 342
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 17
Indianapolis 35, JACKSONVILLE 31 - Peyton Manning's 65-yard TD strike to Reggie Wayne proved to be the game-winner in the fourth, as Indianapolis became just the third team in NFL history to start a season 14-0.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 19
Dallas 24, NEW ORLEANS 17 - Tony Romo threw for 312 yards and a TD, as the Cowboys survived mistakes and a fourth quarter Saints burst to hand New Orleans its first loss, as the Saints had their lowest offensive output.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 20
PITTSBURGH 37, Green Bay 36
BALTIMORE 31, Chicago 7 - Joe Flacco threw for 234 yards and a career-high four TD passes as the Ravens preserved their playoff hopes. Flacco hit TE Todd Heap with a pair of first-quarter TDs that put the game out of reach.
New England 17, BUFFALO 10 - Tom Brady threw a TD pass to Randy Moss and Laurence Maroney added another on the ground, as the Pats won their 13th straight against their AFC East rivals. Maroney had 81 yards rushing.
Arizona 31, DETROIT 24 - Anquan Boldin's TD catch with 1:54 left helped Arizona clinch the NFC West. Kurt Warner went 23-for-37 with 233 yards and two TDs for the Card, while Beanie Wells ran for 110 yards on 17 carries.
Cleveland 41, KANSAS CITY 34 - Jerome Harrison eclipsed Jim Brown's team record for most yards rushing, with 286, while Josh Cribbs had returns of 100 and 103 yards for his record 7th and 8th career KO return TDs.
Atlanta 10, NY JETS 7 - Matt Ryan hit Tony Gonzalez on a six- yard TD pass with 1:38 to play in the fourth quarter, as Atlanta won but was officially eliminated from playoff contention after Dallas' win Saturday over the Saints.
PHILADELPHIA 27, San Francisco 13 - Donovan McNabb threw for 306 yards and a score, and Philadelphia forced four first-half turnovers to clinch a playoff berth -- the Eagles' eighth in the last 10 years.
Houston 16, ST. LOUIS 13 - Houston K Kris Brown kicked three FGs, including a 28-yarder with 4:36 left. Matt Schaub completed 28-of-40 passes for 367 yards and a TD as Houston snapped a four- game slide.
TENNESSEE 27, Miami 24 (OT) - Rob Bironas kicked a 46-yard FG in OT after Tennessee had blown an 18-point second-half lead. Titans QB Vince Young gutted out a hamstring strain and balky knee to throw three TD passes.
Oakland 20, DENVER 19 - Chaz Schilens' 10-yard TD catch late sent Oakland to a surprise win. Schilens caught the winning TD from JaMarcus Russell, who replaced Charlie Frye who took a blow to the head in the fourth.
SAN DIEGO 27, Cincinnati 24 - Nate Kaeding hit a 52-yard FG with :03 left, as San Diego nearly blew an 11-point fourth quarter lead, but won its fourth straight AFC West title and an NFL-record 17th straight win in December.
Tampa Bay 24, SEATTLE 7 - Josh Freeman threw two TD passes and the Bucs defense recorded four interceptions, as they snapped an eight-game road skid. Derrick Ward and Cadillac Williams each had a TD catch.
CAROLINA 26, Minnesota 7 - Matt Moore threw for 299 yards and three TDs as Carolina held Minnesota, who had clinched the NFC North with Green Bay's loss, to its lowest point total and held a 397-237 yardage advantage.
MONDAY DECEMBER 21
N.Y. Giants 45, WASHINGTON 12 - Eli Manning threw three TDs to three  receivers and Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for two TDs to lead New York. A five-sack, three-interception performance kept their playoff hopes alive.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-Philadelphia10  4 0 383 286 New England    9  5 0 365 244
Dallas         9  5 0 320 250 NY Jets        7  7 0 282 221
NY Giants      8  6 0 386 342 Miami          7  7 0 316 333
Washington     4 10 0 246 290 Buffalo        5  9 0 225 288
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Minnesota   11  3 0 396 269 Cincinnati     9  5 0 288 244
GREEN BAY      9  5 0 380 280 Baltimore      8  6 0 350 225
Chicago        5  9 0 254 322 Pittsburgh     7  7 0 315 280
Detroit        2 12 0 233 437 Cleveland      3 11 0 199 349
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Z-New Orleans 13  1 0 480 298 Z-Indianapolis14  0 0 394 248
Atlanta        7  7 0 312 312 Jacksonville   7  7 0 269 322
Carolina       6  8 0 251 289 Houston        7  7 0 327 286
Tampa Bay      2 12 0 214 363 Tennessee      7  7 0 320 350
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Z-Arizona      9  5 0 337 282 X-San Diego   11  3 0 399 283
San Francisco  6  8 0 282 269 Denver         8  6 0 277 250
Seattle        5  9 0 257 325 Oakland        5  9 0 175 325
St. Louis      1 13 0 159 382 Kansas City    3 11 0 240 383
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY DECEMBER 25
San Diego 42, TENNESSEE 17 - Philip Rivers threw for 264 yards and two TDs, Darren Sproles scored three times and LaDainian Tomlinson twice as San Diego won their 10th straight and ended the Titans' playoff hopes.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 27
GREEN BAY 48, Seattle 10
ATLANTA 31, Buffalo 3 - Matt Ryan threw three TD passes, two to Roddy White, as the Falcons took the first step toward making history, needing a win next Sunday to notch back-to-back winning seasons for the first time.
CINCINNATI 17, Kansas City 10 - Chad Ochocinco's TD catch with 2:03 left in the fourth quarter helped the Bengals clinch the AFC North title. The Bengals last won the division in 2005 and its second division title since 1990.
CLEVELAND 23, Oakland 9 - Jerome Harrison followed up his record performance with 148 yards and a TD on 39 carries and Derek Anderson threw for 121 yards and a TD, for the Browns, who have won three straight.
Houston 27, MIAMI 20 - Matt Schaub threw for 286 yards with a pair of TDs, as Houston kept its playoff hopes alive. Arian Foster ran for 97 yards with a score for Houston, which has won three straight and led 27-0 in the first half.
Carolina 41, NY GIANTS 9 - Jonathan Stewart rushed for a team-record 206 yards and a TD for the Panthers. In its final game at Giants Stadium, New York was embarrassed, getting outgained 247-60 on the ground.
NEW ENGLAND 35, Jacksonville 7 - Randy Moss caught three of Tom Brady's four TD passes, as the Pats won the AFC East. Brady completed 23-of-26 passes for 267 yards. New England finished with an 8-0 home record.
Tampa Bay 20, NEW ORLEANS 17 (OT) - Connor Barth's 47-yard FG in OT capped a rally from 17 points down and lifted Tampa Bay over New Orleans. Josh Freeman threw for 271 yards for the Bucs, who have won two in a row.
PITTSBURGH 23, Baltimore 20 - Ben Roethlisberger threw a TD pass and Rashard Mendenhall ran for a TD as the Steelers stayed alive in t the playoff race. Roethlisberger went 17-of-33 for 259 yards and a pick.
PHILADELPHIA 30, Denver 27 - David Akers nailed a 28-yard FG with four seconds left, as the Eagles overcame blowing a 17-point lead in the second half to hold off Denver, as QB Donovan McNabb passed for 322 yards.
ARIZONA 31, St. Louis 10 - Kurt Warner tossed two TDs and became just the second player to throw at least 100 TDs for two teams, as the NFC West-champion Cardinals posted their first 10-win season since 1976.
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Detroit 6 - Alex Smith threw a TD and Frank Gore ran for one as the 49ers rolled. Smith went 20-for-31 with 230 yards, Gore ran for 71 yards on 28 carries for the 49ers, who have won two of their last three.
N.Y. Jets 29, INDIANAPOLIS 15 - Marques Douglas' score off a Curtis Painter fumble in the third quarter put the Jets in front for good, as New York handed Indianapolis its first loss, ending their record 23-game win streak.
Dallas 17, WASHINGTON 0 - Tony Romo tossed a TD to Roy Williams in the first quarter, and the Cowboys defense let it stand up by pitching their first shutout in over six years, as Dallas clinched the NFC's final playoff spot.
MONDAY DECEMBER 28
CHICAGO 36, Minnesota 30 (OT) - Jay Cutler threw a 39-yard TD pass to Devin Aromashodu nearly six minutes into overtime, after the Bears blew a 17-point lead. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson had fumbled on the previous play.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
X-Philadelphia11  4 0 413 313 Z-New England 10  5 0 400 251
Z-Dallas      10  5 0 337 250 NY Jets        8  7 0 311 236
NY Giants      8  7 0 395 383 Miami          7  8 0 336 360
Washington     4 11 0 246 307 Buffalo        5 10 0 228 319
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Minnesota   11  4 0 426 305 Z-Cincinnati  10  5 0 305 254
X-GREEN BAY   10  5 0 428 290 Baltimore      8  7 0 370 248
Chicago        6  9 0 290 352 Pittsburgh     8  7 0 338 300
Detroit        2 13 0 239 457 Cleveland      4 11 0 222 358
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Z-New Orleans 13  2 0 497 318 Z-Indianapolis14  1 0 409 277
Atlanta        8  7 0 343 315 Houston        8  7 0 354 306
Carolina       7  8 0 292 298 Jacksonville   7  8 0 276 357
Tampa Bay      3 12 0 234 380 Tennessee      7  8 0 337 392
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Z-Arizona     10  5 0 368 292 X-San Diego   12  3 0 441 300
San Francisco  7  8 0 302 275 Denver         8  7 0 304 280
Seattle        5 10 0 267 373 Oakland        5 10 0 184 348
St. Louis      1 14 0 169 413 Kansas City    3 12 0 250 400
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SUNDAY JANUARY 3
Green Bay 33, ARIZONA 7
BUFFALO 30, Indianapolis 7 - Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed three TD passes as the Bills won in the snow. Fitzpatrick tossed scores to Terrell Owens, Lee Evans and Fred Jackson as the Bills snapped a two-game losing streak.
CAROLINA 23, New Orleans 10 - Jonathan Stewart finished with 125 yards and a TD, while Matt Moore was 14-of-23 for 162 yards and threw for a score for the Panthers, who won three in a row to end the season.
CLEVELAND 23, Jacksonville 17 - Jerome Harrison ran for 127 yards and a TD, as the Browns snuffed out the Jaguars' playoff chances and ended Eric Mangini's first year as Cleveland coach on a four-game win streak.
Chicago 37, DETROIT 23 - Jay Cutler threw four TD passes as the Bears won their final two games of the season. Calvin Johnson and Bryant Johnson each caught a TD for the Lions, who dropped their final six games.
HOUSTON 34, New England 27 - Arian Foster's second TD of the game with 1:54 left lifted the Texans to their first winning season. Foster had 119 yards on 20 carries, while the Texans erased a 14-point fourth quarter deficit.
Pittsburgh 30, MIAMI 24 - Ben Roethlisberger threw three TD passes and Jeff Reed kicked three FGs, as the Steelers kept their playoff hopes alive. Both teams entered the contest needing a win and some help.
MINNESOTA 44, N.Y. Giants 7 - Brett Favre threw four TD passes as the Vikings pummeled a listless Giants team. Favre ended with 316 yards and notched 30-plus TD passes for the ninth time in his career -- an NFL record.
San Francisco 28, ST. LOUIS 6 - Frank Gore rushed for 107 yards on 23 carries with a pair of TDs, as the 49ers closed the campaign by winning three of its last four to end a string of six consecutive losing seasons.
Atlanta 20, TAMPA BAY 10 - Matt Ryan threw two TD passes and Jason Snelling rushed for 147 yards on 25 carries, as the Falcons posted back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in the club's 44- year history.
DALLAS 24, Philadelphia 0 - Tony Romo threw for 311 yards and two TDs and the Cowboys defense posted its second straight shutout to clinch the NFC East and a home playoff date, and gave Minnesota the #2 seed.
Kansas City 44, DENVER 24 - Jamaal Charles ran for a team-record 259 rushing yards and two TDs, while Derrick Johnson paced the defense with two interception TD returns to eliminate the Broncos from playoff contention.
Baltimore 21, OAKLAND 13 - Willis McGahee ran for 167 yards and scored all three TDs for Baltimore to get the Ravens into the playoffs. Dannell Ellerbe had an interception and a fumble recovery for Baltimore.
SAN DIEGO 23, Washington 20 - Billy Volek's TD pass to Mike Tolbert in the final minute allowed the Chargers to end the season with their 11th straight win. The Redskins posted their worst record since a 3-13 mark in 1994.
Tennessee 17, SEATTLE 13 - Tennessee RB Chris Johnson punctuated a record-breaking day with the go-ahead TD with 4:33 to go. He became the sixth player to rush for over 2,000 yards and had a record 2,509 total yards.
NY JETS 37, Cincinnati 0 - Brad Smith ran for 92 yards and a TD, as the Jets won the final regular season game at Giants Stadium. Thomas Jones ran for two TDs for the Jets, who won five of their last six to earn a fifth seed.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Z-Dallas      11  5 0 361 250 Z-New England 10  6 0 427 285
X-Philadelphia11  5 0 413 337 X-NY Jets      9  7 0 348 236
NY Giants      8  8 0 402 427 Miami          7  9 0 366 384
Washington     4 12 0 266 330 Buffalo        6 10 0 258 326
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Minnesota   12  4 0 470 312 Z-Cincinnati  10  6 0 305 291
X-GREEN BAY   11  5 0 461 297 X-Baltimore    9  7 0 391 261
Chicago        7  9 0 327 375 Pittsburgh     9  7 0 368 324
Detroit        2 14 0 262 494 Cleveland      5 11 0 245 375
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Z-New Orleans 13  3 0 507 341 Z-Indianapolis14  2 0 416 307
Atlanta        9  7 0 363 325 Houston        9  7 0 388 333
Carolina       8  8 0 315 308 Tennessee      8  8 0 354 405
Tampa Bay      3 13 0 244 400 Jacksonville   7  9 0 293 380
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Z-Arizona     10  6 0 375 325 Z-San Diego   13  3 0 464 320
San Francisco  8  8 0 330 281 Denver         8  8 0 328 324
Seattle        5 11 0 280 390 Oakland        5 11 0 197 369
St. Louis      1 15 0 175 441 Kansas City    4 12 0 294 424
Z-Clinched Division Title     X-Clinched Playoff Berth
PLAYOFFS - WILDCARD ROUND
Sat Jan 9 - NY Jets (9-7) 24, CINCINNATI (10-6) 14 - Shonn Greene and Thomas Jones each rushed for a TD, as the Jets beat the Bengals for the second straight week extend Cincinnati's playoff win drought to 19 seasons. The Jets won a playoff game for the first time since the 2004 season.
Sat Jan 10 - DALLAS (11-5) 34, Philadelphia (11-5) 14 - It took over 13 years, but the Cowboys finally snapped their playoff skid, as Tony Romo connected on 23-of-35 passes for 244 yards and a pair of TDs. The Cowboys gave head coach Wade Phillips his first career playoff win.
Sun Jan 10 - Baltimore (9-7) 33, NEW ENGLAND (10-6) 14 - Ray Rice set the tone on the first play, sprinting for an 83-yard TD run, as the Ravens took advantage of four Tom Brady turnovers to deal the Patriots their first home playoff loss since December 31, 1978 against Houston.
Sun Jan 10 - ARIZONA (10-6) 51, Green Bay (11-5) 45 (OT)
DIVISIONAL ROUND
Sat Jan 16 - INDIANAPOLIS (14-2) 20, Baltimore (10-7) 3 - Peyton Manning threw for a pair of TDs and the Colts took advantage of four turnovers to shut down the Ravens. Manning connected on 30-of-44 passes for 246 yards, while Reggie Wayne had eight catches for 63 yards and a score.
Sat Jan 16 - NEW ORLEANS (13-3) 45, Arizona (11-6) 14 - Reggie Bush accounted for 217 all-purpose yards and two scores, including an 83-yard punt return for a TD, while the Saints defense forced two turnovers and posted a shutout in the second half to knock out the defending NFC champs.
Sun Jan 17 - NY Jets (10-7) 17, SAN DIEGO (13-3) 14 - Shonn Greene's 53-yard TD scamper midway through the fourth quarter proved to be the difference, as the Jets won consecutive playoff games for the first time since the 1982 season. San Diego K Nate Kaeding missed three FGs in the loss.
Sun Jan 17 - MINNESOTA (12-4) 34, Dallas (12-5) 3 - Brett Favre threw three of his four TD passes to Sidney Rice, as the Vikings reached the NFC title game for the first time since 2000. Ray Edwards recorded three sacks for a Minnesota defense that didn't allow the Cowboys to get into a rhythm.
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sun Jan 24 - NEW ORLEANS (14-3) 31, Minnesota (13-4) 28 (OT) - Garrett Hartley's 40-yard FG 4:45 into OT sent the Saints to their first Super Bowl. Minnesota was hurt by five turnovers. Brett Favre was picked off twice, one with only 7 seconds left in regulation after the Vikings drove into FG range.
Sun Jan 24 - INDIANAPOLIS (15-2) 30, NY Jets (11-7) 17 - Peyton Manning threw two TD passes in the second half and the Colts rallied from an 11-point first-half deficit to reach the Super Bowl for the second time in four years. Manning finished the game 26-for-39 with 377 yards and three TDs.
SUPER BOWL XLIV - February 7 at Miami
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (15-3) 31, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (16-2) 17 - Who Dat? Those are the Super Bowl champions - the New Orleans Saints - for the first time in franchise history. Drew Brees connected with Jeremy Shockey for the go-ahead two-yard TD pass with 5:42 left in the fourth, lifting the Saints to a 31-17 win over the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV. Tracy Porter then sealed the fate of the Colts, picking off four-time MVP Peyton Manning and returning the ball 74 yards for a TD with 3:12 left, ending Indianapolis' chance for a second title in four years. The Saints rallied from a 10-0 deficit behind a sparkling performance from Brees, who tied a Super Bowl record with 32 completions, going 32-of-39 for 288 yards and two TDs. The Saints outscored the Colts, 15-0, in the fourth.  Manning finished 31-of-45 for 333 yards with a TD and the costly interception. Dallas Clark had seven catches for 86 yards, while Joseph Addai accounted for a big portion of the Colts' offense. He had 13 rushes for 77 yards and a TD and caught seven passes for 58 yards, but Indianapolis couldn't gain a second title in four years after topping Chicago following the 2006 season, in this same stadium. Instead, Brees, the MVP of the game, became a hero to the city of New Orleans and its fans who suffered through an incredible amount of pain























FRANCHISES: Las Vegas Locomotives, New York Sentinels, Florida (Orlando) Tuskers, California (San Francisco) Redwoods
WEEK 1
THURSDAY OCTOBER 8
LAS VEGAS 30, California 17 (14,209) - J.P. Losman threw two TD passes and Dede Dorsey scored twice to help Las Vegas win the first UFL game. Graham Gano scored the first points with a 33-yard FG in the first quarter.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 10
FLORIDA 35, New York 13 (11,203) - Brooks Bollinger threw for four TDs as the Tuskers rallied from an early 10-0 deficit. Bollinger was 20-for-26 for 225 yards. The Tuskers defense held New York to 63 yards in the second half.
Las Vegas      1  0 0  30  17 New York       0  1 0  13  35
Florida        1  0 0  35  13 California     0  1 0  17  30
WEEK 2
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14
Florida 29, LAS VEGAS 15 (12160) - Tuskers QB Brooks Bollinger completed 14 of his first 15 and finished 24 of 32 for 302 yards and three TDs. In the first three quarters, Las Vegas managed just 130 total yards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 17
CALIFORNIA 24, New York 7 (6341) - RB Cory Ross ran for 121 yards and a TD to propel the Redwoods to a win in their home opener, while QB Mike McMahon opened the scoring with a 2-yard TD pass to TE Kai Brown.
Florida        2  0 0  64  28 California     1  1 0  41  37
Las Vegas      1  1 0  45  46 New York       0  2 0  20  59
WEEK 3 (Bye - Las Vegas and New York)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 22
FLORIDA 34, California 7 (12021) - Brooks Bollinger completed 17 of 29 passes for 224 yards and two TDs, and the Florida defense had four interceptions and held the Redwoods to just 196 yards of offense.
Florida        3  0 0  98  35 California     1  2 0  48  71
Las Vegas      1  1 0  45  46 New York       0  2 0  20  59
WEEK 4
THURSDAY OCTOBER 29
California 20, NEW YORK 13 (10818) - New York moved the ball to the Redwoods' 48 with 3:46 remaining but turned the ball over on downs.  The Redwoods clinched the win on a Parker Douglass 44-yard field goal.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 30
FLORIDA 27, Las Vegas 24 (11354) - In Tampa Bay, Tuskers K Matt Bryant delivered in the second half, making a 31-yarder to tie the score at 17 in the third quarter. Then Bryant hit the winner, a 40-yarder with 4:38 left.
X-Florida      4  0 0 125  59 Las Vegas      1  2 0  69  73
California     2  2 0  68  84 New York       0  3 0  33  79
X-Clinched title berth
WEEK 5 (Bye - Florida and California)
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4
Las Vegas 41, NEW YORK 10 (4392) - J.P. Losman threw for 277 yards and two TDs and Marcel Shipp ran for a pair to lead the Locomotives. Las Vegas did it all without DeDe Dorsey, the team’s leading rusher and receiver.
X-Florida      4  0 0 125  59 Las Vegas      2  2 0 110  83
California     2  2 0  68  84 New York       0  4 0  43 120
X-Clinched title berth
WEEK 6
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12
Florida 24, NEW YORK 6 (5201) - Playing in Hartford, the Tuskers clung to a 10-6 halftime lead before putting the game away with two TDs in the second half. Florida QB Brooks Bollinger was 19-of-27 for 215 yards.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14
Las Vegas 16, CALIFORNIA 10 (4312) - The Locomotives clinched a berth in the title game with a come-from-behind win in San Jose. The Locos scored 10 points in the fourth and intercepted a pass with four seconds remaining.
X-Florida      5  0 0 149  65 California     2  3 0  78 100
X-Las Vegas    3  2 0 126  93 New York       0  5 0  49 144
X-Clinched title berth
WEEK 7
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19
Florida 34, CALIFORNIA 27 (6837) - Michael Pittman's 1-yard TD plunge with six minutes to go kept Florida perfect. The Redwoods outgained the Tuskers 351 yards to 298, but were hurt by two costly second-half turnovers.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20
LAS VEGAS 41, New York 7 (13306) - The Locos benefited from five Sentinels turnovers and had five different players score TDs. Eleven different Locos players caught passes while DeDe Dorsey ran for 60 yards.
X-Florida      6  0 0 183  92 California     2  4 0 105 134
X-Las Vegas    4  2 0 167 100 New York       0  6 0  56 185
X-Clinched title berth
Championship Game (FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 at Las Vegas - 14,801)
LAS VEGAS LOCOMOTIVES (4-2) 20, FLORIDA TUSKERS (6-0) 17 (OT) - Florida quarterback Brooks Bollinger was intercepted on the opening drive of overtime, leading to a 33-yard field goal by Graham Gano that gave the Las Vegas Locomotives a wild win in the finale of the UFL's debut season. The Tuskers failed in their bid to run the table and beat Las Vegas for a third time. The Tuskers outgained the Locomotives, 358-260 yards. Bollinger's pass intended for Marcus Maxwell on third-and-7 from Florida's 12-yard line was intercepted by Isaiah Trufant, whose fumble on the return was recovered by Las Vegas safety Tony Parrish at the 14. Two plays later, Gano connected on the game-winning field goal. Bollinger, a candidate for the league MVP award to be announced next week, completed 22 of 45 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions. The Tuskers tied the game at 17 on Matt Bryant's 27-yard field goal with 2:10 left before the teams traded punts on each of their next possessions. Locos RB DeDeDorsey, who carried 11 times for 66 yards and two scores and caught four passes for 32 yards, was named the game's MVP.
Florida (6-0)
Las Vegas (4-2)
California (2-4)
New York (0-6)
New England (10-6)
San Diego (13-3)
Minnesota (12-4)
Philadelphia (10-4)
Pittsburgh (9-7)
NY Jets (9-7)
Indianapolis (14-2)
Jacksonville (7-9)
Denver (8-8)
Buffalo (6-10)
Atlanta (9-7)
Washington (4-12)
NY Giants (8-8)
Carolina (8-8)
Houston (9-7)
Kansas City (4-12)
Green Bay (11-5)
Tampa Bay (3-13)
Chicago (7-9)
Baltimore (9-7)
Detroit (2-14)
New Orleans (13-3)
Philadelphia (11-5)
Miami (7-9)
Cincinnati (10-6)
Oakland (5-11)
Tennessee (8-8)
Cleveland (5-11)
Arizona (10-6)
San Francisco (8-8)
Seattle (5-11)
St. Louis (1-15)