WEEK ONE (Times CST)
THURSDAY JULY 1
SASKATCHEWAN 54, Montreal 51 (2OT) - The Riders scored four second-half TDs and two more in OT, as they rallied from a 14-point deficit. QB Darian Durant hit Winston Dressler with a three-yard TD pass for the win.
CALGARY 30, Toronto 16 (29333) - Rob Maver kicked five FGs in his CFL debut, while QB Henry Burris completed 27 of 40 passes for 324 yards, but failed to throw for a TD and remains one away from 200 for his career.
FRIDAY JULY 2
WINNIPEG 49, Hamilton 29 (26302) - Buck Pierce made a good impression with his new club, throwing for two TDs and rushing for one. Marcus Thigpen returned a KO 93 yards and a missed FG into an 118-yard TD for the Ti-Cats.
SUNDAY JULY 4
Brit Col 25, EDMONTON 10 (32439) - Paul McCallum made all six of his FG attempts and Jamal Robertson added a 61-yard TD run to lead BC. Robertson, who came from Toronto, finished with 168 yards on 11 carries.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    1  0 0  54  51  2 Winnipeg    1  0 0  49  29  2
Calgary     1  0 0  30  16  2 Hamilton    0  1 0  29  49  0
British Col 1  0 0  25  10  0 Toronto     0  1 0  16  30  0
Edmonton    0  1 0  10  25  0 Montreal    0  1 0  51  54  0
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY JULY 9
Toronto 36, WINNIPEG 24 (28009) - Cleo Lemon threw for 162 yards and ran for a TD as the Argos ended a nine-game skid. RB Cory Boyd had 109 yards and a TD. Winnipeg QB Buck Pierce threw for 366 yards and three TDs.
SATURDAY JULY 10
Calgary 23, HAMILTON 22 (25248) - Rob Maver knocked through a 23-yard FG with 10 seconds left. Kevin Glenn kept Hamilton in contention with his 26-of-34 passing for 356  yards and a score.
Saskatchewan 37, BRIT COL 18 (29517) - Riders QB Darian Durant  threw for 252 yards and a TD and ran for a TD in the first regular season game played at Empire Field in 27 years.
SUNDAY JULY 11
Montreal 33, EDMONTON 23 (30442) - Anthony Calvillo threw a pair of 2nd half TDs as Montreal, trailing 23-11 late in the third, scored three straight TDs to end the game. Ricky  Ray threw for 340 yards and a TD for the Esks.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    2  0 0  91  69  4 Winnipeg    1  1 0  73  65  2
Calgary     2  0 0  53  38  4 Montreal    1  1 0  84  77  2
British Col 1  1 0  43  47  2 Toronto     1  1 0  52  54  2
Edmonton    0  2 0  33  58  0 Hamilton    0  2 0  51  72  0
WEEK THREE
WEDNESDAY JULY 14
TORONTO 27, Calgary 24 (20242) - Jeff Johnson scored from a yard out late, as Toronto scored  12 points in the fourth to win its home opener. The Argos held Calgary to only 71 yards rushing, while RB Cory Boyd ran for 142 yards.
FRIDAY JULY 16
HAMILTON 28, Winnipeg 7 (21408) - Kevin Glenn was 29-of-36 for 336 yards and three TDs to lead Hamilton. Glenn recorded 14 consecutive completions before his first misfire, the sixth-longest streak in CFL history.
Montreal 16, BRIT COL 12 (25162) - Anthony Calvillo completed 30-of-47 passes for 297 yards to lead the Alouettes to its first win at BC in 10 years.  Casey  Printers was 20-of-40 for 253 yards with one TD for the Lions.
SATURDAY JULY 17
SASKATCHEWAN 24, Edmonton 20 (30048) - Darian  Durant's 238 yard passing and one TD led the way for the Riders, who were celebrating their 100th anniversary. Edmonton was led by Ricky Ray's 319 yards passing.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    3  0 0 115  89  6 Toronto     2  1 0  80  61  4
Calgary     2  1 0  77  65  4 Montreal    2  1 0 100  89  4
British Col 1  2 0  55  63  2 Winnipeg    1  2 0  80  93  2
Edmonton    0  3 0  53  82  0 Hamilton    1  2 0  79  79  2
WEEK FOUR
THURSDAY JULY 22
MONTREAL 37, Hamilton 14 (25012) - Montreal K Damon Duval tied a career-high with seven FGs as Montreal won its third straight. QB Anthony Calvillo finished 28-of-38 passing for 309 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
FRIDAY JULY 23
TORONTO 24, Brit Col 20 (19709) - Byron Parker's 41-yard interception return for a TD late in the fourth proved to be  the difference as the Argos won its third straight and matched their entire victory total from all of last year.
SATURDAY JULY 24
WINNIPEG 47, Edmonton 21 (26041) - Steven Jyles threw for one TD and ran for two more for the Bombers. Jyles, who was making the start in favor of an injured Buck Pierce, finished 14-of-22 for 267 yards and a TD.
CALGARY 40, Saskatchewan 20 (35650) - Henry Burris threw four TD passes for Calgary. Last week, he threw four interceptions, but finished 22-of-33 for 285 yards as the Stamps knocked off  the last of the unbeatens.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    3  1 0 135 129  6 Toronto     3  1 0 104  81  6
Calgary     3  1 0 117  85  6 Montreal    3  1 0 137 103  6
British Col 1  3 0  75  87  2 Winnipeg    2  2 0 127 114  4
Edmonton    0  4 0  74 129  0 Hamilton    1  3 0  93 116  2
WEEK FIVE
THURDAY JULY 29
MONTREAL 41, Toronto 10 (25012) - Avon  Cobourne had 231 total yards and scored two rushing TDs as Montreal outscored Toronto, 24-0, in the 2nd half and won its fourth in a row. Anthony Calvillo threw for 394 yards.
FRIDAY JULY 30
EDMONTON 28, BC 25 (32281) - Ricky Ray threw for 360 yards and two TDs as Edmonton, off  to its worst start since 1965, finally won. Travis Lulay, in his second start, threw for 134 yards for BC, which lost its fourth in a row.
SATURDAY JULY 31
SASKATCHEWAN 37, Hamilton 24 (30048) - Luca Congi made seven FGs and Wes Cates added two rushing TDs for the Riders defeated Hamilton for the 12th time in the past 13 meetings.
CALGARY 23, Winnipeg 20 (30150) - Henry Burris threw for 340 yards and a pair of TDs for Calgary. Burris converted 28-of-38 pass attempts and added 55 rushing yards as Calgary won its second game in a row.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Saskatch    4  1 0 172 153  8 Montreal    4  1 0 178 113  8
Calgary     4  1 0 140 105  8 Toronto     3  2 0 114 122  6
British Col 1  4 0 100 115  2 Winnipeg    2  3 0 147 137  4
Edmonton    1  4 0 102 154  2 Hamilton    1  4 0 117 153  2
WEEK SIX
FRIDAY AUGUST 6
MONTREAL 30, Saskatchewan 26 (25012) - Anthony Calvillo threw for 252 yards and two TDs before leaving with an apparent hand injury. Montreal has won 12 straight home games. Riders QB Darian Durant threw for 445 yards.
Toronto 29, EDMONTON 28 (31888) - Cory Boyd scored three TDs, including the game-winning score with 22 seconds remaining to give Toronto the win.  Boyd ran for 164 yards on 25 totes and hauled in four passes for 46 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 7
HAMILTON 29, Winnipeg 22 (23653) - Kevin Glenn threw for 371 yards and three TDs for Hamilton, while Arland Bruce had 11 receptions for 197 yards and one TD a week after grabbing a team single-game record 16 catches.
Calgary 27, BRIT COL 22 (24876) - Henry Burris threw for 238 yards and two TDs to lead Calgary, which has won three straight games and now sits alone atop the West. It was the eighth straight victory for Calgary against BC.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     5  1 0 167 127 10 Montreal    5  1 0 208 139 10
Saskatch    4  2 0 198 183  8 Toronto     4  2 0 143 150  8
British Col 1  5 0 122 142  2 Winnipeg    2  4 0 169 166  4
Edmonton    1  5 0 130 183  2 Hamilton    2  4 0 146 175  4
WEEK SEVEN
THURDAY AUGUST 12
SASKATCHEWAN 37, Brit Col 13 (30045) - Darian Durant and Wes Cates both ran for a pair of TDs for the Roughriders. Durant converted 18-of-27 passes for 223 yards and a TD. Cates now leads the CFL in TDs with eight.
FRIDAY AUGUST 13
Hamilton 39, WINNIPEG 28 (27892) - Kevin Glenn threw three TD passes in the first half to lead Hamilton. RB DeAndra Cobb ran for a game-high 86 yards as the Ticats won for the third time in four chances against Winnipeg.
SATURDAY AUGUST 14
TORONTO 37, Montreal 22 (22311) - Cleo Lemon threw three TD passes as Toronto stunned the Als, who were led by Anthony Calvillo as the signal-caller hit on 37-of-49 passes for 450 yards and three touchdowns.
SUNDAY AUGUST 15
CALGARY 56, Edmonton 15 (30242) - Henry Burris threw for 305 yards and three TDs for Calgary. Burris connected on 21-of-29 passes for the Stamps, who won their fourth straight game to remain in first place in the West.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     6  1 0 223 142 12 Montreal    5  2 0 230 176 10
Saskatch    5  2 0 235 201 10 Toronto     5  2 0 180 172 10
British Col 1  6 0 135 179  2 Hamilton    3  4 0 185 203  6
Edmonton    1  6 0 145 239  2 Winnipeg    2  5 0 197 205  4
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Saskatchewan, BC, Edmonton, Calgary)
THURDAY AUGUST 19
MONTREAL 39, Winnipeg 17 (25012) - Als WR S.J. Green scored TDs on two of his three catches, and RB Brandon Whitaker ran his first two career TDs. Fred Reid ran for 103 yards for Winnipeg, which lost its fourth straight.
FRIDAY AUGUST 20
Hamilton 16, TORONTO 12 (24493) - DeAndra Cobb scored a TD late, as Hamilton scored 13 unanswered points in the final frame. As for the Argos, they were led by K Grant Shaw, who accounted for 10 of the team's 12 points.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     6  1 0 223 142 12 Montreal    6  2 0 269 193 12
Saskatch    5  2 0 235 201 10 Toronto     5  3 0 192 188 10
British Col 1  6 0 135 179  2 Hamilton    4  4 0 201 215  8
Edmonton    1  6 0 145 239  2 Winnipeg    2  6 0 214 244  4
WEEK NINE (Bye - Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Winnipeg)
FRIDAY AUGUST 27
Calgary 45, BRIT COL 38 (25127 - Henry Burris threw two TDs and ran in another as Calgary won for the seventh time in their first eight outings for the first time since the 1996 campaign. BC still lost its seventh in a row.
SATURDAY AUGUST 28
EDMONTON 17, Saskatchewan 14 (47829) - Noel Prefontaine's 37-yard FG in the final minute of play proved to be the difference as the Eskimos snapped a two-game slide by posting 17 unanswered points.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     7  1 0 268 180 14 Montreal    6  2 0 269 193 12
Saskatch    5  3 0 249 218 10 Toronto     5  3 0 192 188 10
Edmonton    2  6 0 162 253  4 Hamilton    4  4 0 201 215  8
British Col 1  7 0 173 224  2 Winnipeg    2  6 0 214 244  4
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3
BC 38, MONTREAL 17 (25012) - Casey Printers threw a pair of TD passes and British Columbia's defense gave Chris Leak fits in his first pro start, to end its 7-game skid. It was the Lions' first win in Montreal since 2006.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 5
SASKATCHEWAN  27, Winnipeg 23 (30945) - Wes Cates ran for two TDs for the Riders, while Darian Durant was 22-of-34 with 301 yards. Buck Pierce was 21-of-29 with 243 yards for Winnipeg, which has dropped five in a row.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6
HAMILTON 27, Toronto 13 (30319) - Kevin Glenn went 27-for-33 with 313 yards and one TD for the Tiger-Cats, who have won four straight. Cleo Lemon went 31-for-43 for 333 yards and three picks for the Argos.
CALGARY 52, Edmonton 5 (34559) - Henry Burris threw three TDs and Calgary rolled to a 6th straight win by forcing six turnovers. Edmonton rushed for five yards, while Calgary won the yardage battle by a 502-152 margin.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     8  1 0 320 185 16 Montreal    6  3 0 286 231 12
Saskatch    6  3 0 276 241 12 Toronto     5  4 0 205 215 10
Edmonton    2  7 0 167 305  4 Hamilton    5  4 0 228 228 10
British Col 2  7 0 211 241  4 Winnipeg    2  7 0 237 271  4
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Calgary 36, EDMONTON 20 (35349) - Henry Burris had 404 passing yards, as Calgary won its seventh straight. Joffrey Reynolds ran for 145 yards and became Calgary's all-time leading rusher, passing Kelvin Anderson (8,292).
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Montreal 27, HAMILTON 6 (23452) - Adrian McPherson threw for 238 yards and a TD, while Damon Duval made four FGs for Montreal. McPherson ran for 121 yards. He's the first Alouettes QB to have a 100-yard rushing game.
BRIT COL 37, Toronto 16 (22703) - Casey Printers kept the offense humming with 302 yards passing and two TDs as BC made it two straight wins. It was the  Lions' first at home since October 2, 2009.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
WINNIPEG 31, Saskatchewan 2 (29833) - Fred Reid rushed for two TDs and finished the game with 17 carries for 148 yards. Darian Durant was 19-for-35 with 168 yards and an interception for the Roughriders.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     9  1 0 356 205 18 Montreal    7  3 0 313 237 14
Saskatch    6  4 0 278 272 12 Toronto     5  5 0 221 252 10
British Col 3  7 0 248 257  6 Hamilton    5  5 0 234 255 10
Edmonton    2  8 0 187 341  4 Winnipeg    3  7 0 268 273  6
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17
SASKATCHEWAN 43, Calgary 37 (OT) (30048) - Wes Cates scored in OT and Darian Durant passed for 500
yards and two TDs as the Riders ended Calgary's 7-game win streak, whose QB, Henry Burris, threw for 348 yards.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Hamilton 35, BRIT COL 31 (21481) - Kevin Glenn threw two of his three TD passes in the fourth, including a game-winning 26-yarder to Chris Bauman with just under 2:30 to go, as Hamilton rallied for 19 fourth-quarter points.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
TORONTO 17, Winnipeg 13 (19662) - Cleo Lemon threw for 90 yards and a TD and Chad Owens put Toronto ahead for good in the third quarter with an 80-yard punt return for a score, as the Argos snapped a three-game skid.
MONTREAL 31, Edmonton 14 (25012) - Montreal's Anthony Calvillo returned to the lineup and threw for 327 yards. Ricky Ray threw for 242 yards and two interceptions for the Eskimos, who have lost three in a row.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Calgary     9  2 0 393 248 18 Montreal    8  3 0 344 251 16
Saskatch    7  4 0 321 309 14 Toronto     6  5 0 238 265 12
British Col 3  8 0 279 292  6 Hamilton    5  5 0 269 286 12
Edmonton    2  9 0 201 372  4 Winnipeg    3  8 0 281 290  6
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Montreal 44, WINNIPEG 40 (26154) - Anthony Calvillo threw a 48-yard TDs to Brian Bratton late as the Als rallied. Calvillo threw for 477 yards and five TDs, and Ben Cahoon became the second CFL WR to record 1,000 catches.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Saskatchewan 32, HAMILTON 25 (23108) - Darian Durant connected with Rob Bagg on a 19- yard TD late to break a tie score, as the Riders' defense logged six turnovers, including three from the Ticats' top RB, DeAndra Cobb.
Brit Col 29, CALGARY 10 (29637) - Paul McCallum kicked six FGs as BC prevented the Stamps from clinching a home playoff date.They also ended an eight-game skid to Calgary, which had an 11-game home win streak end.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
Edmonton 24, Toronto 6 at Moncton, NB (20725) - Calvin McCarty scored a pair of TDs for the Eskimos, who also recorded six interceptions and ended a three-game losing streak in the CFL's first-ever game in Atlantic Canada.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary   9  3 0 403 277 18 X-Montreal  9  3 0 388 291 18
Saskatch    8  4 0 353 334 16 Toronto     6  6 0 244 289 12
British Col 4  8 0 308 302  8 Hamilton    5  6 0 294 318 12
Edmonton    3  9 0 225 378  6 Winnipeg    3  9 0 321 334  6
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 1
CALGARY 46, Montreal 21 (31167) - Calgary QB Henry Burris threw for 404 yards and four TDs. Ken-Yon Rambo caught six passes for 169 yards and a TD, while Romby Bryant had two TDs and 146 yards on five catches.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
Saskatchewan 27, TORONTO 16 (23873) - Darian Durant threw for 310 yards and two TDs as Saskatchewan clinched a playoff spot. Durant also ran for 47 yards with a touchdown on seven carries in the victory.
BRIT COL 16, Winnipeg 14 (23186) - Paul McCallum connected on a 19-yard FG in the final minute for the Lions. He also made field goals of 40 and 39 yards for the Lions, who have won two in a row and four of five..
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
EDMONTON 37, Hamilton 35 (34479) - Ricky Ray threw for 384 yards and two TDs on 28-of-36 efficiency as Edmonton won back-to-back games for the first time this year. Fred Stamps caught 10 passes for 181 yards and a TD.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary  10  3 0 449 298 20 X-Montreal  9  4 0 409 337 18
X-Saskatch  9  4 0 380 350 18 Toronto     6  7 0 260 316 12
British Col 5  8 0 324 316 10 Hamilton    5  7 0 329 355 12
Edmonton    4  9 0 262 413  8 Winnipeg    3 10 0 335 350  6
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 8
HAMILTON 36, Edmonton 11 (20791) - Kevin Glenn threw three TDs in the
2nd half to help Hamilton pull away. Glenn found Dave Stala, Arland Bruce
and Marquay McDaniel for scores, snapping Hamilton's two-game slide.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
Toronto 24, SASKTACHEWAN 19 (30048) - Cleo Lemon threw for 150 yards and a TD, while Cory Boyd ran for 131 yards as Toronto snapped a two-game slide. The Riders failed to lock up a home playoff berth.
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
MONTREAL 46, Calgary 19 (25012) - Ben Cahoon caught four passes to become the CFL's all-time receptions leader, breaking Terry Vaughn's mark, and Anthony Calvillo passed for 395 yards and two scores for Montreal.
WINNIPEG 47, Brit Col 35 (OT) (25016) - Yvenson Bernard scored on a two-
yard TD run in the second overtime and Deon Beasley secured the win with a 72-yard interception return for a score, as Winnipeg earned a dramatic win.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary  10  4 0 468 244 20 X-Montreal 10  4 0 455 356 20
X-Saskatch  9  5 0 399 374 18 Toronto     7  7 0 284 335 14
British Col 5  9 0 359 363 10 Hamilton    7  7 0 365 366 14
Edmonton    4 10 0 273 449  8 Winnipeg    4 10 0 382 385  8
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 15
Hamilton 30, TORONTO 3 (25181) - Kevin Glenn threw a pair of TD passes as the Ti-Cats clinched a playoff berth. Cleo Lemon went just 16-for-29 with 159 yards and two picks for the Argonauts, who have dropped four straight.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
Edmonton 31, BRIT COL 28 (OT) (21414) - Ricky Ray snuck in from one-yard out in OT for Edmonton. The Lions scored 10 points in the final 1:31 to force the extra session. Daniel Porter ran for 171 yards, Ray for 135 for the visitors.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
MONTREAL 22, Winnipeg 19 (25012) - Anthony Calvillo threw a pair of TDs to help the Als locked up the East. Steven Jyles threw for 272 yards with two TDs and two interceptions for the Bombers, who have lost four of five.
Calgary 34, SASKATCHEWAN 26 (30048) - Henry Burris threw for 254 yards and a TD while Joffrey Reynolds ran for 124 yards and two TDs, as Calgary
used a strong 2nd half to extend their lead over Saskatchewan in the West.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
X-Calgary  11  4 0 502 270 22 Z-Montreal 11  4 0 477 375 22
X-Saskatch  9  6 0 425 408 18 X-Hamilton  8  7 0 395 369 16
British Col 5 10 0 387 394 10 Toronto     7  8 0 287 365 14
Edmonton    5 10 0 304 477 10 Winnipeg    4 11 0 401 407  8
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 22
HAMILTON 40, Montreal 3 (23118) - Kevin Glenn threw for 371 yards and two TDs and Chris Bauman hauled in six passes for 147 yards and two TDs for the Tiger-Cats, who have won three in a row.
Brit Col 36, CALGARY 31 (28054) - Paul McCallum made four FGs, including three in the fourth, as the Lions held on. The Stamps seemed to have the game won, but Arjei Franklin dropped a sure TD with under a minute to go.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
Toronto 27, WINNPEG 8 (23446) - Cleo Lemon passed for 212 yards and a TD and rushed for another score and Chad Owens had a 109-yard TD from a missed FG.as Toronto earned their first playoff berth in three seasons.
EDMONTON 39, Saskatchewan 24 (38325) - Jared Zabransky passed for 188 yards and two TDs while Daniel Porter rushed for 121 yards and a TD to lead Edmonton, which has won its last two games.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Z-Calgary  11  5 0 533 306 22 Z-Montreal 11  5 0 480 415 22
X-Saskatch  9  7 0 449 447 18 X-Hamilton  9  7 0 435 372 18
British Col 6 10 0 423 425 12 X-Toronto   8  8 0 314 373 16
Edmonton    6 10 0 343 501 12 Winnipeg    4 12 0 409 434  8
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 29
Montreal 37, TORONTO 30 (22427) - Damon Duval missed a 36-yard FG as time expired, but Dahrran Diedrick recovered the ball in the end zone for a bizarre Alouettes victory, after a mad scramble and officials' review.
CALGARY 55, Hamilton 24 (27644) - Henry Burris threw three TD passes to Romby Bryant, as Calgary dominated. The Tiger-Cats secured the second seed in the East when Toronto lost to Montreal earlier Friday.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
EDMONTON 16, Winnipeg 13 (OT) (32192) - Daniel Porter scored the game's only TD in OT, as the Eskimos have won three straight for the first time since October 10-28, 2005, and control their playoff fate.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
BRIT COL 23, Saskatchewan 17 (25479) - Paul McCallum made three FGs and Steven Black caught a TD pass in the fourth, as the Lions kept their playoff hopes alive, while Travis Lulay threw for 204 yards and a touchdown.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Z-Calgary  12  5 0 588 330 24 Z-Montreal 12  5 0 517 445 24
X-Saskatch  9  8 0 466 470 18 X-Hamilton  9  8 0 459 427 18
Edmonton    7 10 0 359 514 14 X-Toronto   8  9 0 344 410 16
British Col 7 10 0 446 442 14 Winnipeg    4 13 0 422 450  8
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK NINETEEN
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5
Calgary 35, WINNIPEG 32 (22056) - Landan Talley's long KO return set up Rob Maver's go-ahead 38-yard FG in the fourth. Henry Burris tossed a TD pass for the Stampeders, who overcame six FGs from Justin Palardy.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
Brit Col 23, HAMILTON 21 (23913) - Paul McCallum kicked three fourth-quarter FGs, including a 25-yarder with under two minutes remaining, as the Lions have now made the playoffs every year since 1997.
SASKTACHEWAN 31, Edmonton 23 (30048) - Darian Durant threw for 345 yards and a TD, leading playoff-bound Saskatchewan, who had lost four in a row, over the Eskimos, who were knocked out of the postseason picture.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
Toronto 30, MONTREAL 4 (25012) - Spencer Watt posted a game-high 140 receiving yards with two TDs as Toronto blitzed Montreal. Dalton Bell went 16-of-27 passes for 229 yards, one TD and an interception for the Argonauts.
WESTERN CONFERENCE            EASTERN CONFERENCE
Z-Calgary  13  5 0 623 362 26 Z-Montreal 12  6 0 521 475 24
X-Saskatch 10  8 0 497 493 20 X-Hamilton  9  9 0 480 450 18
X-Brit Col  8 10 0 469 463 16 X-Toronto   9  9 0 374 414 18
Edmonton    7 11 0 382 545 14 Winnipeg    4 14 0 454 485  8
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
CFL PLAYOFFS - DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
Toronto (9-9) 16, HAMILTON (9-9) 13 - Noel Prefontaine connected on three FGs and Cleo Lemon threw for 134 yards and a TD to Spencer Watt for Toronto. Byron Parker sewed up the victory by intercepting a Kevin Glenn pass with two seconds remaining.
SASKATCHEWAN (10-8) 41, British Columbia (8-10) 38 (2OT) - Darian Durant's 24-yard TD pass to Jason Clermont in double overtime was the game-winner. Travis Lulay completed 28-of-49 passes for 352 yards with two touchdowns and an interception for the Lions.
DIVISION FINALS
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
Saskatchewan (11-8) 20, CALGARY (13-5) 16 - Darian Durant threw for 182 yards and two TDs, and the Riders battled frigid conditions to become the West champs for the 2nd straight year and third time in the last four years.
MONTREAL (12-6) 48, Toronto (10-9) 17 - Anthony Calvillo finished 19-of-26 for 334 yards and a pair of TDs, as the Alouettes reached their third straight  Grey Cup. Avon Cobourne rolled up 163 rushing yards and a TD for Montreal.
98TH GREY CUP (Sunday November 28 at Edmonton)
MONTREAL ALOUETTES (13-6) 21, SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS (12-8) 18 - Billy Parker's interception with 55 seconds left thwarted a late Saskatchewan comeback and helped seal Montreal's victory. Damon Duval missed a field goal to give the Roughriders possession at their own 16 with 1:37 left, down by three. Saskatchewan quarterback Darian Durant made an impressive first-down run a few plays to get near the 40, but it was negated when one of his wide receivers ran ahead of the play before the snap. On 1st-and-15, Durant impressively avoided a sack and tried to throw the ball out of bounds. The ball didn't get enough air, and Parker's pick near the sideline sealed the outcome. Anthony Calvillo threw for 336 yards for the Alouettes, who won their second straight title after beating the Riders last year on a final-second FG. Jamel Richardson was the game's MVP, catching eight passes for 109 yards, while S.J. Green had nine receptions for 102 yards in the win. Avon Cobourne, last year's Grey Cup MVP, ran for 67 yards and two scores for Montreal. Durant was 18-of-31 for 215 yards with one TD and one interception for the Roughriders, who last won a title in 2007 and would have won last year if not for a penalty in the closing seconds. Montreal was the first team to win back-to-back  titles since Toronto in 1996-97.
Omaha and their fifth straight win. Las Vegas turned four second-half takeaways into 17 points.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
Hartford 27, SACRAMENTO 26 (13500) - Taylor Melhaff's 23-yard FG as time expired gave the Colonials the win. Aaron Woods put Sacramento ahead 14-0 in the first quarter, scoring the first punt return touchdown in UFL history.
Las Vegas      5  1 0 136  88 Sacramento     2  4 0 101 137
Omaha          3  2 0  86 103 Hartford       2  4 0 135 139
Florida        2  3 0 114 105
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Hartford)
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5
FLORIDA 31, Omaha 14 (9203) - The Tuskers dominated the first three
quarters, holding Omaha to 85 yards and bolting to a 31-0 lead. Florida converted 10 of 15 third downs and finished with a 353-267 edge in yardage.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
Sacramento 27, LAS VEGAS 24 (13622) - Fabrizio Scaccia's 44-yard FG with
1:37 left broke the tie. On the first play of Las Vegas' next drive, Josh Savage stripped Locos QB Chase Clement and Dontarrious Thomas recovered.
Las Vegas      5  2 0 160 115 Sacramento     3  4 0 128 161
Omaha          3  3 0 100 134 Hartford       2  4 0 135 139
Florida        3  3 0 145 119
WEEK NINE (Bye - Las Vegas)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11
FLORIDA 41, Hartford 7 (9367) - Florida smashed the UFL record for most points in a half (24) by storming out to a 38-0 halftime lead. The Tuskers' defense forced five turnovers and Dominic Rhodes ran for two TDs.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13
SACRAMENTO 41, Omaha 3 (20000) - The Sacramento offense set the pace on their opening play with a 59-yard Daunte Culpepper pass to Taye Biddle. Sacramento scored at least one touchdown in each quarter.
*-Las Vegas    5  2 0 160 115 Omaha          3  4 0 103 175
Florida        4  3 0 186 126 Hartford       2  5 0 142 180
Sacramento     4  4 0 169 164 *-Clinched title berth
WEEK TEN (Bye - Sacramento)
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19
Florida 27, OMAHA 10 (21102) - The Tuskers returned two interceptions for TDs and punched a return ticket for next Saturday’s UFL Championship Game. It was the Tuskers’ third straight win after starting the season 2-3.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20
HARTFORD 27, Las Vegas 14 (14554) - Locos QB Chase Clement threw 3 interceptions in the game, two of which were returned for touchdowns and the third led to a Colonials field goal.
*-Las Vegas    5  3 0 174 142 Omaha          3  5 0 113 202
*-Florida      5  3 0 213 136 Hartford       3  5 0 169 194
Sacramento     4  4 0 169 164 *-Clinched title berth
UFL CHAMPIONSHIP (Saturday November 28 at Omaha - 15,310)
LAS VEGAS LOCOMOTIVES (5-3) 23, FLORIDA TUSKERS (5-3) 20 - Las Vegas won a second straight UFL title, as Alfred Malone blocked a 45-yard FG attempt by Florida's Nick Novak on the final play of the game. Locos quarterback Chase Clement was named "The Championship" Most Valuable Player, as he was 16-for-25 for 237 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, and added 30 yards on five carries. The pace of the game was fast and furious early on, as 17 points were scored in the first 11:47. Florida opened the scoring with a five-yard scramble for a touchdown by quarterback Chris Greisen. Las Vegas quickly tied the game just 56 seconds later when Clement found wide receiver Andrae Thurman wide open for a 75-yard touchdown pass. Novak made a 22-yard field goal to make it a 10-7 Tuskers lead, and the pace of the game slowed down until Clement found another wide-open target, this time tight end George Wrighster, for a 30-yard touchdown with 5:56 left until halftime. The Locos had a 14-10 halftime lead, and then the pace quickened again in the third quarter. There were two lead changes in the third - the first coming on Greisen's second TD scramble of the game (two yards) with 8:19 left in the quarter, and the second coming on a 37-yard jaunt by Locos running back Hakim Hill with 5:53 left in the period. Another 22-yard Novak field goal pulled the Tuskers to within a point at 21-20 with 7:48 left in regulation. But a Las Vegas safety after a bad Florida snap extended the Locos' lead to 23-20 with 5:36 left in the fourth quarter.
EXPANSION: Omaha Nighthawks MOVED: New York Sentinels to Hartford Colonials, California Redwoods to Sacramento Mountain Lions
WEEK ONE (Bye - Omaha)
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Florida 27, LAS VEGAS 20 (9103) - Brooks Bollinger threw for 308 yards and two TDs to lead Florida, who fell behind by 10 points in the 1st quarter. Locos QB Tim completed 22-of-38 passes for 173 yards, with one TD.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18
HARTFORD 27, Sacramento 10 (14384) - The Colonials dominated, gaining 448 total yards while holding Sacramento to 201. QB Josh McCown threw three TD passes, before the largest regular season crowd in UFL history.
Florida        1  0 0  27  20 Las Vegas      0  1 0  20  27
Hartford       1  0 0  27  10 Sacramento     0  1 0  10  27
Omaha          0  0 0   0   0
WEEK TWO (Bye - Las Vegas)
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24
OMAHA 27, Hartford 26 (23067) - Jeff Garcia’s 12-yard pass to Robert Ferguson with six seconds to play pulled Omaha into a tie, and Jeff Wolfert’s extra-point kick sent the Nighthawks and a sellout crowd into a frenzy.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25
SACRAMENTO 24, Florida 20 (20000) - Daunte Culpepper hit Rod Windsor for the game winning 33-yard TD with 31 seconds left. The Tuskers led 17-7 to start the fourth, but Sacramento rallied to win its home opener.
Omaha          1  0 0  27  26 Sacramento     1  1 0  34  47
Hartford       1  1 0  53  37 Las Vegas      0  1 0  20  27
Florida        1  1 0  47  44
WEEK THREE (Bye - Hartford)
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Las Vegas 20, FLORIDA 17 (9053) - The Locos won on a last-second 21-yard field goal by Parker Douglass. It was the first game in UFL history that was decided as time expired. Locos RB DeDe Dorsey ran for 99 yards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
OMAHA 20, Sacramento 17 (23416) - Jeff Garcia won the first matchup of former Pro Bowl QBs. Garcia threw the game-winning TD pass to Jeb Putzier with 4:59 left to claim the second straight win for the Nighthawks.
Omaha          2  0 0  47  43 Sacramento     1  2 0  51  67
Hartford       1  1 0  53  37 Florida        1  2 0  64  64
Las Vegas      1  1 0  40  44
WEEK FOUR (Bye - Sacramento)
FRIDAY OCTOBER 8
LAS VEGAS 22, Omaha 10 (9767) - Vegas forced three Omaha turnovers
and allowed Nighthawks QB Jeff Garcia little room to throw and moved into a first-place tie. Isaiah Trufant intercepted Garcia twice, tying a league record.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
Florida 33, HARTFORD 20 (14468) - The Colonials had two leads, but the Tuskers scored 13 unanswered points in the third and never looked back. Tuskers K Nick Novak set UFL records with four FGs and 15 points.
Las Vegas      2  1 0  62  54 Hartford       1  2 0  73  70
Florida        2  2 0  97  84
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Florida)
FRIDAY OCTOBER 15
Las Vegas 26, SACRAMENTO 3 (19000) - The Locos forced a league-record six turnovers and Locos RB Marcel Shipp scored the game’s only offensive TD on a five-yard run in the fourth, but QB Tim Rattay tore his Achilles tendon.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
Omaha 19, HARTFORD 14 (14056) - The Nighthawks intercepted Hartford QB Josh McCown twice and rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit. Hartford turned the ball over three times in the second half.
Omaha          3  1 0  76  79 Sacramento     1  3 0  54  93
Las Vegas      3  1 0  88  57 Hartford       1  3 0  87  89
Florida        2  2 0  97  84
WEEK SIX (Bye - Omaha)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 21
Sacramento 21, FLORIDA 17 (10066) - Trailing 17-12, Daunte Culpepper led Sacramento on 14-play, 71-yard that ended on a 10-yard Culpepper TD run on 4th-and-5. Culpepper completed 31 of 49 passes for 259 yards and a TD.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
LAS VEGAS 24, Hartford 21 (OT) (8451) - Locos K Steve Hauschka hit a 53-yard FG with 17 seconds left in OT in the 1st regular-season OT contest in the UFL. Both teams had failed to score on their opening OT possessions.
Las Vegas      4  1 0 112  78 Sacramento     2  3 0  75 110
Omaha          3  1 0  76  79 Hartford       1  4 0 108 113
Florida        2  3 0 114 105
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Florida)
THURSDAY OCTOBER 28
Las Vegas 24, OMAHA 10 (23554) - The first-place Locos forced five turnovers to give them a season sweep of
New England (14-2)
Kansas City (10-6)
Chicago (11-5)
Philadelphia (10-6)
Cleveland (5-11)
NY Jets (11-5)
Indianapolis (10-6)
Tennessee (6-10)
San Diego (9-7)
Buffalo (4-12)
New Orleans (11-5)
Washington (6-10)
Dallas (6-10)
Tampa Bay (10-6)
Jacksonville (8-8)
Denver (4-12)
Green Bay (10-6)
Carolina (2-14)
Detroit (6-10)
Baltimore (12-4)
Minnesota (6-10)
Atlanta (13-3)
NY Giants (10-6)
Miami (7-9)
Pittsburgh (12-4)
Oakland (8-8)
Houston (6-10)
Cincinnati (4-12)
Seattle (7-9)
St. Louis (7-9)
S. Francisco (6-10)
Arizona (5-11)

















WEEK ONE
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 9
NEW ORLEANS 14, Minnesota 9 - Drew Brees threw for 237 yards and a TD and Pierre Thomas ran for the decisive TD in the third, as the Saints opened their title defense. Vikings QB Brett Favre made his 286th consecutive start.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
Green Bay 27, PHILADELPHIA 20
Miami 15, BUFFALO 10 - Ronnie Brown ran for Miami's only TD and Chad Henne threw for 182 yards, the first win for the Dolphins in a season-opener since 2005, ruining Chan Gailey's debut as Buffalo head coach.
CHICAGO 19, Detroit 14 - Chicago QB Jay Cutler threw a 28-yard TD pass to Matt Forte with 1:32 remaining. Detroit lost its 21st straight road game in a controversy, when Calvin Johnson had a potential late TD ruled incomplete .
HOUSTON 34, Indianapolis 24 - Arian Foster set a Texans record with 231 rushing yards on 33 attempts. He scored three TDs as the Texans improved to 2-15 against the Colts and set a franchise record with 257 rushing yards.
JACKSONVILLE 17, Denver 14 - David Garrard threw a 24-yard TD pass to Kassim Osgood midway through the fourth for the win. Kyle Orton passed for 295 yards and a TD for the Broncos, who started 2009 with a 6-0 mark.
NEW ENGLAND 38, Cincinnati 24 - Tom Brady threw for three TDs, fresh from agreeing to a four-year contract extension reportedly worth $72 million. Carson Palmer went 34-of-50 for 345 yards and two TDs for the Bengals
NY GIANTS 31, Carolina 18 - Eli Manning threw three TD passes to Hakeem Nicks in the first regular season  game at the New Meadowlands Stadium. Matt Moore was picked off three times for the Panthers.
PITTSBURGH 15, Atlanta 9 (OT) - Rashard Mendenhall broke off a 50-yard game-winning TD run on the Steelers' first OT play as Pittsburgh extended its streak of wins in opening-season games to a league-best eight..
TAMPA BAY 17, Cleveland 14 - Micheal Spurlock caught a 33-yard TD pass late in the fourth as the Buccaneers. Jake Delhomme connected on 20-of-37 passes for 227 yards, a TD, and two interceptions in his Browns debut.
TENNESSEE 38, Oakland 13 - Chris Johnson picked up where he left off in 2009, rushing for 142 yards and two TDs. He has run for at least 100 yards in 12 consecutive games, the second-longest stretch in NFL history.
Arizona 17, ST. LOUIS 13 - Derek Anderson upstaged Sam Bradford's debut as he threw the game-winning TD in the fourth. Bradford, the No. 1 overall pick, went 32-for-55 with 253 yards and a TD but threw three interceptions.
SEATTLE 31, San Francisco 6 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for two TDs and ran for another, as Seattle won in Pete Carroll's debut as head coach. San Francisco QB Alex Smith had one pick returned for a TD by Marcus Trufant.
WASHINGTON 13, Dallas 7 - DeAngelo Hall returned a fumble for a TD in the debut of head coach Mike Shanahan. On the final play of the game, Tony Romo's TD pass was wiped out on a holding call on tackle Alex Barron.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 13
Baltimore 10, NY JETS 9 - Ravens QB Joe Flacco passed for 248 yards, while Anquan Boldin caught seven passes for 110 yards. Baltimore held an anemic Jets offense to just 176 yards, 60 through the air.
KANSAS CITY 21, San Diego 14 - Rookie Dexter McCluster returned a punt 94 yards for a TD and Kansas City used a last-minute stand to thwart a San Diego drive and snapped a five-game skid against the Chargers.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Washington     1  0 0  13   7 Miami          1  0 0  15  10
NY Giants      1  0 0  31  18 New England    1  0 0  38  24
Dallas         0  1 0   7  13 NY Jets        0  1 0   9  10
Philadelphia   0  1 0  20  27 Buffalo        0  1 0  10  15
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      1  0 0  27  20 Pittsburgh     1  0 0  15   9
Chicago        1  0 0  19  14 Baltimore      1  0 0  10   9
Minnesota      0  1 0   9  14 Cleveland      0  1 0  14  17
Detroit        0  1 0  14  19 Cincinnati     0  1 0  24  38
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      1  0 0  17  14 Houston        1  0 0  34  24
New Orleans    1  0 0  14   9 Tennessee      1  0 0  38  13
Carolina       0  1 0  18  31 Jacksonville   1  0 0  17  14
Atlanta        0  1 0   9  15 Indianapolis   0  1 0  24  34
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        1  0 0  17  13 Kansas City    1  0 0  21  14
Seattle        1  0 0  31   6 San Diego      0  1 0  14  21
San Francisco  0  1 0   6  31 Oakland        0  1 0  13  38
St. Louis      0  1 0  13  17 Denver         0  1 0  14  17
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
GREEN BAY 34, Buffalo 7
ATLANTA 41, Arizona 7 - Matt Ryan threw for 225 yards and three TDs, while
Jason Snelling amassed 186 total yards with three TDs, as Atlanta outgained the opposition 444-267 and held the ball for nearly 40 minutes.
Tampa Bay 20, CAROLINA 7 - Josh Freeman passed for 178 yards and two TDs for the Bucs. Panthers QB Matt Moore completed only 6-of-16 passes for 125 yards and one TD before being replaced by rookie Jimmy Clausen.
CINCINNATI 15, Baltimore 10 - Mike Nugent kicked a career-high five FGs.
The Cincinnati defense was able to force four turnovers, while the offense had none. Ravens QB Joe Flacco set a career-high with four interceptions
Kansas City 16, CLEVELAND 14 - Ryan Succop kicked two second-half FGs to put the Chiefs ahead, while Brandon Flowers had an interception return for a TD for KC, which has won its first two for the first time since 2005.
Chicago 27, DALLAS 20 - Jay Cutler threw for 277 yards with three TDs as  the Bears spoiled Dallas' home opener and are off to their first 2-0 start since 2006, a year in which they represented the NFC in the Super Bowl.
Philadelphia 35, DETROIT 32 - Eagles QB Michael Vick made his first start in almost four years and threw for two TDs, while RB LeSean McCoy had the best game of his career as he scored three TDs and finished with 120 yards.
Miami 14, MINNESOTA 10 - Jason Allen had two of Miami's three interceptions of Brett Favre and the Dolphin defense stopped a pair of late Minnesota threats as they opened with two wins for the first time since 2002.
Pittsburgh 19, TENNESSEE 11 - The Steeler defense forced seven turnovers and the special teams accounted for every point, as Jeff Reed hit four FGs and rookie Antonio Brown returned the opening KO 89 yards for a TD.
DENVER 31, Seattle 14 - Kyle Orton was at the head of an effective Denver offense with 307 yards passing and two TDs, while rookie WR Demaryius Thomas debuted with eight catches for 97 yards with a 21-yard touchdown.
OAKLAND 16, St. Louis 14 - Bruce Gradkowski replaced Jason Campbell after halftime and led Oakland to the go-ahead TD, while Darren McFadden ran for 145 yards on 30 carries for Oakland.
NY JETS 28, New England 14 - Mark Sanchez threw a career-high three TDs and the Jets blanked the Patriots in the second half and scored 21 unanswered points to end the game.
SAN DIEGO 38, Jacksonville 13 - Antoine Cason had two of San Diego's four interceptions of David Garrard, and the Chargers forced six turnovers, while Philip Rivers completed 22-of-29 passes for 334 yards with three TDs.
Houston 30, WASHINGTON 27 (OT) - Neil Rackers' 35-yard FG with 3:24 left in OT completed a comeback, while QB Matt Schaub threw for 497 yards and three TDs for the Texans, who have won a franchise-best six straight games.
INDIANAPOLIS 38, N.Y. Giants 14 - Peyton Manning was far more efficient than Eli Manning. Peyton completed 20-of-26 passes for 255 yards and three TDs, while his younger brother threw for 161 yards, two TDs, and a pick.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20
New Orleans 25, SAN FRAN 22 - Garrett Hartley kicked a 37-yard FG on the final play, while Drew Brees threw for two TDs and led the Saints on the final seven-play, 51-yard drive by hitting Marques Colston with a 30-yard pass.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Washington     1  1 0  40  37 Miami          2  0 0  29  20
NY Giants      1  1 0  45  56 New England    1  1 0  52  52
Philadelphia   1  1 0  55  59 NY Jets        1  1 0  37  24
Dallas         0  2 0  27  40 Buffalo        0  2 0  17  49
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      2  0 0  61  27 Pittsburgh     2  0 0  34  20
Chicago        2  0 0  46  34 Baltimore      1  1 0  20  24
Minnesota      0  2 0  19  28 Cincinnati     1  1 0  39  48
Detroit        0  2 0  46  54 Cleveland      0  2 0  28  33
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      2  0 0  37  21 Houston        2  0 0  64  51
New Orleans    2  0 0  39  31 Tennessee      1  1 0  49  32
Atlanta        1  1 0  50  22 Jacksonville   1  1 0  30  52
Carolina       0  2 0  25  51 Indianapolis   1  1 0  62  48
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        1  1 0  24  54 Kansas City    2  0 0  37  28
Seattle        1  1 0  45  37 San Diego      1  1 0  52  34
San Francisco  0  2 0  28  56 Oakland        1  1 0  29  52
St. Louis      0  2 0  27  33 Denver         1  1 0  45  31
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
BALTIMORE 24, Cleveland 17 - Joe Flacco threw for 262 yards including three TD passes to Anquan Boldin. His third TD of the day with Boldin, a 27-yard lob with 9:13 to play, provided the Ravens with the winning points.
Cincinnati 20, CAROLINA 7 - Cedric Benson scored two TDs and the Bengals dominated the time of possession in wet conditions. Carolina is the only team to lose all three of their games thus far by 10 or more points.
Dallas 27, HOUSTON 13 - Tony Romo threw two TD passes to Roy Williams, as the Cowboys avoided dropping their first three games for the first time since 2001. Houston was aiming to start a season 3-0 for the first time ever.
KANSAS CITY 31, San Francisco 10 - Matt Cassel threw for 250 yards and three TDs, while Thomas Jones ran for 95 yards and a TD for the Chiefs, who have won their first three games for the first time since 2003
MINNESOTA 24, Detroit 10 - Adrian Peterson scored twice to help the
Vikings to their first win as he finished the game with 160 yards, including a career-high 80-yard TD run. The Lions have lost 22 straight road games.
NEW ENGLAND 38, Buffalo 30 - Tom Brady threw for 252 yards and three TDs as New England reeled off its 14th straight win over Buffalo. Randy Moss had twoTD receptions, while BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 98 yards.
Atlanta 27, NEW ORLEANS 24 (OT) - Matt Bryant's 46-yard FG with two minutes left in OT gave the win to the Falcons, who ended a three-game skid to the Saints, despite Drew Brees' 365 yards passing and three TDs.
Tennessee 29, NY GIANTS 10 - Chris Johnson ran for 125 yards and two TDs, and the Titans' defense recorded three turnovers and a safety en route to a convincing victory, their 10th straight win against the NFC.
Pittsburgh 38, TAMPA BAY 13 - Charlie Batch threw three TD passes in his first NFL start since 2007 as the Steelers rolled in the only matchup of undefeated teams. Batch tossed 46- and 41-yard TD tosses to Mike Wallace.
Philadelphia 28, JACKSONVILLE 3 - Michael Vick completed 17-of-31 passes for 291 yards and three TDs and ran for another score, as the Eagles beat the Jaguars for the first time in four all-time meetings.
ST. LOUIS 30, Washington 16 - Sam Bradford tossed a TD and picked up his first career win, as he went 23-for-37 with 235 yards and an interception for the Rams, who snapped a 10-game losing streak.
ARIZONA 24, Oakland 23 - Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski pulled a 32-yard FG wide left as time expired. LaRod Stephens-Howling took the opening KO 102 yards for a TD for the Cards, while Derek Anderson threw for two TDs.
Indianapolis 27, DENVER 13 - Peyton Manning passed for 325 yards and three TDs, as Austin Collie was the main beneficiary of Manning's 58th career 300-yard passing game, with 12 catches, 171 yards and two TDs.
SEATTLE 27, San Diego 20 - Leon Washington returned a pair of kickoffs for TDs, including the go-ahead 99-yarder with 6:24 to go. He ran a team-record 101 yards for the other TD as the Seahawks forced five turnovers.
N.Y. Jets 31, MIAMI 23 - Mark Sanchez tossed three TDs for the second consecutive week, and the Jets intercepted Chad Henne in the end zone in the final minute of regulation to escape Sun Life Stadium with a win.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27
CHICAGO 20, Green Bay 17
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   2  1 0  83  62 Miami          2  1 0  52  51
Washington     1  2 0  56  67 New England    2  1 0  90  82
NY Giants      1  2 0  55  85 NY Jets        2  1 0  68  47
Dallas         1  2 0  54  53 Buffalo        0  3 0  47  87
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        3  0 0  66  51 Pittsburgh     3  0 0  72  33
GREEN BAY      2  1 0  78  47 Baltimore      2  1 0  44  41
Minnesota      1  2 0  43  38 Cincinnati     2  1 0  59  55
Detroit        0  3 0  56  78 Cleveland      0  3 0  45  57
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  50  59 Houston        2  1 0  77  78
New Orleans    2  1 0  63  58 Tennessee      2  1 0  78  42
Atlanta        2  1 0  77  46 Indianapolis   2  1 0  89  61
Carolina       0  3 0  32  71 Jacksonville   1  2 0  33  80
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        2  1 0  48  77 Kansas City    3  0 0  68  38
Seattle        2  1 0  72  57 San Diego      1  2 0  72  61
St. Louis      1  2 0  57  49 Oakland        1  2 0  52  76
San Francisco  0  3 0  38  87 Denver         1  2 0  58  58
WEEK FOUR (Byes: Dallas, Kansas City, Minnesota, Tampa Bay)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
GREEN BAY 28, Detroit 26
ATLANTA 16, San Francisco 14 - Matt Bryant scored the final nine points in the game, including a 43-yard FG just before the final buzzer to give the Falcons a win over the winless 49ers in a defensive-minded Week 4 battle.
N.Y. Jets 38, BUFFALO 14 - Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 133 yards with two TDs and Shonn Greene added 117 yards on the ground, while Mark Sanchez threw a pair of TDs for the Jets, who have won three straight.
CLEVELAND 23, Cincinnati 20 - Seneca Wallace was efficient in throwing for 184 yards and a TD as the Browns recorded their first win. Bengals WR Terrell Owens caught 10 balls for 222 yards and a touchdown.
NEW ORLEANS 16, Carolina 14 - John Carney who was signed earlier in the week and activated for the ineffective Garrett Hartley, kicked three FGs, including the game-winning 25-yarder late in the fourth for the Saints.
Baltimore 17, PITTSBURGH 14 - Joe Flacco moved the offense 40 yards in 23 seconds and hit T.J. Houshmandzadeh for an 18-yard TD with 32  seconds to go. The Steelers were seeking their first 4-0 start since 1979.
ST. LOUIS 20, Seattle 3 - Sam Bradford passed for 289 yards and two TDs, as the Rams snapped a 10-game losing skid to Seattle and won consecutive games for the first time since October 12-19, 2008.
Denver 26, TENNESSEE 20 - Kyle Orton's six-yard TD pass to Correll Buckhalter with 1:33 left lifted the Broncos. Orton threw for 341 yards with two TDs, while Brandon Lloyd hauled in a career-high 11 passes for 115 yards.
JACKSONVILLE 31, Indianapolis 28 - Josh Scobee made a career-long 59-yard FG as time expired to give Jacksonville the win. Colts QB Peyton Manning connected on 33-of-46 passes for 353 yards and two TDs.
Houston 31, OAKLAND 24 - Matt Schaub tossed two TDs while Arian Foster scored twice to help the Texans win. QB Bruce Gradkowski went 24-for-39 with 278 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for the Raiders.
Washington 17, PHILADELPHIA 12 - Donovan McNabb's much-anticipated return was a triumphant one, as he led the Redskins to the win. New Eagles QB Michael Vick exited late in the second quarter with a chest and rib injury.
SAN DIEGO 41, Arizona 10 - Chargers QB Philip Rivers finished with 249 yards and two TDs to Antonio Gates. Mike Tolbert rushed for 100 yards and a TD. Kerry Rhodes' 42-yard fumble return was the lone TD for the Cards.
NY GIANTS 17, Chicago 3 - Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 129 yards and a TD while the Giants defense recorded 10 sacks. New York sacked Jay Cutler nine times in the first half, forcing him out of the game with a concussion.
MONDAY OCTOBER 4
New England 41, MIAMI 14 - Patrick Chung blocked two kicks in the 2nd half and returned an interception 51 yards for a TD in the 4th quarter to lead the Pats, while Brandon Tate ran the 2nd half opening kickoff 103 yards for a TD.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   2  2 0  95  79 NY Jets        3  1 0 106  61
Washington     2  2 0  73  79 New England    3  1 0 131  96
NY Giants      2  2 0  72  88 Miami          2  2 0  66  92
Dallas         1  2 0  54  53 Buffalo        0  4 0  61 125
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        3  1 0  69  68 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  86  50
GREEN BAY      3  1 0 106  73 Baltimore      3  1 0  61  55
Minnesota      1  2 0  43  38 Cincinnati     2  2 0  79  78
Detroit        0  4 0  82 106 Cleveland      1  3 0  68  77
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        3  1 0  93  60 Houston        3  1 0 108 102
New Orleans    3  1 0  79  72 Tennessee      2  2 0  98  68
Tampa Bay      2  1 0  50  59 Indianapolis   2  2 0 117  92
Carolina       0  4 0  46  87 Jacksonville   2  2 0  64 108
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        2  2 0  58 118 Kansas City    3  0 0  68  38
Seattle        2  2 0  75  77 San Diego      2  2 0 113  71
St. Louis      2  2 0  77  52 Denver         2  2 0  84  78
San Francisco  0  4 0  52 103 Oakland        1  3 0  76 107
WEEK FIVE (Byes: Miami, New England, Pittsburgh, Seattle)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
WASHINGTON 16, Green Bay 13 (OT)
BALTIMORE 31, Denver 17 - Ray Rice ran for 133 yards and two TDs and Baltimore scored the game's first 17 points, as they piled up a season-high 233 rushing yards in posting their third straight victory.
Jacksonville 36, BUFFALO 26 - David Garrard passed for 178 yards and three TDs and Josh Scobee kicked five FGs to lead the Jaguars, while the Bills started a season with five losses for the first time since 1985.
Chicago 23, CAROLINA 6 - Matt Forte ran for a pair of TD in the first quarter, as the Bears overcame a poor performance from veteran QB Todd Collins, who got his first start since 2007 and threw four interceptions.
Tampa Bay 24, CINCINNATI 21 - Connor Barth's 31-yard FG with one second left capped a furious Tampa rally. Aqib Talib and Sabby Piscitelli had key interceptions which led to the Bucs'  10 points inside the final 90 seconds.
Atlanta 20, CLEVELAND 10 - Matt Ryan threw for 187 yards and a go-ahead TD, while Kroy Biermann returned an interception for a TD late in the fourth to seal Atlanta's fourth consecutive game, its longest win streak since 2004.
DETROIT 44, St. Louis 6 - Shaun Hill threw for 227 yards and three TDs and Stefan Logan tied a team record with a 105-yard TD kickoff return as Detroit snapped a 10-game skid. Steven Jackson ran for 114 yards for St. Louis.
INDIANAPOLIS 19, Kansas City 9 - Mike Hart rushed for the only TD of the game late, as Indianapolis knocked off the last remaining unbeaten team, as the Chiefs were trying for their first 4-0 start since 2003.
N.Y. Giants 34, HOUSTON 10 - Eli Manning threw for 297 yards and three TDs to lead the Giants, and Hakeem Nicks caught a career-high 12 passes for 130 yards with two TDs. Houston had a franchise-low 24 rushing yards.
ARIZONA 30, New Orleans 20 - Max Hall went 17-for-27 for 168 yards in his first start and Jay Feely kicked three FGs to lead Arizona. Saints QB Drew Brees threw for 294 yards and two TDs, but was intercepted three times.
Tennessee 34, DALLAS 27 - Chris Johnson rushed for 131 yards and two TDs for Tennessee, which has won three of their last fourl and 11 straight against NFC opponents. Dallas QB Tony Romo was picked off three times.
OAKLAND 35, San Diego 27 - Michael Bush ran for had the go-ahead TD with 3:39 to go and Tyvon Branch scored on a 64-yard fumble return, as the Raiders, who blocked two punts, snapped a 13-game skid to San Diego.
Philadelphia 27, SAN FRANCISCO 24 - Kevin Kolb threw for a TD and Quintin Mikell ran back a fumble 52 yards for a TD as the Eagles held off the 49ers, who had five turnovers and are off to their worst start in 31 years.
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
NY JETS 29, Minnesota 20 - Shonn Greene scored a TD with 4:30 to go and Dwight Lowery sealed the victory with a 26-yard interception return for a TD in a game that was delayed 45 minutes at the start due to lightning.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   3  2 0 122 103 NY Jets        4  1 0 135  81
Washington     3  2 0  89  92 New England    3  1 0 131  96
NY Giants      3  2 0 106  98 Miami          2  2 0  66  92
Dallas         1  3 0  81  87 Buffalo        0  5 0  87 161
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        4  1 0  92  74 Baltimore      4  1 0  92  72
GREEN BAY      3  2 0 119  89 Pittsburgh     3  1 0  86  50
Minnesota      1  3 0  63  67 Cincinnati     2  3 0 100 102
Detroit        1  4 0 126 112 Cleveland      1  4 0  78  97
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        4  1 0 113  70 Houston        3  2 0 118 136
Tampa Bay      3  1 0  74  80 Tennessee      3  2 0 132  95
New Orleans    3  2 0  99 102 Indianapolis   3  2 0 136 101
Carolina       0  5 0  52 110 Jacksonville   3  2 0 100 134
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        3  2 0  88 138 Kansas City    3  1 0  77  57
Seattle        2  2 0  75  77 San Diego      2  3 0 140 106
St. Louis      2  3 0  83  96 Denver         2  3 0 101 109
San Francisco  0  5 0  76 130 Oakland        2  3 0 111 134
WEEK SIX (Byes: Arizona, Buffalo, Carolina, Cincinnati)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
Miami 23, GREEN BAY 20 (OT)
Seattle 23, CHICAGO 20 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for 242 yards and one TD as Seattle registered its first road win. Justin Forsett and Marshawn Lynch ran for Seahawks scores, while the Bears have dropped two of three.
HOUSTON 35, Kansas City 31 - Matt Schaub threw an 11-yard TD pass to Andre Johnson with 28 seconds left to lift Houston, who rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit, and Arian Foster ran for 71 yards and two TDs.
NEW ENGLAND 23, Baltimore 20 (OT) - Stephen Gostkowski's 35-yard FG, on the first play after the two-minute warning in OT, lifted New England, who rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to win for the third straight time.
NY GIANTS 28, Detroit 20 - Eli Manning threw for 177 yards and two TDs, and
Antrel Rolle's last-minute interception led the Giants to their third win in a
row. Detroit QB Shaun Hill went down in the first half with a broken left arm.
PHILADELPHIA 31, Atlanta 17 - Kevin Kolb threw for 326 yards and a career-
high three TDs for the Eagles, who have won four of their last five games and
notched their first home victory in three tries.
PITTSBURGH 28, Cleveland 10 - Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for 257 yards and three TDs in his return from a four-game suspension, while Colt McCoy threw for 281 yards and one TD in his NFL start for the Browns.
ST. LOUIS 20, San Diego 17 - Steven Jackson rushed for 109 yards and a TD,  while the Rams' defense combined for seven sacks. San Diego lost in back-to-back weeks for the first time since a three-game slide in 2008.
New Orleans 31, TAMPA BAY 6 - Drew Brees threw for 263 yards and three TDs  for the Saints, while rookie RB Chris Ivory ran for a career-high 158 yards. Robert Meachem and Lance Moore each had a touchdown reception.
N.Y. Jets 24, DENVER 20 - LaDainian Tomlinson scored two TDs, including the go-ahead score with 1:13 to go as the Jets have won five straight since opening the season with a home loss to Baltimore.
SAN FRANCISCO 17, Oakland 9 - Alex Smith overcame a sluggish start to throw for 196 yards and two second-half TDs, and Frank Gore ran for 149 yards, as the 49ers won for to avoid their first 0-6 start since 1979.
MINNESOTA 24, Dallas 21 - Ryan Longwell's 38-yard field goal with 4:03 to play proved to be the difference, as the Vikings scored on special teams and two short fields to squeak out the victory.
Indianapolis 27, WASHINGTON 24 - Peyton Manning threw for two scores as the Colts have won their past two. Skins QB Donovan McNabb threw for 246 yards, one TDs and two interceptions and Ryan Torain ran for 100 yards.
MONDAY OCTOBER 18
Tennessee 30, JACKSONVILLE 3 - Bo Scaife and Kenny Britt each caught a TD pass for the Titans in a game that saw both starting quarterbacks leave due to injury.  Chris Johnson ran for 111 yards and a score for Tennessee.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   4  2 0 153 120 NY Jets        5  1 0 159 101
NY Giants      4  2 0 134 118 New England    4  1 0 154 116
Washington     3  3 0 113 119 Miami          3  2 0  89 112
Dallas         1  4 0 102 111 Buffalo        0  5 0  87 161
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        4  2 0 112  97 Pittsburgh     4  1 0 114  60
GREEN BAY      3  3 0 139 112 Baltimore      4  2 0 112  95
Minnesota      2  3 0  87  88 Cincinnati     2  3 0 100 102
Detroit        1  5 0 146 140 Cleveland      1  5 0  88 125
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        4  2 0 130 101 Houston        4  2 0 153 167
New Orleans    4  2 0 130 108 Tennessee      4  2 0 162  98
Tampa Bay      3  2 0  80 111 Indianapolis   4  2 0 163 125
Carolina       0  5 0  52 110 Jacksonville   3  3 0 103 164
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Arizona        3  2 0  88 138 Kansas City    3  2 0 108  92
Seattle        3  2 0  98  97 San Diego      2  4 0 157 126
St. Louis      3  3 0 103 113 Denver         2  4 0 121 133
San Francisco  1  5 0  93 139 Oakland        2  4 0 120 151
WEEK SEVEN (Byes: Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, N.Y. Jets)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
ATLANTA 39, Cincinnati 32 - Matt Ryan threw for 299 yards and three TDs and Roddy White caught 11 balls for 201 yards and two TDs for Atlanta. The Bengals scored 29 points in the second half, but fell short in their rally.
BALTIMORE 37, Buffalo 34 (OT) - Billy Cundiff's 38-yard field goal with just over four minutes played in OT capped a rally as Baltimore recovered from a 14-point first-half deficit to defeat Buffalo, who are the only winless team.
CAROLINA 23, San Francisco 20 - David Gettis hauled in a TD pass with 1:53 left before John Kasay kicked a 37-yard FG with 39 seconds on the clock, lifting the Panthers to their first win of the season.
Washington 17, CHICAGO 14 - DeAngelo Hall had four interceptions, including one that he returned 92 yards for what proved to be the game-winning TD to lead the Redskins, who have won three of their last four.
KANSAS CITY 42, Jacksonville 20 - Thomas Jones rushed for 125 yards and a TD as the Chiefs snapped a two-game skid. Todd Bouman, in his first start since Jan 2006, was solid for the Jaguars with 222 yards and two TDs.
Pittsburgh 23, MIAMI 22 - Jeff Reed converted an 18-yard FG with 2:26 to go to lift the Steelers. Reed's go-ahead kick followed a complicated ruling on a Ben Roethlisberger fumble that enabled the Steelers to retain possession.
Cleveland 30, NEW ORLEANS 17 - David Bowens returned two interceptions for TDs and Phil Dawson kicked three FGs to lead Cleveland, as Peyton Hillis ran for 69 yards and a TD for the Browns, who ended a two-game skid.
TAMPA BAY 18, St. Louis 17 - Josh Freeman hit Carnell Williams with a 1-yard TD pass with 10 seconds left, as the Buccaneers came back to shock the Rams. The Buccaneers have won two of three since their bye week.
TENNESSEE 37, Philadelphia 19 - Kenny Britt's career day of 225 yards and three TDs on seven receptions helped the Titans, winners of three straight overall and 12 in a row against the NFC.
SEATTLE 22, Arizona 10 - Olindo Mare kicked five FGs and Mike Williams continued his career revitalization with a TD catch in Seattle's win over Arizona in a battle for the top spot in the NFC West.
New England 23, SAN DIEGO 20 - Stephen Gostkowski booted three FGs and Kris Brown missed a potential game-tying 50-yard field goal late as New England nearly wasted a 17-point fourth-quarter lead but held on.
Oakland 59, DENVER 14 - Darren McFadden ran for three TDs and caught another, as the Raiders put up the most points in franchise history. Oakland  has won three straight in Denver for the first time since 1974-77.
GREEN BAY 28, Minnesota 24
MONDAY OCTOBER 25
N.Y. Giants 41, DALLAS 35 - Giants QB Eli Manning had two early interceptions, but when on to throw for 306 yards and four TDs. Dallas, lost quarterback Tony Romo to a broken left collarbone in the second quarter.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  2 0 175 153 NY Jets        5  1 0 159 101
Philadelphia   4  3 0 172 157 New England    5  1 0 177 136
Washington     4  3 0 130 133 Miami          3  3 0 111 135
Dallas         1  5 0 137 152 Buffalo        0  6 0 121 198
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        4  3 0 126 114 Pittsburgh     5  1 0 137  82
GREEN BAY      4  3 0 167 136 Baltimore      5  2 0 149 129
Minnesota      2  4 0 111 116 Cincinnati     2  4 0 132 141
Detroit        1  5 0 146 140 Cleveland      2  5 0 118 142
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        5  2 0 169 133 Tennessee      5  2 0 199 117
Tampa Bay      4  2 0  98 128 Houston        4  2 0 153 167
New Orleans    4  3 0 147 138 Indianapolis   4  2 0 163 125
Carolina       1  5 0  75 130 Jacksonville   3  4 0 123 206
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  2 0 120 107 Kansas City    4  2 0 140 112
Arizona        3  3 0  98 160 Oakland        3  4 0 179 165
St. Louis      3  4 0 120 131 Denver         2  5 0 135 192
San Francisco  1  6 0 113 162 San Diego      2  5 0 177 149
WEEK EIGHT (Byes: Atl, Balt, Chi, Cleve, NY Giants, Phil)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
Green Bay 9, NY JETS 0
San Francisco 24, Denver 16 - Frank Gore ran for 118 yards and a TD, and the 49ers scored 21 consecutive points in the fourth in the NFL's international game at Wembley Stadium.
Miami 22, CINCINNATI 14- Dan Carpenter kicked five FGs and Ricky Williams added a fourth-quarter touchdown, while Chad Henne completed 24-of-37 tosses for 217 yards for the Dolphins, who have yet to lose on the road.
Jacksonville 35, DALLAS 17 - David Garrard returned to the lineup to throw for 260 yards and a career-high four TDs to lead Jacksonville, while Dallas is off to its worst start since dropping their first eight games in 1989.
DETROIT 37, Washington 25 - Making his first start since suffering a
shoulder separation in the opener, Matthew Stafford threw for four TDs for Detroit, which has won two of three after starting with four straight losses.
KANSAS CITY 13, Buffalo 10 (OT) - Ryan Succop hit a 35-yard FG as time expired in overtime. Jamal Charles ran for 177 yards and caught four passes for 61 yards to lead Kansas City, which has won its past two games.
ST. LOUIS 20, Carolina 10 - Rams QB Sam Bradford threw for 191 yards and two TDs, and the defense forced four turnovers. Danny Amendola and Daniel Fells each had a TD catch for St. Louis, which has won four straight at home.
SAN DIEGO 33, Tennessee 25 - Philip Rivers threw for 305 yards and two TDS, and San Diego held off a late Tennessee drive to record the win. The Chargers had lost their previous three games by a combined 14 points.
NEW ENGLAND 28, Minnesota 18 - BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 112 yards and two TDs, and the Patriots knocked out Brett Favre. He was able to start the 292nd straight game despite two broken bones in his left ankle.
OAKLAND 33, Seattle 3 - Jason Campbell threw for 310 yards and two TDs
and Sebastian Janikowski hit on 4-of-5 field goals as the Raiders rolled.
Darren McFadden ran for 111 yards on 21 carries .
Tampa Bay 38, ARIZONA 35 - Josh Freeman completed 18-of-25 passes for 278 yards and a TD and led his sixth fourth-quarter comeback to lead Tampa Bay, while LeGarrette Blount ran for a career-best 120 yards and two scores.
NEW ORLEANS 20, Pittsburgh 10 - Drew Brees threw a pair of TD passes in the fourth quarter, including an eight-yard score to Lance Moore with 2:37 to go, as the Saints won in a clash between the past two Super Bowl winners.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 1
INDIANAPOLIS 30, Houston 17 - Peyton Manning threw a pair of TD passes and Adam Vinatieri made three FGs, as the Colts continued their home  dominance over the Texans. The Colts are 9-0 at home against Houston.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      5  2 0 175 153 New England    6  1 0 205 154
Philadelphia   4  3 0 172 157 NY Jets        5  2 0 159 110
Washington     4  4 0 155 170 Miami          4  3 0 133 149
Dallas         1  6 0 154 187 Buffalo        0  7 0 131 211
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      5  3 0 176 136 Pittsburgh     5  2 0 147 102
Chicago        4  3 0 126 114 Baltimore      5  2 0 149 129
Minnesota      2  5 0 129 144 Cincinnati     2  5 0 146 163
Detroit        2  5 0 183 165 Cleveland      2  5 0 118 142
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        5  2 0 169 133 Indianpolis    5  2 0 193 142
Tampa Bay      5  2 0 136 163 Tennessee      5  3 0 224 150
New Orleans    5  3 0 167 148 Houston        4  3 0 170 197
Carolina       1  6 0  85 150 Jacksonville   4  4 0 158 223
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  3 0 123 140 Kansas City    5  2 0 153 122
St. Louis      4  4 0 140 141 Oakland        4  4 0 212 168
Arizona        3  4 0 133 198 San Diego      3  5 0 210 174
San Francisco  2  6 0 137 178 Denver         2  6 0 151 216
WEEK NINE (Byes: Denver, Jacksonville, St. L, San Fran, Tenn, Wash.)
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
ATLANTA 27, Tampa Bay 21 - Michael Turner ran for two first-half TDs and Atlanta made a late defensive stand to claim sole possession of first place in the NFC South. QB Matt Ryan won his 13th straight at the Georgia Dome.
BALTIMORE 26, Miami 10 - Joe Flacco threw for 266 yards and two TDs, while Ray Rice caught seven passes for 97 yards and added 83 yards on 22 carries for the Ravens, who extended their home winning streak to seven.
Chicago 22, Buffalo 19 - Earl Bennett caught a two-yard TD pass midway through the fourth to lift the Bears over the winless Buffalo Bills at Toronto's Rogers Centre. Buffalo is off to their worst start since starting 1984 0-11.
New Orleans 34, CAROLINA 3 - Drew Brees threw two TD passes, as the reigning champs rolled. Jimmy Graham caught a a 19-yard pass for his first career score and Jabari Greer had a 24-yard interception return for a TD.
CLEVELAND 34, New England 14 - Colt McCoy threw for 174 yards and also turned in a rushing score, while Peyton Hillis ran for a career-best 184 yards and two TDs for the Browns, who have won two in a row.
N.Y. Jets 23, DETROIT 20 (OT) - Nick Folk kicked a 36-yard FG on the final play of the fourth and won it with a 30-yard boot in overtime, as the Jets scored the final 13 points to pull off a stunning victory at Ford Field.
San Diego 29, HOUSTON 23 - Philip Rivers threw four TD passes, including a go-ahead TD to Seyi Ajirotutu with 5:17 left, as the Chargers secured their first road win of the season and have won all four games against Houston.
MINNESOTA 27, Arizona 24 (OT) - The Vikings scored two TDs in the final 3:34 of regulation to force OT, and Ryan Longwell booted a 35-yarder to give Minnesota the win, while Brett Favre threw for a career-high 446 yards.
N.Y. Giants 41, SEATTLE 7 - Eli Manning threw three TDs and Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for two scores, as the Giants rang up 487 yards while only allowing 162 en route to their fifth straight win and first in Seattle since 1981.
PHILADELPHIA 26, Indianapolis 24 - Michael Vick ran for a TD early in the fourth and Asante Samuel sealed the win with a late interception, as the Eagles are now a perfect 12-0 under coach Andy Reid following the bye.
OAKLAND 23, Kansas City 20 (OT) - Sebastian Janikowski hit a 33-yard FG less than three minutes into overtime as the Raiders had their first three-game winning streak for the club since 2002.
GREEN BAY 45, Dallas 7
MONDAY NOVEMBER 8
Pittsburgh 27, CINCINNATI 21 - Cedric Benson ran for a TD with 9:05 left to get the Bengals within six. Carson Palmer Palmer led Cincinnati to the Steeler 12 in the final minute, but the Bengals turned the ball over on downs.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      6  2 0 216 160 New England    6  2 0 219 188
Philadelphia   5  3 0 198 181 NY Jets        6  2 0 182 130
Washington     4  4 0 155 170 Miami          4  4 0 143 175
Dallas         1  7 0 161 232 Buffalo        0  8 0 150 233
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      6  3 0 221 143 Baltimore      6  2 0 175 139
Chicago        5  3 0 148 133 Pittsburgh     6  2 0 174 123
Minnesota      3  5 0 156 168 Cleveland      3  5 0 152 156
Detroit        2  6 0 203 188 Cincinnati     2  6 0 167 190
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        6  2 0 196 154 Indianpolis    5  3 0 217 168
New Orleans    6  3 0 201 151 Tennessee      5  3 0 224 150
Tampa Bay      5  3 0 157 190 Houston        4  4 0 193 226
Carolina       1  7 0  88 184 Jacksonville   4  4 0 158 223
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        4  4 0 130 181 Kansas City    5  3 0 173 145
St. Louis      4  4 0 140 141 Oakland        5  4 0 235 188
Arizona        3  5 0 157 225 San Diego      4  5 0 239 197
San Francisco  2  6 0 137 178 Denver         2  6 0 151 216
WEEK TEN (Byes: Green Bay, New Orleans, Oakland, San Diego)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11
ATLANTA 26, Baltimore 21 - Matt Ryan's TD pass to Roddy White with 20 seconds left ended a last-minute drive, lifting the Falcons to their third win in a row. Ryan finished 32-of-50 for 316 yards and three scores.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14
BUFFALO 14, Detroit 12 - Fred Jackson ran for 133 yards with a score and also caught a pass for a TD, as Buffalo won for the first time. Detroit broke its own mark of 24 straight road losses, set from 2001-03.
CHICAGO 27, Minnesota 13 - Jay Cutler threw three TDs to lead the Bears.. Brett Favre threw for just 170 yards with three interceptions and a lost fumble for the Vikings, who have lost eight straight regular season road contests.
N.Y. Jets 26, CLEVELAND 20 (OT) - Jets QB Mark Sanchez hit Santonio Holmes for a 37- yard TD in the waning seconds of overtime. The contest appeared to be headed for the first tie in two years.
INDIANAPOLIS 23, Cincinnati 17 - Peyton Manning threw for 185 yards, and the Colts defense produced five turnovers. Adam Vinatieri kicked three FGs for Indianapolis, which turned three of its forced turnovers into 17 points.
JACKSONVILLE 31, Houston 24 - Mike Thomas caught a deflected ball on a Hail Mary pass from David Garrard on the final play of the game to give Jacksonville its second straight victory.
MIAMI 29, Tennessee 17 - Chad Henne and Tyler Thigpen each a threw a TD pass after new Miami starting QB Chad Pennington left the game early, as the Dolphins notched their first home win of the season.
TAMPA BAY 31, Carolina 16 - Josh Freeman threw two TD passes and rookie LeGarrette Blount added a rushing TD for the Bucs, who rebounded from last week's loss to win for the third time in their last four games.
DENVER 49, Kansas City 29 - Kyle Orton threw for a career-high four TDs and 296 yards as Denver cruised. Tim Tebow threw his first career TD pass and ran one in for Denver, which broke a four-game skid.
Dallas 33, NY GIANTS 20 - Jon Kitna threw three TD passes as the Cowboys won at a malfunctioning New Meadowlands Stadium. Dallas had replaced Wade Phillips with Jason Garrett as head coach earlier in the week.
Seattle 36, ARIZONA 18 - Olindo Mare matched his own franchise record with five FGs and Matt Hasselbeck threw for 333 yards for Seattle, which ended a two-game slide during which they were outscored 74-10.
SAN FRANCISCO 23, St. Louis 20 (OT) - Joe Nedney hit a 29-yard FG with 9:39 left in OT and Troy Smith threw for a career-high 356 yards and a TD for the 49ers, which has won the last five meetings in this NFC West rivalry.
New England 39, PITTSBURGH 26 - Tom Brady threw for a season-high 350 yards with three TDs to Rob Gronkowski, as the Patriots kept pace with the  Jets. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger passed for a season-high 387 yards.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 15
Philadelphia 59, WASHINGTON 28 - Michael Vick threw for 333 yards and four TDs and ran for two more scores to lead a record-breaking performance in Philadelphia's destruction of Washington in the rain at FedEx Field.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
NY Giants      6  3 0 236 193 New England    7  2 0 258 214
Philadelphia   6  3 0 257 209 NY Jets        7  2 0 208 150
Washington     4  5 0 183 229 Miami          5  4 0 172 192
Dallas         2  7 0 194 252 Buffalo        1  8 0 164 245
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      6  3 0 221 143 Pittsburgh     6  3 0 200 123
Chicago        6  3 0 175 146 Baltimore      6  3 0 173 165
Minnesota      3  6 0 169 195 Cleveland      3  6 0 172 182
Detroit        2  7 0 215 202 Cincinnati     2  7 0 184 213
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        7  2 0 222 175 Indianpolis    6  3 0 240 185
New Orleans    6  3 0 201 151 Tennessee      5  4 0 241 179
Tampa Bay      6  3 0 188 206 Jacksonville   5  4 0 189 247
Carolina       1  8 0 104 215 Houston        4  5 0 217 257
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        5  4 0 166 199 Kansas City    5  4 0 202 194
St. Louis      4  5 0 160 164 Oakland        5  4 0 235 188
Arizona        3  6 0 175 261 San Diego      4  5 0 239 197
San Francisco  3  6 0 160 198 Denver         3  6 0 200 245
WEEK ELEVEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18
Chicago 16, MIAMI 0 - Matt Forte rushed for 97 yards and a TD while Robbie Gould kicked three FGs, as the Bears recorded the 700th victory in franchise annals, which stands as the highest total in NFL history.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21
Green Bay 31, MINNESOTA 3
Baltimore 37, CAROLINA 13 - Joe Flacco threw for 301 yards and one TD, and Billy Cundiff made three FGs as Baltimore used a late surge of defense to win over Carolina and QB Brian St. Pierre, making his first career start.
Buffalo 49, CINCINNATI 31 - Steve Johnson caught three TDs as Buffalo dominated in the second half after trailing 31-14. Ryan Fitzpatrick was 21-for-34 with 316 yards and four TDs, while Fred Jackson scored twice via the run.
DALLAS 35, Detroit 19 - Bryan McCann's 97-yard punt return for a TD in the third ignited Dallas to a come-from-behind victory, while the Lions dropped their third in a row and extended their NFL record for road losses to 26.
JACKSONVILLE 24, Cleveland 20 - David Garrard threw for 254 yards and two TDs and overcame three interception to lead Jacksonville. Maurice Jones-Drew scored the go-ahead TD with 1:16 remaining.
KANSAS CITY 31, Arizona 13 - Thomas Jones and Dwayne Bowe each scored twice as the Chiefs snapped a two-game slide. Tim Hightower rushed for 62 yards for the Cardinals, who have dropped their last five.
NY JETS 30, Houston 27 - Santonio Holmes caught a six-yard TD pass with 10 seconds left as the Jets won, despite blowing a 16-point lead. With no timeouts and 49 seconds to go, the Jets took over at their own 28-yard line.
PITTSBURGH 35, Oakland 3 - en Roethlisberger threw for 275 yards and three TDs, and the Pittsburgh defense, after giving up 453 yards to the Patriots last week, allowed the Raiders just 182 total yards of offense.
Washington 19, TENNESSEE 16 (OT) - Graham Gano kicked a 48-yard FG  with 8:17 left in OT. Gano, who missed a 47-yarder at the end of regulation, got another chance after the Titans failed on their first offensive try.
NEW ORLEANS 34, Seattle 19 - Saints QB Drew Brees threw for a season-high 382 yards and four TDs. Marques Colston and Robert Meachem each caught a pair of touchdown passes in the win.
Atlanta 34, ST. LOUIS 17 - Matt Ryan passed for 253 yards and two TDs, and Atlanta rallied in a game that was closer than the final score. Michael Turner rushed for 131 yards for the Falcons, who tallied the final 18 points.
Tampa Bay 21, SAN FRANCISCO 0 - Bucs QB Josh Freeman threw for 136 yards on 13- of-20 passing with two TDs and Cadillac Williams ran for a score to lead the Buccaneers, who have won four of five on the road.
NEW ENGLAND 31, Indianapolis 28 - Peyton Manning and the Colts were in Patriots territory in the final minute, threatening to pull out another comeback, but James Sanders pulled down Manning's third interception of the game.
PHILADELPHIA 27, N.Y. Giants 17 - LeSean McCoy rumbled 50 yards for the go-ahead TD late in the fourth, and David Akers' fourth FG following an Eli Manning fumble helped the Eagles take control of the NFC East.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 22
SAN DIEGO 35, Denver 14 - Philip Rivers tossed four TDs, while Mike Tolbert ran for 111 yards and a TD for the Chargers, who moved back to .500 with a three-game winning streak. Denver has now dropped five of their last six.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   7  3 0 284 226 New England    8  2 0 289 242
NY Giants      6  4 0 253 220 NY Jets        8  2 0 238 177
Washington     5  5 0 202 245 Miami          5  5 0 172 208
Dallas         3  7 0 229 271 Buffalo        2  8 0 213 276
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
GREEN BAY      7  3 0 252 146 Pittsburgh     7  3 0 235 126
Chicago        7  3 0 191 146 Baltimore      7  3 0 210 178
Minnesota      3  7 0 172 226 Cleveland      3  7 0 192 206
Detroit        2  8 0 234 237 Cincinnati     2  8 0 215 262
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        8  2 0 256 192 Indianpolis    6  4 0 268 216
New Orleans    7  3 0 235 170 Jacksonville   6  4 0 213 267
Tampa Bay      7  3 0 209 206 Tennessee      5  5 0 257 198
Carolina       1  9 0 117 252 Houston        4  6 0 244 287
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        5  5 0 185 233 Kansas City    6  4 0 233 207
St. Louis      4  6 0 177 198 Oakland        5  5 0 238 223
Arizona        3  7 0 188 292 San Diego      5  5 0 274 211
San Francisco  3  7 0 160 219 Denver         3  7 0 214 280
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
New England 45, DETROIT 24 - Deion Branch and Wes Welker each caught a pair of TD passes from Tom Brady, who recorded a perfect QB rating, as the Patriots handed the Lions their seventh straight loss on Thanksgiving.
New Orleans 30, DALLAS 27 - Drew Brees' 12-yard TD pass to Lance Moore following a Roy Williams fumble late in the fourth quarter lifted the Saints to a fourth consecutive win, despite blowing a 17-0 lead in the first quarter.
NY JETS 26, Cincinnati 10 - Brad Smith scored on a 53-yard run and an 89-yard kickoff return, providing the spark for the Jets, who have won four in a row and kept pace with New England for first place in the AFC East.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28
ATLANTA 20, Green Bay 17
Pittsburgh 19, BUFFALO 16 (OT) - Shaun Suisham's fourth FG of the game, a 41-yarder with 2:14 left in OT, won the game for Pittsburgh, while RB Rashard Mendenhall racked up 151 yards and a touchdown on 36 carries.
CLEVELAND 24, Carolina 23 - Phil Dawson's 41-yard FG late in the fourth, coupled with John Kasay's miss of a 42-yard effort as time expired, helped the Browns win, as did RB Peyton Hillis' 131 yards and three scores.
HOUSTON 20, Tennessee 0 - Matt Schaub threw two second-quarter TD passes, as the Texans snapped a four-game skid. Titans QB Rusty Smith made his first NFL start, but was picked off three times by Glover Quin.
NY GIANTS 24, Jacksonville 20 - Eli Manning threw a 32-yard TD pass to Kevin Boss for the go-ahead score late in the fourth quarter and the Giants defense produced three straight sacks to stymie Jacksonville's final drive.
Minnesota 17, WASHINGTON 13 - Rookie Toby Gerhart and Adrian Peterson each scored a TD on the ground, as the Vikings won in Leslie Frazier's debut as head coach and ended an eight-game road losing streak for Minnesota.
Kansas City 42, SEATTLE 24 - Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe caught 13 passes
for 170 yards and three TDs and broke the franchise record for most TD receptions in a season, held by Chris Burford (12 in 1962).
Miami 33, OAKLAND 17 - Chad Henne returned to his starting role and had two TD passes for the Dolphins. He finished 17-for-30 with 307 yards and an interception for Miami, which has won five of six on the road this season.
St. Louis 36, DENVER 33 - Sam Bradford threw for a career-high 308 yards and three TDs as St. Louis nearly wasted a 20-point lead, a day after Denver coach Josh McDaniels and the club were fined for illegal videotaping.
CHICAGO 31, Philadelphia 26 - Jay Cutler matched a career-high with four TD passes to lead Chicago. Cutler connected on 14-of-21 throws for 247 yards as the Bears put together their highest scoring game of the season.
BALTIMORE 17, Tampa Bay 10 - Joe Flacco threw for 289 yards and a pair of TDs, as the Ravens kept pace atop the AFC North with the Steelers. The Bucs are 7-0 against teams under .500 and 0-4 against teams over .500.
San Diego 36, INDIANAPOLIS 14 - The San Diego defense intercepted Peyton Manning four times, returning two picks for TDs, to win for the fifth time in their last six meetings with Indianapolis.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 29
San Francisco 27, ARIZONA 6 - Brian Westbrook had his first big game in a 49ers uniform, rushing for 136 yards and a TD in place of Frank Gore who was lost for the season with a fractured right hip.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   7  4 0 310 257 New England    9  2 0 334 266
NY Giants      7  4 0 277 240 NY Jets        9  2 0 264 187
Washington     5  6 0 215 262 Miami          6  5 0 205 225
Dallas         3  8 0 256 301 Buffalo        2  9 0 229 295
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        8  3 0 222 172 Pittsburgh     8  3 0 254 142
GREEN BAY      7  4 0 269 166 Baltimore      8  3 0 227 188
Minnesota      4  7 0 189 239 Cleveland      4  7 0 216 229
Detroit        2  9 0 258 282 Cincinnati     2  9 0 225 288
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta        9  2 0 276 209 Indianpolis    6  5 0 282 252
New Orleans    8  3 0 265 197 Jacksonville   6  5 0 233 291
Tampa Bay      7  4 0 219 223 Tennessee      5  6 0 257 218
Carolina       1 10 0 140 276 Houston        5  6 0 264 287
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        5  6 0 209 275 Kansas City    7  4 0 275 231
St. Louis      5  6 0 213 231 San Diego      6  5 0 310 225
San Francisco  4  7 0 187 225 Oakland        5  6 0 255 256
Arizona        3  8 0 194 319 Denver         3  8 0 247 316
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 2
PHILADELPHIA 34, Houston 24 - Michael Vick rushed for a go-ahead score early in the fourth as the Eagles pulled out a victory after the Texans erased a 10- point halftime deficit and led 24-20 heading to the fourth,
SUNDAY DECEMBER 5
GREEN BAY 34, San Francisco 16
New Orleans 34, CINCINNATI 30 - Drew Brees' game-winning TD pass to Marques Colston with 31 seconds gave the Saints their fifth straight win and the Bengals their ninth straight loss. Brees threw for 313 yards and two TDs.
Chicago 24, DETROIT 20 - Brandon Manumaleuna caught the game-winning TD in the fourth quarter as the Bears rallied. Matt Forte and Chester Taylor each ran for a score for the Bears, who have taken five straight.
KANSAS CITY 10, Denver 6 - Matt Cassel's TD pass to Leonard Pope in the late in the first quarter proved to be the game's only TD. Denver QB Kyle Orton completed 9-of-28 throws for a season-low 117 yards.
Cleveland 13, MIAMI 10 - Phil Dawson kicked the game-winning FG with time running out, following a late interception of Chad Henne, to lift the Browns to their second consecutive win. The Dolphins fell to 1-5 at home.
MINNESOTA 38, Buffalo 14 - Tarvaris Jackson took over for an injured Brett Favre early in the first quarter and threw for 187 yards and two TDs, while Adrian Peterson rushed for 107 yards and three touchdowns for the Vikings.
NY GIANTS 31, Washington 7 - Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for 97 yards and two TDs to become a 1,000-yard rusher for the first time and the Giants took advantage of six turnovers and four sacks to stay in a tie for first.
Jacksonville 17, TENNESSEE 6 - Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 186 yards on 31 carries, while David Garrard and Rashad Jennings added scores on the ground as Jacksonville rose atop the AFC South by one game.
Atlanta 28, TAMPA BAY 24 - Matt Ryan threw a nine-yard TD pass to Michael Jenkins with 4:31 remaining, as Atlanta rallied. Ryan was 18-of-36 for 205 yards with two TDs. He also overcame two interceptions that led to scores.
Oakland 28, SAN DIEGO 13 - Jason Campbell threw for a TD and ran one in as the Raiders moved into a second-place tie with the Chargers. Raiader RB Darren McFadden scored on the ground and totaled 97 yards on 19 carries.
St. Louis 19, ARIZONA 6 - Steven Jackson rushed for 102 yards and a TD and Josh Brown went 4-for-4 on FGs for the Rams, who have won two straight, while the Cardinals have dropped seven straight.
Dallas 38, INDIANAPOLIS 35 (OT) - David Buehler's 38-yard FG with under eight minutes left in overtime sent Dallas to 3-1 under interim head coach Jason Garrett. Dallas also returned a pair of Payton Manning throws for TDs.
SEATTLE 31, Carolina 14 - Marshawn Lynch scored a career-high three TDs, including two during a 21-point third quarter, as the Seahawks erased a double-digit deficit, while the Panthers suffered their sixth straight loss.
Pittsburgh 13, BALTIMORE 10 - Troy Polamalu sacked Joe Flacco late in the fourth, causing a fumble that Pittsburgh recovered inside the 10-yard line. Isaac Redman's 9-yard TD catch with three minutes left gave them the win.
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
NEW ENGLAND 45, NY Jets 3 - The Patriots outgained their rivals, 405-301, as Tom Brady sliced up the Jets' secondary for 326 yards and four TDs and became the first starting QB to win 26 straight regular season home games.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   8  4 0 344 281 New England   10  2 0 379 269
NY Giants      8  4 0 308 247 NY Jets        9  3 0 267 232
Washington     5  7 0 222 293 Miami          6  6 0 215 238
Dallas         4  8 0 294 336 Buffalo        2 10 0 243 333
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        9  3 0 246 192 Pittsburgh     9  3 0 267 152
GREEN BAY      8  4 0 303 182 Baltimore      8  4 0 237 201
Minnesota      5  7 0 227 253 Cleveland      5  7 0 229 239
Detroit        2 10 0 278 306 Cincinnati     2 10 0 255 322
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta       10  2 0 304 233 Jacksonville   7  5 0 250 297
New Orleans    9  3 0 299 227 Indianpolis    6  6 0 317 290
Tampa Bay      7  5 0 243 251 Tennessee      5  7 0 263 235
Carolina       1 11 0 154 307 Houston        5  7 0 288 321
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        6  6 0 240 289 Kansas City    8  4 0 285 237
St. Louis      6  6 0 232 237 San Diego      6  6 0 323 253
San Francisco  4  8 0 203 259 Oakland        6  6 0 283 269
Arizona        3  9 0 200 338 Denver         3  9 0 253 326
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 9
Indianapolis 30, TENNESSEE 28 - Peyton Manning passed for 319 yards and two TDs without an interception, and the Colts snapped a three-game losing streak, while the Titans lost their sixth straight.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
DETROIT 7, Green Bay 3
BUFFALO 13, Cleveland 6 - Ryan Fitzpatrick passed for the only TD of the game in the first half to help the Bills snap a two-game skid. Cleveland's Peyton Hillis ran for 108 yards, but fumbled the ball three times, losing one.
PITTSBURGH 23, Cincinnati 7 - Troy Polamalu and LaMarr Woodley returned Carson Palmer interceptions for TDs to carry the Steelers to a fourth straight win, while Cincinnati has now lost 10 straight, its longest skid since 1993.
JACKSONVILLE 38, Oakland 31 - Maurice Jones-Drew ran for a 30-yard TD late in the fourth quarter for Jacksonville, which has won five of its last six.David Garrard threw for 159 yards on 11-of-22 completions with three TDs.
Tampa Bay 17, WASHINGTON 16 - Josh Freeman threw the go-ahead TD in the fourth, while Donovan McNabb hit Santana Moss for a six-yard TD pass with 13 seconds left, but the Skins botched the snap on the extra point.
Atlanta 31, CAROLINA 10 - Michael Turner ran for three TDs and Matt Ryan completed 20-of-34 passes for 227 yards with one TD for Atlanta's seventh straight win. Carolina rookie QB Jimmy Clausen passed for 107 yards.
NEW ORLEANS 31, St. Louis 13 - Marques Colston caught two TD passes and Malcolm Jenkins returned one of his two interceptions for a score, as the Saints extended their winning streak to six.
SAN FRANCISCO 40, Seattle 21 - Alex Smith threw for three TDs and Jeff Reed was 4-for-4 on FGs for the 49ers. Matt Hasselbeck's four interceptions were the deciding factor for Seattle, which has lost three of the last four.
New England 36, CHICAGO 7 - Tom Brady passed for 369 yards and two TDs, finding little trouble in a steady snowfall, and New England scored the first 36 points of the game and became the first team to make the playoffs.
ARIZONA 43, Denver 13 - K Jay Feely made up 25 of Arizona's points, with five FGs and running for his first career TD run as the Cards snapped a seven-game skid and ruined Broncos interim coach Eric Studesville's debut.
Miami 10, NY JETS 6 - Chad Henne found Brandon Marshall for the game's onlyTD in the first quarter, as the Dolphins won in the rain. The Dolphins were out-gained in yards, 286-131, but won their third straight road win.
SAN DIEGO 31, Kansas City 0 - Phillip Rivers passed for 226 yards and two TDs as the Chargers won for the fifth time in the last six games. Brodie Croyle started in place of Matt Cassel and fell to 0-10 as a starter.
Philadelphia 30, DALLAS 27 - Michael Vick orchestrated his second straight fourth-quarter comeback, throwing a 91- yard go-ahead TD pass to DeSean Jackson, the longest play from scrimmage in the NFL this season.
MONDAY DECEMBER 13
Baltimore 34, HOUSTON 28 (OT) - Josh Wilson picked off Matt Schaub and scored in OT as Baltimore spoiled Houston's comeback. Houston had tied the game with 21 seconds that capped a 21-point second half comeback.
N.Y. Giants 21, Minnesota 3 (at Detroit) - The Giants won easily in a game postponed and relocated when snow collaped the Metrodome roof. It was also the end of Brett Favre's streak of 297 consecutive regular-season starts.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia   9  4 0 374 308 X-New England 11  2 0 415 276
NY Giants      9  4 0 329 250 NY Jets        9  4 0 273 242
Washington     5  8 0 238 310 Miami          7  6 0 225 244
Dallas         4  9 0 321 366 Buffalo        3 10 0 256 339
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Chicago        9  4 0 253 228 Pittsburgh    10  3 0 290 159
GREEN BAY      8  5 0 306 189 Baltimore      9  4 0 271 229
Minnesota      5  8 0 230 274 Cleveland      5  8 0 235 252
Detroit        3 10 0 285 309 Cincinnati     2 11 0 262 345
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
Atlanta       11  2 0 335 243 Jacksonville   8  5 0 288 328
New Orleans   10  3 0 330 240 Indianpolis    7  6 0 347 318
Tampa Bay      8  5 0 260 267 Houston        5  8 0 316 355
Carolina       1 12 0 164 338 Tennessee      5  8 0 291 265
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        6  7 0 261 329 Kansas City    8  5 0 285 268
St. Louis      6  7 0 245 268 San Diego      7  6 0 354 253
San Francisco  5  8 0 243 280 Oakland        6  7 0 314 307
Arizona        4  9 0 243 351 Denver         3 10 0 266 369
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 16
SAN DIEGO 34, San Francisco 7 - Philip Rivers threw three TD passes to Vincent Jackson, and the Chargers earned their sixth win in seven games. Rivers was 19-of-25 for 273 yards, connecting with Jackson for 112 of them.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
BALTIMORE 30, New Orleans 24 - Billy Cundiff's go-ahead fourth-quarter FG and a late interception by Cory Redding helped Baltimore to the win, while
Ray Rice ran for 153 yards and a TD , and had caught a TD pass.
CAROLINA 19, Arizona 12 - Jimmy Clausen won his first game and John Kasay kicked four FGs as the Panthers snapped a seven-game losing streak. Jonathan Stewart ran for 137 yards on 27 carries for Carolina.
CINCINNATI 19, Cleveland 17 - Cedric Benson rushed for 150 yards and one TD, as the Bengals snapped a franchise-long 10-game losing streak. Clint Stitser kicked four FGs and Andre Caldwell caught four passes for 89 yards.
DALLAS 33, Washington 30 - David Buehler's 39-yard FG in the final minute led Dallas to their fourth win in six games under head coach Jason Garrett, while Jon Kitna had two TD passes and finished the game with 305 yards.
INDIANAPOLIS 34, Jacksonville 24 - Donald Brown rushed for 129 yards and a TD as the Colts showed why the AFC South still goes through Indianapolis. Peyton Manning threw for 229 yards with two TDs.
Buffalo 17, MIAMI 14 - Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two TD passes to help the Bills knock the Dolphins out of the playoff picture. Chad Henne completed 33-of-45 passes for 276 yards for the Dolphins, who fell to 1-6 at home.
Philadelphia 38, NY GIANTS 31 - DeSean Jackson's 65-yard punt return for a TD on the final play lifted Philadelphia to the win, after they trailed 31-10 with 8:17 to play. The Giants' Eli Manning threw a career-high four TD passes.
Kansas City 27, ST. LOUIS 13 - Matt Cassel passed for 184 yards and a TD in his return to the lineup to lead Kansas City, while Thomas Jones became the 25th back in NFL history to break the 10,000-yard rushing.
Detroit 23, TAMPA BAY 20 (OT) - Dave Rayner drilled a 34-yard FG with 9:51 left in overtime, and the Lions snapped their record 26-game road losing streak. Maurice Morris led the way with with 109 yards rushing and a TD
TENNESSEE 31, Houston 17 - Kerry Collins passed for 237 yards and two TDs as the Titans snapped a six-game losing streak, while Chris Johnson rushed for 130 yards. Houston's Matt Schaub was 35-of-54 for 325 yards.
Atlanta 34, SEATTLE 18 - Matt Ryan threw for 174 yards and three TDs on 20-of-35 passes as Atlanta used a third-quarter surge to rout Seattle. The Falcons clinched a playoff spot prior to the contest due to the Giants' loss.
OAKLAND 39, Denver 23 - The Raiders scored 16 points in the fourth to edge Denver, as Jason Campbell threw for 238 yards and a TD and Darren McFadden ran for 119 yards for the Raiders, who swept the season series.
N.Y. Jets 22, PITTSBURGH 17 - Mark Sanchez scrambled for a game-tying TD and the Jets scored 12 unanswered points to snap a two-game losing streak. It was the first time the Jets ever won a game in Pittsburgh.
NEW ENGLAND 31, Green Bay 27
MONDAY DECEMBER 20
Chicago 40, MINNESOTA 14 - Jay Cutler threw three TD passes as Chicago clinched the NFC North in the first Viking outdoor home game in 29 years. Chicago's Devin Hester set an NFL record for combined KO and PR TDs.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Philadelphia  10  4 0 412 339 X-New England 12  2 0 446 303
NY Giants      9  5 0 360 288 NY Jets       10  4 0 295 259
Washington     5  9 0 268 343 Miami          7  7 0 239 261
Dallas         5  9 0 354 396 Buffalo        4 10 0 273 353
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Chicago     10  4 0 293 242 X-Pittsburgh  10  4 0 307 181
GREEN BAY      8  6 0 333 220 Baltimore     10  4 0 301 253
Minnesota      5  9 0 244 314 Cleveland      5  9 0 252 271
Detroit        4 10 0 308 329 Cincinnati     3 11 0 281 362
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
X-Atlanta     12  2 0 369 261 Indianapolis   8  6 0 381 342
New Orleans   10  4 0 354 270 Jacksonville   8  6 0 312 362
Tampa Bay      8  6 0 280 290 Tennessee      6  8 0 322 282
Carolina       2 12 0 183 350 Houston        5  9 0 333 386
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Seattle        6  8 0 279 363 Kansas City    9  5 0 312 281
St. Louis      6  8 0 258 295 San Diego      8  6 0 388 260
San Francisco  5  9 0 250 314 Oakland        7  7 0 353 330
Arizona        4 10 0 255 370 Denver         3 11 0 289 408
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 23
PITTSBURGH 27, Carolina 3 - Ben Roethlisberger passed for 320 yards and a TD and rushed for another TD, while Pittsburgh held Carolina to just 7 first downs and 119 yards while picking up 22 first downs and gaining 408 yards.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 25
ARIZONA 27, Dallas 26 - Jay Feely's 48-yard FG with five seconds left lifted Arizona to the win, after Dallas overcame an 18-point deficit to lead 26-24 with 1:41 to play but David Buehler missed an XP, which was the difference.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 26
GREEN BAY 45, N.Y. Giants 17
New England 34, BUFFALO 3 - Tom Brady added to his MVP resume with three TD passes, as the Patriots locked up the AFC East crown and the top seed in the AFC. New England has won 15 straight over the Bills.
CHICAGO 38, NY Jets 34 - Jay Cutler's TD pass to Johnny Knox late in the third was the go-ahead score, and a Chris Harris interception in the final minute clinched the win. The Jets made the playoffs despite the loss.
Baltimore 20, CLEVELAND 10 - Joe Flacco threw for 102 yards and a pair of TDs as the Ravens clinched a playoff berth for the third straight season. Ray Rice finished with 92 yards rushing and Ed Reed had a pair of interceptions.
Washington 20, JACKSONVILLE 17 (OT) - Kevin Barnes' interception in OT set up Graham Gano's 31-yard game-winning FG, as the Redskins hurt the Jaguars' playoff hopes and snapped a four-game skid.
KANSAS CITY 34, Tennessee 14 - Matt Cassel threw for 314 yards and three TDs to lead Kansas City to the AFC West title. The Chiefs clinched their first playoff berth since 2006 and their first division title since 2003.
Detroit 34, MIAMI 27 - DeAndre Levy's interception return for a TD with 2:11 to play gave the Lions their third win in a row. Shaun Hill threw two TDs for the Lions, who rallied from a 10-point deficit in the final five minutes.
ST. LOUIS 25, San Francisco 17 - Sam Bradford threw for 292 yards with a TD and has the Rams on the cusp of the playoffs. Josh Brown made all three of his FG attempts, and Steven Jackson rushed for a TD.
TAMPA BAY 38, Seattle 15 - Josh Freeman threw for 237 yards and five TDs, while both Kellen Winslow and Mike Williams caught two TDs for Tampa Bay, which remains in the playoff hunt, as do the Seahawks at 6-9.
DENVER 24, Houston 23 - Tim Tebow's six-yard rushing TD with just over three minutes to go helped Denver end a five-game skid. He passed for 308 yards, the most by a rookie Denver QB since John Elway in 1983.
Indianapolis 31, OAKLAND 26 - Peyton Manning threw three TD passes, and the Colts inched closer to their second straight AFC South title. He was 16-of-30 for 179 yards for the Colts, who have won three in a row.
CINCINNATI 34, San Diego 20 - Carson Palmer threw for four TDs, including two in the fourth quarter, to help Cincinnati squash San Diego's playoff hopes. The Chargers will watch the playoffs for the first time since 2005.
MONDAY DECEMBER 27
New Orleans 17, ATLANTA 14 - Drew Brees threw a six-yard TD pass to TE Jimmy Graham with 3:24 remaining, as the defending champions secured a spot in the postseason. Brees completed 35- of-49 passes for 302 yards.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 28
Minnesota 24, PHILADELPHIA 14 - Rookie QB Joe Webb, in his first career start, threw for 195 yards and ran for a TD, as the Vikings won in the first Tuesday night game since 1946, a contest postponed two days by snow.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Z-Philadelphia10  5 0 426 363 Z-New England 13  2 0 480 306
NY Giants      9  6 0 377 333 X-NY Jets     10  5 0 329 297
Washington     6  9 0 288 360 Miami          7  8 0 266 295
Dallas         5 10 0 380 423 Buffalo        4 11 0 276 387
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Chicago     11  4 0 331 276 X-Pittsburgh  11  4 0 334 184
GREEN BAY      9  6 0 378 237 X-Baltimore   11  4 0 321 263
Minnesota      6  9 0 268 328 Cleveland      5 10 0 262 291
Detroit        5 10 0 342 356 Cincinnati     4 11 0 315 382
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
X-Atlanta     12  3 0 383 278 Indianapolis   9  6 0 412 368
X-New Orleans 11  4 0 371 284 Jacksonville   8  7 0 329 382
Tampa Bay      9  6 0 318 305 Tennessee      6  9 0 336 316
Carolina       2 13 0 186 377 Houston        5 10 0 356 410
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
St. Louis      7  8 0 283 312 Z-Kansas City 10  5 0 346 295
Seattle        6  9 0 294 401 San Diego      8  7 0 408 294
San Francisco  5 10 0 267 339 Oakland        7  8 0 379 361
Arizona        5 10 0 282 396 Denver         4 11 0 313 431
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SUNDAY JANUARY 2
GREEN BAY 10, Chicago 3
ATLANTA 31, Carolina 10 - Matt Ryan threw a pair of TD passes as Atlanta had its best season since 1998. The Panthers played their last game under head coach John Fox and have secured the top overall pick in the 2011 draft.
BALTIMORE 13, Cincinnati 7 - Ray Rice rushed for 77 yards and one TD as the Ravens had to settle for the fifth seed in the AFC after Pittsburgh claimed the North Division title. Carson Palmer threw for 305 yards for the Bengals.
Pittsburgh 41, CLEVELAND 9 - Rashard Mendenhall rushed for two TDs and Ben Roethlisberger threw two more as the Steelers won the AFC North for the fourth time in seven years and clinched a first-round bye in the playoffs.
DETROIT 20, Minnesota 13 - Lions QB Shaun Hill threw for 258 yards and a TD in what may have been the Brett Favre's last game, but he was inactive. Detroit ended with their first four-game winning streak since 1999.
Oakland 31, KANSAS CITY 10 - Michael Bush and rookie Jacoby Ford both ran for a TD to help the Raiders become the first club since the NFL-AFL merger to go unbeaten in its division and not make the playoffs.
NEW ENGLAND 38, Miami 7 - Tom Brady led three TD drives in limited action and Julian Edelman returned a punt 94 yards for a TD to lead New England. Brady ended the season with 36 TD passes and just four interceptions.
Tampa Bay 23, NEW ORLEANS 13 - Josh Freeman threw for 255 yards and a pair of TDs, and Tampa Bay kept its faint playoff hopes alive. Mike Williams recorded his 11th touchdown reception of the season, a Buccaneers record.
NY JETS 38, Buffalo 7 - Joe McKnight ran for 158 yards on 32 carries as the Jets won easily, playing their reserves. The Bills extended their franchise-worst record to 11 straight seasons without a playoff berth.
HOUSTON 34, Jacksonville 17 - Arian Foster ran for 180 yards and two TDs and the Texans spoiled the Jaguars' playoff hopes. Houston snapped a four- game losing streak and had lost eight of its last 10 following a 4-2 start.
INDIANAPOLIS 23, Tennessee 20 - The Colts secured the No. 3 seed in the AFC playoffs, when they turned a fumbled snap by the Titans into one last scoring drive. Adam Vinatieri kicked a 43-yard FG as time expired for the win.
Dallas 14, PHILADELPHIA 13 - Stephen McGee's four-yard TD pass to Jason Witten with 55 seconds remaining lifted the Cowboys to a 5-3 finish under interim head coach Jason Garrett. McGee was making his first career start.
N.Y. Giants 17, WASHINGTON 14 - The Giants took advantage of four turnovers to win their season-finale, burtl fell short of making the playoffs. Rex Grossman ended with 336 yards and two TDs for the Redskins.
San Diego 33, DENVER 28 - Ryan Mathews ran for a career-best 120 yards on 26 carries with three TDs, while Philip Rivers threw for 313 yards for the Chargers. Tim Tebow threw for 205 yards and two TDs for Denver.
SAN FRANCISCO 38, Arizona 7 - Alex Smith passed for 276 yards and two TDs, Brian Westbrook scored twice on the ground and the 49ers won for interim head coach Jim Tomsula who replaced Mike Singletary.
SEATTLE 16, St. Louis 6 - Charlie Whitehurst threw for 192 yards and a TD, helping Seattle clinch the NFC West title and became the first team in league history with a losing record to reach the postseason in a non-strike season.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East
Z-Philadelphia10  6 0 439 377 Z-New England 14  2 0 518 313
NY Giants     10  6 0 394 347 X-NY Jets     11  5 0 367 304
Dallas         6 10 0 394 436 Miami          7  9 0 273 333
Washington     6 10 0 302 377 Buffalo        4 12 0 283 425
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North
Z-Chicago     11  5 0 334 286 Z-Pittsburgh  12  4 0 375 191
X-GREEN BAY   10  6 0 388 240 X-Baltimore   12  4 0 334 270
Detroit        6 10 0 362 369 Cleveland      5 11 0 271 332
Minnesota      6 10 0 281 348 Cincinnati     4 12 0 322 395
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South   AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South
X-Atlanta     13  3 0 414 288 Z-Indianapolis10  6 0 435 388
X-New Orleans 11  5 0 384 307 Jacksonville   8  8 0 346 416
Tampa Bay     10  6 0 341 318 Houston        6 10 0 390 427
Carolina       2 14 0 196 408 Tennessee      6 10 0 356 339
NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West    AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West
Z-Seattle      7  9 0 310 407 Z-Kansas City 10  6 0 356 326
St. Louis      7  9 0 289 328 San Diego      9  7 0 441 322
San Francisco  6 10 0 305 346 Oakland        8  8 0 410 371
Arizona        5 11 0 289 434 Denver         4 12 0 341 464
Z-Clinched division title     X-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - WILDCARD ROUND
Sat Jan 8 - SEATTLE (7-9) 41, New Orleans (11-5) 36 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for 272 yards and four TD to lead Seattle. The clincher was scored by Marshawn Lynch on a 67-yard TD run in the fourth. The Saints became the first defending champs to lose a playoff game they led by at least 10 points.
Sat Jan 8 - NY Jets (11-5) 17,  INDIANAPOLIS (10-6) 16 - Jets K Nick Folk booted a 32-yard FG on the final play. Adam Vinatieri kicked a 50-yard FG with 53 seconds left, giving Indy the lead, but Mark Sanchez led the Jets on a five-play, 40-yard march after Antonio Cromartie returned the KO 47 yards.
Sun Jan 9 - Baltimore (12-4) 30, KANSAS CITY (10-6) 7 - Joe Flacco passed for 265 yards and two TDs and the Ravens scored 27 straight points after the Chiefs took a 7-3 lead on Jamaal Charles' 41-yard TD run in the 1st quarter. Baltimore forced five turnovers to set up a game in Pittsburgh next Saturday.
Sun Jan 9 - Green Bay (10-6) 21, PHILADELPHIA (10-6) 16
DIVISIONAL ROUND (January 15th and 16th)
Sat Jan 15 - PITTSBURGH (12-4) 31, Baltimore (13-4) 24 - Antonio Brown's 58-yard catch set up Rashard Mendenhall's two-yard TD run late in the fourth, lifting Pittsburgh to to their fifth AFC Championship game in 10 years.Roethlisberger finished 19-of-32 for 226 yards and two TD passes.
Sat Jan 15 - Green Bay (11-6) 48, ATLANTA (13-3) 21
Sun Jan 16 - CHICAGO (11-5) 35, Seattle (8-9) 24 - Chicago QB Jay Cutler made the most of his first playoff start, as he passed for 274 yards and two TDs and also scrambled for two scores as the Bears built leads of 28-0 and 35-10 in a lopsided game that was only made closer by two Seattle TDs.
Sun Jan 16 - NY Jets (12-5) 28, NEW ENGLAND (14-2) 21 - Mark Sanchez threw for three TDs to carry New York to its second straight AFC title game. The Jets sacked Tom Brady five times, forced the All-Pro QB into his first interception since Week 6 and held the Pats 11 points below their average.
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sun Jan 23 - Green Bay (12-6) 21, CHICAGO (12-5) 14
Sun Jan 23 - PITTSBURGH (13-4) 24,  NY Jets (13-5) 19 - William Gay's defensive TD gave the Steelers a 24-point lead late in a first half that saw the Steelers outgain New York, 231-50. The Jets rallied behind Mark Sanchez, who threw a pair of second-half scores, but not enough to prevent the Steelers record-tying eighth trip to the Super Bowl.
SUPER BOWL XLV - February 6 at Dallas
GREEN BAY PACKERS (13-6) 31, PITTSBURGH STEELERS (14-4) 25
Hamilton (9-9)
Montreal (12-6)
Winnipeg (4-14)
Toronto (9-9)
Saskatch (10-8)
Calgary (13-5)
Edmonton (7-11)
British Col (8-10)
Las Vegas
Florida (5-3)
Sacramento (4-4)
Hartford
Omaha (3-5)