MOVED: Florida Tuskers to Virginia Destroyers SEASON DELAYED: The UFL announced on July 19th it would delay its season at least a month. On August 11th, the Hartford franchise suspended operations.
WEEK ONE (All Times EST)
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Virginia 23, OMAHA 13 (15836) - Chris Greisen directed two second-quarter TD drives and Delbert Alvarado kicked three FGs to lead Virginia to a win in their debut and a successful return for coach Marty Schottenheimer. Joe Moglia's debut as the Nighthawks' coach saw his team turn the ball over four times, three on interceptions.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Las Vegas 23, SACRAMENTO 17 (19938) - Chase Clement and DeDe Dorsey ran for first-half TDs as the two-time defending champion Locos won. Aaron Pettrey kicked three FGs -- 21, 28 and 23 yards -- for Las Vegas. WR Samie Parker set a UFL record with an 83-yard reception from Clement.
Virginia            1  0 0  1.000  23  13 Sacramento          0  1 0   .000  17  23
Las Vegas           1  0 0  1.000  23  17 Omaha               0  1 0   .000  13  23
WEEK TWO (Bye - Omaha, Sacramento)
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
VIRGINIA 34, Las Vegas 17 (12167) - Playing their first home game, Virginia led the two-time defending champions 24-0 at halftime, scoring on their first three possessions. Destroyers QB Chris Greisen passed  for 204 yards and two TDs, and Adrian Peterson and Dominic Rhodes combined for 141 yards and two TDs.
Virginia            2  0 0  1.000  57  30 Sacramento          0  1 0   .000  17  23
Las Vegas           1  1 0   .500  40  51 Omaha               0  1 0   .000  13  23
WEEK THREE (Bye - Las Vegas, Virginia)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1
Omaha 33, SACRAMENTO 30 (17612) - Jeff Wolfert banged FGs of 54, 56 and 42 yards and the 39-yard game winner with no time left to rescue the Nighthawks season. The 56-yarder is a new UFL record. Omaha had trailed 30-23 with seven minutes to play before tying the contest with Shaud Williams' second TD rush of the night.
Virginia            2  0 0  1.000  57  30 Omaha               1  1 0   .500  46  53
Las Vegas           1  1 0   .500  40  51 Sacramento          0  2 0   .000  47  56
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7
VIRGINIA 28, Sacramento 6 (12617) - Dominic Rhodes rushed for a record 217 yards and three TDs to keep
New England (8-3)
Oakland (7-4)
Green Bay (11-0)
Dallas (7-4)
Cincinnati (7-4)
NY Jets (6-5)
Houston (8-3)
Indianapolis (0-11)
Denver (6-5)
Miami (3-8)
Atlanta (7-4)
Philadelphia (4-7)
Washington (4-7)
Tampa Bay (4-7)
Tennessee (6-5)
San Diego (4-7)
Detroit (7-4)
Carolina (3-8)
Chicago (7-4)
Pittsburgh (8-3)
Minnesota (2-9)
New Orleans (7-3)
NY Giants (6-4)
Buffalo (5-6)
Baltimore (8-3)
Kansas City (4-7)
Jacksonville (3-8)
Cleveland (4-7)
San Francisco (9-2)
Seattle (4-7)
Arizona (4-7
St. Louis (2-9)
Montreal (10-8)
Winnipeg (10-8)
Toronto (6-12)
Hamilton (8-10)
Edmonton (11-7)
British Col (11-7)
Saskatchewan(5-13)
Calgary (11-7)
Virginia (3-1)
Las Vegas (3-1)
Omaha (1-3)
Sacramento (1-3)
WEEK ONE (Times CST)
THURSDAY JUNE 30
MONTREAL 30, British Col 26 (22317) - Anthony Calvillo threw for 312 yards and three TDs, as the two-time defending champions built a 27-10 lead by halftime, and had to withstand several late-game drives to preserve their lead. Travis Lulay completed 26-of-44 passes for 366 yards and a TD for the Lions.
FRIDAY JULY 1
Winnipeg 24, HAMILTON 16 (23852) - Alex Suber returned an interception 66 yards for the go-ahead TD in the fourth quarter, as Winnipeg scored 15 second half points en route to the come-from-behind victory. Hamilton QB Kevin Glenn, passed for 187 yards, but he eventually found himself on the bench for Quinton Porter.
Toronto 23, CALGARY 21 (27428) - Noel Prefontaine drilled a 43-yard FG with 17 seconds remaining to give the Argos the win. Cory Boyd rushed for 100 yards and a TD, while QB Cleo Lemon finished with just 187 yards on 16-of-30 passing, but did throw for a TD. Henry Burris completed 26-of-37 passes for Calgary for 293 yards.
SUNDAY JULY 3
Edmonton 42, SASKATCHEWAN 28 (30048) - Ricky Ray completed 21-of-27 passes for 294 yards and three TDs, as Edmonton won for new head coach Kavis Reed and ruined the debut of Riders head coach Greg Marshall.
Daniel Porter and Kerry Joseph added a rushing TD apiece for the Eskimos, who forced four turnovers. 
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            1  0 0   2  42  28 Winnipeg            1  0 0   2  24  16
Saskatchewan        0  1 0   0  28  42 Montreal            1  0 0   2  30  26
Calgary             0  1 0   0  21  23 Toronto             1  0 0   2  23  21
British Columbia    0  1 0   0  26  30 Hamilton            0  1 0   0  16  24
WEEK TWO
FRIDAY JULY 8
WINNIPEG 22, Toronto 16 (27638) - Justin Palardy knocked through a pair of FGs in the fourth quarter to get the Bombers to 2-0, after the team went 4-14 last year. Palardy hit on 4-of-6 field goal chances and finished the night with 14 points. Toronto QB Cleo Lemon passed for 248 yards, but was picked off once and sacked seven times.
Calgary 34, BRITISH COL 32 (22738) - Paul McCallum's 57-yard FG attempt to close out the game was short and wide left as the Lions remained winless. Following a slow start, Calgary QB Henry Burris went 19-of-36 passing for 298 yards and three TDs, although he also threw three interceptions and fumbled twice.
SATURDAY JULY 9
Montreal 39, SASKATCHEWAN 25 (30045) - Anthony Calvillo threw five TD passes for the third time in his career as he not only tied the all-time CFL record for TD passes, he also led the Alouettes to a 2-0 start. Calvillo passed for  419 yards as he matched Damon Allen for the all-time record for passing touchdowns with 394 in the victory.
EDMONTON 28, Hamilton 10 (26059) - Ricky Ray threw for 388 yards and a TD, as he converted 21-of-31 passes for the Eskimos. Fred Stamps finished with seven receptions for 178 yards and a TD as Edmonton posted its 600th all-time victory. Play was interrupted in the first half as lightning forced a 12 minutes delay.
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            2  0 0   4  80  38 Winnipeg            2  0 0   4  46  32
Calgary             1  1 0   2  55  55 Montreal            2  0 0   4  69  51
Saskatchewan        0  2 0   0  53  81 Toronto             1  1 0   2  39  43
British Columbia    0  2 0   0  58  64 Hamilton            0  2 0   0  26  52
WEEK THREE
THURSDAY JULY 14
Calgary 21, WINNIPEG 20 (27890) - Henry Burris hit Ken-Yon Rambo with a five- yard TD pass late in the fourth to complete Calgary's comeback. Joseph Elliott relieved QB Buck Pierce and went 10-for-18 through the air for 87 yards and led the Bombers into FG range in the closing seconds, but Justin Palardy missed a 44-yard try.
FRIDAY JULY 15
MONTREAL 40, Toronto 17 (24698) - Anthony Calvillo tossed a pair of TD passes to become the CFL's all-time leader in that category. With 4:49 left in the first quarter, Calvillo dropped back and found Eric Deslauriers in the back of the end zone to break the record, surpassing former Argos QB Damon Allen, who threw 394 in his career.
SATURDAY JULY 16
HAMILTON 33, Saskatchewan 3 (22245) - Kevin Glenn found Chris Williams for two scores through the air and ended with 203 yards on 19-of-31 passes for Hamilton, which got four FGs from Justin Medlock. Darian Durant was replaced after throwing three interceptions for the Roughriders, who are 0-3 for the first time since 2000.
EDMONTON 33, British Col 17 (32297) - Daniel Porter scored on the ground and through the air and Ricky Ray completed 24-of-33 passes for 320 yards and two TDs and added 49 yards on the ground for the Eskimos, who didn't get their third win last season until September 26. British Columbia is 0-3 for the first time since 2002.
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            3  0 0   6 113  55 Montreal            3  0 0   6 109  68
Calgary             2  1 0   4  76  75 Winnipeg            2  1 0   4  66  53
Saskatchewan        0  3 0   0  56 114 Toronto             1  2 0   2  55  83
British Columbia    0  3 0   0  75  97 Hamilton            1  2 0   2  59  55
WEEK FOUR
FRIDAY JULY 22
Hamilton 39, BRITISH COL 31 (24117) - Kevin Glenn threw three TDs Hamilton kept the Lions winless. Glenn went 21-for-31 with 334 yards while Dave Stala caught two TDs for the Ticats. Avon Cobourne ran for 100 yards and two TDs. Jamal Robertson scored twice for the Lions. Three of B.C.'s four losses have come by single digits.
SATURDAY JULY 23
Winnipeg 33, TORONTO 24 (21189) - Buck Pierce threw for 361 yards and tossed three TDs as Winnipeg took a  come-from-behind win. Terence Jeffers-Harris recorded five receptions for 107 yards and a pair of majors. RB Fred Reid ran for 84 yards on 19 carries for the Bombers as well, while K Justin Palardy finished with 15 points. 
Edmonton 24, CALGARY 19 (29910) - Fred Stamps scored two long TDs in the first half as he helped lead the Eskimos to a a perfect start after four games for the first time in more than two decades. QB Ricky Ray threw his first interception since October 2010. Calgary QB Henry Burris was 28-of-46 passing for 372 yards and two TDs.
SUNDAY JULY 24
Saskatchewan 27, MONTREAL 24 (24434) - Eddie Johnson made 4-of-5 FGs, including a key 36-yarder with 1:21 left as the Roughriders and rookie head coach Greg Marshall claimed their first victory. Montreal QB Anthony Calvillo, the CFL's all-time leader in TD passes, left in the second quarter with a right eye injury. 
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            4  0 0   8 137  74 Montreal            3  1 0   6 133  95
Calgary             2  2 0   4  95  99 Winnipeg            3  1 0   6  99  77
Saskatchewan        1  3 0   2  83 138 Hamilton            2  2 0   4  98  86
British Columbia    0  4 0   0 106 136 Toronto             1  3 0   2  79 116
WEEK FIVE
THURSDAY JULY 28
WINNIPEG 25, British Col 20 (29553) - Alex Brink came in for an injured Buck Pierce and threw a 22-yard TD pass to Terrence Edwards inside five minutes remaining as the Bombers are off to their best start since 2003. QB Travis Lulay was 16-of-31 for 195 yards for B.C., who are winless after five games for the first time since 1996. 
FRIDAY JULY 29
HAMILTON 34, Montreal 26 (24068) - Kevin Glenn threw for 295 yards and two TDs, while Dave Stala hauled in both TD passes for Hamilton. As for the Alouettes, they were led by veteran gun-slinger Anthony Calvillo, who threw for 356 yards and one score. This is the first two-game losing streak for Montreal since 2008.
EDMONTON 26, Toronto 25 (32478) - Ricky Ray threw for 261 yards and two TDs, as the Eskimos moved to 5-0 to start a season for the first time since 1980. The Argonauts were more ground oriented in this contest, as the team relied heavily on Chad Kackert, who rushed for 139 yards and two scores. 
SATURDAY JULY 30
Calgary 22, SASKATCHEWAN 18 (30048) - Rene Paredes connected on four FGs while Henry Burris scored on the ground and went 24-for-36 for 255 yards and an interception for the Stampeders, who have gotten all their wins on the road. The Roughriders have dropped all three of their home matches this season.
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            5  0 0  10 163  99 Winnipeg            4  1 0   8 124  97
Calgary             3  2 0   6 117 117 Montreal            3  2 0   6 159 129
Saskatchewan        1  4 0   2 101 160 Hamilton            3  2 0   6 132 112
British Columbia    0  5 0   0 126 161 Toronto             1  4 0   2 104 142
WEEK SIX
THURSDAY AUGUST 4
Montreal 36, TORONTO 23 (19204) - Anthony Calvillo set the all-time CFL record for completions and threw for 349 yards and a TD, while Dahrran Diedrick ran for three TDs for the Als, who avoided their first three-game skid since 2008. Cleo Lemon finished 25-of-41 for 314 yards and two TDs for the Argos, who lost their fifth in a row. 
FRIDAY AUGUST 5
WINNIPEG 28, Edmonton 16 (29533) - Buck Pierce threw two TD passes and ran for a third to lead the Bombers in handing Edmonton their first loss. Ricky Ray threw for 226 yards with one TD and three interceptions for the Eskimos, and was sacked four times. Edmonton committed five turnovers. Winnipeg hasn't been 5-1 since 1987.
BRITISH COL 24, Saskatchewan 11 (25238) - Travis Lulay threw for 257 yards and a TD, while Geroy Simon hauled in seven receptions for 134 yards and a TD for the Lions, who won their first. B.C. scored two straight TDs in the second quarter to lead 17-0. Darian Durant threw for 236 yards and one touchdown in defeat.
SATURDAY AUGUST 6
CALGARY 32, Hamilton 20 (29307) - Jon Cornish made sure Calgary claimed its first home win with a late three-yard TD run. Henry Burris completed 27-of-39 passes for 341 yards and a touchdown for the Stamps. Kevin Glenn connected on 20-of-34 passes for 211 yards and a TD for the Ti-Cats, who saw a three-game win streak end.
WESTERN CONFERENCE                     EASTERN CONFERENCE
Edmonton            5  1 0  10 179 127 Winnipeg            5  1 0  10 152 113
Calgary             4  2 0   8 149 137 Montreal            4  2 0   8 195 152
Saskatchewan        1  5 0   2 112 184 Hamilton            3  3 0   6 152 144
British Columbia    1  5 0   2 150 172 Toronto             1  5 0   2 127 178
WEEK SEVEN
THURSDAY AUGUST 11
MONTREAL 27, Edmonton 4 (24448) - Anthony Calvillo threw two TD passes, reaching 400 for his career, and also reached the 70,000-yard passing mark as the Als won their second straight. Calvillo has passed for 70,256 yards. The Eskimos hardly had an answer in their second straight loss, as they rushed for minus-one yard. 
FRIDAY AUGUST 12
Calgary 45, SASKATCHEWAN 35 (30048) - Henry Burris completed 21-of-29 passes for 298 yards and three TDs,
while Joffrey Reynolds carried the ball 11 times for 59 yards and a TD for the Stampeders, who have won three in a row. Darian Durant connected on 24-of-34 passes for 325 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for the Riders.
SATURDAY AUGUST 13
HAMILTON 37, Toronto 32 (24347) - Kevin Glenn threw for 310 yards and two TDs, as he led Hamilton in the "Battle of Ontario".  Avon Cobourne led the ground attack, rushing for 61 yards and one touchdown. As for the Argonauts, they were paced by Cleo Lemon, who threw for 368 yards and three touchdowns.
Winnipeg 30, BRITISH COL 17 (24131) - Winnipeg used three rushing TDs to get past the Lions. Backup QB Alex Brink carried the ball twice for Winnipeg and scored both times. Travis Lulay was very ineffective for B.C, finishing with just 103 yards on 12-of-23 passing. Jarious Jackson was sacked four times and was intercepted once. 
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Edmonton            5  2 0  10 183 154 Winnipeg            6  1 0  12 182 130
Calgary             5  2 0  10 194 172 Montreal            5  2 0  10 222 156
Saskatchewan        1  6 0   2 147 229 Hamilton            4  3 0   8 189 176
British Columbia    1  6 0   2 167 202 Toronto             1  6 0   2 159 223
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Winnipeg, Montreal, Hamilton, Calgary)
THURSDAY AUGUST 18
TORONTO 24, Saskatchewan 18 (20482) - Cory Boyd rushed for 45 yards and scored two TDs, and Cleo Lemon threw for 169 yards for Toronto. Trailing 21-1 after three quarters, the Riders rallied and the game came down to the final seconds, but Darian Durant's pass for Chris Getzlaf in the back of the end zone was knocked down.
FRIDAY AUGUST 19
British Col 36, EDMONTON 1 (35216) - Travis Lulay threw for 343 yards and four TDs to lead the Lions, while Arland Bruce caught nine passes for 129 yards and two TDs. The British Columbia defense feasted on a weak offensive line for Edmonton, racking up eight sacks. The Eskimos have lost three games in a row.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             5  2 0  10 194 172 Winnipeg            6  1 0  12 182 130
Edmonton            5  3 0  10 184 190 Montreal            5  2 0  10 222 156
British Columbia    2  6 0   4 203 203 Hamilton            4  3 0   8 189 176
Saskatchewan        1  7 0   2 165 253 Toronto             2  6 0   4 183 241
WEEK NINE (Bye - Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Toronto, Edmonton)
FRIDAY AUGUST 26
WINNIPEG 30, Hamilton 27 (30338) - Justin Palardy's 21-yard FG with 5:52 left capped a fourth-quarter rally and lifted Winnipeg to its first 7-1 start since 1984. QB Buck Pierce completed 19-of-34 passes for 293 yards and two TDs. Kevin Glenn threw for 351 yards and two TDs for Hamilton, but had an interception returned for a TD.
SATURDAY AUGUST 27
CALGARY 38, Montreal 31 (30386) - Henry Burris scrambled for a six-yard TD run with 55 seconds left, turning Anthony Calvillo's interception into the game-winning score. Burris passed for 422 yards and three TDs. Calvillo threw for 369 yards and three TDs, but was intercepted by Keon Raymond late with the game tied at 31-31.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             6  2 0  12 232 203 Winnipeg            7  1 0  14 212 157
Edmonton            5  3 0  10 184 190 Montreal            5  3 0  10 253 194
British Columbia    2  6 0   4 203 203 Hamilton            4  4 0   8 216 206
Saskatchewan        1  7 0   2 165 253 Toronto             2  6 0   4 183 241
WEEK TEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2
British Col 29, TORONTO 16 (19593) - Travis Lulay threw for 309 yards and a TD, while Akeem Foster had eight catches for 144 yards for the Lions, who won their second straight game. Toronto QB Dalton Bell had a horrific game, as he was picked off four times and was 5-for-16 with 42 yards for the Argos, who were coming off a win.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
SASKATCHEWAN 27, Winnipeg 7 (30048) - A coaching change and more than two weeks to prepare helped the Roughriders momentarily right the ship. Former coach and VP of football operations Ken Miller took over and watched Darian Durant pass for 232 yards and three TDs. Winnipeg had a five-game winning streak snapped.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5
HAMILTON 44, Montreal 21 (26964) - Avon Cobourne and Quinton Porter each rushed for two TDs for the Tiger-Cats, who had lost two of three. Kevin Glenn completed 14-of-18 passes for 237 yards and a TD. Anthony Calvillo connected on 17-of-30 passes for 215 yards for the Als. Hamilton has won both of its games against Montreal.
Edmonton 35, CALGARY 7 (35650) - Ricky Ray completed 14-of-21 passes for 131 yards and two TDs, as the Eskimos snapped a three-game skid and moved into a first-place tie. Henry Burris completed 13-of-23 passes for 132 yards, a TD and two interceptions for Calgary, which saw a four-game winning streak come to an end. 
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             6  3 0  12 239 238 Winnipeg            7  2 0  14 219 184
Edmonton            6  3 0  12 219 197 Montreal            5  4 0  10 274 238
British Columbia    3  6 0   6 232 219 Hamilton            5  4 0  10 260 227
Saskatchewan        2  7 0   4 192 260 Toronto             2  7 0   4 199 270
WEEK ELEVEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Calgary 30, EDMONTON 20 (45672) - Henry Burris threw for a score and ran for another TD, as the Stampeders avenged a Labour Day Classic loss, and won their seventh straight road game going back to last year. Ricky Ray went 21-of-34 for 345 yards and Kerry Joseph ran for a one-yard score for the Eskimos, who fell to second place.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
BRITISH COL 28, Toronto 6 (25263) - Travis Lulay threw for 263 yards and one TD, and Paul McCallum knocked through all four of his FG attempts to lead the Lions, winners of three straight. Geroy Simon scored a TD, his 88th as a member of the Lions, a franchise record. K Noel Prefontaine accounted for Toronto's only points
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
MONTREAL 43, Hamilton 13 (24304) - Anthony Calvillo threw for 421 yards and four TDs as the Alouettes rebounded with a big victory to snap a two-game skid. Jamel Richardson caught seven passes for 113 yards and
a TD for Montreal. Kevin Glenn passed for 151 yards for Hamilton, which got four field goals from Justin Medlock. 
Saskatchewan 45, WINNIPEG 23 (30518) - Darian Durant threw for 230 yards and four TDs, leading the Riders to a second straight win over Winnipeg. The defense picked off Winnipeg QB Buck Pierce five times. The last one was returned for a TD by Chris McKenzie in the fourth. Winnipeg has lost 12 of the last 15 between the two.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             7  3 0  14 269 258 Winnipeg            7  3 0  14 242 229
Edmonton            6  4 0  12 239 227 Montreal            6  4 0  12 317 251
British Columbia    4  6 0   8 260 225 Hamilton            5  5 0  10 273 270
Saskatchewan        3  7 0   6 237 283 Toronto             2  8 0   4 205 298
WEEK TWELVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16
Edmonton 38, HAMILTON 23 (22654) - Jerome Messam ran for 140 yards and two TDs, while Ricky Ray passed for 226 yards and a TD, finding Fred Stamps 14 times for 130 yards to give the Esks their second win in their past six games. Kevin Glenn was benched in the fourth after throwing for 140 yards with an interception for the Ti-Cats.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
SASKATCHEWAN 30, Toronto 20 (30048) - Chris Milo booted a 25-yard FG with roughly two minutes to go and Chris McKenzie's interception return for a score with under a minute to go helped the Riders, who have won three straight. Steven Jyles threw for 254 yards and one TD for Toronto, which has dropped its past three. 
British Col 32, CALGARY 19 (29929) - Travis Lulay completed just 13-of-26 passes for 186 yards but threw for two TDs for the Lions, who have won four games in a row and five of six overall following an 0-5 start. Calgary's Henry Burris threw for 184 yards, one TD and one interception, but the Stamps have dropped two of three. 
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Winnipeg 25, MONTREAL 23 (24642) - Buck Pierce threw for two TDs and Winnipeg, coming off consecutive losses to Saskatchewan, survived a late push. Terrence Edwards and Greg Carr each caught a TD for Winnipeg. Anthony Calvillo threw for two TDs and 258 yards for the Als, who have lost three of their last four games. 
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             7  4 0  14 288 290 Winnipeg            8  3 0  16 267 252
Edmonton            7  4 0  14 277 250 Montreal            6  5 0  12 340 276
British Columbia    5  6 0  10 292 244 Hamilton            5  6 0  10 296 308
Saskatchewan        4  7 0   8 267 303 Toronto             2  9 0   4 225 328
WEEK THIRTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23
Montreal 34, EDMONTON 21 (40274) - Brandon Whitaker rushed for 113 yards and a TD and caught two TDs as Montreal overcame an injury to QB Anthony Calvillo and sent the Eskimos to their third straight home loss. Adrian McPherson came on in relief for Calvillo. Jason Armstead scored on a 72-yard punt return for the Eskimos.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
British Col 42, SASKATCHEWAN 5 (30045) - Travis Lulay threw for 303 yards and two TDs, while Paul McCallum connected on all four FG attempts for British Columbia. Arland Bruce and Geroy Simon each caught a TD for the Lions, who won their fifth straight. Riders QB Darian Durant threw for 188 yards, but was intercepted twice.
TORONTO 25, Winnipeg 24 (19108) - Noel Prefontaine's late single lifted the Argonauts in an injury-filled affair. With under one minute left, Prefontaine missed a 38-yard FG, but Jovon Johnson was unable to run the ball out of the end zone. Toronto QB Steven Jyles threw for 88 yards, one TD and three interceptions against his former club.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Hamilton 55, Calgary 36 at Moncton (20153) - Kevin Glenn completed 16-of-23 passes for 276 yards and three TDs to lead Hamilton, while Marcus Thigpen caught six passes for 139 yards and two TDs. He also returned a missed FG 118 yards for a TD. The Stampeders had their five-game road winning streak snapped.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             7  5 0  14 324 345 Winnipeg            8  4 0  16 291 277
Edmonton            7  5 0  14 298 284 Montreal            7  5 0  14 374 297
British Columbia    6  6 0  12 334 249 Hamilton            6  6 0  12 351 344
Saskatchewan        4  8 0   8 272 345 Toronto             3  9 0   6 250 352
WEEK FOURTEEN
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Montreal 32, WINNIPEG 26 (30447) - Alex Brink was unable to sneak in from a yard out on two occasions for the go-ahead score with no time remaining as the Blue Bombers fell into a tie for first. On Winnipeg's final drive, a critical 26-yard pass interference penalty was called on Montreal Greg Laybourn to put the ball at the one with eight seconds left. Montreal's Anthony Calvillo threw for 335 yards and three scores on 26-of-44 passing.
BRITISH COL 33, Edmonton 24 (50213) - Travis Lulay threw for 288 yards and three TDs, as B.C. erased an early deficit and opened newly-renovated BC Place stadium in style. The Lions won their sixth straight and moved into a three-way tie atop the CFL West. Ricky Ray threw for 255 yards and a TD for the Eskimos, losers of two straight.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1
CALGARY 40, Saskatchewan 3 (33469) - Jon Cornish ran for two TDs while Henry Burris completed 15-of-19 passes for 158 yards and a TD for the Stamps, who snapped a two-game slide. Darian Durant went 12-for-21 with 128 yards while Wes Cates had 34 yards on eight carries for the Riders, who have dropped two straight.
Hamilton 27, TORONTO 12 (21853) - Kevin Glenn threw for 301 yards and a TD, while Terry Grant rushed for 115 yards, including an 89-yard TD gallop, for Hamilton. For Grant, it was just his second game in the last two years.
Avon Cobourne added 53 yards rushing on 12 carries. Hamilton has defeated Toronto six straight times.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary             8  5 0  16 364 348 Winnipeg            8  5 0  16 317 309
Edmonton            7  6 0  14 322 317 Montreal            8  5 0  16 406 323
British Columbia    7  6 0  14 367 273 Hamilton            7  6 0  14 378 356
Saskatchewan        4  9 0   8 275 385 Toronto             3 10 0   6 262 379
WEEK FIFTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7
Winnipeg 33, HAMILTON 17 (23268) - Buck Pierce threw for 239 yards and a TD as Winnipeg clinched its first playoff berth since 2008. Pierce, who sat out last week with sore ribs, ran for 24 yards and a TD as the Bombers swept the season series with Hamilton, 3-0. Ti-Cat QB Kevin Glenn completed 13-of-20 passes for 109 yards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
BRITISH COL 33, Calgary 31 (30622) - Not only did Paul McCallum put his name in the history bookst, but the Lions kicker made a game-winning 53-yard FG as time expired. McCallum made his first three FGs to set the CFL record for consecutive made field goals at 30. That streak came to an end with 4 1/2 minutes left in the fourth.
MONDAY OCTOBER 10
MONTREAL 29, Toronto 19 (23960) - Montreal QB Anthony Calvillo became the all-time CFL and pro football passing leader Monday, throwing for 305 yards. The 18-year veteran broke the record in the third quarter of when he connected with Jamel Richardson on a 50-yard TD to break Damon Allen's record of 72,381 yards.
EDMONTON 17, Saskatchewan 1 (38054) - Jerome Messam ran for 118 yards on 20 carries, including a 51-yard TD, as Edmonton clinched a playoff berth. The loss eliminated the Roughriders from the West playoff race as they'll now set their sights on gaining a crossover spot. The Roughriders haven't missed the playoffs since 2001.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary           8  6 0  16 395 381 X-Winnipeg          9  5 0  18 350 326
X-British Columbia  8  6 0  16 400 304 X-Montreal          9  5 0  18 435 342
X-Edmonton          8  6 0  16 339 318 Hamilton            7  7 0  14 395 389
Saskatchewan        4 10 0   8 276 402 Toronto             3 11 0   6 281 408
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 14
TORONTO 31, Calgary 29 (18720) - Noel Prefontaine kicked the game-winning 18-yard FG as time expired. Toronto began the eventual winning drive with just over a minute to go and got some help from the Stampeders in the form of penalties. Backup QB Drew Tate was sensational for Calgary, throwing for 263 yards and two TDs.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
EDMONTON 24, Winnipeg 10 (30734) - Ricky Ray threw a pair of TDs to help the Eskimos move into first place all alone in the West. Ray finished 20-of-29 for 220 yards. The Eskimo defense sacked Buck Pierce five times and had three interceptions, including one by Weldon Brown in the end zone late in the fourth that sealed the win.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
MONTREAL 27, Hamilton 25 (23668) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 341 yards and two TDs, and Chip Cox broke up a two-point conversion attempt in the final minute to lift Montreal into first place in the East. Quinton Porter's four-yard TD pass to Dave Stala, who beat Cox on the play, got Hamilton within two points with 56 seconds remaining.
British Col 29, SASKATCHEWAN 18 (30048) - Travis Lulay threw for 287 yards and two TDs, one each to Andrew Harris and Arland Bruce, for the Lions, who have won eight straight games. Darian Durant threw for 281 yards, while Christopher Milo hit 6-of-7 FGs for the Riders, who were officially eliminated from playoff contention.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
X-Edmonton          9  6 0  18 363 328 X-Montreal         10  5 0  20 462 367
X-British Columbia  9  6 0  18 429 322 X-Winnipeg          9  6 0  18 360 350
X-Calgary           8  7 0  16 424 412 Hamilton            7  8 0  14 420 416
Saskatchewan        4 11 0   8 294 431 Toronto             4 11 0   8 312 437
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21
Edmonton 31, TORONTO 24 (19176) - Ricky Ray threw for 337 yards and two TDs and ran for a TD as Edmonton survived a rally by the Argonauts and reduced their magic number to one for home-field in the playoffs. Toronto's Chad Owens became the first pro football player to surpass 3,000 all-purpose yards in consecutive seasons. 
CALGARY  25, Saskatchewan 13 (29698) - Drew Tate started over Henry Burris and passed for 251 yards and one TD, Jon Cornish rushed for 92 yards and a TD and the Stampeders scored 17 points in the second quarter. Darian Durant passed for 209 yards and scored Saskatchewan's only TD on a run before leaving with an injury.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 22
WINNIPEG 26, Montreal 25 (30360) - Chris Garrett ran for a one-yard TD, his second of the day, with 1:02 left, as the Bombers scored 16 unanswered fourth-quarter points to pull into a first place tie with Montreal in the East and secured a home playoff game. Anthony Calvillo passed for 199 yards for the Als, but threw three interceptions.
HAMILTON 42, British Col 10 (25536) - Quinton Porter threw for a TD and ran for another, while Justin Medlock hit a CFL season-high seven FGs for the Ti-Cats, who outscored BC 26-0 in the second half to halt a two-game skid. Travis Lulay threw for 218 yards and a TD for the Lions, who had won eight straight games entering the contest. 
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
X-Edmonton         10  6 0  20 394 352 X-Winnipeg         10  6 0  20 386 375
X-Calgary           9  7 0  18 449 425 X-Montreal         10  6 0  20 487 393
X-British Columbia  9  7 0  18 439 364 X-Hamilton          8  8 0  16 462 426
Saskatchewan        4 12 0   8 307 456 Toronto             4 12 0   8 336 468
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK EIGHTEEN
FRIDAY OCTOBER 28
Toronto 27, WINNIPEG 22 (29751) - Steven Jyles threw for two TDs and Byron Parker set a CFL career record by notching his ninth interception return for a TD, as Toronto won the final regular season game at Canad Inns Stadium. The Bombers, who will open their new 33,500-seat stadium in 2012, had a chance to clinch the East.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29
SASKATCHEWAN 19, Hamilton 3 (29073) - Chris Milo connected on three FGs and Neal Hughes scored the lone TD as Saskatchewan overcame a 7-of-20 performance by QB Ryan Dinwiddie, who replaced Darian Durant. Milo unleashed a 108-yard punt for a single that tied the CFL record set by Toronto' s Zenon Andrusyshyn in 1977. 
BRITISH COL 29, Edmonton 20 (29749) - QB Travis Lulay threw TD passes to three different receivers and ended with 322 yards and an interception on 21-of-31 attempts for the Lions, who spoiled the Eskimos' chance of clinching a division title for the first time since 2003. Ricky Ray tossed for 310 yards and two scores for Edmonton.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
Calgary 32, MONTREAL 27 (24051) - Drew Tate threw for 333 yards, two TDs and two interceptions and the Stampeders defense came up huge late. Trailing 32-27 with less than a minute to go, the Alouettes had a chance to win the game, but Anthony Calvillo's pass for S.J. Green was knocked down by Johnnie Dixon.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
X-Edmonton         10  7 0  20 414 381 X-Winnipeg         10  7 0  20 408 402
X-Calgary          10  7 0  20 481 452 X-Montreal         10  7 0  20 514 425
X-British Columbia 10  7 0  20 468 384 X-Hamilton          8  9 0  16 465 445
Saskatchewan        5 12 0  10 326 459 Toronto             5 12 0  10 363 490
X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK NINETEEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3
TORONTO 33, Hamilton 16 (20833) - Andre Durie had eight catches for 144 yards and two TDs, Dalton Bell completed 12-of-22 pass attempts for 216 yards, two TDs and two interceptions, and Cory Boyd added 105 yards and a TD for Toronto, which won three of its last four. Hamilton lost its fourth in five games going into the playoffs.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4
EDMONTON 23, Saskatchewan 20 (30845) - Derek Schiavone's 27-yard FG in the final minute gave Edmonton the win and a home playoff game for the first in seven years. Eskimo WR Adarius Bowman caught 10 passes for 226 yards and two TDs, while RB Jerome Messam became just the 10th Canadian to reach the 1,000-yard mark.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5
CALGARY 30, Winnipeg 24 - Jon Cornish and Henry Burris ran for TDs as Calgary kept keep hope alive for second place in the West after winning the final three games of the regular season. Alex Brink passed for 202 yards and a TD for the Bombers, who dropped their final two contests and nearly rallied from a 24-0 deficit.
BRITISH COL 43, Montreal 1 (35454) - Travis Lulay threw three of his four TD passes to Andrew Harris, leading the Lions to the West Division title after starting 0-5. The win, the club's 10th in 11 games, secured B.C.'s first home playoff game since 2007. The loss dropped the Alouettes into second place in the East Division.
WESTERN DIVISION                                                      EASTERN DIVISION
Z-British Columbia 11  7 0  22 511 385 Z-Winnipeg         10  8 0  20 432 432
X-Edmonton         11  7 0  22 437 401 X-Montreal         10  8 0  20 515 468
X-Calgary          11  7 0  22 511 476 X-Hamilton          8 10 0  16 481 478
Saskatchewan        5 13 0  10 346 482 Toronto             6 12 0  12 396 506
Z-Clinched division title              X-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - DIVISION SEMI-FINALS - Sunday November 13
Hamilton (8-10) 52, MONTREAL (10-8) 44 (OT) (33051) - Quinton Porter ran for a one-yard TD in OT, and the Ti-Cats followed with a defensive stand to beat the two-time defending Grey Cup champions. Porter accounted for three TDs, and Kevin Glenn passed for 275 yards and a TD for the Ti-Cats, in the highest-scoring CFL playoff game. QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 513 yards and three TDs for Montreal, which lost its last four games.
EDMONTON (11-7) 33, Calgary (11-7) 19 (30183) - Ricky Ray threw for 245 yards and a TD as the Eskimos advanced to the West Division Championship with the hope of reaching its first title game since winning the Grey Cup in 2005. Drew Tate started the game for Calgary but was replaced at the half after passing for 99 yards with an interception and a lost fumble. Jon Cornish scored the lone TD for the Stamps while running for 127 yards.
PLAYOFFS - DIVISION FINALS - Sunday November 20
WINNIPEG (10-8) 19, Hamilton (9-10) 3 (30051) - Chris Garrett ran for 190 yards and a TD, Alex Brink threw a TD to Jason Vega and Justin Palardy kicked two FGs for the Bombers, who are back in the Grey Cup for the first time since 2007. They haven't won the CFL title since 1990. Hamilton K Justin Medlock kicked a FG in the first quarter, but Winnipeg held them off the board the rest of the way, as Kevin Glenn was limited to 113 passing yards.
BRITISH COLUMBIA (11-7) 40, Edmonton (12-7) 23 (41313) - Travis Lulay passed for two TDs and ran for another, as British Columbia earned its first Grey Cup berth since 2006. Lulay's 61-yard run set a team record for longest rush in a playoff game. Paul McCallum made 4-of-4 FGS, while Andrew Harris ran for a TD. Edmonton QB Ricky Ray passed for 260 yards and two TDs, but was intercepted three times.
2011 GREY CUP (Sunday November 27 at Vancouver - 54,313)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS (12-7) 34, WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (11-8) 23 - They opened the season with a whimper, but the BC Lions ended it with a bang. Travis Lulay, the game MVP, threw two second-half TD passes to lead B.C. to an exciting Grey Cup win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, capping a stunning turnaround for the Lions, who opened the season 0-5. B.C. became the first team in CFL history to win the Grey Cup after losing its first five regular-season games. B.C. also became the first squad since the 1994 Lions to capture the league title at home. The '72 Hamilton Tiger-Cats and '77 Montreal Alouettes are the other teams to accomplish that feat. Lions tailback Andrew Harris, a Winnipeg native, was named the top Canadian. Lulay's 66-yard TD strike to Kierrie Johnson on the final play of the third quarter put B.C. ahead 24-9. But the game's turning point came with 12:21 left to play. Lulay tried to throw a screen pass inside the B.C. 30-yard line, but Winnipeg end Odell Willis got his hands on the ball and had a clear path to the end zone. But Willis couldn't hang on, and the Lions dodged a huge bullet. B.C. then marched downfield and capped an 82-yard drive at 8:10 of the fourth, as Lulay found Arland Bruce III on a six-yard TD strike to give B.C. a commanding 31-9 advantage. Winnipeg made it interesting with two late Buck Pierce TD passes. He hit Greg Carr on a 45-yard touchdown strike at 11:22, then found Terrence Edwards on a 13-yard scoring pass with 1:37 remaining to make it 31-22. That touchdown was set up by Jovon Johnson's 47-yard punt return that was further aided by a B.C. facemask penalty called on B.C. kicker Paul McCallum. Winnipeg's onside kickoff attempt didn't go the mandatory 10 yards, giving B.C. the ball with 1:36 remaining. Winnipeg's late rally came after a stellar performance by B.C.'s defence, which had effectively shut down the Bombers' ground game and forced the East Division champions to the air. That seemed to favour the Lions, considering the Bombers had the CFL's second-worst passing attack and had to play catchup against a B.C. defence that surrendered a league-low 21.4 points per game. But it wasn't enough to prevent the extension of Winnipeg's Grey Cup drought to 22 years, their last title coming in 1990. And the loss was a bitter pill to swallow for DT Doug Brown, who was appearing in his final game after 11 seasons with the Bombers. 
Virginia perfect. Rhodes shattered the UFL single-game rushing record of 147, set last year by Hartford’s Lorenzo Booker and became the first player in league history to rush for three touchdowns in a single game.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
LAS VEGAS 30, Omaha 10 (6500) - Locos QB Chase Clement completed 21 of 30 passes for 254 yards and one TD and also rushed for another score while Clint Stitser, who was signed after the Locos’ opening weekend loss, was a perfect 3-of-3 on FGs for the game’s first nine points. Las Vegas built its lead to 16-0 early in the third.
Virginia            3  0 0  1.000  85  36 Omaha               1  2 0   .333  56  83
Las Vegas           2  1 0   .667  70  61 Sacramento          0  3 0   .000  53  84
WEEK FIVE
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
SACRAMENTO 27, Virginia 20 (OT) (18794) - McLeod Bethel-Thompson got his first start as a pro QB and found WR Otis Amey for two TDs to lead Sacramento. Amey caught a two-yard TD pass with 26 seconds left. Kenny Moore's 9-yard run put the Mountain Lions ahead, then Seldon Wynel fumbled the ensuing kickoff.
Las Vegas 13, OMAHA 6 (17697) - Marcel Shipp's 10-yard TD run midway through the third put the Locos ahead, after they trailed 6-3 at halftime, getting only a 53-yard Clint Stitser FG. Stitser added a 32-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, then the Loco defense kept Omaha from mounting a comeback on its final two possessions.
Virginia            3  1 0   .750 105  63 Omaha               1  3 0   .250  62  96
Las Vegas           3  1 0   .750  83  67 Sacramento          1  3 0   .250  80 104
OCTOBER 16 - The UFL cancelled the remainder of the regular season, with two weeks to play
CONSOLATION GAME (October 22 at Omaha - 10,123)
Sacramento (1-3) 25, OMAHA (1-3) 19 (OT) - Cory Ross scored his second TD on a 23-yard run with 1:36 left in OT, after QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson drove his team 80 yards on its final possession. Omaha took a 19-12 lead into the fourth but Sacramento scored with 2:36 left on a 3-yard run by Ross. Omaha, which led the UFL in attendance in 2010 with more than 22,700 for four home games, averaged 14,552 for its three home games.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (October 22 at Virginia 14,172)
VIRGINIA (3-1) 17, Las Vegas (3-1) 3 - Aaron Rouse, the game MVP, returned one of his three interceptions 46 yards for a TD to give Destroyers coach Marty Schottenheimer his first pro title. Dominic Rhodes, the league's offensive MVP, ran for 90 yards, scoring on a 2-yard run in the second quarter to give the Destroyers a 14-0 lead. Virginia's Chris Greisen completed 21 of 31 passes for 154 yards. Clifton Smith's 60-yard punt return set up Rhodes' short touchdown run. Virginia didn't allow a first down until midway through the fourth quarter.










NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           8  0 0  1.000 275 179 Baltimore           6  2 0   .750 208 130
Detroit             6  2 0   .750 240 147 Cincinnati          6  2 0   .750 205 140
Chicago             5  3 0   .625 200 174 Pittsburgh          6  3 0   .667 196 162
Minnesota           2  6 0   .250 172 199 Cleveland           3  5 0   .375 119 170
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         6  3 0   .667 287 205 Houston             6  3 0   .667 236 157
Atlanta             5  3 0   .625 189 170 Tennessee           4  4 0   .500 156 169
Tampa Bay           4  4 0   .500 147 196 Jacksonville        2  6 0   .250  98 163
Carolina            2  6 0   .250 187 207 Indianapolis        0  9 0   .000 128 283
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       7  1 0   .875 206 128 San Diego           4  4 0   .500 199 204
Seattle             2  6 0   .250 122 185 Oakland             4  4 0   .500 180 213
Arizona             2  6 0   .250 162 196 Kansas City         4  4 0   .500 131 201
St. Louis           1  7 0   .125 100 211 Denver              3  5 0   .375 171 224
WEEK TEN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10
Oakland 24, SAN DIEGO 17 - Michael Bush totaled 242 yards from scrimmage as the Raiders took possession of first place in the AFC West. Carson Palmer threw for 299 yards with two TDs as the Raiders snapped a two-game slide. Philip Rivers passed for 274 yards and two TDs for San Diego, which dropped its fourth straight game. 
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13
New Orleans 26, ATLANTA 23 (OT) - Coaches are paid to make the big decisions in big games, and the one that Mike Smith made cost Atlanta dearly. Facing 4th-and-inches at the Atlanta 30 in OT, Smith went for a first down, but Michael Turner was stuffed. Several plays later, John Kasay hit a 26-yard FG to give New Orleans the win.
CHICAGO 37, Detroit 13 - Chicago got two interception returns for TDs and a punt return for a TD from Devin Hester to win their fourth straight. Lions QB Matthew Stafford had one of the roughest games of his career as he was picked off four times, though he did pass for 329 yards. Detroit lost for the third time in four games.
Pittsburgh 24, CINCINNATI 17 - Rashard Mendenhall scored the go-ahead TD late in the third and Pittsburgh's defense came up with two interceptions in the fourth to end the Bengals' five-game win streak. Andy Dalton threw for 170 yards, two TDs and those interceptions. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for 245 yards and a TD.
St. Louis 13, CLEVELAND 12 - Rams K Josh Brown kicked the eventual game-winning FG midway through the fourth, while RB Steven Jackson ran for 128 yards. Phil Dawson accounted for all of the Browns' offense, kicking four FGs. Colt McCoy threw for 218 yards, while Chris Ogbonnaya ran for 90 yards.
DALLAS 44, Buffalo 7 - Tony Romo was nearly flawless in the first half as the Cowboys welcomed Bills coach Chan Gailey back. Romo completed his first 13 passes of the game and finished 23-for-26 with 270 yards and three TDs. Gailey went 18-14 over a two-year stint with Dallas from 1998-99, but was fired after short playoff exits.
Jacksonville 17, INDIANAPOLIS 3 - Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 114 yards and a TD, while Blaine Gabbert threw for 118 yards with a TD for the Jaguars, who won on the road for the first time this season. The Colts are winless after 10 games for the first time since 1997. The Colts totaled just 212 yards of offense.
Denver 17, KANSAS CITY 10 - Tim Tebow ran for a TD in the first quarter and threw a long TD to Eric Decker in the fourth, helping the Broncos overcome injuries for the win. Tebow completed just 2-of-8 passes. Matt Cassel threw for just 93 yards and a TD for Kansas City, which has scored just 13 points in its last two contests -- both losses.
MIAMI 20 , Washington 9 - After earning their first win last week, the Dolphins finally gave their fans something to cheer about as Reggie Bush ran for two TDs and the defense kept Washington out of the end zone to help snap a seven-game home losing streak. Washington has lost five in a row for the first time in more than 10 years.
Arizona 21, PHILADELPHIA 17 - Larry Fitzgerald caught two TD, while Philadelphia blew a fourth-quarter lead for the fifth time this season. The Cardinals snapped an 11-game road losing streak. Arizona trailed 14-7 after three quarters, but rallied behind QB John Skelton, who made his second straight start for the injured Kevin Kolb.
Houston 37, TAMPA BAY 9 - Arian Foster totaled 186 yards from scrimmage and scored twice as the Texans won their fourth straight. Josh Freeman completed just 15-of-35 passes for 170 yards with a TD and three picks for the Bucs, who've lost three in a row. Houston outgained the Buccaneers 420-231 as they head into the bye week.
Tennessee 30, CAROLINA 3 - Chris Johnson gained a season-high 130 yards and ran for a TD, while Matt Hasselbeck threw for 219 yards and one TD for Tennessee, which has won two of its last three games. QB Cam Newton was limited to 212 yards on 23-of-40 passing for the Panthers. He also threw one interception.
SEATTLE 22, Baltimore 17 - Marshawn Lynch ran for 109 yards and a TD and picked up three critical first downs down the stretch to lift the Seahawks to an upset win. The Seahawks ran the final 5:52 off the clock to snap a three- game losing skid. Ravens QB Joe Flacco was 29-of-52 for 255 yards with a TD and an interception.
SAN FRANCISCO 27, NY Giants 20 - DE Justin Smith batted down Eli Manning's fourth-down pass late to preserve the 49ers' win. It was San Francisco's seventh straight victory, the club's best run since it ripped off 11 straight victories in 1997 season, and despite RB Frank Gore having zero rushing yards on six carries..
New England 37, NY JETS 16 - Tom Brady tossed for 329 yards and three TDs, two to Rob Gronkowski. The win also moved Brady and Bill Belichick past Hall of Famers Dan Marino and Don Shula for most wins by a QB-head coach duo in the Super Bowl era with 117. Andre Carter recorded a franchise record 4 1/2 sacks.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 14
GREEN BAY 45, Minnesota 7
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           6  3 0   .667 218 211 New England         6  3 0   .667 259 200
Dallas              5  4 0   .556 223 182 NY Jets             5  4 0   .556 215 200
Philadelphia        3  6 0   .333 220 203 Buffalo             5  4 0   .556 226 214
Washington          3  6 0   .333 136 178 Miami               2  7 0   .222 158 178
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           9  0 0  1.000 320 186 Pittsburgh          7  3 0   .700 220 189
Detroit             6  3 0   .667 253 184 Cincinnati          6  3 0   .667 222 164
Chicago             6  3 0   .667 237 187 Baltimore           6  3 0   .667 225 152
Minnesota           2  7 0   .222 179 244 Cleveland           3  6 0   .333 131 183
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         7  3 0   .700 313 228 Houston             7  3 0   .700 273 166
Atlanta             5  4 0   .556 212 196 Tennessee           5  4 0   .556 186 172
Tampa Bay           4  5 0   .444 156 233 Jacksonville        3  6 0   .333 115 166
Carolina            2  7 0   .222 190 237 Indianapolis        0 10 0   .000 131 300
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       8  1 0   .889 233 148 Oakland             5  4 0   .556 204 230
Arizona             3  6 0   .333 183 213 San Diego           4  5 0   .444 216 228
Seattle             3  6 0   .333 144 202 Kansas City         4  5 0   .444 141 218
St. Louis           2  7 0   .222 113 223 Denver              4  5 0   .444 188 234
WEEK ELEVEN (Bye - Indianapolis, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Houston
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17
DENVER 17, NY Jets 13 - Tim Tebow's 20-yard TD run in the final minute gave Denver its third straight win. Tebow completed just 9-of-20 passes for 104 yards, but led a 95-yard drive in the closing minutes for the decisive score. Mark Sanchez threw for 252 yards for the Jets, but also had an interception returned for a touchdown.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20
GREEN BAY 35, Tampa Bay 26
CLEVELAND 14, Jacksonville 10 - Josh Cribbs scored the game-winning TD early in the fourth, while the Browns defense stood tall on the final two plays. The Jags got down to the one-yard line with eight seconds to play. Blaine Gabbert threw an incompletion, and then on the final play, Gabbert's pass again fell incomplete as time expired.
DETROIT 49, Carolina 35 - Matthew Stafford threw for five TDs, including the game-winner with less than three minutes left, while Kevin Smith, who was signed on November 11, ran for a career-high 140 yards with two TDs. Cam Newton threw four interceptions for Carolina but ran for two TDs in Carolina's 12th straight road defeat.
MIAMI 35, Buffalo 8 - The Dolphins won their third straight, as QB Matt Moore threw for 160 yards with three TDs and Reggie Bush ran for a TD, while the defense kept its opponent out of the end zone for a third straight game. Buffalo has been outscored 106-26 during a three-game skid and have also dropped five of seven games.
Oakland 27, MINNESOTA 21 - Carson Palmer threw for a TD and ran for another for the Raiders, who have won their last two. Oakland intercepted Minnesota QB Christian Ponder three times, including once in the end zone. The Vikings dropped their second consecutive game and lost running back Adrian Peterson to an ankle injury.
Dallas 27, WASHINGTON 24 (OT) - Tony Romo threw two fourth quarter TDs and Dan Bailey nailed a 39-yard FG in overtime for Dallas, which won its third straight game. Rex Grossman threw for 289 yards and two TDs for Washington, but Graham Gano missed a 52-yarder FG in the OT to hand the Redskins their sixth straight loss.
BALTIMORE 31, Cincinnati 24 - The Ravens intercepted Andy Dalton three times, turning two into TDs, and stopped the rookie QB a final drive. Ray Rice rushed for two TDs and Joe Flacco passed for a pair, leading Baltimore to the win, and they played without LB Ray Lewis who missed a game for the first time since 2007.
SAN FRANCISCO 23, Arizona 7 - Alex Smith passed for 267 yards and two TDs as the 49ers won an eighth straight game for the first time in 14 years. David Akers kicked three FGs for San Francisco, but also had two blocked and missed another. Cards QB John Skelton was just 6-of-19 for 99 yards with three interceptions.
Seattle 24, ST. LOUIS 7 - Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett ran for TDs in the second half, while Tarvaris Jackson completed 14-of-24 passes for 148 yards with one TD for the Seahawks, who have won two straight. Rams QB  Sam Bradford threw for 181 yards and one TD, but RB Steven Jackson was limited to 42 yards.
CHICAGO 31, San Diego 20 - Jay Cutler threw for 286 yards and two TDs while rushing for another TD, but it 
appears his season could be over as he broke his right thumb. WR Johnny Knox posted 97 yards and a TD on only three receptions for the Bears, who have won five straight The Chargers lost their fifth straight.
ATLANTA 23, Tennessee 17 - Matt Ryan threw for 316 yards and a TD, as the Falcons withstood a late charge from the Titans. QB Jake Locker replaced an injured Matt Hasselbeck late in the third and threw a pair of TD passes for the Titans, but received little help from the maligned Chris Johnson, who had 13 yards on 12 carries.
Philadelphia 17, NY GIANTS 10 - Vince Young, playing for injured QB Michael Vick, engineered an 18- play, 80- yard drive, hitting Riley Cooper for the winning TD. The Giants received the ball back with 2:45 left, but Eli Manning fumbled the ball away on a Jason Babin sack. Young passed for 258 yards, two TDs and three interceptions.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 21
NEW ENGLAND 34, Kansas City 3 - Tom Brady threw two TD passes to TE Rob Gronkowski. BenJarvus Green-Ellis gained 81 yards on 20 carries. Chiefs QB Tyler Palko, a 28-year-old who had thrown just 13 NFL passes, made his first career start in place of  Matt Cassel and threw three interceptions, including a pair by Kyle Arrington.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           6  4 0   .600 228 228 New England         7  3 0   .700 293 203
Dallas              6  4 0   .600 250 206 Buffalo             5  5 0   .500 234 249
Philadelphia        4  6 0   .400 237 213 NY Jets             5  5 0   .500 228 217
Washington          3  7 0   .300 160 205 Miami               3  7 0   .300 193 186
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY          10  0 0  1.000 355 212 Pittsburgh          7  3 0   .700 220 189
Detroit             7  3 0   .700 302 219 Baltimore           7  3 0   .700 256 176
Chicago             7  3 0   .700 268 207 Cincinnati          6  4 0   .600 246 195
Minnesota           2  8 0   .200 200 271 Cleveland           4  6 0   .400 145 193
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         7  3 0   .700 313 228 Houston             7  3 0   .700 273 166
Atlanta             6  4 0   .600 235 213 Tennessee           5  5 0   .500 203 195
Tampa Bay           4  6 0   .400 182 268 Jacksonville        3  7 0   .300 125 180
Carolina            2  8 0   .200 225 286 Indianapolis        0 10 0   .000 131 300
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       9  1 0   .900 256 155 Oakland             6  4 0   .600 231 251
Seattle             4  6 0   .400 168 209 Denver              5  5 0   .500 295 247
Arizona             3  7 0   .300 190 236 Kansas City         4  6 0   .400 144 252
St. Louis           2  8 0   .200 120 247 San Diego           4  6 0   .400 236 259
WEEK TWELVE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24
Green Bay 27, DETROIT 15 - 
DALLAS 20, Miami 19 - Dan Bailey kicked a 28-yard FG as time expired lifted Dallas to a fourth straight win after QB Tony Romo, who improved to 5-0 on Thanksgiving, overcame a pair of first-quarter interceptions to throw two TD passes to Laurent Robinson. Matt Moore threw for 288 yards and a TD for Miami, who had won three in a row.
BALTIMORE 16, San Francisco 6 - Dennis Pitta's first career TD proved to be the difference and the Ravens tied a franchise record with nine sacks, Terrell Suggs had three, in the first-ever meeting of NFL head-coach brothers. Joe Flacco threw the TD to Pitta on the first play of the fourth. San Francisco could have clinched the NFC West.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27
ATLANTA 24, Minnesota 14 - Matt Ryan threw his third TD pass in the fourth to give Atlanta some cushion, and the defense followed with a goal-line stand for the win after racing out to a 17-0 halftime lead. Christian Ponder and the Vikings' offense overcame that slow start thanks to a long TD pass early in the fourth to Percy Harvin.
CINCINNATI 23, Cleveland 20 - A.J. Green's 51-yard catch set up Mike Nugent's game-winning FG in the final minute, lifting the Bengals to the win. The kick came after Cleveland's Phil Dawson missed a 55- yarder at the other end on a bad snap. Browns QB Colt McCoy passed for 151 yards, two TDs and an interception
TENNESSEE 23, Tampa Bay 17 - Chris Johnson ran for a season-high 190 yards and Damian Williams caught a go-ahead, two-yard TD pass late in the fourth as the Titans prevailed in a wild game that saw nine turnovers.
LeGarrette Blount ran for 103 yards on 20 carries, but fumbled twice for the Bucs, who have lost five straight.
Carolina 27, INDIANAPOLIS 19 - Sherrod Martin's interception with 35 seconds remaining sealed Carolina's win.
DeAngelo Williams ran for 69 yards and two TDs for the Panthers, who snapped a 12-game road skid. The Colts are off to their first 0-11 start since 1986, although Reggie Wayne caught five passes for 122 yards and a TD.
Arizona 23, ST. LOUIS 20 - Arizona RB Beanie Wells rushed for a career-high 228 yards and a TD, passing LeShon Johnson's previous franchise record of 214 yards in 1996. Patrick Peterson returned a punt 80 yards for a TD, giving him an NFL-record four on the season. The Cardinals have won seven consecutive games in St. Louis.
NY JETS 28, Buffalo 24 - Mark Sanchez completed fewer than 50 percent of his passes and heard boos, but then cheers as he found Santonio Holmes for a 16-yard TD with 1:01 left. Sanchez set a career-high with four TD passes. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 264 yards and three TDs for Buffalo, which has dropped four straight.
Houston 20, JACKSONVILLE 13 - Rookie T.J Yates came in for Matt Leinart and led the Texans to a franchise-record fifth straight win. Making his first start since 2009, Leinart completed 10- of-13 passes for 57 yards and a TD before leaving with a shoulder injury.  Blaine Gabbert passed for 136 yards and an interception for the Jags.
OAKLAND 25, Chicago 20 - Sebastian Janikowski set a Raiders record by kicking six FGs as Oakland snapped a two-game home skid. Carson Palmer passed for 301 yards and was picked off once. Making his first NFL start, Bears QB Caleb Hanie finished with 254 yards, two TDs and three interceptions.
Washington 23, SEATTLE 17 - Rex Grossman tossed the go-ahead 50-yard TD pass to Anthony Armstrong in the fourth and finished with 314 yards, two TDs and two interceptions. Roy Helu ran for 108 yards and a TD for the Redskins, who snapped a six-game skid. Marshawn Lynch ran for 111 yards for the Seahawks and caught a TD.
New England 38, PHILADELPHIA 20 - Tom Brady threw for 361 yards and three TDs as the Patriots overcame a 10-0 deficit, thanks to Wes Welker, who caught eight balls for 115 yards and two TDs. Vince Young got the start for the Eagles and completed 26-of-48 passes for 400 yards with a TD for the Eagles, who fell to 1-5 at home.
Denver 16, SAN DIEGO 13 (OT) - Tim Tebow engineered yet another comeback for the Broncos, and Matt Prater's 37-yard FG with 29 seconds left in OT lifted Denver over the reeling Chargers, who have lost six straight. Tebow led Denver to a game-tying FG with 1:34 left in regulation to keep the Broncos in the AFC West title hunt.
Pittsburgh 13, KANSAS CITY 9 - Keenan Lewis' interception with less than a minute to go sealed the win, as the Steelers' defense forced four turnovers - three interceptions and a fumble recovery. Ben Roethlisberger, who was playing with a broken thumb in his throwing hand, completed 21-of-31 passes for 193 yards and one TD.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 28
NEW ORLEANS 49, NY Giants 24 - Drew Brees passed for 363 yards and four TDs, becoming the first player ever with four TD passes, 350 yards passing and a rushing TD on Monday Night Football. Lance Moore and Jimmy Graham each caught two TD passes for the Saints, who have won three in a row and rushed for 197 yards.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas              7  4 0   .636 270 225 New England         8  3 0   .727 331 223
NY Giants           6  5 0   .545 252 277 NY Jets             6  5 0   .545 256 241
Philadelphia        4  7 0   .364 257 251 Buffalo             5  6 0   .455 258 277
Washington          4  7 0   .364 183 222 Miami               3  8 0   .273 212 206
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY          11  0 0  1.000 382 227 Baltimore           8  3 0   .727 272 184
Chicago             7  4 0   .636 288 232 Pittsburgh          8  3 0   .727 233 198
Detroit             7  4 0   .636 317 246 Cincinnati          7  4 0   .636 269 215
Minnesota           2  9 0   .182 214 295 Cleveland           4  7 0   .364 165 216
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         8  3 0   .727 362 252 Houston             8  3 0   .727 293 179
Atlanta             7  4 0   .636 259 227 Tennessee           6  5 0   .545 226 212
Tampa Bay           4  7 0   .364 199 291 Jacksonville        3  8 0   .273 138 200
Carolina            3  8 0   .273 252 305 Indianapolis        0 11 0   .000 150 327
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       9  2 0   .818 262 171 Oakland             7  4 0   .636 256 271
Seattle             4  7 0   .364 185 232 Denver              6  5 0   .545 311 260
Arizona             4  7 0   .364 213 256 Kansas City         4  7 0   .364 153 265
St. Louis           2  9 0   .182 140 270 San Diego           4  7 0   .364 249 275
WEEK THIRTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 1
SEATTLE 31, Philadelphia 14 - Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and two TDs, as the Seahawks intercepted Vince Young four times, converting three into TDs to win for the third time in four games. The Eagles suffered their eighth loss for the first time in four years. RB LeSean McCoy scored two TDs to up his NFL-best total to 15.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 4
Green Bay 38, NY GIANTS 35
Tennessee 23, BUFFALO 17 - Chris Johnson carried the ball 23 times for 153 yards and two TDs, and now has three 100-yard games in three of the last four contests. Ryan Fitzpatrick connected on 29-of-46 passes for 288 yards and a TD for the Bills, who have dropped five straight. C.J. Spiller ran for 83 yards and a score in defeat.
Kansas City 10, CHICAGO 3 - Dexter McCluster hauled in a 38-yard Hail Mary pass at the end of the first half for the only TD. The Chiefs came in ranked last in the NFL with 13 sacks, but got to Chicago QB Caleb Hanie seven times. Hanie completed just 11-of-24 passes for 133 yards and three interceptions.
Baltimore 24, CLEVELAND 10 - Ray Rice ran for a career-high 204 yards with a TD as Baltimore kept pace with the Steelers for the top spot in the AFC North. Joe Flacco completed just 10-of-23 passes for 158 yards in the win. Colt McCoy threw for 192 yards with a touchdown and an interception on 17-of-35 passing for Cleveland.
MIAMI 34, Oakland 14 - Matt Moore threw a TD pass and ran for another as the Dolphins scored the first 34 points and won for the fourth time in their last five while also extending their home win streak to three. Reggie Bush ran for 100 yards and a TD. Miami gave up two late TDs after keeping its last two home foes out of the end zone.
Carolina 38, TAMPA BAY 19 - Panthers QB Cam Newton rushed for three TDs and threw for a fourth, to give him 13 rushing TDs, establishing a new single-season record by a QB. The previous record was held by Pats QB Steve Grogan, who ran for 12 in 1976 while playing a 14-game schedule.
NY Jets 34, WASHINGTON 19 - Shonn Greene carried the ball 22 times for 88 yards and three TDs, including two late in the fourth, to help the Jets remain two games back of New England in the AFC East. Rookie Roy Helu ran for 100 yards and a TD for the Redskins, who have lost seven of eight since the starting the season going 3-1.
HOUSTON 17, Atlanta 10 - Behind rookie QB T.J. Yates and RB Arian Foster, the Texans extended their franchise-best win streak to six. Yates, a fifth-round draft choice, threw for 188 yards and a TD. Foster carried the ball 31 times for 111 yards and a TD. QB Matt Ryan threw for 267 yards and was intercepted twice for Atlanta.
PITTSBURGH 35, Cincinnati 7 - Ben Roethlisberger threw a pair of TD passes while becoming the Steelers' all-time completions leader, with 2,026, surpassing Terry Bradshaw. Andy Dalton completed 11-of-24 passes for 135 yards and a TD for Cincinnati before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with a hip injury.
Denver 35, MINNESOTA 32 - For the second consecutive week, a Matt Prater FG delivered a Denver win, their sixth in seven games since Tim Tebow took over as starting QB. Prater kicked a 46-yard FG to tie the game late in the fourth, then booted a 23-yarder with time expiring. Tebow threw two third-quarter TDs to Demaryius Thomas.
ARIZONA 19, Dallas 13 (OT) - LaRod Stephens-Howling turned a screen pass into the game-winning 52-yard TD in overtime, while Kevin Kolb finished with 247 yards on 16-of-25 passing for Arizona, which has won four of its last five. Tony Romo passed for 299 yards and one TD for the Cowboys, who had their win streak snapped at four.
SAN FRANCISCO 26, St. Louis 0 - Frank Gore became San Francisco's all-time leading rusher, and the 49ers clinched their first NFC West title in nine years. Gore needed just 22 yards to surpass NFL Hall-of-Famer Joe Perry's all-time mark of 7,344 yards. The Rams were outgained in total yards, 389-157.
NEW ENGLAND 31, Indianapolis 24 - Rob Gronkowski caught two TD passes and ran for another TD, as he tied Vernon Davis (2009) and Antonio Gates (2004) for the league's single-season record for receiving TDs by a TE with 13.  Tom Brady had 293 yards on 29-of-38 passing for New England, while Wes Welker had 11 receptions.
NEW ORLEANS 31, Detroit 17 - Drew Brees threw for 342 yards and three TDs for the Saints, who have won four in a row. The Lions were playing without suspended DT Ndamukong Suh and racked up 11 penalties for 107 yards. Matthew Stafford threw for 408 yards with a TD. Detroit has dropped five of its last seven after starting 5-0.
MONDAY DECEMBER 5
San Diego 38, JACKSONVILLE 14 - Philip Rivers threw for 294 yards and three TDs and Ryan Mathews ran for 112 yards and a TD as the Chargers improved to 16-2 in December under Norv Turner and snapped a six-game losing streak. The coaching debut of Mel Tucker was not a pleasant one for the Jaguars, who gave up 433 yards.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas              7  5 0   .583 283 244 New England         9  3 0   .750 362 247
NY Giants           6  6 0   .500 287 315 NY Jets             7  5 0   .583 290 260
Philadelphia        4  8 0   .333 271 282 Buffalo             5  7 0   .417 275 300
Washington          4  8 0   .333 202 256 Miami               4  8 0   .333 246 220
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
Z-GREEN BAY        12  0 0  1.000 420 262 Pittsburgh          9  3 0   .750 268 205
Detroit             7  5 0   .583 334 277 Baltimore           9  3 0   .750 296 194
Chicago             7  5 0   .583 291 242 Cincinnati          7  5 0   .417 276 250
Minnesota           2 10 0   .167 246 330 Cleveland           4  8 0   .333 175 240
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         9  3 0   .750 393 269 Houston             9  3 0   .750 310 189
Atlanta             7  5 0   .583 269 244 Tennessee           7  5 0   .583 249 229
Tampa Bay           4  8 0   .333 218 329 Jacksonville        3  9 0   .250 152 238
Carolina            4  8 0   .333 290 324 Indianapolis        0 12 0   .000 174 358
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Z-San Francisco    10  2 0   .833 288 171 Oakland             7  5 0   .583 270 305
Seattle             5  7 0   .417 216 246 Denver              7  5 0   .583 346 292
Arizona             5  7 0   .417 232 269 Kansas City         5  7 0   .417 163 268
St. Louis           2 10 0   .167 140 296 San Diego           5  7 0   .417 287 289
Z-Clinched division title                 X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FOURTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 8
PITTSBURGH 14, Cleveland 3 - Ben Roethlisberger played through an injured ankle in the second half to help the Steelers jump to the top of the AFC North. Roethlisberger finished the game 16-for-21 with 280 yards and two TDs. Colt McCoy went 18-for-35 with 209 yards and two picks for the Browns, who have lost their past three.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 11
GREEN BAY 46, Oakland 16
Houston 20, CINCINNATI 19 - The Texans clinched the first playoff berth in franchise history, as QB T.J. Yates completed a six-yard pass to Kevin Walter with two seconds to play. It was the Texans' seventh in a row, clinched the AFC South shortly afterward, when the Titans lost to the Saints, and have done it with three quarterbacks.
DETROIT 34, Minnesota 28 - Stephen Tulloch recovered a fumble for a TD two minutes into the game, Alphonso Smith returned an interception for a TD in the second quarter, and the Lions defense came through on the last play - with the Vikings at the one with nine seconds to go, DE Cliff Avril pressured QB Joe Webb, who fumbled.
New Orleans 22, TENNESSEE 17 - Drew Brees threw a pair of TD passes to Marques Colston in the fourth, and New Orleans' defense came up with two late stands. Brees completed 36-of-46 passes for 337 yards. Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck injured his left calf, and Jake Locker connected on 13-of-29 passes for 282 yards and a TD.
Philadelphia 26, MIAMI 10 - The return of Michael Vick appeared to breathe life into the listless Eagles, who scored all of their points in the second quarter, thanks mostly to three Miami turnovers. Philadelphia came in with an NFL-worst 29 giveaways and a minus-13 turnover ratio. The defense also had with nine sacks and a safety.
NY JETS 37, Kansas City 10 - Mark Sanchez threw two TD passes and ran for two more, while Shonn Greene ran for a season-high 129 yards and a TD for the Jets, who won their third straight. Tyler Palko ended with 195 yards, one TD and an interception for Kansas City, which hasn't scored more than 10 points in its last six games.
New England 34, WASHINGTON 27 - Rob Gronkowski set a new record with two more TD receptions, as the Pats survived a late charge to earn their first-ever win in the nation's capital. Gronkowski set the record for most TD receptions by a TE in a single season with his 14th in the first. He also had a 37-yard TD catch in the third.
Atlanta 31, CAROLINA 23 - Julio Jones caught two fourth-quarter TD passes from Matt Ryan, one a 75-yarder to finish off the Falcons'  comeback. Atlanta scored 24 straight points after trailing by 16 at halftime. Ryan threw for 320 yards and four TDs, while Carolina QB Cam Newton finished with 276 yards, two TDs and two interceptions.
JACKSONVILLE 41, Tampa Bay 14 - Maurice Jones-Drew accounted for four of Jacksonville's six TDs. With the four scores, Jones-Drew has 73 career TDs, establishing a new franchise record. The Jaguars snapped a three-game losing streak and earned their first win under interim head coach Mel Tucker.
BALTIMORE 24, Indianapolis 10 - Joe Flacco threw for 227 yards and two TDs as the Ravens snapped an eight-game losing streak to Indianapolis. The Baltimore defense held the Colts to 167 yards, as they lost their 14th in a row - the longest stretch since the franchise, then in Baltimore, dropped 14 straight during the 1981 season.
ARIZONA 21, San Francisco 19 - Andre Roberts caught the game-winning TD early in the fourth, while Larry Fitzgerald caught seven passes for 149 yards and a TD and went over the 1,000-yard mark for the sixth time in his career and fifth straight season.  David Akers kicked four FGs for the 49ers, who have already won the NFC West.
DENVER 13, Chicago 10 (OT) - Matt Prater kicked two FGs over 50 yards, the last one a 51-yarder with 8:34 left in OT to send Denver to its sixth straight win. QB Tim Tebow improved to 7-1 as starter and helped them move into first in the AFC West. He led them back from a 10-0 fourth quarter deficit .The Bears have lost three in a row.
SAN DIEGO 37, Buffalo 10 - Philip Rivers threw two of his three TD passes to Antonio Gates, and completed 24-of-33 passes for 240 yards for the Chargers. Ryan Mathews ran for 114 yards for San Diego, which improved to 17-2 in December under coach Norv Turner. Mathews has rushed for over 100 yards in three straight games.
NY Giants 37, DALLAS 34 - Brandon Jacobs scored his second TD with 46 seconds left and New York blocked a FG at the end of the game, escaping with a piece of first place in the division. Eli Manning passed for 400 yards and two TDs, while the Cowboys lost rookie sensation RB DeMarco Murray to a broken ankle in the first quarter.
MONDAY DECEMBER 12
SEATTLE 30, St. Louis 13 - Marshawn Lynch ran for 115 yards and a TD as the Seahawks kept their fledgling playoff hopes alive with their fourth win in their past five games. The Rams have fallen into a tie at the bottom of the NFC with the Vikings as they have dropped their past four games.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           7  6 0   .538 324 349 New England        10  3 0   .769 396 274
Dallas              7  6 0   .538 317 281 NY Jets             8  5 0   .615 327 270
Philadelphia        5  8 0   .385 297 292 Buffalo             5  8 0   .385 285 337
Washington          4  9 0   .308 229 290 Miami               4  9 0   .308 256 246
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
Z-GREEN BAY        13  0 0  1.000 466 278 Pittsburgh         10  3 0   .769 282 208
Detroit             8  5 0   .615 368 305 Baltimore          10  3 0   .769 320 204
Chicago             7  6 0   .538 301 255 Cincinnati          7  6 0   .538 295 270
Minnesota           2 11 0   .154 274 364 Cleveland           4  9 0   .308 178 254
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
X-New Orleans      10  3 0   .769 415 286 Z-Houston          10  3 0   .769 330 208
Atlanta             8  5 0   .615 300 267 Tennessee           7  6 0   .538 266 251
Tampa Bay           4  9 0   .308 232 370 Jacksonville        4  9 0   .308 193 252
Carolina            4  9 0   .308 313 355 Indianapolis        0 13 0   .000 184 382
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Z-San Francisco    10  3 0   .769 307 192 Denver              8  5 0   .615 359 302
Arizona             6  7 0   .462 253 288 Oakland             7  6 0   .538 286 351
Seattle             6  7 0   .462 246 259 San Diego           6  7 0   .462 324 299
St. Louis           2 11 0   .154 153 326 Kansas City         5  8 0   .385 173 305
Z-Clinched division title                 X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK FIFTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 15
ATLANTA 41, Jacksonville 14 - Matt Ryan and Roddy White hooked up on two TD and the Falcons put up the first 41 points to cruise to their fourth win in five games. John Abraham had 3 1/2 sacks and forced a fumble that led to a TD to highlight an Atlanta defense that held the Jaguars to 207 yards, most coming in the fourth quarter.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 17
Dallas 31, TAMPA BAY 15 - Tony Romo threw for three first-half TDs and ran for another as Dallas dealt Tampa Bay its eighth consecutive loss, their first eight-game skid in a single season since 1987. Romo, who hasn't been picked off in his last three games, completed 23-of-30 passes for 249 yards. Felix Jones rushed for 108 yards.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18
KANSAS CITY 19, Green Bay 14
Seattle 38, CHICAGO 14 - Marshawn Lynch rushed for 42 yards and two TDs, as Seattle used a big second half to win their third in a row. Lynch became Seattle's first 1,000-yard rusher since Shaun Alexander in 2005. Caleb Hanie passed for for 111 yards, a TD and three interceptions for the Bears, who have dropped four straight.
INDIANAPOLIS 27, Tennessee 13 - Donald Brown ran for 161 yards, including an 80-yard TD to put the game away, as the Colts earned their first win and first without Peyton Manning under center since December 14, 1997. Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck tried to gut it out with a bum ankle and threw for 223 yards with two interceptions.
Cincinnati 20, ST. LOUIS 13 - Cedric Benson and Bernard Scott both ran for TDs in the second half for the playoff-hopeful Bengals, who avoided a third straight loss. With QB Sam Bradford out with a high ankle sprain, Kellen Clemens made his first start since 2009, when he was a member of the Jets, but the Rams lost their fifth straight.
New Orleans 42, MINNESOTA 20 - Drew Brees threw for 412 yards and five TDs to lead the Saints. He also went over the 300-yard mark for the 11th time this season, breaking his own record of 10 set in 2008. The Saints have won six straight games. The Vikings lost their sixth straight game, the first time that's happened since 1984.
Washington 23, NY GIANTS 10 - Needing a victory to tie Dallas atop the NFC East standings, the Giants instead suffered a demoralizing defeat, as Eli Manning threw three interceptions. New York fell for the fifth time in six games. Rex Grossman threw for 185 yards and a touchdown and Graham Gano hit three FGs for the Redskins.
Carolina 28, HOUSTON 13 - Rookie QB Cam Newton threw two TD passes and added 55 rushing yards for Carolina , which has won three of its last four games. Rookie T.J. Yates finished with 212 passing yards and two costly interceptions for the Texans, who had their franchise-best winning streak snapped at seven games.
Miami 30, BUFFALO 23 - Reggie Bush carried the ball 25 times for 203 yards and a TD, as the Dolphins won in
Todd Bowles' first game as interim head coach. Matt Moore completed 10-of-20 passes for 217 yards and two TDs for the Dolphins, who have won five of seven since an 0-7 start. Buffalo has lost seven in a row.
Detroit 28, OAKLAND 27 - Calvin Johnson caught nine passes for a career-high 214 yards and two TDs, including a six-yarder with 39 seconds remaining to lift the Lions. Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski tried a 65-yard FG as time expired, but it was blocked. The Lions have won two in a row to keep pace in the NFC playoff race.
New England 41, DENVER 23 - Tom Brady watched the resurgent Broncos score on their first three possessions, then led the Patriots to 27 straight points to clinch the AFC East for the ninth time in 11 years. Tim Tebow, the  catalyst behind the Broncos' 7-1 run, had two rushing TDs and threw for 194 yards on 11-of-22 passing.
PHILADELPHIA 45, NY Jets 19 - LeSean McCoy broke the Eagles single-season TD record and Michael Vick threw for 274 yards and a TD, while Jason Babin had three sacks, becoming just the 10th player ever to record at least three sacks in back-to-back games. The Jets are now tied with the Bengals for the final AFC wild-card spot.
ARIZONA 20, Cleveland 17 (OT) - Jay Feely connected on the game-winning 22-yard FG in OT for Arizona, which
has won four straight regular season games for the first time since 1999. Peyton Hillis ran for a season-high 99 yards and a TD, while Greg Little has five catches for 131 yards and a TD for the Browns, losers of four in a row.
SAN DIEGO 34, Baltimore 14 - Philip Rivers threw for 270 yards and a TD, and Ryan Mathews rushed for 90 yards and two TDs in the Chargers'  third straight victory after a six-game losing streak. QB Joe Flacco went 23-for-34 for 226 yards and two scores, but was intercepted twice as the Ravens had their four-game win streak snapped. 
MONDAY DECEMBER 19
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Pittsburgh 3 - Alex Smith threw for 187 yards and a TD, while Frank Gore ran for 65 yards and a TD for the 49ers, who stayed in contention for a first-round bye. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger was picked off three times and lost a fumble. The game was twice delayed because of power outages in the Bay area.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas              8  6 0   .571 348 296 Z-New England      11  3 0   .785 437 297
NY Giants           7  7 0   .500 307 315 NY Jets             8  6 0   .571 346 315
Philadelphia        6  8 0   .429 342 311 Buffalo             5  9 0   .357 308 367
Washington          5  9 0   .357 252 300 Miami               5  9 0   .357 286 269
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
Z-GREEN BAY        13  1 0   .929 480 297 X-Pittsburgh       10  4 0   .714 285 228
Detroit             9  5 0   .643 396 332 X-Baltimore        10  4 0   .714 334 238
Chicago             7  7 0   .500 314 293 Cincinnati          8  6 0   .571 315 283
Minnesota           2 12 0   .143 294 406 Cleveland           4 10 0   .286 195 274
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
X-New Orleans      11  3 0   .785 457 306 Z-Houston          10  4 0   .714 343 236
Atlanta             9  5 0   .643 341 281 Tennessee           7  7 0   .500 279 278
Carolina            5  9 0   .357 341 368 Jacksonville        4 10 0   .286 207 293
Tampa Bay           4 10 0   .286 247 401 Indianapolis        1 13 0   .071 211 395
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Z-San Francisco    11  3 0   .785 327 195 Denver              8  6 0   .571 382 343
Seattle             7  7 0   .500 284 273 Oakland             7  7 0   .500 313 379
Arizona             7  7 0   .500 273 305 San Diego           7  7 0   .500 358 313
St. Louis           2 12 0   .143 166 346 Kansas City         6  8 0   .429 192 319
Z-Clinched division title                 X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SIXTEEN
THURSDAY DECEMBER 22
INDIANAPOLIS 19, Houston 16 - Dan Orlovsky guided a 12-play, 78-yard march that ended with Reggie Wayne hauling in a one-yard TD pass with 19 seconds left. A loss would have guaranteed the Colts the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Houston has never won in Indianapolis, falling to 0-10 there.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 24
BUFFALO 40, Denver 14 - The Bills picked off Tim Tebow four times, two of which were returned for TDs on consecutive plays in the fourth. Jairus Byrd and Spencer Johnson each took back interceptions for TDs and Leodis McKelvin returned a punt 80 yards for a TD to help the Bills end a seven-game losing streak.
CINCINNATI 23, Arizona 16 - The Bengals' victory over the Cardinals will be remembered by the image of Jerome Simpson soaring over a defender with a full forward somersault to get into the end zone to put Cincinnati ahead of a host of 8-7 teams aiming for the last AFC playoff spot. Arizona QB John Skelton was picked off three times.
Minnesota 33, WASHINGTON 26 - After losing RB Adrian Peterson and QB Christian Ponder on the first two plays of the second half, Toby Gerhart came in and rushed for 109 yards, while Joe Webb threw for 84 yards and two TDs as the Vikings snapped a six-game losing streak, their worst skid since the 1984 campaign.
CAROLINA 48, Tampa Bay 16 - Cam Newton broke Peyton Manning's NFL rookie passing record, throwing for 171 yards and three TDs. Newton needed just 18 yards to break Manning's record of 3,739 yards. The Bucs turned the ball over four times en route to their ninth straight loss. Josh Freeman threw for 274 yards and a TD.
BALTIMORE 20, Cleveland 14 - Joe Flacco threw a pair of TD passes for the Ravens, who recorded their first-ever perfect regular season at home. Ray Rice ran for 87 yards and caught three passes for 48 yards and a TD. Seneca Wallace threw for 147 yards and a TD for the Browns, who have lost eight in a row to the Ravens.
TENNESSEE 23, Jacksonville 17 - Matt Hasselbeck overcame a pair of interceptions to throw for 350 yards and a TD as the Titans. Maurice Jones-Drew gained 103 yards on 24 carries with one touchdown for the Jaguars. Rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert finished with 198 passing yards and one interception in defeat. 
Oakland 16, KANSAS CITY 13 (OT) - Sebastian Janikowski kicked three FGs, including the 36-yard game-winner in OT, while Carson Palmer threw for 237 yards and one TD but was intercepted twice, as the Raiders moved into a tie atop the AFC West  with Denver. Chiefs QB Kyle Orton passed for 300 yards, one TD and two picks.
NEW ENGLAND 27, Miami 24 - Tom Brady threw three second-half TDs, as New England erased a 17-0 halftime deficit to record their seventh consecutive win and secure a first-round bye. Matt Moore threw three TD passes for Miami, including a 15-yarder to Davone Bess with 1:48 to play, but the AFC East champs ran out the clock.
NY Giants 29, NY JETS 14 - Victor Cruz had a 99-yard TD reception in the second quarter and Ahmad Bradshaw ran for two TDs in the second half, helping the Giants stay in contention for the NFC East title. Eli Manning completed only 9-of-27 throws, but the Giants' defense held off Mark Sanchez and the Jets in the fourth quarter. 
PITTSBURGH 27, St. Louis 0 - Rashard Mendenhall rushed for 116 yards and a TD and Charlie Batch played well in place of Ben Roethlisberger as the Steelers won for the fifth time in six games. Sam Bradford missed his fifth game of the season for the Rams, and Kellen Clemens passed for just 91 yards on 9-of-24 completions.
DETROIT 38, San Diego 10 - Matthew Stafford threw for 373 yards and three TDs as Detroit locked up its first playoff berth since 1999 and posted a double-digit win total for the first time since 1995. Philip Rivers completed 28-of-53 passes for 299 yards and one TD for the Chargers, who were eliminated from playoff contention. 
San Francisco 19, SEATTLE 17 - David Akers kicked four FGs, including the game-winning 39-yarder late in the fourth to give him 42 FGs, establishing a new NFL record. Seattle RB Marshawn Lynch had the first rushing TD the 49ers have given up this season and the first 100-yard rushing game they've allowed in the past 36 contests. 
Philadelphia 20, DALLAS 7 - With a Giants victory over the Jets earlier, Philadelphia's playoff hopes were dashed, but Michael Vick threw for 293 yards and two TDs as the Eagles won their third straight. Tony Romo left the game on Dallas' opening series with a right-hand contusion and was replaced by Stephen McGee.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 25
GREEN BAY 35, Chicago 21
MONDAY DECEMBER 26
NEW ORLEANS 45, Atlanta 17 - Drew Brees broke the NFL record for most passing yards in a season and led the Saints to the NFC South title. Dan Marino threw for 5,084 yards in 1984. Brees has 5,087. He hit Darren Sproles, Marques Colston, Jimmy Graham and Robert Meachem for TDs in New Orleans'  seventh straight win. 
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Dallas              8  7 0   .533 355 316 Z-New England      12  3 0   .800 464 321
NY Giants           8  7 0   .533 336 329 NY Jets             8  7 0   .533 360 344
Philadelphia        7  8 0   .467 362 318 Buffalo             6  9 0   .400 348 381
Washington          5 10 0   .333 278 333 Miami               5 10 0   .333 310 296
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
Z-GREEN BAY        14  1 0   .933 515 318 X-Pittsburgh       11  4 0   .733 312 228
X-Detroit          10  5 0   .667 434 342 X-Baltimore        11  4 0   .733 354 252
Chicago             7  8 0   .467 335 328 Cincinnati          9  6 0   .600 338 299
Minnesota           3 12 0   .200 327 432 Cleveland           4 11 0   .267 209 294
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
Z-New Orleans      12  3 0   .800 502 323 Z-Houston          10  5 0   .667 359 255
X-Atlanta           9  6 0   .600 358 326 Tennessee           8  7 0   .533 302 295
Carolina            6  9 0   .400 389 384 Jacksonville        4 11 0   .267 224 316
Tampa Bay           4 11 0   .267 263 449 Indianapolis        2 13 0   .133 230 411
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Z-San Francisco    12  3 0   .800 346 212 Denver              8  7 0   .533 396 383
Seattle             7  8 0   .467 301 292 Oakland             8  7 0   .533 329 395
Arizona             7  8 0   .467 289 328 San Diego           7  8 0   .467 368 351
St. Louis           2 13 0   .133 166 373 Kansas City         6  9 0   .400 205 335
Z-Clinched division title                 X-Clinched playoff berth
WEEK SEVENTEEN
SUNDAY JANUARY 1
GREEN BAY 45, Detroit 41
San Francisco 34, ST. LOUIS 27 - The 49ers held off a late-game rally by the Rams to earn the number 2 seed in the NFC. Alex Smith threw for 219 yards and a TD as the 49ers improved by seven wins from last season, won the NFC West division for the first time since 2002 and recorded 13 victories for the first time since 1997.
MIAMI 19, NY Jets 17 - The Dolphins ended the Jets' hopes, who needed a win and help to make the playoffs for a third straight year, something never accomplished by the franchise. QB Matt Moore threw a 1-yard TD pass to Charles Clay for the go-ahead as Miami won six of its final nine and went 2-1 under interim coach Todd Bowles.
Chicago 17, MINNESOTA 13 - Charles Tillman brought back an interception 22 yards for the eventual game-winning TD in the second quarter as the Bears snapped a five-game losing skid after beginning the year 7-3. Vikings DE Jared Allen had 3 1/2 sacks to bring his season total to 22 and established a new franchise record.
NEW ENGLAND 49, Buffalo 21 - The Patriots scored 49 unanswered points to win their eighth straight and claim the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Tom Brady completed 23-of-35 passes for 338 yards and three TDs. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 307 yards and two TDs, with four interceptions, for the Bills, who fell apart after starting 4-1.
NEW ORLEANS 45, Carolina 17 - Drew Brees threw for 389 yards to add to his single-season passing record, and the Saints used a dominant second half  but wasn't able to secure a first-round bye for the playoffs. Brees, finished the season with 5,476 yards. Carolina had a four-win improvement from last season's 2-14 record.
PHILADELPHIA 34, Washington 10 - Michael Vick threw for 335 yards with three TDs as Philadelphia closed the season with four straight wins. Rex Grossman completed 22-of-45 passes for 256 yards with a TD and an interception for Washington, which closed the year losing 10 of its last 12 games following a promising 3-0 start.
JACKSONVILLE 19, Indianapolis 13 - The Colts are officially on the clock. Do they select near-consensus No. 1 Andrew Luck, or trade it away with Peyton Manning set to come back from an injury that kept him sidelined for the entire season? Jags RB Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 169 yards to capture the rushing title with 1,606 yards.
Tennessee 23, HOUSTON 22 - Nate Washington caught four passes for 92 yards and a TD, including the game-deciding 23-yard score late in the fourth for the Titans. Houston QB Jake Delhomme found Bryant Johnson for a 5-yard TD with 14 seconds left, but the snap on the 2-point converstion attempt sailed over Delhomme's head.
ARIZONA 23, Seattle 20 (OT) - Jay Feely hit the game-winning 28-yard FG in overtime. Arizona won seven of its last nine games to finish the season on a positive note. The Cardinals also won in overtime for the fourth time this season. Tarvaris Jackson threw for 222 yards, one TD and one interception for Seattle.
San Diego 38, OAKLAND 26 - Philip Rivers threw for 310 yards and three TDs as the Chargers spoiled Oakland's  AFC West title hopes by scoring on 6-of-9 possessions. San Diego won four of its last five. Carson Palmer threw for 417 yards and two TDs but the Raiders lost four of the last five and haven't been to the playoffs since 2002.
Kansas City 7, DENVER 3 - Tim Tebow and the Broncos backed into the playoffs after losing their final three games. The slide was preceded by a six-game win streak, which fueled by Tim Tebow, who threw for just 60 yards and was intercepted near midfield in the game's waning seconds, ending any hope of a miracle comeback.
ATLANTA 45, Tampa Bay 24 - Michael Turner ran for 172 yards and two TDs, and the Falcons scored the first 42 points against the Bucs to capture the No. 5 seed in the NFC playoffs. QB Josh Freeman had four turnovers to increase his season total to 27, as Tampa Bay ended this season on a 10-game skid, its longest since 1977.
Baltimore 24, CINCINNATI 16 - For the first time in five years, the Ravens will have a first-round bye in the playoffs. The Bengals backed into the playoffs after a one-year absence with some help from other teams. Ray Rice broke off TD runs of 70 and 51 yards as the Ravens captured their first AFC North title since 2006.
Pittsburgh 13, CLEVELAND 9 - Isaac Redman had the go-ahead, seven-yard TD run in the third, but the Steelers were relegated to the fifth seed in the AFC. QB Ben Roethlisberger completed 23-of-40 passes for 221 yards. Seneca Wallace completed just 16-of-41 passes for 177 yards for Cleveland, which lost its final six games.
NY GIANTS 31, Dallas 14 - The Giants are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2008, as the NFC East champions, thanks to Eli Manning throwing for 346 yards and TDs. The Cowboys head into the offseason wondering what went wrong after they lost for the fourth time in five games to miss out on the postseason.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
X-NY Giants         9  7 0   .563 367 343 Z-New England      13  3 0   .813 513 342
Dallas              8  8 0   .500 369 347 NY Jets             8  8 0   .500 377 363
Philadelphia        8  8 0   .500 396 328 Buffalo             6 10 0   .375 369 430
Washington          5 11 0   .313 288 367 Miami               6 10 0   .375 329 313
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
Z-GREEN BAY        15  1 0   .938 560 359 Z-Baltimore        12  4 0   .750 278 268
X-Detroit          10  6 0   .625 475 387 X-Pittsburgh       12  4 0   .750 325 237
Chicago             8  8 0   .500 352 341 X-Cincinnati        9  7 0   .563 354 323
Minnesota           3 13 0   .188 340 449 Cleveland           4 12 0   .250 218 307
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
Z-New Orleans      13  3 0   .813 547 340 Z-Houston          10  6 0   .625 381 278
X-Atlanta          10  6 0   .625 403 350 Tennessee           9  7 0   .563 325 317
Carolina            6 10 0   .375 406 429 Jacksonville        5 11 0   .313 243 329
Tampa Bay           4 12 0   .250 287 494 Indianapolis        2 14 0   .125 243 430
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Z-San Francisco    13  3 0   .813 380 239 Z-Denver            8  8 0   .500 399 390
Arizona             8  8 0   .500 312 348 Oakland             8  8 0   .500 355 433
Seattle             7  9 0   .438 321 315 San Diego           8  8 0   .500 406 377
St. Louis           2 14 0   .125 193 407 Kansas City         7  9 0   .438 212 338
Z-Clinched division title                 X-Clinched playoff berth
PLAYOFFS - Wild Card Playoffs
Sat Jan 7 - HOUSTON (10-6) 31, Cincinnati (9-7) 10 - While there were still two quarters left when DE J.J. Watt plucked Andy Dalton's pass out of the air and returned it for a TD, the play still seemed like a turning point.  Arian Foster rushed for 153 yards and two TDs, rookie quarterback T.J. Yates passed for a TD, and Houston pulled away in the first postseason game in franchise history.
Sat Jan 7 - NEW ORLEANS (13-3) 45, Detroit (10-6) 28 - Down 14-10 at the half, New Orleans dominated the second half as Drew Brees threw for 466 yards and three TDs on 33-of-43 passing. Detroit's Matthew Stafford tossed three TDs and ran one in while passing for 380 yards on 28-of-43 passing, but threw two interceptions in the fourth when the game was still undecided. Calvin Johnson caught 12 passes for 211 yards and two TDs.
Sun Jan 8 - NY GIANTS (9-7) 24, Atlanta (10-6) 2 - Giants QB Eli Manning threw for 277 yards and three TDs to win a home playoff game for the first time. Manning completed 23-of-32 passes, pulling New York out of an early-game funk. The Giants defense stopped Falcons QB Matt Ryan on two key 4th-and-inches plays. After the second one, Hakeem Nicks caught a 72-yard TD to give the Giants a 17-2 lead late in the third quarter. 
Sun Jan 8 - DENVER (8-8) 29, Pittsburgh (12-4) 23 (OT) - Tim Tebow and Demaryius Thomas connected for an 80-yard TD on the first play of overtime for Denver. Tebow finished with a career-high 316 passing yards on 10 completions and two TDs, and ran for another in Denver's first playoff appearance since 2005. Isaac Redman totaled a career-high 121 rushing yards, but they couldn't lead the Steelers to a decisive score late in the fourth.
Divisional Playoffs
Sat Jan 14 - SAN FRANCISCO (13-3) 36, New Orleans (14-3) 32 - Vernon Davis scored on a 14-yard catch with nine seconds left, the third TD scored in the last 2:11, coming after Alex Smith's 28-yard run gave the 49ers a 29-24 lead and Jimmy Graham's 66-yard catch put the Saints ahead 32-29. Despite forcing five turnovers, the 49ers still needed to rally twice in the final minutes to win their first playoff game since 2003.
Sat Jan 14 - NEW ENGLAND (13-3) 45, Denver (9-8) 10 - Two-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady shredded Denver's defense in a record-tying performance, while Broncos QB Tim Tebow never got on track. Brady connected on 26- of-34 throws for 363 yards and six TDs, tying the NFL record set by Daryle Lamonica and Steve Young. Tebow ended 9-of-26 for 136 yards and was sacked five times. He rushed for only 13 yards.
Sun Jan 15 - BALTIMORE (12-4) 20, Houston (11-6) 13 - The Ravens scored 17 points off four Houston giveaways to make it to the AFC championship game for the third time in franchise history and first since 2008.
Joe Flacco threw two first-quarter TD passes for Baltimore, whose only previous home playoff victory was a 21-3 wild-card win over Denver on December 31, 2000, the first step on the way to winning Super Bowl XXXV.
Sun Jan 15 - NY Giants (10-7) 37, GREEN BAY (15-1) 20
Sunday, January 22, 2012 AFC-NFC Championship Games (CBS & FOX)
Sun Jan 22 - NEW ENGLAND (14-3) 23, Baltimore (13-4) 20
Sat Jan 22 - NY Giants (11-7) 20, SAN FRANCISCO (14-3) 17 (OT)

Sunday, February 5, 2012 Super Bowl XLVI, Indianapolis, Indiana (NBC)
NEW YORK GIANTS (13-7) 21, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (15-4) 17 - Eli Manning and the New York Giants did it again, beating the New England Patriots with another game-winning drive in the Super Bowl. Ahmad Bradshaw scored on a six-yard touchdown run with 57 seconds remaining to lift the Giants to a 21-17 win on Sunday. Manning led the 88-yard drive to win the game and was named Most Valuable Player, just like he orchestrated an 83-yard drive to capture the 2008 Super Bowl over the Patriots, which ended New England's hopes of a perfect season and ended with Manning winning MVP. With time running down -- and a chance to let it tick off even further -- Bradshaw nearly sat at the half-yard line before falling back into the end zone for the touchdown. Tom Brady completed a 19-yard pass to Deion Branch on 4th-and-16, but a last-second Hail Mary pass fell incomplete in the end zone, just out of the reach of injured tight end Rob Gronkowski. Manning finished the game 30-of-40 for 296 yards and a touchdown pass to Victor Cruz in the first quarter. Brady set a Super Bowl record by completing 16 straight passes and ended 27-of-41 for 276 yards with touchdown passes to Danny Woodhead and Aaron Hernandez. But Brady failed in his attempt to win four titles in the last 11 seasons and match his idol, Joe Montana, and Terry Bradshaw with four Super Bowl wins as a quarterback.
WEEK ONE (All times Eastern)
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8
GREEN BAY 42, New Orleans 34
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
CHICAGO 30, Atlanta 12 - Jay Cutler finished with 312 yards and two TDs, Matt Forte contributed 158 total yards of offense and Brian Urlacher returned a fumble for a TD in Chicago's second straight home-opening win. Kroy Biermann returned an interception 50 yards for Atlanta's TD, as they lost in Chicago for the first time since 2005.
Cincinnati 27, CLEVELAND 17 - Bengals rookie WR A.J. Green caught a 41-yard TD pass from Bruce Gradkowski late in the fourth for the lead. Gradkowski spelled injured rookie QB Andy Dalton to begin the second half. Colt McCoy threw for 213 yards and two TDs for the Browns, playing their first game under head coach Pat Shurmur.
Buffalo 41, KANSAS CITY 7 - Ryan Fitzpatrick matched a personal best with four TD passes, Fred Jackson rushed for 112 yards as Buffalo won its opener after losing eight straight to start the 2010 campaign. Matt Cassel completed 22-of-36 passes for 119 yards with one TD and one interception for the Chiefs.
Philadelphia 31, ST. LOUIS 13 - Michael Vick threw for 187 yards and two TDs while running for 98 yards, leading the Eagles to the won. LeSean McCoy added 122 rushing yards and another TD. The Rams saw QB Sam Bradford (hand), RB Steven Jackson (quadriceps) and WR Danny Amendola (dislocated left elbow) all go down.
JACKSONVILLE 16, Tennessee 14 - Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 97 yards and a TD for the Jaguars, while Luke McCown made his first start since December 2007 after the sudden release of David Garrard earlier this week. Matt Hasselbeck, in his first game as Tennessee's QB, tossed an interception in the final minute to seal the loss.
BALTIMORE 35, Pittsburgh 7 - Joe Flacco passed for 224 yards and three TDs and a swarming defense forced seven turnovers, as Baltimore scored more points against Pittsburgh than it ever has in 34 games in the regular season or playoffs, getting 21 from turnovers. They intercepted Ben Roethlisberger three times.
HOUSTON 34, Indianapolis 7 - Matt Schaub threw for 220 yards and one TD as the Texans turned two  turnovers into a pair of first-quarter TDs and built a 34-0 halftime lead en route to their second straight season-opening win over the Colts, playing without the injured Peyton Manning. Ben Tate ran for 116 yards and a TD for Houston.
Detroit 27, TAMPA BAY 20 - Matthew Stafford passed for 305 yards and three TDs, two of which went to Calvin Johnson, as the Lions opened the season with a win for the first time since 2007. Bucs QB Josh Freeman went 28-for-43 with 257 yards, one TD and one interception. Mike Williams caught the touchdown for the Buccaneers.
WASHINGTON 28, NY Giants 14 - Rex Grossman threw for 305 yards and two TDs against a patchwork Giants defense, and Ryan Kerrigan returned an interception for a TD, as Washington bounced back from deficits of 7-0 and 14-7 in the first half. Giants QB Eli Manning passed for 268 yards, while Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 44 yards.
ARIZONA 28, Carolina 21 - Rookie DB Patrick Peterson returned a punt 89 yards for the go-ahead score for the Cardinals and overshadowed the debut of No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton, who threw for 422 yards and two TDs for the Panthers, but ended a rally when he failed to convert a 4th-and-5 from the Arizona 11 in the final minutes
SAN DIEGO 24, Minnesota 17 - FB Mike Tolbert accounted for three TDs, including the go-ahead score in the fourth for the Chargers. Tolbert rushed for one TD and caught two from Philip Rivers, who finished with 335 yards on 33-of-48 passing. Percy Harvin gave the Vikings the lead with a 103-yard return on the game's opening kickoff.
SAN FRANCISCO 33, Seattle 17 - Ted Ginn Jr. picked up San Francisco's anemic offense with two scintillating special teams TDs late in Jim Harbaugh's debut as head coach. Seattle pulled within 19-17 with four minutes to go before Ginn returned a kickoff 102 yards for a score. He took a punt 55 yards to the end zone a short time later.
NY JETS 27, Dallas 24 - Darrelle Revis' late interception led to Nick Folk's game-winning 50-yard FG with 27 seconds left, as the Jets scored the final 17 points. QB Mark Sanchez completed 26-of-44 passes for 335 yards and two TDs. Dallas had an all-time record of 241-0-1 when leading by 14-or-more points in the fourth quarter.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12
New England 38, MIAMI 24 - Tom Brady threw for a team-record 517 yards and four TDs, the fifth-most passing yards in an NFL game and the most on Monday Night, and completed a 99-yard TD pass to Wes Welker. New England had 622 total yards. The Dolphins got 416 yards passing from Chad Henne.
Oakland 23, DENVER 20 - Jason Campbell passed for two TDs and Sebastian Janikowski matched an NFL record by kicking a 63-yard FG, helping Oakland to a win under new head coach Hue Jackson and their first season-opening win since 2002. Eric Decker had a TD punt return for Denver in the debut of their coach John Fox.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington          1  0 0  1.000  28  14 Buffalo             1  0 0  1.000  41   7
Philadelphia        1  0 0  1.000  31  13 New England         1  0 0  1.000  38  24
Dallas              0  1 0   .000  24  27 NY Jets             1  0 0  1.000  27  24
NY Giants           0  1 0   .000  14  28 Miami               0  1 0   .000  24  38
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           1  0 0  1.000  42  34 Baltimore           1  0 0  1.000  35   7
Chicago             1  0 0  1.000  30  12 Cincinnati          1  0 0  1.000  27  17
Detroit             1  0 0  1.000  27  20 Cleveland           0  1 0   .000  17  27
Minnesota           0  1 0   .000  17  24 Pittsburgh          0  1 0   .000   7  35
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
Carolina            0  1 0   .000  21  28 Houston             1  0 0  1.000  34   7
Tampa Bay           0  1 0   .000  20  27 Jacksonville        1  0 0  1.000  16  14
Atlanta             0  1 0   .000  12  30 Indianapolis        0  1 0   .000   7  34
New Orleans         0  1 0   .000  34  42 Tennessee           0  1 0   .000  14  16
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Arizona             1  0 0  1.000  28  21 San Diego           1  0 0  1.000  24  17
San Francisco       1  0 0  1.000  33  17 Oakland             1  0 0  1.000  23  20
Seattle             0  1 0   .000  17  33 Denver              0  1 0   .000  20  23
St. Louis           0  1 0   .000  13  31 Kansas City         0  1 0   .000   7  41
WEEK TWO
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Green Bay 30, CAROLINA 23
DETROIT 48, Kansas City 3 - Matthew Stafford threw four TDs as the Lions opened their home portion of the season with their largest margin of victory since a 44-7 win over Denver on November 4, 2007. Detroit's defense  caused six turnovers. The Chiefs lost RB Jamaal Charles to a left knee injury that saw him carted off the field. 
TENNESSEE 26, Baltimore 13 - Matt Hasselbeck threw for 358 yards and a TD for the Titans, who secured Mike Munchak's first win as an NFL head coach. Joe Flacco threw for 197 yards and a TD for the Ravens. A 29- yard field goal from Billy Cundiff in the fourth quarter accounted for the lone Baltimore score of the second half.
Cleveland 27, INDIANAPOLIS 19 - Peyton Hillis ran for a pair of TDs and Colt McCoy threw for a score, as the
Browns notched their first win at the expense of the Colts, who have lost two straight to start a season for the first time since Peyton Manning's rookie year of 1998, as the Browns halted a five-game slide to the Colts.
BUFFALO 38, Oakland 35 - David Nelson caught a six-yard TD pass with 14 seconds remaining to give Buffalo the lead and Da'Norris Searcy picked off Oakland's last-second heave in the end zone in a game that saw four fourth-quarter lead changes, both teams erupted for 935 total yards. The Bills overcame a 21-3 halftime deficit.
Tampa Bay 24, MINNESOTA 20 - LeGarrette Blount's four-yard TD run with less than a minute left gave the Bucs a comeback victory after trailing 17-0. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson carried the ball 25 times for 120 yards and two TDs in the first regular-season game at the Metrodome under the facility's new roof.
NEW ORLEANS 30, Chicago 13 - Drew Brees completed 26-of-37 passes for 270 yards and three TDs, Devery Henderson notched 103 yards and a TD on three receptions, for the Saints. Jay Cutler connected on just 19-of-45 passes for 244 yards for the Bears, while Matt Forte totaled 117 yards on 10 receptions and ran for 49 yards.
NY JETS 32, Jacksonville 3 - Dustin Keller caught six passes for 101 yards and a TD, while Mark Sanchez completed 17-of-24 passes for 182 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for the Jets. Jaguar QB Luke McCown connected on 6-of-19 passes for 59 yards and four interceptions. His passer rating was a dismal 1.8.
PITTSBURGH 24, Seattle 0 - Ben Roethlisberger completed 22-of-30 passes for 298 yards and a TD, while Mike Wallace caught eight passes for 126 yards and a TD, as Pittsburgh won its ninth straight home opener. Tarvaris Jackson passed for just 159 yards on 20-of-29 attempts, as Seattle had just eight first downs to Pittsburgh's 23.
WASHINGTON 22, Arizona 21 - Graham Gano kicked the 34-yard, game-winning FG with less than two minutes to go, and Rex Grossman threw for 291 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for Washington. Larry Fitzgerald had a big day in defeat, catching seven passes for 133 yards and a TD, and Beanie Wells ran for 93 yards and a TD.
Dallas 27, SAN FRANCISCO 24 (OT) - Dan Bailey hit a 48-yard FG as time expired to send the game into overtime and nailed an 19-yarder to give the Cowboys the win. Tony Romo suffered a fractured rib in the first half, but led the game-tying drive late in the fourth and hit Jesse Holley with a 77-yard pass to set up the game-deciding FG.
NEW ENGLAND 35, San Diego 21 - Tom Brady threw for 423 yards and three TDs and BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for a TD as the Patriots opened their home schedule. They have yet to lose a home opener at Gillette Stadium. Philip Rivers recorded 378 yards on 29-of-40 passing, but committed three of San Diego's four turnovers.
DENVER 24, Cincinnati 22 - Kyle Orton threw for 195 yards and two TDs and the Broncos defense came up huge at the end of the game to preserve the win. Eric Decker hauled in five balls for 113 yards and two TDs and Willis McGahee ran for 101 yards and a TD for Denver. Bengals QB Andy Dalton threw for 332 yards and two TDs.
Houston 23, MIAMI 13 - Matt Schaub threw for 230 yards and two TDs, and Ben Tate ran for 103 yards on 23 carries for the Texans. Chad Henne threw for 170 yards with one TD and an interception on 12-of-30 passing for the Dolphins, who have lost six straight and 11 of 12 at home. Rookie Daniel Thomas ran for 107 yards for Miami.
ATLANTA 35, Philadelphia 31 - Michael Turner rushed for the go-ahead TD late, as Atlanta scored 14 straight points to win. Michael Vick, starting a game in Atlanta for the first time since he wore a Falcons uniform, went out with a concussion after throwing for two TDs. Matt Ryan threw for a career-high four TDs for the Falcons.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 
NY GIANTS 28, St. Louis 16 - Giants LB Michael Boley made the biggest play of the game, returning a lateral by Rams QB Sam Bradford 65 yards for a second-quarter TD that gave the Giants some breathing room and sent the Rams on their way to a second straight loss. Bradford was 22 of 46 for 331 yards with one TD.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington          2  0 0  1.000  50  35 Buffalo             2  0 0  1.000  76  38
Philadelphia        1  1 0   .500  62  48 New England         2  0 0  1.000  73  45
Dallas              1  1 0   .500  51  51 NY Jets             2  0 0  1.000  59  27
NY Giants           1  1 0   .500  42  44 Miami               0  2 0   .000  37  61
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           2  0 0  1.000  72  57 Baltimore           1  1 0   .500  48  33
Detroit             2  0 0  1.000  75  23 Cincinnati          1  1 0   .500  49  41
Chicago             1  1 0   .500  43  42 Cleveland           1  1 0   .500  44  46
Minnesota           0  2 0   .000  37  48 Pittsburgh          1  1 0   .500  31  35
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
Atlanta             1  1 0   .500  47  61 Houston             2  0 0  1.000  57  20
New Orleans         1  1 0   .500  64  55 Jacksonville        1  1 0   .500  19  46
Tampa Bay           1  1 0   .500  44  47 Tennessee           1  1 0   .500  40  29
Carolina            0  2 0   .000  44  58 Indianapolis        0  2 0   .000  26  61
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
Arizona             1  1 0   .500  49  43 San Diego           1  1 0   .500  45  52
San Francisco       1  1 0   .500  57  44 Oakland             1  1 0   .500  54  55
St. Louis           0  2 0   .000  29  59 Denver              1  1 0   .500  44  45
Seattle             0  2 0   .000  17  57 Kansas City         0  2 0   .000  10  89
WEEK THREE
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Green Bay 27, CHICAGO 17
BUFFALO 34, New England 31 - Rian Lindell kicked a 28-yard FG as time expired, as the Bills snapped a 15-game losing streak to New England. Buffalo overcame a 21-0 deficit and capitalized on four Tom Brady interceptions to notch their first victory over the Patriots since a 31-0 rout during the first week of the 2003 season.
San Francisco 13, CINCINNATI 8 - Kendall Hunter's TD run late in the fourth put the 49ers ahead for good. Alex Smith completed 20-of-30 passes for 201 yards for San Francisco. Andy Dalton went 17- for-32 through the air for 157 yards and two interceptions for Cincinnati. Reggie Smith picked off Dalton with 1:45 left to seal the outcome.
CLEVELAND 17, Miami 16 - Colt McCoy's TD throw to Mohamed Massaquoi with 43 seconds left in the fourth left the Dolphins winless. A FG by Dan Carpenter had the Dolphins leading 16-10 with 3:23 left, but Cleveland took over and started driving. Miami QB Chad Henne was 19-of-29 for 255 yards and a TD in the loss.
TENNESSEE 17, Denver 14 - Will Witherspoon intercepted a Kyle Orton pass, which was tipped by DT Jason Jones, with 1:39 to go to seal the win for the Titans, while QB Matt Hasselbeck threw for 311 yards and two TDs. Denver failed to convert a fourth-and-goal from the one when the Broncos led 14-10 early in the fourth quarter.
Detroit 26, MINNESOTA 23 (OT) - It was 1997 the last time Detroit won in Minnesota, but thanks to a third straight second half meltdown from the Vikings, the Lions snapped that streak with Jason Hanson 32- yard FG. Detroit came back from its largest regular season deficit ever in the second half and are 3-0 for the first time since 1980.
NEW ORLEANS 40, Houston 33 - Mark Ingram's first career TD, a 13-yard run, proved to be the game-winner. On the previous drive, Kevin Walter caught a deflected pass from Matt Schaub and ran for a 20-yard TD to put the Texans on top 33-32. Houston was denied its first-ever 3-0 start. Drew Brees threw for 370 yards and three TDs.
NY Giants 29, PHILADELPHIA 16 - A maligned Giants defense peppered Michael Vick with hits, knocking him out with a broken hand, and Eli Manning threw four TD passes Sunday to lead New York. The Eagles scored 16 straight points to take the lead after trailing 14-0 in the first quarter, before Vick was knocked out of a game.
CAROLINA 16, Jacksonville 10 - Cam Newton's 16-yard TD pass to TE Greg Olsen with 4:20 remaining lifted the Panthers to their first win. Newton has thrown for 1,012 yards in his first three NFL games, becoming the first rookie to do so. Jags QB Blaine Gabbert passed for 139 yards, one TD and an interception in his first career start.
SAN DIEGO 20, Kansas City 17 - Ryan Mathews ran for 98 yards and a pair of TDs, as the Chargers held on for the win. Kansas City had possession in San Diego territory with under two minutes remaining, but Eric Weddle intercepted Matt Cassel to seal the win. Philip Rivers completed 24-of-38 passes for 266 yards for San Diego.
OAKLAND 34, NY Jets 24 - Darren McFadden had two of Oakland's four TD runs to lead Oakland. Denarius Moore and Michael Bush scored TDs 42 seconds apart in the second half for Oakland . Mark Sanchez threw for 369 yards, two TDs - he added another score on the ground - and one interception on 27-of-43 attempts for New York.
Baltimore 37, ST. LOUIS 7 - Rookie Torrey Smith didn't have a reception in his first two games, but caught all three of Joe Flacco's TD passes in the first quarter for the Ravens. Flacco completed 27-of-48 passes for 389 yards. Sam Bradford threw for 166 yards with a TD and an interception for the Rams, who gave up 553 yards.
SEATTLE 13, Arizona 10 - Kam Chancellor intercepted Kevin Kolb with 1:04 remaining while Arizona was inside the Seattle 40-yard line to seal the win. Seattle QB Tarvaris Jackson completed 18-of-31 passes for 171 yards and an interception, while Kolb threw for 252 yards with a TD against two interceptions on 25-of-39 passing.
TAMPA BAY 16, Atlanta 13 - Josh Freeman threw for 180 yards and rushed for 35 yards and a TD to lead the Bucs to the win. LeGarrette Blount ran for 81 yards as Tampa snapped a streak of five straight losses to the Falcons. Atlanta QB Matt Ryan threw for 330 yards with a TD and an interception. He also lost two fumbles.
Pittsburgh 23, INDIANAPOLIS 20 - Shaun Suisham's 38-yard FG with four seconds left helped the Steelers escape, as the Colts hung tough. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger shook off three turnovers and led the Steelers 
into FG range to finish off a 364-yard effort. Mike Wallace caught Roethlisberger's only TD pass, an 81-yard bomb.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26
DALLAS 18, Washington 16 - Dallas rookie Dan Bailey kicked six FGs, including the game-winner with 1:47 left. Tony Romo played one week after suffering a fractured rib and a collapsed lung, but managed to lead the Cowboys on the winning drive. The Redskins were trying to start a season 3-0 for the first time since 2005.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington          2  1 0   .667  66  53 Buffalo             3  0 0  1.000 110  69
NY Giants           2  1 0   .667  71  60 NY Jets             2  1 0   .667  83  61
Dallas              2  1 0   .667  69  67 New England         2  1 0   .667 104  79
Philadelphia        1  2 0   .333  78  77 Miami               0  3 0   .000  53  78
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           3  0 0  1.000  99  74 Cleveland           2  1 0   .667  61  62
Detroit             3  0 0  1.000 101  46 Baltimore           2  1 0   .667  85  40
Chicago             1  2 0   .500  60  69 Pittsburgh          2  1 0   .667  54  55
Minnesota           0  3 0   .000  60  74 Cincinnati          1  2 0   .333  57  54
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         2  1 0   .667 104  88 Houston             2  1 0   .667  90  60
Tampa Bay           2  1 0   .667  60  60 Tennessee           2  1 0   .667  57  43
Atlanta             1  2 0   .333  60  77 Jacksonville        1  2 0   .333  29  62
Carolina            1  2 0   .333  60  68 Indianapolis        0  3 0   .000  46  84
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       2  1 0   .667  70  52 San Diego           2  1 0   .667  65  69
Arizona             1  2 0   .333  59  56 Oakland             2  1 0   .667  88  79
Seattle             1  2 0   .333  30  67 Denver              1  2 0   .333  58  62
St. Louis           0  3 0   .000  36  96 Kansas City         0  3 0   .000  27 109
WEEK FOUR
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
GREEN BAY 49, Denver 23
CHICAGO 34, Carolina 29 - Matt Forte rushed for a career-high 205 yards with one TD and Devin Hester had a 69-yard punt return for another TD for Chicago. Hester's runback gave him 11 career punt return TDs, surpassing Eric Metcalf's old mark. Panthers QB Cam Newton passed for 374 yards and a TD, and ran for two TDs.
CINCINNATI 23, Buffalo 20 - The previous two weeks, Buffalo had orchestrated comebacks, becoming the first NFL team to post back-to-back wins in games in which they trailed by 18 or more. This time, Mike Nugent kicked a 43-yard FG as time expired to hand the Bills their first loss, as they squandered a 14-point advantage at halftime.
KANSAS CITY 22, Minnesota 17 - Ryan Succop connected on a career-high five FGs as the Chiefs won their first game. QB Matt Cassel threw for 260 yards and one TD. Donovan McNabb completed 18-of-30 passes for 202 yards, two TDs and one interception for the Vikings, who fell to 0-4 for the first since 2002.
HOUSTON 17, Pittsburgh 10 - Arian Foster ran for 155 yards, including the go-ahead 42-yard TD scamper in the fourth, for Houston, which won despite a number of costly penalties that negated a Pittsburgh fumble in its own territory, a blocked FG that was returned for a TD and an interception that was run back for a score.
New Orleans 23, JACKSONVILLE 10 - Drew Brees threw for 351 yards and one TD for New Orleans, which has won three in a row. Rookie Blaine Gabbert, making his second career NFL start, finished with 196 yards on just 16-of-42 passing, one touchdown and one interception for the Jaguars, who suffered their third straight loss.
Tennessee 31, CLEVELAND 13 - Matt Hasselbeck continued his career resurgence in Tennessee, throwing for 220 yards and three TDs for the Titans, off to their best start since 2008 when the Titans started 10-0. RB Chris Johnson ran for 101 yards. Colt McCoy completed 40-of-61 passes for 350 yards and a touchdown for Cleveland.
Washington 17, ST. LOUIS 10 - Ryan Torain ran for 135 yards and a TD as the Redskins survived a late charge. The Washington defense was the true star, registering seven sacks, 2 1/2 by Brian Orakpo, and holding St. Louis to 172 total yards. Sam Bradford threw for 164 yards and a TD on 20-of-43 passing for the Rams.
San Francisco 24, PHILADELPHIA 23 - Niiners RB Frank Gore barreled into the end zone with three minutes remaining to finish a string of 21 unanswered points. The 49ers earned back-to-back road wins for the first time since 2006. Eagles QB Michael Vick passed for 416 yards with two TD and an interception.
Detroit 34, DALLAS 30 - For a second straight week, the Lions made an epic rally, resulting in the largest collapse in Cowboys' history. QB Matthew Stafford threw a two-yard TD pass to Calvin Johnson with 1:39 left as Detroit rallied from a 24-point deficit in the third quarter. The Lions picked off QB Tony Romo three times.
NY Giants 31, ARIZONA 27 - Hakeem Nicks' TD catch capped a three-score fourth, rallying the Giants to the win.
Eli Manning threw for 321 yards and two TDs, Hicks had ten receptions, for New York, winners of three in a row. Beanie Wells ran for career-highs of 138 yards and three TDs for Arizona, which has lost its last three games.
Atlanta 30, SEATTLE 28 - Michael Turner ran for 70 yards and two TDs and Matt Ryan threw for 291 yards and one TD, as Atlanta escaped with the win. Julio Jones hauled in 11 passes for 127 yards. Tarvaris Jackson completed 25-of-38 passes for 319 yards and three TDs, while Marshawn Lynch picked up 24 yards and a TD for Seattle.
SAN DIEGO 26, Miami 16 - Chargers QB Philip Rivers threw for 307 yards and a TD, WR Vincent Jackson caught three passes for 108 yards and a TD, and Ryan Mathews ran for 81 yards. For winless Miami, Matt Moore, thrust into the lineup following a first-quarter injury to starter Chad Henne, threw for 167 yards and an interception.
New England 31, OAKLAND 19 - Wes Welker totaled 158 yards and one TD on nine receptions to lead New England, while Tom Brady threw for 226 yards and a pair of TDs. Stevan Ridley ran for 97 yards and a TD. Jason Campbell completed 25-of-39 passes for 344 yards and a TD but was picked off twice for the Raiders.
BALTIMORE 34, NY Jets 17 - Baltimore's defense accounted for three TDs, as Jameel McClain, Jarret Johnson and Lardarius Webb each scored. Joe McKnight returned a kickoff 107 yards for a TD and David Harris returned an interception for a score to account for the Jets' TDs in head coach Rex Ryan's return to Baltimore.
MONDAY OCTOBER 3
TAMPA BAY 24, Indianapolis 17 - LeGarrette Blount's 35-yard TD run with 3:15 to play helped the Bucs win as the Colts matched their worst start since Payron Manning's rookie season in 1998. QB Curtis Painter was effective in his first start as he threw for 281 yards and two TDs, but he was just 13-for-30 and did lose a fumble.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington          3  1 0   .750  83  63 Buffalo             3  1 0   .750 130  92
NY Giants           3  1 0   .750 102  87 New England         3  1 0   .750 135  98
Dallas              2  2 0   .500  99 101 NY Jets             2  2 0   .500 100  95
Philadelphia        1  3 0   .250 101 101 Miami               0  4 0   .000  69 104
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           4  0 0  1.000 148  97 Baltimore           3  1 0   .750 119  57
Detroit             4  0 0  1.000 135  76 Cleveland           2  2 0   .500  74  93
Chicago             2  2 0   .500  94  98 Pittsburgh          2  2 0   .500  64  72
Minnesota           0  4 0   .000  77  96 Cincinnati          2  2 0   .500  90  74
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         3  1 0   .750 127  98 Houston             3  1 0   .750 107  70
Tampa Bay           3  1 0   .750  84  77 Tennessee           3  1 0   .750  88  56
Atlanta             2  2 0   .500  90 105 Jacksonville        1  3 0   .250  39  85
Carolina            1  3 0   .250  89 102 Indianapolis        0  4 0   .000  63 108
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       3  1 0   .750  94  75 San Diego           3  1 0   .750  91  85
Arizona             1  3 0   .250  86  87 Oakland             2  2 0   .500 107 110
Seattle             1  3 0   .250  58  97 Denver              1  3 0   .250  81 111
St. Louis           0  4 0   .000  46 113 Kansas City         1  3 0   .250  49 126
WEEK FIVE (Bye - Cleveland, Dallas, St. Louis, Miami, Washington, Baltimore)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9
BUFFALO 31, Philadelphia 24 - Eagles QB Michael Vick threw four interceptions, while Bills RB Fred Jackson rushed for 111 yards and a TD and Buffalo scored 17 points off five turnovers to extend Philadelphia's skid to four. Vick became the NFL's all-time leading rusher among QBs, surpassing former Eagle Randall Cunningham.
Kansas City 28, INDIANAPOLIS 24 - Steve Breaston's 11-yard TD catch late in the fourth lifted the Chiefs to the win. Breaston caught two TD passes from Matt Cassel, who also hooked up with Dwayne Bowe for two TDs as the Chiefs scored 21 straight points to end the game. The Colts squandered two 17-point leads in the game.
MINNESOTA 34, Arizona 10 - Adrian Peterson ran for 122 yards and three TDs to lead Minnesota to its first win of the year. QB Donovan McNabb also ran for a TD for the Vikings, who avoided starting 0-5 for the first time since 1962. Kevin Kolb threw for 232 yards and two interceptions for the Cardinals.
Seattle 36, NY GIANTS 25 - Brandon Browner's interception return for a TD in the final minutes to seal the win.
Tarvaris Jackson threw for 166 yards with a TD for Seattle, but left the game in the third quarter with a bruised right shoulder.Giants QB Eli Manning threw for 420 yards and three TDs, but also tossed three interceptions.
PITTSBURGH 38, Tennessee 17 - Ben Roethlisberger threw five TDs for the second time in his career, as he played with a sprained left foot. Steelers RB Jonathan Dwyer ran for a career-high 107 yards, including a 76-yard run. Matt Hasselbeck threw for 262 yards and a TD for the Titans, but RB Chris Johnson was held to 51 yards.
New Orleans 30, CAROLINA 27 - Pierre Thomas caught the game-winning TD with 50 seconds left for New Orleans. Drew Brees threw for 359 yards and two TDs for the Saints, who have won four straight. Carolina QB Cam Newton threw two TDs and ran one. All four of Carolina's losses have come by seven points or less.
Cincinnati 30, JACKSONVILLE 20 - Bernard Scott scored the go-ahead TD late for the Bengals, who took advantage of a poor punt to seize the lead. QB Blaine Gabbert completed 15-of-28 passes for 221 yards and a score for the Jaguars, who have lost four straight. Maurice Jones-Drew gained 85 yards and a TD.
Oakland 25, HOUSTON 20 - Jason Campbell threw for 190 yards and two TDs for the Raiders, who outscored Houston 10-3 in the fourth. Matt Schaub threw for 416 yards and two TDs, but was intercepted in the end zone by Michael Huff as time expired, sealing the Raiders' win one day after owner Al Davis passed away at the age of 82.
SAN FRANCISCO 48, Tampa Bay 3 - Alex Smith tied a career-high with three TD passes as the 49ers had their largest margin of victory in the regular season since 1987. RB Frank Gore ran for 125 yards and a TD for the 49ers, who have won three straight for their best start since 2002. The Bucs had a three-game win streak end.
NEW ENGLAND 30, NY Jets 21 - Patriots RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for a career-high 136 yards with two TDs, and QB Tom Brady completed 24-of-33 passes for 321 yards and a TD to help New England post at least 30 points for the 13th straight regular season game, one off the NFL record 14 by St. Louis (1999-2000).
San Diego 29, DENVER 24 - Philip Rivers threw for 250 yards and a TD, while RB Ryan Mathews rushed for a
career-high 125 yards and Nick Novak hit five FGs for the Chargers. Denver QB TIm Tebow spelled a struggling Kyle Orton to start the second half and nearly completed a thrilling comeback, as he threw for and ran for a TD.
Green Bay 25, ATLANTA 14
MONDAY OCTOBER 10
DETROIT 24, Chicago 13 - In their first Monday night game in 10 years, the Lions improved to 5-0, its best start since going 6-0 in 1956, and won their ninth straight game. QB Matthew Stafford went 19-for-26 with 219 yards and two TDs, and Jahvid Best had an 88-yard rushing TD and 163 yards on the ground.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
Washington          3  1 0   .750  83  63 Buffalo             4  1 0   .800 161 116
NY Giants           3  2 0   .600 127 123 New England         4  1 0   .800 165 119
Dallas              2  2 0   .500  99 101 NY Jets             2  3 0   .400 121 125
Philadelphia        1  4 0   .200 125 132 Miami               0  4 0   .000  69 104
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           5  0 0  1.000 173 111 Baltimore           3  1 0   .750 119  57
Detroit             5  0 0  1.000 160  89 Cincinnati          3  2 0   .600 120  94
Chicago             2  3 0   .400 107 122 Pittsburgh          3  2 0   .600 102  89
Minnesota           1  4 0   .200 111 106 Cleveland           2  2 0   .500  74  93
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         4  1 0   .800 157 125 Houston             3  2 0   .600 127  95
Tampa Bay           3  2 0   .600  87 125 Tennessee           3  2 0   .600 105  94
Atlanta             2  3 0   .400 104 130 Jacksonville        1  4 0   .200  59 115
Carolina            1  4 0   .200 116 132 Indianapolis        0  5 0   .000  87 136
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       4  1 0   .800 142  78 San Diego           4  1 0   .800 120 109
Seattle             2  3 0   .400  94 122 Oakland             3  2 0   .600 132 130
Arizona             1  4 0   .200  96 121 Kansas City         2  3 0   .400  77 150
St. Louis           0  4 0   .000  46 113 Denver              1  4 0   .200 105 140
WEEK SIX (Bye - Denver, Tennessee, Kansas City, Arizona, San Diego, Seattle)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
GREEN BAY 24, St. Louis 3
ATLANTA 31, Carolina 17 - Michael Turner's two-yard TD run with 1:56 to go sealed the win for Atlanta. Turner ran for 139 yards and two TDs as Atlanta topped Carolina for the third straight meeting and fifth in the last six matchups. Cam Newton totaled 237 yards on 21-of-35 passing, but he threw three interceptions.
CINCINNATI 27, Indianapolis 17 - Andy Dalton threw for 264 yards and a TD for the Bengals, who had dropped seven straight to the Colts.  Pierre Garcon's fourth-quarter fumble was returned 35 yards for a TD by Carlos Dunlap for the final margin. Cincinnati's Marvin Lewis tied Sam Wyche for most wins as Bengals head coach (64).
San Francisco 25, DETROIT 19 - Alex Smith's 6-yard TD pass to tight end Delanie Walker with 1:51 remaining ended Detroit's perfect start. Niners RB Frank Gore ran for 141 yards and a TD for the 49ers, who are off to their best six-game start since 1998. The Lions were looking for their first 6-0 start since 1956.
Philadelphia 20, WASHINGTON 13 - Michael Vick threw for 237 yards and a TD, LeSean McCoy rushed for 126 yards and a TD and Kurt Coleman had three interceptions to help the Eagles end a four-game skid. Redskins QB Rex Grossman was pulled after throwing four interceptions. John Beck led the Skins on an 80-yard TD drive
NY GIANTS 27, Buffalo 24 - Lawrence Tynes kicked a 23-yard FG with 1:32 remaining to lift the Giants to their first home win over the Bills since December 6, 1970. Ahmad Bradshaw ran for three one-yard TDs. Buffalo QB Ryan Fitzpatrick had 244 yards through the air and two TDs, but was picked off twice by Corey Webster.
PITTSBURGH 17, Jacksonville 13 - Rashard Mendenhall ran for 146 yards and a TD, while Ben Roethlisberger completed 12-of-23 passes for 200 yards and a TD for Pittsburgh, which had lost three straight to Jacksonville, including the playoffs. Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 96 yards for the Jaguars, who have lost five straight.
BALTIMORE 29, Houston 14 - Billy Cundiff tied a franchise record by making five FGs and Joe Flacco threw for 305 yards and run for a TD as the Ravens won three straight games. Matt Schaub ended 21-of-37 for 220 yards and a TD for the Texans, who have lost three of their last four. Arian Foster was limited to 49 yards in the defeat.
OAKLAND 24, Cleveland 17 - The Raiders won, but may have lost their starting QB for the rest of the year. Jason Campbell left the game with a broken collarbone. Kyle Boller took over for Campbell and threw for 100 yards. Darren McFadden ran for 91 yards and a TD for Oakland, which has won two straight and three of the last four.
NEW ENGLAND 20, Dallas 16 - Aaron Hernandez's TD catch within the final minute made history. It is the 116th time the QB-head coach duo of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick has won a game, tying Hall of Famers Dan Marino
and Don Shula from 1983-1995. New England also won its 20th consecutive regular season home game.
TAMPA BAY 26, New Orleans 20 - Connor Barth kicked four FGs and Quincy Black had a late interception to lift the Bucs to the win, as Josh Freeman completed 23-of-41 passes for 303 yards and two TDs. Saints head coach Sean Payton suffered a torn MCL and broken tibia following a collision along the sideline in the first quarter.
CHICAGO 39, Minnesota 10 - Devin Hester scored on a 48-yard bomb from Jay Cutler and added yet another special teams TD, as his 98-yard kickoff return extended his NFL record for combined TDs on kick returns with 16. Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was limited to 39 yards and a TD, while QB Donovan McNabb was benched.
MONDAY OCTOBER 17
NY JETS 24, Miami 6 - Darrelle Revis returned an interception 100 yards for a TD to help the Jets snap a three- game losing streak that was as famous for its in-fighting as the actual losses. Mark Sanchez threw for 201 yards and a TD. Miami has lost eight straight games since beating the Jets 10-6 last December 12.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           4  2 0   .667 154 147 New England         5  1 0   .833 185 135
Washington          3  2 0   .600  96  83 Buffalo             4  2 0   .667 185 143
Dallas              2  3 0   .400 115 121 NY Jets             3  3 0   .500 145 131
Philadelphia        2  4 0   .333 145 145 Miami               0  5 0   .000  75 128
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           6  0 0  1.000 197 114 Baltimore           4  1 0   .800 148  71
Detroit             5  1 0   .833 179 114 Cincinnati          4  2 0   .667 147 111
Chicago             3  3 0   .500 146 132 Pittsburgh          4  2 0   .667 119 102
Minnesota           1  5 0   .167 121 145 Cleveland           2  3 0   .400  91 117
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         4  2 0   .667 177 151 Tennessee           3  2 0   .600 105  94
Tampa Bay           4  2 0   .667 113 145 Houston             3  3 0   .500 141 124
Atlanta             3  3 0   .500 135 147 Jacksonville        1  5 0   .167  72 132
Carolina            1  5 0   .167 133 163 Indianapolis        0  6 0   .000 104 163
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       5  1 0   .833 167  97 San Diego           4  1 0   .800 120 109
Seattle             2  3 0   .400  94 122 Oakland             4  2 0   .667 156 147
Arizona             1  4 0   .200  96 121 Kansas City         2  3 0   .400  77 150
St. Louis           0  5 0   .000  49 137 Denver              1  4 0   .200 105 140
WEEK SEVEN (Bye - Buffalo, Cincinnati, New England, NY Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco)
SUNDAY OCTOBER 23
Green Bay 33, MINNESOTA 27
Chicago 24, Tampa Bay 18 (at London) - Matt Forte ran for 145 yards and a TD, as Chicago withstood a late charge from the Bucs. Josh Freeman threw for 264 yards and a pair of fourth-quarter TDs, but was intercepted four times, the last of which -- by D.J. Moore -- came with under a minute remaining, sealing the final result.
CLEVELAND 6, Seattle 3 - Phil Dawson kicked two FGs of over 50 yards for the Browns, who snapped a two-game skid. RB Montario Hardesty had a fine day filling in for injured Peyton Hillis rushing for 95 yards. Seattle QB Charlie Whitehurst struggled in his third career start, completing 12-of-30 passes for 97 yards.
Atlanta 23, DETROIT 16 - Matt Ryan's TD pass to Roddy White late in the second quarter proved to be the difference for the Falcons, who have won consecutive games for the first time this season. Atlanta TE Tony Gonzalez's fourth catch was the 1,103rd of his career, moving him past Marvin Harrison for second all-time.
Houston 41, TENNESSEE 7 - Arian Foster totaled 234 yards of total offense and scored three TDs as Houston won a battle for AFC South supremacy. QB Matt Schaub passed for 296 yards and Ben Tate added 104 yards on the ground. Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck was ineffective, and was replaced by rookie Jake Locker late in the game.
Denver 18, MIAMI 15 (OT) - In his first start of the season and in his return to the state of Florida, Tim Tebow passed for two late TDs, tying the game on a two-point conversion before Matt Prater's 52-yard field goal lifted the Broncos to the win. A Miami turnover set up Prater's kick midway through overtime, keeping the Dolphins winless.
NY JETS 27, San Diego 21 - Plaxico Burress caught three TD passes as the Jets rallied in the second half and won for the second straight week. Shonn Greene added 112 yards on 20 carries. Philip Rivers threw for 179 yards with a TD and two interceptions for San Diego, which had its three-game win streak snapped.
CAROLINA 33, Washington 20 - Cam Newton threw for 256 yards and a TD, and added 59 yards and a TD on the ground, as Carolina, which snapped its three-game skid. John Beck made his first career start for Washington and became the 21st different Redskins starting QB in the last 19 years. He was 22-of-37 for 279 yards with a TD.
Pittsburgh 32, ARIZONA 20 - Ben Roethlisberger threw for 361 yards and three TDs, including a 95-yarder to Mike Wallace, as the Steelers rolled to their third straight win. Kevin Kolb went 18-for-34 through the air for 272 yards, two TDs and an interception in the Cardinals' fifth consecutive loss.
Kansas City 28, OAKLAND 0 - Brandon Flowers finished with two interceptions, one returned for a TD, and the Chiefs defense totaled six interceptions. Javier Arenas and Le'Ron McClain scored rushing TDs for the Chiefs, who have won three straight. Oakland QB Kyle Boller was relieved by Carson Palmer in the third quarter.
DALLAS 34, St. Louis 7 - Filling in for an injured Felix Jones, Dallas RB DeMarco Murray erupted for a franchise-best 253 yards rushing and eclipsed the old single-game mark of 237, set by Emmitt Smith in 1993. His 91-yard first-quarter TD run was the second longest in team history. The Rams have dropped nine of their last ten.
NEW ORLEANS 62, Indianapolis 7 - Drew Brees finished with more TD passes (five) than incompletions (four) as the Saints obliterated the winless Colts. Despite not playing the entire fourth quarter, Brees totaled 325 yards on 31-of-35 efficiency for the Saints, who set team records for points in a game and first downs with 36.
MONDAY OCTOBER 24
JACKSONVILLE 12, Baltimore 7 - Jacksonville snapped a five-game skid by suffocating the league's fifth-highest scoring offense. The Jags defense forced the Ravens to franchise-low futility, holding them to 56 total yards until late in the game, sacking Joe Flacco three times and sealing the game with Drew Coleman's interception.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           4  2 0   .667 154 147 New England         5  1 0   .833 185 135
Washington          3  3 0   .500 116 116 Buffalo             4  2 0   .667 185 143
Dallas              3  3 0   .500 149 128 NY Jets             4  3 0   .571 172 152
Philadelphia        2  4 0   .333 145 145 Miami               0  6 0   .000  90 146
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           7  0 0  1.000 230 141 Pittsburgh          5  2 0   .714 151 122
Detroit             5  2 0   .714 195 137 Baltimore           4  2 0   .667 155  83
Chicago             4  3 0   .571 170 150 Cincinnati          4  2 0   .667 147 111
Minnesota           1  6 0   .143 148 178 Cleveland           3  3 0   .500  97 120
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         5  2 0   .714 239 158 Houston             4  3 0   .571 182 131
Tampa Bay           4  3 0   .571 131 169 Tennessee           3  3 0   .500 112 135
Atlanta             4  3 0   .571 158 163 Jacksonville        2  5 0   .286  84 139
Carolina            2  5 0   .286 166 183 Indianapolis        0  7 0   .000 111 225
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       5  1 0   .833 167  97 San Diego           4  2 0   .667 141 136
Seattle             2  4 0   .333  97 128 Oakland             4  3 0   .571 156 175
Arizona             1  5 0   .167 116 153 Kansas City         3  3 0   .500 105 150
St. Louis           0  6 0   .000  56 171 Denver              2  4 0   .333 123 155
WEEK EIGHT (Bye - Atlanta, Chicago, Green Bay, Oakland, NY Jets, Tampa Bay
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
TENNESSEE 27, Indianapolis 10 - Nate Washington scored a pair of TD to lead the Titans, who had dropped five straight to the Colts. Javon Ringer rushed for 60 yards in the victory, while Chris Johnson continued to struggle, compiling just 34 yards on 14 carries. Curtis Painter threw for 250 yards with a pair of interceptions for the Colts.
ST. LOUIS 31, New Orleans 21 - Steven Jackson rushed for 159 yards and two TDs to lead the Rams to their first win. They blocked a punt and intercepted Drew Brees to score two TD in the last 70 seconds of the first half to lead 17-0. Brees threw two interceptions, including one that was returned 27 yards for a TD by Darian Stewart.
NY GIANTS 20, Miami 17 - Eli Manning found Victor Cruz for a 25- yard TD with 5:58 left, capping a Giants comeback over the still-winless Dolphins. Manning passed for 349 yards and two TDs. Matt Moore, making his third consecutive start for the Dolphins in place of an injured Chad Henne, threw for 138 yards and ran for a TD.
Minnesota 24, CAROLINA 21 - Ryan Longwell hit a 31-yard FG with under three minutes to play while Olindo Mare missed a 31-yarder with 26 seconds left as the Vikings snapped a two-game losing streak. Cam Newton had three TD passes and went 22-for-35 with 290 yards, adding 53 yards on six rushes for the Panthers.
BALTIMORE 30, Arizona 27 - Billy Cundiff made a 25-yard FG as time expired to lift Baltimore, which trailed by 21 points at one point. Ravens RB Ray Rice ran for 63 yards and a career-high three TDs, while Joe Flacco passed for 336 yards. Arizona has lost 11 in a row on the road, and six straight since starting the season with a win.
HOUSTON 24, Jacksonville 14 - Arian Foster ran for 112 yards and a TD, while Matt Schaub threw for 225 yards and rushed for a TD for Houston, which won its second straight game without WR Andre Johnson. The Texans
defense limited Jacksonville to just 174 total yards, as QB Blaine Gabbert passed for just 97 yards with a TD.
BUFFALO 23, Washington 0 (at Toronto) - TE Scott Chandler caught two TD passes and Buffalo's defense had nine sacks for the Bills' first shutout since 2006. Fred Jackson became the first Bills RB with three consecutive 100-yard games since 1994. Washington's head coach Mike Shanahan had never been shut out in 267 games.
Detroit 45, DENVER 10 - Matthew Stafford threw three TD passes and the Detroit defense scored twice, while Calvin Johnson caught six balls for 125 yards and his league-leading 11th TD. QB Tim Tebow, in his first home start, had a tough game as his interception and fumble were both returned for TDs by Detroit's defense.
PITTSBURGH 25, New England 17 -  Pittsburgh picked up their sixth straight win at Heinz Field, and beat Tom Brady for only the second time in eight tries. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger was 36-of-50 for 365 yards and two TDs. The Steelers denied Brady a final chance at a win, sacking him to force a fumble that ended up as a safety.
SAN FRANCISCO 20, Cleveland 10 - Frank Gore ran for 134 yards and a TD, while QB Alex Smith completed 15-of-24 passes for 177 yards and a TD for the 49ers, who have won five straight games for the first time since 2001. Colt McCoy threw for 241 yards, including a 45-yard TD to Josh Cribbs, for the Browns.
Cincinnati 34, Seattle 12 - Brandon Tate's 56-yard punt return for a TD with 3:22 left sealed the win for Cincinnati. With his 65th win, Marvin Lewis moved ahead of Sam Wyche on the all-time Bengals wins list for coaches. Andy Dalton passed for 168 yards, two TDs and two interceptions for Cincinnati, which won its fourth straight.
PHILADELPHIA 34, Dallas 7 - Under head coach Andy Reid, the Eagles have a perfect 13-0 record after the bye week. Michael Vick completed 21-of-28 pass attempts for 279 yards and two TDs while LeSean McCoy rushed for a career-high 185 yards and two TDs on 30 carries in Philadelphia's second straight win since a four-game slide.
MONDAY OCTOBER 31
KANSAS CITY 23, San Diego 20 (OT) -  Ryan Succop booted a 30-yard FG in OT to give the Chiefs a gift-wrapped win. San Diego, trailing the entire game, was in position to go ahead in the final minute of regulation before Philip Rivers fumbled a snap exchange, with the Chargers in FG range at the Kansas City 15, the QB's third turnover.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           5  2 0   .714 174 164 New England         5  2 0   .714 202 160
Washington          3  4 0   .429 116 139 Buffalo             5  2 0   .714 208 143
Dallas              3  4 0   .429 156 162 NY Jets             4  3 0   .571 172 152
Philadelphia        3  4 0   .429 179 152 Miami               0  7 0   .000 107 166
NFC NORTHERN DIVISION                     AFC NORTHERN DIVISION
GREEN BAY           7  0 0  1.000 230 141 Pittsburgh          6  2 0   .750 176 139
Detroit             6  2 0   .750 240 147 Baltimore           5  2 0   .714 185 110
Chicago             4  3 0   .571 170 150 Cincinnati          5  2 0   .714 181 123
Minnesota           2  6 0   .250 172 199 Cleveland           3  4 0   .429 107 140
NFC SOUTHERN DIVISION                     AFC SOUTHERN DIVISION
New Orleans         5  3 0   .625 260 189 Houston             5  3 0   .625 206 145
Tampa Bay           4  3 0   .571 131 169 Tennessee           4  3 0   .571 139 145
Atlanta             4  3 0   .571 158 163 Jacksonville        2  6 0   .250  98 163
Carolina            2  6 0   .250 187 207 Indianapolis        0  8 0   .000 121 252
NFC WESTERN DIVISION                      AFC WESTERN DIVISION
San Francisco       6  1 0   .857 187 117 San Diego           4  3 0   .571 161 159
Seattle             2  5 0   .286 109 162 Oakland             4  3 0   .571 156 175
Arizona             1  6 0   .143 143 183 Kansas City         4  3 0   .571 128 170
St. Louis           1  6 0   .143  87 192 Denver              2  5 0   .286 133 200
WEEK NINE (Bye - Detroit, Minnesota, Carolina, Jacksonville
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6
Green Bay 45, SAN DIEGO 38
NY Jets 27, BUFFALO 11 - Mark Sanchez threw for 230 yards and a TD to Santonio Holmes for the Jets, who have won three in a row. LaDainian Tomlinson and John Conner added rushing TDs. Ryan Fitzpatrick passed for 191 yards, one TD and two picks for the Bills, who have lost two of three. Fred Jackson gained 82 yards on 18 carries.
DALLAS 23, Seattle 13 - Tony Romo threw two TD passes as Dallas improved to 5-1 under Jason Garrett after a loss thanks to three interceptions by the defense. DeMarco Murray ran for 139 yards. QB Tarvaris Jackson had a rough game with three second-half interceptions for the Seahawks, who have dropped three straight games.
Atlanta 31, INDIANAPOLIS 7 - Atlanta QB Matt Ryan passed for 275 yards, three TDs and one interception, while Julio Jones caught three passes for 131 yards and two TDs. The only points for the Colts came in the form of an interception return for a TD from Jerraud Powers. QB Curtis Painter struggled and was replaced by Dan Orlovsky.
Miami 31, KANSAS CITY 3 - Behind three TD passes by Matt Moore and a stellar defensive effort, the Dolphins got their first win of the season. Moore threw for 244 yards while Reggie Bush ran for 92 yards and a TD. QB Matt Cassel passed for 253 yards, but completed only 20-of-39 throws for the Chiefs, who had won their last four.
San Francisco 19, WASHINGTON 11 - Frank Gore ran for 107 yards to become the first player in 49ers history to record five consecutive 100-yard rushing performances. David Akers hit four FGs for the 49ers, who have won six straight for the first time since winning 11 in a row back in 1997. The Redskins have lost four in a row.
HOUSTON 30, Cleveland 12 - Arian Foster and Ben Tate combined to run for 239 yards as the Texans won their third straight and are three games over .500 for the first time in franchise history. Cleveland, which has dropped four of their past five, could only manage 44 yards rushing, while QB Colt McCoy threw for 146 yards with a TD.
NEW ORLEANS 27, Tampa Bay 16 - Drew Brees passed for 258 yards and two TDs and the Saints rushed for 195 yards. Brees has a TD pass in 36 straight games, tying Brett Favre for second place on the all-time NFL list, and also extended his NFL record to 29 games in a row with at least 20 completions.
Denver 38, OAKLAND 24 - Eddie Royal's 85-yard punt return for a TD with under six minutes to play helped the Broncos rally. Willis McGahee ran for 163 yards and two TDs. Tim Tebow threw for two TDs, and ran for 117 yards. Carson Palmer, making his first start as a Raider, passed for 332 yards, three TDs and three interceptions.
Cincinnati 24, TENNESSEE 17 - Andy Dalton threw for 217 yards and three TDs leading the Bengals to their first five-game win streak in 13 years. Cincinnati dominated the second half, outscoring Tennessee 17-0, and limiting the Titans to 95 yards. Matt Hasselbeck threw for two TDs for the Titans, who have dropped three of the last four.
NY Giants 24, NEW ENGLAND 20 - Eli Manning threw a TD pass in the final minute as the Giants delivered another super-sized blow to Tom Brady and the Patriots. Manning hit TE Jake Ballard with 15 seconds left. The 80-yard drive was aided by a pass interference penalty that moved the Giants to the one-yard line.
ARIZONA 19, St. Louis 13 (OT) - Patrick Peterson returned a punt 99 yards for a TD in OT for the Cardinals. After the Arizona defense held the Rams on the first possession of OT, Peterson fielded Donnie Jones' punt at the one. Cards QB John Skelton threw for 222 yards and one TD in place of Kevin Kolb, who was out with a turf toe.
Baltimore 23, PITTSBURGH 20 - Torrey Smith, a rookie WR, caught Joe Flacco's 26-yard TD pass with 8 seconds left to give the Ravens the win, as Flacco engineered a game-winning 92-yard drive. He ended with 300 yards, while Ben Roethlisberger passed for 330 yards for Pittsburgh, which had its four-game win streak snapped.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 7
Chicago 30, PHILADELPHIA 24 - Jay Cutler threw two TD passes, including the game-winning score to Earl Bennett early in the fourth, while RB Matt Forte amassed 150 yards from scrimmage but lost two fumbles for Chicago, which won its third straight. Philadelphia's offense was held to a season-low 330 total yards.
NFC EASTERN DIVISION                      AFC EASTERN DIVISION
NY Giants           6  2 0   .750 198 184 New England         5  3 0   .625 222 184
Dallas              4  4 0   .500 179 175 Buffalo             5  3 0   .625 219 170
Philadelphia        3  5 0   .375 203 182 NY Jets             5  3 0   .625 199 163
Washington          3  5 0   .375 127 158 Miami               1  7 0   .125 138 169