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The 2020 Green Bay Packers - 13-3 (1ST-NFC North Division)

Head Coach: Matt LeFleur

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2020 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (0-0)

                                                                                                                                                               OFF     DEF

AUGUST (0-0)                             RESULT     RECORD    ATT RSH PSS RSH PSS STARTING QB         LEADING RUSHER          LEADING PASSER         LEADING RECEIVER

​15 ARIZONA CARDINALS                     Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

22 CLEVELAND BROWNS                      Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

29 at New York Giants                    Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

SEPTEMEBER (0-0)

3  Kansas City Chiefs                    Cancelled due to Coronavirus pandemic

2020 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS

SEPTEMBER (3-0)

13 at Minnesota Vikings (0-0)            W 43-34    1- 0-0      0 158 364 134 248 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (66)        Aaron Rodgers (364)    Davante Adams (14-156)

20 DETROIT LIONS (0-1)                   W 42-21    2- 0-0      0 259 229  89 218 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (168)       Aaron Rodgers (240)    Aaron Jones (4-68)

27 at New Orleans Saints (1-1)           W 37-30    3- 0-0    748  98 271 122 275 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (69)        Aaron Rodgers (283)    Allen Lazard (6-146)

OCTOBER (2-1)

5  ATLANTA FALCONS (0-3)                 W 30-16    4- 0-0      0  88 315  78 249 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (71)        Aaron Rodgers (327)    Jamaal Williams (8-95)

11 Bye Week

18 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2)         L 10-38    4- 1-0 15,540  94 107 166 324 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (34)    Aaron Rodgers (160)    Davante Adams (6-61)

25 at Houston Texans (1-5)               W 35-10    5- 1-0 12,618  96 283  79 186 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (77)    Aaron Rodgers (283)    Davante Adams (13-196)

NOVEMBER (3-2)

1  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (1-5)               L 22-28    5- 2-0      0 109 291 173 151 Aaron Rodgers       Jamaal Williams (75)    Aaron Rodgers (291)    Davante Adams (7-53)

5  at San Francisco 49ers (4-4)          W 34-17    6- 2-0      0 111 294  55 282 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (58)        Aaron Rodgers (305)    Davante Adams (10-173)

15 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (1-7)            W 24-20    7- 2-0      0  80 315 109 151 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (46)        Aaron Rodgers (325)    Davante Adams (8-66)

22 at Indianapolis Colts (6-3)           L 31-34 *  7- 3-0 12,495  66 301 140 280 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (41)        Aaron Rodgers (311)    Davante Adams (7-106)

29 CHICAGO BEARS (5-5)                   W 41-25    8- 3-0      0 182 211 121 229 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (90)        Aaron Rodgers (211)    Davante Adams (6-61)

DECEMBER (4-0)

6  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (3-7-1)           W 30-16    9- 3-0      0 149 288 117 278 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (130)       Aaron Rodgers (295)    Davante Adams (10-121)

13 at Detroit Lions (5-7)                W 31-24   10- 3-0      0 120 290  51 242 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (69)        Aaron Rodgers (290)    Davante Adams (7-115)

19 CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-9)               W 24-16   11- 3-0      0 195  96 115 249 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (145)       Aaron Rodgers (143)    Davante Adams (7-42)

27 TENNESSEE TITANS                      W 40-14   12- 3-0      0 234 214 156 104 Aaron Rodgers       A.J. Dillon (124)       Aaron Rodgers (231)    Davante Adams (11-142)
JANUARY 2021 (1-0)
3  at Chicago Bears (7-8)                W 35-16   13- 3-0      0  79 237 108 248 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (42)        Aaron Rodgers (240)    Davante Adams (6-46)

2020 POST-SEASON RESULTS (1-1)

JANUARY 2021 - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF

​16 LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-6)               W 32-18            7,439 188 296 188 296 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (99)        Aaron Rodgers (296)    Davante Adams (9-66)

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP

24 TAMPA BAY BUCCANNEERS (13-5)          L 26-31            7,772  67 314  76 275 Aaron Rodgers       Aaron Jones (27)        Aaron Rodgers (346)    Davante Adams (9-67)

* - Overtime

2020 IN REVIEW

The 2020 season was unlike any seen by the sports world. A global health pandemic known as COVID-19 dramatically changed how team sports operated. The normal in-person NFL offseason was switched to a virtual program for the spring. Teams would first report to their facilities for in-person practice and meetings in late July for training camp, and all preseason games were canceled. For training camp and most of the regular season, practices and games took place in front of empty stands. The Packers would adapt and find a way, opening the regular season with four consecutive wins and scoring 30-plus points in each contest to tie the second-longest streak in team history (seven games in 1963). Green Bay would match the four games with 30-plus points later in the season (Weeks 11-14) to mark the first time in franchise history that the Packers had two separate streaks of four straight games with 30-plus points in a season. Green Bay’s first adversity came over the next three games, with the Packers falling at Tampa Bay and at home against Minnesota with a win at Houston in between. The Packers recorded back-to-back wins over San Francisco and Jacksonville before an overtime loss at Indianapolis. That would be the final regular-season defeat for Green Bay, as it reeled off six straight wins to finish the season, marking only the second time in team history (1996-97) that the Packers had ended the regular season on a winning streak of five-plus games in back-to-back years (five in 2019). Green Bay finished with the same record as in 2019, 13-3, marking just the second time in team history that the Packers won 13-plus games in back-to-back seasons (13-3 in both 1996 and 1997). Green Bay won the NFC North for the second consecutive season, and the 11-1 (.917) record in division games in LaFleur’s first two seasons was the best two-year division record for Green Bay since going 11-1 in 2011-12. Dating back to 1967, it was only the second time the Packers had lost one or fewer division games over a two-year span. Rodgers led an offense that scored the second-most points in a season (509) in team history (560 in 2011) and joined Favre (1995-97) as the only Packers to win the AP MVP three times (2011, 2014, 2020). Rodgers’ NFL-leading 121.5 passer rating was the second-highest single-season mark by a quarterback in NFL history, trailing only his 122.5 rating in 2011. The three-time MVP was not the only one to have a monster year as seven Packers were named to the Pro Bowl (Adams, CB Jaire Alexander, Bakhtiari, G Elgton Jenkins, Jones, Rodgers and Z. Smith), including six who were named starters (all but Jones), giving Green Bay the most starter selections since it had eight in 1967. The Packers had six players named All-Pro by AP (Alexander, Z. Smith) including four first-team selections (Adams, Bakhtiari, C Corey Linsley, Rodgers) which were the most by Green Bay since 1967 (six). Adams had a historically great season, setting the franchise record for receptions in a season with 115 and tying WR Sterling Sharpe (1994) for the most receiving TDs in a season with 18 (tied for No. 3 in NFL history). Adams also became the first player in NFL history to have 15-plus TD receptions and average 95-plus receiving yards and eight-plus receptions per game. After a regular season in which Green Bay earned the No. 1 seed in the NFC for the third time since 1990 (1996, 2011), the Packers beat the Los Angeles Rams to earn a trip to the NFC title game for the ninth time since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger and the fourth time since 2014 (2014, 2016, 2019), the most in the NFC over that span. It was the third time (1996 and 2007) that Lambeau Field hosted the NFC Championship. It also marked the first time since 1995-97 that Green Bay appeared in consecutive NFC title games. But the road would end there as the Buccaneers defeated the Packers, 31-26. (Source: 2021 Packer Media Guide)

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

​Davante Adams    17   WR 6- 1 215 Fresno State       7  7 28 14 2014 Draft - 2nd round

Montravius Adams 90   DT 6- 4 304 Auburn             4  4 25  8 2017 Draft - 3rd round

Jaire Alexander  23   CB 5-10 196 Louisville         3  3 23 11 2018 Draft - 1st round

Adrian Amos      31    S 6- 0 214 Penn State         2  6 27 16 3-14-19 FA (Bears)

Tavon Austin     16   WR 5- 8 179 West Virginia      1  8 30  4 12-1-20 FA (San Fran)

David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           8  8 29 12 2013 Draft - 3rd round

Krys Barnes      51   LB 6- 2 229 UCLA               1  1 22 13 4-29-20 FA

Reggie Begelton  84   WR 6- 0 200 Lamar              1  1 27  1 1-6-20 FA

Henry Black      41   DB 6- 0 204 Baylor             1  1 23  8 4-29-20 FA

Tim Boyle         8   QB 6- 4 233 Eastern Kentucky   2  2 26  8 5-4-18 FA 

Ben Braden       64   OG 6- 6 329 Michigan           3  3 26  4 10-21-20 (N. England)

Hunter Bradley   43   LS 6- 3 241 Mississippi State  3  3 26 16 2018 Draft - 7th round

James Burgess    57   LB 6- 0 230 Louisville         4  4 26  4 10-24-20 FA (Falcons)

Oren Burks       42   LB 6- 3 223 Vanderbilt         3  3 25 16 2018 Draft - 3rd round

Kenny Clark      97   DT 6- 3 314 UCLA               5  5 25 13 2016 Draft - 1st round

Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado          14 14 36 16 2007 Draft - 6th round

Domin. Daffney   49   TE 6- 2 243 Indiana State      1  1 23  5 10-12-20 FA (Colts)

Josiah Deguara   81   TE 6- 2 238 Cincinnati         1  1 23  2 2020 Draft - 3rd round

A.J. Dillon      28   RB 6- 0 247 Boston College     1  1 22 11 2020 Draft - 2nd round

Tyler Ervin      32   RB 5-10 185 San Jose State     2  5 27  8 12-2-19 FA (Jaguars)

Tipa Galeai      50   DE 6- 5 235 Utah State         1  1 23  1 4-29-20 FA

Jonathan Garvin  53   DL 6- 4 257 Miami (FL)         1  1 21  8 2020 Draft - 7th round

Rashaun Gary     52   DE 6- 5 277 Michigan           2  2 23 15 2019 Draft - 1st round

Raven Greene     36    S 5-11 197 James Madison      3  3 25 10 5-4-18 FA

De'Jon Harris    59   LB 6- 0 244 Arkansas           1  1 23  2 9-9-20 FA (Patriots)

Damon Harrison   98   DT 6- 3 350 William Penn       1  9 32  1 12-30-20 FA (Seahawks)

Ka'dar Hollman   29   DB 6- 0 196 Toledo             2  2 26 14 2019 Draft - 6th round

Josh Jackson     37   CB 6- 0 196 Iowa               3  3 24 12 2018 Draft - 2nd round

Elgton Jenkins   74    G 6- 5 311 Missisippi State   2  2 25 16 2019 Draft - 2nd round

Aaron Jones      33   RB 5- 9 208 UTEP               4  4 26 14 2017 Draft - 5th round

Kinsley Keke     96   DE 6- 3 288 Washington         2  2 25 14 2019 Draft - 5th round

Kevin King       20   CB 6- 3 200 Washington         4  4 25 11 2017 Draft - 2nd round

Christ. Kirksey  58   LB 6- 2 235 Iowa               1  7 28 11 3-26-20 FA (Browns)

Tyler Lancaster  95   NT 6- 3 313 Northwestern       3  3 26 15 5-4-18 FA

Allen Lazard     13   WR 6- 5 227 Iowa State         3  3 25 10 12-18-18 FA (Jaguars)

Marcedes Lewis   89   TE 6- 6 267 UCLA               3 15 36 15 5-24-18 FA (Jaguars)

Corey Linsley    63    C 6- 3 301 Ohio State         7  7 29 13 2014 Draft - 5th round

John Lovett      45   TE 6- 3 225 Princeton          1  1 24  8 7-30-20 FA (KC)

Dean Lowry       94   DE 6- 6 296 Northwestern       5  5 26 16 2016 Draft - 4th round

Kamal Martin     54   LB 6- 3 240 Minnesota          1  1 22 10 2020 Draft - 5th round

Parry Nickerson  35   CB 5-10 182 Tulane             1  3 26  1 9-7-20 FA (Jaguars)

Yosuah Nijman    73   OL 6- 7 314 Virginia Tech      1  1 24 16 5-3-19 FA

Lucas Patrick    62   OG 6- 3 313 Duke               4  4 27 16 6-1-16 FA

Brian Price      78   DT 6- 3 222 UT-San Antonio     1  5 26  2 12-15-20 FA (Jaguars)

Randy Ramsey     56   LB 6- 3 236 Arkansas           1  1 25 12 5-3-19 FA

Will Redmond     25   CB 5-11 186 Mississippi State  3  3 27 13 9-11-18 FA (Chiefs)

Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California        16 16 37 16 2005 Draft - 1st round

Jon Runyan Jr.   76   OL 6- 4 307 Michigan           1  1 23 16 2020 Draft - 6th round

Anthony Rush     79   NT 6- 4 361 Al-Birmingham      1  2 24  1 11-25-20 FA (Bears)

KeiVarae Russell 34   CB 5-11 196 Notre Dame         1  5 27  1 10-28-20 FA (Giants)

Stanford Samuels 46   DB 6- 2 185 Florida State      1  1 21  2 4-29-20 FA

Darnell Savage   26    S 5-11 198 Maryland           2  2 23 15 2019 Draft - 1st round

J.K. Scott        6    P 6- 6 208 Alabama            3  3 25 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Vernon Scott     23    S 6- 2 202 TCU                1  1 23 15 2020 Draft - 7th round

Darrius Shepherd 82   WR 5-11 186 North Dakota St    2  2 25  8 5-6-19 FA

Preston Smith    91   LB 6- 5 265 Mississippi State  2  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Redskins)

Za'Darius Smith  55   LB 6- 4 272 Kentucky           2  6 28 16 3-14-19 FA (Ravens)

Equan. St. Brown 19   WR 6- 5 214 Notre Dame         3  3 24 12 2018 Draft - 6th round

Jace Sternberger 87   TE 6- 4 251 Texas A & M        2  2 24 12 2019 Draft - 3rd round

Chandon Sullivan 39   DB 5-11 189 Georgia State      2  4 24 16 5-6-19 FA (Eagles)

Ty Summers       44   LB 6- 1 241 TCU                2  2 25 16 2019 Draft - 7th round

Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     7  7 31  1 5-10-13 FA

Malik Taylor     86   WR 6- 1 220 Ferris State       1  1 25 15 7-19-19 FA (Buccaneers)

Robert Tonyan    85   TE 6- 5 237 Indiana State      3  3 26 16 12-5-17 FA (Lions)

Billy Turner     77    G 6- 5 310 North Dakota State 2  7 29 14 3-14-19 FA (Broncos)

M. V.-Scantling  83   WR 6- 4 206 South Florida      3  3 26 16 2018 Draft - 5th round

Ricky Wagner     71   OT 6- 6 313 Wisconsin          1  8 31 16 3-16-20 FA (Detroit)

Dexter Williams  22   RB 5-11 212 Notre Dame         1  1 22  4 2019 Draft - 6th round

NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED

Jamaal Williams  30   RB 6- 0 213 BYU                3  3 24 14 2017 Draft - 4th round

Juwann Winfree   88   WR 6- 3 215 Colorado           1  2 24  2 10-1-20 FA (Broncos)

Billy Winn       93   DT 6- 4 300 Boise State        1  9 31  6 9-16-20 FA (Broncos)

NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent

2020 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD

NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORGINALLY ACQUIRED

Reggie Begelton    WR Lamar             1-6-20 FA (Future Cont.)    10-5-20 (Active)

Henry Black        DB Baylor            4-29-20 FA                  10-24-20 (Active)

Ben Braden (2)      G Michigan          10-20-20 FA (Patriots)      10-24-20 (Active)

Dominique Daffney  TE Indiana State     10-12-20 FA (Colts)         12-5-20 (Active)

Anthony Fabiano     C Harvard           9-6-20 FA (Buccaneers)      12-22-20 (Release)

Robert Foster      WR Alabama           9-9-20 FA (Bills)           10-20-20 (WFT)

N. Griffin-Stewart TE Pittsburgh        9-23-20 (Vikings)           11-3-20 (Release)

Jake Hanson         C Oregon            2020 Draft - 6th round      

De'Jon Harris      LB Arkansas          9-9-20 FA (Patriots)        10-5-20 (Active)

Zack Johnson        G North Dakota St   4-29-20 FA                  

Kalija Lipscomb    WR Vanderbilt        10-13-20 FA (Chiefs)        10-20-20 (Release)

Daylon Mack        DL Texas A&M         9-10-20 FA (Giants)         9-16-20 (Release)

JJ Molson           K UCLA              12-22-20 FA (Chargers)      

Ryan Pope           T San Diego State   9-16-20 FA (Jaguars)        12-15-20 (Release)

Will. Previlon     DL Rutgers           4-29-20 FA

Brian Price (2)    DL Texas-San Antonio 12-15-20 FA (Jaguars)       12-26-20 (Active)

Dax Raymond        TE Utah State        11-3-20 FA (Steelers)       12-26-20 (Release)

Greg Roberts       LB Baylor            5-3-19 FA                   9-22-20 (Release)

Seth Roberts       WR West Alabama      10-31-20 FA (Panthers)      1-25-21 (Release)

Anthony Rush       DL Al-Birmingham     11-25-20 FA (Bears)         11-30-20 (Active)

KeiVarae Russell   CB Notre Dame        10-28-20 FA (Giants)        11-14-20 (Active)

Stanford Samuels   CB Florida State     4-29-20 FA                  11-5-20 (Active)

Caleb Scott        WR Vanderbilt        9-30-20 FA (Seahawks)       10-6-20 (Release)

Delontae Scott     DL SMU               4-29-20 FA

Darr. Shepherd (2) WR North Dakota St   5-6-19 FA                   9-26-20 (Active)

Mike Weber         RB Ohio State        11-11-20 FA (Chiefs)        

Dexter Williams    RB Notre Dame        2019 Draft - 6th round      10-24-20 (Active)

Tramon Williams (2)CB Louisiana Tech    1-21-21 FA (Ravens)         1-23-21 (Active)

Juwann Winfree     WR Colorado          10-1-20 FA (Broncos)        11-14-20 (Active)

Billy Winn         DT Boise State       9-16-20 FA (Broncos)        9-26-20 (Active)

Ryan Winslow        P Pittsburgh        12-26-20 FA (Cardinals)     

NOTE: For the 2020 season, teams were allowed to carry up to 16 players on the practice squad (2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD ITALICS - Activated during season

2020 PACKERS DRAFT (April 23-25, 2020)

RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES

1    26 Jordan Love             QB Utah State      A

1    30 Traded to Miami                            A

2    62 A.J. Dillon             RB Boston College

3    94 Josiah Deguara          TE Cincinnati

4   136 Traded to Miami                            A

5   175 Kamal Martin            LB Minnesota

6   192 Jon Runyan, Jr.          G Michigan        B

6   209 Jake Hanson              C Oregon          C

6   210 Simon Stepaniak          G Indiana

7   236 Vernon Scott             S TCU             E

7   242 Jonathan Garvin         DE Miami (Fl)      D

7   244 Traded to Cleveland                        E

A-Traded 2020 1st round (30th-CB Noah Ibginoghene) and 2020 4th round (136th-Traded) to MIAMI for 2020 1st round (26th-QB Joran Love) (4-23-20) B- Traded WR Trevor Davis to LAS VEGAS for 2020 6th round (192nd-G John Runyan, Jr.) (9-19-19) C-Traded LB Reggie Gilbert to TENNESSEE for 2020 6th round (208th-C Jake Hanson) (8-29-19) D-Traded WR-RB Ty Montgomery to BALTIMORE for 2020 7th round (242nd-Jonathan Garvin) (10-30-18) E-Traded OL Jordan McCray and 2020 7th round (244th-Traded) to CLEVELAND for 2020 7th round (236th-S Vernon Scott) (8-31-19)

FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS

PLAYERS SIGNED - None

PLAYERS LOST - DL Montravius Adams (New England), C Corey Linsley (L.A. Chargers), G Lane Taylor (Houston), RB Jamaal Williams (Detroit)

FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None

The 2020 YEAR IN FOOTBALL

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Washington Football Team (7-9)

Head Coach: Ron Rivera

Passing Leader: Alex Smith (1582)

Rushing Leader: Antonio Gibson (795)

Receiving Leader: Terry McLaurin (87-1118)

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New York Giants (6-10)

Head Coach: Joe Judge

Passing Leader: Daniel Jones (2943)

Rushing Leader: Wayne Gallman (682)

Receiving Leader: Sterling Shepard (66-656)

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Dallas Cowboys (6-10)

Head Coach: Mike McCarthy

Passing Leader: Andy Dalton (2170)

Rushing Leader: Ezekiel Elliott (979)

Receiving Leader: Amari Cooper (92-1114)

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Philadelphia Eagles (4-11-1)

Head Coach: Doug Pederson

Passing Leader: Carson Wentz (2620)

Rushing Leader: Miles Sanders (867)

Receiving Leader: Greg Ward (53-419)

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Green Bay Packers (13-3)

Head Coach: Matt LeFleur

Passing Leader: Aaron Rodgers (4299)

Rushing Leader: Aaron Jones (1104)

Receiving Leader: Davante Adams (115-1374)

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Chicago Bears (8-8)

Head Coach: Matt Nagy

Passing Leader: Mitchell Trubisky (2055)

Rushing Leader: David Montgomery (1070)

Receiving Leader: Allen Robinson (102-1250)

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Minnesota Vikings (7-9)

Head Coach: Mike Zimmer

Passing Leader: Kirk Cousins (4265)

Rushing Leader: Dalvin Cook (1557)

Receiving Leader: Justin Jefferson (88-1400)

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Detroit Lions (5-11)

Head Coach: Matt Patricia (4-7)/Darrell Bevell (1-4)

Passing Leader: Matthew Stafford (4084)

Rushing Leader: Adrian Peterson (604)

Receiving Leader: Marvin Jones (76-978)

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New Orleans Saints (12-4)

Head Coach: Sean Payton

Passing Leader: Drew Brees (2942)

Rushing Leader: Alvin Kamara (932)

Receiving Leader: Alvin Kamara (83-756)

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5)

Head Coach: Bruce Arians

Passing Leader: Tom Brady (4633)

Rushing Leader: Ronald Jones II (978)

Receiving Leader: Mike Evans (70-1006)

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Carolina Panthers (5-11)

Head Coach: Matt Rhule

Passing Leader: Teddy Bridgewater (3733)

Rushing Leader: Mike Davis (642)

Receiving Leader: Robby Anderson (95-1096)

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Atlanta Falcons (4-12)

Head Coach: Dan Quinn (0-5)/Raheem Morris (4-7)

Passing Leader: Matt Ryan (4581)

Rushing Leader: Todd Gurley (678)

Receiving Leader: Calvin Ridley (90-1374)

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Seattle Seahawks (12-4)

Head Coach: Pete Carroll

Passing Leader: Russell Wilson (4212)

Rushing Leader: Chris Carson (681)

Receiving Leader: Tyler Lockett (100-1054)

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Los Angeles Rams (10-6)

Head Coach: Sean McVay

Passing Leader: Jared Goff (3952)

Rushing Leader: Cam Akers (625)

Receiving Leader: Cooper Kupp (92-974)

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Arizona Cardinals (8-8)

Head Coach: Kliff Kingsbury

Passing Leader: Kyler Murray (3971)

Rushing Leader: Kenyan Drake (955)

Receiving Leader: DeAndre Hopkins (115-1407)

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San Francisco 49ers (6-10)

Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan

Passing Leader: Nick Mullens (2437)

Rushing Leader: Jeff Wilson (600)

Receiving Leader: Brandon Aiyuk (60-748)

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10

KANSAS CITY 34, Houston 20

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13

Seattle 38, ATLANTA 25               BUFFALO 27, NY Jets 17

Chicago 27, DETROIT 23               Green Bay 43, MINNESOTA 34

NEW ENGLAND 21, Miami 11             WASHINGTON 27, Philadelphia 17

Las Vegas 34, CAROLINA 30            JACKSONVILLE 27, Indianapolis 20

BALTIMORE 38, Cleveland 6            LA Chargers 16, CINCINNATI 13

NEW ORLEANS 34, Tampa Bay 23         Arizona 24, SAN FRANCISCO 20
LA RAMS 20, Dallas 17

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14

Pittsburgh 26, NY GIANTS 16          Tennessee 16, DENVER 14

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      1  0 0 1.000  24  17 Buffalo          1  0 0 1.000  27  17

Dallas          0  1 0  .000  17  20 New England      1  0 0 1.000  21  11

Philadelphia    0  1 0  .000  17  27 Miami            0  1 0  .000  11  21

NY Giants       0  1 0  .000  16  26 NY Jets          0  1 0  .000  17  27

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       1  0 0 1.000  43  34 Baltimore        1  0 0 1.000  38   6

Chicago         1  0 0 1.000  27  23 Pittsburgh       1  0 0 1.000  26  16

Minnesota       0  1 0  .000  34  43 Cincinnati       0  1 0  .000  13  16

Detroit         0  1 0  .000  23  27 Cleveland        0  1 0  .000   6  38

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     1  0 0 1.000  34  23 Tennessee        1  0 0 1.000  16  14

Carolina        0  1 0  .000  30  34 Jacksonville     1  0 0 1.000  27  20

Tampa Bay       0  1 0  .000  23  34 Indianapolis     0  1 0  .000  20  27

Atlanta         0  1 0  .000  25  38 Houston          0  1 0  .000  20  34

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

LA Rams         1  0 0 1.000  20  17 Kansas City      1  0 0 1.000  34  20

Seattle         1  0 0 1.000  38  25 LA Chargers      1  0 0 1.000  16  13

Arizona         1  0 0 1.000  24  20 Las Vegas        1  0 0 1.000  34  30

San Francisco   0  1 0  .000  20  24 Denver           0  1 0  .000  14  16

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17

CLEVELAND 35, Cincinnati 30

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20

CHICAGO 17, NY Giants 13             DALLAS 40, Atlanta 39

GREEN BAY 42, Detroit 21             TENNESSEE 33, Jacksonville 30

INDIANPOLIS 28, Minnesota 11         Buffalo 31, MIAMI 28

San Francisco 31, NY JETS 13         LA Rams 37, PHILADELPHIA 19

PITTSBURGH 26, Denver 21             TAMPA BAY 31, Carolina 17

ARIZONA 30, Washington 15            Kansas City 23, LA CHARGERS 20 (OT)

Baltimore 33, HOUSTON 16             SEATTLE 35, New England 30

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21

LAS VEGAS 34, New Orleans 24

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      1  1 0  .500  39  47 Buffalo          2  0 0 1.000  58  45

Dallas          1  1 0  .500  57  59 New England      1  1 0  .500  51  46

Philadelphia    0  2 0  .000  36  64 Miami            0  2 0  .000  39  52

NY Giants       0  2 0  .000  29  43 NY Jets          0  2 0  .000  30  58

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       2  0 0 1.000  85  55 Baltimore        2  0 0 1.000  71  22

Chicago         2  0 0 1.000  44  36 Pittsburgh       2  0 0 1.000  52  37

Minnesota       0  2 0  .000  45  71 Cleveland        1  1 0  .500  41  68

Detroit         0  2 0  .000  44  69 Cincinnati       0  2 0  .000  43  51

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     1  1 0  .500  58  57 Tennessee        2  0 0 1.000  49  44

Tampa Bay       1  1 0  .500  54  51 Jacksonville     1  1 0  .500  57  53

Carolina        0  2 0  .000  47  65 Indianapolis     1  1 0  .500  48  38

Atlanta         0  2 0  .000  64  78 Houston          0  2 0  .000  36  67

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

LA Rams         2  0 0 1.000  57  36 Kansas City      2  0 0 1.000  57  40

Seattle         2  0 0 1.000  73  55 Las Vegas        2  0 0 1.000  68  54

Arizona         2  0 0 1.000  54  35 LA Chargers      1  1 0  .500  36  36

San Francisco   1  1 0  .500  51  37 Denver           0  2 0  .000  35  42

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24

Miami 31, JACKSONVILLE 13

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27

BUFFALO 35, LA Rams 32               CLEVELAND 34, Washington 20

Tennessee 31, MINNESOTA 30           NEW ENGLAND 36, Las Vegas 20

San Francisco 36, NY GIANTS 9        PHILADELPHIA 23, Cincinnati 23 (T)

PITTSBURGH 28, Houston 21            INDIANAPOLIS 36, NY Jets 7

Carolina 21, LA CHARGERS 16          Tampa Bay 28, DENVER 10

Detroit 26, ARIZONA 23               SEATTLE 38, Dallas 31

Green Bay 37, NEW ORLEANS 30         Chicago 30, ATLANTA 26

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28

Kansas City 34, BALTIMORE 20

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      1  2 0  .333  59  81 Buffalo          3  0 0 1.000  93  77

Dallas          1  2 0  .333  88  97 New England      2  1 0  .667  87  66

Philadelphia    0  2 1  .167  59  87 Miami            1  2 0  .333  70  65

NY Giants       0  3 0  .000  38  79 NY Jets          0  3 0  .000  37  94

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       3  0 0 1.000 122  85 Pittsburgh       3  0 0 1.000  80  58

Chicago         3  0 0 1.000  74  62 Cleveland        2  1 0  .667  75  88

Detroit         1  2 0  .333  70  92 Baltimore        2  1 0  .667  91  56

Minnesota       0  3 0  .000  75 102 Cincinnati       0  2 1  .167  66  74

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       2  1 0  .667  82  61 Tennessee        3  0 0 1.000  80  74

New Orleans     1  2 0  .333  88  94 Indianapolis     2  1 0  .667  84  45

Carolina        1  2 0  .333  68  81 Jacksonville     1  2 0  .333  70  84

Atlanta         0  3 0  .000  90 108 Houston          0  3 0  .000  57  85

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         3  0 0 1.000 111  86 Kansas City      3  0 0 1.000  91  60

LA Rams         2  1 0  .667  89  71 Las Vegas        2  1 0  .667  88  90

Arizona         2  1 0  .667  77  61 LA Chargers      1  2 0  .333  52  57

San Francisco   2  1 0  .667  87  46 Denver           0  3 0  .000  45  70

THURSDAY OCTOBER 1

Denver 37, NY JETS 28

SUNDAY OCTOBER 4

CINCINNATI 33, Jacksonville 25       Cleveland 49, DALLAS 38

New Orleans 35, DETROIT 29           Seattle 31, MIAMI 23

TAMPA BAY 38, LA Chargers 31         Baltimore 31, WASHINGTON 17

CAROLINA 31, Arizona 21              Minnesota 31, HOUSTON 23

LA RAMS 17, NY Giants 9              Indianapolis 19, CHICAGO 11

Buffalo 30, LAS VEGAS 23             Philadelphia 25, SAN FRANCISCO 20

MONDAY OCTOBER 5

*-KANSAS CITY 26, New England 10     GREEN BAY 30, Atlanta 16

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    1  2 1  .375  84 107 Buffalo          4  0 0 1.000 123 100

Dallas          1  3 0  .333 126 146 New England      2  2 0  .500  97  92

Washington      1  3 0  .250  76 112 Miami            1  3 0  .250  93  96

NY Giants       0  4 0  .000  47  96 NY Jets          0  4 0  .000  65 131

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       4  0 0 1.000 152 101 Pittsburgh       3  0 0 1.000  80  58

Chicago         3  1 0  .750  85  81 Cleveland        3  1 0  .750 124 126

Detroit         1  3 0  .250  99 127 Baltimore        3  1 0  .750 122  73

Minnesota       1  3 0  .250 106 125 Cincinnati       1  2 1  .375  99  99

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       3  1 0  .750 120  92 Tennessee        3  0 0 1.000  80  74

New Orleans     2  2 0  .500 123 123 Indianapolis     3  1 0  .750 103  56

Carolina        2  2 0  .500  99 102 Jacksonville     1  3 0  .250  95 117

Atlanta         0  4 0  .000 106 138 Houston          0  4 0  .000  80 116

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         4  0 0 1.000 142 109 Kansas City      4  0 0 1.000  91  60

LA Rams         3  1 0  .750 106  80 Las Vegas        2  2 0  .500  88  90

Arizona         2  2 0  .500  98  92 LA Chargers      1  3 0  .250  52  57

San Francisco   2  2 0  .500 107  71 Denver           1  3 0  .250  45  70

BYE - Pittsburgh, Tennessee

* - The New England–Kansas City game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET, was postponed to Monday at 7:05 p.m. ET due to one positive COVID-19 test on each team. The Pittsburgh–Tennessee game, originally scheduled for October 4 at 1:00 p.m. ET, was postponed to October 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET due to several Tennessee players testing positive for COVID-19.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 8

CHICAGO 20, Tampa Bay 19

SUNDAY OCTOBER 11

Carolina 23, ATLANTA 16              Las Vegas 40, KANSAS CITY 32

Arizona 30, NY JETS 10               PITTSBURGH 38, Philadelphia 29

LA Rams 30, WASHINGTON 10            BALTIMORE 27, Cincinnati 3

HOUSTON 30, Jacksonville 14          Miami 43, SAN FRANCISCO 17

CLEVELAND 32, Indianapolis 23        DALLAS 37, NY Giants 34

SEATTLE 27, Minnesota 26

MONDAY OCTOBER 12

NEW ORLEANS 30, LA Chargers 27

TUESDAY OCTOBER 13

*- TENNESSEE 42, Buffalo 16

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          2  3 0  .400 163 180 Buffalo          4  1 0  .800 139 142

Philadelphia    1  3 1  .300 113 145 New England      2  2 0  .500  97  92

Washington      1  4 0  .200  86 142 Miami            2  3 0  .400 136 113

NY Giants       0  5 0  .000  81 133 NY Jets          0  5 0  .000  75 161

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       4  0 0 1.000 152 101 Pittsburgh       4  0 0 1.000 118  87

Chicago         4  1 0  .800 105 100 Cleveland        4  1 0  .800 156 149

Detroit         1  3 0  .250  99 127 Baltimore        4  1 0  .800 149  76

Minnesota       1  4 0  .200 132 152 Cincinnati       1  3 1  .300 102 126

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       3  2 0  .600 139 112 Tennessee        4  0 0 1.000 122  90

New Orleans     3  2 0  .600 153 150 Indianapolis     3  2 0  .600 126  88

Carolina        3  2 0  .600 122 118 Jacksonville     1  4 0  .200 109 147

Atlanta         0  5 0  .000 122 161 Houston          1  4 0  .200 110 130

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         5  0 0 1.000 169 135 Kansas City      4  1 0  .800 123 100

LA Rams         4  1 0  .800 136  90 Las Vegas        3  2 0  .600 128 122

Arizona         3  2 0  .600 128 102 Denver           1  3 0  .250  45  70

San Francisco   2  3 0  .400 124 114 LA Chargers      1  4 0  .200  79  87

BYE - Denver, Detroit, GREEN BAY, New England

* - The Denver–New England game, which was originally scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS, was moved to 4:25 p.m. as part of the NFL's flex scheduling. The game was later postponed to Monday at 5:00 p.m. ET after multiple New England players tested positive for COVID-19. This game was again postponed to October 18 at 1:00 p.m. ET when another New England player tested positive. The Buffalo–Tennessee game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET was postponed to Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. ET due to several positive COVID-19 tests for Tennessee.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 18

TENNESSEE 42, Houston 36             INDIANAPOLIS 31, Cincinnati 27

Atlanta 40, MINNESOTA 23             Denver 18, NEW ENGLAND 12

NY GIANTS 20, Washington 19          Baltimore 30, PHILADELPHIA 28

PITTSBURGH 38, Cleveland 7           Chicago 23, CAROLINA 16

Detroit 34, JACKSONVILLE 16          MIAMI 24, NY Jets 0

TAMPA BAY 38, Green Bay 10           SAN FRANCISCO 24, LA Rams 16

MONDAY OCTOBER 19

*-Kansas City 26, BUFFALO 17         Arizona 38, DALLAS 10

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Dallas          2  4 0  .333 173 218 Buffalo          4  2 0  .667 156 168

Philadelphia    1  4 1  .250 141 175 Miami            3  3 0  .500 160 113

Washington      1  5 0  .167 105 162 New England      2  3 0  .400 109 110

NY Giants       1  5 0  .167 101 152 NY Jets          0  6 0  .000  75 185

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

Chicago         5  1 0  .833 128 116 Pittsburgh       5  0 0 1.000 156  94

GREEN BAY       4  1 0  .800 162 139 Baltimore        5  1 0  .833 179 104

Detroit         2  3 0  .250 133 143 Cleveland        4  2 0  .667 163 187

Minnesota       1  5 0  .200 155 192 Cincinnati       1  4 1  .250 129 157

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       4  2 0  .667 177 122 Tennessee        5  0 0 1.000 164 126

New Orleans     3  2 0  .600 153 150 Indianapolis     4  2 0  .667 157 115

Carolina        3  3 0  .500 138 141 Jacksonville     1  5 0  .167 125 181

Atlanta         1  5 0  .167 162 184 Houston          1  5 0  .167 146 172

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         5  0 0 1.000 169 135 Kansas City      5  1 0  .833 149 117

LA Rams         4  2 0  .667 152 114 Las Vegas        3  2 0  .600 128 122

Arizona         4  2 0  .667 166 112 Denver           2  3 0  .400  63  82

San Francisco   3  3 0  .500 148 130 LA Chargers      1  4 0  .200  79  87

BYE - Las Vegas, New Orleans, LA Chargers, Seattle

* The Kansas City–Buffalo game, originally scheduled for Thursday at 8:20 p.m. ET was moved to Monday at 5:00 p.m. ET, to avoid a situation in which the Bills would play games two days apart. The New York Jets–Los Angeles Chargers game, originally scheduled for 4:05 p.m. ET was moved to November 22 at 4:05 p.m. ET, to accommodate the Week 5 Denver–New England game. The Miami–Denver game, originally scheduled for 4:05 p.m. ET, was moved to November 22 at 4:05 p.m. ET, to accommodate Denver–New England

THURSDAY OCTOBER 22

PHILADELPHIA 22, NY Giants 21

SUNDAY OCTOBER 25

Detroit 23, ATLANTA 22               Cleveland 37, CINCINNATI 34

Pittsburgh 27, TENNESSEE 24          NEW ORLEANS 27, Carolina 24

Buffalo 18, NY JETS 10               WASHINGTON 25, Dallas 3

Green Bay 35, HOUSTON 20             Tampa Bay 45, LAS VEGAS 20

Kansas City 43, DENVER 16            San Francisco 33, NEW ENGLAND 6

LA CHARGERS 39, Jacksonville 29      ARIZONA 37, Seattle 34 (OT)

MONDAY OCTOBER 26

LA RAMS 24, Chicago 10

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    2  4 1  .357 163 196 Buffalo          5  2 0  .714 174 178

Dallas          2  5 0  .286 176 243 Miami            3  3 0  .500 160 113

Washington      2  5 0  .286 130 165 New England      2  4 0  .333 115 143

NY Giants       1  6 0  .143 122 174 NY Jets          0  7 0  .000  85 203

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       5  1 0  .833 197 159 Pittsburgh       6  0 0 1.000 183 118

Chicago         5  2 0  .714 138 140 Baltimore        5  1 0  .833 179 104

Detroit         3  3 0  .500 156 165 Cleveland        5  2 0  .714 200 221

Minnesota       1  5 0  .200 155 192 Cincinnati       1  5 1  .214 163 194

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       5  2 0  .714 222 142 Tennessee        5  1 0  .833 188 153

New Orleans     4  2 0  .667 180 174 Indianapolis     4  2 0  .667 157 115

Carolina        3  4 0  .429 162 168 Jacksonville     1  6 0  .143 154 220

Atlanta         1  6 0  .143 184 207 Houston          1  6 0  .143 166 207

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         5  1 0  .833 203 172 Kansas City      6  1 0  .857 192 133

LA Rams         5  2 0  .714 176 124 Las Vegas        3  3 0  .500 148 167

Arizona         5  2 0  .714 203 146 Denver           2  4 0  .333  79 125

San Francisco   4  3 0  .571 181 136 LA Chargers      2  4 0  .333 118 116

BYE - Indianapolis, Miami, Minnesota, Baltimore

NOTE: The Pittsburgh–Baltimore game, originally scheduled for October 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET was rescheduled for November 1 at 1:00 p.m. ET, to accommodate the Pittsburgh–Tennessee game from Week 4. The Los Angeles Chargers–Miami game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET was moved to November 15 at 4:05 p.m. ET, to accommodate the Denver–New England game from Week 5. The Tampa Bay–Las Vegas game, originally scheduled for Sunday Night Football, was moved to 4:05 p.m. ET, due to Las Vegas having multiple positive COVID-19 tests and to ensure a SNF game was available in case this game needed to be postponed to a later date. The Seattle–Arizona game, originally scheduled for 4:05 p.m. ET, was moved to SNF.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 29

Atlanta 25, CAROLINA 17

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1

BUFFALO 24, New England 21           CINCINNATI 31, Tennessee 20

Las Vegas 16, CLEVELAND 6            Indianapolis 41, DETROIT 21

Minnesota 28, GREEN BAY 22           KANSAS CITY 35, NY Jets 8

MIAMI 28, LA Rams 17                 Pittsburgh 28, BALTIMORE 24

DENVER 31, LA Chargers 30            New Orleans 26, CHICAGO 23 (OT)

SEATTLE 37, San Francisco 27         PHILADELPHIA 23, Dallas 9

MONDAY NOVEMBER 2

Tampa Bay 25, NY GIANTS 23

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    3  4 1  .438 186 205 Buffalo          6  2 0  .750 198 199

Washington      2  5 0  .286 130 165 Miami            4  3 0  .571 188 130

Dallas          2  6 0  .250 185 266 New England      2  5 0  .286 136 167

NY Giants       1  7 0  .125 145 199 NY Jets          0  8 0  .000  93 238

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       5  2 0  .714 219 187 Pittsburgh       7  0 0 1.000 211 142

Chicago         5  3 0  .625 161 166 Baltimore        5  2 0  .714 203 132

Detroit         3  4 0  .429 177 206 Cleveland        5  3 0  .625 206 237

Minnesota       2  5 0  .286 183 214 Cincinnati       2  5 1  .313 194 214

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Tampa Bay       6  2 0  .750 247 165 Tennessee        5  2 0  .714 208 184

New Orleans     5  2 0  .714 206 197 Indianapolis     5  2 0  .714 198 136

Carolina        3  5 0  .375 179 193 Jacksonville     1  6 0  .143 154 220

Atlanta         2  6 0  .250 209 224 Houston          1  6 0  .143 166 207

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         6  1 0  .857 240 199 Kansas City      7  1 0  .875 227 141

Arizona         5  2 0  .714 203 146 Las Vegas        4  3 0  .571 164 173

LA Rams         5  3 0  .625 193 152 Denver           3  4 0  .429 110 155

San Francisco   4  4 0  .500 208 173 LA Chargers      2  5 0  .286 148 147

BYE - Arizona, Washington, Jacksonville, Houston

NOTE: The Jacksonville–Los Angeles Chargers game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET was rescheduled for October 25 at 4:25 p.m. ET, to accommodate the Denver–New England game from Week 5.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5

Green Bay 34, SAN FRANCISCO 17

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8

ATLANTA 34, Denver 27                BUFFALO 44, Seattle 34

TENNESSEE 24, Chicago 17             Baltimore 24, INDIANAPOLIS 10

KANSAS CITY 33, Carolina 31          MINNESOTA 34, Detroit 20

NY Giants 23, WASHINGTON 20          Houston 27, JACKSONVILLE 25

Las Vegas 31, LA CHARGERS 26         Pittsburgh 24, DALLAS 19

Miami 34, ARIZONA 31                 New Orleans 38, TAMPA BAY 3

MONDAY NOVEMBER 9

New England 30, NY JETS 27

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    3  4 1  .438 186 205 Buffalo          7  2 0  .778 242 233

Washington      2  6 0  .250 150 188 Miami            5  3 0  .625 222 161

Dallas          2  7 0  .222 204 290 New England      3  5 0  .375 166 194

NY Giants       2  7 0  .222 168 219 NY Jets          0  9 0  .000 120 268

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       6  2 0  .750 253 204 Pittsburgh       8  0 0 1.000 235 161

Chicago         5  4 0  .556 178 190 Baltimore        6  2 0  .750 227 142

Detroit         3  5 0  .375 197 240 Cleveland        5  3 0  .625 206 237

Minnesota       3  5 0  .375 217 234 Cincinnati       2  5 1  .313 194 214

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     6  2 0  .750 244 200 Tennessee        6  2 0  .750 232 201

Tampa Bay       6  3 0  .667 250 203 Indianapolis     5  3 0  .625 208 160

Carolina        3  6 0  .333 210 226 Houston          2  6 0  .250 193 232

Atlanta         3  6 0  .333 243 251 Jacksonville     1  7 0  .125 179 247

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         6  2 0  .750 274 243 Kansas City      8  1 0  .889 260 172

Arizona         5  3 0  .625 234 180 Las Vegas        5  3 0  .625 195 199

LA Rams         5  3 0  .625 193 152 Denver           3  5 0  .375 137 189

San Francisco   4  5 0  .444 225 207 LA Chargers      2  6 0  .250 174 178

BYE - Cincinnati, Cleveland, LA Rams, Philadelphia

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12

Indianapolis 34, TENNESSEE 17

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 15

CLEVELAND 10, Houston 7              DETROIT 30, Washington 27

GREEN BAY 24, Jacksonville 20        NY GIANTS 27, Philadelphia 17

Tampa Bay 46, CAROLINA 23            LAS VEGAS 37, Denver 12

MIAMI 29, LA Chargers 21             ARIZONA 32, Buffalo 30

LA RAMS 23, Seattle 16               NEW ORLEANS 27, San Francisco 13

PITTSBURGH 36, Cincinnati 10         NEW ENGLAND 23, Baltimore 17

MONDAY NOVEMBER 16

Minnesota 19, CHICAGO 13

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    3  5 1  .387 203 232 Buffalo          7  3 0  .700 272 265

NY Giants       3  7 0  .300 195 236 Miami            6  3 0  .667 251 182

Dallas          2  7 0  .222 204 290 New England      4  5 0  .444 189 211

Washington      2  7 0  .222 177 218 NY Jets          0  9 0  .000 120 268

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       7  2 0  .778 277 224 Pittsburgh       9  0 0 1.000 271 171

Chicago         5  5 0  .500 191 209 Baltimore        6  3 0  .667 244 165

Detroit         4  5 0  .444 227 267 Cleveland        6  3 0  .667 216 244

Minnesota       4  5 0  .444 236 247 Cincinnati       2  6 1  .278 204 250

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     7  2 0  .778 271 213 Tennessee        6  3 0  .667 249 235

Tampa Bay       7  3 0  .700 296 226 Indianapolis     6  3 0  .667 242 177

Atlanta         3  6 0  .333 243 251 Houston          2  7 0  .222 200 242

Carolina        3  7 0  .300 233 272 Jacksonville     1  8 0  .111 199 271

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         6  3 0  .667 290 266 Kansas City      8  1 0  .889 260 172

Arizona         6  3 0  .667 266 210 Las Vegas        6  3 0  .667 232 211

LA Rams         6  3 0  .667 216 168 Denver           3  6 0  .333 149 226

San Francisco   4  6 0  .400 238 234 LA Chargers      2  7 0  .222 195 207

BYE - Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City, NY Jets

NOTE: The New York Jets–Miami game originally scheduled for Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET was rescheduled for October 18 at 4:05 p.m. ET, to accommodate the Denver–New England game from Week 5. This also eliminated an unusual quirk in the schedule that would have had Miami and New York play each other in consecutive games, separated by their bye week.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19

SEATTLE 28, Arizona 21

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22

CLEVELAND 22, Philadelphia 17        NEW ORLEANS 24, Atlanta 9

WASHINGTON 20, Cincinnati 9          CAROLINA 20, Detroit 0

Pittsburgh 27, JACKSONVILLE 3        Tennessee 30, BALTIMORE 24 (OT)

HOUSTON 27, New England 20           DENVER 20, Miami 13

LA CHARGERS 34, NY Jets 28           INDIANAPOLIS 34, Green Bay 31 (OT)

Dallas 31, MINNESOTA 28              Kansas City 35, LAS VEGAS 31

MONDAY NOVEMBER 23

LA Rams 27, TAMPA BAY 24

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Philadelphia    3  6 1  .350 220 254 Buffalo          7  3 0  .700 272 265

NY Giants       3  7 0  .300 195 236 Miami            6  4 0  .600 264 202

Dallas          3  7 0  .300 235 318 New England      4  6 0  .400 209 238

Washington      3  7 0  .300 197 227 NY Jets          0 10 0  .000 148 302

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       7  3 0  .700 308 258 Pittsburgh      10  0 0 1.000 298 174

Chicago         5  5 0  .500 191 209 Cleveland        7  3 0  .700 238 261

Detroit         4  6 0  .400 227 287 Baltimore        6  4 0  .600 268 195

Minnesota       4  6 0  .400 264 278 Cincinnati       2  7 1  .250 213 270

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     8  2 0  .800 295 222 Tennessee        7  3 0  .700 279 259

Tampa Bay       7  4 0  .636 320 253 Indianapolis     7  3 0  .700 276 208

Carolina        4  7 0  .364 253 272 Houston          3  7 0  .300 227 262

Atlanta         3  7 0  .300 252 275 Jacksonville     1  9 0  .100 202 298

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         7  3 0  .700 318 287 Kansas City      9  1 0  .900 295 203

LA Rams         7  3 0  .700 243 192 Las Vegas        6  4 0  .600 263 246

Arizona         6  4 0  .600 287 238 Denver           4  6 0  .400 169 239

San Francisco   4  6 0  .400 238 234 LA Chargers      3  7 0  .300 229 235

BYE - Buffalo, Chicago, NY Giants, San Francisco

NOTE: The Los Angeles Chargers–Denver game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET was moved to November 1 at 4:05 p.m. ET to accommodate the Denver–New England game from Week 5.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26

Houston 41, DETROIT 25               Washington 41, DALLAS 16

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 29

ATLANTA 43, Las Vegas 6              BUFFALO 27, LA Chargers 17

NY Giants 19, CINCINNATI 17          Tennessee 45, INDIANAPOLIS 26

MINNESOTA 28, Carolina 27            NEW ENGLAND 20, Arizona 17
Miami 20, NY JETS 3                  Cleveland 27, JACKSONVILLE 25

New Orleans 31, DENVER 3             San Francisco 23, LA RAMS 20

Kansas City 27, TAMPA BAY 24         GREEN BAY 41, Chicago 25

MONDAY NOVEMBER 30

Seattle 23, PHILADELPHIA 17

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2

PITTSBURGH 19, Baltimore 14

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      4  7 0  .364 238 243 Buffalo          8  3 0  .727 299 282

NY Giants       4  7 0  .364 214 253 Miami            7  4 0  .636 284 205

Philadelphia    3  7 1  .318 237 277 New England      5  6 0  .455 229 255

Dallas          3  8 0  .273 251 359 NY Jets          0 11 0  .000 151 322

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       8  3 0  .727 349 283 Pittsburgh      11  0 0 1.000 317 188

Chicago         5  6 0  .455 216 250 Cleveland        8  3 0  .727 265 286

Minnesota       5  6 0  .455 292 305 Baltimore        6  5 0  .545 282 214

Detroit         4  7 0  .364 252 328 Cincinnati       2  8 1  .227 230 289

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

New Orleans     9  2 0  .818 326 225 Tennessee        8  3 0  .727 324 285

Tampa Bay       7  5 0  .583 344 280 Indianapolis     7  4 0  .636 302 253

Atlanta         4  7 0  .364 285 281 Houston          4  7 0  .364 268 287

Carolina        4  8 0  .333 280 300 Jacksonville     1 10 0  .091 227 325

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         8  3 0  .727 341 304 Kansas City     10  1 0  .909 322 227

LA Rams         7  4 0  .636 263 215 Las Vegas        6  5 0  .545 269 289

Arizona         6  5 0  .545 304 258 Denver           4  7 0  .364 172 270

San Francisco   5  6 0  .455 261 254 LA Chargers      3  8 0  .273 246 262

NOTE: The Baltimore–Pittsburgh game, originally scheduled for Thursday at 8:20 p.m. ET, was postponed three times, ultimately to Wednesday at 3:40 p.m. ET, due to several Ravens players and staff testing positive for COVID-19.

SUNDAY DECEMBER 6

New Orleans 21, ATLANTA 16           Detroit 34, CHICAGO 30

Cleveland 41, TENNESSEE 35           MIAMI 19, Cincinnati 7

MINNESOTA 27, Jacksonville 24 (OT)   Las Vegas 31, NY JETS 28

Indianapolis 26, HOUSTON 20          LA Rams 38, ARIZONA 28

NY Giants 17, SEATTLE 12             GREEN BAY 30, Philadelphia 16

New England 45, LA CHARGERS 0        KANSAS CITY 22, Denver 16

MONDAY DECEMBER 7

Washington 23, PITTSBURGH 17         Buffalo 34, SAN FRANCISCO 24

TUESDAY DECEMBER 8

BALTIMORE 34, Dallas 17

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      5  7 0  .417 261 260 Buffalo          9  3 0  .750 333 306

NY Giants       5  7 0  .417 231 265 Miami            8  4 0  .667 303 212

Philadelphia    3  8 1  .292 253 307 New England      6  6 0  .500 274 255

Dallas          3  9 0  .250 268 393 NY Jets          0 12 0  .000 179 353

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

GREEN BAY       9  3 0  .750 379 299 Pittsburgh      11  1 0  .917 334 201

Minnesota       6  6 0  .500 319 329 Cleveland        9  3 0  .750 306 321

Chicago         5  7 0  .417 246 284 Baltimore        7  5 0  .583 316 231

Detroit         5  7 0  .417 286 358 Cincinnati       2  9 1  .208 237 308

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Y-New Orleans  10  2 0  .833 347 241 Tennessee        8  4 0  .667 359 326

Tampa Bay       7  5 0  .583 344 280 Indianapolis     8  4 0  .667 328 273

Atlanta         4  8 0  .333 301 302 Houston          4  8 0  .333 288 313

Carolina        4  8 0  .333 280 300 Jacksonville     1 11 0  .083 251 352

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         8  4 0  .667 353 321 Y-Kansas City   11  1 0  .917 344 243

LA Rams         8  4 0  .667 301 243 Las Vegas        7  5 0  .583 300 317

Arizona         6  6 0  .500 332 296 Denver           4  8 0  .333 188 292

San Francisco   5  7 0  .417 285 288 LA Chargers      3  9 0  .250 246 307

Y-Clinched playoff berth

BYE - Carolina, Tampa Bay

NOTE: To accommodate the postponed Week 12 Baltimore–Pittsburgh game, the Washington–Pittsburgh game, originally scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET, was postponed to Monday at 5:00 p.m. ET, and the Dallas–Baltimore game, originally scheduled for Thursday at 8:20 p.m. ET, was postponed to Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. ET.

THURSDAY DECEMBER 10

LA RAMS 24, New England 3

SUNDAY DECEMBER 13

CHICAGO 36, Houston 7                Dallas 30, CINCINNATI 7

Kansas City 33, MIAMI 27             Arizona 26, NY GIANTS 7

TAMPA BAY 26, Minnesota 14           Denver 32, CAROLINA 27

Tennessee 31, JACKSONVILLE 10        Indianapolis 44, LAS VEGAS 27

SEATTLE 40, NY Jets 3                Green Bay 31, DETROIT 24

PHILADELPHIA 24, New Orleans 21      LA CHARGERS 20, Atlanta 17

Washington 23, SAN FRANCISCO 15      BUFFALO 26, Pittsburgh 15

MONDAY DECEMBER 14

Baltimore 47, CLEVELAND 42

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      6  7 0  .462 284 275 Buffalo         10  3 0  .769 359 321

NY Giants       5  8 0  .385 238 291 Miami            8  5 0  .615 330 245

Philadelphia    4  8 1  .346 277 328 New England      6  7 0  .462 277 279

Dallas          4  9 0  .308 298 400 NY Jets          0 13 0  .000 182 393

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    10  3 0  .769 410 323 Y-Pittsburgh    11  2 0  .846 349 227

Minnesota       6  7 0  .462 333 355 Cleveland        9  4 0  .692 348 368

Chicago         6  7 0  .462 282 291 Baltimore        8  5 0  .615 363 273

Detroit         5  8 0  .385 310 389 Cincinnati       2 10 1  .192 244 338

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Y-New Orleans  10  3 0  .769 368 265 Tennessee        9  4 0  .692 390 336

Tampa Bay       8  5 0  .615 370 294 Indianapolis     9  4 0  .692 372 300

Atlanta         4  9 0  .308 318 322 Houston          4  9 0  .308 295 349

Carolina        4  9 0  .308 307 332 Jacksonville     1 12 0  .077 261 383

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Seattle         9  4 0  .692 393 324 X-Kansas City   12  1 0  .923 377 270

LA Rams         9  4 0  .692 325 246 Las Vegas        7  6 0  .538 327 361

Arizona         7  6 0  .538 358 303 Denver           5  8 0  .385 220 319

San Francisco   5  8 0  .385 300 311 LA Chargers      4  9 0  .308 266 324

X-Clinched division title            Y-Clinched playoff berth

THURSDAY DECEMBER 17

LA Chargers 30, LAS VEGAS 27 (OT)

SATURDAY DECEMBER 19

Buffalo 48, DENVER 19                GREEN BAY 24, Carolina 16

SUNDAY DECEMBER 20

Tampa Bay 31, ATLANTA 27             DALLAS 41, San Francisco 33

TENNESSEE 46, Detroit 25             INDIANAPOLIS 27, Houston 20

MIAMI 22, New England 12             Chicago 33, MINNESOTA 27

Seattle 20, WASHINGTON 15            BALTIMORE 40, Jacksonville 14

NY Jets 23, LA RAMS 20               ARIZONA 33, Philadelphia 26

Kansas City 32, NEW ORLEANS 29       Cleveland 20, NY GIANTS 6

MONDAY DECEMBER 21

CINCINNATI 27, Pittsburgh 17

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      6  8 0  .429 299 295 X-Buffalo       11  3 0  .786 407 340

NY Giants       5  9 0  .357 244 311 Miami            9  5 0  .643 352 257

Dallas          5  9 0  .357 339 433 New England      6  8 0  .429 289 301

Philadelphia    4  9 1  .321 303 361 NY Jets          1 13 0  .071 205 413

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    11  3 0  .786 434 339 Y-Pittsburgh    11  3 0  .786 366 254

Chicago         7  7 0  .500 315 318 Cleveland       10  4 0  .714 368 374

Minnesota       6  8 0  .429 360 388 Baltimore        9  5 0  .643 403 287

Detroit         5  9 0  .357 335 435 Cincinnati       3 10 1  .250 271 355

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

Y-New Orleans  10  4 0  .714 397 297 Tennessee       10  4 0  .714 436 361

Tampa Bay       9  5 0  .643 401 321 Indianapolis    10  4 0  .714 399 320

Atlanta         4 10 0  .286 345 353 Houston          4 10 0  .286 315 376

Carolina        4 10 0  .286 323 356 Jacksonville     1 13 0  .071 275 423

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

Y-Seattle      10  4 0  .714 413 339 X-Kansas City   13  1 0  .929 409 299

LA Rams         9  5 0  .643 345 269 Las Vegas        7  7 0  .500 354 391

Arizona         8  6 0  .571 391 329 Denver           5  9 0  .357 239 367

San Francisco   5  9 0  .357 333 352 LA Chargers      5  9 0  .357 296 351

X-Clinched division title            Y-Clinched playoff berth

FRIDAY DECEMBER 25

NEW ORLEANS 52, Minnesota 33

SATURDAY DECEMBER 26

Tampa Bay 47, DETROIT 7              San Francisco 20, ARIZONA 12

Miami 26, LAS VEGAS 25

SUNDAY DECEMBER 27

KANSAS CITY 17, Atlanta 14           NY JETS 23, Cleveland 16

PITTSBURGH 28, Indianapolis 24       Chicago 41, JACKSONVILLE 17

BALTIMORE 27, NY Giants 13           Cincinnati 37, HOUSTON 31

LA CHARGERS 19, Denver 16            Carolina 20, WASHINGTON 13

DALLAS 37, Philadelphia 17           SEATTLE 20, LA Rams 9

GREEN BAY 40, Tennessee 14

MONDAY DECEMBER 28

Buffalo 38, NEW ENGLAND 9

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

Washington      6  9 0  .400 315 315 X-Buffalo       12  3 0  .800 445 349

Dallas          6  9 0  .400 376 450 Miami           10  5 0  .667 378 282

NY Giants       5 10 0  .333 257 338 New England      6  9 0  .400 298 339

Philadelphia    4 10 1  .300 320 398 NY Jets          2 13 0  .133 229 429

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    12  3 0  .800 474 353 X-Pittsburgh    12  3 0  .800 394 288

Chicago         8  7 0  .533 356 335 Baltimore       10  5 0  .667 430 300

Minnesota       6  9 0  .400 393 440 Cleveland       10  5 0  .667 384 397

Detroit         5 10 0  .333 342 482 Cincinnati       4 10 1  .300 308 386

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  11  4 0  .733 449 330 Tennessee       10  5 0  .667 450 401

Y-Tampa Bay    10  5 0  .667 448 328 Indianapolis    10  5 0  .667 423 348

Carolina        5 10 0  .333 343 369 Houston          4 11 0  .267 346 423

Atlanta         4 11 0  .267 369 370 Jacksonville     1 14 0  .067 292 464

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

X-Seattle      11  4 0  .733 433 348 X-Kansas City   14  1 0  .933 452 324

LA Rams         9  6 0  .600 354 289 Las Vegas        7  8 0  .467 402 447

Arizona         8  7 0  .533 403 349 LA Chargers      6  9 0  .400 346 405

San Francisco   6  9 0  .400 353 364 Denver           5 10 0  .333 292 414

X-Clinched division title            Y-Clinched playoff berth

SUNDAY JANUARY 3

Minnesota 37, DETROIT 35             BUFFALO 56, Miami 26

Green Bay 35, CHICAGO 16             NEW ENGLAND 28, NY Jets 14

NY Giants 23, DALLAS 19              Baltimore 38, CINCINNATI 3

Washington 20, PHILADELPHIA 14       CLEVELAND 24, Pittsburgh 22

TAMPA BAY 44, Atlanta 27             Las Vegas 32, DENVER 31

New Orleans 33, CAROLINA 7           LA Chargers 38, KANSAS CITY 21

LA RAMS 18, Arizona 7                INDIANAPOLIS 28, Jacksonville 14

Seattle 26, SAN FRANCISCO 23         Tennessee 41, HOUSTON 38

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - East           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - East

X-Washington    7  9 0  .438 335 329 X-Buffalo       13  3 0  .813 501 375

Dallas          6 10 0  .375 395 473 Miami           10  6 0  .625 404 338

NY Giants       6 10 0  .375 280 357 New England      7  9 0  .438 326 353

Philadelphia    4 11 1  .281 334 418 NY Jets          2 14 0  .125 243 457

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - North          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - North

X-GREEN BAY    13  3 0  .813 509 369 X-Pittsburgh    12  4 0  .750 416 312

Y-Chicago       8  8 0  .500 372 370 Y-Baltimore     11  5 0  .688 468 303

Minnesota       7  9 0  .438 430 475 Y-Cleveland     11  5 0  .688 408 419

Detroit         5 11 0  .313 377 519 Cincinnati       4 11 1  .281 311 424

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - South          AMERICAN CONFERENCE - South

X-New Orleans  12  4 0  .750 482 337 X-Indianapolis  11  5 0  .688 451 362

Y-Tampa Bay    11  5 0  .688 492 355 Y-Tennessee     11  5 0  .688 491 439

Carolina        5 11 0  .313 350 402 Houston          4 12 0  .250 384 464

Atlanta         4 12 0  .250 396 414 Jacksonville     1 15 0  .063 306 492

NATIONAL CONFERENCE - West           AMERICAN CONFERENCE - West

X-Seattle      12  4 0  .750 459 371 X-Kansas City   14  2 0  .875 473 362

Y-LA Rams      10  6 0  .625 372 296 Las Vegas        8  8 0  .500 434 478

Arizona         8  8 0  .500 410 367 LA Chargers      7  9 0  .438 384 426

San Francisco   6 10 0  .375 376 390 Denver           5 11 0  .313 323 446

X-Clinched division title            Y-Clinched playoff berth

2020 PLAYOFFS - AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

Wildcard - Sat Jan 9 - BUFFALO (13-3) 27, Indianapolis (11-3) 24

Wildcard - Sun Jan 10 - Baltimore (11-5) 20, TENNESSEE (11-5) 13

Wildcard - Sun Jan 10 - Cleveland (11-5) 48, PITTSBURGH (12-4) 37

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Buffalo Bills (13-3)

Head Coach: Sean McDermott

Passing Leader: Josh Allen (4544)

Rushing Leader: Devin Singletary (687)

Receiving Leader: Stefon Diggs (127-1535)

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Miami Dolphins (10-6)

Head Coach: Brian Flores

Passing Leader: Ryan Fitzpatrick (2091)

Rushing Leader: Myles Gaskin (584)

Receiving Leader: DeVante Parker (63-793)

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New England Patriots (7-9)

Head Coach: Bill Belichick

Passing Leader: Cam Newton (2657)

Rushing Leader: Damien Harris (691)

Receiving Leader: Jakobi Myers (59-729)

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New York Jets (2-14)

Head Coach: Adam Gase

Passing Leader: Sam Darnold (2208)

Rushing Leader: Frank Gore (653)

Receiving Leader: Jamison Crowder (59-699)

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Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

Passing Leader: Ben Roethlisberger (3803)

Rushing Leader: James Conner (721)

Receiving Leader: JuJu Smith-Schuster (97-831)

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Baltimore Ravens (11-5)

Head Coach: John Harbaugh

Passing Leader: Lamar Jackson (2757

Rushing Leader: Lamar Jackson (1005)

Receiving Leader: Marquise Brown (58-769)/Mark Andrews (58-701)

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Cleveland Browns (11-5)

Head Coach: Kevn Stefanski

Passing Leader: Baker Mayfield (3563)

Rushing Leader: Nick Chubb (1067)

Receiving Leader: Jarvis Landry (72-840)

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Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1)

Head Coach: Zac Taylor

Passing Leader: Joe Burrow (2688)

Rushing Leader: Joe Mixon (428)

Receiving Leader: Tyler Boyd (79-841)

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Tennessee Titans (11-5)

Head Coach: Mike Vrabel

Passing Leader: Ryan Tannehill (3819)

Rushing Leader: Derrick Henry (2027)

Receiving Leader: A.J. Brown (70-1075)

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Indianapolis Colts (11-5)

Head Coach: Frank Reich

Passing Leader: Philip Rivers (4169)

Rushing Leader: Jonathan Taylor (1169)

Receiving Leader: Nyheim Hines (63-482)

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Houston Texans (4-12)

Head Coach: Bill O'Brien (0-4)/Romeo Crennel (4-8)

Passing Leader: Deshaun Watson (4823)

Rushing Leader: David Johnson (691)

Receiving Leader: Brandin Cooks (81-1150)

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Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15)

Head Coach: Doug Marrone

Passing Leader: Gardner Minshew II (2259)

Rushing Leader: James Robinson (1070)

Receiving Leader: Laviska Shenault Jr. (58-600)

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Kansas City Chiefs (14-2)

Head Coach: Andy Reid

Passing Leader: Patrick Mahomes (4740)

Rushing Leader: Clyde Edwards-Helaire (803)

Receiving Leader: Travis Kelce (105-1416)

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Las Vegas Raiders (8-8)

Head Coach: Jon Gruden

Passing Leader: Derek Carr (4103)

Rushing Leader: Josh Jacobs (1065)

Receiving Leader: Darren Waller (107-1196)

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Los Angeles Chargers (7-9)

Head Coach: Anthony Lynn

Passing Leader: Justin Herbert (4336)

Rushing Leader: Austin Ekeler (530)

Receiving Leader: Keenan Allen (100-992)

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Denver Broncos (5-11)

Head Coach: Vic Fangio

Passing Leader: Drew Lock (2933)

Rushing Leader: Melvin Gordon (986)

Receiving Leader: Noah Fant (62-673)

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Divisional - Sat Jan 16 - BUFFALO (14-3) 17, Baltimore (12-5) 3

Divisional - Sun Jan 17 - KANSAS CITY (14-2) 22, Cleveland (12-5) 17

Conference - Sun Jan 24 - KANSAS CITY (15-2) 38, Buffalo (15-3) 24

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

Wildcard - Sat Jan 9 - LA Rams (10-6) 30, SEATTLE (12-4) 20

Wildcard - Sat Jan 9 - Tampa Bay (11-5) 31, WASHINGTON (7-9) 23

Wildcard - Sat Jan 10 - NEW ORLEANS (12-4) 21, Chicago (8-8) 9

Divisional - Sat Jan 16 - GREEN BAY (13-3) 32, LA Rams (12-5) 18

Divisional - Sat Jan 17 - Tampa Bay (12-5) 30, NEW ORLEANS (13-4) 20

Conference - Sun Jan 24 - Tampa Bay (13-5) 31, GREEN BAY (14-3) 26

SUPER BOWL 55 (February 7, 2021 at Tampa Bay)

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (14-5) 31, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (16-2) 9 - Tom Brady has done it yet again. The quarterback won his record seventh Super Bowl and the first with his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady and the Bucs beat the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in what was a home game for the Bucs, played in Tampa, Fla. Super Bowl 55 capped a difficult and challenging year for the NFL. The coronavirus led to postponements, teams sometimes playing with depleted rosters and many games hosted in mostly empty stadiums. Brady, the oldest ever to play in a Super Bowl at age 43, showed his experience in the first half, leading the Buccaneers to three touchdowns — including two passes to his favorite postseason target Rob Gronkowski (and setting another record in the process: it was the 13th and 14th touchdowns for a QB-pass catcher tandem in the playoffs). Brady ended the first half with a 71-yard drive in the waning seconds to go up 21-6 at the break. Tampa Bay's defense stymied Kansas City and quarterback Patrick Mahomes in the first half. Mahomes, who had been slowed by a toe injury two weeks ago, seemed to shake off the pain but didn't show his usual brilliance. The Chiefs made mistakes on both sides of the ball and were penalized eight times for 95 yards. In the last two postseasons, Kansas City faced deficits of at least 9 points and won each of them. The Chiefs were looking to become the first team since the Patriots in the 2003 and 2004 seasons to win back-to-back NFL championships. Kansas City started the second half with its biggest yardage gain of the game when running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire dashed 26 yards. But the K.C. offense could only capitalize with a field goal. The Buccaneers answered on the next drive with yet another touchdown as Leonard Fournette scampered 27-yards for the Bucs first rushing touchdown to extend their lead to 28-9. After a Patrick Mahomes interception, Tampa Bay marched down the field to score yet again, a 52-yard field goal by Ryan Succop, to extend the lead to 31-9. That would be all the scoring of Super Bowl LV and in one of the bigger surprises, the Chiefs did not score a touchdown. This Super Bowl was marked by a number of firsts: it was the first time that a team got to play in its home stadium. Down Judge Sarah Thomas was the first woman to officiate in the NFL championship. And, for the first time in his ten Super Bowls, Brady led his team to a touchdown in the first quarter. The coronavirus left its mark too. Stadium capacity was reduced to just 25,000 fans in attendance (including 7,500 vaccinated health care workers who received free tickets from the NFL). On television, the stadium looked even fuller because 30,000 cardboard cutouts filled the empty seats with pictures of smiling people who paid $100 for the honor. It was a record 10th Super Bowl appearance for Brady. He played in nine for the New England Patriots (winning six, a record) in his 20 seasons with New England. This was Brady's first year with the Bucs and he led his new team to only their second Super Bowl in franchise history. Brady also was named as the Super Bowl MVP — for the fifth time, extending his record. And good news for Bucs fans: During the post-game celebration Brady said simply, "I'll be back." The Buccaneers Super Bowl win is yet another crowning achievement for the Tampa region in the past year. The Lightning won the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup. The Rays played in the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. And now the Bucs winning the NFL championship in their home stadium caps a stellar run for the region now known as Champa Bay.

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2020 XFL

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DC Defenders (3-2)

Head Coach: Pep Hamilton

Passing Leader: Cardale Jones (674)

Rushing Leader: Jhurell Presley (190)

Receiving Leader: Eli Rogers (19-164)

Attendance: 16,179 (5th)

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St. Louis BattleHawks (3-2)

Head Coach: Jonathan Hayes

Passing Leader: Jordan Ta.amu (1050)

Rushing Leader: Matt Jones (314)

Receiving Leader: De'Mornay Pierson-el (23-209)

Attendance: 28,541 (1st)

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New York Guardians (3-2)

Head Coach: Kevin Gilbride

Passing Leader: Luis Perez (418)

Rushing Leader: Darius Victor (238)

Receiving Leader: Colby Pearson (16-223)

Attendance: 14,875 (7th)

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Tampa Bay Vipers (1-4)

Head Coach: Marc Trestman

Passing Leader: Taylor Cornelius (858)

Rushing Leader: De'Veon Smith (365)

Receiving Leader: Reece Horn (27-240)

Attendance: 15,183 (6th)

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Houston Roughnecks (5-0)

Head Coach: June Jones

Passing Leader: P.J. Walker (1338)

Rushing Leader: James Butler (221)

Receiving Leader: Cam Phillips (31-455)

Attendance: 18,230 (3rd)

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Dallas Renegades (2-3)

Head Coach: Bob Stoops

Passing Leader: Landry Jones (784)

Rushing Leader: Cameron Artis-Payne (241)

Receiving Leader: Flynn Nagel (26-217)/Lance Dunbar (26-154)

Attendance: 17,163 (4th)

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Los Angeles Wildcats (2-3)

Head Coach: Winston Moss

Passing Leader: Josh Johnson (1092)

Rushing Leader: Elijah Hood (78)

Receiving Leader: Nelson Spruce (20-267)

Attendance: 13,124 (8th)

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Seattle Dragons (1-4)

Head Coach: Jim Zorn

Passing Leader: Brandon Silvers (539)

Rushing Leader: Kenneth Farrow (156)

Receiving Leader: Austin Proehl (16-225)

Attendance: 25,616 (2nd)

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8

DC 31, Seattle 19 (17163) - The DC Defenders (1-0) powered through the second half with three touchdowns and registered three takeaways to secure a 31-19 win over the Seattle Dragons (0-1) at Audi Field in the first game of the 2020 XFL season. Quarterback Cardale Jones, who helped Ohio State claim the College Football Playoff national championship in the 2014 season, completed 16 of 26 passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns. Former Redskins wide receiver Rashad Ross caught two passes for 52 yards and a touchdown. Defensive back Bradley Sylve bumped the Defenders’ lead to 31-19 with a 69-yard interception return, giving DC touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams.

SEATTLE -  6  7  6  0 - 19

DC      -  3  9 13  6 - 31

1st - DC - Tyler Rausa, 34-yard field goal DC 3-0 1st - SEA - Austin Proehl, 14-yard pass from Brandon Silvers SEA 6-3 2nd - DC - Jonathan Celestin, 10-yard blocked punt return DC 9-6 2nd - SEA - Trey Williams, 13-yard pass from (Keenan Reynolds 1-Point pass from Brandon Silvers) SEA 13-9 2nd - DC - Rausa, 54-yard field goal SEA 13-12 3rd - DC - Khari Lee, 39-yard pass from Cardale Jones (Donnel Pumphrey 1-point run) DC 19-13 3rd - SEA - Austin Proehl, 57 -yard pass from Silvers TIED 19-19 3rd - DC - Rashad Ross, 31-yard pass from Jones DC 25-19 4th - DC - Bradley Sylve, 69-yard interception return DC 31-19

HOUSTON 37, Los Angeles 17 (17815) - The Houston Roughnecks (1-0) found themselves trailing the Los Angeles Wildcats (0-1) 17-12 before they scored 25 unanswered points on their way to 37-17 victory Saturday evening at TDECU Stadium. Quarterback P.J. Walker led the way with four touchdowns and 272 passing yards.

LOS ANGELES -  8  9  0  0 - 17 

HOUSTON     -  6 12  8 11 - 37

1st - HOU - Cam Phillips, 50-yard pass from Phillip Walker HOU 6-0 1st - LA - Chad Kanoff, 5-yard run (Jordan Smallwood 2-point pass from Chad Kanoff) LA 8-6 2nd - LA - Jordan Smallwood, 11-yard pass from Kanoff LA 14-6 2nd - HOU - James Butler, 16-yard pass from Walker LA 14-12 2nd - LA - Nick Novak, 35-yard field goal LA 17-12 2nd - HOU - Sam Mobley, 39-yard pass from Walker HOU 18-17 3rd - HOU - Kahlil Lewis, 4-yard pass from Phillip Walker (Walker 2-point run) HOU 26-17 4th - HOU - Sergio Castillo, 44-yard field goal HOU 29-17 4th - HOU - James Butler, 4-yard run (Kahlil Lewis 2-point pass from Phillip Walker) HOU 37-17

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9

NEW YORK 23, Tampa Bay 3 (17634)The New York Guardians' defense took control of their Week 1 matchup with the Tampa Bay Vipers early and directed the tempo throughout the 23-3 win Sunday at MetLife Stadium. QB Matt McGloin threw and plunged for a score, but a late defensive touchdown put an exclamation point on a dominant day for the home crew.

TAMPA BAY -  0  0  3  0  - 3

NEW YORK  -  7 10  0  6 - 23

1st - NY - Matt McGloin, 1-yard run (Tim Cook 1-point run) NY 7-0 2nd - NY - Colby Pearson, 12-yard pass from McGloin (Tim Cook 1-point run) NY 14-0 2nd - NY - Mathew McCrane, 49-yard field goal NY 17-0 3rd - TB - Andrew Franks, 23-yard field goal NY 17-3 4th - NY - Jamar Summers, 13-yard fumble return NY 23-3

St. Louis 15, DALLAS 9 (17206)The St. Louis BattleHawks claimed victory in their franchise debut, edging the Dallas Renegades 15-9 on Sunday. Quarterback Jordan Ta’amu carried the offense in what was a defensive slugfest for much of the game. The Ole Miss product threw for 209 yards and a touchdown while adding 77 yards rushing. Ta’amu’s 37-yard, third-down run late in the fourth quarter set St. Louis up for the game-winning drive. The Renegades needed a score to at least tie the game in the final minute. St. Louis safety and defensive captain Will Hill picked off Dallas quarterback Philip Nelson, sealing the victory for the BattleHawks. Running back Keith Ford bulldozed his way to the end zone in the second quarter, marking the team’s first touchdown. The BattleHawks became the first team in the new XFL to win on the road.

ST. LOUIS -  0  6  0  9 - 15

DALLAS    -  0  6  3  0 -  9

2nd - DAL - Austin MacGinnis, 32-yard field goal DAL 3-0 2nd - SL - Keith Ford, 16-yard run SL 6-3 2nd - DAL - MacGinnis, 42-yard field goal TIED 6-6 3rd - - DAL - MacGinnis, 23-yard field goal DAL 9-6 4th - SL - Alonzo Russell, 9-yard pass from Jordan Ta'amu SL 12-9 4th - SL - Taylor Russolino, 48-yard field goal SL 15-9

EAST DIVISION                        WEST DIVISION

DC Defenders    1  0 0 1.000  31  19 Houston          1  0 0 1.000  37  17

New York        1  0 0 1.000  23   3 Dallas           0  1 0  .000   9  15

St. Louis       1  0 0 1.000  15   9 Seattle          0  1 0  .000  19  31

Tampa Bay       0  1 0  .000   3  23 Los Angeles      0  1 0  .000  17  37

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15

DC 27, New York 0 (15031)The DC Defenders looked absolutely dominant in their Week Two victory over the New York Guardians. Quarterback play was completely opposite for each team. Defenders quarterback Cardale Jones threw for 276 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. He finished the day with a 91.7 quarterback rating. As for The New York Guardians, quarterback Matt McGloin finished the afternoon with a 10.1 quarterback rating, passing for 44 yards, no touchdowns, and two interceptions. The defensive play for both teams was also very different. New York didn’t do much on the stat sheet aside from snagging one interception. However, the Defenders truly lived up to their name. The Defenders recorded three sacks, a forced fumble and recovery, as well as two interceptions – one being a pick-six – to help put New York away.

NEW YORK -  0  0  0  0 -  0

DC       -  6  6  6  9 - 27

1st - DC - DeAndre Thompkins, 13-yard pass from Cardale Jones DC 6-0 2nd - Tyler Rausa, 27-yard field goal DC 9-0 2nd - DC - Rausa, 36-yard field goal DC 12-0 3rd - DC - Jameer Thurman, 46 -yard interception return DC 18-0 4th - DC - Rausa, 26-yard field goal DC 21-0 4th - DC - Derrick Hayward, 6 -yard pass from Jones DC 27-0

SEATTLE 17, Tampa Bay 9 (29712) - The Dragons turned the jeers into cheers Saturday afternoon. Boos from the home crowd at CenturyLink Field rained on the Dragons after a miserable start, one that culminated with Seattle quarterback Brandon Silvers throwing a pick-six — on a 78-yard interception return — that gave the Tampa Bay Vipers a nine-point lead early in the third quarter. But suddenly, everything changed, starting with a long touchdown pass. Then came a defensive touchdown, a great goal-line stand, then one final stand. It all added to 17 consecutive points and a 17-9 victory.

TAMPA BAY -  0  3  6  0 -  9

SEATTLE   -  0  0 14  3 - 17

2nd - TB - Andrew Franks, 36-yard field goal TB 3-0 3rd - TB - Tarvarus McFadden, 78-yard interception return TB 9-0 3rd - SEA - Keenan Reynolds, 68-yard pass from Brandon Silvers TB 9-6 3rd - SEA - Marcell Frazier, 1-yard interception return (Keenan Reynolds 2-point pass from Silvers) SEA 14-9 4th - SEA - Ernesto Lacayo, 27-yard field goal SEA 17-9

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16

Dallas 25, LOS ANGELES 18 (14979) - The Los Angeles Wildcats lost to the Dallas Renegades at Dignity Health Sports Park despite a fourth quarter rally by QB Josh Johnson and receivers Adonis Jennings and Nelson Spruce. The week leading up to the game was tumultuous for the hometown Wildcats after they dismissed defensive coordinator Pepper Johnson and traded their disgruntled defensive captain Anthony Johnson to the DC Defenders. Both teams also featured new starting quarterbacks, with Josh Johnson and Landry Jones returning from injury for the Wildcats and Renegades, respectively. Late in the fourth quarter with 4:45 remaining, Johnson connected with Spruce for a 44-yard touchdown reception that split the Renegades' cover two defense. This touchdown reception stands as the longest pass and reception in Wildcats' history. Jennings followed with a successful three-point conversion that was moved from the 10 to the 5 yard line by a defensive penalty. All of this happened within 18 seconds.

DALLAS      -  0  3  3 19 - 25

LOS ANGELES -  0  3  0 15 - 18

2nd - LA - Nick Novak, 47-yard field goal LA 3-0 2nd - DAL - Austin MacGinnis, 41-yard field goal TIED 3-0 3rd - DAL - MacGinnis, 45-yard field goal DAL 6-3 4th - LA - Nelson Spruce, 6-yard pass from Josh Johnson LA 9-6 4th - DAL - Cameron Artis-Payne, 21-yard run (Cameron Artis-Payne 1-point run) DAL 13-9 4th - DAL - Donald Parham, 3-yard pass from Landry Jones DAL 19-9 4th - LA - Spruce, 44-yard pass from Johnson (Adonis Jennings 3-point pass from Johnson) DAL 19-18 4th - DAL - Artis-Payne 17 -yard run DAL 25-18

HOUSTON 28, St. Louis 24 (17103)The Houston Roughnecks (2-0) relied on their high-octane offense and a timely fourth-quarter interception to notch a 28-24 win over the St. Louis BattleHawks (1-1) in front of the home crowd at TDECU Stadium. The Roughnecks enjoyed three touchdown pairings from quarterback P.J. Walker and wide receiver Cam Phillips, who caught seven of eight targets for 54 yards. BattleHawks quarterback Jordan Ta'amu nearly stole the show from Walker, throwing for 284 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 32 and one score. However, a costly fourth-quarter interception proved decisive, despite a late-quarter touchdown that cut the deficit.

ST. LOUIS -  6  0 12  6 - 24

HOUSTON   -  9 12  0  7 - 28

1st - HOU - Sergio Castillo, 44-yard field goal HOU 3-0 1st - SL - Matt Jones, 25-yard pass from Jordan Ta'amu SL 6-3 1st - HOU - Cam Phillips, 7-yard pass from Phillip Walker HOU 9-6 2nd - HOU - James Butler, 1-yard run HOU 15-6 2nd - HOU - Phillips, 9-yard pass from Walker HOU 21-6 3rd - SL - De'Mornay Pierson-El, 1-yard pass from Ta'amu HOU 21-12 3rd - SL - Ta'amu, 4-yard run HOU 21-18 4th - HOU - Phillips, 2-yard pass from Walker (Walker 1-point run) HOU 28-18 4th - SL - L'Damian Washington, 36-yard pass from Ta'amu

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DC Defenders    2  0 0 1.000  58  19 Houston          2  0 0 1.000  65  41

New York        1  1 0  .500  23  30 Dallas           1  1 0  .500  34  33

St. Louis       1  1 0  .500  39  37 Seattle          1  1 0  .500  36  40

Tampa Bay       0  2 0  .000  12  40 Los Angeles      0  2 0  .000  35  62

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22

Houston 34, TAMPA BAY 27 (18117)The Tampa Bay Vipers' (0-3) first XFL home game featured a reinvigorated offense with success from their quarterback tandem, but it wasn't enough to stop the potent Houston Roughnecks (3-0) from powering to a 34-27 win. Cam Phillips caught three touchdowns from P.J. Walker for the second straight week and piled up 194 receiving yards, the best single-game mark in the league so far, on eight catches (10 targets). Tampa Bay handed over the majority of play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Jaime Elizondo, and it paid off as the Vipers were rolling in the first half with two successful red-zone trips. However, a quieter second half -- and an interception thrown in the final minute -- prevented them from nabbing their first victory. 

HOUSTON   -  9  9  8  8 - 34

TAMPA BAY -  3 15  6  3 - 27

1st - TB - Andrew Franks, 48-yard field goal TB 3-0 1st - HOU - Cam Phillips, 84-yard pass from Phillip Walker (Sam Mobley 3-point pass from Phillip Walker) HOU 9-3 2nd - TB - Quinton Flowers, 7-yard run (Jalen Tolliver 1-point run) TB 10-9 2nd - HOU - Walker, 8-yard run HOU 15-10 2nd - HOU - Sergio Castillo, 28-yard field goal HOU 18-10 2nd - TB - Taylor Cornelius, 1-yard run (Daniel Williams 2-point pass from Taylor Cornelius) TIED 18-18 3rd - HOU - Phillips, 24-yard pass from Walker (James Butler 2-point run) HOU 26-18 3rd - TB - Daniel Williams, 20-yard pass from Cornelius HOU 26-24 4th - TB - Franks, 43-yard field goal TB 27-26 4th - HOU - Phillips, 17-yard pass from Walker (Nick Holley 2-point pass from Walker) HOU 34-27

Dallas 24, SEATTLE 12 (22060) - An unanswered 18-point run lifted the visiting Dallas Renegades (2-1) to a 24-12 win over the Seattle Dragons (1-2) at CenturyLink Field on Saturday, pushing Dallas into sole possession of second place in the West. Dallas quarterback Landry Jones (30-for-41, 274 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions) hit TE Donald Parham for two touchdowns (from 10 and 65 yards out, respectively), but the Renegades truly put the game away by leaning on the run after halftime for the second straight week. Cameron Artis-Payne wound up with 80 rushing yards and 30 receiving yards in another commanding performance. Dragons quarterback Brandon Silvers looked efficient with two first-half TD tosses but was stymied by the Renegades starting in the third quarter, and while Seattle's run game again was strong (99 yards), it failed to sustain late drives.

DALLAS  -  6  0  6 12 - 24

SEATTLE -  6  6  0  0 - 12

2nd - SEA - Austin Proehl, 21-yard pass from Brandon Silvers SEA 6-0 1st - DAL - Flynn Nagel, 12-yard pass from Landry Jones TIED 6-6 2nd - SEA - Kenneth Farrow, 19-yard pass from Silvers SEA 12-6 3rd - DAL - Donald Parham, 10-yard pass from Jones TIED 12-12 4th - DAL - Austin MacGinnis, 19-yard field goal DAL 15-12 4th - DAL - Parham, 65-yard pass from Jones DAL 21-12 4th - DAL - MacGinnis, 33-yard field goal DAL 24-12

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23

ST. LOUIS 29, New York 9 (29554) - With the support of a wild crowd for the XFL debut at The Dome at America's Center, the St. Louis BattleHawks (2-1) controlled their 26-9 victory Sunday over the New York Guardians (1-2). St. Louis never trailed in Week 3 and sustained their drives thanks to an effective 1-2 run tandem of Matt Jones (95 yards, one touchdown) and Christine Michael (44 yards, one TD).  A lateraled kickoff return also went for a BattleHawks touchdown thanks to Joe Powell's finish, and a jaw-dropping 58-yard field goal from Taylor Russolino provided plenty of moments to mark in pro football's return to The Lou. The Guardians, meanwhile, failed to get anything going on offense with erratic quarterback play. Matt McGloin battled ineffectiveness and injury. Marquise Williams moved downfield at times but couldn't convert. Third-stringer Luis Perez got a late audition and threw a touchdown, but by then, New York was far from contending.

NEW YORK  -  0  3  0  6 -  9

ST. LOUIS -  6 17  3  3 - 29

1st - SL - Christine Michael, 14-yard run SL 6-0 2nd - NY - Matthew McCrane, 53-yard field goal SL 6-3 2nd - SL - Joe Powell, 84-yard kickoff return after lateral from Keith Mumphery SL 12-3 2nd - SL -  Taylor Russolino, 39-yard field goal SL 15-3 2nd - SL - Matt Jones, 1-yard run (Alonzo Russell 2-point pass from De'Mornay Pierson-El) SL 23-3 3rd - SL - Russolino, 58-yard field goal SL 26-3 4th - NY -  Austin Duke, 8-yard pass from Luis Perez SL 26-9 4th - SL - Russolino, 36-yard field goal SL 29-9

LOS ANGELES 39, DC Defenders 9 (12211) - Week 3 of the XFL season finished with one of the most shocking results for the league to date — a 39-9 victory on Sunday by the previously winless Los Angeles Wildcats over the DC Defenders. DC quarterback Cardale Jones, who had looked like an MVP candidate through the first two weeks of the campaign, threw four interceptions and was benched in the fourth quarter. Los Angeles passer Josh Johnson, meanwhile, impressed with 278 yards through the air, three scores and no turnovers.

DC          -  0  3  0  6 -  9

LOS ANGELES -  6 21  6  6 - 39

1st - LA - Tre McBride, 40-yard pass from Josh Johnson LA 6-0 2nd - LA - Larry Rose, 1-yard run (Martez Carter 2-point pass from Johnson) LA 14-0 2nd - LA - Tre McBride, 28-yard pass from Johnson LA 20-0 2nd - LA - Martez Carter, 1-yard run (Rose 1-point run) LA 27-0 2nd - DC - Tyler Rausa, 32-yard field goal LA 27-3 3rd - LA - Carter, 18-yard pass from Johnson LA 33-3 4th - LA - Carter, 20-yard run LA 39-3 4th - DC - Nick Brossette, 38-yard run LA 39-9

EAST DIVISION                        WEST DIVISION

DC Defenders    2  1 0  .667  67  58 Houston          3  0 0 1.000  99  68

St. Louis       2  1 0  .667  68  46 Dallas           2  1 0  .667  58  45

New York        1  2 0  .333  32  59 Seattle          1  2 0  .333  48  64

Tampa Bay       0  3 0  .000  39  74 Los Angeles      1  2 0  .333  74  71

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29

NEW YORK 17, Los Angeles 14 (12116)A blocked field goal and steady quarterback play from Luis Perez propelled the New York Guardians to a 17-14 Week 4 victory over the Los Angeles Wildcats. Perez was pressed into starting at quarterback with Matt McGloin inactive. Working in conjunction with an effective New York Guardians run game, the slinger helped defeat his former LA squad. However, LA kicker Nick Novak had a field-goal attempt blocked by Jarrell Owens and later pushed wide to the right a 44-yard try in the fourth that would've tied it. The Guardians (2-2) halted a two-game losing streak by leaning on an efficient, safe effort from Perez (18-for-26, 150 yards) highlighted by beautiful TD showcased below. The real weight was carried by Darius Victor, who barreled through the Wildcats defense for 82 yards on 18 carries (4.6 average), frequently moving chains. The Wildcats (1-3) thrived through the air in defeat. Josh Johnson piled up 330 passing yards and accounted for two touchdowns, with Tre McBride registering eight catches, 1277 yards and a TD on 12 targets.

LOS ANGELES -  6  0  8  0 - 14

NEW YORK    -  3 11  0  3 - 17

1st - NY - Matthew McCrane, 51-yard field goal NY 3-0 1st - LA - Tre McBride, 4-yard pass from Josh Johnson LA 6-3 2nd - NY - McCrane, 23-yard field goal TIED 6-6 2nd - NY - Mekale McKay, 3-yard pass from Luis Perez (Marquise Williams 2-point run) NY 14-6 3rd - LA - Saeed Blacknall, 42-yard pass from Johnson (Jordan Smallwood 2-point pass from Johnson) TIED 14-14 4th - NY - McCrane, 47-yard field goal NY 17-14

ST. LOUIS 23, Seattle 16 (27527) - The Seattle Dragons offense received a major jolt after putting in B.J. Daniels at quarterback in the second half, but the St. Louis BattleHawks survived at home Saturday to win 23-16 in Week 4. Daniels threw for 100 yards and a score while also chewing up 84 rushing yards, bringing Seattle back into the game after the club mustered just three points in the first half. Although he led them on a pair of touchdown drives to bring them close, he was intercepted by Will Hill late in the fourth quarter. The Dragons also failed to stall blossoming BattleHawks signal-caller Jordan Ta'amu. The Ole Miss alum threw for 264 yards and a touchdown on a 20-for-27 day (74 percent completion rate) and ran for 60 yards, continuing to thrive in the BattleHawks' pace-controlling style. 

SEATTLE   -  0  3  7  6 - 16

ST. LOUIS - 11  6  3  3 - 23

1st - SL - De'Mornay Pierson-El, 27-yard pass from Jordan Ta'amu (Marcus Lucas 2-point pass from Jordan Ta'amu) SL 8-0 1st - SL - Taylor Russolino, 48-yard field goal SL 11-0 2nd - SEA - Ernesto Lacayo , 41-yard field goal SL 11-3 2nd - SL - Keith Ford, 13-yard run SL 17-3 3rd - SEA - Kenneth Farrow, 1-yard run (B.J. Daniels 1-point run) SL 17-10 3rd - SL - Russolino, 38-yard field goal SL 20-10 4th - SEA - Evan Rodriguez, 10-yard pass from B.J. Daniels SL 20-16 4th - SL - Russolino, 25-yard field goal SL 23-16

SUNDAY MARCH 1

Houston 27, DALLAS 20 (18322) - The Texas Throwdown felt like a hoedown with how much the Houston Roughnecks were recording takeaways. Forcing five turnovers made up for a quieter offensive day than usual, but Houston held on to defeat the Dallas Renegades 27-20 Sunday at Globe Life Park. The Roughnecks defense recorded three interceptions and recovered two fumbles -- including one returned for a touchdown. Dallas hung around until their final fourth-quarter drive. However, Landry Jones sustained an apparent injury to his left leg and had to be helped off the field. Philip Nelson took over, but Houston recovered a fumble near their own goal line to hang on and win by a touchdown.

HOUSTON -  6  9  6  6 - 27

DALLAS  -  0 11  9  0 - 20

1st - HOU - Sergio Castillo, 37-yard field goal HOU 3-0 1st - HOU - Castillo, 30-yard field goal HOU 6-0 2nd - HOU - Nick Holley, 6-yard pass from Phillip Walker (Phillip Walker 3-point run) HOU 15-0 2nd - DAL - Donald Parham, 12-yard pass from Landry Jones (Parham 2-point pass from Jones) HOU 15-8 2nd - DAL - Austin MacGinnis, 46-yard field goal HOU 15-11 3rd - HOU - Blake Jackson, 19-yard pass from Walker HOU 21-11 3rd - DAL - Lance Dunbar, 1-yard run (Flynn Nagel 3-point pass from Jones) HOU 21-20 4th - HOU - Edmond Robinson, 12-yard fumble return HOU 27-20

TAMPA BAY 25, DC Defenders 0 (12249)The Tampa Bay Vipers have finally joined the winner's circle. And they did it in dominating fashion. The XFL's lone winless team entering Week 4 played one of the best games of any team all season in a 25-0 drubbing over the DC Defenders. The Vipers ran for 256 yards, with De'Veon Smith and Jacquez Patrick becoming the league's first pair of teammates to top 100 yards in the same game. Quarterback Taylor Cornelius completed 24 of 31 passes or 211 yards and a touchdown while also running for 36 yards and a TD. Tampa Bay (1-3) was even more impressive on defense, holding the Defenders (2-2) to 107 total yards of offense, six first downs and 1.9 yards per play. The Vipers had come into the game having allowed the most touchdowns in the league while scoring the fewest.

DC        -  0  0  0  0 -  0

TAMPA BAY -  7  9  6  3 - 25

1st - TB - Jacques Patrick, 8-yard run (De'Veon Smith 1-point run) TB 7-0 2nd - TB - DeAndre Goolsby, 13-yard pass from Taylor Cornelius TB 13-0 2nd - TB - Andrew Franks, 40-yard field goal TB 16-0 3rd - TB - Cornelius, 17-yard run TB 22-0 4th - TB - Franks, 26-yard field goal TB 25-0

EAST DIVISION                        WEST DIVISION

St. Louis       3  1 0  .750  91  62 Houston          4  0 0 1.000 126  88