The 2010 NFL playoff race has become even tighter in light of this week’s results with ties featured in five Divisions. The AFC East is still undecided between the 9-2 New England Patriots and New York Jets following their Thanksgiving Day victories over the Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens lead the AFC North at 8-3 after defeating the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. View all NFL Week 12 scores below!
Thursday, November 25, 2010
New England Patriots 45, Detroit Lions 24 – Tom Brady racked up 21 completions for 341 yards and four touchdowns to earn a perfect passer rating.
New Orleans Saints 30, Dallas Cowboys 27 – Drew Brees hit Lance Moore for the go-ahead TD from 12 yards out with under two minutes left in regulation.
New York Jets 26, Cincinnati Bengals 10 – Brad Smith broke out for a 53 yard touchdown run in the third quarter and returned a kickoff in the following block to put the Jets on top.
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 20, Green Bay Packers 17 – Matt Bryant kicked in a 47 yard field goal in the final seconds, lifting the Falcons to their ninth win of the season.
Pittsburgh Steelers 19, Buffalo Bills 16 – Pittsburgh escaped with the W after Steven Johnson let the winning touchdown slip through his hands in OT.
Cleveland Browns 24, Carolina Panthers 23 – Peyton Hillis rushed for 131 yards and three TD’s from 26 total carries.
New York Giants 24, Jacksonville Jaguars 20 – Eli Manning found Kevin Boss in the end zone with 3:15 remaining for New York to regain the lead.
Minnesota Vikings 17. Washington Redskins 13 – Toby Gerhart gained 76 yards and one touchdown from 22 carries in light of Adrian Peterson’s absence.
Houston Texans 20, Tennessee Titans 0 – Matt Schaub tossed two TD’s in the second quarter as the Texans defense shutout Tennessee through all four quarters.
Miami Dolphins 33, Oakland Raiders 17 – Chad Henne returned to the lineup and threw for 307 yards and two TD’s from 17 passes completed.
Kansas City Chiefs 42, Seattle Seahawks 24 – The Chiefs notched 21 points in the fourth quarter to solidify the W.
Chicago Bears 31, Philadelphia Eagles 26 – Chicago scored 14 first quarter points and never lost the lead from there.
St Louis Rams 36, Denver Broncos 33 – The Broncos rallied in the fourth for 20 points but were unable to stage a full comeback.
Baltimore Ravens 17, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10 – The Ravens scored all of their points in the second and held strong on the defensive end to win by 7.
San Diego Chargers 36, Indianapolis Colts 14 – The Chargers picked off Peyton Manning four times while posting 36 points in total.
Monday, November 29, 2010
San Francisco 49ers 27, Arizona Cardinals 6 – San Francisco posted three TD’s in the first half and shutout the Cardinals from there.