The 2010-2011 NFL playoff picture is starting to shape up after a number of thrilling contests this past weekend. Philadelphia wide receiver DeSean Jackson provided the final score with a kickoff return on Sunday, concluding the 28-point fourth quarter comeback to edge the New York Giants. Chicago wide-out Devin Hester also made highlights Monday night with a punt return for his NFL record 15th career return in Monday night’s 40-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
The New England Patriots were able to hang on to defeat the Green Bay Packers for their 12th victory of the season. The Atlanta Falcons are the only team to match the Patriots at 12 wins after demolishing the Seattle Seahawks on the west coast. Check for all NFL Week 15 scores below!
Thursday, December 16, 2010
San Diego Chargers 34, San Francisco 49ers 7 – San Diego posted at least one touchdown in all four quarters en route to a decisive victory at home.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Cincinnati Bengals 19, Cleveland Browns 17 – Cedric Benson rushed for 150 yards and one TD from 31 carries to end Cincinnati’s 10-game skid.
Dallas Cowboys 33, Washington Redskins 30 – The Redskins rallied for 16 points in the final 12 minutes but failed to capitalize from there.
Tennessee Titans 31, Houston Texans 17 – The Titans ran up the score early with 21 points in the first block.
Indianapolis Colts 34, Jacksonville Jaguars 24 – Peyton Manning and Austin Collie connected for two TD’s to lift Indianapolis atop the AFC South.
Kansas City Chiefs 27, St Louis Rams 13 – Matt Cassel returned to the lineup and led his team to win in convincing fashion.
Buffalo Bills 17, Miami Dolphins 14 – The Buffalo defense held Miami to just two touchdowns through 48 minutes.
Philadelphia Eagles 38, New York Giants 31 – Michael Vick completed 21 passes for 242 yards and three TD’s while rushing for 130 yards and one TD.
Detroit Lions 23, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20 – Dave Rayner split the uprights with 9:51 left on the clock in OT.
Carolina Panthers 19, Arizona Cardinals 12 – Jonathan Stewart ran for 137 yards to power Carolina to their first win in eight weeks.
Baltimore Ravens 30, New Orleans Saints 24 – Billy Cundiff kicked in two field goals in the fourth quarter to solidify the W for Baltimore.
Atlanta Falcons 34, Seattle Seahawks 18 – The Falcons posted all 34 points between the second and third quarters.
Oakland Raiders 39, Denver Broncos 23 – Oakland cruised past the Broncos with 16 points in the fourth.
New York Jets 22, Pittsburgh Steelers 17 – The Steelers couldn’t punch it in the endzone and the Jets held on to win by five.
New England Patriots 31, Green Bay Packers 27 – Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes and 163 yards with only 43 possessions to work with.
Monday, December 20, 2010
Chicago Bears 40, Minnesota Vikings 14 – Johnny Knox gained a touchdown and 78 yards from just two receptions.