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Sunday’s NFL capsules, box scores

Packers 21, Bears 13

Green Bay clinched its second straight NFC North title with a road victory over archrival Chicago. James Jones caught all three touchdown passes thrown by the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay has won 12 straight against NFC North opponents, the longest streak in the NFL. Brandon Marshall had a 15-yard TD catch for the Bears, who have lost five of six and are in danger of missing the playoffs after beginning the year 7-1. Clay Matthews continued his torture of Jay Cutler with two sacks, and Alshon Jeffery hurt the Bears with three offensive pass interference calls late in the second half.

Green Bay 0 14 7 0 21
Chicago 0 7 3 3 13

Chi—Marshall 15 pass from Cutler (Mare kick)

GB—J.Jones 29 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick)

GB—J.Jones 8 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick)

GB—J.Jones 6 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick)

Chi—FG Mare 34

Chi—FG Mare 34

A—62,534.

GB Chi
First downs 20 12
Total Net Yards 391 190
Rushes-yards 32-113 23-83
Passing 278 107
Punt Returns 3-(-2) 3-42
Kickoff Returns 2-37 2-63
Interceptions Ret. 1-24 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 23-36-0 12-21-1
Sacked-Yrds Lost 3-13 4-28
Punts 5-41.6 6-39.8
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-0
Penalties-Yards 8-104 10-91
Time of Poss. 33:23 26:37

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Green Bay, Green 13-35, Grant 8-32, Harris 5-27, Rodgers 4-14, Kuhn 2-5. Chicago, Forte 20-69, Cutler 1-9, Allen 2-5.

PASSING—Green Bay, Rodgers 23-36-0-291. Chicago, Cutler 12-21-1-135.

RECEIVING—Green Bay, Cobb 6-115, Finley 5-61, J.Jones 5-60, G.Jennings 4-50, Green 2-6, Rodgers 1-(minus 1). Chicago, Marshall 6-56, Forte 5-64, Allen 1-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Green Bay, Crosby 43 (WR), 42 (WL).

Texans 29, Colts 17

Houston is the AFC South champion for the second straight year after beating visiting Indianapolis. Andre Johnson had 151 yards receiving and a touchdown, Bryan Braman (Shadle Park) scored a special teams TD on a blocked punt, and Shayne Graham kicked five field goals. The Colts had won three straight and needed a win to clinch a playoff berth a year after going 2-14. But Houston held them off, thanks in part to three sacks from J.J. Watt. The Texans will have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs if they win out.

Indianapolis 0 10 7 0 17
Houston 10 10 3 6 29

Hou—FG S.Graham 29

Hou—Johnson 3 pass from Schaub (S.Graham kick)

Ind—FG Vinatieri 26

Hou—FG S.Graham 35

Hou—Braman 8 blocked punt return (S.Graham kick)

Ind—Hilton 61 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick)

Hou—FG S.Graham 27

Ind—Allen 8 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick)

Hou—FG S.Graham 46

Hou—FG S.Graham 33

A—71,702.

Ind Hou
First downs 19 23
Total Net Yards 272 417
Rushes-yards 25-124 32-178
Passing 148 239
Punt Returns 2-18 2-12
Kickoff Returns 4-111 1-18
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 13-27-0 23-31-0
Sacked-Yrds Lost 5-38 3-22
Punts 6-40.3 3-42.3
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 8-79 9-69
Time of Poss. 26:54 33:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Indianapolis, Ballard 18-105, Luck 2-10, Moore 4-6, Allen 1-3. Houston, Foster 27-165, Tate 5-13.

PASSING—Indianapolis, Luck 13-27-0-186. Houston, Schaub 23-31-0-261.

RECEIVING—Indianapolis, Hilton 3-78, Avery 3-37, Allen 3-36, Wayne 3-14, Fleener 1-21. Houston, Johnson 11-151, Daniels 4-40, Posey 3-46, Walter 2-11, Foster 2-4, Casey 1-9.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Houston, S.Graham 50 (WL).

Redskins 38, Browns 21

Rookie Kirk Cousins threw for 329 yards and two touchdowns filling in for injured star Robert Griffin III, leading Washington to its fifth straight win, at Cleveland . Cousins connected with Leonard Hankerson for both TDs in his first career start and the Redskins barely missed a beat without the talented and multi-dimensional RG3, who sat out with a sprained knee. Last week, Cousins came off the bench after Griffin got hurt. Cousins was behind center from the start of this one and delivered a performance that extended Washington’s longest winning streak since 2007 and moved the Redskins into a tie for first in the NFC East. Rookie Trent Richardson had a pair of TD runs for the Browns.

Washington 7 3 14 14 38
Cleveland 7 7 0 7 21

Cle—Richardson 6 run (Dawson kick)

Was—Hankerson 54 pass from Cousins (Forbath kick)

Was—FG Forbath 44

Cle—Richardson 1 run (Dawson kick)

Was—Morris 3 run (Forbath kick)

Was—Hankerson 2 pass from Cousins (Forbath kick)

Was—Royster 4 run (Forbath kick)

Cle—Benjamin 69 pass from Weeden (Dawson kick)

Was—Morris 8 run (Forbath kick)

A—65,083.

Was Cle
First downs 25 13
Total Net Yards 430 291
Rushes-yards 35-122 15-58
Passing 308 233
Punt Returns 2-18 2-15
Kickoff Returns 1-22 7-191
Interceptions Ret. 2-25 1-37
Comp-Att-Int 26-37-1 21-35-2
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-21 2-11
Punts 5-42.6 6-42.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 6-45 5-30
Time of Poss. 36:17 23:43

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Washington, Morris 27-87, Cousins 3-22, Young 3-10, Royster 2-3. Cleveland, Richardson 11-28, Cribbs 1-16, Weeden 1-9, Hardesty 2-5.

PASSING—Washington, Cousins 26-37-1-329. Cleveland, Weeden 21-35-2-244.

RECEIVING—Washington, Garcon 6-65, Moss 5-57, Morgan 4-60, Paulsen 4-47, Hankerson 2-56, Royster 2-30, Morris 2-6, Young 1-8. Cleveland, Little 5-74, Cameron 3-34, Gordon 3-27, Richardson 3-4, Massaquoi 2-16, Watson 2-12, Smith 2-8, Benjamin 1-69.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Vikings 36, Rams 22

Adrian Peterson ran for a season-best 212 yards, including an 82-yard touchdown that fueled Minnesota’s big second quarter in a victory that spoiled St. Louis’ home finale. Peterson has 1,812 yards rushing, leaving him 294 shy of breaking the NFL’s single-season record of 2,105 by Eric Dickerson of the Los Angeles Rams in 1984. The Vikings scored 10 of their 23 points in the second quarter off turnovers by Sam Bradford, including a 29-yard interception return by defensive end Everson Griffen. They were up by 26 before Bradford threw touchdown passes to Danny Amendola and Lance Kendricks in the fourth quarter.

Minnesota 7 23 3 3 36
St. Louis 0 7 0 15 22

Min—Ponder 5 run (Walsh kick)

StL—Quick 4 pass from Bradford (Zuerlein kick)

Min—Peterson 82 run (Walsh kick)

Min—FG Walsh 50

Min—Griffen 29 interception return (Walsh kick)

Min—FG Walsh 38

Min—FG Walsh 42

Min—FG Walsh 53

StL—Amendola 6 pass from Bradford (Zuerlein kick)

StL—Kendricks 6 pass from Bradford (Amendola pass from Bradford)

Min—FG Walsh 51

A—55,751.

Min StL
First downs 18 29
Total Net Yards 322 432
Rushes-yards 33-213 18-87
Passing 109 345
Punt Returns 1-15 3-16
Kickoff Returns 1-24 2-29
Interceptions Ret. 1-29 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 17-24-0 35-55-1
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-22 4-32
Punts 4-45.5 4-41.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 3-49 8-47
Time of Poss. 30:27 29:33

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Minnesota, Peterson 24-212, Ponder 4-6, Gerhart 5-(minus 5). St. Louis, Jackson 13-73, Bradford 2-9, D.Richardson 3-5.

PASSING—Minnesota, Ponder 17-24-0-131. St. Louis, Bradford 35-55-1-377.

RECEIVING—Minnesota, Simpson 4-27, S.Burton 3-22, Rudolph 3-22, Carlson 3-17, Gerhart 2-21, Jenkins 1-11, Wright 1-11. St. Louis, Jackson 8-73, Gibson 6-76, Amendola 6-58, Pettis 5-55, Kendricks 3-35, D.Richardson 3-25, Quick 2-12, Givens 1-22, Harkey 1-21.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—St. Louis, Zuerlein 57 (WR).

Saints 41, Buccaneers 0

Drew Brees passed for 307 yards and four touchdowns, and New Orleans recorded its first shutout since 1995 in a home victory over Tampa Bay, virtually ending the Buccaneers’ already slim playoff hopes. Josh Freeman endured one of his worst outings of the season for Tampa Bay, throwing four interceptions and losing a fumble. Jabari Greer made two interceptions, Rafael Bush and Isa Abdul-Quddus the others. Cameron Jordan forced Freeman’s fumble on a sack and recovered it. The Saints also bottled up standout rookie running back Doug Martin, holding him to 16 yards on nine carries.

Tampa Bay 0 0 0 0 0
New Orleans 7 17 7 10 41

NO—D.Thomas 9 pass from Brees (Hartley kick)

NO—FG Hartley 25

NO—Sproles 2 pass from Brees (Hartley kick)

NO—Moore 7 pass from Brees (Hartley kick)

NO—Morgan 34 pass from Brees (Hartley kick)

NO—FG Hartley 36

NO—Ingram 11 run (Hartley kick)

A—73,096.

TB NO
First downs 20 24
Total Net Yards 386 447
Rushes-yards 16-67 25-149
Passing 319 298
Punt Returns 1-39 3-38
Kickoff Returns 4-70 1-30
Ints. Ret. 0-0 4-43
Comp-Att-Int 30-54-4 26-39-0
Sackd-Yrds Lost 2-11 1-9
Punts 4-48.8 5-53.6
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 7-84 6-55
Time of Poss. 28:12 31:48

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Tampa Bay, Blount 4-25, Tandy 1-18, Martin 9-16, Freeman 2-8. New Orleans, Ingram 14-90, Sproles 5-22, P.Thomas 4-13, Henderson 1-13, Brees 1-11.

PASSING—Tampa Bay, Freeman 26-47-4-279, Orlovsky 4-7-0-51. New Orleans, Brees 26-39-0-307.

RECEIVING—Tampa Bay, Clark 8-42, Jackson 6-81, Williams 4-63, Underwood 3-46, Stocker 3-23, Martin 3-19, Ware 2-32, Owusu 1-24. New Orleans, Graham 5-69, Sproles 5-21, Moore 4-42, Colston 3-60, P.Thomas 3-26, Morgan 2-61, D.Thomas 2-21, Collins 1-4, Cadet 1-3.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Falcons 34, Giants 0

Matt Ryan threw three touchdowns passes and Atlanta handed visitng New York its first regular-season shutout since 1996. Julio Jones caught a couple of scoring throws from Ryan, who broke his own franchise records for completions and passing yards in a season. He finished 23 of 28 for 270 yards. The Falcons, who have already clinched the NFC South, moved within a win of locking up home-field advantage throughout the conference playoffs. Eli Manning threw two interceptions for New York, which is tied with Washington and Dallas in the NFC East.

N.Y. Giants 0 0 0 0 0
Atlanta 14 3 10 7 34

Atl—Turner 1 run (Bryant kick)

Atl—Gonzalez 12 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick)

Atl—FG Bryant 38

Atl—Jones 40 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick)

Atl—FG Bryant 19

Atl—Jones 3 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick)

A—70,741.

NYG Atl
First downs 10 22
Total Net Yards 256 394
Rushes-yards 21-97 38-129
Passing 159 265
Punt Returns 0-0 2-10
Kickoff Returns 3-66 0-0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-11
Comp-Att-Int 13-25-2 23-28-0
Sacked-Yrds Lost 1-2 1-5
Punts 2-55.0 2-40.0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 2-25 3-30
Time of Poss. 21:03 38:57

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—N.Y. Giants, Wilson 12-55, Lumpkin 9-42. Atlanta, Turner 16-52, Snelling 6-39, Rodgers 11-25, Jones 1-18, Douglas 1-(minus 1), Ryan 1-(minus 1), McCown 2-(minus 3).

PASSING—N.Y. Giants, Manning 13-25-2-161. Atlanta, Ryan 23-28-0-270.

RECEIVING—N.Y. Giants, Hixon 5-80, Nicks 3-40, Cruz 3-15, Bennett 1-15, Wilson 1-11. Atlanta, Jones 6-74, Gonzalez 6-49, Douglas 3-83, Snelling 3-14, White 2-16, Rodgers 1-14, Cox 1-11, Turner 1-9.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—N.Y. Giants, Tynes 30 (WL).

Broncos 34, Ravens 17

Chris Harris returned an interception 98 yards for a momentum-turning touchdown, and visiting Denver beat skidding Baltimore for its ninth straight victory. Peyton Manning threw for 204 yards and a score in his ninth consecutive win against the Ravens, the first with Denver. Baltimore was playing its first game under offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, who replaced the fired Cam Cameron. The Ravens’ offense sputtered in the first half, gaining only 119 yards and committing two turnovers that led to 10 Denver points. It was the third straight loss for the Ravens.

Denver 3 14 14 3 34
Baltimore 0 0 3 14 17

Den—FG Prater 27

Den—Hester 1 run (Prater kick)

Den—Harris 98 interception return (Prater kick)

Bal—FG Tucker 45

Den—Decker 51 pass from Manning (Prater kick)

Den—Moreno 6 run (Prater kick)

Bal—Pitta 31 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)

Den—FG Prater 36

Bal—Pitta 61 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)

A—71,317.

Den Bal
First downs 21 12
Total Net Yards 350 278
Rushes-yards 45-163 19-56
Passing 187 222
Punt Returns 6-33 5-52
Kickoff Returns 2-21 6-144
Interceptions Ret. 1-98 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 17-28-0 20-40-1
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-17 3-32
Punts 8-43.0 7-50.4
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1
Penalties-Yards 7-51 6-61
Time of Poss. 38:34 21:26

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Denver, Moreno 22-118, Hillman 14-29, Hester 7-20, Osweiler 2-(minus 4). Baltimore, Rice 12-38, Pierce 5-20, Flacco 2-(minus 2).

PASSING—Denver, Manning 17-28-0-204. Baltimore, Flacco 20-40-1-254.

RECEIVING—Denver, Decker 8-133, D.Thomas 4-13, Dreessen 2-36, Moreno 2-8, Stokley 1-14. Baltimore, Pitta 7-125, J.Jones 3-51, Rice 3-3, Doss 2-28, D.Reed 2-22, Leach 2-11, T.Smith 1-14.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Denver, Prater 45 (WL).

Dolphins 24, Jaguars 3

Miami kept former teammate Chad Henne out of the end zone, making three fourth-down stops deep in their own territory and benefiting from an odd penalty in beating visiting Jacksonville. Henne, playing in Miami for the first time since he departed as a Dolphins bust last offseason, threw for 221 yards with no turnovers. But the Dolphins turned back three scoring threats, and a go-ahead TD for the Jags came off the board because of an illegal-substitution penalty.

Jacksonville 3 0 0 0 3
Miami 3 7 6 8 24

Jac—FG Scobee 37

Mia—FG Carpenter 53

Mia—Lane 4 pass from Tannehill (Carpenter kick)

Mia—FG Carpenter 30

Mia—FG Carpenter 31

Mia—Fasano 2 pass from Tannehill (Fasano pass from Tannehill)

A—53,667.

Jac Mia
First downs 13 26
Total Net Yards 299 389
Rushes-yards 21-86 36-180
Passing 213 209
Punt Returns 1-9 0-0
Kickoff Returns 1-24 2-38
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 18-34-0 22-29-0
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-8 1-11
Punts 5-47.4 1-63.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 10-88 5-41
Time of Poss. 24:22 35:38

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Jacksonville, Owens 11-47, Murphy 6-20, Henne 3-16, Jones 1-3. Miami, Bush 21-104, Tannehill 8-52, L.Miller 6-18, Thomas 1-6.

PASSING—Jacksonville, Henne 18-34-0-221. Miami, Tannehill 22-28-0-220, Fields 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING—Jacksonville, Shorts 6-101, Blackmon 6-93, Lewis 3-8, Shipley 2-13, Owens 1-6. Miami, Fasano 6-56, Hartline 5-77, Matthews 3-23, Mar.Moore 2-33, Clay 2-8, Lane 2-6, Thigpen 1-15, L.Miller 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Panthers 31, Chargers 7

Mike Tolbert scored twice against his former team and DeAngelo Williams turned a tipped pass from Cam Newton into a 45-yard touchdown reception as visiting Carolina beat San Diego and eliminated the Chargers from playoff contention for the third straight season. Tolbert capped Carolina’s first two drives with 1-yard scoring runs. His second TD was set up when Philip Rivers lost a fumble, his 21st turnover this season and 46th in less than two seasons.

Carolina 21 3 7 0 31
San Diego 0 0 0 7 7

Car—Tolbert 1 run (Gano kick)

Car—Tolbert 1 run (Gano kick)

Car—D.Williams 45 pass from Newton (Gano kick)

Car—FG Gano 33

Car—S.Smith 4 pass from Newton (Gano kick)

SD—Gates 9 pass from Rivers (Novak kick)

A—53,832.

Car SD
First downs 29 12
Total Net Yards 372 164
Rushes-yards 39-155 16-70
Passing 217 94
Punt Returns 2-32 1-23
Kickoff Returns 2-52 2-49
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 19-33-0 16-23-0
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-14 6-27
Punts 4-39.5 6-48.5
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 4-2
Penalties-Yards 6-48 9-70
Time of Poss. 37:32 22:28

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Carolina, D.Williams 22-93, Tolbert 9-40, S.Smith 1-15, Newton 4-7, A.Smith 3-0. San Diego, Brinkley 6-42, Mathews 4-22, Rivers 3-4, Battle 3-2.

PASSING—Carolina, Newton 19-33-0-231. San Diego, Rivers 16-23-0-121.

RECEIVING—Carolina, S.Smith 6-57, Olsen 5-56, D.Williams 2-51, Tolbert 2-24, Murphy 2-18, Barnidge 1-20, Hartsock 1-5. San Diego, Gates 4-31, Brinkley 3-14, Mathews 3-8, Floyd 2-39, Battle 2-12, Rosario 1-9, Spurlock 1-8.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Cardinals 38, Lions 10

Greg Toler brought back an interception 102 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown, the longest return in franchise history, to seal Arizona’s victory over Detroit in Glendale, Ariz., snapping the Cardinals’ nine-game losing streak. Detroit’s Calvin Johnson became the first player in NFL history with consecutive 1,600-yard receiving seasons and tied an NFL record with his seventh straight 100-yard receiving game.

Detroit 0 7 3 0 10
Arizona 0 21 3 14 38

Det—Leshoure 1 run (Hanson kick)

Ari—Wells 5 run (Feely kick)

Ari—Wells 1 run (Feely kick)

Ari—Johnson 53 interception return (Feely kick)

Ari—FG Feely 51

Det—FG Hanson 41

Ari—Toler 102 interception return (Feely kick)

Ari—Wells 31 run (Feely kick)

A—60,483.

Det Ari
First downs 18 12
Total Net Yards 312 196
Rushes-yards 22-84 29-99
Passing 228 97
Punt Returns 2-0 6-54
Kickoff Returns 2-49 2-53
Interceptions Ret. 1-(-1) 3-186
Comp-Att-Int 24-50-3 14-21-1
Sacked-Yrds Lost 2-18 1-7
Punts 8-47.0 9-44.2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties-Yards 7-63 6-50
Time of Poss. 31:14 28:46

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Detroit, Leshoure 14-55, Bell 7-24, Thomas 1-5. Arizona, Wells 17-67, Stephens-Howling 5-20, Lindley 2-8, Powell 5-4.

PASSING—Detroit, Stafford 24-50-3-246. Arizona, Lindley 14-21-1-104.

RECEIVING—Detroit, C.Johnson 10-121, Scheffler 3-36, Heller 2-18, Logan 2-18, Bell 2-13, Leshoure 2-4, Durham 1-14, Smith 1-13, Robiskie 1-9. Arizona, Fitzgerald 4-22, Floyd 3-37, Roberts 3-22, Housler 2-13, King 1-7, Stephens-Howling 1-3.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Raiders 15, Chiefs 0

Sebastian Janikowski kicked five field goals, Darren McFadden rushed for 110 yards and the Raiders shut out Kansas City in Oakland, Calif. The Raiders held Jamaal Charles to 10 yards rushing on nine carries, giving him 14 yards on 14 carries in two games against Oakland this season. Chiefs QB Brady Quinn was 18 for 32 for 136 yards and an interception as he missed injured WR Dwayne Bowe.

Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0
Oakland 3 6 3 3 15

Oak—FG Janikowski 20

Oak—FG Janikowski 50

Oak—FG Janikowski 57

Oak—FG Janikowski 30

Oak—FG Janikowski 41

A—51,446.

KC Oak
First downs 7 21
Total Net Yards 119 385
Rushes-yards 10-10 45-203
Passing 109 182
Punt Returns 3-24 0-0
Kickoff Returns 3-70 0-0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-3
Comp-Att-Int 18-32-1 18-30-0
Sacked-Yrds Lost 4-27 0-0
Punts 7-54.7 4-51.3
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 7-60 5-62
Time of Poss. 19:54 40:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Kansas City, Charles 9-10, Hillis 1-0. Oakland, McFadden 30-110, Goodson 13-89, Palmer 2-4.

PASSING—Kansas City, Quinn 18-32-1-136. Oakland, Palmer 18-29-0-182, Pryor 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING—Kansas City, McCluster 7-59, Moeaki 3-36, Charles 3-18, Draughn 3-11, Newsome 1-6, Wylie 1-6. Oakland, Streater 5-62, Moore 5-46, McFadden 4-39, Myers 2-15, Goodson 1-14, Reece 1-6.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Oakland, Janikowski 51 (WL).



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