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Antonio Brown, who finished with 212 all-purpose yards, scored on a 71-yard punt return and on a 63-yard reception as the Steelers clinched the AFC North. (Associated Press)
Antonio Brown, who finished with 212 all-purpose yards, scored on a 71-yard punt return and on a 63-yard reception as the Steelers clinched the AFC North. (Associated Press)

Steelers 27, Bengals 17

Antonio Brown returned a punt 71 yards for a touchdown and added a clinching 63-yard scoring grab with 2:50 to go and Pittsburgh clinched the AFC North with a home victory over Cincinnati. Running back Le’Veon Bell left in the third quarter with a hyperextended right knee following a collision with Cincinnati safety Reggie Nelson.

Cincinnati 7 3 0 7 17
Pittsburgh 7 13 0 7 27

Pit—A.Brown 71 punt return (Suisham kick)

Cin—Bernard 17 pass from Dalton (Nugent kick)

Cin—FG Nugent 39

Pit—FG Suisham 29

Pit—Bryant 21 pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)

Pit—FG Suisham 25

Cin—Gresham 5 pass from Dalton (Nugent kick)

Pit—A.Brown 63 pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)

A—64,697.

Cin Pit
First downs 19 18
Total Net Yards 337 346
Rushes-yards 29-116 18-29
Passing 221 317
Punt Returns 1-6 2-84
Kickoff Returns 5-114 2-52
Interceptions Ret. 2-2 2-34
Comp-Att-Int 27-38-2 24-39-2
Sacked-Yards Lst 3-23 0-0
Punts 3-49.3 3-39.7
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1
Penalties-Yards 5-45 1-10
Time of Poss 34:58 25:02

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Cincinnati, Hill 23-100, Bernard 3-8, Dalton 3-8. Pittsburgh, Bell 8-20, Harris 5-7, Roethlisberger 4-3, Archer 1-(minus 1).

PASSING—Cincinnati, Dalton 27-38-2-244. Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger 24-38-1-317, Wing 0-1-1-0.

RECEIVING—Cincinnati, Green 8-82, Bernard 7-56, Hewitt 3-31, Gresham 3-20, Tate 2-22, Hill 2-10, Sanu 1-16, Sanzenbacher 1-7. Pittsburgh, A.Brown 7-128, Bell 6-80, Miller 3-41, Wheaton 3-17, Archer 2-19, Bryant 1-21, Johnson 1-11, Pouncey 1-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Cincinnati, Nugent 50 (WR).

Colts 27, Titans 10

Andrew Luck threw for 160 yards and two touchdowns before sitting out the second half, and Indianapolis tuned up for the postseason by beating host Tennessee in Nashville. The AFC South champs swept their division a second straight season for the first time in franchise history.

Indianapolis 7 10 0 10 27
Tennessee 0 7 3 0 10

Ind—Fleener 7 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick)

Ind—Doyle 1 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick)

Ten—Wright 6 pass from Whitehurst (Succop kick)

Ind—FG Vinatieri 23

Ten—FG Succop 31

Ind—FG Vinatieri 26

Ind—Fleener 8 pass from Hasselbeck (Vinatieri kick)

A—69,143.

Ind Ten
First downs 16 9
Total Net Yards 378 192
Rushes-yards 30-64 24-142
Passing 314 50
Punt Returns 3-40 1-10
Kickoff Returns 3-130 5-140
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 23-35-0 13-31-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 1-1 4-29
Punts 5-40.6 7-54.7
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-1
Penalties-Yards 4-20 4-20
Time of Poss 33:26 26:34

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Indianapolis, Herron 10-35, Tipton 9-21, Richardson 6-11, Luck 1-5, Hasselbeck 4-(minus 8). Tennessee, Greene 11-94, Whitehurst 4-19, Sankey 4-18, Wright 1-10, L.Washington 2-2, Battle 1-0, Palmer 1-(minus 1).

PASSING—Indianapolis, Luck 10-16-0-160, Hasselbeck 13-19-0-155. Tennessee, Whitehurst 12-28-0-72, Palmer 1-3-0-7.

RECEIVING—Indianapolis, Fleener 5-56, Doyle 4-21, Nicks 3-46, Herron 3-31, Moncrief 3-16, Wayne 2-91, Tipton 2-45, Richardson 1-9. Tennessee, Walker 7-43, Hagan 2-16, Andrews 2-11, Wright 2-9.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Indianapolis, Vinatieri 46 (WL).

Texans 23, Jaguars 17

J.J. Watt had three sacks and a safety and Andre Johnson had 134 yards receiving and a TD to lead Houston to a home win over Jacksonville. Johnson gave Houston a 21-17 lead with an 8-yard catch early in the fourth. Watt made it 23-17 when he sacked Blake Bortles in the end zone. The sack gave him 20 1/2 this season, making him the first player in NFL history to have two seasons with 20 or more sacks.

Jacksonville 10 0 7 0 17
Houston 7 7 0 9 23

Hou—Foster 10 pass from Keenum (Bullock kick)

Jax—FG Scobee 53

Jax—Gratz 55 interception return (Scobee kick)

Hou—Blue 1 run (Bullock kick)

Jax—Todman 23 pass from Shorts III (Scobee kick)

Hou—A.Johnson 8 pass from Keenum (Bullock kick)

Hou—Watt safety

A—71,777.

Jax Hou
First downs 13 24
Total Net Yards 233 358
Rushes-yards 14-121 39-123
Passing 112 235
Punt Returns 1-16 2-12
Kickoff Returns 1-33 2-43
Interceptions Ret. 1-55 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 15-34-0 25-35-1
Sacked-Yards Lst 5-28 3-15
Punts 6-49.3 6-46.3
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1
Penalties-Yards 4-25 6-55
Time of Poss 20:12 39:48

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Jacksonville, Bortles 3-61, Todman 7-52, Gerhart 4-8. Houston, Grimes 11-45, Blue 17-39, Foster 5-23, Keenum 6-16.

PASSING—Jacksonville, Bortles 14-33-0-117, Shorts III 1-1-0-23. Houston, Keenum 25-35-1-250.

RECEIVING—Jacksonville, Shorts III 5-47, Todman 5-46, Hurns 2-15, Lee 2-8, Sanders 1-24. Houston, A.Johnson 10-134, Blue 6-37, D.Johnson 3-33, Grimes 2-23, Hopkins 2-5, Foster 1-10, Griffin 1-8.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Jacksonville, Scobee 51 (WL).

Chiefs 19, Chargers 7

Kansas City beat visiting San Diego to eliminate the Chargers from playoff contention, but also failed to qualify. The Chiefs needed Cleveland to beat Baltimore and Jacksonville to beat Houston, and neither happened. KC’s Justin Houston had four sacks to finish with 22 this season, breaking Derrick Thomas’ franchise record.

San Diego 0 7 0 0 7
Kansas City 3 13 3 0 19

KC—FG Santos 43

KC—Kelce fumble recovery in end zone (Santos kick)

SD—Oliver 1 run (Novak kick)

KC—FG Santos 21

KC—FG Santos 27

KC—FG Santos 31

A—73,952.

SD KC
First downs 21 15
Total Net Yards 361 251
Rushes-yards 25-112 26-111
Passing 249 140
Punt Returns 3-13 4-69
Kickoff Returns 4-79 2-55
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-0
Comp-Att-Int 20-34-2 16-27-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 7-42 4-17
Punts 5-42.0 5-51.2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0
Penalties-Yards 10-67 7-46
Time of Poss 31:21 28:39

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—San Diego, Oliver 14-71, D.Brown 10-39, Rivers 1-2. Kansas City, Charles 13-54, Davis 9-23, Thomas 1-18, Daniel 3-16.

PASSING—San Diego, Rivers 20-34-2-291. Kansas City, Daniel 16-27-0-157.

RECEIVING—San Diego, Inman 5-79, Royal 4-95, Gates 4-67, Floyd 3-29, Oliver 2-4, Ajirotutu 1-9, D.Brown 1-8. Kansas City, Kelce 7-84, Bowe 3-30, Thomas 3-28, Charles 2-8, Avant 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—San Diego, Novak 52 (WL). Kansas City, Santos 50 (WL).

Vikings 13, Bears 9

Teddy Bridgewater threw the go-ahead 44-yard touchdown pass to Adam Thielen in the third quarter, guiding Minnesota past Chicago in Minneapolis. Minnesota’s Audie Cole had 11 tackles in his first start of the season.

Chicago 0 3 3 3 9
Minnesota 3 0 7 3 13

Min—FG Walsh 37

Chi—FG Feely 48

Chi—FG Feely 25

Min—Thielen 44 pass from Bridgewater (Walsh kick)

Min—FG Walsh 44

Chi—FG Feely 35

A—52,364.

Chi Min
First downs 12 15
Total Net Yards 264 311
Rushes-yards 21-99 33-121
Passing 165 190
Punt Returns 1-0 1-31
Kickoff Returns 3-88 3-39
Interceptions Ret. 1-31 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 23-36-0 17-25-1
Sacked-Yards Lst 2-7 3-19
Punts 4-45.5 3-35.3
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 8-50 4-25
Time of Poss 31:33 28:27

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Chicago, Forte 17-51, Cutler 3-39, Morgan 1-9. Minnesota, Asiata 19-91, Banyard 6-20, Bridgewater 6-18, Felton 1-3, Charle.Johnson 1-(minus 11).

PASSING—Chicago, Cutler 23-36-0-172. Minnesota, Bridgewater 17-25-1-209.

RECEIVING—Chicago, Bennett 8-59, Forte 8-23, Jeffery 2-34, Rosario 2-25, Wilson 2-18, Morgan 1-13. Minnesota, Thielen 3-68, Jennings 3-45, Ellison 3-23, Wright 3-23, Charle.Johnson 2-22, Asiata 2-17, Banyard 1-11.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—Chicago, Feely 43 (WR).

Ravens 20, Browns 10

Baltimore earned a wild-card berth in the AFC playoffs, rallying to defeat visiting Cleveland. Down 10-3 in the fourth quarter, the Ravens kicked a field goal and then took the lead on a 16-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Torrey Smith with 7:33 left. Flacco’s 2-yard TD throw to Kamar Aiken with 3:44 remaining clinched it.

Cleveland 0 3 7 0 10
Baltimore 0 3 0 17 20

Bal—FG Tucker 25

Cle—FG Hartley 38

Cle—West 2 run (Hartley kick)

Bal—FG Tucker 28

Bal—T.Smith 16 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)

Bal—Aiken 2 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)

A—71,070.

Cle Bal
First downs 16 22
Total Net Yards 259 419
Rushes-yards 29-109 28-129
Passing 150 290
Punt Returns 1-15 1-0
Kickoff Returns 2-40 3-62
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0
Comp-Att-Int 14-28-1 22-36-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 4-27 1-22
Punts 7-43.9 6-46.5
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-0
Penalties-Yards 7-58 8-55
Time of Poss 30:43 29:17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Cleveland, West 18-94, Shaw 7-9, Crowell 4-6. Baltimore, Forsett 17-119, Pierce 6-8, Flacco 3-1, Toussaint 2-1.

PASSING—Cleveland, Shaw 14-28-1-177. Baltimore, Flacco 22-36-0-312.

RECEIVING—Cleveland, Hawkins 4-33, Gabriel 3-66, Cameron 3-41, West 2-12, Crowell 1-16, Benjamin 1-9. Baltimore, Smith Sr. 8-90, T.Smith 4-83, Daniels 2-46, Forsett 2-17, Aiken 2-13, Gillmore 1-22, M.Brown 1-17, Campanaro 1-17, Toussaint 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Cowboys 44, Redskins 17

DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant broke franchise records as Dallas prepped for the playoffs with a win over Washington in Landover, Maryland. Murray rushed for 100 yards on 20 carries, passing Emmitt Smith for the team single-season mark. Murray’s 1,845 yards bettered Smith’s 1,773 from 1995. Bryant caught two touchdowns to total 16 on the season, breaking Terrell Owens’ team record of 15 in 2007.

Dallas 17 10 0 17 44
Washington 7 3 0 7 17

Dal—FG Bailey 36

Was—Jackson 69 pass from Griffin III (Forbath kick)

Dal—Bryant 65 pass from Romo (Bailey kick)

Dal—Bryant 23 pass from Romo (Bailey kick)

Dal—FG Bailey 32

Dal—Murray 9 run (Bailey kick)

Was—FG Forbath 25

Was—Griffin III 2 run (Forbath kick)

Dal—FG Bailey 23

Dal—Spencer 5 fumble return (Bailey kick)

Dal—Randle 65 run (Bailey kick)

A—80,897.

Dal Was
First downs 20 20
Total Net Yards 457 413
Rushes-yards 26-174 24-104
Passing 283 309
Punt Returns 2-12 2-15
Kickoff Returns 2-55 6-119
Interceptions Ret. 2-39 1-9
Comp-Att-Int 22-34-1 27-41-2
Sacked-Yards Lst 1-16 3-27
Punts 4-43.0 4-44.0
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2
Penalties-Yards 7-48 9-101
Time of Poss 30:24 29:36

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Dallas, Murray 20-100, Randle 4-69, Dunbar 1-4, Harris 1-1. Washington, Morris 12-43, Helu Jr. 6-42, Griffin III 6-19.

PASSING—Dallas, Romo 22-34-1-299. Washington, Griffin III 27-41-2-336.

RECEIVING—Dallas, Beasley 6-57, Bryant 4-99, Witten 4-49, Williams 3-68, Murray 3-21, Randle 1-3, Hanna 1-2. Washington, Reed 9-70, Helu Jr. 4-41, Moss 3-25, Jackson 2-86, Garcon 2-53, Morris 2-19, Paul 2-19, Young 1-9, Grant 1-7, Roberts 1-7.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Jets 37, Dolphins 24

New York won its season finale, which might not be enough to save coach Rex Ryan’s job. Geno Smith had his best game in a rocky season, throwing for a career-high 358 yards and three TDs to help the Jets beat host Miami. The Jets rallied from a 10-point third-quarter deficit, and Ryan ordered a fake punt with four minutes left that sealed it.

N.Y. Jets 7 7 10 13 37
Miami 3 14 7 0 24

Mia—FG Sturgis 37

NYJ—Owusu 23 run (Folk kick)

Mia—Dan.Thomas 1 run (Sturgis kick)

NYJ—Ivory 8 pass from Smith (Folk kick)

Mia—Clay 23 pass from Tannehill (Sturgis kick)

Mia—Miller 97 run (Sturgis kick)

NYJ—Decker 74 pass from Smith (Folk kick)

NYJ—FG Folk 26

NYJ—FG Folk 23

NYJ—Cumberland 23 pass from Smith (Folk kick)

NYJ—FG Folk 39

A—70,220.

NYJ Mia
First downs 18 23
Total Net Yards 494 387
Rushes-yards 34-104 20-179
Passing 390 208
Punt Returns 4-41 0-0
Kickoff Returns 4-145 5-120
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 21-27-0 23-39-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 1-6 7-51
Punts 2-44.0 5-50.0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-1
Penalties-Yards 5-40 5-40
Time of Poss 31:16 28:44

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—N.Y. Jets, Ivory 13-29, Owusu 1-23, C.Johnson 10-20, Smith 5-18, Kerley 2-11, Conner 2-3, B.Powell 1-0. Miami, Miller 19-178, Dan.Thomas 1-1.

PASSING—N.Y. Jets, Smith 20-25-0-358, Quigley 1-1-0-38, Kerley 0-1-0-0. Miami, Tannehill 23-39-0-259.

RECEIVING—N.Y. Jets, Decker 10-221, Amaro 3-34, Sudfeld 2-44, Cumberland 2-23, Owusu 1-36, Kerley 1-33, Ivory 1-8, C.Johnson 1-(minus 3). Miami, Hartline 5-94, Landry 5-55, Clay 5-45, Gibson 3-27, Williams 2-22, Sims 2-15, Dan.Thomas 1-1.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—N.Y. Jets, Folk 45 (WL). Miami, Sturgis 53 (WR).

Bills 17, Patriots 9

Kyle Orton threw for one touchdown, Anthony Dixon ran for another and Buffalo finished its first winning season in 10 years with a win over New England in Foxborough, Massachussets. With the top seed in the AFC playoffs already clinched, the Patriots used quarterback Tom Brady for only the first half and held out tight end Rob Gronkowski and five other starters.

Buffalo 7 10 0 0 17
New England 3 3 3 0 9

Buf—Woods 6 pass from Orton (Carpenter kick)

NE—FG Gostkowski 24

Buf—Dixon 1 run (Carpenter kick)

NE—FG Gostkowski 44

Buf—FG Carpenter 48

NE—FG Gostkowski 35

A—68,756.

Buf NE
First downs 16 14
Total Net Yards 268 260
Rushes-yards 33-104 25-116
Passing 164 144
Punt Returns 3-22 3-28
Kickoff Returns 2-73 0-0
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 16-23-0 18-33-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 2-12 4-26
Punts 5-36.6 4-43.5
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0
Penalties-Yards 5-44 5-55
Time of Poss 29:03 30:57

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Buffalo, Jackson 18-58, Dixon 7-27, Spiller 5-17, Watkins 1-5, Orton 2-(minus 3). New England, Blount 10-62, Garoppolo 4-16, Bolden 5-15, LaFell 2-13, Brady 2-9, Vereen 2-1.

PASSING—Buffalo, Orton 16-23-0-176. New England, Brady 8-16-0-80, Garoppolo 10-17-0-90.

RECEIVING—Buffalo, Woods 4-39, Watkins 3-57, Gray 3-25, Chandler 1-20, Smith 1-18, Dixon 1-8, Jackson 1-4, Hogan 1-3, Spiller 1-2. New England, LaFell 4-70, Tyms 4-39, Amendola 4-24, Vereen 3-14, J.White 2-8, Wright 1-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Eagles 34, Giants 26

Mark Sanchez threw two touchdowns and Philadelphia’s special teams scored their seventh touchdown of the season in a win over New York in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Backup tight end Trey Burton returned a blocked punt 27 yards for a score in the third quarter, and Nate Allen iced the game with a late interception.

Philadelphia 14 3 7 10 34
N.Y. Giants 10 6 3 7 26

NYG—A.Williams 1 run (J.Brown kick)

Phi—J.Matthews 44 pass from Sanchez (Parkey kick)

Phi—Celek 1 pass from Sanchez (Parkey kick)

NYG—FG J.Brown 38

NYG—FG J.Brown 20

NYG—FG J.Brown 36

Phi—FG Parkey 32

Phi—Burton 27 blocked punt return (Parkey kick)

NYG—FG J.Brown 53

Phi—Polk 1 run (Parkey kick)

NYG—Beckham Jr. 63 pass from E.Manning (J.Brown kick)

Phi—FG Parkey 39

A—79,150.

Phi NYG
First downs 23 22
Total Net Yards 426 505
Rushes-yards 32-164 25-76
Passing 262 429
Punt Returns 2-15 0-0
Kickoff Returns 2-40 3-68
Interceptions Ret. 1-40 1-11
Comp-Att-Int 23-36-1 28-53-1
Sacked-Yards Lst 4-30 0-0
Punts 7-41.7 7-35.9
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 5-35 8-106
Time of Poss 25:23 34:37

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Philadelphia, McCoy 17-99, Polk 7-38, Sanchez 7-22, Sproles 1-5. N.Y. Giants, A.Williams 15-43, Jennings 10-33.

PASSING—Philadelphia, Sanchez 23-36-1-292. N.Y. Giants, E.Manning 28-53-1-429.

RECEIVING—Philadelphia, J.Matthews 8-105, Ertz 4-56, Maclin 3-49, Sproles 3-23, Cooper 2-37, McCoy 1-15, Huff 1-6, Celek 1-1. N.Y. Giants, Beckham Jr. 12-185, Randle 6-158, Jennings 3-21, A.Williams 3-19, Donnell 2-26, Parker 2-20.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Saints 23, Buccaneers 20

Drew Brees threw a 36-yard touchdown pass to Marques Colston with 1:57 remaining, helping New Orleans overcome a 13-point deficit to beat Tampa Bay and the host Buccaneers clinched the top pick in the NFL draft. Brees shrugged off three interceptions — two of them stopping promising third-quarter drives — to throw for 281 yards.

New Orleans 0 7 0 16 23
Tampa Bay 3 17 0 0 20

TB—FG Murray 39

TB—Evans 6 pass from McCown (Murray kick)

NO—K.Robinson 1 run (S.Graham kick)

TB—Sims 8 run (Murray kick)

TB—FG Murray 27

NO—Ingram 1 run (S.Graham kick)

NO—Colston 36 pass from Brees (S.Graham kick)

NO—Galette safety

A—59,952.

NO TB
First downs 20 18
Total Net Yards 338 280
Rushes-yards 23-70 39-183
Passing 268 97
Punt Returns 1-3 3-34
Kickoff Returns 1-19 3-85
Interceptions Ret. 1-2 3-(-3)
Comp-Att-Int 24-38-3 14-23-1
Sacked-Yards Lst 2-13 3-18
Punts 3-52.0 4-40.8
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 2-15 4-23
Time of Poss 27:13 32:47

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—New Orleans, Ingram 14-57, K.Robinson 7-15, Brees 2-(minus 2). Tampa Bay, Martin 19-108, Sims 18-69, McCown 2-6.

PASSING—New Orleans, Brees 24-38-3-281. Tampa Bay, McCown 14-23-1-115.

RECEIVING—New Orleans, J.Graham 6-54, Stills 5-82, Colston 2-51, K.Robinson 2-22, Watson 2-18, Cadet 2-9, Ingram 2-4, Toon 1-24, Meachem 1-16, Brees 1-1. Tampa Bay, Evans 5-54, Myers 4-21, King 2-13, Jackson 1-11, Shepard 1-10, Sims 1-6.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

49ers 20, Cardinals 17

Colin Kaepernick threw a go-ahead 3-yard touchdown pass to Bruce Miller late in the third quarter, and Jim Harbaugh won his last game as San Francisco’s coach, as the 49ers beat Arizona in Santa Clara, California. Anquan Boldin caught a 76-yard TD pass and went over 1,000 yards receiving. Frank Gore ran for 144 yards on 25 carries to go over 1,000 yards rushing for the eighth time in 10 NFL seasons.

Arizona 7 10 0 0 17
San Francisco 7 6 7 0 20

Ari—Floyd 20 pass from Lindley (Catanzaro kick)

SF—Boldin 76 pass from Kaepernick (Dawson kick)

SF—FG Dawson 53

SF—FG Dawson 37

Ari—FG Catanzaro 36

Ari—Floyd 41 pass from Lindley (Catanzaro kick)

SF—Miller 3 pass from Kaepernick (Dawson kick)

A—70,699.

Ari SF
First downs 26 18
Total Net Yards 397 395
Rushes-yards 25-98 33-206
Passing 299 189
Punt Returns 2-22 0-0
Kickoff Returns 3-49 4-101
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 3-7
Comp-Att-Int 23-40-3 15-26-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 2-17 1-15
Punts 3-35.7 4-49.0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 3-21 10-78
Time of Poss 30:36 29:24

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Arizona, K.Williams 17-67, Taylor 7-26, Hughes 1-5. San Francisco, Gore 25-144, Kaepernick 7-63, Alf.Smith 1-(minus 1).

PASSING—Arizona, Lindley 23-39-3-316, Grice 0-1-0-0. San Francisco, Kaepernick 15-26-0-204.

RECEIVING—Arizona, Floyd 8-153, Jo.Brown 4-51, Grice 3-2, Fells 2-39, Fitzgerald 2-29, Housler 1-20, Hughes 1-10, Carlson 1-6, Ginn Jr. 1-6. San Francisco, Crabtree 4-41, Miller 3-17, Boldin 2-81, Gore 2-5, Patton 1-35, Lloyd 1-14, V.Davis 1-9, Alf.Smith 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

Broncos 47, Raiders 14

C.J. Anderson ran for three touchdowns, and Denver earned a first-round bye and the AFC’s No. 2 seed with a rout of visiting Oakland. Peyton Manning guided the Broncos to at least a tie for the best record in the NFL for the third consecutive season since his arrival in Denver.

Oakland 7 0 7 0 14
Denver 10 10 10 17 47

Den—FG Barth 49

Den—Anderson 11 run (Barth kick)

Oak—McGill 18 fumble return (Janikowski kick)

Den—Anderson 1 run (Barth kick)

Den—FG Barth 36

Den—Anderson 25 run (Barth kick)

Oak—Olawale 1 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick)

Den—FG Barth 35

Den—FG Barth 21

Den—T.Carter 20 fumble return (Barth kick)

Den—Green 1 pass from Osweiler (Barth kick)

A—76,929.

Oak Den
First downs 10 25
Total Net Yards 199 451
Rushes-yards 18-67 34-142
Passing 132 309
Punt Returns 2-23 5-37
Kickoff Returns 5-103 1-76
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-5
Comp-Att-Int 18-36-1 23-39-0
Sacked-Yards Lst 3-26 1-3
Punts 9-46.4 3-46.3
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1
Penalties-Yards 9-86 1-16
Time of Poss 26:59 33:01

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING—Oakland, Murray 10-37, McFadden 4-13, Reece 1-11, Carr 3-6. Denver, Anderson 13-87, Hillman 15-56, Stewart 4-5, Osweiler 1-(minus 1), Manning 1-(minus 5).

PASSING—Oakland, Carr 18-36-1-158. Denver, Manning 21-37-0-273, Osweiler 2-2-0-39.

RECEIVING—Oakland, Murray 4-60, Reece 3-30, Rivera 2-26, J.Jones 2-17, Holmes 2-10, McFadden 2-6, Butler 1-6, Thompkins 1-2, Olawale 1-1. Denver, D.Thomas 8-115, Sanders 6-73, Green 3-46, Welker 2-42, Anderson 2-20, Latimer 1-14, Hillman 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOALS—None.

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