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Oh yeah...this series. You know the drill by now.

Thursday

Chicago Bears 31 Washington Redskins 13 (24-16 Wsh)

Sunday

Jacksonville Jaguars 34 Carolina Panthers 12 (37-6 Jax)

Dallas Cowboys 35 Detroit Lions 23 (28-27 Dal) Tony Romo threw 5 touchdowns as Dallas regains the NFC East lead.

Miami Dolphins 31 Buffalo Bills 15 (38-17 Buf) AT LONG LAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Philadelphia Eagles 40 New York Giants 20 (16-13 NYG)

Green Bay Packers 44 Oakland Raiders 6 (38-7 GB) Sorry LASB.

Tennessee Titans 24 San Diego Chargers 13 (23-17 SD) Vince Young threw 2 touchdown passes and ran for the other as the Titans won against San Diego.

Cincinnati Bengals 33 St. Louis Rams 14 (19-10 Cin) Humiliation sets in as the Rams garnered 211 total yards of offense.

Houston Texans 23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20 (28-14 Hou) A game TB could not afford to lose....Houston built a 20-6 lead and held on after that.

Seattle Seahawks 20 Arizona Cardinals 19 (42-21 Sea) Josh Brown wins it with 11 seconds left to give Seattle a chance to clinch the NFC West next week against the Panthers.

Minnesota Vikings 17 San Francisco 49ers 6 (27-7 MIN)

Cleveland Browns 45 New York Jets 22 (24-18 NYJ)

Denver Broncos 27 Kansas City Chiefs 10 (44-7 Den)

Pittsburgh Steelers 21 New England Patriots 14 (34-13 NE) A massive upset as Willie Parker scores the winner with 4:38 left, and the Steelers D keeps the Pats in check and give New England their 2nd loss of the season. Pittsburgh now has the best record in the NFL.

Indianapolis Colts 42 Baltimore Ravens 0 (44-20) This wasn't even fair.

Monday

Atlanta Falcons 22 New Orleans Saints 13 (34-14 NO) The upset by Atlanta denies the Saints a chance to take the lead in the NFC South.

WIS Standings

AFC East

Patriots 11-2 (13-0)

Bills 6-7 (6-7)

Jets 4-9 (3-10)

Dolphins 1-12 (0-13)

AFC North

Steelers 11-2 (10-3)

Browns 8-5 (7-6)

Ravens 6-7 (4-9)

Bengals 6-7 (5-8)

AFC South

Colts 10-3 (11-2)

Texans 9-4 (7-6)

Jaguars 8-5 (10-3)

Titans 6-7 (7-6)

AFC West

Chargers 6-7 (7-5)

Broncos 6-7 (6-7)

Raiders 4-9 (3-10)

Chiefs 1-12 (4-9)

NFC East

Cowboys 10-3 (12-1)

Redskins 9-4 (6-7)

Giants 7-6 (9-4)

Eagles 6-7 (4-9)

NFC North

Packers 9-4 (11-2)

Bears 8-5 (5-8)

Lions 7-6 (6-7)

Vikings 6-7 (7-6)

NFC South

Buccaneers 8-5 (8-5)

Saints 7-6 (6-7)

Panthers 5-8 (5-8)

Falcons 4-9 (3-10)

NFC West

Seahawks 10-3 (9-4)

Cardinals 8-5 (6-7)

49ers 2-11 (3-10)

Rams 1-12 (2-11)

WIS Playoff Standings

Actual playoff seedings in brackets

AFC

1. Pittsburgh Steelers (#4, AFC North Div. Leader, You Beat the Pats, You Get the #1 Seed)

2. New England Patriots (#1, AFC East Winner)

3. Indianapolis Colts (#2, AFC North Div. Leader)

4. San Diego Chargers (#3, AFC West Div. Leader)

5. Houston Texans (none, AFC Wild Card)

6. Cleveland Browns (None, AFC Wild Card)

NFC

1. Dallas Cowboys (#6, #1 seed based on better conference record than Seahawks)

2. Seattle Seahawks (#3, NFC West Div. Leader)

3. Green Bay Packers (#2, NFC North Div. Leader)

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (#4, NFC South Div. Leader)

5. Washington Redskins (#6, NFC Wild Card)

6. Arizona Cardinals (None, NFC Wild Card, Better Conference Record than Bears)

Have a nice weekend everyone.


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