NFL games today, Week 14 scores, updates, schedule: Seahawks' comeback falls short
All of the best highlights from Week 14 are right here
NFL Week 14 is underway. To keep tabs on some of the choicest highlights and other big news throughout Sunday, keep it locked here for updates. You can also check out the current playoff picture here.
Bears 33, Bengals 7 (Recap)
Cowboys 30, Giants 10 (Recap)
Lions 24, Buccaneers 21 (Recap)
Packers 27, Browns 21 in OT (Recap)
Bills 13, Colts 7 in OT (Recap)
Panthers 31, Vikings 24 (Recap)
Chiefs 26, Raiders 15 (Recap)
49ers 26, Texans 16 (Recap)
Broncos 23, Jets 0 (Recap)
Cardinals 12, Titans 7 (Recap)
Chargers 30, Redskins 13 (Recap)
Eagles 37, Rams 35 (Recap)
Jaguars 30, Seahawks 24 (Recap)
Ravens at Steelers, 8:30 p.m. on NBC (GameTracker)
Russell Wilson's big fourth quarter comes up short
After falling behind the Jaguars by multiple scores, the Seahawks needed a heroic effort from Russell Wilson & Co. to get back in the game. The Seattle quarterback had a tough time with the Jacksonville defense through much of the game, but he put forth a valiant effort in the fourth quarter and came up with some big-time strikes to climb back in the game.
Unfortunately for the Seahawks, they still came up a bit short on the scoreboard. At least Russ made a bit of history in the process.
Jeffery's insane fourth-down catch
The Eagles made a bold decision to go for it on fourth-and-goal in hopes of reclaiming the lead against Los Angeles, and their faith paid off. It took a preposterous catch from Alshon Jeffery to make it happen, but they converted to go ahead on the scoreboard ... for a brief period of time. But Philly did ultimately win the game.
Special teams play of the week
The Rams and Eagles went back and forth in a heavyweight shootout in Los Angeles on Sunday. The Rams came up with a huge play on special teams when they were able to block a Philly punt and turn it into six points.
Speaking of 75-yard touchdowns ...
The Jaguars and Seahawks traded strikes and the biggest came when Blake Bortles found Keelan Cole for a major 75-yard connection. That touchdown put the Jaguars back ahead as they won one of the biggest games in their franchise's recent memory.
This is a very quick way to pick up 75 yards on the box score.
Browns gonna Browns
Cleveland looked like it might end up with its first win of the year on Sunday, but the Packers scored 20 unanswered points and ultimately won in overtime to keep their playoff hopes alive. It was Davante Adams who got the game-winning score for Green Bay, and he just couldn't wait to get to the locker room.
Cam Newton breaking ankles and hearts
The Panthers were able to dethrone the Vikings on Sunday but it wasn't easy. Carolina let Minnesota climb back into the game late, and a fourth-quarter interception from Cam Newton led to the game-tying field goal. But redemption wasn't far behind for Newton, who ripped off a huge run to set up Carolina's go-ahead (and eventual game-winning) touchdown, which was scored by Jonathan Stewart.
That little juke was something else.
Dramatics in Buffalo
However, the elements made the potential game-tying extra point anything but a sure thing. Luckily for Indianapolis, they have Adam Vinatieri, who is quite familiar with making big kicks in the snow. This is the best PAT highlight you'll see this season.
But ultimately it was the Bills who came out on top in overtime. Shady found the end zone to wrap it up with a little under two minutes left remaining on the clock.
Yates dropping dimes
Texans quarterback Tom Savage had to exit Sunday's game after suffering a concussion, so it was T.J. Yates filling in under center. The backup had two touchdown passes, with one of them coming on this beautiful toss to DeAndre Hopkins. The receiver made a great grab and had the awareness to stay inbounds for six.
This is a CONFIDENT play from Cam Newton to make the most of a precarious situation.
Beast Mode engage
Marshawn Lynch hopped into a time machine on Sunday and brought back vintage Beast Mode with this great run against the Chiefs. Ron Parker is gonna need to bring more than that when trying to bring down a guy who runs as hard as Lynch.
Dez Bryant with a grown man touchdown
It's been a relatively quiet year for Dez Bryant in Dallas but the Cowboys wide receiver put a 50-yard touchdown on his stat sheet in the first half -- his longest of the year.
Offense has been hard to come by with the extreme elements in Buffalo, but the Bills finally got on the board at the end of the first half. Shady McCoy got the drive going with a big run, but it was Kelvin Benjamin who got in the end zone with a touchdown grab that got the fans going.
Hands and feet on point
What a grab by Albert Wilson. Great concentration to not only make the grab but also get the feet in.
Juuuuuust a bit outside
It was extremely snowy in Buffalo today and poor Adam Vinatieri never stood a chance on this kick.
Josh Gordon back on the board
Browns receiver Josh Gordon re-emerged last week and had an impressive performance in his season debut. He followed that up by getting on the board early for Cleveland. Not only did he reel in a catch for a big gain on the first play of the game, but he also caught his first touchdown of the year.
The Panthers were matched up against the Vikings' impressive defense but they struck early thanks to this huge run from Jonathan Stewart. The Carolina running back went untouched as he took it 60 yards to the house in the first quarter.
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