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Broncos, Tebow Rally Past Bears In Overtime

(Denver, CO)  --  Matt Prater kicked a 59-yard tying field goal on the last play of regulation and a 51-yarder in overtime to give the Broncos a 13-10 comeback win over the Bears.  Tim Tebow threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas with 2:08 to play to help Denver rally from a 10-0 deficit.  Tebow finished 21-of-40 for 236 yards, a TD and an interception as the Broncos won their sixth straight to take the AFC West lead at 8-and-5.  Caleb Hanie was 12-of-19 for 115 yards for Chicago, which fell to 7-and-6.  Marian Barber rushed for 108 yards on 27 carries in the setback.

>>Perfect Packers Pound Raiders

(Green Bay, WI)  --  The Packers ran their record to 13-and-0 with a 46-16 rout of the Raiders.  Aaron Rodgers threw for 281 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in less than three quarters to help Green Bay become the second defending Super Bowl champion to begin the following year with 13 straight wins.  The victory came at a cost as star wide receiver Greg Jennings was carted to the locker room due to a knee injury in the third quarter.  The Packers secured a bye in the first round of the playoffs with the win.  Carson Palmer passed for 245 yards, a touchdown and four interceptions for Oakland.  The Raiders have dropped two straight to fall a game behind the Broncos for first in the AFC West.

NFL
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Baltimore Ravens 24, Indianapolis Colts 10
New York Jets 37, Kansas City Chiefs 10
Detroit Lions 34, Minnesota Vikings 28
Houston Texans 20, Cincinnati Bengals 19
Jacksonville Jaguars 41, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14
Atlanta Falcons 31, Carolina Panthers 23
Philadelphia Eagles 26, Miami Dolphins 10
New Orleans Saints 22, Tennessee Titans 17
New England Patriots 34, Washington Redskins 27
Arizona Cardinals 21, San Francisco 49ers 19 
San Diego Chargers 37, Buffalo Bills 10
New York Giants 37, Dallas Cowboys 34

>>Seahawks Host Rams On "Monday Night Football"

(Seattle, WA)  --  The Seahawks play a second consecutive prime-time contest in Seattle when they welcome in the St. Louis Rams for "Monday Night Football."  Seattle improved to 5-and-7 last Thursday with a 31-14 defeat of Philadelphia.  Marshawn Lynch continued his second-half surge, torching the Eagles for 148 yards and two scores.  Lynch leads the NFL in rushing since Week Nine with 591 yards and five touchdowns.  He'll face the league's worst run defense in 2-and-10 St. Louis.  The Rams were shut out by San Francisco 26-0 last week.  With starting quarterback Sam Bradford and backup A.J. Feeley both injured, Tom Brandstater is in line to make his first NFL start.  The Seahawks beat the Rams 24-7 in St. Louis in Week 11 and have won 12 of the last 13 meetings.

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