>>Packers Top Bucs, Clinch Playoff Spot
(Tampa, FL) -- Aaron Rodgers threw for 318 yards and a touchdown to help the Packers beat the Buccaneers 20-3 and clinch a postseason berth. Eddie Lacy rushed for 99 yards and a score for Green Bay, which improved to 11-and-4. Jordy Nelson had nine catches for 113 yards and a TD, while Randall Cobb brought in 11 balls for 131 yards. Josh McCown tossed for 147 yards and an interception for Tampa Bay, which slipped to 2-and-13 with its fifth straight loss.
>>Lions Outlast Bears
(Chicago, IL) -- Joique Bell and Reggie Bush each had a rushing touchdown as the Lions rallied for a 20-14 win over the Bears in Chicago. Matthew Stafford threw for 243 yards and two interceptions for the Lions, who will face the Packers with the NFC North title on the line in Green Bay next Sunday. Calvin Johnson made six catches for 103 yards in the win. Jimmy Clausen started in place of the benched Jay Cutler and was 23-of-39 for 181 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for Chicago. Alshon Jeffery and Matt Forte [[ for-TAY ]] had TD grabs as the Bears fell to 5-and-10.
>>Giants Rough Up Rams
(St. Louis, MO) -- Eli Manning was 25-of-32 for 391 yards and three touchdowns as the Giants knocked off the Rams 37-27 in St. Louis. Odell Beckham Jr. made eight catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns for New York, which has won three straight to move to 6-and-9. Rueben Randle had 132 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Andre Williams rushed for 110 yards in the victory. Shaun HIll threw for 290 yards, two scores and an interception for the Rams, who fell to 6-and-9 with their second straight loss. Tre Mason rushed for 76 yards and a TD in the loss.
Miami Dolphins 37, Minnesota Vikings 35
Houston Texans 25, Baltimore Ravens 13
Carolina Panthers 17, Cleveland Browns 13
Atlanta Falcons 30, New Orleans Saints 14
Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Kansas City Chiefs 12
New England Patriots 17, New York Jets 16
Dallas Cowboys 42, Indianapolis Colts 7
Oakland Raiders 26, Buffalo Bills 24
Seattle Seahawks 35, Arizona Cardinals 6
>>Jets, Giants Honor Fallen Officers
(Undated) -- Members of the New York Giants and New York Jets honored the two New York City police officers that were shot and killed over the weekend. The Jets held a moment of silence prior to their game against the New England Patriots in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Jets center Nick Mangold also wore an NYPD hat prior to kickoff. Meanwhile, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin wore a black strip and a peace symbol on his jacket during the team's game against the Rams in St. Louis.
Officers Rafael Ramos [[ RAH-mos ]] and Wenjian Liu [[ win-jin Lu ]] were in their patrol car in Brooklyn when they were shot and killed on Saturday.
>>Report: Harbaugh Done With 49ers Immediately After Season
(Undated) -- It's been assumed for some time 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh's time with the organization is coming to an end, but now we have a time frame. Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported on Sunday the Niners will cut ties with their head coach 24-to-48 hours after their final game on Sunday at home against the Arizona Cardinals. Harbaugh has taken San Francisco to three straight NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl. Glazer stated Harbaugh isn't yet sure where he will go next. Michigan's top priority is to hire him to replace Brady Hoke and teams such as the Raiders and Bears are expected to have interest at the NFL level.