>>Packers Rematch With Vikes In Minnesota
(Minneapolis, MN) -- The Green Bay Packers go up against the Minnesota Vikings for the second time this season when the teams meet Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. The Packers have put up more than 50 points in consecutive wins over the Bears and Eagles to improve to 7-and-3. Green Bay has won six of its last seven games and is tied with Detroit for the NFC North lead. It's the second straight divisional game for the Vikings, who lost 21-13 at Chicago last Sunday. This begins a stretch of three straight home games for Minnesota, which is 4-and-6. The Vikings were blown out 42-10 at Green Bay in Week Five.
>>Bucs, Bears Square Off At Soldier Field
(Chicago, IL) -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the Windy City this weekend to battle the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. It's the second straight road game and third in four weeks for the Bucs. Tampa Bay snapped a five-game losing streak with a 27-7 win at Washington in Week 11. Josh McCown threw for 288 yards and two touchdowns as the Buccaneers improved to 2-and-8. The Bears halted a three-game slide with a 21-13 win over the Vikings last weekend. It was the first home win in four tries this season for Chicago. The Bears had lost five of their previous six games overall and are 4-and-6 on the season.
>>Rams, Chargers Square Off At Qualcomm
(San Diego, CA) -- The St. Louis Rams are in San Diego Sunday to take on the Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. The Rams shut down Peyton Manning and the Broncos to the tune of a 22-7 home win last Sunday. Returning to a starting role, quarterback Shaun Hill completed 20-of-29 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown as St. Louis improved to 4-and-6. The Chargers seek their second straight win after getting past the previously winless Raiders 13-6 last weekend. Before that, San Diego had dropped three in-a-row following a five-game winning streak. The Bolts are 6-and-4, a game back of Denver in the AFC West.
>>Raiders End Year-Long Drought, Top Chiefs
(Oakland, CA) -- The Raiders have ended their 16-game losing streak by beating the division rival Chiefs 24-20 at O.co Coliseum. Derek Carr went 18-of-35 for 174 yards and the game-winning nine-yard touchdown to James Jones with under two minutes left. Latavius Murray rushed for 112 yards and two scores on just four carries before leaving with a concussion. Raiders safety Charles Woodson had eight tackles and a sack to become the first player in NFL history to record 50 career interceptions and 20 sacks. Alex Smith tossed for 233 yards and two TDs for Kansas City, which had its five-game winning streak snapped. Jamaal Charles totaled 122 yards and a receiving touchdown in defeat.
>>Bills, Jets Moved To Monday In Detroit
(Undated) -- Sunday's originally scheduled game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets is getting a scenery change. The game will be in Detroit on Monday. The contest was moved due to the massive snowstorm that hit the Western part of New York state. Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park is still under heavy snow. The Bills are 5-and-5 and looking to keep pace in the AFC East while the Jets are last in the division at 2-and-8. Kick from Ford Field will be at 7 p.m. Eastern. The Detroit Lions are on the road this weekend at the New England Patriots.