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 width=>>Bills Stun Packers

(Buffalo, NY) -- Mario Williams's sack-strip resulting in a safety in the final minutes sealed it as the Bills took down the Packers 21-13 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Marcus Thigpen took a punt 75 yards to the end zone in the first quarter for Buffalo's lone touchdown. Kyle Orton tossed for 158 yards and an interception, while Dan Carpenter nailed all four of his field goal attempts. The victory gives the Bills their first eight-win season since 2004. Aaron Rodgers went just 17-for-42 for 185 yards and a pair of picks as Green Bay had its five-game winning streak snapped. Eddie Lacy rushed for 97 yards and a TD in defeat.

Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Atlanta Falcons 20
New York Giants 24, Washington Redskins 13
New England Patriots 41, Miami Dolphins 13
Kansas City Chiefs 31, Oakland Raiders 13
Indianapolis Colts 17, Houston Texans 10
Baltimore Ravens 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 12
Carolina Panthers 19, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17
Cincinnati Bengals 30, Cleveland Browns 0
New York Jets 16, Tennessee Titans 11
Denver Broncos 22, San Diego Chargers 10
Seattle Seahawks 17, San Francisco 49ers 7
Detroit Lions 16, Minnesota Vikings 14
Dallas Cowboys 38, Philadelphia Eagles 27

 width=>>Bears Host Saints

(Chicago, IL) -- The Bears welcome in the Saints to Soldier Field for "Monday Night Football." Chicago has already been eliminated from playoff contention at 5-and-8. The Bears are coming off a 41-28 setback to Dallas 11 days ago. New Orleans is looking to keep pace in the NFC South at 5-and-8. They are currently second in the division behind the 5-8-and-1 Panthers. They lost 41-10 to Carolina last time out.

 width=>>Rams Enjoy Sunday Off

(St. Louis, MO) -- The Rams enjoyed Sunday off after playing on "Thursday Night Football" against the Cardinals. The Rams lost 12-6 in a field goal battle to fall to 6-and-8. The Rams play their home finale this Sunday as they welcome the 5-and-9 Giants to the Edward Jones Dome.

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