Week 12 of the NFL season continued Sunday with a handful of heavy-hitting matchups, and we had you covered with every must-see play across the league.
Here are the top plays from Sunday’s action!
The Eagles got the ball right back after a costly Rodgers interception that put Hurts & Co. on Green Bay’s 29-yard line. Then, Miles Sanders picked up his seventh touchdown of the year on a 15-yard run.
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Derek Carr redeemed himself with two big-time touchdowns to put Las Vegas in the lead, 14-13, late in the second quarter.
Ground game strong
Vegas added to its lead midway through the second quarter, thanks to some fancy footwork from Josh Jacobs, who was questionable ahead of kickoff.
Tyler Lockett reeled in a 35-yard TD from Geno Smith to keep things close, 21-20, late in the second quarter. Then, Walker punched in his second touchdown of the game, bringing the Raiders’ defense in with him.
Amid a back-and-forth battle in the fourth quarter, the Raiders charged downfield and tied things up at 34 points apiece with less than two minutes to spare, thanks to Davante Adams and a waiting Foster Moreau in the back of the end zone.
It all came down to Jacobs, who popped off for 86 yards to secure the road win for the Raiders. That gave the Raiders running back a record 303 yards from scrimmage on the day.
Travis Kelce reeled in a 39-yard touchdown from Patrick Mahomes to put the Chiefs up 7-0 early. Momentum was on Kansas City’s side in this one, as the Chiefs built their lead to 20-3 midway through the third quarter.
Rams backup QB Bryce Perkins connected with Van Jefferson for a 7-yard score in the fourth quarter to pull within 10 points, but it wasn’t enough to spark a comeback, and the Chiefs ran away with the win.
Coming out strong
The Niners’ defense continued to dominate in the second half, shutting out the Saints at home, 13-0.
On the move
James Conner blew past the Chargers’ defense on his way to the end zone to give Arizona a third-quarter lead, 24-17.
Down to the wire
With seconds to spare in the fourth quarter, Austin Ekeler punched in a touchdown to bring L.A. within one point. Then, the Chargers opted to go for the win with a two-point conversion, and they pulled it off.
Browns running around
Ain’t no Njoku
With less than a minute left, Cleveland made good on its desperation drive, as tight end David Njoku hauled in a one-handed catch in the back of the end zone to send the game into overtime, where the Browns secured the win.
The Jets‘ passing game has been a problem with Zach Wilson. With Mike White, it’s quickly proving to be a problem for the Bears. The replacement starter has already hooked up with rookie Garrett Wilson for two touchdowns, including a 54-yard score to give New York the lead again late in the second quarter.
Change creates change
For Jets coach Robert Saleh, switching QBs this week simply made sense. With his third touchdown toss on the day, White made good on that decision, and the Jets cruised to an easy victory.
Brian Robinson was not going to be denied pay dirt on this catch.
Washington is a winning team
Moore is better
Rolling in the deep
Darnold nearly squandered a scoring opportunity, only to land on his own fumble and find his way into the end zone to give the Panthers a two-touchdown lead and seal the win.
He could … go … all … the … way
That Jag has wheels
Securing the W
In the end, the Jags put together a last-second touchdown drive to pull within one point, 27-26, capped off by a successful two-point conversion to take the lead.
Don’t sleep on the Dolphins’ D
Miami‘s offense makes the headlines, but its defense can ball too — and it can score. Xavien Howard did just that after picking up a Texans fumble, contributing to a 30-0 lead at the half and an ultimate double-digit win.
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