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The Packers, Titans, and Patriots were among teams to earn crucial wins in Week 14.

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Week 14 of the 2016 NFL season is officially in the books after another exciting slate of games across the league.

On Monday night, the New England Patriots hung on for a 30-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. A pair of fumbles on special teams almost cost New England the game, but it hung on to deliver a huge blow to the Ravens’ chances of winning the AFC North.

In the early games on Sunday, the Houston Texans took a step ahead of the Colts in the AFC South with a 22-17 victory over Indianapolis. Of course they are still tied in first place with Tennessee thanks to a solid win by the Titans over the Broncos, 13-10.

Business really picked up in the late afternoon slate when the red-hot Green Bay Packers had their way with the Seattle Seahawks at a frozen Lambeau Field. Russell Wilson had the first five-interception game of his career.

Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers outlasted the New Orleans Saints in a defensive battle, keeping pace with the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South. Atlanta dominated out west against the Rams in LA.

Stop me if you heard this before: Sunday Night Football featured an NFC East matchup. It was a defensive struggle between the Cowboys and Giants, with New York prevailing for a season sweep of Dallas.

Here are all the latest scores, highlights, injury news, and much more on a busy day of football.

Full scores and schedule (all times Eastern)

Kansas City Chiefs 21, Oakland Raiders 13

Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Buffalo Bills 20

Carolina Panthers 28, San Diego Chargers 16

Cincinnati Bengals 23, Cleveland Browns 10

Detroit Lions 20, Chicago Bears 17

Houston Texans 22, Indianapolis Colts 17

Minnesota Vikings 25, Jacksonville Jaguars 16

Miami Dolphins 26, Arizona Cardinals 23

Washington 27, Philadelphia Eagles 22

Tennessee Titans 13, Denver Broncos 10

New York Jets 23, San Francisco 49ers 17 (OT)

Green Bay Packers 38, Seattle Seahawks 10

Atlanta Falcons 42, Los Angeles Rams 14

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16, New Orleans Saints 11

New York Giants 10, Dallas Cowboys 7

New England Patriots 30, Baltimore Ravens 23

Cowboys/Giants highlights

Dez Bryant’s only catch of the game came with two minutes remaining, and was immediately fumbled away.

Odell Beckham Jr. sprinted by the Cowboys for what proved to be the game-winning touchdown, then did the moonwalk in the end zone.

Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey could only laugh after his 55-yard field goal attempt hit the crossbar and missed.

Eli Manning fumbled because Giants tackle Ereck Flowers barely even blocked a Cowboys defender.

That first quarter touchdown pass to Terrance Williams might have been the Cowboys’ easiest TD of the season.

Ezekiel Elliott of the playoff-bound Cowboys tried to eat snowflakes before their game against the Giants.

Elliott wasn’t alone — several Cowboys had fun in the snow before the game.

Tom Brady got very angry at a water bottle after blowing a possible TD pass.

Shea McClellin’s hops were on display when he blocked a Ravens field goal.

The Patriots’ special teams had some fumbling issues against Baltimore.

Earlier highlights from Sunday

Aaron Rodgers was 18-for-23 with three passing touchdowns in Green Bay’s blowout of the Seahawks. With 10 TDs and no interceptions over his last four games, Rodgers is playing at an MVP level again for the Packers.

The Buccaneers’ win over the Saints has them tied atop the NFC South with the Falcons, and has Tampa Bay looking like legitimate contenders.

After San Francisco blew a 14-0 lead against the Jets to lose in overtime, Chip Kelly now has a worse record than Jim Tomsula as head coach of the 49ers.

The Rams’ loss to the Falcons guaranteed a fifth straight losing season for head coach Jeff Fisher.

Falcons LB Vic Beasley had a Von Miller-type game against the Rams, with three sacks.

Packers TE Richard Rodgers made an amazing catch and held on despite taking a cheap shot to the head from K.J. Wright.

Russell Wilson was looking forward to returning to the cold of Wisconsin, but be careful what you wish for — he threw five interceptions for the first time in his career against the Packers.

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones was the latest player to trash Terrelle Pryor, whom he called “garbage.”

Ben Roethlisberger laughed off accusations of deflated footballs, says Steelers use Nerf balls.

This is probably the horrible start that Rams fans expected in this week’s game.

David Johnson has had 13 games with 100-plus total yards. That ties the NFL record!

The Eagles had to dig deep in their long snapper depth chart on this field goal.

Matthew Stafford weaves around foes, plows over teammates on his way to a TD.

This strip sack by Jadaveon Clowney is what defensive coordinators dream of.

DeSean Jackson channeled Willie Mays on this over-the-shoulder catch.

If you’re going to make an incredible catch, you might as well make it look like this.

Here’s the story of Ryan Tannehill and the ugliest little pass attempt of all time.

Cheap shots are the worst. So are stupid fights between the Broncos and Titans.

That cheap shot was so dirty that Aqib Talib wants to fight Harry Douglas, in their agent’s office.

The Browns show everyone how NOT to run a flea flicker.

Aren’t you supposed to throw the flag on the guy who committed the penalty?

Block that kick, Browns! Block that kick! Uh… lateral that ball! Lateral that ball!

The first career interception has to be one of the sweetest, especially against Big Ben.

Injuries

Giants running back Shane Vereen left in the second quarter with a concussion.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers limped off the field late in their blowout of the Seahawks.

49ers receiver Torrey Smith suffered a concussion against the Jets.

Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was carted off the field with an ankle injury in the second quarter against Seattle, though he returned before halftime.

The Dolphins feared QB Ryan Tannehill has a torn ACL, but it was a sprain.

Darren Sproles took a dirty hit to the head and did not return for Philly.

Joey Bosa left the Chargers game to get concussion evaluation and did not return.

Matthew Stafford reportedly dislocated his thumb joint and tore ligaments in his middle finger in a win over the Bears, and will have to wear a glove for the remainder of the season.

Melvin Gordon was carted off the field in the Chargers game with a hip injury. He’s hopeful he’ll be back this season.

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