NFL scores, highlights, & more from Week 12

NFL scores 2016: Live updates, results, highlights, and more from Week 12

Catch up on all the action from Week 12 in the NFL right here.

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The Cowboys became the first 10-win team of the 2016 season with a win over Washington during Thursday’s triple-header. No team is going to catch them for that mark, not this Sunday anyway. However, a few could get one step closer to double digits.

The Sunday Night Football affair was a back-and-forth struggle in Denver. Trevor Siemian came alive in the second half to throw three touchdown passes, but the Chiefs forced overtime with a touchdown to Tyreek Hill in the final seconds, then kicked a game-winning field goal — doinked off the left upright but still through! — in the final minute of overtime for the win.

Kansas City moved to 8-3 and in second place in the AFC West, behind the 9-2 Raiders, who withstood a furious Panthers rally earlier in Oakland.

New England had a tough time with the rival New York Jets, but pulled it out in the end. It was win number 200 for Tom Brady, tying him with Peyton Manning for the most of all time by a quarterback (playoffs included).

In the NFC, the Cardinals-Falcons game didn’t live up to expectations as Atlanta’s hot offense proved to be far too much for their foes from Arizona. New Orleans hosted the Rams, and it was an absolute one-sided contest and Sean Payton made sure the score reflected it.

On Monday night, the Packers kept their hopes alive in the NFC North with a big win over the Eagles. Aaron Rodgers had one of his best games of the season by throwing for 292 yards and two touchdowns to lead Green Bay to victory.

In the AFC, the Bills shook off a slow start and, thanks to some help from Gus Bradley and the officiating, handed the Jaguars their sixth straight loss.

Keep us bookmarked for scores, highlights, news and more throughout the day.

Week 12, Scores and schedule (all times Eastern)

Detroit Lions 16, Minnesota Vikings 13 (Thursday)

Dallas Cowboys 31, Washington 26 (Thursday)

Pittsburgh Steelers 28, Indianapolis Colts 7 (Thursday)

Atlanta Falcons 38, Arizona Cardinals 19

Tennessee Titans 27, Chicago Bears 21

Buffalo Bills 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 21

Baltimore Ravens 19, Cincinnati Bengals 14

New York Giants 27, Cleveland Browns 13

New Orleans Saints 49, Los Angeles Rams 21

Miami Dolphins 31, San Francisco 49ers 24

San Diego Chargers 21, Houston Texans 13

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14, Seattle Seahawks 5

Oakland Raiders 35, Carolina Panthers 32

New England Patriots 22, New York Jets 17

Kansas City Chiefs 30, Denver Broncos 27 (OT)

Green Bay Packers 27, Philadelphia Eagles 13


Trevor Siemian did a dumb thing and it somehow ended up with a highlight-reel TD.

Aqib Talib shoved Broncos teammate Jordan Norwood after a muffed punt.

Justin Houston has been back for two games and he’s already destroying teams.

Tyreek Hill ran a punt back for a TD and high-fived De’Anthony Thomas before reaching the end zone.

After 145 losses from 2003-2015, most in the NFL, the Raiders improved to 9-2 on Sunday, clinching their first winning campaign since 2002.

Tampa Bay’s defense was a nightmare all day for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.

The Patriots’ comeback win against the Jets was sealed on a late fumble by Ryan Fitzpatrick.

The Jets scored a butt touchdown against the Patriots.

Cam Newton finally got a roughing the passer call, his first since 2014.

But Newton only threw for 18 yards in the first-half in Oakland, and threw a pick-6 to Khalil Mack, who scored his first career touchdown for the Raiders.

Things were so bad in the first half for Carolina that backup quarterback Derek Anderson drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for yelling at referees from the sideline.

But Newton recovered to throw this beautiful 88-yard touchdown bomb to Tedd Ginn, Jr. in the third quarter.

Richard Sherman definitely knows the rules of the game.

Buccaneers cornerback Alterraun Verner picked off a pass 2 days after his father’s passing, then broke down in tears on the sideline.

Great punt? Pin your opponent? Might as well dab, right Marquette King?

Colin Kaepernick is going to win the ga— oh, never mind, he was 2 yards short.

Sean Payton running up the score against his former defensive coordinator? Is anyone surprised?

See Jason Pierre-Paul. See him score a pick-six. Roll, big man, roll!

When in Cleveland, celebrate like LeBron. Just ask OBJ.

Mom and dad — er, Jeff Fisher and Gregg Williams — are fighting again on the Rams’ sideline.

LeSean McCoy puts on a clinic on how to run long touchdowns.

Veterans like Larry Fitzgerald know it’s not always about the personal glory.

Look at Taylor Gabriel go! The Cards defense couldn’t keep up!

Justin Tucker sure knows how to celebrate a successful 57-yard field goal.

Flopping may forever be known as “The Burfict.”

DeAndre Hopkins must have played a lot of hot potato as a kid.

Check out this sick catch by Larry Fitzgerald.

What was Aaron Rodgers up to in that weird sideline tent?

A perfect punt, courtesy of the Packers.

The Rodgers magic was back on this touchdown pass to Davante Adams.

Clay Matthews got absolutely crushed by a bruising block from Allen Barbre.


Derek Carr’s pinkie was facing the wrong way after a snap, forcing the Raiders quarterback into the locker room in the third quarter.

Rob Gronkowski left with a back injury against the Jets.

Dolphins ended up finishing the game without a sick Mario Williams.

DeVante Parker did not return for Miami due to a back injury.

John Brown is out for the Cardinals with a hamstring injury.

Odell Beckham Jr. was on the sidelines with an injured thumb, but he returned.

Bills corner Ronald Darby left and did not return due to a concussion.

Eagles wideout Jordan Matthews left the game in the second quarter after suffering an ankle injury.

Odell Beckham Jr. does LeBron celebration in Cleveland

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