NFL Recap – Week 17

New York Jets 28 - Buffalo Bills 9
New York Jets 28 - Buffalo Bills 9
The New York Jets traveled to Buffalo hoping to end the season on a positive note. However Mark Sanchez couldn't get the Jets into the endzone and turned the ball over twice as the the Bills blowout the Jets 28-9. The win couldn't save Bills head coach Chan Gailey as he was fired on Monday. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
New York Giants 42 - Philadelphia Eagles 7
New York Giants 42 - Philadelphia Eagles 7
Eli Manning and the New York Giants did what they had to do to keep their playoff hopes alive. Manning threw for 208 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles 42-7 in Andy Reid's last game as head coach. Minutes after the game the Giants found out they were eliminated from the playoffs when the Bears beat the Lions. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - Cleveland Browns 10
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - Cleveland Browns 10
Ben Roethlisberger passed for only 134 yards but threw 3 touchdowns to help the Steelers avoid a losing season. The Steelers now head into the offseason looking to make tweaks on both sides of the ball in hopes of making another Super Bowl run in 2013. Following the loss, the Browns fired both their general manager and head coach. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
Minnesota Vikings 37 - Green Bay Packers 34
Minnesota Vikings 37 - Green Bay Packers 34
The Minnesota Vikings were playing for not only a playoff spot on Sunday but for a chance for Adrian Peterson to break the NFL single season rushing record. Peterson rushed for 199 yards and two touchdowns, but came up 9 yards short from Eric Dickerson's record. However, the Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers to earn a playoff spot, the two teams will now face each other next week in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo by Andy Clayton King/Getty Images)
New England Patriots 28 - Miami Dolphins 0
New England Patriots 28 - Miami Dolphins 0
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots showed the league they are ready to make another Super Bowl run this season. With the shut out win over the Miami Dolphins, the Patriots earned the No. 2 seed and a first round bye in the AFC playoffs. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
San Diego Chargers 24 - Oakland Raiders 21
San Diego Chargers 24 - Oakland Raiders 21
The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders were two teams that were not playing for anything on Sunday. Both teams failed to reach 300 yards in total offense. On Monday the Chargers fired head coach Norv Turner and the Raiders fired offensive coordinator Greg Knapp. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
San Francisco 49ers 27 - Arizona Cardinals 13
San Francisco 49ers 27 - Arizona Cardinals 13
Michael Crabtree and the San Francisco 49ers secured the NFC West title and the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs with a win over the Arizona Cardinals. Crabtree caught 8 passes for 175 yards including two touchdowns. The 49ers didn't allow a touchdown until the two minute warning in the fourth quarter. They now have a week off to prepare for their opponent in the second round of the playoffs. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Washington Redskins 28 - Dallas Cowboys 18
Washington Redskins 28 - Dallas Cowboys 18
Robert Griffin III and running back Alfred Morris led the Washington Redskins back to the NFL playoffs after a 13 year drought by beating the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. RG3 threw for just 100 yards and rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown. Morris ran for 200 yards and 3 TDs as the Redskins will now host the Seattle Seahawks in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals 23 - Baltimore Ravens 17
Cincinnati Bengals 23 - Baltimore Ravens 17
The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens were both playoff bound and decided to rest a majority of their starters as they prepare for the wild card round next week. The Bengals will now travel to Houston to face the Texans and the Ravens will host the Indianapolis Colts. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22 - Atlanta Falcons 17
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22 - Atlanta Falcons 17
Josh Freeman and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended their five-game losing streak by beating the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. Freeman threw for 222 yards and 1 TD, and Doug Martin ran for 142 yards including a 40-yard TD run. The Atlanta Falcons suffered injuries to DE John Abraham and CB Dunta Robinson, but they are optimistic they will return for thier playoff game in two weeks. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Chicago Bears 26 - Detroit Lions 24
Chicago Bears 26 - Detroit Lions 24
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears held off a late rally from the Detroit Lions, only to eliminated from the playoffs when the Vikings beat the Packers for wild card spot. After starting the season (7-1) the Bears went (3-5) in their final eight games, and the organization fired head coach Lovie Smith on Monday. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
Tennessee Titans 38 - Jacksonville Jaguars 20
Tennessee Titans 38 - Jacksonville Jaguars 20
Darius Reynaud and Zach Brown of the Tennessee Titans set two NFL records against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Reynaud scored touchdowns on two punt returns and Brown returned two interceptions for touchdowns all in less than 5 minutes as the Titans finish the season winning their final three games. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
Indianapolis Colts 28 - Houston Texans 16
Indianapolis Colts 28 - Houston Texans 16
The Indianapolis Colts welcomed back their head coach Chuck Pagano with a win over the sliding Houston Texans. The loss dropped the Texans out of home field advantage and a first round bye in the AFC playoffs. The Texans will now face the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday and the Colts will travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Carolina Panthers 44 - New Orleans Saints 38
Carolina Panthers 44 - New Orleans Saints 38
DeAngelo Williams of the Carolina Panthers carried the ball 21 times for 210 yards and two touchdowns as the Panthers rallied to send the New Orleans Saints to their first losing season since 2007. In the loss, Drew Brees and the Saints' defense set two new NFL records. Brees surpassed the 5,000 yard mark for the third time in his career and the Saints' defense set the record for most yards allowed in a season with 7,042. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Denver Broncos 38 - Kansas City Chiefs 3
Denver Broncos 38 - Kansas City Chiefs 3
Peyton Manning completed 23 of 29 pass attempts for 304 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Broncos put an end to the Chiefs two win season. The win coupled with the Texans loss earned the Broncos the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)
Seattle Seahawks 20 - St Louis Rams 13
Seattle Seahawks 20 - St Louis Rams 13
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tied an NFL rookie record and rallied his team to a late fourth quarter win. Wilson threw for 250 yards and one touchdown, that one touchdown pass tied Peyton Manning for the NFL rookie record of most TD passes with 26. Wilson's second touchdown was a rushing touchdown with 1:39 left in the game giving the Seahawks the lead and the win. The Seahawks now face RG3 and the Redskins next week in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo by Kevin Casey/Getty Images)
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