* COLTS 27, TITANS 17: At Indianapolis, the Colts (12-0) tied the NFL

record for longest winning streak, beating Tennessee for its 21st consecutive regular-season victory. The only other team to win that many in a row: New England from 2006-08. Peyton Manning (24-for-37, 270 yards) threw one TD pass, Joseph Addai (79 yards, 21 carries) ran for two scores and the Colts spent the second half protecting the lead against the Titans (5-7). Tennessee's Chris Johnson (113 yards, 27 carries) had his seventh straight 100-yard game.

* DOLPHINS 22, PATRIOTS 21: At Miami, Chad Henne (29-for-52)

threw for a career-high 335 yards and directed a 51-yard drive for the winning field goal with 1:02 left, and Miami (6-6) rallied past New England (7-5). The Dolphins overcame an early 14-point deficit to keep their slim playoff prospects alive, while AFC East leader New England (7-5) remained winless in five games on the road this season. The defeat was sealed when Channing Crowder made his first career interception, picking off Tom Brady (19-for-29, 352 yards) with 35 seconds left.

* CARDINALS 30, VIKINGS 17: At Glendale, Ariz., Kurt Warner

(22-for-32, 285 yards), back after missing a game with a concussion, connected with Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald for three first-half touchdown passes, leading the Cardinals (8-4) to a victory over Minnesota (10-2). Arizona's defense stifled Brett Favre (30-for-45, 275 yards), who set an NFL record for consecutive appearances. Favre, with just three interceptions in the first the first 11 games, was pick off twice and sacked three times. The Vikings' Adrian Peterson to a season-low 19 yards in 13 carries.

* SEAHAWKS 20, 49ERS 17: At Seattle, Olindo Mare kicked a 30-yard

field goal as time expired to send the Seahawks past the San Francisco 49ers (5-7), who wasted a career passing day from Alex Smith (27-for-45, 310 yards). After San Francisco called time out to try to ice the veteran placekicker on a cold day, Mare made his second field goal of the final quarter and extended his team record of 18 consecutive makes for the Seahawks (5-7). They also kept alive hopes for a winning season, if not a playoff berth.

* CHARGERS 30, BROWNS 23: At Cleveland, LaDainian Tomlinson (64

yards, 20 carries) scored his 150th career TD as San Diego beat the Browns (1-11). Antonio Gates set a career high with 167 yards receiving for the Chargers (9-3), who dragged their cleats early and only led 13-7 at halftime. But Philip Rivers (18-for-25, 373 yards) led San Diego on touchdown drives of 85 and 83 yards in the third quarter to open a 27-7 lead. Tomlinson's 4-yard TD run with 5:58 left in the third put the Chargers up by 20.

* BENGALS 23, LIONS 13: At Cincinnati, Cedric Benson (110 yards, 36

carries) returned from a two-game layoff because of an injured hip and tied the team record with his fifth 100-yard game of the season, as the Bengals beat Detroit (2-10). The Bengals (9-3) assured themselves of a winning record for only the second time in 19 years. The other one came in 2005. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (11-for-26, 143 yards) aggravated his nonthrowing shoulder with 3:37 to go and didn't return.

* JAGUARS 23, TEXANS 18: At Jacksonville, David Garrard (15-for-28,

238 yards) threw two touchdown passes, Josh Scobee kicked three field goals and the Jaguars (7-5) stayed in the AFC wild-card hunt with a victory over Houston (5-7). It was Jacksonville's fifth straight victory at home and came in front of an announced crowd of 42,079 - the lowest in franchise history. Texans have lost four in a row and appear out of the playoffs for the eighth time in as many years.

* PANTHERS 16, BUCCANEERS 6: At Charlotte, Jonathan Stewart (120

yards, 26 carries) rushed for the game's only touchdown, and Carolina (5-7) intercepted rookie Josh Freeman five times - three times near the goal line - in a victory over Tampa Bay (1-11). With struggling QB Jake Delhomme (broken finger) sidelined, Matt Moore (14-for-20, 161 yards) made his fourth professional start for Carolina.

* BEARS 17, RAMS 9: At Chicago, Jay Cutler (8-for-17, 143 yards)

threw for a touchdown and no interceptions, and the Bears (5-7) beat St. Louis (1-11). Cutler threw for 131 yards in the first quarter as the Bears built a 10-0 lead. Chicago then went to the run, St. Louis rallied and Bears receiver Devin Hester left the game with a calf injury. Steven Jackson (112 yards, 28 carries) had another strong game for the Rams.

* BRONCOS 44, CHIEFS 13: At Kansas City, Kyle Orton (15-for-25, 180

yards) threw two touchdown passes and Denver (8-4) used a punishing running game to manhandle the Chiefs (3-9). Led by former Eagle Correll Buckhalter (113 yards, 12 carries), Denver had 245 yards rushing.