* COLTS 28, BRONCOS 16: At Indianapolis, Peyton Manning
(20-for-42, 220 yards) threw three TD passes in the first 23 minutes, then was picked off three times, but the Colts (13-0) earned their 22nd consecutive regular-season win with a victory over Denver (8-5). The Colts' defense held off the Broncos as Indy broke the Patriots' record victory streak set last year. Denver receiver Brandon Marshall broke the league's single-game record with 21 receptions (200 yards, two TDs).
* VIKINGS 30, BENGALS 10: At Minneapolis, Adrian Peterson (97
yards, 26 carries) had two touchdowns, pushing Minnesota (11-2) past mistake-prone Cincinnati (9-4). Peterson added 40 yards receiving and set a single-season team record with 14 rushing touchdowns, moving Minnesota within one more win of a second straight NFC North title. Brett Favre (17-for-30, 192 yards) threw for a touchdown and an interception for the Vikings. The Bengals committed 11 penalties.
* TEXANS 34, SEAHAWKS 7: At Houston, Matt Schaub (29-for-39,
365 yards) and receiver Andre Johnson put together their best game of the season to help the Texans (6-7) beat Seattle (5-8) and keep their dwindling playoff hopes alive. Johnson had a season-high 193 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Schaub had 336 yards passing before halftime - the second-most in a first half this season in the NFL. Seattle's Matt Hasselbeck (24-for-35, 247 yards) had three fumbles, was sacked three times and hurried often.
* PACKERS 21, BEARS 14: At Chicago, Ryan Grant (137 yards, 20
carries) ran for two touchdowns, and Green Bay (9-4) beat the Bears (5-8) after letting a lead slip away. Grant broke off a season-long 62-yard touchdown on the Packers' first play from scrimmage and scored the go-ahead TD in the fourth quarter after Nick Collins intercepted Jay Cutler. Tied for the NFL lead entering the game, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (23-for-36, 209 yards) has 22 interceptions after getting picked off twice. He threw for two touchdowns even though Devin Hester missed the game with a calf injury.
* RAVENS 48, LIONS 3: At Baltimore, Ray Rice (166 yards, 13 carries)
ran for a touchdown, and the Ravens (7-6) enhanced their playoff hopes with a rout of Detroit (2-11). Baltimore built a 20-3 halftime lead behind Rice, who had 155 yards rushing on only nine carries, and four catches for 53 yards. Baltimore's Joe Flacco (13-for-20, 230 yards) threw for a touchdown.
* PATRIOTS 20, PANTHERS 10: At Foxborough, Mass., New England
(8-5) shook off a poor first half, went ahead with 1:06 left in the third quarter on Tom Brady's 5-yard touchdown pass to Benjamin Watson and beat Carolina. The Patriots snapped a two-game losing streak and maintained their one-game lead in the AFC East. The Panthers (5-8) lost for the third time in four games.
* BILLS 16, CHIEFS 10: At Kansas City, Rian Lindell kicked three field
goals, and Buffalo (5-8) intercepted Matt Cassel (26-for-43, 224 yards) four times to beat struggling Kansas City (3-10). Buffalo overcame three turnovers and an ineffective passing game to close out a win in the fourth quarter. The Bills had lost seven times this season when they were within a touchdown headed into the final 15 minutes, pulling this one out with two interceptions in the final 2:11.
* JETS 26, BUCCANEERS 3: At Tampa, Thomas Jones (99 yards, 24
carries) ran for two touchdowns, Jay Feely kicked four field goals, and the New York Jets intercepted rookie Josh Freeman (14-for-33, 93 yards) three times while holding the sputtering Buccaneers (1-12) to 135 yards. The Jets (7-6) climbed over .500 for the first time since beating Oakland to improve to 4-3 on Oct. 25.
* DOLPHINS 14, JAGUARS 10: At Jacksonville, Chad Henne (21-for-29,
220 yards) completed a team-record 17 consecutive passes, Ricky Williams (108 yards, 28 carries) ran for a score and Miami (7-6) beat the Jaguars (7-6). The loss snapped Jacksonville's five-game winning streak at home. Miami stopped David Garrard (11-for-26, 139 yards) on fourth-and-3 with 1:20 remaining and then sacked Garrard on the final play to seal the victory.
* TITANS 47, RAMS 7: At Nashville, Chris Johnson (117 yards, 28
carries) ran for two touchdowns and took a short pass 66 yards for another score as Tennessee (6-7) stayed alive in the playoff hunt by routing St. Louis (1-12). Johnson, the NFL's leading rusher, set a couple of franchise records. His 17-yard run at the end of the first half pushed him past running back Earl Campbell's mark of 1,981 yards from scrimmage in 1980. Johnson also has the team mark to himself with eight straight 100-yard rushing games, breaking his tie with Campbell at seven.