* 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