Packers 21, Bears 13

CHICAGO - Green Bay got by archrival Chicago to clinch its second straight NFC North title.

The Packers (10-4) now have won six straight in the NFL's oldest - and fiercest - rivalry. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, all to James Jones.

Brandon Marshall had a 15-yard TD catch for the Bears (8-6), who have lost five of six and are in danger of missing the playoffs after beginning the season with a 7-1 record.

Green Bay 0 14 7 0 – 21

Chicago 0 7 3 3 – 13

Second quarter

Chi–Marshall 15 pass from Cutler (Mare kick), 8:03.

GB–J.Jones 29 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 4:19.

GB–J.Jones 8 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), :28.

Third quarter

GB–J.Jones 6 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 8:08.

Chi–FG Mare 34, :12.

Fourth quarter

Chi–FG Mare 34, 7:04.

A: 62,534.

GB   Chi

First downs 20   12

Total Net Yards 391   190

Rushes-yards 32-113   23-83

Passing 278   107

Punt Returns 3-(-2)   3-42

Kickoff Returns 2-37   2-63

Interceptions Ret. 1-24   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 23-36-0   12-21-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-13   4-28

Punts 5-41.6   6-39.8

Fumbles-Lost 2-2   2-0

Penalties-Yards 8-104   10-91

Time of Possession 33:23   26:37

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Green Bay, Green 13-35, Grant 8-32, Harris 5-27, Rodgers 4-14, Kuhn 2-5. Chicago, Forte 20-69, Cutler 1-9, Allen 2-5.

Passing: Green Bay, Rodgers 23-36-0-291. Chicago, Cutler 12-21-1-135.

Receiving: Green Bay, Cobb 6-115, Finley 5-61, J.Jones 5-60, G.Jennings 4-50, Green 2-6, Rodgers 1-(minus 1). Chicago, Marshall 6-56, Forte 5-64, Allen 1-15.

Missed Field Goals: Green Bay, Crosby 43 (WR), 42 (WL).

Cardinals 38, Lions 10

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Greg Toler brought back an interception 102 yards for a touchdown, the longest return in franchise history, to seal Arizona's win over Detroit - and snap a nine-game losing streak.

The Cardinals (5-9) intercepted Matthew Stafford three times, returning two of them for touchdowns and setting up a TD with the other, while sending the Lions (4-10) to their sixth straight loss. Another Arizona TD came after Detroit muffed a punt.

Detroit 0 7 3 0 – 10

Arizona 0 21 3 14 – 38

Second quarter

Det–Leshoure 1 run (Hanson kick), 12:51.

Ari–Wells 5 run (Feely kick), 9:18.

Ari–Wells 1 run (Feely kick), 3:16.

Ari–Johnson 53 interception return (Feely kick), :30.

Third quarter

Ari–FG Feely 51, 9:19.

Det–FG Hanson 41, 4:11.

Fourth quarter

Ari–Toler 102 interception return (Feely kick), 5:07.

Ari–Wells 31 run (Feely kick), 3:39.

A: 60,483.

Det   Ari

First downs 18   12

Total Net Yards 312   196

Rushes-yards 22-84   29-99

Passing 228   97

Punt Returns 2-0   6-54

Kickoff Returns 2-49   2-53

Interceptions Ret. 1-(-1)   3-186

Comp-Att-Int 24-50-3   14-21-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-18   1-7

Punts 8-47.0   9-44.2

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   1-0

Penalties-Yards 7-63   6-50

Time of Possession 31:14   28:46

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Detroit, Leshoure 14-55, Bell 7-24, Thomas 1-5. Arizona, Wells 17-67, Stephens-Howling 5-20, Lindley 2-8, Powell 5-4.

Passing: Detroit, Stafford 24-50-3-246. Arizona, Lindley 14-21-1-104.

Receiving: Detroit, C.Johnson 10-121, Scheffler 3-36, Heller 2-18, Logan 2-18, Bell 2-13, Leshoure 2-4, Durham 1-14, Smith 1-13, Robiskie 1-9. Arizona, Fitzgerald 4-22, Floyd 3-37, Roberts 3-22, Housler 2-13, King 1-7, Stephens-Howling 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Dolphins 24, Jaguars 3

MIAMI - Miami kept former teammate - and QB bust - Chad Henne out of the end zone to beat Jacksonville.

Henne, playing in Miami for the first time since leaving during the offseason, threw for 221 yards and no picks - but the Dolphins (6-8) turned back three scoring threats to seal the win.

The 2-12 Jaguars, meanwhile, enhanced their chances of getting the No. 1 draft pick next April.

Jacksonville 3 0 0 0 – 3

Miami 3 7 6 8 – 24

First quarter

Jac–FG Scobee 37, 10:03.

Mia–FG Carpenter 53, 6:26.

Second quarter

Mia–Lane 4 pass from Tannehill (Carpenter kick), 1:56.

Third quarter

Mia–FG Carpenter 30, 5:35.

Mia–FG Carpenter 31, 1:01.

Fourth quarter

Mia–Fasano 2 pass from Tannehill (Fasano pass from Tannehill), 3:12.

A: 53,667.

Jac   Mia

First downs 13   26

Total Net Yards 299   389

Rushes-yards 21-86   36-180

Passing 213   209

Punt Returns 1-9   0-0

Kickoff Returns 1-24   2-38

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 18-34-0   22-29-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-8   1-11

Punts 5-47.4   1-63.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   1-1

Penalties-Yards 10-88   5-41

Time of Possession 24:22   35:38

Rushing: Jacksonville, Owens 11-47, Murphy 6-20, Henne 3-16, Jones 1-3. Miami, Bush 21-104, Tannehill 8-52, L.Miller 6-18, Thomas 1-6.

Passing: Jacksonville, Henne 18-34-0-221. Miami, Tannehill 22-28-0-220, Fields 0-1-0-0.

Receiving: Jacksonville, Shorts 6-101, Blackmon 6-93, Lewis 3-8, Shipley 2-13, Owens 1-6. Miami, Fasano 6-56, Hartline 5-77, Matthews 3-23, Mar.Moore 2-33, Clay 2-8, Lane 2-6, Thigpen 1-15, L.Miller 1-2.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Saints 41, Buccaneers 0

NEW ORLEANS - Drew Brees passed for 307 yards and four touchdowns in New Orleans' first shutout since 1995, an overwhelming win to just about end Tampa Bay's already slim playoff hopes.

Josh Freeman, meanwhile, endured one of his worst outings of the season for the Buccaneers (6-8), throwing four interceptions and losing a fumble. The Saints improved to 6-8.

Tampa Bay 0 0 0 0 – 0

New Orleans 7 17 7 10 – 41

First quarter

NO–D.Thomas 9 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), 11:12.

Second quarter

NO–FG Hartley 25, 13:23.

NO–Sproles 2 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), 4:57.

NO–Moore 7 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), :09.

Third quarter

NO–Morgan 34 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), 9:05.

Fourth quarter

NO–FG Hartley 36, 8:09.

NO–Ingram 11 run (Hartley kick), 4:54.

A: 73,096.

TB   NO

First downs 20   24

Total Net Yards 386   447

Rushes-yards 16-67   25-149

Passing 319   298

Punt Returns 1-39   3-38

Kickoff Returns 4-70   1-30

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   4-43

Comp-Att-Int 30-54-4   26-39-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-11   1-9

Punts 4-48.8   5-53.6

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-84   6-55

Time of Possession 28:12   31:48

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Tampa Bay, Blount 4-25, Tandy 1-18, Martin 9-16, Freeman 2-8. New Orleans, Ingram 14-90, Sproles 5-22, P.Thomas 4-13, Henderson 1-13, Brees 1-11.

Passing: Tampa Bay, Freeman 26-47-4-279, Orlovsky 4-7-0-51. New Orleans, Brees 26-39-0-307.

Receiving: Tampa Bay, Clark 8-42, Jackson 6-81, Williams 4-63, Underwood 3-46, Stocker 3-23, Martin 3-19, Ware 2-32, Owusu 1-24. New Orleans, Graham 5-69, Sproles 5-21, Moore 4-42, Colston 3-60, P.Thomas 3-26, Morgan 2-61, D.Thomas 2-21, Collins 1-4, Cadet 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Texans 29, Colts 17

HOUSTON - Houston beat Indianapolis to repeat as AFC South champion.

The Texans (12-2) grabbed their first AFC South title last season after the Colts nosedived without Peyton Manning.

Manning is gone and Andrew Luck couldn't do much against the inspired Houston defense. The Colts (9-5) had won three straight and needed a win to clinch a playoff berth.

Indianapolis 0 10 7 0 – 17

Houston 10 10 3 6 – 29

First quarter

Hou–FG S.Graham 29, 11:47.

Hou–Johnson 3 pass from Schaub (S.Graham kick), 4:51.

Second quarter

Ind–FG Vinatieri 26, 6:12.

Hou–FG S.Graham 35, 3:50.

Hou–Braman 8 blocked punt return (S.Graham kick), 1:46.

Ind–Hilton 61 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 1:07.

Third quarter

Hou–FG S.Graham 27, 7:33.

Ind–Allen 8 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 2:32.

Fourth quarter

Hou–FG S.Graham 46, 8:30.

Hou–FG S.Graham 33, 1:05.

A: 71,702.

Ind   Hou

First downs 19   23

Total Net Yards 272   417

Rushes-yards 25-124   32-178

Passing 148   239

Punt Returns 2-18   2-12

Kickoff Returns 4-111   1-18

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 13-27-0   23-31-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 5-38   3-22

Punts 6-40.3   3-42.3

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   0-0

Penalties-Yards 8-79   9-69

Time of Possession 26:54   33:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Indianapolis, Ballard 18-105, Luck 2-10, Moore 4-6, Allen 1-3. Houston, Foster 27-165, Tate 5-13.

Passing: Indianapolis, Luck 13-27-0-186. Houston, Schaub 23-31-0-261.

Receiving: Indianapolis, Hilton 3-78, Avery 3-37, Allen 3-36, Wayne 3-14, Fleener 1-21. Houston, Johnson 11-151, Daniels 4-40, Posey 3-46, Walter 2-11, Foster 2-4, Casey 1-9.

Missed Field Goals: Houston, S.Graham 50 (WL).

Vikings 36, Rams 22

ST. LOUIS - Adrian Peterson ran for 212 yards, including an 82-yard touchdown blast, in Minnesota's win over St. Louis.

The Rams (6-7-1) scored first to go up by 3-0, but the Vikings (8-6) took over after that and soon had a 26-point lead.

Peterson has rushed for 1,812 yards this season.

Minnesota 7 23 3 3 – 36

St. Louis 0 7 0 15 – 22

First quarter

Min–Ponder 5 run (Walsh kick), 7:07.

Second quarter

StL–Quick 4 pass from Bradford (Zuerlein kick), 12:39.

Min–Peterson 82 run (Walsh kick), 12:21.

Min–FG Walsh 50, 9:11.

Min–Griffen 29 interception return (Walsh kick), 8:25.

Min–FG Walsh 38, 3:11.

Min–FG Walsh 42, :00.

Third quarter

Min–FG Walsh 53, 5:56.

Fourth quarter

StL–Amendola 6 pass from Bradford (Zuerlein kick), 13:39.

StL–Kendricks 6 pass from Bradford (Amendola pass from Bradford), 7:48.

Min–FG Walsh 51, 5:31.

A: 55,751.

Min   StL

First downs 18   29

Total Net Yards 322   432

Rushes-yards 33-213   18-87

Passing 109   345

Punt Returns 1-15   3-16

Kickoff Returns 1-24   2-29

Interceptions Ret. 1-29   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 17-24-0   35-55-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-22   4-32

Punts 4-45.5   4-41.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 3-49   8-47

Time of Possession 30:27   29:33

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Minnesota, Peterson 24-212, Ponder 4-6, Gerhart 5-(minus 5). St. Louis, Jackson 13-73, Bradford 2-9, D.Richardson 3-5.

Passing: Minnesota, Ponder 17-24-0-131. St. Louis, Bradford 35-55-1-377.

Receiving: Minnesota, Simpson 4-27, S.Burton 3-22, Rudolph 3-22, Carlson 3-17, Gerhart 2-21, Jenkins 1-11, Wright 1-11. St. Louis, Jackson 8-73, Gibson 6-76, Amendola 6-58, Pettis 5-55, Kendricks 3-35, D.Richardson 3-25, Quick 2-12, Givens 1-22, Harkey 1-21.

Missed Field Goals: St. Louis, Zuerlein 57 (WR).

Panthers 31, Chargers 7

SAN DIEGO - Mike Tolbert scored twice against his former team and DeAngelo Williams turned a tipped pass from Cam Newton into a 45-yard touchdown reception as Carolina eliminated San Diego from playoff contention.

Carolina (5-9) won consecutive games for the first time since last December.

The 5-9 Chargers, meanwhile, clinched their first losing season since 2003, when they were an NFL-worst 4-12.

Carolina 21 3 7 0 – 31

San Diego 0 0 0 7 – 7

First quarter

Car–Tolbert 1 run (Gano kick), 8:29.

Car–Tolbert 1 run (Gano kick), 4:54.

Car–D.Williams 45 pass from Newton (Gano kick), :58.

Second quarter

Car–FG Gano 33, :06.

Third quarter

Car–S.Smith 4 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 8:56.

Fourth quarter

SD–Gates 9 pass from Rivers (Novak kick), 14:02.

A: 53,832.

Car   SD

First downs 29   12

Total Net Yards 372   164

Rushes-yards 39-155   16-70

Passing 217   94

Punt Returns 2-32   1-23

Kickoff Returns 2-52   2-49

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 19-33-0   16-23-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14   6-27

Punts 4-39.5   6-48.5

Fumbles-Lost 2-1   4-2

Penalties-Yards 6-48   9-70

Time of Possession 37:32   22:28

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Carolina, D.Williams 22-93, Tolbert 9-40, S.Smith 1-15, Newton 4-7, A.Smith 3-0. San Diego, Brinkley 6-42, Mathews 4-22, Rivers 3-4, Battle 3-2.

Passing: Carolina, Newton 19-33-0-231. San Diego, Rivers 16-23-0-121.

Receiving: Carolina, S.Smith 6-57, Olsen 5-56, D.Williams 2-51, Tolbert 2-24, Murphy 2-18, Barnidge 1-20, Hartsock 1-5. San Diego, Gates 4-31, Brinkley 3-14, Mathews 3-8, Floyd 2-39, Battle 2-12, Rosario 1-9, Spurlock 1-8.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Raiders 15, Chiefs 0

OAKLAND, Calif. - All it took for Oakland to snap a six-game losing streak was for Sebastian Janikowski to kick five field goals and for its defense to shut out Kansas City.

The Raiders (4-10) overwhelmed the undermanned Chiefs (2-12) to produce a rare bright spot this season for Oakland.

There has been little to cheer for this season for the Chiefs, who are tied for the second-most losses in franchise history behind a 2-14 mark in 2008.

Kansas City 0 0 0 0 – 0

Oakland 3 6 3 3 – 15

First quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 20, 1:44.

Second quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 50, 10:19.

Oak–FG Janikowski 57, :00.

Third quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 30, 6:41.

Fourth quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 41, 13:27.

A: 51,446.

KC   Oak

First downs 7   21

Total Net Yards 119   385

Rushes-yards 10-10   45-203

Passing 109   182

Punt Returns 3-24   0-0

Kickoff Returns 3-70   0-0

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-3

Comp-Att-Int 18-32-1   18-30-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-27   0-0

Punts 7-54.7   4-51.3

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 7-60   5-62

Time of Possession 19:54   40:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Kansas City, Charles 9-10, Hillis 1-0. Oakland, McFadden 30-110, Goodson 13-89, Palmer 2-4.

Passing: Kansas City, Quinn 18-32-1-136. Oakland, Palmer 18-29-0-182, Pryor 0-1-0-0.

Receiving: Kansas City, McCluster 7-59, Moeaki 3-36, Charles 3-18, Draughn 3-11, Newsome 1-6, Wylie 1-6. Oakland, Streater 5-62, Moore 5-46, McFadden 4-39, Myers 2-15, Goodson 1-14, Reece 1-6.

Missed Field Goals: Oakland, Janikowski 51 (WL).

Seahawks 50, Bills 17

TORONTO - Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson ran for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead Seattle to its second straight rout, this time over Buffalo in its annual home game in Toronto.

A week after a 58-0 win at home against Arizona, the Seahawks (9-5) inched closer to a playoff berth, while the Bills fell to 5-9.

Seattle 14 17 16 3 – 50

Buffalo 7 10 0 0 – 17

First quarter

Sea–Wilson 14 run (Hauschka kick), 10:00.

Sea–Wilson 25 run (Hauschka kick), 5:46.

Buf–Spiller 14 run (Lindell kick), :34.

Second quarter

Sea–FG Hauschka 19, 12:03.

Sea–Miller 4 pass from Wilson (Hauschka kick), 10:10.

Sea–Wilson 13 run (Hauschka kick), 5:31.

Buf–St.Johnson 20 pass from Fitzpatrick (Lindell kick), 1:10.

Buf–FG Lindell 41, :00.

Third quarter

Sea–Lynch 13 run (kick blocked), 12:18.

Sea–FG Hauschka 33, 7:29.

Sea–Thomas 57 interception return (Hauschka kick), 6:13.

Fourth quarter

Sea–FG Hauschka 23, 9:17.

A: 40,770.

Sea   Buf

First downs 22   21

Total Net Yards 466   333

Rushes-yards 32-270   21-118

Passing 196   215

Punt Returns 3-20   0-0

Kickoff Returns 3-66   5-139

Interceptions Ret. 2-81   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 14-23-0   24-43-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-9   3-32

Punts 2-39.5   4-48.5

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   1-1

Penalties-Yards 4-32   4-20

Time of Possession 28:57   31:03

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Seattle, Lynch 10-113, Wilson 9-92, Turbin 10-31, Robinson 1-29, Washington 2-5. Buffalo, Spiller 17-103, Fitzpatrick 3-8, Choice 1-7.

Passing: Seattle, Wilson 14-23-0-205. Buffalo, Fitzpatrick 21-38-2-217, Thigpen 3-5-0-30.

Receiving: Seattle, Rice 4-76, Tate 3-64, Miller 3-26, Robinson 1-20, Lynch 1-14, Baldwin 1-8, Turbin 1-(minus 3). Buffalo, St.Johnson 8-115, Chandler 5-58, Graham 3-32, B.Smith 3-26, Spiller 3-(minus 2), Dickerson 1-10, Martin 1-8.

Missed Field Goals: None.