Giants 36, Titans 7

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Eli Manning threw for 260 yards and a touchdown, and New York snapped a seven-game skid.

The Giants (4-9) won for the first time since Oct. 5 with two rookies having big games. Odell Beckham Jr. set a team rookie record with his fourth game with 100 yards receiving this season: 11 catches for 130 yards and a TD. Andre Williams ran for a season-high 131 yards, including a 50-yard TD.

N.Y. Giants 17 6 10 3 – 36

Tennessee 0 0 7 0 – 7

First quarter

NYG–FG J.Brown 20, 7:59.

NYG–Beckham Jr. 15 pass from E.Manning (J.Brown kick), 4:41.

NYG–Kuhn 26 fumble return (J.Brown kick), 1:07.

Second quarter

NYG–FG J.Brown 19, 1:38.

NYG–FG J.Brown 36, :07.

Third quarter

NYG–A.Williams 50 run (J.Brown kick), 12:06.

Ten–Huff 23 interception return (Succop kick), 8:36.

NYG–FG J.Brown 52, :33.

Fourth quarter

NYG–FG J.Brown 42, 11:22.

A: 69,143.

NYG   Ten

First downs 19   12

Total Net Yards 402   207

Rushes-yards 30-142   14-61

Passing 260   146

Punt Returns 4-49   1-4

Kickoff Returns 1-20   4-63

Interceptions Ret. 2-26   1-23

Comp-Att-Int 26-43-1   23-35-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0   8-60

Punts 4-46.5   6-47.3

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 7-70   5-39

Time of Possession 34:43   25:17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: N.Y. Giants, A.Williams 24-131, Beckham Jr. 1-9, Jennings 2-5, Darkwa 1-0, Nassib 2-(minus 3). Tennessee, Locker 2-28, Sankey 9-25, L.Washington 2-9, Mettenberger 1-(minus 1).

Passing: N.Y. Giants, E.Manning 26-42-1-260, Beckham Jr. 0-1-0-0. Tennessee, Mettenberger 14-24-1-125, Locker 9-11-1-81.

Receiving: Giants, Beckham Jr. 11-130, Parker 5-60, Donnell 4-28, A.Williams 3-16, Jennings 1-17, Randle 1-9, Robinson 1-0. Tennessee, Hagan 6-62, Walker 4-27, N.Washington 3-56, Durham 3-30, McCluster 2-10, L.Washington 2-10, Sankey 2-2, Klug 1-9.

Missed Field Goals: Tennessee, Succop 42 (WR).

Panthers 41, Saints 10

NEW ORLEANS - Cam Newton passed for three touchdowns and went over the pile for another as the Panthers ended a six-game skid.

Newton's jawing and "Superman" celebration of his 2-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter drew a shove from linebacker Curtis Lofton, igniting a scrum that went from a closed gate behind the goal post and into a tunnel.

Carolina 17 7 14 3 – 41

New Orleans 0 3 0 7 – 10

First quarter

Car–Benjamin 9 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 11:42.

Car–FG Gano 37, 9:57.

Car–Newton 2 run (Gano kick), 6:41.

Second quarter

NO–FG S.Graham 37, 13:19.

Car–Olsen 16 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 2:14.

Third quarter

Car–Stewart 69 run (Gano kick), 13:59.

Car–Whittaker 26 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 5:13.

Fourth quarter

Car–FG Gano 41, 14:10.

NO–Watson 7 pass from Brees (S.Graham kick), 5:29.

A: 73,006.

Car   NO

First downs 24   18

Total Net Yards 497   310

Rushes-yards 40-271   17-92

Passing 226   218

Punt Returns 2-7   3-68

Kickoff Returns 0-0   1-28

Interceptions Ret. 1-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 21-33-0   29-49-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0   2-17

Punts 4-39.5   5-44.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   1-1

Penalties-Yards 6-55   4-30

Time of Possession 36:00   24:00

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Carolina, Stewart 20-155, Newton 12-83, Tolbert 5-28, Whittaker 3-5. New Orleans, Ingram 10-43, Thomas 5-38, Brees 1-6, Cadet 1-5.

Passing: Carolina, Newton 21-33-0-226. New Orleans, Brees 29-49-1-235.

Receiving: Carolina, Olsen 10-72, Brown 3-42, Tolbert 2-34, Benjamin 2-24, Whittaker 1-26, Dickson 1-10, Bersin 1-9, Cotchery 1-9. New Orleans, Colston 5-72, Toon 4-45, Thomas 4-14, J.Graham 3-25, Stills 3-23, Morgan 2-23, Cadet 2-13, Ingram 2-13, Watson 2-8, Lorig 2-(minus 1).

Missed Field Goals: New Orleans, S.Graham 42 (WL).

Vikings 30, Jets 24

MINNEAPOLIS - Jarius Wright's 87-yard touchdown reception from Teddy Bridgewater in overtime gave Minnesota the victory.

Former Viking Percy Harvin had a 35-yard touchdown reception and a 47-yard kickoff return, but he hurt his ankle in the fourth quarter and didn't return.

N.Y. Jets 12 3 3 6 0 – 24

Minnesota 14 7 0 3 6 – 30

First quarter

Min–Hodges 27 interception return (Walsh kick), 14:48.

NYJ–Richardson safety, 10:12.

NYJ–Harvin 35 pass from Smith (Folk kick), 7:35.

Min–Charle.Johnson 56 pass from Bridgewater (Walsh kick), 5:53.

NYJ–FG Folk 36, 2:28.

Second quarter

Min–Felton fumble recovery in end zone (Walsh kick), 13:32.

NYJ–FG Folk 33, :17.

Third quarter

NYJ–FG Folk 22, 12:24.

Fourth quarter

NYJ–FG Folk 24, 14:15.

Min–FG Walsh 20, 5:28.

NYJ–FG Folk 44, :23.

Overtime

Min–Wright 87 pass from Bridgewater, 10:21.

A: 52,152.

NYJ   Min

First downs 19   19

Total Net Yards 410   411

Rushes-yards 42-168   28-114

Passing 242   297

Punt Returns 2-13   1-10

Kickoff Returns 5-114   7-121

Interceptions Ret. 1-0   1-27

Comp-Att-Int 18-29-1   19-27-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-12   3-12

Punts 4-40.0   3-49.3

Fumbles-Lost 4-1   2-1

Penalties-Yards 4-40   6-70

Time of Possession 35:52   28:47

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: N.Y. Jets, Ivory 16-73, C.Johnson 16-53, Smith 6-33, B.Powell 2-6, Harvin 2-3. Minnesota, Asiata 19-54, Wright 1-23, Tate 3-15, Banyard 1-9, Bridgewater 3-7, Patterson 1-6.

Passing: N.Y. Jets, Smith 18-29-1-254. Minnesota, Bridgewater 19-27-1-309.

Receiving: N.Y. Jets, Harvin 6-124, Decker 6-89, Kerley 2-17, C.Johnson 2-13, Owusu 1-7, Ivory 1-4. Minnesota, Jennings 5-52, Wright 4-123, Charle.Johnson 4-103, Asiata 3-10, Rudolph 2-9, Banyard 1-12.

Missed Field Goals: Minnesota, Walsh 39 (WR), 56 (SH).

Rams 24, Redskins 0

LANDOVER, Md. - St. Louis has back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 1945, and the first winning streak of the season.

Jared Cook caught two touchdown passes, Tavon Austin returned a punt 78 yards for a score, and the defense allowed 206 total yards as the Rams improved to 5-7.

The Rams sacked Colt McCoy six times. He suffered a neck injury on the sixth sack just before the two-minute warning, so Robert Griffin III finished the game in his first appearance since getting benched two weeks ago. He was sacked once during his brief appearance.

St. Louis 0 6 18 0 – 24

Washington 0 0 0 0 – 0

Second quarter

StL–Cook 35 pass from Hill (kick failed), 12:19.

Third quarter

StL–FG Zuerlein 34, 7:39.

StL–Cook 1 pass from Hill (Harkey pass from Hekker), 3:52.

StL–Austin 78 punt return (Zuerlein kick), 1:36.

A: 71,120.

StL   Was

First downs 19   13

Total Net Yards 329   206

Rushes-yards 30-131   12-27

Passing 198   179

Punt Returns 4-143   2-3

Kickoff Returns 1-20   4-91

Interceptions Ret. 2-21   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 16-22-0   23-36-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-15   7-53

Punts 4-43.5   6-45.8

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   2-0

Penalties-Yards 11-98   5-51

Time of Possession 32:49   27:11

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: St. Louis, Mason 20-66, Austin 5-46, B.Cunningham 3-20, Hill 2-(minus 1). Washington, McCoy 2-11, Redd Jr. 1-8, Morris 8-6, Way 1-2.

Passing: St. Louis, Hill 16-22-0-213. Washington, McCoy 20-32-2-199, Griffin III 3-4-0-33.

Receiving: St. Louis, B.Cunningham 5-28, Cook 4-61, Britt 2-52, Bailey 2-47, Austin 2-14, Kendricks 1-11. Washington, Garcon 9-95, Moss 3-43, Redd Jr. 3-36, Reed 3-25, Roberts 2-11, Morris 1-11, Paul 1-7, Grant 1-4.

Missed Field Goals: St. Louis, Zuerlein 28 (WR), 38 (WR).

Colts 25, Browns 24

CLEVELAND - Andrew Luck threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to T.Y. Hilton with 32 seconds left, rallying Indianapolis.

Cleveland contained the Colts quarterback until the final minute, but couldn't finish him off.

The Browns got two defensive touchdowns, but Cleveland's offense, led by struggling quarterback Brian Hoyer, couldn't do enough to keep the team's playoff hopes from fading.

Indianapolis 0 7 9 9 – 25

Cleveland 7 7 7 3 – 24

First quarter

Cle–Robertson fumble recovery in end zone (Cundiff kick), :40.

Second quarter

Ind–Luck 11 run (Vinatieri kick), 5:57.

Cle–Crowell 9 run (Cundiff kick), 1:14.

Third quarter

Cle–Gilbert 21 interception return (Cundiff kick), 10:21.

Ind–FG Vinatieri 51, 7:16.

Ind–Hilton 42 pass from Luck (pass failed), 4:01.

Fourth quarter

Ind–FG Vinatieri 33, 14:50.

Cle–FG Cundiff 39, 8:34.

Ind–Hilton 1 pass from Luck (pass failed), :32.

A: 67,431.

Ind   Cle

First downs 23   14

Total Net Yards 362   248

Rushes-yards 20-93   31-111

Passing 269   137

Punt Returns 3-4   4-65

Kickoff Returns 5-141   5-99

Interceptions Ret. 2-0   2-55

Comp-Att-Int 24-53-2   14-31-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-25   1-3

Punts 7-47.0   9-45.2

Fumbles-Lost 4-2   0-0

Penalties-Yards 6-40   7-85

Time of Possession 28:04   31:56

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Indianapolis, Luck 5-37, Richardson 7-30, Herron 8-26. Cleveland, West 15-54, Crowell 14-54, Hoyer 2-3.

Passing: Indianapolis, Luck 24-53-2-294. Cleveland, Hoyer 14-31-2-140.

Receiving: Indianapolis, Hilton 10-150, Fleener 5-56, Herron 4-45, Moncrief 3-33, Allen 1-5, Wayne 1-5. Cleveland, Cameron 4-41, Hawkins 4-38, Gabriel 2-16, Gordon 2-15, Benjamin 1-27, Dray 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: Cleveland, Cundiff 40 (WR).

Lions 34, Buccaneers 17

DETROIT - Matthew Stafford threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns - including one off a fluky deflection late in the game - and Detroit kept the pressure on in the NFC North race.

The Lions trail first-place Green Bay by a half-game, with the Packers hosting Atlanta on Monday night.

Tampa Bay was eliminated from playoff contention. They turned the ball over three times in the second quarter against Detroit and never led.

Tampa Bay 0 10 0 7 – 17

Detroit 7 10 10 7 – 34

First quarter

Det–C.Johnson 6 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), 2:57.

Second quarter

TB–FG Murray 54, 13:32.

Det–Bell 1 run (Prater kick), 6:01.

Det–FG Prater 46, 3:01.

TB–Evans 5 pass from McCown (Murray kick), :05.

Third quarter

Det–FG Prater 23, 11:14.

Det–Fauria 10 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), :15.

Fourth quarter

TB–Evans 26 pass from McCown (Murray kick), 12:52.

Det–Bell 5 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), 5:01.

A: 61,489.

TB   Det

First downs 15   22

Total Net Yards 233   407

Rushes-yards 14-26   31-113

Passing 207   294

Punt Returns 0-0   2-11

Kickoff Returns 1-23   2-67

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   2-11

Comp-Att-Int 20-39-2   26-34-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 6-43   4-17

Punts 6-42.5   3-51.7

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   3-1

Penalties-Yards 5-50   9-122

Time of Possession 23:25   36:35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Tampa Bay, Martin 5-22, McCown 4-8, Sims 5-(minus 4). Detroit, Bell 18-83, Bush 8-26, Ross 1-4, Winn 1-2, Stafford 3-(minus 2).

Passing: Tampa Bay, McCown 20-39-2-250. Detroit, Stafford 26-34-0-311.

Receiving: Tampa Bay, Jackson 10-159, Evans 4-45, Murphy Jr. 3-18, Sims 1-24, Stocker 1-4, Martin 1-0. Detroit, C.Johnson 8-158, Bell 5-50, Tate 4-50, Bush 4-8, Ebron 3-28, Fauria 2-17.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Texans 27, Jaguars 13

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Texans have back-to-back wins for the first time in nearly three months.

And that kept them in the muddled AFC playoff race.

Arian Foster ran for 127 yards and a touchdown, and the Texans won consecutive games for the first time since Week 2.

Foster's 1-yard run on the second play of the fourth quarter gave Houston (7-6) a comfortable cushion in what had been a back-and-forth game.

Houston 3 7 7 10 – 27

Jacksonville 7 6 0 0 – 13

First quarter

Jax–Hurns 4 pass from Bortles (Scobee kick), 3:39.

Hou–FG Bullock 44, 1:22.

Second quarter

Hou–Fitzpatrick 4 run (Bullock kick), 11:45.

Jax–FG Scobee 33, 5:53.

Jax–FG Scobee 37, 1:09.

Third quarter

Hou–Blue 1 run (Bullock kick), 3:23.

Fourth quarter

Hou–Foster 1 run (Bullock kick), 14:23.

Hou–FG Bullock 44, 8:39.

A: 61,070.

Hou   Jax

First downs 19   17

Total Net Yards 304   262

Rushes-yards 42-173   22-74

Passing 131   188

Punt Returns 1-21   2-15

Kickoff Returns 2-42   4-111

Interceptions Ret. 1-6   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 13-19-0   20-40-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-4   4-17

Punts 5-47.6   4-48.3

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-64   6-40

Time of Possession 32:29   27:31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Houston, Foster 24-127, Fitzpatrick 8-19, Blue 9-15, D.Johnson 1-12. Jacksonville, D.Robinson 10-30, Gerhart 5-19, Todman 3-11, Bortles 3-10, Lee 1-4.

Passing: Houston, Fitzpatrick 13-19-0-135. Jacksonville, Bortles 20-39-1-205, D.Robinson 0-1-0-0.

Receiving: Houston, Hopkins 4-49, A.Johnson 4-17, Foster 2-21, Griffin 1-25, Martin 1-12, D.Johnson 1-11. Jacksonville, Lee 5-67, Hurns 5-36, Lewis 3-69, Gerhart 2-16, Shorts III 2-3, Sanders 1-9, Todman 1-5, Ta'ufo'ou 1-0.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Raiders 24, 49ers 13

OAKLAND, Calif. - Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes, and the Raiders put a major dent into San Francisco's dwindling playoff hopes.

Carr completed 22 of 28 passes for 254 yards and completely outplayed counterpart Colin Kaepernick as the Raiders (2-11) won their second straight home game surrounding last week's 52-0 loss at St. Louis.

With a second straight loss, the 49ers (7-6) are in danger of missing the playoffs for the first time in coach Jim Harbaugh's four-year tenure.

San Francisco 7 3 3 0 – 13

Oakland 3 7 7 7 – 24

First quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 57, 11:46.

SF–Miller 8 pass from Kaepernick (Dawson kick), 1:54.

Second quarter

Oak–Penn 3 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 10:45.

SF–FG Dawson 52, :01.

Third quarter

SF–FG Dawson 20, 8:34.

Oak–Reece 9 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 4:09.

Fourth quarter

Oak–Rivera 5 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 10:39.

A: 55,300.

SF   Oak

First downs 18   19

Total Net Yards 248   330

Rushes-yards 18-97   31-85

Passing 151   245

Punt Returns 1-23   3-19

Kickoff Returns 3-92   3-53

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   2-3

Comp-Att-Int 18-33-2   22-28-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 5-23   1-9

Punts 4-52.5   5-46.8

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-50   10-84

Time of Possession 27:05   32:55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: San Francisco, Gore 12-63, Kaepernick 3-26, Hyde 2-4, Boldin 1-4. Oakland, Murray 23-76, McFadden 4-5, Carr 2-2, Reece 2-2.

Passing: San Francisco, Kaepernick 18-33-2-174. Oakland, Carr 22-28-0-254.

Receiving: San Francisco, Crabtree 9-56, Boldin 4-54, V.Davis 2-26, Celek 1-22, Hyde 1-8, Miller 1-8. Oakland, Rivera 7-109, Reece 7-64, Holmes 2-38, J.Jones 2-11, Murray 2-9, V.Brown 1-20, Penn 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: San Francisco, Dawson 47 (WL).

Broncos 24, Bills 17

DENVER - C.J. Anderson ran for three touchdowns, and the Broncos overcame a rare unsteady outing by Peyton Manning. Manning's streak of 51 straight games with a touchdown throw - three shy of Drew Brees' NFL record - ended on a sun-splashed afternoon in Denver, where the game-time temperature was 63 degrees.

Despite three turnovers, the Broncos won their third straight game since changing from a pass-oriented attack to a run-heavy approach.

Buffalo 0 3 0 14 – 17

Denver 7 7 10 0 – 24

First quarter

Den–Anderson 6 run (Barth kick), 2:43.

Second quarter

Buf–FG Carpenter 44, 11:51.

Den–Anderson 1 run (Barth kick), 3:26.

Third quarter

Den–Anderson 3 run (Barth kick), 12:01.

Den–FG Barth 50, 1:07.

Fourth quarter

Buf–Hogan 14 pass from Orton (Carpenter kick), 10:46.

Buf–Orton 1 run (Carpenter kick), :55.

A: 76,913.

Buf   Den

First downs 24   15

Total Net Yards 415   306

Rushes-yards 16-74   29-133

Passing 341   173

Punt Returns 0-0   1-7

Kickoff Returns 1-27   2-50

Interceptions Ret. 2-57   2-38

Comp-Att-Int 38-57-2   14-20-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-14   0-0

Punts 3-34.0   3-49.7

Fumbles-Lost 2-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 11-98   5-45

Time of Possession 33:29   26:31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Buffalo, Jackson 8-35, Dixon 3-15, Goodwin 1-12, B.Brown 3-11, Orton 1-1. Denver, Thompson 4-63, Anderson 21-58, Sanders 1-13, Stewart 1-1, Manning 2-(minus 2).

Passing: Buffalo, Orton 38-57-2-355. Denver, Manning 14-20-2-173.

Receiving: Buffalo, Jackson 10-37, Chandler 8-81, Watkins 7-127, Hogan 7-54, Woods 3-36, B.Brown 2-14, Smith 1-6. Denver, Welker 6-82, Sanders 4-56, D.Thomas 2-11, Thompson 1-14, Tamme 1-10.

Missed Field Goals: None.