Chiefs 31, Raiders 13

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Alex Smith threw for 297 yards and two scores, while Kansas City shut down Derek Carr and the Oakland offense.

Knile Davis had touchdowns running and receiving, and De'Anthony Thomas returned a punt 81 yards for another score as the Chiefs revenged last month's loss to Oakland.

The Chiefs led by 10-6 early in the third quarter before scoring three touchdowns in 4 minutes, 42 seconds.

Oakland 0 3 3 7 – 13

Kansas City 7 3 21 0 – 31

First quarter

KC–Thomas 81 punt return (Santos kick), 2:38.

Second quarter

KC–FG Santos 41, 8:01.

Oak–FG Janikowski 53, :00.

Third quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 33, 11:44.

KC–Davis 3 run (Santos kick), 6:46.

KC–Kelce 20 pass from A.Smith (Santos kick), 5:50.

KC–Davis 70 pass from A.Smith (Santos kick), 2:04.

Fourth quarter

Oak–J.Jones 1 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), :34.

A: 72,153.

Oak   KC

First downs 17   16

Total Net Yards 280   388

Rushes-yards 17-78   27-93

Passing 202   295

Punt Returns 2-1   8-156

Kickoff Returns 3-73   2-66

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 27-56-0   18-31-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-20   1-2

Punts 11-43.4   7-39.9

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 10-75   11-84

Time of Possession 30:00   30:00

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Oakland, Murray 12-59, McFadden 2-13, Jones-Drew 2-6, Carr 1-0. Kansas City, Charles 12-52, A.Smith 3-17, Thomas 2-14, Davis 9-11, Daniel 1-(minus 1).

Passing: Oakland, Carr 27-56-0-222. Kansas City, Daniel 0-1-0-0, A.Smith 18-30-0-297.

Receiving: Oakland, J.Jones 8-57, Rivera 7-39, Holmes 5-70, Butler 3-23, Murray 2-17, V.Brown 2-16. Kansas City, Kelce 5-59, Bowe 3-69, Wilson 3-69, Davis 1-70, Avant 1-14, Hammond Jr. 1-7, Thomas 1-5, Fasano 1-2, Charles 1-1, Sherman 1-1.

Missed Field Goals: Kansas City, Santos 44 (WL), 47 (WL).

Giants 24, Redskins 13

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes to rookie Odell Beckham Jr., and the Giants took advantage of an overturned touchdown at the end of the first half.

Manning and Beckham combined 12 times for 143 yards, with TD passes covering 10, 35, and 6 yards. The win was the second straight for the Giants.

Washington 3 7 3 0 – 13

N.Y. Giants 7 0 10 7 – 24

First quarter

Was–FG Forbath 35, 6:47.

NYG–Beckham Jr. 10 pass from E.Manning (J.Brown kick), 1:40.

Second quarter

Was–Thompson 9 pass from Griffin III (Forbath kick), 8:19.

Third quarter

NYG–FG J.Brown 32, 13:18.

Was–FG Forbath 38, 3:27.

NYG–Beckham Jr. 35 pass from E.Manning (J.Brown kick), 1:22.

Fourth quarter

NYG–Beckham Jr. 6 pass from E.Manning (J.Brown kick), 4:41.

A: 77,628.

Was   NYG

First downs 21   17

Total Net Yards 372   287

Rushes-yards 27-144   22-49

Passing 228   238

Punt Returns 1-1   4-19

Kickoff Returns 1-33   3-90

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 22-34-0   23-34-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 7-47   1-12

Punts 6-45.2   6-43.5

Fumbles-Lost 4-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 10-135   9-60

Time of Possession 32:31   27:29

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Washington, Morris 14-49, Griffin III 5-46, McCoy 2-24, Thompson 3-12, Jackson 1-9, Young 1-3, Redd Jr. 1-1. N.Y. Giants, A.Williams 18-44, Jennings 1-3, Hynoski 2-2, Beckham Jr. 1-0.

Passing: Washington, Griffin III 18-27-0-236, McCoy 4-7-0-39. N.Y. Giants, E.Manning 23-34-0-250.

Receiving: Washington, Garcon 4-36, Redd Jr. 3-62, Thompson 3-22, Jackson 3-15, Reed 3-13, Roberts 2-81, Moss 1-18, Paul 1-17, Paulsen 1-9, Young 1-2. N.Y. Giants, Beckham Jr. 12-143, Ogletree 3-25, Randle 2-30, Donnell 2-11, Fells 1-16, Parker 1-12, A.Williams 1-9, Washington 1-4.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Patriots 41, Dolphins 13

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England clinched the AFC East title for the sixth straight season as Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes in a big third quarter.

Leading by 14-13 at halftime, the Patriots scored on four consecutive series while piling up 24 points, the most in any third period in team history.

Miami 3 10 0 0 – 13

New England 7 7 24 3 – 41

First quarter

NE–Arrington 62 blocked field goal return (Gostkowski kick), 12:36.

Mia–FG Sturgis 24, :59.

Second quarter

NE–Vereen 3 run (Gostkowski kick), 7:59.

Mia–FG Sturgis 53, 4:26.

Mia–M.Wallace 32 pass from Tannehill (Sturgis kick), :05.

Third quarter

NE–Blount 3 run (Gostkowski kick), 11:04.

NE–FG Gostkowski 35, 4:43.

NE–Gronkowski 27 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 4:30.

NE–Edelman 6 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 1:29.

Fourth quarter

NE–FG Gostkowski 36, 6:20.

A: 68,756.

Mia   NE

First downs 23   23

Total Net Yards 384   395

Rushes-yards 23-76   29-108

Passing 308   287

Punt Returns 2-34   3-30

Kickoff Returns 1-26   3-43

Interceptions Ret. 1-0   2-70

Comp-Att-Int 29-47-2   21-35-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-38   0-0

Punts 4-39.8   3-48.0

Fumbles-Lost 3-0   1-0

Penalties-Yards 5-35   5-51

Time of Possession 33:46   26:14

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Miami, Miller 16-47, Tannehill 3-21, Dan.Thomas 2-5, Matthews 1-3, M.Wallace 1-0. New England, Gray 11-62, Brady 3-18, Blount 8-17, Edelman 1-6, Vereen 6-5.

Passing: Miami, Tannehill 29-47-2-346. New England, Brady 21-35-1-287.

Receiving: Miami, Landry 8-99, Clay 6-59, M.Wallace 5-104, Gibson 3-29, Dan.Thomas 2-20, Matthews 2-16, Williams 2-9, Miller 1-10. New England, Edelman 7-88, LaFell 6-66, Gronkowski 3-96, Blount 2-7, Vereen 1-12, Amendola 1-11, Gray 1-7.

Missed Field Goals: Miami, Sturgis 41 (BK).

Colts 17, Texans 10

INDIANAPOLIS - Andrew Luck threw two touchdown passes, and the Colts won their second straight AFC South title.

It sure wasn't easy. Luck was 18 of 34 with 187 yards and one interception on the same day Reggie Wayne passed Peyton Manning for the most games and wins in franchise history. Wayne has played in 209 games, winning 142.

Houston (7-7) lost starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with a left leg injury in the second quarter. Rookie Tom Savage, a Cardinal O'Hara graduate, replaced Fitzpatrick and was 10 of 19 for 127 yards.

Houston 7 0 0 3 – 10

Indianapolis 0 14 0 3 – 17

First quarter

Hou–K.Lewis 27 interception return (Bullock kick), 5:56.

Second quarter

Ind–Nicks 26 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 14:53.

Ind–Allen 3 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 6:21.

Fourth quarter

Hou–FG Bullock 53, 13:40.

Ind–FG Vinatieri 29, 2:11.

A: 65,148.

Hou   Ind

First downs 14   20

Total Net Yards 289   278

Rushes-yards 41-137   28-110

Passing 152   168

Punt Returns 3-6   4-13

Kickoff Returns 1-28   2-60

Interceptions Ret. 1-27   1-8

Comp-Att-Int 13-25-1   18-34-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-5   2-19

Punts 7-42.7   7-46.4

Fumbles-Lost 2-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 8-66   7-45

Time of Possession 31:05   28:55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Houston, Foster 26-99, Blue 8-26, Fitzpatrick 3-16, Savage 4-(minus 4). Indianapolis, Herron 11-60, Richardson 9-32, Luck 8-18.

Passing: Houston, Fitzpatrick 3-6-0-30, Savage 10-19-1-127. Indianapolis, Luck 18-34-1-187.

Receiving: Houston, Hopkins 5-77, Foster 3-18, D.Johnson 2-21, Griffin 2-11, Posey 1-30. Indianapolis, Hilton 4-50, Wayne 4-24, Nicks 2-44, Fleener 2-32, Allen 2-16, Herron 2-12, Richardson 2-9.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Ravens 20, Jaguars 12

BALTIMORE - The Ravens sacked rookie Blake Bortles eight times and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.

Baltimore (9-5) gained only 31 yards rushing through three quarters and scored just once with its offense on the field. But the defense was solid, and special teams helped the Ravens stay in the thick of the AFC playoff chase.

Terrell Suggs was credited with 21/2 sacks, and rookie Timmy Jernigan, starting for the suspended Haloti Ngata, had two.

Jacksonville 6 6 0 0 – 12

Baltimore 7 3 7 3 – 20

First quarter

Bal–Aiken 11 blocked punt return (Tucker kick), 11:52.

Jax–FG Scobee 53, 9:33.

Jax–FG Scobee 45, 1:18.

Second quarter

Jax–FG Scobee 53, 11:33.

Bal–FG Tucker 22, 3:45.

Jax–FG Scobee 45, :04.

Third quarter

Bal–Daniels 3 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick), 8:34.

Fourth quarter

Bal–FG Tucker 33, 1:11.

A: 70,801.

Jax   Bal

First downs 13   17

Total Net Yards 248   314

Rushes-yards 23-82   26-93

Passing 166   221

Punt Returns 2-14   3-49

Kickoff Returns 3-50   1-16

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-6

Comp-Att-Int 22-38-1   20-30-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 8-63   0-0

Punts 6-44.5   4-50.8

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   1-1

Penalties-Yards 5-60   9-70

Time of Possession 31:42   28:18

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Jacksonville, Gerhart 13-54, Johnson 6-19, Todman 3-7, Bortles 1-2. Baltimore, Forsett 16-48, Pierce 6-37, Flacco 4-8.

Passing: Jacksonville, Bortles 21-37-1-210, Anger 1-1-0-19. Baltimore, Flacco 20-30-0-221.

Receiving: Jacksonville, Shorts III 6-76, Hurns 6-70, Lee 4-14, Lewis 2-22, Gerhart 2-9, Ta'ufo'ou 1-19, Todman 1-19. Baltimore, M.Brown 5-66, Smith Sr. 5-37, Daniels 4-62, Gillmore 2-37, T.Smith 2-16, Juszczyk 1-4, Forsett 1-(minus 1).

Missed Field Goals: Jacksonville, Scobee 42 (WR). Baltimore, Tucker 54 (SH), 54 (WL).

Panthers 19, Buccaneers 17

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Derek Anderson threw for 277 yards and a touchdown, Graham Gano kicked four field goals, and the Panthers improved their chances in the NFC South playoff race.

The win, coupled with Atlanta's loss to Pittsburgh, left the Panthers a half-game behind New Orleans in the division. Carolina (5-8-1) can move into first place if the Saints lose to Chicago on Monday night.

Anderson was 25 of 40 and improved to 2-0 as a starter in place of Cam Newton.

Tampa Bay 7 3 0 7 – 17

Carolina 6 3 7 3 – 19

First quarter

Car–FG Gano 29, 8:19.

TB–Evans 8 pass from McCown (Murray kick), 5:54.

Car–FG Gano 49, 1:14.

Second quarter

Car–FG Gano 38, 1:10.

TB–FG Murray 48, :02.

Third quarter

Car–Cotchery 2 pass from Anderson (Gano kick), 13:53.

Fourth quarter

Car–FG Gano 45, 8:31.

TB–McCown 16 run (Murray kick), 3:11.

A: 72,842.

TB   Car

First downs 15   28

Total Net Yards 287   390

Rushes-yards 23-151   32-121

Passing 136   269

Punt Returns 0-0   2-18

Kickoff Returns 1-25   4-61

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-0

Comp-Att-Int 13-28-1   25-40-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-18   3-8

Punts 5-38.8   3-33.0

Fumbles-Lost 4-2   4-1

Penalties-Yards 4-29   4-25

Time of Possession 22:29   37:31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Tampa Bay, Martin 14-96, Sims 7-34, McCown 2-21. Carolina, Stewart 22-73, Brown 1-17, Anderson 5-14, Whittaker 2-13, Tolbert 2-4.

Passing: Tampa Bay, McCown 13-28-1-154. Carolina, Anderson 25-40-0-277.

Receiving: Tampa Bay, Jackson 6-70, Sims 3-45, Evans 2-13, Shepard 1-23, Martin 1-3. Carolina, Olsen 10-110, Benjamin 8-104, Cotchery 5-47, Brown 1-10, Stewart 1-6.

Missed Field Goals: Carolina, Gano 50 (WL).

Broncos 22, Chargers 10

SAN DIEGO - Peyton Manning played through a thigh injury and flulike symptoms, and Connor Barth kicked five field goals to lead Denver to a fourth straight AFC West title.

Manning came out of the game late in the second quarter. He apparently hurt his thigh while blocking linebacker Donald Butler on a run by C.J. Anderson. He returned for the start of the third quarter.

Denver's 12th straight division road win tied San Francisco's NFL record set from 1987 to '90.

Denver 3 6 7 6 – 22

San Diego 0 3 0 7 – 10

First quarter

Den–FG Barth 19, 6:55.

Second quarter

Den–FG Barth 26, 14:21.

Den–FG Barth 19, 1:50.

SD–FG Novak 30, :10.

Third quarter

Den–D.Thomas 28 pass from Manning (Barth kick), :31.

Fourth quarter

SD–Gates 5 pass from Rivers (Novak kick), 10:13.

Den–FG Barth 49, 4:53.

Den–FG Barth 44, 3:56.

A: 68,682.

Den   SD

First downs 18   20

Total Net Yards 337   288

Rushes-yards 39-111   20-56

Passing 226   232

Punt Returns 3-27   2-61

Kickoff Returns 3-65   2-47

Interceptions Ret. 2-23   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 14-22-0   24-41-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7   0-0

Punts 3-40.3   4-49.8

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-71   8-65

Time of Possession 32:44   27:16

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Denver, Anderson 29-85, Stewart 2-16, Thompson 4-14, Osweiler 1-(minus 1), Manning 3-(minus 3). San Diego, Oliver 12-26, D.Brown 5-18, R.Brown 2-9, Rivers 1-3.

Passing: Denver, Manning 14-20-0-233, Osweiler 0-2-0-0. San Diego, Rivers 24-41-2-232.

Receiving: Denver, D.Thomas 6-123, Sanders 3-53, Welker 2-16, Anderson 2-11, J.Thomas 1-30. San Diego, Gates 6-54, Oliver 4-44, D.Brown 4-38, Floyd 3-34, Royal 3-27, Allen 3-18, Ajirotutu 1-17.

Missed Field Goals: San Diego, Novak 46 (BK), 37 (WL).

Jets 16, Titans 11

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Chris Ivory scored on a 1-yard touchdown run with 3:09 left in a game marked by a brawl between teams playing only for pride, with the loser hoping for better draft position.

The Jets (3-11) got their first road win this season in the first NFL game to end with a 16-11 score. They also snapped a three-game skid.

The Titans have lost eight straight and 11 of 12 in their worst skid since 1994, when home was in Houston.

N.Y. Jets 0 3 7 6 – 16

Tennessee 3 2 6 0 – 11

First quarter

Ten–FG Succop 40, 3:16.

Second quarter

Ten–Team safety, 12:09.

NYJ–FG Folk 51, 2:08.

Third quarter

Ten–FG Succop 33, 6:03.

NYJ–Conner 9 pass from Smith (Folk kick), 4:34.

Ten–FG Succop 51, 2:02.

Fourth quarter

NYJ–Ivory 1 run (pass failed), 3:09.

A: 69,143.

NYJ   Ten

First downs 17   17

Total Net Yards 277   342

Rushes-yards 29-114   28-89

Passing 163   253

Punt Returns 3-23   4-26

Kickoff Returns 3-77   5-116

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 16-28-0   16-35-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-16   1-7

Punts 7-50.3   6-49.2

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 7-46   9-76

Time of Possession 30:03   29:57

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: N.Y. Jets, C.Johnson 10-55, Ivory 12-25, Smith 4-16, Harvin 1-10, B.Powell 1-8, Conner 1-0. Tennessee, Greene 16-50, McCluster 5-15, Whitehurst 2-9, Sankey 3-8, Locker 2-7.

Passing: N.Y. Jets, Smith 16-28-0-179. Tennessee, Locker 6-11-0-57, Whitehurst 10-24-0-203.

Receiving: N.Y. Jets, Decker 7-100, Cumberland 2-22, B.Powell 2-10, Amaro 1-20, Conner 1-9, Graham 1-9, Owusu 1-8, Ivory 1-1. Tennessee, N.Washington 6-102, Walker 4-93, McCluster 2-8, Sankey 1-18, Durham 1-14, Greene 1-13, L.Washington 1-2, Whitehurst 0-10.

Missed Field Goals: N.Y. Jets, Folk 53 (SH).

Lions 16, Vikings 14

DETROIT - Matt Prater's 33-yard field goal with 3:38 remaining lifted Detroit into a tie for first place in the NFC North.

The Lions are even atop the division with Green Bay, but they didn't have an easy time, spotting the Vikings (6-8) a 14-0 lead before a pair of second-quarter interceptions helped the Lions start their rally.

Even at the end, Detroit had to sweat out a 68-yard field-goal attempt by Minnesota's Blair Walsh on the game's final play. The kick was short.

Minnesota 7 7 0 0 – 14

Detroit 0 10 3 3 – 16

First quarter

Min–Asiata 2 run (Walsh kick), :16.

Second quarter

Min–Jennings 8 pass from Bridgewater (Walsh kick), 10:05.

Det–Tate 7 pass from Stafford (Prater kick), 3:42.

Det–FG Prater 29, :00.

Third quarter

Det–FG Prater 30, 3:45.

Fourth quarter

Det–FG Prater 33, 3:38.

A: 62,490.

Min   Det

First downs 21   11

Total Net Yards 360   233

Rushes-yards 21-76   22-80

Passing 284   153

Punt Returns 2-37   2-14

Kickoff Returns 2-74   0-0

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   2-58

Comp-Att-Int 31-41-2   17-28-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-31   0-0

Punts 2-50.5   6-44.3

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 3-25   5-35

Time of Possession 34:43   25:17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Minnesota, Asiata 11-36, Bridgewater 3-30, Tate 5-8, Banyard 2-2. Detroit, Bell 15-62, Bush 3-7, Tate 2-5, Riddick 1-4, Stafford 1-2.

Passing: Minnesota, Bridgewater 31-41-2-315. Detroit, Stafford 17-28-0-153.

Receiving: Minnesota, Rudolph 7-69, Asiata 7-50, Charle.Johnson 5-72, Wright 4-49, Jennings 3-43, Patterson 2-16, Ellison 2-9, Ford 1-7. Detroit, Tate 7-38, C.Johnson 4-53, Bell 4-41, Ebron 1-11, Bush 1-10.

Missed Field Goals: Minnesota, Walsh 53 (WR), 26 (BK), 68 (SH).