Week 13 of the NFL season continues Sunday with a stacked 11-game slate, and we’ve got you covered with all the biggest plays, best catches and jaw-dropping drives from around the league.
Here are the top moments!
Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers
Packers take the lead
Green Bay got things going in a hurry, as Jordan Love & Co. went 75 yards in 13 plays to take a 7-0 lead. Ben Sims found the end zone for the first time to cap the drive.
Keep the legs churning
Isiah Pacheco is one of the hardest runners in the league, but his vision is incredibly underrated. He showed why on this spurt, putting the Chiefs in position for a field goal to inch closer on the scoreboard.
Love was scorching hot to start, completing his first eight passes and finding Christian Watson in the back of the end zone to push G.B. ahead 14-3.
San Francisco 49ers 42, Philadelphia Eagles 19
Big pass play
On Philadelphia’s second possession, QB Jalen Hurts hit WR A.J. Brown, who took off for a 38-yard gain. The Eagles finished off the drive with a field goal.
There goes George
49ers QB Brock Purdy found a wide-open George Kittle, and the tight end proceeded to pick up 32 yards.
Shortly after the big pickup by Kittle, Purdy hit WR Brandon Aiyuk for a 2-yard touchdown. The 49ers led 7-6.
Another long TD drive
After putting together an 11-play touchdown drive, San Francisco strung together a 10-play touchdown drive, ending with Christian McCaffrey running in a 2-yard score. The 49ers led 14-6 at halftime.
Deebo around the horn
The 49ers picked up right where they left off to open the second half. On the seventh play of the drive, WR Deebo Samuel took the handoff 12 yards into the end zone.
Dre Greenlaw EJECTED
The San Francisco linebacker was ejected after a confrontation with a member of Philadelphia’s staff.
Hurts sneaks in
Hurts powered his way into the end zone, getting the Eagles to within one score.
Samuel appeared to have a reception short of the line to gain, but then he shed a tackle and thundered down the field for a 48-yard touchdown.
Jalen Hurts to locker room
Philadelphia’s quarterback jogged off to the locker room shortly after taking a hit and was being evaluated for a concussion. Marcus Mariota briefly came in at quarterback before Hurts returned.
Get off me!
WR Jauan Jennings picked up a first down, but then he ripped his defender to the ground and ran into the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown.
Head for the exits
The Eagles scored a touchdown but failed the two-point attempt on the ensuing possession. San Francisco then recovered Philadelphia’s onside kick attempt. Two plays later, Samuel ran through Philadelphia’s defense for a 46-yard receiving touchdown.
Los Angeles Rams 36, Cleveland Browns 19
In his first start under center for the Browns, QB Joe Flacco found a wide-open Jerome Ford for a 24-yard touchdown to open the game.
Rams QB Matthew Stafford hit WR Puka Nacua, who then ran through the Browns defense for a 70-yard touchdown.
Matthew Stafford links with Puka Nacua for a 70-yard TD to give Rams a lead against Browns
Nacua (shoulder) and Browns WR Amari Cooper (head) each suffered injuries in the second quarter. Nacua later returned to the game, but Cooper didn’t.
Stafford hit WR Demarcus Robinson for a 7-yard touchdown near the pylon, giving the Rams a 20-13 lead late in the third quarter.
Cleveland put together a 13-play touchdown drive that ended with Flacco hitting TE Harrison Bryant for an 8-yard touchdown … but it then missed the extra point and trailed 20-19.
Rams take control
Shortly after the Rams intercepted Flacco, Stafford hit WR Cooper Kupp for a 3-yard touchdown, as shown below. Then Rams RB Kyren Williams ran in a goal-line touchdown shortly after the Browns turned it over on downs, and they later got a safety.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21, Carolina Panthers 18
What’s the Baker making?
Tampa Bay and Carolina each punted to begin the game, but the former scored a touchdown on its second drive when RB Rachaad White smacked in a goal-line score. Three plays before the score, QB Baker Mayfield connected with WR Mike Evans for a 40-yard gain.
Two plays after QB Bryce Young hit WR Jonathan Mingo for a 31-yard gain, Chubba Hubbard ran in a goal-line score, giving the Panthers a 10-7 lead.
On the very next play from scrimmage, Mayfield hit Evans, and it was off to the races for the star receiver, as he went 75 yards for the touchdown.
Brian Burns EJECTED
The Carolina linebacker was ejected in the third quarter for appearing to throw a punch.
Godwin on the ground
Tampa Bay handed the ball off to WR Chris Godwin, and he went 19 yards for a touchdown.
Arizona Cardinals 24, Pittsburgh Steelers 10
Kenny Pickett hurt
Pittsburgh’s quarterback left the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury and was later ruled out. Mitchell Trubisky came in at quarterback.
Flying in the rain
QB Kyler Murray hit TE Trey McBride for a 5-yard touchdown shortly before halftime, giving the Cardinals a 10-3 lead.
Seven plays after the Cardinals recovered a fumble, James Conner ran in a 1-yard touchdown, giving them a 17-3 lead midway through the third quarter.
The second half didn’t start for roughly 50 minutes due to inclement weather. Then there was another delay in the action due to weather with 7:18 remaining in the third quarter. The game resumed at 4:30 p.m. ET
Conner being Conner
Conner ran in his second touchdown against his old team midway through the fourth quarter. Arizona led 24-3.
Indianapolis Colts 31, Tennessee Titans 28 (OT)
Here comes Derrick …
On the fourth play of the game, Titans running back Derrick Henry thundered through the Colts defense for a 22-yard touchdown.
On the third play of the ensuing possession, Colts QB Gardner Minshew hit wide receiver Alec Pierce in the back of the end zone for a 36-yard touchdown.
Titans QB Will Levis leaped for a first down in dramatic fashion.
Doing his thing
Henry ran in his second touchdown early in the second quarter for the Titans.
Nick Cross blocked Tennessee’s punt and Grant Stuard picked the ball up and ran it back for an Indianapolis touchdown. That said, Titans defensive back Amani Hooker intercepted Minshew on a two-point attempt and ran it back for two points.
Levis hit WR DeAndre Hopkins for a 3-yard touchdown … but the Titans MISSED the extra point. The game was tied at 25 apiece and went to overtime.
The Titans opened overtime with a field goal, but then the Colts broke their hearts. Minshew hooked up with Pierce for a 55-yard completion, getting Indianapolis to the Tennessee 4-yard line. Two plays later, Minshew hit WR Michael Pittman Jr. in the back of the end zone for a walk-off touchdown.
Miami Dolphins 45, Washington Commanders 15
Off he goes!
Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill got separation and Tua Tagovailoa hit him in stride for a 78-yard touchdown.
Tua Tagovailoa hits Tyreek Hill for a 78-yard touchdown to give Dolphins an early lead against Commanders
Sam Howell’s pass went directly to Dolphins linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel, who ran the interception back 32 yards for a touchdown.
You won’t believe who caught it …
Howell snuck in a goal-line score for Washington, but Miami immediately answered, as Tagovailoa hooked up with Hill for a 60-yard touchdown. Raheem Mostert then ran in a goal-line touchdown on the Dolphins’ next drive, giving them a 31-7 lead.
Tua Tagovailoa finds Tyreek Hill on a 60-yard touchdown strike to increase Dolphins’ lead over Commanders
Running around and in
Howell scrambled his way into the end zone for a 13-yard score, and Washington converted a two-point attempt. That said, it still trailed 38-15.
Welcome back, De’Von!
De’Von Achane ran in a pair of short-yardage touchdowns for the Dolphins in the second half in what was his first game with more than one carry since Oct. 8.
Atlanta Falcons 13, New York Jets 8
Put up the triangle!
Late in the first quarter, the Jets tackled Falcons RB Bijan Robinson in the end zone for a safety.
Falcons take advantage
Six plays after recovering a Jets fumble, the Falcons took the lead when QB Desmond Ridder hit tight end MyCole Pruitt in the back of the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown.
Jets QB change
Early in the fourth quarter, the Jets brought Trevor Siemian in at quarterback for Tim Boyle. The change didn’t spark a rally, though.
Detroit Lions 33, New Orleans Saints 28
Rippin’ it up
Lions running back Jahmyr Gibbs ripped through the Saints defense for a 36-yard gain, putting the ball on the 2-yard line. On the very next play, David Montgomery ran in a score for Detroit.
Lions defensive back Brian Branch intercepted Derek Carr on the Saints’ first play from scrimmage, as shown below. Three plays after the pick, Jared Goff hit TE Sam LaPorta for a 13-yard Lions touchdown.
Three plays after forcing New Orleans to punt, Detroit stretched its lead to three scores when Goff hit WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, who ran through the defense for a 25-yard touchdown.
The Saints got on the board in the second quarter when Carr hit TE Jimmy Graham for a 6-yard touchdown.
What a grab!
WR Chris Olave reeled in a tremendous, 33-yard catch near the goal line for the Saints, as shown below. One play later, Alvin Kamara ran in a 2-yard touchdown.
Back in it
Taysom Hill smashed in a goal-line score for the Saints on their next possession. They trailed 24-21.
Two plays after the Lions recovered a fumble, WR Jameson Williams got the call on the run and took off for a 19-yard touchdown. That said, the Lions failed a two-point attempt.
Early in the fourth quarter, Carr left the game with an injury. Jameis Winston entered the game at quarterback. New Orleans later scored a touchdown, but it was unable to even up the score.
Los Angeles Chargers 6, New England Patriots 0
Chargers linebacker Khalil Mack came up with his second sack of the game late in the third quarter in what was a defensive battle in the rain. Los Angeles led 6-0 at the end of the third quarter, and that would be the final score.
Houston Texans 22, Denver Broncos 17
RB Dameon Pierce smacked in a 3-yard touchdown on the ground, giving the Texans a 10-0 lead.
Tank Dell injured
The Houston wide receiver was carted off with an ankle injury suffered on the aforementioned touchdown run by Pierce. He was later ruled out.
Broncos QB Russell Wilson threw up a deep ball for WR Courtland Sutton, who hauled in a 45-yard touchdown reception with two defenders in the area. They trailed 16-10.
Texans QB C.J. Stroud hit WR Nico Collins for a 3-yard touchdown, getting them back up two scores. That said, they failed a two-point attempt and led 22-10.
Down 22-17, Denver got into the red zone in the closing moments, but Houston safety Jimmie Ward picked off Wilson in the end zone. The Texans took a knee to end the game.
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