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SCOREBOARDMonday, Dec. 19Carolina at Washington, 8:30 p.m. EST. The game marks the first time Washington cornerback Josh Norman will face Carolina since being cut loose from the $13.9 million franchise tag the Panthers (5-8) placed on him in April. He signed for $75 million over five years with the Redskins (7-5-1) days later. Washingtons Kirk Cousins needs 122 yards to break his own single-season franchise record of 4,166 yards passing set last year.---STARSPassing- Drew Brees, Saints, was 37 of 48 for 389 yards and four touchdowns, leading New Orleans past Arizona 48-41 on Sunday in the highest-scoring game in the NFL this season.- Andrew Luck, Colts, threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns and Indianapolis rolled to a 34-6 victory over Minnesota on Sunday.- Matt Ryan, Falcons, completed 17 of 23 passes for 286 yards, including a pair of 9-yard scoring tosses to Taylor Gabriel and Austin Hooper on Sunday in Atlantas 41-13 rout of San Francisco.- Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, passed for 286 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown in Pittsburghs 24-20 win at Cincinnati on Sunday.- Matt Moore, Dolphins, threw a career-high four touchdown passes in his first start since Jan. 1, 2012, leading Miami to a 34-13 rout of the New York Jets on Saturday night.- Tom Savage, Texans, threw for 260 yards after Brock Osweiler was benched in the second quarter, and Houston rallied for a 21-20 win over Jacksonville on Sunday.- Dak Prescott, Cowboys, went 32 of 36 for 279 yards in Dallas 26-20 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday night, a week after completing less than 50 percent of his passes in a 10-7 loss to the New York Giants.---Rushing- Devonta Freeman, Falcons, rushed for 139 yards and three touchdowns Sunday, leading Atlanta to a 41-13 rout of San Francisco.- Ty Montgomery, Packers, ran for a career-high 162 yards and two touchdowns as the wide receiver-turned-running back helped Green Bay to a 30-27 win at Chicago on Sunday.- Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys, rushed for a career-high 159 yards and celebrated a 2-yard touchdown run by jumping into an oversized Salvation Army red kettle in Dallas 26-20 victory over Tampa Bay on Sunday night.- LeSean McCoy, Bills, had a season-best 153 yards rushing and scored twice, and the Buffalo Bills kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 33-13 win Sunday.- Ryan Mathews, Eagles, ran for 128 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries against the NFLs top-ranked run defense in Philadelphias 27-26 loss at Baltimore on Sunday.- Frank Gore and Robert Turbin, Colts. Gore rushed for 101 yards and Turbin had two TD runs in Indianapolis 34-6 win at Minnesota on Sunday.- Derrick Henry, Titans, ran for two touchdowns in Tennessees 19-17 win at Kansas City on Sunday.---Receiving- Brandin Cooks, Saints, had seven receptions for a career-best 186 yards, including touchdown plays of 65 and 45 yards, in New Orleans 48-41 win at Arizona on Sunday.- Aldrick Robinson, Falcons, stepping up with Julio Jones missing his second straight game with a toe injury, had a career-best 111 yards on four receptions Sunday in Atlantas 41-13 win over San Francisco.- Jordy Nelson, Packers, caught seven passes for 124 yards, including a 60-yarder that set up the winning field goal in Green Bays 30-27 win at Chicago.- Cameron Meredith, Bears, had nine receptions for 104 yards in Chicagos 30-27 loss to Green Bay on Sunday.- Golden Tate, Lions, caught eight passes for 122 yards in Detroits 17-6 to the New York Giants on Sunday.---Special Teams- Chris Boswell, Steelers, tied the club record with six field goals, helping Pittsburgh to a 24-20 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday.- Mason Crosby, Packers, booted a 32-yard field goal as time expired, leading Green Bay to a 30-27 win at Chicago on Sunday.- Ryan Succop, Titans, kicked a 53-yard field goal into the wind as time elapsed to give Tennessee a 19-17 victory over Kansas City on Sunday.- Walt Aikens, Dolphins, blocked a punt and returned it 11 yards for a touchdown in Miamis 34-13 win over the New York Jets on Saturday night.- Marqise Lee, Jaguars, returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score in Jacksonvilles 21-20 loss at Houston on Sunday.- Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders, kicked a 44-yard field goal with 2:40 left, his fourth of the game, and Oakland beat San Diego 19-16 to clinch a playoff berth for the first time since 2002.---Defense- Calais Campbell, Cardinals, had two sacks and returned a fumble 53 yards for a touchdown in Arizonas 48-41 loss to New Orleans on Sunday.- Cameron Wake, Dolphins, had a strip-sack and also got his first career interception to help Miami to a 34-13 win over the New York Jets on Saturday night.- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Packers, had two interceptions in Green Bays 30-27 win at Chicago on Sunday.- Kwon Alexander, Buccaneers, had 21 total tackles in Tampa Bays 26-20 loss at Dallas on Sunday night.- Johnathan Cyprien, Jaguars, had 17 total tackles -- 13 solo -- in Jacksonvilles 21-20 loss at Houston on Sunday.---STREAKS & STATSHoustons 21-20 victory over Jacksonville on Sunday was its 10th straight in the division and left the Texans (8-6) tied with Tennessee for the AFC South lead. But Houston controls its playoff future with a 5-0 mark in the division. ... Miami clinched its first winning season since 2008, also the last year the Dolphins (9-5) made the playoffs, with a 34-13 win over the New York Jets on Saturday night. ... With a 30-27 win at Chicago on Sunday, Green Bay tied the NFLs oldest rivalry for the first time since 1933 at 94-94-6. ... Atlanta set a franchise record for points in a season, pushing its total to 469. That eclipsed the mark of 442 set by the 1998 Super Bowl team, with two weeks still to go in the regular season. Atlanta has scored more than 40 points in five games, and at least 30 four other times.---MILESTONESThe Giants Odell Beckham Jr. is the third player in NFL history to begin his career with three straight seasons of 1,000 or more yards receiving and 10 or more TD catches, joining Randy Moss (1998-2000) and John Jefferson (1978-80). Hes also the first player with at least 80 catches and 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first three seasons. ... Kansas Citys Tyreek Hill joined Gale Sayers as the only rookies in NFL history with two or more rushing TDs, two or more TD catches, a punt return for a score and a kickoff return for a TD in a season. ... Baltimores Justin Tucker kicked a 53-yard field goal in a 27-26 victory over Philadelphia, giving him 10 this season of at least 50 yards, tying the NFL record set by Blair Walsh in 2012. ... Frank Gore had 115 yards from scrimmage in Indianapolis 34-6 win at Minnesota to give him 16,332 for his career, surpassing Tony Dorsett for 10th on the NFLs career list. He also passed John Riggins for 12th on the leagues career carries list. ... Buffalo set a franchise record of scoring 27 TDs rushing this season. Thats one more than the mark set in 1975. ... Pittsburghs Antonio Brown set an NFL record for most catches by a player in their first 200 regular-season games with 622. His 471 catches since 2013 surpass Marvin Harrison for the most by a player in any four-year span. ... New Englands LeGarrette Blount set a single-season franchise record with his 15th rushing touchdown. ... Dallas tight end Jason Witten passed former teammate Terrell Owens for seventh place on the career receptions list, getting his 1,079th on a 6-yarder in the second quarter of the Cowboys 26-20 win over Tampa Bay. The 34-year-old Witten, in his 14th season, had eight catches in the first half and 10 for the game, giving him 1,086.---PLAYOFF POSITIONINGNew England defeated Denver 16-3 on Sunday to clinch the AFC East and earn a first-round bye. It marked the eighth consecutive division title for the Patriots, the longest streak in NFL history, breaking a tie with the 1973-79 Los Angeles Rams (seven). New England is the only team in NFL history to win 13 division titles in a 14-year span. ... Oakland defeated San Diego 19-16 to secure a playoff berth for the first time in 14 years.---BUMBLING BROWNSCleveland dropped to 0-14 with a 33-13 loss to Buffalo on Sunday, matching the second-worst start to a season set by the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and 1980 New Orleans Saints. The 2008 Detroit Lions , meanwhile, are the NFLs only team to go without a win in a 16-game season. Cleveland has also lost 17 straight dating to last year, moving into a tie with the St. Louis Rams (2008-09) and Houston Oilers (1982-83) for the leagues sixth-longest skid. The Browns have now gone a calendar year since their last win, a 24-10 victory over San Francisco on Dec. 13, 2015.---HOP ON THE BUS, GUSThe Jacksonville Jaguars fired Gus Bradley on Sunday, ending one of the least successful coaching tenures in NFL history. Owner Shad Khan announced the decision following a 21-20 loss at Houston, in which the Jaguars (2-12) blew a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter. Khan considered the move in late October, following a debacle at Tennessee on national television, but opted to keep Bradley for seven more weeks. Bradley went 14-48 in four seasons in Jacksonville, the worst winning percentage (.225) of any NFL coach with at least 60 games.---WHEW!The Baltimore Ravens survived a desperate comeback bid by the Philadelphia Eagles, escaping with a 27-26 victory Sunday after stopping a 2-point conversion with 4 seconds left. Baltimore had a 27-17 lead and a first down at the Philadelphia 11 when Joe Flacco threw an interception to give the Eagles another chance. Rookie Carson Wentz directed a drive that produced a field goal with 2:22 remaining. The Eagles got the ball back at their 41 with 1:39 to go. A 24-yard completion to tight end Zach Ertz and a pass interference call against rookie Tavon Young set up a 4-yard touchdown run by Wentz that got Philadelphia within a point. First-year coach Doug Pederson went for the victory, declining the conversion kick for a 2-point try. I wanted to win the football game, Pederson said. Wentz threw over the middle to tight Jordan Matthews, who couldnt get his hands on a tipped ball.---A VERY UN-BRADY SUNDAYTom Brady overcame a slow start to lead the New England Patriots to a rare win in Denver on Sunday, a 16-3. Brady missed his first six passes for just the second time his career -- the first was way back on Oct. 12, 2003, against the Giants -- but he came back to lead the Patriots (12-2) to a record eighth consecutive division title and a first-round bye. Brady completed just half of his 32 passes for 188 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 68.2.---WELCOME BACKAdrian Peterson had 22 yards on six carries and lost a fumble in his first game back from a knee injury for Minnesota, which lost 34-6 to Indianapolis. The Vikings running back missed the previous 11 games while recovering from a torn meniscus in his right knee, but was able to return to the field one week sooner than he expected. His fumble in Colts territory in the second quarter came after his only decent run of the day, a 13-yard burst. ... Chicagos Alshon Jeffery came on strong near the end of the Bears 30-27 loss to Green Bay to finish with 89 yards on six catches in his return from a four-game suspension for violating the NFLs policy against performance enhancers.---BRRR!It was 1 degree at kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium for the Chiefs 19-17 loss to Tennessee, with a wind chill of minus-19, making it the coldest game in Kansas City since the franchise began keeping records in 1994. The record for coldest game at Arrowhead Stadium had been 9 degrees before Sunday. It was so cold that the fuses in the west scoreboard froze, blanking out a large section of it for much of the game. ... In Chicago, the game-time temperature for the Bears 30-27 loss to Green Bay was 11 degrees with a minus-4 wind chill. Chicago hosted Green Bay in 3-degree temperatures and a minus-15 wind chill -- the lowest ever for a Bears home game -- on Dec. 18, 1983. The Bears coldest home game, temperature-wise, was against Green Bay on Dec. 22, 2008, when it was 2 degrees with a minus-13 wind chill.---DO-IT ALL DAVIDArizonas David Johnson rushed for 53 yards and caught four passes for 55 yards in the Cardinals 48-41 loss to New Orleans on Sunday, becoming the first player in NFL history to have at least 100 yards from scrimmage in the first 14 games of a season. Johnson rushed for two touchdowns, giving him 17 TDs this season and 30 in the first 30 games as a pro.---SIDELINEDNew York Janoris Jenkins injured his back in Sundays game against Detroit in a blow to a standout season for the Giants cornerback. Jenkins was on the ground for several minutes after he was injured early in the second quarter. ... Also Sunday, Lions corner Darius Slay left with a hamstring injury. ... Broncos tight end Virgil Green left with a concussion in the first quarter against the Patriots. And the Broncos announced early in the second half that defensive end Derek Wolfe was out with a neck injury. That left Denver with just four D-linemen to defend New Englands run game. ... San Francisco lost wide receiver Quinton Patton and linebacker Nick Bellore to injuries in the first half against Atlanta, while Falcons linebacker DeVondre Campbell was knocked out with a concussion. ... Tennessee lost cornerback Jason McCourty to a chest injury midway through the first quarter of their game in Kansas City. Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters left with what appeared to be a groin injury midway through the third quarter.---SPEAKINGThis is my career. This is my reputation and Im not going to back down from a challenge. This wasnt my dream by any stretch of the imagination. But Im not running from this. -- Cleveland coach Hue Jackson after the Browns fell to 0-14 with a 33-13 loss at Buffalo on Sunday.---All-time worst call ever. I take responsibility for it. 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Glamorgan 286 and 296 (Wallace 78, Rudolph 56, Bragg 54) beat Essex 319 (ten Doeschate 117, Foster 64, Wheater 59, Meschede 5-84) and 252 ( Chopra 79, Hogan 5-45, Van der Gugten 4-56 ) by 11 runs ScorecardEssexs players set off for a night on the town to celebrate their Division Two title success after suffering only their third Specsavers County Championship defeat of the summer.Promotion to Division One having been sealed on Tuesday when they garnered the five bonus points required to put them in an unassailable position, they found Michael Hogan in party-pooping mood with five wickets for 45 to leave Essex 11 runs short of victory.It was the Australians second five-wicket haul in successive games, taking him to 44 Championship wickets for the season. He was well supported by the parsimonious Timm van der Gugten, who claimed four for 56 from 29.5 overs, and ended Essexs obdurate last-wicket partnership with 19 balls to spare.At one point, Varun Chopra looked as if he might carry Essex to a seventh win on his own when he rattled up 79 out of the 138 scored while he was at the crease. His seventh Championship score in excess of fifty this season - the other six were for Warwickshire - came from 128 balls with 10 fours. But with wickets falling all around him, and no one sticking around long after he had gone, Essex were always ahead of the rate but without enough men to see them over the line.Essex had been set 264 to win in a minimum of 91 overs, and the openers put on 92 fairly comfortably in 26 overs before three quick wickets fell. Nick Browne departed to the last ball before lunch, caught in the slips by Will Bragg off van der Gugten for 30. When he reached 20, flicking Morgan off his legs, he became the third Essex batsman to 1,000 Championship runs for the season.Tom Westley, who had passed the milestone in the previous game against Worcestershire, lasted just three balls after lunch before he fell lbw to Michael Hogan without score. And Essex lost another wicket in the immediate post-lunch period when Ravi Bopara was pinned in his crease by one from van der Gugten that kept low.At the other end, Chopra was compiling his highest score since his return to his first county. He despatched a full-toss from Kiran Carlson for his eighth four to reach fifty froom 73 balls.dddddddddddd He was particularly strong through the offside.But he was fourth out just after an involuntary edge by Dan Lawrence had taken Essex past the halfway point with 43 overs gone. Chopra was beaten by an inswinger from Hogan, who then accounted for Lawrence five overs later to another that swung in and took middle and leg.Essex were less fluent in an afternoon session of 38 overs in which they added just 62 runs. But ten Doeschate joined Adam Wheater just before tea and together they put on 40 in 12 overs before the captain became Hogans fourth victim, caught behind by Mark Wallace for 23.Wheater played second fiddle in the partnership, and it was not until the 58th ball he faced that he registered a boundary, stroking van der Gugten through the covers. But he then scooped a return into Hogans hands to leave Essex 64 runs away from victory with three wickets left.Glamorgan gave Graham Napier a guard of honour as he came out with runner Lawrence to begin his last innings after a 20-year career with Essex. He contributed 12 in an eighth-wicket stand of 23 with James Foster before he went lbw to van der Gugten. Foster then chased a wide one from Meschede to toe-end it to the wicketkeeper.David Masters received a similar welcome to Napier after confirming his retirement at the end of the season to the crowd at lunch-time. They were equally generous to the last pair when they dropped fairly routine catches in successive balls - Masters at short extra cover by Jacques Rudolph and Jamie Porter in the slips by Aneurin Donald. Van der Gugten took his fourth wicket when he yorked Porter to end a 23-run stand for the last wicket.Essex needed just 14 deliveries with the new-ball in the morning to take the remaining Glamorgan wicket. Not that they required any assistance from their opening bowlers, Masters and Bopara - Wallace decided to chance a second run to Lawrence on the backward square boundary and was run out by a long way.Wallace had added three runs to his overnight score to finish on 78. 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