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NFL Week 14 two-minute drill

A quick-hitting, game-by-game look around the league.

December 11, 2011|By Austin Knoblauch
  • Saints quarterback Drew Brees gets a pass away as he's pressured by Titans defensive tackle Karl Klug in the second quarter Sunday.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees gets a pass away as he's pressured by… (Frederick Breedon / Associated…)

Baltimore 24, Indianapolis 10: Terrell Suggs earns some new fans among Hoosiers in the lose-for-Luck movement.

Atlanta 31, Carolina 23: Matt Ryan shows how easy it can be to mount a comeback.

Houston 20, Cincinnati 19: It's only after you buy an AFC South championship T-shirt that you realize your team has no history.

Detroit 34, Minnesota 28: We can only ponder what the Lions' playoff hopes might have looked like if Joe Webb hadn't fumbled the game away.

Jacksonville 41, Tampa Bay 14: After the Bucs' seven-turnover performance, another coach could be joining Jack Del Rio in the unemployment line soon.

Philadelphia 26, Miami 10: It'll still take a miracle for the Eagles to make the playoffs — and a win over the Dolphins doesn't count.

N.Y. Jets 37, Kansas City 10: A first-play timeout aside, Mark Sanchez put on an impressive performance against the Chiefs.

New Orleans 22, Tennessee 17: Drew Brees sloshes through a bog of his teammates' mistakes to lead the Saints to their fifth consecutive win.

New England 34, Washington 27: Brady-Gronkowski sounds more like an ill-fated bill being introduced on the House floor rather than one of the NFL's most-lethal scoring tandems.

Arizona 21, San Francisco 19: Backup quarterback John Skelton doesn't clown around in stunning comeback win over 49ers.

Denver 13, Chicago 10: The Broncos' thin-air advantage could be enough for them to kick their way into the Super Bowl.

Green Bay 46, Oakland 16: Wearing black face paint, spiked shoulder pads and nose rings does nothing for the 1972 Miami Dolphins at their viewing party.

San Diego 37, Buffalo 10: In a microcosm of their season, Philip Rivers and the Chargers start out fast before fading out.

N.Y. Giants 37, Dallas 34: Tony Romo probably would trade in his new 20,000-yard club membership for another last-second field-goal attempt.

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