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NFL Week 15 two-minute drill

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

December 18, 2011|By Athan Atsales
  • St. Louis Coach Steve Spagnuolo jogs off the field following the Rams' 20-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
St. Louis Coach Steve Spagnuolo jogs off the field following the Rams'… (Seth Perlman / Associated…)

Cincinnati 20, at St. Louis 13: Next to go? Rams Coach Steve Spagnuolo is 10-36 with two games left in his third season.

New Orleans 42, at Minnesota 20: With Vikings' big help, Drew Brees became first to top 350 yards passing yards seven times in a season.

at Kansas City 19, Green Bay 14: It aged more than anticipated, but the yearly champagne finally flowed for the perfect 1972 Dolphins.

Seattle 38, at Chicago 14: Yup, Bears fans, no one would admit it but the season did end when quarterback Jay Cutler was sidelined.

at Indianapolis 27, Tennessee 13: First Colts win without Peyton Manning under center since 1997. Question is, When will the next one come?

Washington 23, at N.Y. Giants 10: If Giants don't make playoffs, embarrassing 2010-11 epitaph will read: Lost twice to Rex Grossman.

Carolina 28, at Houston 13: After experiencing first postseason berth and division title, Texans add franchise-first winners letdown.

Miami 30, at Buffalo 23: Rumor was Dave Wannstedt made Bills defensive calls instead of coordinator George Edwards. That helped.

Detroit 28, at Oakland 27: Ndamukong Suh's block of Raiders' last-ditch field-goal try ruled legal since he didn't step on anyone in process.

at Arizona 20, Cleveland 17 (OT): Ken Whisenhunt became the Cardinals' winningest coach with 43 career victories. Seriously.

at Philadelphia 45, N.Y. Jets 19: Jets Coach Rex Ryan probably should not have believed brother Rob that Eagles were all hype.

New England 41, at Denver 23: Did "Saturday Night Live" writers have a vision when they wrote the Tim Tebow skit this week?

at San Diego 34, Baltimore 14: Philip Rivers joins Peyton Manning, Drew Brees as QBs with at least four 4,000-yard seasons in a row.

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