Week Thirteen In Review


  • The Detroit Lions snapped the Chicago Bears’ two-game winning streak with a 34-17 Thanksgiving victory.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles took the lead of the NFC East by defeating the Dallas Cowboys 33-10.
  • In the third and final 2014 Thanksgiving football game, the Seattle Seahawks trounced the San Francisco 49ers 19-3.
  • The San Diego Chargers edged the Baltimore Ravens 34-33 and kept their division hopes alive.
  • Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel replaced QB Brian Hoyer during the Browns’ 26-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
  • Houston Texans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six touchdowns during the Texans’ 45-21 victory over the Tennessee Titans.
  • Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck threw for 370 passing yards, five touchdowns, and one interception during the Colts’ 49-27 victory over the Washington Redskins.
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars erased a 21-0 point deficit and defeated the New York Giants 25-24.
  • Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater threw two touchdowns and zero interceptions during the Vikes’ 31-13 victory over the Carolina Panthers.
  • The New Orleans Saints are 5-7 but share the best record in the division with the Atlanta Falcons after their 35-32 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • The St. Louis Rams destroyed the Oakland Raiders 52-0 in one of the most lopsided games of the entire season.
  • The Cincinnati Bengals edged the Tampa bay Buccaneers 14-13 in a defensive battle.
  • The Arizona Cardinals stumbled to their second-straight loss by losing to the Falcons 29-18.
  • The Green Bay Packers defeated the New England Patriots 26-21 in a contest which many people believe is a Super Bowl preview.
  • The Denver Broncos settled for five field goals consistently, but 29 was enough to edge the Kansas City Chiefs’ 16 point total.
  • The Miami Dolphins mounted a Monday Night Football comeback against the New York Jets 16-13.

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