What Have We Learned This Week:
The Seattle Seahawks sent a clear message with their victory not only to the San Francisco 49ers, but the rest of the NFL; they are the team to beat
The Detroit Lions are definitely not a great team, but they have the best receiver in the NFL in Calvin Johnson, whom broke a 17-year old receiving record set by the greatest of them all.
Adrian Peterson may not have broken Eric Dickerson‘s rushing record, but he gave his Minnesota Vikings enough to help beat a tough Houston Texans team.
The worst thing to happen to the Pittsburgh Steelers this year was facing the Kansas City Chiefs; since that game, Ben Roethlisberger was not the same player he was before, and it showed against the Cincinnati Bengals
Through all the obstacles the Indianapolis Colts faced, they never gave up on themselves or each other; as a result, Andrew Luck and co. are going to the playoffs.
Even though Drew Brees and his New Orleans Saints are not going to the playoffs, they can still compete at a high level. Now the stage is set for Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys to play what may be one of the most defining games in franchise history.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants will need a miracle to make the playoffs, let alone to repeat as Superbowl champions.
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers beat the Tennessee Titans, something we all predicted collectively.
Josh Freeman and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers are likely gonna have to back to the ol’ drawing board, and figure out what went wrong this season
NFL Week 16 Scores
Falcons 31, Lions 18
Raiders 6 , Panthers 17
Saints 34, Cowboys 31 OT
Titans 7 , Packers 55
Vikings 23, Texans 6
Patriots 23, Jaguars 16
Colts 20 , Chiefs 13
Bills 10, Dolphins 24
Chargers 27, Jets 17
Redskins 27, Eagles 20
Bengals 13, Steelers 10
Rams 28, Buccaneers 13
Browns 12, Broncos 34
Bears 28, Cardinals 13
Giants 14, Ravens 33
49ers 13, Seahawks 42