The Associated Press
Monday, Dec. 23, 8:40, EST.
Atlanta (4-10) at San Francisco (10-4). A rematch of last season's NFC title game, with only the 49ers in a position to get back there. San Francisco has won four straight games.
--Peyton Manning, Broncos, finished 32 for 51 for 400 yards and four touchdown passes in Denver's 37-13 win over Houston. Manning has 51 touchdown passes and passed Tom Brady (50 in 2007) for the most in a single season in NFL history. Manning is the first player to pass for 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in the same season. Manning has 5,211 yards passing and is the fifth player to throw for at least 5,000 yards in a season. He joins Drew Brees (three times), Hall of Famer Dan Marino, Brady and Matthew Stafford.
--Andy Dalton, Bengals, was 27 for 38 for 366 yards and four touchdown passes in Cincinnati's 42-14 win over Minnesota.
--Nick Foles, Eagles, was 21 for 25 for 230 yards and two touchdown passes in Philadelphia's 54-11 win over Chicago.
--Tony Romo, Cowboys, was 17 for 27 for 226 yards and two touchdown passes and an interception in Dallas' 24-23 win over Washington.
--LeSean McCoy and Bryce Brown, Eagles. McCoy had 18 carries for 133 yards and two touchdowns and Brown had nine carries for 115 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown run in Philadelphia's 54-11 win over Chicago.
--Le'Veon Bell, Steelers, had 26 carries for 124 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburgh's 38-31 win over Green Bay
--Fred Jackson, Bills, had 19 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown in Buffalo's 19-0 win over Miami.
--Chris Ivory, Jets, had 20 carries for 109 yards in New York's 24-13 win over Cleveland.
--Jamaal Charles, Chiefs, had 13 carries for 106 yards and a touchdown in Kansas City's 23-7 loss to Indianapolis.
--Zac Stacy, Rams, had 33 carries for 104 yards and a touchdown in St. Louis' 23-13 win over Tampa Bay.
--Ryan Mathews, Chargers, had 25 carries for 99 yards and a touchdown in San Diego's 26-13 win over Oakland.
--Pierre Garcon, Redskins, had 11 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown in Washington's 24-23 loss to Dallas.
--Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas, Broncos. Decker had 10 catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns and Thomas had eight catches for 123 yards and a touchdown in Denver's 37-13 win over Houston.
--Nate Washington, Titans, had six catches for 117 yards and a touchdown in Tennessee's 20-16 win over Jacksonville.
--Antonio Brown, Steelers, had six catches for 105 yards in Pittsburgh's 38-31 win over Green Bay.
--A.J. Green, Bengals, had seven catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns in Cincinnati's 42-14 win over Minnesota.
--Dan Carpenter, Bills, was 4 for 4 on field goals in Buffalo's 19-0 win over Miami.
--Nick Novak, Chargers, was 4 for 4 on field goals in San Diego's 26-13 win over Oakland.
--Josh Brown, Giants, was 3 for 3 on field goals, including a 45-yarder in overtime in New York's 23-20 win over Detroit.
--Luke Kuechly and Greg Hardy, Panthers. Kuechly had 24 tackles and an interception and Hardy three sacks in Carolina's 17-13 win over New Orleans. Since tackles became a recognized stat in 1994, Kuechly's 24 are tied for the most in a game (New York Jets' David Harris, Nov. 4, 2007). Kuechly is the first player since Tampa Bay's Derrick Brooks (Sept. 30, 2001) to make at least 20 tackles and an interception in the same game.
--Tavon Wilson and Chandler Jones, Patriots. Wilson returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown and Jones recovered a fumble in the end zone in New England's 41-7 win over Baltimore.
--Brandon Boykin and Trent Cole, Eagles. Boykin returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown and Cole had three sacks in Philadelphia's 54-11 win over Chicago.
--Cortez Allen, Steelers, returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown in Pittsburgh's 38-31 win over Green Bay.
--Will Hill, Giants, returned an interception 38 yards for a touchdown in New York's 23-20 overtime over Detroit.
--Vincent Rey, Bengals, returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown in Cincinnati's 42-14 victory over Minnesota.
--Robert Quinn, Rams, had three sacks in St. Louis' 23-13 win over Tampa Bay. He leads the league with 18.
All four division winners in the AFC have been determined. The Denver Broncos, who defeated Houston 37-13, clinched the AFC West and a first-round bye. The New England Patriots, who defeated Baltimore 41-7, clinched the AFC East. The Cincinnati Bengals, who beat Minnesota 42-14, clinched the AFC North. The Indianapolis Colts, who defeated Kansas City 23-7, had already clinched the AFC South entering Week 16.