2015 NFL Season – Week 14 Scores & Standings

New England Patriots

The Carolina Panthers are closer to home field advantage in the NFC after shutting out the Atlanta Falcons, the New England Patriots get back on the winning horse after a whooping of the Houston Texans while the Cincinnati Bengals lose both their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and their starting quarterback, while the Denver Broncos realize it’s not all sunshine and roses with Brock Osweiler at quarterback, losing to the Oakland Raiders.

Minnesota Vikings (8-5) 20  Arizona Cardinals (11-2) 23: Chandler Catanzaro hit the game winning field goal with just over a minute left while Dwight Freeney stripping the ball away from Teddy Bridgewater sealed it for good.

Buffalo Bills (6-7) 20  Philadelphia Eagles (6-7) 23: The Eagles scored two touchdowns early and left the rest for Caleb Sturgis, including the game winning field goal with 3:26 left in the game. LeSean McCoy didn’t do anything special to back up his words against Chip Kelly.

San Francisco 49ers (4-9) 10  Cleveland Browns (3-10) 24: Johnny Manziel overcame an early interception to throw one touchdown pass and have a solid afternoon, while Isaiah Crowell ran for two touchdowns, holding the 49ers to just 221 yards of offense.

Detroit Lions (4-9) 14  St. Louis Rams (5-8) 21: Todd Gurley is back, even if the Rams still suck at quarterback, with 140 rushing yards and two touchdowns to end the losing streak.

New Orleans Saints (5-8) 24  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7) 17: The losing stops and maybe so does the playoff train for the Bucs with this loss, as Drew Brees throws a couple of touchdown passes while holding the Buccaneers to 291 total yards, rare against the Saints.

Tennessee Titans (3-10) 7  New York Jets (8-5) 30: A big game for Ryan Fitzpatrick with 3 touchdown passes and forcing Marcus Mariota into one interception for the Jets. Mariota caught a touchdown pass, the only points put on the board by the Titans.

Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) 33  Cincinnati Bengals (10-3) 20: Andy Dalton got injured early in the game, and the rest was pretty easy for the Steelers, despite Ben Roethlisberger not throwing a touchdown. DeAngelo Williams ran for two.

Indianapolis Colts (6-7) 16  Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8) 51: Blake Bortles threw three touchdown passes and ran for another, ending the Colts’ 16-game winning streak in the AFC South.

San Diego Chargers (3-10) 3  Kansas City Chiefs (8-5) 10: The Chiefs didn’t dominate as expected due to a couple of turnovers, but their impressive defense was enough to secure a seventh consecutive win.

Washington Redskins (6-7) 24  Chicago Bears (5-8) 21: Robbie Gould missed another late field goal and Kirk Cousins threw for 300 yards and a touchdowns, while the Redskins won for the first time on the road this season and also for the first time with Cousins getting intercepted.

Atlanta Falcons (6-7) 0  Carolina Panthers (13-0) 38: Sad day for the Falcons, turning the ball over and finishing with just 230 yards and a sixth consecutive loss, while the Panthers keep rolling over everyone they meet.

Seattle Seahawks (8-5) 35  Baltimore Ravens (4-9) 6: The Seahawks beat up on the Ravens as Russell Wilson having another huge day made the difference, throwing five touchdown passes and finishing with a 139.6 passer rating.

Dallas Cowboys (4-9) 7  Green Bay Packers (9-4) 28: It took the Green Bay Packers time to get going and they struggled throughout, but a great game from Eddie Lacy (124 rushing yards) and two touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers made the difference against a Cowboys team that once again couldn’t make it to 300 yards of offense.

Oakland Raiders (6-7) 15  Denver Broncos (10-3) 12: Brock Osweiler couldn’t get the ball in the end zone and was sacked five times, while Derek Carr threw a couple of touchdowns to make all the difference.

New England Patriots (11-2) 27  Houston Texans (6-7) 6: Brian Hoyer was destroyed by the Patriots while Tom Brady enjoyed the simpler, less risky gameplan and mostly having Rob Gronkowski on the field next to him.

NFC

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division Leaders
1 Carolina Panthers South 13 0 0 1.000 4–0 9–0 .446 .446 W13
2 Arizona Cardinals West 11 2 0 .846 4–1 8–1 .410 .400 W7
3 Green Bay Packers North 9 4 0 .692 3–2 7–3 .479 .419 W2
4 Washington Redskins East 6 7 0 .462 2–2 6–4 .506 .416 W1
Wild Cards
5 Seattle Seahawks West 8 5 0 .615 2–2 6–4 .527 .398 W4
6 Minnesota Vikings North 8 5 0 .615 3–1 5–4 .465 .396 L2
In the Hunt
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 6 7 0 .462 3–2 5–4 .458 .416 L1
8 Atlanta Falcons South 6 7 0 .462 0–4 4–6 .470 .400 L6
9 Philadelphia Eagles East 6 7 0 .462 2–2 3–6 .500 .507 W2
10 New York Giants East 5 7 0 .417 2–3 4–5 .458 .417 L3
11 St. Louis Rams West 5 8 0 .385 3–1 3–5 .556 .479 L5
12 New Orleans Saints South 5 8 0 .385 2–3 4–6 .548 .429 W1
13 Chicago Bears North 5 8 0 .385 1–3 2–7 .533 .460 L2
16 Dallas Cowboys East 4 9 0 .308 3–2 3–8 .545 .440 L1
Eliminated from playoff contention
14 Detroit Lions North 4 9 0 .308 2–3 3–6 .564 .480 L2
15 San Francisco 49ers West 4 9 0 .308 0–5 3–7 .539 .442 L1

AFC

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division Leaders
1 New England Patriots East 11 2 0 .846 4–0 8–1 .493 .465 W1
2 Cincinnati Bengals North 10 3 0 .769 4–1 8–2 .467 .411 L1
3 Denver Broncos West 10 3 0 .769 3–2 6–3 .476 .465 L1
4 Indianapolis Colts South 6 7 0 .462 3–1 4–5 .548 .474 L2
Wild Cards
5 Kansas City Chiefs West 8 5 0 .615 4–1 7–2 .524 .446 W7
6 New York Jets East 8 5 0 .615 2–2 6–4 .436 .376 W3
In the Hunt
7 Pittsburgh Steelers North 8 5 0 .615 2–2 5–4 .521 .456 W2
8 Oakland Raiders West 6 7 0 .462 2–1 6–4 .497 .397 W1
9 Buffalo Bills East 6 7 0 .462 3–2 6–5 .534 .440 L1
10 Houston Texans South 6 7 0 .462 2–1 4–5 .523 .474 L2
11 Miami Dolphins East 5 7 0 .417 0–5 3–6 .471 .391 W1
12 Jacksonville Jaguars South 5 8 0 .385 2–3 5–6 .476 .375 W1
Eliminated from playoff contention
13 Baltimore Ravens North 4 9 0 .308 2–2 3–6 .482 .365 L2
14 San Diego Chargers West 3 10 0 .231 0–3 2–7 .518 .308 L2
15 Cleveland Browns North 3 10 0 .231 1–4 2–8 .509 .282 W1
16 Tennessee Titans South 3 10 0 .231 1–3 1–7 .476 .410 L1
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