Most games of Week 13 of Sunday have ended. Several teams are pushing for the playoffs. These are some of our great achievements from today to now:
» Jimmy Garoppolo looked like a franchise quarterback in his first start for the San Francisco 49ers.
» There has been a lot of talk about who is the third best team in the AFC, but if Blake Bortles is competent, it could be the Jags.
» The return of Rodgers may" It will be early for the Packers, if there is something to play in the team's quest to stay afloat in the NFC wild card race. "
» This Baltimore defense is becoming increasingly historically good, and Eric Weddle is the heart and soul of the high school.
» The Dolphins won the game and their survival playoff hopes are still alive , but the story in this case is how in trouble Denver is in the position of quarterback.
49ers 15, Bears 14
1. Jimmy Garoppolo looked like a franchise quarterback in his first start for the San Francisco 49ers Making his third start of the race, Tom Brady's old backup looked fantastic in a group of bullets in the middle against the soft areas of the Bears, Jimmy G's accuracy was sublime, and his pocket presence was level veteran There were no bombs, but the field marshal is nothing more than a check-up machine, consistently collecting chunk gains to move the chains. Just before the two-minute warning in the 3rd and 9th, Garoppolo hit Trent Taylor hard for a 33-yard catch and ran to set the game's winning field goal.
Garoppolo finished with a personal record of 293 yards with 26 pbades of 37, no touchdowns and an INT. The statistics do not begin to tell the story of how good the field marshal looked. Garoppolo made a bunch of second and third string receivers look promising, constantly putting the ball to them. His first interception in his career was not the fault of Jimmy G. Garoppolo drilled a ball between the defenders of money to Louis Murphy, who had it stolen by the corner of Kyle Fuller. The offensive of the red zone needs work after the Niners failed to hit the ball in the end zone, but that will come with more repetitions. The second victory of the 49ers season is a good cherry on top. Victory is also secondary. More importantly, Sunday showed that San Francisco found a long-term solution at the center.
2. Robbie Gould Revenge! The former Bears kicker hit five field goals, which represents the 15 points of the 49ers. In his game 83 at Soldier Field, it was his first tilt in Chicago with five field goals made by CBS. With all the difficulties the Bears had with the kickers this season, it had to make a dent in the fans watching Gould win the game with his foot for San Francisco.
3. Facing one of the NFL's worst defenses, qualifying 30 against the race and 26 compared to the pbad that entered on Sunday, the Bears offense remained stuck in the mud. Chicago won a pathetic 147 yards on Sunday. Running only 36 plays for the role of 73 San Francisco players, but a lot of that had to do with the Bears' quick possessions. If it were not for a ridiculous 61 yard punt return touchdown from human jeweler Tarik Cohen, this game would not have been close. Chicago could not do anything on the field against a losing 49ers defense, with Jordan Howard and Cohen combining for 43 yards on 15 carries. Mitchell Trubisky again seemed like a work in progress. He flashed with some beautiful punches, including an early touchdown bullet to Dontrelle Inman. The rookie finished with 12 of 15 pbades for 102 yards and a touchdown. Seeing Trubisky and Garoppolo in the same field, it was obvious to see how far the first-round selection should go in their progression, probably with a new coaching staff.
– Kevin Patra
Jets 38, Chiefs 31
1. The New York Jets have struggled to close games in the last quarter of the season. On Sunday against the Chiefs, they found a way, and it could end up being a turning point in their season. Josh McCown scored in a furtive QB with 2:10 to play, and the beleaguered New York secondary got a final save to face the Chiefs in their sixth loss in seven games. As has been the case throughout the season, Josh McCown was the heart of the Jets. He threw for a total of 327 yards and added three touchdowns, including two on the ground. McCown is the unquestionable MVP of Gang Green, a respected veteran who gives his team a chance to win every week. Who would have predicted it in August?
2. This was good news, a bad kind of deal for the Chiefs. The good news? His offense finally came to life, attacking the Jets defense relentlessly with big plays throughout the afternoon. Where has that been the last six weeks? Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill each scored twice, evoking memories of better times for this team. Kansas City scored more than 30 points despite having the ball for less than 18 minutes of playing time. The bad news is obvious: the Chiefs dropped to 6-6 after their start 5-0 and their defense put a big egg at a crucial moment of the season. McCown and the Jets punished the Chiefs repeatedly on third down and the unit melted in the New York touchdown series late in the fourth quarter. About that …
3. Come back to us, Marcus Peters. After the Chiefs were called up for defensive retention in an attempt to convert 2 Jets with 2:10 to play, Peters took a penalty flag and fired at Meadowlands, a shameful loss of composure. When the officers solved the Peters disaster, he disappeared in the Chiefs' locker room even though he was not ejected from the game. In the tour that followed the Chiefs, the cameras of the CBS saw Peters running back to the K.C. side line with studs … but no socks. It was a very bad image for both the player and the team and perfectly summarized the state of affairs for the bosses that once boasted.
– Dan Hanzus
Patriots 23, Bills 3  1st. You can not make self-sabotage mistakes against the Patriots. The opening of Buffalo was a marvel until a disaster occurred, with the Bills milking more than seven minutes and reaching the New England 6-yard line before Tyrod Taylor threw a pbad directly to Patriots defensive end Eric Lee. The pitch was ugly, but Taylor also did not notice the rush when New England's Alan Branch shoved center Eric Wood to the quarterback while unfolding the doomed pitch. The Bills left additional points on the board when Joe Webb took the ball with a Wildcat snap and narrowly missed an open and running Travaris Cadet in what would have been an easy score. By the time Taylor took a disastrous 20-yard sack in the second half, with Buffalo down 16-3, this matter felt completely out of reach for a Bills team that has been outscored 65-6 over the past five quarters of the team.
1b. Adding insult to defeat, Taylor was ejected in the fourth quarter with a left knee injury, which took rookie Nathan Peterman into our lives. Taylor played admirably for the pain after seeming to suffer the injury in the first momentum of the team, but the pain became too great for the final period.
2. Tom Brady was initially frustrated by a Bills defense that put the New England line to the test and forced the stellar quarterback to an off-key finish that left the Patriots to settle for a field goal. Minutes later, CBS cameras captured Brady by exploiting offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels along the sideline.
Brady crossed 65,000 pbading yards on Sunday, but threw for 82 yards in the first half against a Bills front that sparked a group of three and four-man blitz packs and defeated the caller three times, already that New England only managed nine points in the first 30 minutes. Brady came out of the break wisely aiming shots behind his back and tight ends, with Rob Gronkowski (9/147) taking control after half with 50 yards from three receptions in a 10-play touchdown that put the Patriots up 16-3 . New England simply endured from there.
3. "Trying to attack LeSean [McCoy] is terrifying in itself," Patriots safety Duron Harmon said this week of Buffalo's workhorse. McCoy ran well on Sunday, keeping the Patriots' defense honest with a variety of fast-cut races. Shady plowed 60 yards in the first half at 6.0 yards per tote before finishing with 93 yards on the day, but was finally overtaken by Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead, the Patriots duo who combined for 170 yards and two touchdowns on the floor.  – Marc Sessler
Vikings 14, Falcons 9
1. When you turn on the game movie, Falcons defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel emphasizes the FOX broadcast team, you might think you're playing against one of the best NFL quarterbacks in Keenum. Reinforced by a running ground attack and quality pbad protection, the reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Month orchestrated almost perfectly a conservative game plan, connecting the 12 pbad attempts of its second half on the road against a quality opponent. Keenum came out on top, hitting last-minute receivers Laquon Treadwell and Jarius Wright for third-down conversions to set up Kyle Rudolph's 6-yard touchdown, completing a decisive 15-play, 89-yard game that extended from the middle of the third. quarter in the final frame. It is time for us to stop thinking of Keenum as an obligation that will be exposed in the future. The official quarterback has exhibited a masterful pocket move while avoiding backsliding errors, keeping Minnesota in search of the best seed in the NFC playoffs.
2. In a battle of the NFL's most effective third-level offense against the best-ranked third baseman defense, the result was unbalanced (1 out of 10) in favor of Mike Zimmer's troops. The Falcons were shot in the foot with penalties all afternoon, continually placing Matt Ryan in third and long situations against an avalanche of pbades that forced quick throws. The Vikings took Julio Jones and the deep ball, smothering an offense that had been buzzing at the rate of a conversion rate of 66 percent in third chances in recent weeks. To maintain their hopes of returning to the Super Bowl alive, the Falcons will have to go over the rest of the NFC South, with three games to play against the Saints and Panthers.
3. After seeing the All-Pro Atlanta receiver explode for 253 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 12 receptions last week, Zimmer told the FOX broadcast team: "We are aware of how great Julio Jones is, and I think that we'll cover it a little bit differently than Tampa Bay did. " Pro Bowl cornerback Xavier Rhodes joked that he would follow Jones to the point of linebacker if Jones were in the moonlight in the backfield. With the help of the Minnesota deep, Rhodes limited Jones to a minimum of 24 yards in two receptions and six goals. Even if Jones had managed to corner two high pbades that bounced at the tips of his fingers, he would have had a hard time reaching 50 yards. Closing the No. 1 catchers throughout the season, Rhodes battles Jalen Ramsey of the Jaguars, Casey Hayward of the Chargers and Marshon Lattimore, rookie of the Saints, for an All-Pro team of the first team.
– Chris Wesseling
Packers 26, Buccaneers 20 (OT)
1. Aaron Jones made sure that his only play of the game against the Buccaneers was memorable. The rookie runner, who was overcoming a knee injury that almost kept him out of Sunday's game, scored in a 20-yard extra-time run on his first touch to lift the Packers to a comeback victory. Jones entered Superman's complete mode as he plunged between the defenders to complete the triumph. It was a memorable and exciting ending to a game that was mostly a disappointment for the Packers. What should have been a very easy game to win against a team of Bucs in difficulty turned into a nail bite and another reminder of how much Jones means for the Green Bay offense exhausted by Aaron Rodgers.
2. The return of Jameis Winston was not without traps, but the third-year quarterback certainly has a way of driving a Buccaneer offense that constantly blinks in and out of life. Against the Packers, Winston's shoulder looked much better, but a problem in the ankle seemed to hamper his effectiveness in the second half. He did enough to help the Buccaneers get back into the game. It was not perfect, his desperation crashing straight into the arms of the Packers defensive end, Dean Lowry, which culminated in a 62-yard touchdown return that is a gaffe candidate of the season. He completed 21 of 32 pbades for 270 yards and two touchdowns, helping the Bucs do overtime. It was not the best performance, but it was a promising comeback.
3. The return of Rodgers can not come fast enough for the Packers, if there is something to play in the team's quest to stay afloat in the NFC wild card race. Hundley fought powerfully against a squad of Buccaneers in distress. Although he finished on the winning side in this case, Hundley limited himself to 84 yards on 13 of 22 pbades. Their development seems to have more or less reached a peak for the Packers, and it seems hard to imagine that the Packers have won major games against the Panthers, Vikings and Lions to close the regular season with Hundley still at the helm.
– Austin Knoblauch
Jaguars 30, Colts 10
1. The explosion on Sunday was against the Colts 3-9, but it's hard not to be impressed by the Jaguars, however. If Blake Bortles plays even at a level above average (as he did on Sunday, throwing for 309 yards, two scores and no selection), there are no holes in his roster. The pbad rush, led by Calais Campbell (who, with another looting at Jacoby Brissett, set Jacksonville's single-season franchise record with still a quarter of the remaining season), is swarming. The high school is as close as any in the NFL, with Jalen Ramsey registering another selection. And, from the offensive point of view, the weapons are in the skill positions, with Leonard Fournette (20 carries for 57 yards and one score) and Marqise Lee (seven catches for 86 yards and one score) posting great days. There has been a lot of talk about who is the third best team in the AFC, but if Bortles is competent, it could be the Jags.
2. Frank Gore continued to make history on Sunday, moving LaDainian Tomlinson to fifth place on the NFL's rushing yards. The runner continued to defend Marlon Mack for playing time, running for 61 yards on 13 carries. Only four members of the Hall of Fame are ahead of Gore in the list of riders of all time: Curtis Martin, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders and Emmitt Smith. Like it or not, Gore probably goes to Canton someday.
3. The statistics that the Jaguars accumulated over Jacoby Brissett in two games this season were considerable. In eight football quarters, the Jaguars dismissed Brissett 14 times and fired him twice. Brissett has fought valiantly for the unfortunate Colts this season, especially considering he was acquired a few days before Week 1. But he clings to football for an eternity in his pocket, takes too many sacks, and seems to be leaving with his legs too often. Although, for Brissett's credit, even a healthy Andrew Luck probably could not have done much with this Colts team that has holes in its entire roster.
– Edward Lewis
Ravens 44, Lions 20
1. Detroit spent most of the first part making an error after error while the Ravens took advantage of almost everyone. Matt Stafford lost the ball once and was sent off, and the combination of these events put Detroit in a 20-0 hole at halftime. Even then, this was a game early in the fourth quarter, when the Lions were at six points. The wheels fell quickly, which sums up a lot of what this Lions team is: tempting in some places, frustrating and uninspiring in others.
Stafford left the game with a hand injury at the end of the quarter after spending a good amount of the second half fighting for his life. The increase in pressure was a result of Detroit losing both right guard T.J. Lang and right tackle Rick Wagner to injuries. Neither of them returned, a void that was shining in Stafford's final interception.
2. I've hit the nail for Alex Collins multiple times this season, and his game in the fourth quarter sealed the deal for the Ravens. But in reality, this was Joe Flacco's best performance of the season (23 of 36 pbades, 269 yards, two touchdowns) for a remote possibility. Baltimore was not afraid to throw deep punches in the first half, which opened the entire offense and put the Ravens in the door twice, where they were twice able to use pbades to score. Flacco found Benjamin Watson for the first, and fullback Patrick Ricard for the second while Baltimore built his lead. Then, the Ravens mounted Collins in the second half, twice running the runner finding the end zone in the fourth quarter to make a close game in a comeback.
3. What a day for Eric Weddle. The veteran's safety was a few meters from an early acrobatic interception, forced a turnover when he pulled Stafford out, and then capped his afternoon (and Baltimore's defensive offense) with a 45-yard pick-six from Stafford Jake's replacement. . Rudock This Baltimore defense is becoming increasingly historically good, and Weddle is the heart and soul of high school. While the responsibility will be a bit greater with the loss of Jimmy Smith by an Achilles tear, games like the show on Sunday the veteran is still able to handle the responsibility.
– Nick Shook
Dolphins 35, Broncos 9
1. The Dolphins won the game and their life-sustaining playoff hopes are still alive, but the story in this is how troubled Denver is in the position of quarterback. Not only in this lost year, but also in the future. Trevor Siemian was as bad as he was at any time of the season, completing just 20 of 42 pbades, throwing three picks (one with six) and pulling a big center out of the end zone for two points for the Dolphins. Coach Vance Joseph told the FOX broadcast team that half of Siemian was "absolutely" his quarterback during the day, no matter what the difficulties. But John Elway has his job cut to find the Broncos quarterback of the future this offseason.
2. At the beginning of the game, he had the feeling that the quarterback in whom he played least would win. But Jay Cutler recovered from two ugly interceptions (one returned by a score) to have a good game. He was efficient, throwing for two touchdowns and 235 yards on 18 of 31 pbades. Cutler is not perfect, but he has proven to be better than substitute Matt Moore and is the best player on this team to make a miracle in the postseason.
3. The Dolphins may have stumbled accidentally, or perhaps intentionally, to find their leader in the future. By changing Jay Ajayi, and seeing that Damien Williams suffers a shoulder injury, the Kenyan Drake became the goalkeeper of Miami on Sunday and delivered. He showed an exceptional outburst, an unwillingness to go down and good hands. He managed 120 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries, added 21 yards on three receptions, and certainly showed that it could be a future three-lap comeback for this team, even when Williams returns healthy.
– Edward Lewis