(Reuters) – Highlights of Sunday National Football League games:
Cincinnati 30, Cleveland 16
Rookie Joe Mixon rushed for a personal record of 114 yards on 23 carries and a Touchdown, and Andy Dalton went for 214 yards and two touchdowns, lifting the Cincinnati Bengals to a 30-16 victory over the Cleveland Browns without a victory on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati (5-6) revived his latent running game with a season total of 152 yards, averaging 5.1 yards per carry, to help keep his scant playoff hopes alive. But the game on Sunday was not without some nervous moments.
The Browns were inside a touchdown and seemed to have the Bengals stopped at third and 5 with less than four minutes remaining in the game when Dalton's pbad to Josh Malone fell incomplete. on the sideline after a hard hit by Jabrill Peppers.
Malone did not appear to have possession of the ball when he was hit. Peppers was tagged for hitting a defenseless receiver and Mixon scored in an 11-yard run to seal victory moments later.
Isaiah Crowell rushed for 95 yards and DeShone Kizer pbaded for 268 yards and ran for 39 and a touchdown for Cleveland. But the error-prone Browns (0-11) had a pair of penalties in the first half and a pbad scored by Corey Coleman in the end zone in the third quarter.
Atlanta 34, Tampa Bay 20  Atlanta Falcons All-Pro wide receiver Julio Jones returned to burn Tampa Bay on Sunday, extending his poster success against the Buccaneers.
Jones, who entered with just one touchdown, caught 12 pbades for 253 yards and two touchdowns. The Falcons won their third straight game, beating the Bucs 34-20.
Jones teamed with wide receiver Mohamed Sanu for a 51-yard touchdown in a cheating game and caught a 25-yard touchdown pbad from quarterback Matt Ryan. who finished 26 of 35 for 317 yards and two touchdowns.
The Falcons' victory (7-4) snapped a two-game winning streak by the Buccaneers (4-7).
Jones has 80 receptions for 1,359 yards and 10 touchdowns in 11 career games against the Buccaneers.
Sanu's bomb to Jones outside the wildcat format early in the second quarter to break a 3-3 tie was the third NFL touchdown pbad of the six-year veteran. Sanu missed a false pbad to Tevin Coleman, but regained control of the ball and hit Jones in the end zone.
Tennessee 36, Indianapolis 22
For the second time this season, the Tennessee Titans rallied in the fourth quarter beat the Indianapolis Colts, this time 20-16 on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
On October 16 in Nashville, Tennessee beat Indianapolis 21-3 in the final 15 minutes for a 36-22 victory.
On Sunday, Tennessee took a 20-16 lead with 5:59 left in the game in DeMarco Murray's 1-yard touchdown run to finish a game of nine plays and 77 yards.
The Titans (7-4) started their comeback with 1:50 remaining in the third quarter on Marcus Mariota's 2-yard touchdown pbad to tight end Delanie Walker, a play after free safety Kevin Byard regained a loose ball by running back Marlon Mack at the Colts' 4-yard line and then offside at Indianapolis penalty. That reduced the deficit to 16-13.
Mariota finished with 17 of 25 for 184 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett completed 17 of 29 pbades for 196 yards, but was sacked eight times, while Indianapolis (3-8) produced just three points in the second half and was outscored 14-3 after leading by seven at half time.
Indianapolis increased its lead to 16-6 with 6:05 left in the third quarter for Adam Vinatieri's third field goal of the day, a 42-yard run, with a 13-play, 55-yard touchdown.
Philadelphia 31, Chicago 3
Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz threw for three touchdowns, including one against Alshon Jeffery, to lead the Eagles to a 31-3 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles (10-1) made the most of their damage in a dominant first half in which they outscored the Bears 24-0 while outscoring them 272-33.
The victory over the Bears who inhabit the NFC's North Winery (3-8) was the ninth in a row for NFC East, Philadelphia's leader, who improved to 6-0 at home this season.
Wentz raised his NFL-bes t touchdown totals 28 while going 23-for-36 for 227 yards.
Philadelphia blocked the Chicago rushing game, leading the NFL's fifth rushing attack to 6 yards. Jordan Howard entered the NFC front running, but finished with 6 yards on seven carries.
Jeffery, who made the Pro Bowl in one of his five seasons in Chicago before signing a one-year contract with the Eagles in the offseason, had five receptions for 52 yards. He dragged an 8-yard touchdown pbad into a beautifully executed shot in the middle that put the Eagles at the top 24-0 with five seconds left in the first half.
New England 35, Miami 17
Tom Brady threw four touchdown pbades, two for tight end Rob Gronkowski, and the New England Patriots scored their seventh consecutive win, a Miami Dolphins loss of 35-17 on Sunday. .
Runner Rex Burkhead also scored twice (one pbad, one run) when the Patriots (9-2) sent Miami (4-7) to their fifth straight loss, and their eighth consecutive at Gillette Stadium.
Brady had a series of 189 consecutive pbades without interception, but he went to complete his 83rd game with at least three touchdown pbades.
Brady has thrown 54 touchdown pbades and five interceptions in 23 games since returning from his Deflategate suspension. He has 26 touchdown pbades this season, a record for quarterbacks in a season after turning 40. It was also his 28th game with at least four touchdown pbades, the third in history, and he has 482 touchdown pbades, ahead of Drew Breres ranks third in that category.
Brady finished 18 of 28 for 227 yards.
Gronkowski, who caught five pbades for 82 yards, scored his 16th game with multitouch catches, breaking Randy Moss's club record. Brandin Cooks, who also had a touchdown, recorded six receptions for 83 yards.
Dion Lewis ran for 112 yards on 15 carries, the first 100-yard game of his career.
Miami's 17 points matched the highest total against the Patriots during their winning streak.
Safety Reshad Jones rushed for 14 yards with a failed New England hit and running back Kenyan Drake caught an 8-yard touchdown pbad for the Miami touchdowns. Cody Parkey also kicked a 28-yard field goal.
Matt Moore, making his second start of the season with Jay Cutler out for a concussion, was 23-for-34 for 215 yards and two interceptions, and was sacked seven times.  Patriots special team Nate Ebner, who rushed for 14 yards with a direct clearance from the snap to maintain the opening momentum of the game, suffered a knee injury on the play and was ruled out for the rest of the game.
Los Angeles Rams 26, New Orleans 20
Jared Goff pbaded for two touchdowns and Drew Brees took one while the Los Angeles Rams beat the New Orleans Saints, 26-20, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.  The Rams (7-4) won for the fifth time in six outings when the Saints (8-3) had their run of eight straight wins.
Goff, who did not throw a touchdown pbad in last week's loss to the Minnesota Vikings, clicked with veteran Sammy Watkins and rookie Josh Reynolds. Greg Zuerlein added four field goals, three of at least 46 yards, while the Rams prevailed.
New Orleans, which averaged 30.2 points during its winning streak, was stifled by the Rams defense, which sacked Brees three times. The Saints, who went 3-for-13 on third down, entered the game with an average of 415 yards but stayed at 346.
Brees, who runs the second NFL pbad offense, was 22 of 32 for 246 yards and a score. Much of Brees 'production came late against the Rams' soft coverage while protecting their advantage.
Goff, who lost to the Saints last year in his rookie season, completed 28 of 43 attempts for 354 yards. He was intercepted for the first time since October 22 when Watkins dropped a ball into the hands of P.J. Williams.
(Information from Rory Carroll)