The last on the 15th Sunday of the NFL regular season (all times in the East):
Buffalo Bills runner LeSean McCoy became the 30th player in the NFL in exceeding 10,000 yards on the ground.  The article continues below …
The ninth-year-old, who entered the game against the Dolphins with 9,961 rushing yards, topped the milestone with a 14-yard gain in the second quarter. McCoy burst through a hole in the right guard, but was shaken after an entrance by linebacker Kiko Alonso.
McCoy was on the field for a few minutes before getting up on his own, and came back after sitting down a play. McCoy scored his 80th career touchdown with a 4-yard run at the Buffalo opening.
– John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York
Only three NFL players visibly protested during the national anthem in the first games.
Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon was the only player to kneel during "The Star-Spangled Banner" before New York hosted Philadelphia, and Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills and tight end Julius Thomas took over knee before the Miami game in Buffalo, according to the Miami Herald. The three have been protesting most of the season.
Approximately a couple of dozen Saints, as they have done since Week 4, knelt before the national anthem and then stood up as the song began before their home game against the Jets.  No player of the Saints or Jets knelt during the anthem.
Jaguars catcher Marqise Lee is questionable for returning with an ankle injury.
Lee spun his right ankle on a run in the first quarter against Houston and had to be helped off the field and into the locker room.
Lee leads the Jaguars with 56 receptions for 702 yards and three touchdowns.
His injury is the last to the Jacksonville body reception. Allen Robinson missed the season in the first game, and Allen Hurns has missed five consecutive games with a sprained ankle.
The Packers probably need to win their last three games to make the playoffs, and they expect the return of Aaron Rodgers to help the Panthers.
Green Bay (7-6) is in Carolina (9-4) in one of the most important games of Week 15 of the NFL. The Panthers are tied at the top of the NFC South with the Saints (9-4), who are the hosts of the Jets.
Philadelphia (11-2), with Nick Foles replacing the injured Carson Wentz, has secured the NFC East and can secure the home field with a victory against the Giants and a Minnesota loss.
The Vikings (10-3) can lock the NFC North by beating the Bengals.
Jacksonville (9-4) will win a place in the playoffs with a victory over the Texans, while the Bills (7-6) host Miami.
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