Two of David Garrard's three interceptions and one of Jacksonville's fumbles were returned for touchdowns by Tennessee, which won its fifth straight game.
2 of 15David Bergman/SI
Eagles 36, Giants 22
Brian Westbrook's 137 total offensive yards and two rushing touchdowns helped Philadelphia deal the Giants their fifth loss in six games and enabled the Eagles to move past New York in the NFC East.
3 of 15Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
Bears 34, Buccaneers 31, OT
Chicago's placekicker Robbie Gould kicked two field goals, including this game winner in overtime, to help Chicago clinch a first-round bye and home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Bears squandered a 21-point lead late in the third quarter to allow the game to go into overtime.
4 of 15Simon Bruty/SI
Ravens 27, Browns 17
Jamal Lewis helped take the pressure off quarterback Kyle Boller, who replaced an injured Steve McNair early in the game, by rushing 22 times for 109 yards
5 of 15Robert Beck/SI
Chargers 20, Chiefs 9
LaDainian Tomlinson had 25 carries for 199 yards and two touchdowns, including an 85-yard run late in the second quarter, giving him 31 touchdowns (28 rushing) on the season.
6 of 15Damian Strohmeyer/SI
Patriots 40, Texans 7
Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes, including one to Kevin Faulk, who also ran one in, as the New England offense erupted with 27 points in the first half against Houston.
7 of 15Max Simbron/US PRESSWIRE
Broncos 37, Cardinals 20
Mike Bell rushed for 61 yards on 16 carries, including a pair of one-yard touchdown runs, during Denver's highest-scoring performance of the season.
8 of 15AP
Cowboys 38, Falcons 28
Terrell Owens scored twice against Atlanta on Saturday, beating cornerback DeAngelo Hall on both touchdown catches. Hall was more disheartened, however, by Owens spitting in his face during one of several verbal exchanges in the game.
9 of 15Craig Melvin/US Presswire
Bills 21, Dolphins 0
J.P. Losman threw three touchdown passes, constituting the only scoring in the game as the Buffalo defense shut out Miami just one week after the Dolphins blanked the Patriots 21-0.
10 of 15Bruce Kluckhohn/US Presswire
Jets 26, Vikings 13
Laveranues Coles hauls in a 21-yard touchdown pass against Minnesota cornerback Fred Smoot in the second quarter. Coles had 12 catches for 144 yards as quarterback Chad Pennington threw for a career-high 339 yards.
11 of 15AP
Packers 17, Lions 9
Despite throwing three interceptions, Brett Favre replaced Dan Marino as the NFL's all-time completions leader. Favre now has 4,974, six more than Marino.
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Rams 20, Raiders 0
Steven Jackson scores on a 19-yard touchdown run, his second of the game, as the Raiders were shutout for the third time this season.
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Redskins 16, Saints10
Ladell Betts, filling in since Clinton Portis was lost for the season with a broken hand, ran for 119 yards on 22 carries against New Orleans, his fourth consecutive game rushing over 100 yards.
14 of 15Grant Halverson/Getty Images
Steelers 37, Panthers 3
Willie Parker ran for 132 yards and a touchdown as Pittsburgh kept some hope alive of still making the playoffs while virtually eliminating any chances for Carolina.
15 of 15Scott Cohen/US Presswire
49ers 24, Seahawks 14
Quarterback Alex Smith's three fourth-quarter touchdowns -- two passing, one running -- prevented Seattle from clinching its third consecutive division title Thursday night.
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