Tiki Barber rushed for a franchise record 234 yards and scored three touchdowns in what may have been his last regular-season game. The Giants will play the NFC East champion Eagles in Philadelphia this Sunday.
2 of 16John Iacono/SI
Jets 23, Raiders 3
Linebacker Eric Barton sacks Raiders quarterback Aaron Brooks and forces a fumble in the Jets victory over Oakland. The Jets clinched a playoff berth with the win and will play the AFC East champion Patriots in New England this Sunday.
3 of 16Al Tielemans/SI
Eagles 24, Falcons 17
Tight end Matt Schobel pulls in a 14-yard touchdown pass from quarterback A.J. Feeley in the first quarter against Atlanta. Feeley came in to give starter Jeff Garcia a rest for the playoffs and threw for a career-best 321 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles fifth straight win.
4 of 16Robert Beck/SI
Chargers 27, Cardinals 20
LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 66 yards on 16 carries against Arizona, giving him 1,815 yards for the season and the league rushing title. He edged out Larry Johnson of the division rival Chiefs by 26 yards.
5 of 16Damian Strohmeyer/SI
Packers 26, Bears 7
Brett Favre passes to wideout Carlyle Holiday during Green Bay's win over Chicago. Favre threw for 285 yards and a touchdown in what might have been the last game of his illustrious NFL career.
6 of 16Bill Frakes/SI
Patriots 40, Titans 23
Wideout Reche Caldwell catches a 62-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady in the third quarter. Caldwell had four receptions for 134 yards as New England ended Tennessee's six-game winning streak and magical playoff run.
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Chiefs 35, Jaguars 30
Larry Johnson flies into the end zone for the first of his three touchdowns against Jacksonville. Johnson rushed for 138 yards while setting an NFL record for carries in a season.
8 of 16AP
Ravens 19, Bills 7
Cornerback Chris McAlister returns an interception 31 yards to score the Ravens' only touchdown. The win earned Baltimore a first-round bye in the playoffs.
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49ers 26, Broncos 23, OT
Frank Gore ran for 153 yards and had 32 receiving yards in the Niners' win against Denver, breaking Garrison Hearst's single-season franchise records for rushing and total yards.
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Colts 27, Dolphins 22
Peyton Manning threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns, and called his own number on an 11-yard touchdown run against Miami.
11 of 16AP
Rams 41, Vikings 21
Steven Jackson had a career-high four touchdowns and 142 yards rushing against Minnesota. He finished the season with 1,528 yards rushing and led all NFL running backs with 806 yards receiving.
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Lions 39, Cowboys 31
Jon Kitna celebrates a 21-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter, giving Detroit the lead over Dallas. Kitna was 28-for-42 for 306 yards and four touchdowns as he set the club record for completions in a season.
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Steelers 23, Bengals 17, OT
Willie Parker scores the first of his two 1-yard touchdown runs against Cincinnati to give him a franchise-record 16 for the season. Parker had 134 yards on the ground as the Steelers knocked the Bengals out of playoff contention.
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Seahawks 23, Buccaneers 7
Shaun Alexander rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown against Tampa Bay as Seattle snapped a three-game losing streak to finish the season 9-7. It had already clinched the NFL West title.
15 of 16AP
Panthers 31, Saints 21
Wideout Steve Smith catches a 22-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter as Carolina's starters beat the Saints' reserves in a game without postseason implications.
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Texans 14, Browns 6
Rookie Chris Taylor, starting in place of injured running back Ron Dayne, dives for the end zone on a 5-yard touchdown run in the third quarter against Cleveland. Houston finished the season 6-10, tripling their win total from last season.
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