NFL Scores Week 12: NFC Results, Playoffs, Stars, Sunday Night Football Recap

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Another excitement for NFL passed yesterday. We prepare all informations about NFL week 12. Here are the NFC results, playoffs and stars. Let's see sunday night football recap!

Minnesota Vikings 24 - Green Bay Packers 17

After Packers linebacker Clay Matthews's quarterback bag was knocked over to Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins ​​for over-hitting, the guests still had a chance to equalize - and used that with a touchdown and a two-point conversion.

Cousins now has a passer rating of 101.9, just above the career high of 101.6 he set in 2015.

Denver Broncos 24 - Pittsburgh Steelers 17

Pittsburgh seemed to land another Denver hit as Roethlisberger and JuJu Smith-Schuster duped the Broncos' Cover 1 defense and the Wide Out went over 97 yards into the end zone.

JuJu Smith is only the fourth player ever to score two scores of at least 95 yards.

Indianapolis Colts 27 - Miami Dolphins 24

Colts defense had to withstand and he did. Luck (30/37, 343 YDS, 3TD, 2INT) escaped the Pass Rush at last drive and found Chester Rogers out of balance for 34 yards.

Seattle Seahawks 30 - Carolina Panthers 27

Carolina relied on the towering running back Christian McCaffrey, who played well both over the run (125 yards rushing, a TD) and as a receiver (112 receiving yards, 1 TD). McCaffrey scored all 75 yards of the drive on his second touchdown alone and is the first player in the Panthers history with over a hundred rushing and receiving yards in one game.

Philadelphia Eagles 25 - New York Giants 22

New York's running back Saquon Barkley also confirmed his current Galaform against the Eagles with 13 Carries, 101 Rushing Yards, 1 TD and seven 41-yard pass-receptions and a receiving-touchdown.

Barkley is now averaging a whopping 26.2 PPR points per game. Coming into this season, the highest PPR average ever by an NFL rookie was Marcus Allen's 25.41 in 1982.

Cleveland Browns 35 - Cincinnati Bengals 20

Baker Mayfield showed his best game for the Browns (19/26, 258 yards, 4 TDs, QB rating of 143.9). In the first half Cleveland scored 28 points, this last succeeded in 1991. Thus, the Browns for the first time since 2014 retracted back-to-back victories, then against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and just as Cincinnati.

Buffalo Bills 24 - Jacksonville Jaguars 21

The Jaguars cashed a 75-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen to Robert Foster at the end of the first quarter. This allowed them in the second game successively a TD pass of at least 75 yards after Antonio Brown scored in the previous week, a 78 -year TD catch.

New England Patriots 27 - New York Jets 13

The New England Patriots clinched their eighth victory in week twelve thanks to a milestone by Tom Brady. Overall, the NFL superstar brought 20 of his 31 pass attempts for 283 yards space gain on the man. Two touchdown passes reach the 39-year-olds. Best actor of the Pats was Sony Michel, who ran 133 yards and a touchdown.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 - San Francisco 49ers 9

Jameis Winston is determined to make the most of his latest opportunity to prove he's Tampa Bay's long-term solution at quarterback. He sparkled in his first start in a month, throwing for 312 yards and two touchdowns.

Baltimore Ravens 34 - Oakland Raiders 1

Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson ran for a touchdown and threw for a score, Terrell Suggs returned a fumble 43 yards for a TD and the Baltimore Ravens ran past the Oakland Raiders.

Los Angeles Chargers 45 - Arizona Cardinals 10

That's the dream of every quarterback: Philip Rivers of the Los Angeles Chargers scored 25 successful consecutive passes in a 45-10 win over the Arizona Cardinals. All of his 19 passes in the first half arrived.

Philip Rivers finishes the day with the highest completion percentage (96.6%) in a single game in NFL history.

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