Colts 35, Lions 33: Andrew Luck tossed a short pass to Donnie Avery, and the receiver raced untouched for a 14-yard touchdown as time expired to give Indianapolis a comeback victory over Detroit. Luck has won more games (eight) than any other rookie quarterback drafted No. 1 in the Super Bowl era, surpassing St. Louis' Sam Bradford (2010) and New England's Jim Plunkett (1971).
Seahawks 23, Bears 17: Russell Wilson threw two late touchdown passes, connecting with Sidney Rice for a 13-yard score with 7:33 left in overtime to lift Seattle over Chicago. A 97-yard touchdown drive late in regulation gave the Seahawks a lead that didn't last, and they finally won on Rice's catch after Chicago's Robbie Gould sent it into overtime with a field goal.
Steelers 23, Ravens 20: Third-string quarterback Charlie Batch directed a 61-yard drive in the closing minutes, and Shaun Suisham kicked a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give Pittsburgh the victory in Baltimore.
Packers 23, Vikings 14: Safety Morgan Burnett intercepted two passes in the red zone in the second half, leading to two field goals as Green Bay defeated Minnesota to take a share of the NFC North lead. James Starks gave Green Bay its first touchdown on the ground in almost two months.
Chiefs 27, Panthers 21: A day after linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend and then himself, Kansas City played its best game this season to defeat Carolina.
Patriots 23, Dolphins 16: Tom Brady stuck with short throws for much of the afternoon and was content to hand off during a clock-consuming drive in the fourth quarter that helped New England beat Miami to clinch its fourth consecutive division title. A botched punt, a roughing-the-punter penalty and fumble by Miami resulted in 17 New England points, and another penalty negated a Dolphins touchdown.
Broncos 31, Buccaneers 23: Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, including one to defensive tackle Mitch Unrein, to help Denver defeat Tampa Bay and wrap up the AFC West title. Manning's second touchdown pass gave him 28 this season and moved him past Jake Plummer and John Elway for the most by a Denver quarterback in a season.
Texans 24, Titans 10: Rookie linebacker Whitney Mercilus recovered a fumble and had two sacks as Houston (11-1) clinched a playoff berth and set a franchise record for wins in a season. The Texans forced six turnovers and sacked Jake Locker six times.
Bengals 20, Chargers 13: Quarterback Andy Dalton scrambled up the middle for a 6-yard touchdown with 4:11 left for the go-ahead score, and Cincinnati defeated staggering San Diego for its fourth consecutive victory.
Jets 7, Cardinals 6: Third-string quarterback Greg McElroy stepped in for a struggling Mark Sanchez and helped lead New York to an ugly victory over Arizona. With backup quarterback Tim Tebow inactive as he heals from two broken ribs, coach Rex Ryan turned to McElroy late in the third quarter as the crowd at MetLife Stadium cheered wildly.
Bills 34, Jaguars 18: Ryan Fitzpatrick directed the offense to five consecutive scoring drives, leading Buffalo past Jacksonville. Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes and scored on a 1-yard run.