week 16 of NFL The season continues on Saturday with an action-packed roster – and we’ve got you covered with all the must-see moments from across the league. As the qualifying race continues to heat up, so does the wintry weather, and The freezing cold temperatures and gusty winds are already proving to be taking their toll on the Christmas Eve schedule.
Eight out of 11 early-season games had kickoff temperatures below freezing — many in the single digits — and two of the three evening games had temperatures near or well below freezing, according to FOX Sports Research and FOX weather.
Here are the best plays from Saturday’s list!
moves like Renfrew
Las Vegas started the game with a 14-play touchdown drive that lasted over eight minutes. Derek Carr He hit wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, who put the moves on the Pittsburgh defense and found his way into the end zone for a 14-yard score.
Before halftime, both teams put a field goal on the board. Las Vegas leads 10-3 in the second half.
The Steelers’ defense got things bogged down early in the third period, with Carr starting.
They do it again
Although Pittsburgh was unable to capitalize on its first turnover of the quarter, it gave itself another chance late in the frame!
The Steelers’ backfield big man got up on this one.
Pittsburgh drove on a 10-play, 76-yard drive to take the lead with 46 seconds left!
With that drive, the Steelers got a 13-10 win over Las Vegas.
Work right out of the gate!
The boys recover
You must see it to believe it
In with a spin!
The turnover and subsequent coverage on the corner road by the Eagles defense allowed Dallas to take the first lead of the game, 14-10, early in the second quarter after Sir Lamb Rolling in a 36-yard touchdown from Prescott.
Back and forth battle
The Eagles stormed back to the lead, 17-14, next Minshew took it in himself In the middle of the second quarter. Both teams traded goals before the break to keep the game at three points, 20-17, with Philly leading.
The Eagles began to pull away in the third quarter, after a wide opening Devonta Smith The touchdown made it a 10-point game, 27-17, early in the frame.
Not so fast!
Dallas had other plans, however. field goal f Michael Gallup A touchdown complicated things again heading into the fourth quarter.
Eyes on the prize
The Eagles answered with Smith’s second touchdown of the night, putting Philly up 34-27 going into the fourth quarter. It marked the Eagles’ 36th consecutive red zone score, good for the NFL’s longest active streak.
increase in the fourth quarter
On the next possession, the Dallas offense lost no time on down charges, thanks TY Hilton.
Cowboys responded with Another Prescott Lamb landing That straightened things out again. Dallas then added two field goals, with the second coming after Costly eagles get stuck With less than two minutes left to secure the win.
Go will go gone!
Up for grabs
How did he catch that?
Duran led to Washington’s pitch, as a junior Jahan Dotson One stumbled to knot things upside down between the first half.
The Niners started the scoring in the second half with a massive 34-yard touchdown run George Keitel. Four-time Pro Bowl tight end He added another score two drives lateras San Francisco jumped out to a 21-7 lead late in the third quarter.
After two plays, McLaurin finished the job, He staggers in a short pass from Heinicke to score.
QB2 check in
After the Niners added three field goals in the fourth quarter to extend their lead, 30-14, the leaders put Carson Wentz in the game in place of Heinicke, and the veteran caller got one score before things were over.
Just how did they draw it?
man on a mission
Rookie QB Malik Willis He caught his first NFL touchdown on a difficult 14-yard run midway through the third quarter to give Tennessee the lead, 14-10.
Mills turned into Brandine cooks Late in the fourth quarter, the veteran receiver came in a big way for the Texans, tackling a 6-yard touchdown run to give Houston a 19-14 lead that they held until the end.
It was only Texas’ second win of the season, snapping a nine-game losing streak.
Erwin added another notch late in the second quarter to extend the Bengals’ lead to 22-0 at halftime.
On the third and 29, Mac Jones Send Hail Mary to the end zone that has landed in some way Jacoby Myershands down. Just like that, the Patriots scored 18 unanswered points after falling into the hole 22-0 in the first half.
down to the wire
After each team fumbled back-to-back drives, the Patriots ended up with the ball with less than a minute to play. However, they had to move away, and they were unable to make a comeback.
With a 25-yard reception in the first quarter, Justin Jefferson (1,661 yards) Set the new Vikings Record receiving yard in a season, breaking Randy Moss’ 2003 record (1,623) after appearances the previous season (1,616).
Then, with momentum on their side, the Vikings were first on the board with a courtesy touchdown run TJ Hawkinson.
Kirk Cousins He released one for Hawkinson, who wouldn’t let any number of Giants defenders stop him from scoring.
Then, he found Cousins Jefferson L Wild touchdown 17 yards to take a 24-16 lead.
Back and forth
Not going down without a fight, the Giants answered with a score of their own on the next drive.
In the end, it all came to pass Greg Josephwho kicked a 61-yard field goal as the clock expired to seal the winning home run.
Just like that, Carolina had a 31-7 advantage halfway through the third frame and never relinquished the lead.
Bridge the gap
Need for speed
Buffalo started the scoring in the second half with a 33-yard rushing kick Devin Singletary, with their first lead of the game, 14-10. Then, James Cook added a 27 yard touchdown run To extend the lead in the Bills, 21-10.
Fields found Philos Jones Jr For a 44-yard gain before turning the ball over early in the fourth quarter, the Bills ran away with a double-digit win on the road.
After going three times in the opening flight, the heads Bounce back dramatically on their second possession when Patrick Mahomes success Tony Cadarius for an 8-yard touchdown run to give KC the early lead.
What can’t he do?
Mahomes made an all-out effort making his way into the end zone, diving for the pylon to put the Chiefs up 24-3 late in the fourth, as the Chiefs cruised to an easy home win.
change of direction
Air game is strong
The turnover was a golden opportunity for Baltimore. Tyler Huntley – On the wounded Lamar Jackson – Connected with DeMarcus Robinson In the corner of the end zone for six. It was the first touchdown by a Ravens receiver since Week 3.
The Ravens continued to hold off the Falcons and came away with a home win, 17-9.
After trading field goals to close out the second quarter, the Saints got a third quarter scoring start with an 8-yard rush for a touchdown down the middle from Tesum Hill. With this score, Hill set a new record for most rushing touchdowns by not running in Saints history.
Right place right time
The Saints defense came up with a huge interception late in the third quarter on a tipped ball. Duran led to A.J 4 yard rushing touchdown From Alvin Camara to give the Saints a 17-10 lead that they held to the end.
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