Sunday's games

Bengals 34, Ravens 17: Andy Dalton threw for two touchdowns and ran for one, leading Cincinnati to a win despite throwing four interceptions. The AFC North champions went 8-0 at home.

Saints 42, Buccaneers 17: Drew Brees passed for four touchdowns and ran for one, and New Orleans clinched a wild-card spot. Brees passed for 381 yards, eclipsing 5,000 in a season for an unprecedented fourth time.

Chargers 27, Chiefs 24: San Diego reached the playoffs after a three-year drought. The Chiefs go into the playoffs having lost five of seven.

Seahawks 27, Rams 9: Malcolm Smith returned an interception 37 yards for a touchdown, and Seattle clinched the NFC West title and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Seahawks (13-3) matched the franchise record for wins in a season.

Jets 20, Dolphins 7: Geno Smith led three long scoring drives and ran for a touchdown, and two interceptions by rookie Dee Milliner and one by 35-year-old Ed Reed prevented a Miami comeback. The Dolphins missed the playoffs by losing their last two games.

Steelers 20, Browns 7: Le'Veon Bell ran for 90 yards and a touchdown, but Pittsburgh's bid to become the second team in NFL history to go winless in September and make the playoffs ended when San Diego won.

Panthers 21, Falcons 20: Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes, Greg Hardy had a team-record four sacks and Carolina clinched the NFC South and earned a first-round bye. Carolina, which won 11 of its last 12, set a team record by sacking Matt Ryan nine times.

Patriots 34, Bills 20: LeGarrette Blount rushed for a career-high 189 yards and two touchdowns and had two long kickoff returns as New England clinched a first-round AFC bye.

Colts 30, Jaguars 10: Andrew Luck threw for 282 yards and one touchdown for Indianapolis, which outscored its last three opponents 78-20.

Titans 16, Texans 10: Chris Johnson ran for 127 yards and a touchdown for Tennessee. With its 14th straight loss, Houston (2-14) clinched the No. 1 selection in the 2014 draft.

Giants 20, Redskins 6: New York's Jerrel Jernigan caught a 24-yard touchdown pass and ran 49 yards for another score in what might be Mike Shanahan's final game as Washington coach. His team lost its final eight games.

Vikings 14, Lions 13: Cordarrelle Patterson scored two touchdowns, including the go-ahead catch in the fourth quarter, and Minnesota won its final game at the Metrodome after 32 seasons.

Packers 33, Bears 28: Aaron Rodgers fired a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the final minute, and Green Bay beat Chicago to capture the NFC North.

Eagles 24, Cowboys 22: Philadelphia won the NFC East for the first time since 2010 a year after going 4-12, which led to Andy Reid's departure and the hiring of Chip Kelly.

-- ASSOCIATED PRESS