Week 16 of the NFL season continues Sunday with a slew of can’t-miss matchups.
Here are the top moments from Week 16.
While the Seahawks found the end zone through the air, the Bears decided to try their luck on the ground, tying the game with a David Montgomery rushing touchdown.
Just keep pushing
Two Steelers hit Clyde Edwards-Helaire, neither brought him down, and the result was a touchdown for the Chiefs.
For the 10th consecutive game, the Chiefs recorded an interception, this one coming from Charvarius Ward.
Two for one
The Steelers were down big early, but Chase Claypool was doing his part to try and get them back into the game with consecutive tough catches to move the chains in the second quarter.
The route is on
Mecole Hardman joined in on the fun for the Chiefs in the second quarter, scoring a red zone touchdown to extend their lead to 23-0 over the Steelers.
Patience is key
There weren’t any point scored between the Broncos and Raiders in the first quarter, but there were signs of life in the second.
Defense into offense
The Broncos offense spent the majority of the first half sputtering, so naturally, their defense gave them a boost.
Bradley Chubb intercepted Carr to put the Broncos in scoring position, where they would eventually take a 13-7 lead into the half.
4th & Go
Teams are going for it on fourth own more and more in this age’s analytics-driven game. The Bills opted for the numbers on their first drive into the red zone, striking first with this Josh Allen dime to Isaiah McKenzie.
The best part of Josh Allen’s game differs depending on who you ask. On this play, he showed why some folks think it’s his running ability.
Right place, right time
That’s exactly what Micah Hyde was on this critical pick late in the second.
I can Digg it
Boy is it hard to stop Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs.
Welcome back to the end zone, Damien Harris.
1 … 2 …
Guess who for New England?
Never a question
On Buffalo’s next drive, it opted to go for it on another 4th down. Sean McDermott put the ball in Josh Allen’s hands … And he delivered.
This would be the finishing touch on a 33-21 win for the Bills to put them in first-place in the AFC East.
Never a bad time
Any time a defense can get a takeaway, it’s a good thing. Despite allowing the Vikes to push their way into the red zone, L.A. thwarted their scoring attempt with a clutch interception from Travin Howard.
Barr had Stafford in lockdown:
Minnesota followed the INT up with an Alexander Mattison TD:
He’s got blockers …
Get griddy with it!
Big play Kirk
The Rams would eventually hold on to win 30-23 and clinch their spot in the NFC playoffs while also moving into first place in the NFC West.
Flock to the end zone
Hey, Josh Johnson, welcome back to the starting lineup!
Joe Mixon sniffed his way past the pylon, using his hyper end-zone-sensing capabilities on this play for Cincy:
Goodbye, Tyler Boyd!
Mixon ’em up
Make that two for Mixon.
Tee it up!
It was only right that Higgins pulled in the ensuing TD grab.
Keepin’ it consistent
Another Sunday, another Mark Andrews TD. It’s like clockwork.