NFL scores 2015: Follow all the Week 16 action from Sunday

The Chiefs, Steelers and Jets can keep the pressure on the Broncos by earning wins on Sunday.

A handful of spots in the postseason are still up for grabs and the second-to-last Sunday of the 2015 NFL regular season will help to sort those out. NHL16 HUT Coins on


One of those spots was already claimed in Week 16 on Saturday, when Washington won the NFC East by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles and New York Giants were already eliminated in the NFC Wild Card race, but still had postseason hopes alive, thanks to the lackluster records in the NFC East.


With the hopes of the Giants and Eagles officially extinguished, 16 teams have officially been eliminated and nine teams are still alive entering Sunday.


In the first slate on nine games, the biggest story was the Falcons ending the Panthers’ perfect season with a 20-13 win. Atlanta kept its faint playoff hopes alive with the win.


Last week, the Houston Texans snagged a one-game lead in the AFC South with a win over the Indianapolis Colts and could have end the race altogether by beating the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, as long as it was coupled with a loss for the Colts. But the Colts, who lost Matt Hasselbeck due to injury, held on to beat the Dolphins. The Texans blew out the Titans, which officially eliminated the Jacksonville Jaguars from the playoffs before their game with the New Orleans Saints.


However, the best race for playoff spots is the four-team drag race for the other three spots in the AFC. Entering Week 16, the New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs were all on winning streaks and tied at 9-5, just one game behind the Denver Broncos who have a chance at missing the postseason even if they find an 11th win. The Chiefs beat the Browns to win their ninth straight game, but the Steelers fell to the Ryan Mallett-led Ravens. Kansas City clinched a spot in the playoffs while the Steelers’ loss gave the AFC North title to the Cincinnati Bengals. NHL 16 Ultimate Team Coins on sale


In dramatic fashion, the Jets topped the Patriots in overtime to keep their playoff hopes alive.


The Broncos don’t play until a Monday Night Football matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Chiefs’ win put pressure on them in the AFC West race.


In the second group of games, the Cardinals and Packers had a showdown between two of the NFC’s top teams, but it didn’t look like it, as the Cardinals dominated the Packers from start to finish. The Rams were in Seattle for an always wild division game with the Seahawks, and they walked out of Seattle with a victory. The Saints scored 38 points to beat the Jaguars in a meaningless but fun one. NHL 16 Coins for sale.


Below, we’ve got all of the Week 16 games, with scores updated throughout the day.