NFL: Green Bay holds in the playoff race


The Green Bay Packers beat the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League (NFL) on Sunday (local time) and are still in the running for the playoff spots after winning this key game. The Packers prevailed after a half-time deficit with 26:20 (13:20). The Tampa Bay Buccaneers also celebrated a comeback victory, who are only missing one win to enter the postseason.

In Miami, the team around quarterback Aaron Rodgers benefited from three turnovers by his opponent Tua Tagovailoa in the final quarter. Rodgers threw for 238 yards and a touchdown to lead the Packers to their third straight win. Kicker Mason Crosby scored four field goals in his record game for Green Bay – nobody has recorded 256 appearances in a row so far.

With seven wins and eight losses, Green Bay is still within reach of the New York Giants (8:6:1) and Washington Commanders (7:7:1) in the last two wildcard places of the NFC with two games before the end of the regular season . Miami (8-7) conceded their fourth loss in a row and must tremble in the AFC for participation in the play-offs. Currently you are still on the third wildcard rank.

Tampa Bay shoots game in Arizona

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were 6-16 behind and won the Arizona Cardinals 19-16 thanks to a field goal in overtime. Kicker Ryan Succop converted all four of his attempts in the game. Brady threw for 281 yards and a touchdown, but also lost two turnovers. In the last quarter and in extra time, however, the 45-year-old shone like in the best of times.

AP/Rick Scooters

As so often this season, Brady and his Buccaneers struggled to win in Arizona

The Buccaneers remain at the top of their NFC South Division after their seventh win of the season. On the coming match day, they can secure the division title and qualify for the play-off with a win against their direct rivals, the Carolina Panthers (6:9).

Denver sinks in Los Angeles

In what was ultimately a meaningless game of two disappointments of the season, defending champion Los Angeles Rams defeated the Denver Broncos 51-14. Man of the game was Rams running back Cam Akers with three touchdowns and 118 yards gain. However, both teams have no chance of progressing.

National Football League

week 16

Thursday, December 22:
NY Jets Jacksonville 3:19
Saturday, December 24th:
Baltimore Atlanta 17:9
Carolina Detroit 37:23
Chicago Buffalo 13:35
Cleveland New Orleans 10:17
Kansas City Seattle 24:10
Minnesota NY Giants 27:24
New England Cincinnati 18:22
Tennessee Houston 14:19
San Francisco Washington 37:20
Dallas Philadelphia 40:34
Pittsburgh Las Vegas 13:10
Sunday 25 December:
Miami Green Bay 20:26
LA Rams Denver 51:14
Arizona Tampa Bay 16:19 n.V.
Monday, December 26:
Indianapolis LA Chargers -:-

American Football Conference

National Football Conference

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