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NFL Week 14 Recap – Tributes, Injuries, and Defeats

With only a few weeks left in the 2017-18 regular season, many teams are clenching their position in the postseason while others have successfully tanked to pick up new talent in the offseason. However, some teams are still clawing their way to the top in a fight to the finish.

In Week 14 of the NFL season, the Atlanta Falcons beat the Saints 20-17. The Packers beat the Browns in overtime, 27-21, while the Lions beat the Buccaneers, 24-21. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders, 26-15, and the Panthers beat the Vikings, 31-24.

The 49ers defeated the Deshaun Watson-less Texans, 26-16, and the Bills beat the Colts in a snow day showdown, 13-7. The Bears smacked the Bengals, 33-7 and the Cowboys demolished their division rivals, the Giants, 30-10. The Cardinals beat the Titans, 12-7, and the Jets went scoreless against the Broncos, who put up 23.

The Chargers beat the Redskins, 30-13, and the Jaguars beat the Seahawks, 30-24. The Eagles beat the Rams, 43-35, even after their star quarterback, Carson Wentz, left the game with a torn ACL. In the two primetime matchups, the Steelers beat the Ravens, 39-38, and dedicated their win to their injured teammate, Ryan Shaizer. However, the Monday night matchup was not as gratifying, at least not for Tom Brady. The greatest quarterback in the league, arguably ever, Tom Brady, took a devastating loss to the Miami Dolphins, 27-20.

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