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One play after a 44-yard pass from Philip Rivers to Eddie Royal, Branden Oliver punches in the Chargers' first TD of the game, cutting Kansas City's lead to 10-7. San Diego is in the playoffs with a win, while KC needs a win and some help.

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The Chiefs haven't had a wide receiver catch a touchdown all season ... and that's still the case after replay review rules that Dwayne Bowe fumbled at the goal line, and the TD is awarded to TE Travis Kelce who recovered the ball in the end zone. Chiefs lead the Chargers, 10-0.

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After a replay review, Dez Bryant has his second TD catch of the day, giving him a Cowboys' single-season record 16 on the season. Dallas leads Washington, 17-7.

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JJ Watt already has two sacks today against the Jaguars. If he gets half-a-sack more, he will become the first player ever with multiple 20-sack seasons.

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Dez Bryant's 65-yard TD was his 15th of 2014, tied with Terrell Owens for most in a season in Cowboys history.

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Jackson goes long again

DeSean Jackson gives the Redskins a 7-3 lead over the Cowboys on a 69-yard TD catch. It's Jackson's 8th reception of at least 50 yards this season, the most in the NFL.

With a loss today, the Titans will match the franchise record of 14 -- set by the old Houston Oilers -- and fans in Tennessee are expressing their frustration.

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