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Sunday, September 30, 2001

Monday, October 1, 2001

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Lions 20, Bears 14

Detroit (11-4) overcame three turnovers -- including two red zone INTs thrown by Matthew Stafford -- to ruin Jimmy Clausen's first start since 2011 and defeat Chicago (5-10).

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Steelers 20, Chiefs 12

The Steelers (10-5) clinched a playoff berth for the first time since the 2011 season, all but ending the playoff hopes of the Chiefs (8-7) despite 300 passing yards from QB Alex Smith.

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Panthers 17, Browns 13

The Panthers (6-8-1) used a fourth-quarter TD pass from Cam Newton to Jonathan Stewart to come back and beat the Browns (7-8), setting up a Week 17 showdown with the Falcons for the NFC South title.

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Falcons 30, Saints 13

The Falcons' defense forced four turnovers, including two picks of Drew Brees, as Atlanta (6-9) stayed alive in the playoff race, while New Orleans (6-9) was eliminated.

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Patriots 17, Jets 16

The Jets (3-12) made Tom Brady pay for it, with a season-high four sacks in the first half, but the Patriots (12-3) came from behind to take what was probably Rex Ryan's final rivalry game.

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On fourth-and-short, the Chiefs settle for a field goal to cut the Steelers' lead to 20-12 with under 2 minutes left. However, Pittsburgh recovered the ensuing onside kick, and will be able to run the clock out.

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The Bears receivers aren't helping Jimmy Clausen (23-of-37) in his first start after replacing the benched Jay Cutler. They have dropped seven passes today.

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NFC South Update

Drew Brees throws an interception -- his second of the day -- all but clinching the loss for the Saints. They'll likely need the Browns to come back and beat the Panthers to stay alive in the division race. Carolina leads 17-13 with under five minutes left.

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Packers 20, Buccaneers 3

Randall Cobb (131 yards) and Jordy Nelson (113) topped the 100-yard receiving mark and Eddie Lacy nearly rushed for 100 as Green Bay dominated from start to finish to clinch a playoff spot.

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NFC South Update

Right as the Panthers regain the lead over the Browns on a Cam Newton TD pass to Jonathan Stewart, Harry Douglas takes a screen pass to midfield for the Falcons, who lead the Saints 20-14 with under 5 minutes left.

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