week 16 NFL The season continues on Saturday with an action-packed slate – and we’ve got you covered with all the watchable moments from the league. As the playoff race heats up, so does the winter weather, and freezing cold temperatures and windy gusts are expected to have a big impact on the 11-game Christmas Eve weekend.
Eight games had temperatures below zero, according to Fox Sports Research, and four games are expected to have nighttime temperatures in the single digits or negative. fox weather,
Accounts,Bear The game may have been the coldest in Soldier Field history in terms of wind chill, with a wind chill of anywhere between -9 and -20 degrees, while Saints,Tan Winds as high as 63 mph are expected at the game.
Here are the best dramas from Saturday’s slate!
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans
Derrick Henry scored a monster touchdown run against the Texans to get the Titans on the board early.
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Houston messed things up late in the first quarter with a failed Davis Mills touchdown run, courtesy of Rex Burkhead.
Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs
After going three-and-out on their opening drive, the Chiefs made a big comeback on their second possession, when Patrick Mahomes hit Kadarius Toney for an 8-yard touchdown to give KC the early lead.
Chiefs running back Jerrick McKinnon made his way to the end zone and forced his way through two Seahawks defensemen to increase KC’s lead to 14–0 midway through the second quarter.
New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings
With 25-yards receiving in the first quarter, Justin Jefferson (1,661 yards) set a new Vikings single-season receiving yards record, surpassing Randy Moss’ 2003 record (1,623) after falling the previous season (1,616). ) broke.
Then, with momentum in their favor, the Vikings were on the board first with a touchdown courtesy of TJ Hockenson.
After the Giants closed the gap to 10–7, Daniel Jones found Isaiah Hodgins for a staggering 29-yard gain that brought the NY fans to their feet.
Detroit Lions and Carolina Panthers
The Panthers took the lead in their opening drive thanks to excellent footwork from Rahim Blackshear.
The Lions came back with an early score of their own, as Jared Goff connected with Shane Zylstra.
Sam Darnold launched one to knock out DJ Moore, who followed up with a touchdown on the next play with a breathtaking 47-yard catch. Just like that, Carolina pulled out midway through the third frame with a 31–7 lead over Detroit.
Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots
The Joe Burrows-T Higgins connection was hot despite the cold weather and got a comfortable score in the first quarter.
The Bengals added six more points as Burrow launched one to beat Trent Irvin, who turned in the pass under pressure, eluding Patriots defenders.
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Irvin added another score late in the second quarter to extend the Bengals’ lead to 22–0 at halftime.
Buffalo Bills at Chicago Bears
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Justin Fields linked up with a wide open Dante Pettis Bearto take a 7-0 lead on the opening drive Accounts,
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Gabe Davis caught Josh Allen on a 19-yard touchdown pass midway through the first quarter to make it a one-all game, 7–6, resulting in a missed extra point due to heavy winds.
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Buffalo kicked off the second half scoring with a 33-yard touchdown rush from Devin Singletary to take their first lead of the game at 14–10.
Atlanta Falcons at Baltimore Ravens
Just as the Falcons were able to get into the red zone, Drake London was unable to catch the ball, and Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen caught the fumble to return the ball to Baltimore.
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The turnover was a golden opportunity for Baltimore. Tyler Huntley – replaced by an injured Lamar Jackson – connected with DeMarcus Robinson in the corner of the end zone for the six. It was the first touchdown by a Ravens receiver since Week 3.
New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns
Tan Defense caught Andy Dalton as Saints A cross to center field and a turnover resulted in a touchdown and a 7–0 lead for the Browns on the ensuing drive.
After trading field goals to close out the second quarter, the Saints began the third quarter with an 8-yard touchdown rush by running back Tessum Hill. With that score, Hill set a new record for most rushing touchdowns by a non-running back in Saints history.
Stay tuned for updates!
Washington Commanders at San Francisco 49ers (4:05 PM ET)
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Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys (4:25 PM ET, Fox)
Las Vegas Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers (8:15 PM ET)
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