Brady leads Bucs to win in Germany -
Ryan returns in stunning win by Colts - Packers shocking overtime victory - Alabama keeps bowl hopes alive, -Patriots snag possible 3rd
wild-card spot - NFL injuries updates
Brady takes buccaneers to victory in Germany
Tom Brady led the Buccaneers to a 21-16 victory against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL's first regular-season game ever played in Germany over the weekend, CBSSports reported. The Bucs remain at the top of the NFC South with a 5-5 record over the 4-6 Falcons.
Matt Ryan returns, gives Colts stunning first win for new coach Jeff Saturday
Matt Ryan returned as starting quarterback for the Colts for the first time in three weeks on Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders, leading the team to a 25-20 victory, CBSSports reported. Ryan completed 21 of 28 passes for 222 yards and one TD. It also marked the first win for new interim head coach Jeff Saturday. The Colts record improved to 4-5-1 and sit in second place in the AFC behind the 6-3 Titans.
Packers get shocking overtime win, end 195-game streak for Dallas
Aaron Rodgers has taken a lot of heat lately, but he worked some magic in the fourth quarter down 28-14 against the Cowboys. He tied the game with 2:29 seconds left to play. Rookie Christian Watson also had four catches on the day for 107 yards and three touchdowns. Mason Crosby kicked the game-winning 28-yard field goal to give the Cowboys the victory in overtime, CBSSports reported.
The Packers ended a streak for the Dallas Cowboys of winning an astounding 195 straight games, where they held at least a 14-point lead going into the fourth quarter.
Alabama keeps bowl hopes alive
Alabama pulled off a victory against Ole Miss on Saturday to move up in the polls, keeping New Year's Six bowl hopes alive for the Crimson Tide. However, most of the teams ranked above Alabama won over the weekend. Alabama is now ranked No. 8 in the USA Today Coaches Poll, three spots up from last week, Sports Illustrated reported.
Chargers' loss gives Patriots possible third wild-card spot
The New England Patriots had a bye week but gained some luck when the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night 22-16, changing the AFC postseason picture. The Patriots now hold the third wild-card slot for the AFC, NESN reported.
Here are the full AFC playoff standings after week 10:
1. Kansas City Chiefs (7-2; AFC West leader)
2. Miami Dolphins (7-3; AFC East leader)
3. Tennessee Titans (6-3; AFC South leader)
4. Baltimore Ravens (6-3; AFC North leader)
5. New York Jets (6-3; first wild card)
6. Buffalo Bills (6-3; second wild card)
7. New England Patriots (5-4; third wild card)
Updates: NFL injuries
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter against the Cardinals on Sunday, with head coach Sean McVay saying the wideout "may miss some time, but [the injury is] not catastrophic… But "didn't look good," NFL.com reported.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott remains inactive recovering from a knee injury suffered in Week 7.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray sat out week 10 with a hamstring injury.
Los Angeles Rams starter Matthew Stafford remains out on concussion protocol.