The regular seasons end is in sight and there still remains a fight for the wild card games. Some teams have guaranteed themselves a play-off position but results this week through many cats amongst many pigeons.
As the temperature rose, so did the excitement, none more than in Dallas which makes my game of the week.
Week 14 Highlight - Chicago Bears 10 Denver Broncos 13
The Tebow Train keeps on going as the quarterback led yet another late rally and overtime win.
This time it was the Bears on the recieving of Tebow's uncanny nature of winning late this season. After a scoreless three quarters, Tebow found DeMaryius Thomas for a 10-yard touchdown. Denver then got the ball back with only 58 seconds to go, which inevitably pumped up Tebow. The quarterback drove forward far enough for Matt Prater to kick a field goal as time expired.
In Overtime, Bears running back Mario Barber fumbled the ball which was recovered by Broncos Defensive End Elvis Dumervil. Prater then secured Broncos sixth straight victory as most peoples faith is now coming back to Tim Tebow.
FACT - Half of Broncos victories have been in Overtime. 'The Tebow Effect'
The Packers were at their attacking best and when they are in this mood no one can stop them. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is sure to be the Season MVP to add to his MVP from last February's Superbowl and put on another superb display
Cleveland Browns 3 Pittsburgh Steelers 14
The Steelers and their quarterback quite literally hobbled past the Browns as Ben Roethlisberger battled through an ankle sprain to get his team victory
New England Patriots 34 Washington Redskins 27
Tom Brady was in the mood in the capital on Sunday as the Patriots QB threw three touchdowns for 357 yards. One of the stars of the season Rob Gronkowski also set an NFL single season record for most touchdown catches by a tight end (15).
Kansas City Chiefs 10 New York Jets 37
The Jets are keeping up the pace in the race for the play offs as QB Mark Sanchez threw two touchdown passes as well as running in for two more himself
Houston Texans 20 Cincinnati Bengals 19
The Texans sealed their status as this seasons AFC South champions as rookie quarterback T.J Yates led the biggest drive in the Texans history (80 yards) to throw a winning touchdown to wide receiver Kevin Walter with only two seconds left.
FACT - This is the first time the Houston Texans have ever made the play-offs
Indianapolis Colts 10 Baltimore Ravens 24
The Ravens were supreme in defence, with linebacker Terrell Suggs sacking Colts QB Dan Orlovsky three times and also forcing three fumbles keeping Indy winless.
Minnesota Vikings 28 Detroit Lions 34
The Lions scraped past their NFC North rivals by the skin of their teeth with Vikings backup QB Joe Webb fumbling deep in Detroit's territory when on the brink of a winning touchdown
Atlanta Falcons 31 Carolina Panthers 23
A fourth quarter turn around courtesy of QB Matt Ryan and rookie WR Julio Jones won the game for the Falcons after being 16 points behind the Panthers at one point.
Philadelphia Eagles 26 Miami Dolphins 10
A 24-point second quarter blitz from the Eagles was the difference in Florida alongside nine sacks. After missing three games with a rib injury, QB Michael Vick was back in business as the Eagles look to complete a late push for the Play Offs.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14 Jacksonville Jaguars 41
Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew became the franchise's all time career touchdowns, scoring four (2 receiving, 2 rushing) against one of the worst defensive teams in the league. Despite being 14-0 down, Jacksonville went on score 41 unanswered points.
FACT - Jacksonville scored on offense, defence and special teams in a game for the first time since 1998
New Orleans Saints 22 Tennessee Titans 17
The Saints made it five consecutive wins as Drew Brees found Marques Colston twice in the fourth quarter to snatch victory from an impressive Titans side
San Francisco 49ers 19 Arizona Cardinals 21
QB John Skelton stepped in for the injured Kevin Kolb and led the Cardinals to victory over the Play-Off bound 49ers, with this being only their third loss of the season.
Buffalo Bills 10 San Diego Chargers 37
QB Philip Rivers showed his critics what he can do when on form leading his Chargers side to victory throwing three touchdowns for 240 yards to keep them in the race for the play offs.
Sunday Night Football & Game of the Week - New York Giants 37 Dallas Cowboys 34
In my opinion, the best game of the season. It had everything and yet again the fourth quarter belonged to Eli Manning (400 yards, 2 TD's) as the victory made the Giants favourites to steal the Cowboys play-off place away. The star QB ended the Giants' four-game losing streak with a bang throwing two touchdowns in the final few minutes to steal victory. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo wasn't out of form either throwing 4 TD's for 321 yards but the victory for New York sets up a huge game on New Years day when the two teams will be expected to be in a play-off of their own for the NFC East Championship.
St Louis Rams 13 Seattle Seahawks 30
Marshawn Lynch rushed for over 100 yards for the fifth time in six game, with him bathed in skittles in the end zone as he celebrated his touchdown. Meanwhile the Rams cannot wait for the season to end as they look forward to a fresh start next season.