Kansas City Chiefs 7, Denver Broncos 3

The magic just wasn't there for Tim Tebow today. Once again, he had a dismal 6 completions for 60 yards. Willis McGahee rushed for 145 yards on 28 carries, but that was the only positive on offense for the Broncos. The Chiefs only score came off a 21-yard run from Dexter McCluster in the first quarter. Despite the home loss, the Broncos still made the playoffs due to an Oakland loss. 

San Diego Chargers 38, Oakland Raiders 26

Had the Raiders won, they would have been in the playoffs, but Philip Rivers and a 15-point deficit were too much to overcome. Rivers threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns, while Carson Palmer threw for 417. 

Pittsburgh Steelers 13, Cleveland Browns 9

Pittsburgh backs rushed for 161 yards as the Steelers smothered the Browns. With Seneca Wallace leading the way, Cleveland only managed 240 yards and 21 minutes of possession. 

Arizona Cardinals 23, Seattle Seahawks 20

The Cardinals gave up 10 unanswered points to allow the Seahawks to force overtime, but Jay Feely sealed the win with a 28-yard chip shot. Larry Fitzgerald saw 18 targets and caught half of them for 149 yards. Larod Stephens-Howling filled in well for Beanie Wells with 93 yards on 21 carries. 

Baltimore Ravens 24, Cincinnati Bengals 16

Ray Rice opened the game with a 70-yard touchdown and sealed it when he broke off a 51-yard burst with 5:52 remaining in the game. He ran for a total of 191 yards and two touchdowns on the day. Regardless, the Bengals still get into the playoffs. 

Atlanta Falcons 45, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24

This game was over before it even started. The Falcons stormed the Bucs with 42 straight points to open the game. Matt Ryan was only 6/9 for two touchdowns, but the team as a whole rushed for 251 yards. It's playoff time for the A.