All NFL Final Scores For Week 13 of 2021 Games

The Chargers took care of business, defeating the Cincinnati Bengals, while the Lions secured their first win of the season

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December is officially here and it’s getting to be crunch time in the NFL. 

Teams are still eyeing playoff spots as there is only five weeks left in the regular season. Week 13 provides some pivotal matchups for those looking to keep their postseason hopes alive. 

There are four teams on a bye this week -- the Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns and Carolina Panthers. 

The week began with Taysom Hill having a rough return to the New Orleans Saints. The QB was picked off four times by the Dallas Cowboys in the 27-17 Thursday Night Football win for Dallas, one of those going to Trevon Diggs for his ninth interception of the season. Dak Prescott threw for 238 yards and a score, CeeDee Lamb racked up seven catches for 89 yards and Tony Pollard ripped off a 58-yard rushing touchdown as the Cowboys improved to 8-4. 

In the 1 pm window on Sunday, the Detroit Lions won their first game of the season in dramatic fashion. Jared Goff found Amon-Ra St. Brown in the end zone on the final play of the game to beat the Minnesota Vikings, 29-27.

The Los Angeles Chargers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals behind a 317-yard, three-touchdown performance from Justin Herbert. Chargers wideout Keenan Allen caught two of Herbert's touchdowns on the day.

The Arizona Cardinals improved their record to 10-2, the NFL's best this season.

The Cardinals remain undefeated on the road (7-0) and intercepted Andy Dalton four times in a 33-22 victory over the Chicago Bears.
Kyler Murray had an incredible day, throwing for two touchdowns and rushing for two scores in his first game back from injury.

Down in Georgia, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers completed a season sweep of their NFC South foe, the Atlanta Falcons. Tom Brady threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns in a 30-17 victory. Two of those touchdowns went to longtime teammate Rob Gronkowski.

Elsewhere in the early games, the Miami Dolphins extended their winning streak to five by defeating the New York Giants, 20-9.

The Philadelphia Eagles bounced back at the Meadowlands against the New York Jets behind an inspired performance from Gardner Minshew.

The Indianapolis Colts dominated the Houston Texans for the second time this season. Jonathan Taylor rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns in the 31-0 shutout.

In a stinging upset for the Baltimore Ravens, Big Ben and the Steelers eked out a 20-19 at home. Roethlisberger tossed two touchdown passes to Diontae Johnson and threw for 236 yards on 21/31 attempts. 

The Ravens will rue their crunch time decision making as they opted to go for a victory via a two-point conversion with 12 seconds left, but Lamar Jackson failed to hit tight end Mark Andrews. Jackson managed 253 passing yards with an additional 55 rushing yards in the loss.

Meanwhile, in Seattle, the Seahawks broke their losing streak by repelling a late comeback attempt from Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers. The Seahawks stopped the 49ers inside the 10-yard line four times at the end of the game to hold on to a 30-23 win. 

Russell Wilson threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, hitting Tyler Lockett and D’Wayne Eskridge in the endzone. The Seahawks executed an electric fake punt play that saw Travis Homer complete a 73-yard run for a touchdown.

The Los Angeles Rams got back on track after a three-game losing streak as they took down the Jacksonville Jaguars 37-7. Matthew Stafford put on an exhibition, with 295 yards and three touchdowns through the air. 

Odell Beckham Jr. found the endzone for his second touchdown as a Ram, while Cooper Kupp and Van Jefferson added an additional score each. Running back Sony Michel rushed for a touchdown while running for 121 yards on 24 carries. 

The Washington Football Team increased their winning streak to four games, beating the Las Vegas Raiders in an impressive away win. WFT kicker Brian Johnson nailed a field goal with 43 seconds left to secure the victory. 

Taylor Heinicke continued his good form with another solid performance, throwing for 196 yards on 23/30 attempts with two touchdowns. Running back Antonio Gibson put in another great shift, contributing 111 combined yards and a receiving touchdown.

Patrick Mahomes kept his undefeated record against the Denver Broncos alive in a 22-9 victory on Sunday night. Mahomes, who is 8-0 versus Denver, threw for 183 yards and an interception, but the Chiefs’ defense came to play and provided the points needed via a Daniel Sorenson pick-six.

The defense also managed to pressure Broncos’ quarterback Teddy Bridgewater enough that he threw two second-half interceptions and struggled on third- and fourth-down conversions. A bright spot for the Broncos was running back Javonte Williams, who led the Denver offense in both receiving and rushing yards. His total contribution was 172 offensive yards and a touchdown.

The win moves Andy Reid and the Chiefs to 8-4 on the season, while the Broncos sit at 6-6.

The Buffalo Bills hosted the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, falling 14-10 to the Patriots’ historically run-heavy offense.

The weather conditions, which included wind gusts of up to 50 miles-per-hour, dictated the play style for both teams and saw Patriots quarterback Mac Jones only attempt three passes. Instead, New England successfully relied on their run game as Damien Harris rushed for 111 yards with a touchdown, and Rhamondre Stevenson added another 78 yards on the ground. Jones finished with 19 yards through the air.

The Bills struggled despite being at home, as Josh Allen completely only half of his 30 pass attempts for 145 passing yards and a touchdown. The Bills fall to 7-5 on the season while the Patriots improve to 9-4 after defeating their AFC East rivals.

Here’s a look at the full Week 13 schedule.

Watch all NFL Week 13 games online at FuboTV (free trial here).

Last week's NFL scores

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Thanksgiving was on Thursday, a day where all NFL fans are treated to some extra football. The day started off with the Chicago Bears outlasting the winless Lions in Detroit. Cairo Santos drilled a 28-yard field goal as time expired to give Chicago a 16-14 victory.

The late afternoon game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Las Vegas Raiders was a Thanksgiving thriller. The Raiders secured their first victory in over a month, upsetting the Cowboys in a 36-33 overtime win. Daniel Carlson nailed the game-winning 29-yard field goal after Cowboys defensive back Anthony Brown was called for pass interference on third-and-18 to put the Raiders in range. 

The Buffalo Bills gave fans a bit of dessert on Thanksgiving night, feasting on the New Orleans Saints in the final game of the day. Josh Allen threw for 260 yards and four touchdowns in a 31-6 rout. Bills tight end Dawson Knox caught two of Allen's four TD passes and wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught a touchdown for the third straight game. 

During the early Sunday slate, a pair of AFC teams improved their playoff standings with big home wins, while an NFC division leader earned a hard-fought road win.

Leonard Fournette and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won a thrilling 38-31 contest against the Indianapolis Colts. Fournette scored his fourth touchdown of the day with 20 seconds left in regulation to give the Bucs a lead. The Colts still had a chance to tie the game from the Tampa Bay 32-yard line, but Carson Wentz’s final passing attempt was intercepted, marking the fifth Bucs turnover on the day. The win brought the Bucs to 8-3, while the Colts are now 6-6.

The New England Patriots extended their winning streak to six games with a 36-13 triumph over the shorthanded Tennessee Titans. Rookie Mac Jones threw for 310 yards and two touchdowns, while the New England defense forced four turnovers. J.C. Jackson had a forced fumble and an end zone interception as the Patriots re-took first place in the AFC East.

The Cincinnati Bengals flat-out dominated the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 41-10 in an AFC North showdown. Joe Mixon exploded for 165 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while Joe Burrow also posted two touchdowns on the afternoon. On the other side, Ben Roethlisberger had three turnovers, including a back-breaking pick-six in the final minute of the first half.

Down in Miami, the Dolphins upset the Carolina Panthers 33-10. Cam Newton struggled mightily in his second start of the season, going 5-for-21 through the air with two interceptions before getting pulled from the game in the fourth quarter. Myles Gaskin and Jaylen Waddle powered the Dolphins’ offense, combining for three touchdowns as Miami improved to 5-7 on the year.

The New York Giants pulled off an NFC East upset over the visiting Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. Daniel Jones found Chris Myarick for the Giants’ only touchdown on the day. Meanwhile, Jalen Hurts was picked off three times and Boston Scott had a crucial fumble as the Eagles fell below .500 at 5-6.

The Atlanta Falcons bounced back with a 21-14 win against the Jaguars in Jacksonville. Cordarrelle Patterson ran rampant in his return from injury, picking up 108 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. The win keeps the Falcons in the NFC playoff picture at 5-6, while the Jags now sit at 2-9 on the year.

Zach Wilson and the New York Jets also won by a 21-14 score, edging the Texans in Houston. The rookie QB struggled through the air, but he found the end zone with his legs. Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes for the Texans, but the team still dropped to 2-9 on the season while the Jets got their third win of 2021.

For the 4 p.m. ET window, Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers extended their winning streak to three Sunday afternoon with a win over the Minnesota Vikings that brings them to 6-5. Garoppolo threw for 230 yards and one touchdown but the MVP of the game was Deebo Samuel who completed two rushing TDs on the evening. Samuel now has five rushing TDs this season.

The Denver Broncos redeemed themselves this week by defeating the Los Angeles Chargers 28-13 in an AFC West clash to go to 6-5 on the season. Drew Lock entered the game for Teddy Bridgewater who suffered a lower leg injury during the second quarter. Bridgewater returned and sealed the game for the Broncos, throwing for 129 yards and two total touchdowns in the win.

Having Justin Herbert as the team's leading rusher may not have been the recipe for a Chargers win. If Denver is able to win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 13, the team will take the divisional lead in the AFC West.

Meanwhile, two of the top teams in the NFC went head-to-head as the Los Angeles Rams went north to face the Green Bay Packers. The Packers came out on top with a 36-28 win with Aaron Rodgers leading the way with 307 passing yards and two TDs on the night. Matthew Stafford's three TDs on the afternoon were not enough as the Packers moved to 9-3 on the season.

The Rams' newest wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., scored his first receiving touchdown since Oct. 4, 2020, on a 54-yard reception in the loss.

The Baltimore Ravens survived a sloppy display on Sunday Night Football, overcoming four Lamar Jackson interceptions to outlast the Cleveland Browns 16-10. The win moves the Ravens to 8-3 on the season and keeps them at the top of the AFC North. 

The win can be mostly attributed to the Ravens’ defense snuffing out the Browns’ run game, leaving running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt with a combined 36 yards. Though quarterback Baker Mayfield managed to throw for 247 yards and a touchdown, the Baltimore defense hassled him into inconsistency through the air. 

The loss leaves Cleveland with a 6-6 record and will relish the rest of a bye week in Week 13.

Kendall Fuller made a game-sealing interception on Russell Wilson's two-point conversion attempt with 15 seconds remaining to give the Washington Football Team a 17-15 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

Wilson had connected with Freddy Swain for a 32-yard touchdown on the previous play, pulling the Seahawks within two.

J.D. McKissic had two touchdowns, including a 10-yard TD run that, along with Antonio Gibson's ensuing two-point conversion, gave Washington a 17-9 lead with 8:30 left in the third. Gibson had 29 carries for 111 yards and seven catches for 35 yards. Washington improved to 5-6 to move into the final NFC wild card spot.

Wilson completed 20 of 31 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns for the 3-8 Seahawks.

All NFL scores from previous games

Week 11

Patriots 25, Falcons 0

Colts 41, Bills 15

Ravens 16, Bears 13

Browns 13, Lions 10

Texans 22, Titans 13

Vikings 34, Packers 31

Dolphins 24, Jets 17

Eagles 40, Saints 29

Washington 27, Panthers 21

49ers 30, Jaguars 10

Bengals 32, Raiders 13

Chiefs 19, Cowboys 9

Cardinals 23, Seahawks 13

Chargers 41, Steelers 37

Buccaneers 30, Giants 10

Week 10

Dolphins 22, Ravens 10

Cowboys 43, Falcons 3

Titans 23, Saints 21

Colts 23, Jaguars 17

Patriots 45, Browns 7

Bills 45, Jets 17

Lions 16, Steelers 16 (OT)

Washington 29, Buccaneers 19

Panthers 34, Cardinals 10

Vikings 27, Chargers 20

Eagles 30, Broncos 13

Packers 17, Seahawks 0

Chiefs 41, Raiders 14

49ers 31, Rams 10

Week 9

Colts 45, Jets 30

Browns 41, Bengals 16

Broncos 30, Cowboys 16

Dolphins 17, Texans 9

Falcons 27, Saints 25

Giants 23, Raiders 16

Patriots 24, Panthers 6

Jaguars 9, Bills 6

Ravens 34, Vikings 31 (OT)

Chargers 27, Eagles 24

Chiefs 13, Packers 7

Cardinals 31, 49ers 17

Titans 28, Rams 16

Steelers 29, Bears 27

Week 8

Packers 24, Cardinals 21

Jets 34, Bengals 31

Titans 34, Colts 31 (OT)

Rams 38, Texans 22

Steelers 15, Browns 10

Eagles 44, Lions 6

49ers 33, Bears 22

Panthers 19, Falcons 13

Bills 26, Dolphins 11

Patriots 27, Chargers 24

Seahawks 31, Jaguars 7

Denver 17, Washington 10

Saints 36, Buccaneers 27

Cowboys 20, Vikings 16

Chiefs 20, Giants 17

Week 7

Browns 17, Broncos 14

Giants 25, Panthers 3

Patriots 54, Jets 13

Titans 27, Chiefs 3

Packers 24, Washington 10

Falcons 30, Dolphins 28

Bengals 41, Ravens 17

Rams 28, Lions 19

Raiders 33, Eagles 22

Cardinals 31, Texans 5

Colts 30, 49ers 18

Saints 13, Seahawks 10

Week 6

Buccaneers 28, Eagles 22

Jaguars 23, Dolphins 20

Chiefs 31, Washington 13

Rams 38, Giants 11

Colts 31, Texans 3

Bengals 34, Lions 11

Packers 24, Bears 14

Ravens 34, Chargers 6

Vikings 34, Panthers 28 (OT)

Cardinals 37, Browns 14

Raiders 34, Broncos 24

Cowboys 35, Patriots 29 (OT)

Steelers 23, Seahawks 20 (OT)

Titans 34, Bills 31

Week 5

Rams 26, Seahawks 17

Falcons 27, Jets 20

Vikings 19, Lions 17

Saints 33, Washington 22

Patriots 25, Texans 22

Buccaneers 45, Dolphins 17

Packers 25, Bengals 22 (OT)

Steelers 27, Broncos 19

Eagles 21, Panthers 18

Titans 37, Jaguars 19

Chargers 47, Browns 42

Bears 20, Raiders 9

Cardinals 17, 49ers 10

Cowboys 44, Giants 20

Bills 38, Chiefs 20

Ravens 31, Colts 25 (OT)

Week 4

Bengals 24, Jaguars 21

Washington 34, Falcons 30

Bills 40, Texans 0

Bears 24, Lions 14

Cowboys 36, Panthers 28

Colts 27, Dolphins 17

Browns 14, Vikings 7

Giants 27, Saints 21 (OT)

Jets 27, Titans 24 (OT)

Chiefs 42, Eagles 30

Cardinals 37, Rams 20

Seahawks 28, 49ers 21

Ravens 23, Broncos 7

Packers 27, Steelers 17

Buccaneers 19, Patriots 17

Chargers 28, Raiders 14

Week 3

Panthers 24, Texans 9

Titans 25, Colts 16

Falcons 17, Giants 14

Chargers 30, Chiefs 24

Bengals 24, Steelers 10

Browns 26, Bears 6

Ravens 19, Lions 17

Saints 28, Patriots 13

Cardinals 31, Jaguars 19

Bills 43, Washington 21

Broncos 26, Jets 0

Raiders 31, Dolphins 28 (OT)

Vikings 30, Seahawks 17

Rams 34, Buccaneers 24

Packers 30, 49ers 28

Cowboys 41, Eagles 21

Week 2

Washington 30, Giants 29

Patriots 25, Jets 6

Broncos 23, Jaguars 13

Bills 35, Dolphins 0

49ers 17, Eagles 11

Rams 27, Colts 24

Raiders 26, Steelers 17

Bears 20, Bengals 17

Browns 31, Texans 21

Panthers 26, Saints 7

Cardinals 34, Vikings 33

Buccaneers 48, Falcons 25

Titans 33, Seahawks 30 (OT)

Cowboys 20, Chargers 17

Ravens 36, Chiefs 35

Packers 35, Lions 17

Week 1

Buccaneers 31, Cowboys 29

Eagles 32, Falcons 6

Steelers 23, Bills 16

Bengals 27, Vikings 24

49ers 41, Lions 33

Cardinals 38, Titans 13

Seahawks 28, Colts 16

Chargers 20, Washington 16

Panthers 19, Jets 14

Texans 37, Jaguars 21

Chiefs 33, Browns 29

Dolphins 17, Patriots 16

Saints 38, Packers 3

Broncos 27, Giants 13

Rams 34, Bears 14

Raiders 33, Ravens 27