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Best NFL Christmas Eve games: Eagles-Cowboys, Commanders-49ers, more

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Week 16 of NFL the season continues on Saturday with an action-packed slate – and we’ve got you covered with all the league’s must-see moments. As the race for the playoffs continues to heat up, the wintry weather is also intensifying and freezing cold temperatures and gusty winds have already proven to have a major impact on this New Year’s Eve slate.

According to FOX Sports Research and FOX Weather.

Here are the best games from Saturday’s slate!

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

Action from the start!

Josh Sweatshirt came with a huge interception, unchecking Dak Prescott and take him 42 meters to the house to put Philly up 10-0 early.

The boys bounce

the cowboys closed the gap, 10-7, thanks to a short rush of Ezekiel Elliott.

you must see it to believe it

Gardner Minshewgoes to Quez Watkins was sneakily intercepted by cowboy security Jayron Kersequickly returning the ball to Dallas.

With spin!

The turnover and subsequent interrupted coverage on the road to the corner by the Eagles defense allowed Dallas to take its first lead of the game, 14-10, early in the second quarter after Lamb CeeDee shaken by a 36-yard touchdown from Prescott.

Back and forth battle

The Eagles were back in the lead, 17-14, after Minshew took it to himself midway through the second quarter.

Washington Commanders at the San Francisco 49ers

All gas, no brakes

Taylor Heinicke & Co. went to work downhill, while the Commanders challenged the 49ers early defense.

Come on, come on, go!

However, it was the Niners who made it to the board first, as Ray-Ray McCloud III took off 71 yards for the score.

To win

Brock Purdy was chosen from the San Francisco field side after Juan Jennings blew the balloon up and it landed in the hands of commanders security Darrick Forrest.

Stay tuned for updates!

Houston Texans 19, Tennessee Titans 14

By the way !

Derrick Henry came with a monster touchdown run to put the Titans to the board early against the Texas.

How did they write it?

Houston tied things up late in the first quarter with a Davis Mills fumble-turned-touchdown, thanks to Rex Burkhead.

man on a mission

Rookie QB Malik Willis notched his first touchdown in the NFL on a tough 14-yard run midway through the third quarter to put Tennessee ahead, 14-10.

late cooking

Mills turned to brandin cooks late in the fourth quarter, and the veteran receiver came on big for the Texans, scoring 6 yards to give Houston a 19-14 lead which they held until the end.

It was only the Texans’ second win of the season, ending a nine-game losing streak.

Cincinnati Bengals 22, New England Patriots 18

Dynamic Duo

the Joe TerrierHiggins t-shirt the connection was hot despite the freezing weather, recording a smooth first quarter score.

Double trouble

the bengals added six more points when Burrow threw one to get away Trent Irwinwho stumbled in this pass under pressure while fending off patriots defenders.

Irwin added another score late in the second quarter to extend the Bengals’ lead to 22-0 at the break.

find a rhythm

Burrow sent one deep to Higgins, who picked up 31 yards to advance this fourth quarter for Cincinnati.


The third and the 29, McJones sent a Hail Mary into the end zone that somehow landed in Jacob Meyerhands for touchdown. Just like that, the Patriots scored 18 unanswered points after falling to a 22-0 hole in the first half.

On the wire

After each team fumbled on back-to-back drives, the Patriots found themselves with the ball with less than a minute left. However, they had to push him back and couldn’t make the comeback.

Minnesota Vikings 27, New York Giants 24

The story made

With a 25-yard reception in the first quarter, Justin Jefferson (1,661 yards) established the new vikings record for receiving yards in a season, breaking Randy Moss’ record in 2003 (1,623) after missing last season (1,616).

Then, with the momentum on their side, the Vikings were first on the board with a touchdown courtesy of TJ Hockenson.


After the giants reduces the gap to 10-7, Daniel Jones found Isaiah Hodgins for a dazzling 29-yard gain that had New York fans on their feet.


Kirk Cousins threw one for Hockenson, who didn’t let any Giants defender stop him from scoring.

Then Cousins ​​tracked down Jefferson for a 17 yard wild touchdown take a 24-16 lead.


The Giants weren’t going to go down without a fight, responding with a score of their own on the next drive.

Saquon Barkley jumped for a 27-yard touchdown, and Daniel Bellinger came with two-point conversion to tie things up at 24 apiece heading into the two-minute warning in Minnesota.


In the end, it all came down to Greg Josephwho scored a 61-yard field goal as time expired to seal the home win.

Carolina Panthers 37, Detroit Lions 23

Jump early

the Panthers took the lead in their first practice, thanks to the sophisticated footwork of Raheem Blackshear.

Quick response

the the Lions came back with their own opening score, like Jared Goff connected with tight end Shane Zylstra.

Bombs away!

Sam Darnold launched a wide DJ Moorewho had a jaw-dropping 47-yard grab followed by a touchdown on the next play.

Just like that, Carolina had a 31-7 advantage midway through the third period and never gave up the lead.

Buffalo Bills 35, Chicago Bears 13


Justin Fields connected to a large opening Dante Pettis on the Bearopening practice to take a 7-0 lead over the Invoices.

Close the gap

Gabe Davis shaken by a 19-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen to make it a one-point game, 7-6, midway through the first quarter after high winds resulted in a missed extra point.

Need of speed

Buffalo kicked the scoring in the second half with a 33-yard touchdown run from Single diviner, taking his first lead of the match, 10-14. So, james cook added a 27-yard touchdown run to extend the Bills’ 21-10 lead.

Highlight the reel!

Fields found Velus Jones Jr. for a gain of 44 yards before returning the ball early in the fourth quarter as the Bills ran away with a double-digit road win.

Kansas City Chiefs 24, Seattle Seahawks 10

fight early

After going three-and-out on their opening practice, the Chiefs bounced back spectacularly on his second possession when Patrick Mahomes hit Kadarius Tony for an 8-yard touchdown to give KC an early lead.

extend advance

The leaders return Jerick McKinnon work their way into the end zone, crossing two sea ​​hawks The defenders extend KC’s lead to 14-0 midway through the second quarter.

What can’t he do?

Mahomes made an all-out effort on his way to the end zone, diving towards the pylon to put the Chiefs up 24-3 at the end of the fourth as the Chiefs cruised to an easy home win.

Baltimore Ravens 17, Atlanta Falcons 9

change direction

Just like the Falcons were able to pass into the red zone, Drake London couldn’t hold the ball, and crows linebacker patrick the queen Recovered the fumble to give the ball back to Baltimore.

Strong aerial game

The turnover was a golden opportunity for Baltimore. Tyler Huntley — for an injured lamar jackson – connected with By Marcus Robinson In the corner of the end zone for six. It was the first touchdown by a Ravens receiver since Week 3.

The Ravens then held off the Falcons and took the home win, 17-9.

New Orleans Saints 17, Cleveland Browns 10


the Browns defense undermined Andy Dalton just like the Saints crossed midfield, and the turnover resulted in a touchdown and a 7-0 lead for the Browns on the ensuing drive.

history books

After trading field goals to close out the second quarter, the Saints started the third quarter scoring with an 8-yard touchdown run in the middle of Taysom Hill. With that score, Hill set a new record for most rushing touchdowns by a halfback in Saints history.

In the right place at the right time

The Saints defense pulled off a huge interception late in the third quarter on an overturned ball. The turnover led to a 4 yard touchdown run of Alvin Camara to give the Saints a 17-10 lead which they held until the end.


Las Vegas Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (8:15 p.m. ET)

Las Vegas Raiders


Pittsburgh Steelers


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