MIAMI, FL (DEC 24) —— Here are the NFL scores and results on Christmas Eve, today, on Saturday (24). Below you will also find the complete schedule for games playing today along with the start times.
Among the teams already securing a victory on Christmas Even is the Kansas City Chiefs after they beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-10. Patrick Mahomes threw for 224 yards with two touchdowns while completing 16 of 28 passes. Star tight end Travis Kelce took six catches for 113 yards in a win for Kansas City (12-3) which remains in the hunt for a No. 1 seed.
The Buffalo Bills cruised to a comfortable 35-13 win over the Chicago Bears for a sixth win in a row as they continue to lead the AFC on head-to-head over the Chiefs. Josh Allen threw for two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions and ran six times for a further 41 yards and a score for the Bills (12-3) while Devin Singletary, who ran for 106 yards, and James Cook, who rushed for 99 yards also ran for scores for Buffalo.
In other results, the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the New England Patriots 22-18, Greg Joseph kicked a 61-yard field goal as time expired and the Minnesota Vikings beat the New York Giants 27-24, while the New Orleans Saints had a 17-10 win over the Cleveland Browns.
The Dallas Cowboys also picked up a big win over the Philadelphia Eagles with quarterback Dak Prescott throwing for 347 yards with three touchdowns in his team’s 40-34 victory. Read more about it here
NFL Christmas Eve Results and Schedule
Baltimore Ravens 17 beat. Atlanta Falcons 9 – BOX SCORE
Buffalo Bills 35, beat. Chicago Bears 13 – BOX SCORE
Carolina Panthers 37, beat. Detroit Lions 23 – BOX SCORE
Cincinnati Bengals 22, beat. New England Patriots 18 – BOX SCORE
Kansas City Chiefs 24, beat. Seattle Seahawks 10 – BOX SCORE
Minnesota Vikings 27, beat. New York Giants 24 – BOX SCORE
New Orleans Saints 17, beat. Cleveland Browns 10 – BOX SCORE
Houston Texans 19, beat. Tennessee Titans 14,
Washington Commanders 20, lost to San Francisco 49ers, 37 – BOX SCORE
Philadelphia Eagles 34, lost to Dallas Cowboys, 40 – BOX SCORE
Las Vegas Raiders 10, lost to Pittsburgh Steelers 13,