Week 15 NFL scores, results and record on Dec. 15

Here are the NFL scores, results and records from all the games that took place in the league in Week 15 on Sunday.

(Sporting Alert) — Here are the NFL scores, results and records from all the games that took place in the league in Week 15 on Sunday.

Among the highlights on the day was the thrilling comeback win by Matt Flynn and the Green Bay Packers, who handed Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys a stunning defeat after being down 23-3 at the half and look completely out of sync.

The Pacers (7-6) rallied to outscore the Cowboys 34-10 in the second half on their way to a brilliant 37-36 come victory and matched the biggest comeback in franchise history.

“It took me everything not to cry,” said Packers coach Mike McCarthy. “I’m just drained. Just the sheer emotion. It was incredible.”

Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs (11-3) hammered the Oakland Raiders (4-10), 56-31 to clinch a playoff slot with running back Jamaal Charles impressing once again.

Also among the winners in the NFL fixtures Sunday were the rampant Seattle Seahawks (12-2), which won its 12th game of the season with a one-sided 23-0 victory over the New York Giants (5-9).

The San Francisco 49ers , Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts also seal wins, while the Miami Dolphins (8-6) beat the New England Patriots (10-4).

In the Sunday Night Football game, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-8) got the better for the Cincinnati Bengals (9-5), 30-20.

NFL Scores and Results in Week 15

Seattle Seahawks 23 (12-2), New York Giants 0 (5-9)
Kansas City Chiefs 56 (11-3), Oakland Raiders 31 (4-10)
San Francisco 49ers 33 (10-4), Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14 (4-10)
Carolina Panthers 30 (10-4), New York Jets 20 (6-8)
Indianapolis Colts 25 (9-5), Houston Texans 3 (2-12)
Arizona Cardinals 37 (9-5), Tennessee Titans 34 (5-9), Overtime
Miami Dolphins 24 (8-6), New England Patriots 20 (10-4)
Green Bay Packers 37 (7-6-1), Dallas Cowboys 36 (7-7)
Chicago Bears 38 (8-6), Cleveland Browns 31 (4-10)
Minnesota Vikings 48 (4-9-1), Philadelphia Eagles 30 (8-6)
Buffalo Bills 27 (5-9), Jacksonville Jaguars 20 (4-10)
Atlanta Falcons 27 (4-10), Washington Redskins 26 (3-11)
St. Louis Rams 27 (6-8), New Orleans Saints 16 (10-4)
Pittsburgh Steelers 30 (6-8), Cincinnati Bengals 20 (9-5)

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