—Peyton Manning, Broncos, was 39 for 59 for 397 yards and four touchdowns in Denver's 51-28 win over Tennessee. It was his seventh game this season with at least four touchdown passes. That's the most such games in a single season in NFL history. Manning's 39 completions set a team record. His 59 attempts matched a franchise high.
—Tom Brady, Patriots, was 32 for 52 for 418 yards and two touchdown passes, both in the final 61 seconds, with an interception in New England's 27-26 win over Cleveland.
—Andy Dalton, Bengals, finished 24 for 35 for 275 yards and three touchdowns and added a rushing score in Cincinnati's 42-28 win over Indianapolis.
—Drew Brees, Saints, was 30 for 42 for 313 yards and four touchdowns in New Orleans' 31-13 win over Carolina.
—Jason Campbell, Browns, was 29 for 44 for 391 yards and three touchdowns in Cleveland's 27-26 loss to New England.
—Andrew Luck, Colts, finished 29 for 46 for 326 yards and four TDs in Indianapolis' 42-28 loss to Cincinnati.
—Philip Rivers, Chargers, was 21 for 28 for 249 yards with three touchdown passes in San Diego's 37-14 win over the New York Giants.
—Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, was 23 of 39 for 349 yards and three touchdowns in Pittsburgh's 34-28 loss to Miami.
—LeSean McCoy, Eagles, had 29 carries for a team-record 217 yards, including touchdown runs of 57 and 40 yards, during Philadelphia's 34-20 win over Detroit. He broke the mark of 205 yards by Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren on Nov. 27, 1949. McCoy leads the NFL with 1,305 yards rushing and can become the first Eagle to lead the league in rushing since Van Buren in 1949.
—Jamaal Charles, Chiefs, had 19 carries for 151 yards and a touchdown in Kansas City's 45-10 win over Washington.
—Bobby Rainey, Buccaneers, 22 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown in Tampa Bay's 27-6 victory over Buffalo.
—Marcel Reece, Raiders, had 19 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown in Oakland's 37-27 loss to the New York Jets.
—Shane Vereen, Patriots, had 12 receptions for 153 yards in New England's 27-26 win over Cleveland.
—Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron, Browns. Gordon had seven catches for 151 yards and a touchdown and Cameron had nine catches for 121 yards and a score in Cleveland's 27-26 loss to New England. Gordon has 774 yards receiving in his past four games, the most in any four-game span in a single season in NFL history. The previous mark was 746 yards by Detroit's Calvin Johnson set earlier this season.
—Cordarrelle Patterson, Vikings, had five catches for 141 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota's 29-26 loss to Baltimore.
—Hakeem Nicks, Giants, had five catches for 135 yards in New York's 37-14 loss to San Diego.
—Rod Streater, Raiders, had seven catches for 130 yards and a touchdown in Oakland's 37-27 loss to the New York Jets.
—Marques Colston, Saints, finished with nine catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns in New Orleans' 31-13 win over Carolina.
—Matt Prater, Broncos, set an NFL record with a 64-yard field goal in Denver's 51-28 win over Tennessee.
—Jeremy Ross, Lions, returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown and a punt 58 yards for a score in Detroit's 34-20 loss to Philadelphia.
—Quintin Demps and Dexter McCluster, Chiefs. Demps returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and McCluster returned a punt 74 yards for a TD in Kansas City's 45-10 victory over Washington.
—Jacoby Jones, Ravens, returned a kickoff 77 yards for a touchdown in Baltimore's 29-26 victory over Minnesota.
—Antonio Allen, Jets, blocked a punt and recovered it for a touchdown in the New York Jets' 37-27 win over the Oakland Raiders.
—Sean Weatherspoon, Falcons, returned an interception 71 yards for a touchdown in Atlanta's 22-21 loss to Green Bay.
—Karlos Dansby and John Abraham, Cardinals. Dansby returned an interception 23 yards for a touchdown and Abraham had three sacks, including one for a safety, in Arizona's 30-10 win over St. Louis.
—Troy Polamalu, Steelers, returned an interception 19 yards for a touchdown in Pittsburgh's 34-28 loss to Miami.
—Lavonte David, Buccaneers, had two interceptions and a sack in Tampa Bay's 27-6 win over Buffalo.
The Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts each clinched a playoff berth. The Broncos, who defeated Tennessee 51-28, secured a playoff spot. With the Titans' loss, the Colts clinched the AFC South title.
The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Minnesota Vikings 29-26 in a game that featured six different lead changes in the fourth quarter. That is the most fourth-quarter lead changes in a single game in NFL history.
ENDING UP IN THE END ZONE
The NFL set a single-day record for touchdowns when the New Orleans Saints scored three times in the first half of Sunday night's game against the Carolina Panthers. Drew Brees found tight end Jimmy Graham for a 5-yard score right before halftime for his third TD pass, making it 88 touchdowns on a wild day across the league. The previous record was 87 in Week 17 of the 2012 season on Dec. 30, according to STATS LLC. A slew of high-scoring afternoon games set the stage for Brees' record breaker. Peyton Manning threw for four touchdowns in Denver's 51-28 victory over Tennessee, and Cincinnati and Indianapolis combined for 10 touchdowns in the Bengals' 42-28 victory. Philadelphia had four TDs in the fourth quarter of a 34-20 victory against Detroit.