Chiefs move to 11-3 for the season and go through with Broncos.
With Week 15 of the NFL season almost concluded, we look back at the all the action from Sunday as the play-off picture continues to take shape.
Given the incredible conclusion to the game, there is arguably no better place to start than the with Green Bay Packers who overcame a 23-point deficit to defeat the Dallas Cowboys 37-36 with a strong second-half rally that proved too much for their hosts.
The win leaves Green Bay at 7-6-1 for the season and still in contention in the NFC North, and they will likely be boosted by the return of quarterback Aaron Rodgers next weekend as he steps up his recovery from a broken collarbone.
Sticking to the NFC North though, the competition looks set to heat up as the Chicago Bears welcomed back quarterback Jay Cutler to the fold against the Cleveland Browns, and he didn’t disappoint despite calls for back-up Josh McCown to hold on to his starting role.
Cutler threw for three touchdowns as the Bears secured a 38-31 win, and they now sit atop the division ahead of the Detroit Lions taking on the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.
Meanwhile, there are no such worries for the Kansas City Chiefs who booked their place in the play-offs following a 56-31 win over the Oakland Raiders.
Victory moves them level with the Denver Broncos on 11-3 at the top of the AFC West, and along with their divisional rivals, the Indianapolis Colts and the Seattle Seahawks, there is gradually a clearer picture of the play-off teams emerging.
Elsewhere, Kirk Cousins could not inspire the Washington Redskins to a win after replacing Robert Griffin III for the three remaining games of the regular season, as the capital team fell to a 26-27 loss to the Atlanta Falcons,
Other notable results including a win for the St. Louis Rams over the New Orleans Saints, while both the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks sealed comprehensive wins.as their bid for supremacy in the NFC West looks set to rumble on until the end of the year.
San Diego Chargers 27-20 Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals 20-30 Pittsburgh Steelers
New Orleans Saints 16-27 St Louis Rams
Arizona Cardinals 37-34 Tennessee Titans
Green Bay Packers 37-36 Dallas Cowboys
New York Jets 20-30 Carolina Panthers
Kansas City Chiefs 56-31 Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills 27-20 Jacksonville Jaguars
San Francisco 49ers 33-14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Seattle Seahawks 23-0 New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles 30-48 Minnesota Vikings
New England Patriots 20-24 Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans 3-25 Indianapolis Colts
Chicago Bears 38-31 Cleveland Browns
Washington Redskins 26-27 Atlanta Falcons