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Monday, December 04, 2017 1:00 am

Roundup

Seahawks halt Eagles' win streak

Associated Press

SEATTLE – Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes, the last a 15-yard strike to J.D. McKissic with 7:29 left, and the Seattle Seahawks stayed in the NFC playoff hunt with a 24-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night.

Seattle (8-4) snapped Philadelphia's nine-game winning streak. Wilson was 20 of 31 for 227 and threw touchdowns of 11 yards to Jimmy Graham, 1-yard to Tyler Lockett and the TD to McKissic after the Eagles had trimmed the lead to seven.

VIKINGS 14, FALCONS 9: In Atlanta, Case Keenum threw a pair of touchdown passes as Minnesota (10-2) extended its winning streak to eight games by keeping Atlanta (7-5) out of the end zone.

PATRIOTS 23, BILLS 3: In Orchard Park, New York, Rex Burkhead scored twice as New England (10-2) won its eighth straight.

Tom Brady went 21 of 30 for 258 yards and an interception, while improving to 27-3 over Buffalo and breaking Brett Favre's NFL record for most wins by a quarterback against any one opponent. Favre had 26 wins over Detroit.

SAINTS 31, PANTHERS 21: In New Orleans, rookie Alvin Kamara scored two tackle-shedding touchdowns as New Orleans (9-3) reclaimed sole possession of first place in the NFC South. Mark Ingram rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown for the Saints.

RAIDERS 24, GIANTS 17: In Oakland, California, Marshawn Lynch had a 51-yard touchdown run and got his first 100-yard rushing game since coming out of retirement to lead Oakland (6-6). It was New York's first game without Eli Manning at quarterback in 13 years.

RAMS 32, CARDINALS 16: In Glendale, Arizona, Jared Goff passed for two touchdowns, and Los Angeles (9-3) took advantage of two early interceptions thrown by Blaine Gabbert to solidify its grip on first place in the NFC West.

JETS 38, CHIEFS 31: In East Rutherford, New Jersey, Josh McCown scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak with 2:15 left to lift New York (5-7). Kansas City (6-6) has dropped six of its last seven after opening the season 5-0.

TITANS 24, TEXANS 13: In Nashville, Tennessee, LeShaun Sims intercepted a pass intended for DeAndre Hopkins in the end zone with 1:02 left to seal Tennessee's victory and keep the Titans (8-4) atop the AFC South.

DOLPHINS 35, BRONCOS 9: In Miami Gardens, Florida, Xavien Howard's 30-yard interception return for a touchdown highlighted a dominating defensive effort by Miami (5-7), which snapped , a five-game losing streak. The Broncos (3-9) lost their eighth in a row.