Latest: Rivers perfect as chargers lead Cardinals 28-10

Latest at Week 12 in NFL (always EDT):


Philip Rivers was perfect in the first half for chargers, drove 19 out of 19 to 187 yards, and two landings helped the Chargers to 28-10 lead over the cardinals.

Melvin Gordon also has a few TD runs for chargers.

Chargers (7-3) try to keep up with the Chiefs (9-2) at AFC West.

Another AFC West, Denver, is helping both of their causes when it comes to placing play-offs. They give Steelers (7-2-1) what they can do in the first half.


4:40 p.m.

Ryan Tannehill of Miami jumped into the game after losing the last five with wounded shoulder throwing and seemed to lose nothing in Indianapolis.

Tannehill completed his first two 34-yard passes, ending a drive with a pass that Kenyan Drake took 33 meters on landing – finished nine-month dolphins without TD.

The unit won only six games and five games came after the Colts striker, Darius Leonard injured his knee and went directly to the dressing room. Leonard came in the weekend of the league leader with 104 matches. His return was mentioned as controversial.

– Report by Mike Marot of Indianapolis


4:25 hrs.

Rookie quarterbacks decided early games at week 12 as Lamar Jackson had two landings to lead Baltimore through Oakland, Baker Mayfield tossed for four TDs in the Browns' victory over Bengals and Josh Allen had a score on the ground and air in a win over Jacksonville.

Tom Brady and Sony Michel had great days to lead the Patriots to the 27-13 victory over the New York Jets, and Russell Wilson led Seattle from behind for a 30-27 win over the Panthers.

It spoiled the great day of Carol Christiane McCaffrey.

In the other initial games, Buccaneers led 49ers 27-9, while Super Bowl champion Eagles came from behind to defeat the Giants, 25-22.


4:15 p.m.

The Cardinals scored at the start when Josh Rosen threw a 25-yard touchdown on Larry Fitzgerald to lead the 7-0 lead through the Los Angeles Chargers.

Rosen, who grew up on Manhattan Beach and went to UCLA, completed all four 56-meter walks on her way to the fans of her hometown.

The StubHub also marks the 41st NFL stadium where Fitzgerald made a pass.


4:05 p.m.

The Tennessee Titans shifted the wide receiver Taywan Taylor, who had injured his legs against Dallas a few weeks ago and set off for a Monday night play in Houston.

Taylor was limited in practice this week.

The Titans also added that they were starting off Derrick Morgan's line of report on injuries as a dubious disease. Taylor Lewan did not work with the disease, but he expected to play on Monday night.

– Teresa M. Walker reports from Nashville, Tennessee


3:50 p.m.

Christian McCaffrey has 10 seizures for 104 yards and a landing along with 17 cars for 125 yards and scoring, making him the first player in Carolina history with at least 100 yards of recruitment and rushing in the same game.

Its sum of 229 yards and counting against Seattle is also a franchise record.

Meanwhile Quarterback Cam Newton ended in the first half of its first 14 passes and 21 out of 24 to 216 yards and two landings when the Panthers built the Seahawks lead by 27-20.

– Steve Reed reports from Charlotte, North Carolina


3:40 hrs.

Jacksonville runs back Leonard Fournette and Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson was pulled after trading strikes alongside late late in the third quarter of their game.

The fight began after Jags' Donte Moncrief captured what originally ruled a 30-yard TD passage on the left pylon. He fought for control of the ball with Lew Wallace when Jaguars hit Jordan Poyer for security papers, and then Lawson ran and hit Fournette.

Lawson and Fournette went to the side of the stalls where they traded with the beats while the Jaguars were running back with Carlos Hyde and the Bills defensive ending of Jerry Hughes's attempt to separate them.

The two of them were escorted from their sides and began shouting as they reached the tunnel. Lawson had to be detained by a Bill officer while Fournette was asked to wait – he was then hit by a fan in the left shoulder, who ran out of the stands.

– John Wawrow reported from Orchard Park in New York


3:30 am

Tom Brady reached 3,000 yards for the 16th place in the season, bound by Peyton Manning for the second in the NFL history behind the Brett Favre 18 stripe.

The new quarterly New England quarter surpassed 3,000 in the fourth quarter, in which 17 years were completed to Josh Gordon's diving. Previously, NFL became a career manager in the total yards passing both in regular seasons and in the play-off.

Brady entered the game against New York Jets on Sunday, which needed 147 yards to hand over Manning's mark 79.279. He achieved success with a 16-meter pass to Gordon early in the second quarter.

Brady had the chance to set another record and needed four touch barriers to the top Manning 579 for the most in the NFL history, including the postseason games.


3:10 p.m.

Bengals, quarterback Andy Dalton, hurt his thumb on his passing hands and tried to recover early in the second half of the game against Cleveland Browns.

Dalton cried out that he raised his head and got into the pileup. Immediately he went to the dressing room for the exam.

The Browns returned and Baker Mayfield threw the fourth pass for the 35-7 lead. Dalton was 10 out of 17 per 100 yards with one touch and one capture.

Dalton broke his right thumb late in the 2015 season and missed the playoffs.

– Joe Kay reports from Cincinnati


3 o'clock in the afternoon.

Arizona quarterback Josh Rosen wore a black T-shirt during early warm-ups supporting the Los Angeles Fire Department and asked fans to make text-giving gifts to the Red Cross to rescue the fire before Sunday's play against the Los Angeles Chargers at the StubHub Center.

Rosen is a native of southern California. He grew up on Manhattan Beach and went to UCLA before he was elected Cardinal 10th in May last April.

– Joe Reedy report from Los Angeles


2:30 pm

When Jason Myers made a 55-yard pole goal with 3 seconds remaining in the opening half against New England, he became the first kicker in the NFL's history to hit five goal goals from 55-plus yards in one season.

Myers also had 55-yarders against Miami, Minnesota and Buffalo. He made a 56-yarder at Miami, which is the second longest to pass. Chandler Catanzaro had a 57-yard field against Cleveland last season.

Myers also first linked the record-breaking distance to the Jets course for the fourth time this season with a 55-yard boot. It bound the score to 10 in the halftime.

– Barry Wilner reports from East Rutherford, New Jersey



Saquon Barkley again hit a big 5-0 against Philadelphia.

The Giants, who were coming back, had a 51-yard hurry in the second quarter to lead New York 19-3 ahead of the Super Bowl Eagles champion.

Barkley has mastered the art in the long run against them.

He had a 55-yard win on the screen and a 50-yard hurry TD in the first game this season among the NFC rivals East. Barkley had 130 yards to hurry and captured nine passes for 99 yards in this game last month, and had 94 yards rushing in the first half of Sunday.

– Dan Gelston reporting from Philadelphia


2:15 p.m.

Security Browns Damarious Randall predicted on Friday that his team would be a Bengals partner if a broad receiver by A.J. Green did not play and Cleveland has not made it 21-0.

Randall chose Andy Dalton near the center, ran out of the border and handed the ball to former Cleveland coach Hue Jackson, now a special assistant in Cincinnati.

Meanwhile, in Baltimore, Cyrus Jones returned the punt 70 meters for touchdown to give Ravens 10-7 lead over Oakland. It was the longest Ravens game in the year.

Ravens' field goal was also the product of a great game: the novice quarterback Lamar Jackson struck the tight end Mark Andrews set it. Jackson ran only once and carried 27 times in the first NFL start last week against Cincinnati.

– Joe Kay reports from Cincinnati and David Ginsburg reports from Baltimore


1:55 p.m.

Tom Brady has become the NFL career manager in the total games that have been running in both regular and play-off games.

Patriot quarterback entered the Sunday match against the New York Jets, which needed 147 meters to win the Peyton Manning 79.279. He achieved success with the 16-yard passage of Josh Gordon early in the second quarter.

Brady also came into play to need 252 yards to pass to 3,000 for the 16th straight period, tying Manning behind the second-most just behind Brett Favre's 18 seasons.

Brady had a chance for another Sunday record. He needs four passes to the top of the Manning 579 for the most in NFL history, including postseason games.

– Dennis Waszak Jr. reports from East Rutherford, New Jersey.


1:45 p.m.

This year's new class is good at week 12.

Josh Allen threw a 75-yard touchdown pass to Robert Foster to help the Buffalo jump to 14-0 over Jacksonville while Baker Mayfield has a landing pass for Cleveland as Browns jumped to lead 14-0 through Cincinnati.

Josh Rosen leads the Cardinals against Chargers later in the day.

Meanwhile, Rob Gronkowski of the patriots announced a return from the accident by setting off a Tom Brady pass to create seven New York Jets ties


1 afternoon.

This is not on Sunday at the NFL at week 12.

Of the 11 games aboard no one deals with two teams with winning records. The closest is late afternoon visit to Seattle (5-5) Carolina (6-4), while a pair of 5-5 teams meet later on the day Miami visits Indianapolis.

Elsewhere Jaguars visit Bills, Browns visit Bengals, Patriots travel to Jets, Giants are in Philadelphia, 49ers head for Tampa Bay, and Raiders visit Baltimore.

Cardinals visit chargers and Steelers visit Broncos later in the day.

Perhaps the most important matchup comes on Sunday night when Packers (4-5-1) visits Vikings (5-4-1) in concert with NFC North rivals for wild card playoffs.

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