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NFL: Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

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Marvin Jones returned from an injury that forced him to miss last week's contest by catching four passes for 67 yards including a 48-yarder that was the longest play of the game in Detroit's 20-17 home win over Chicago.

Aaron Rodgers completed 18-of-23 passes for 246 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions to lead the Packers to a third straight victory over the Seawhawks.

Desean Jackson picked up the fourth-longest reception of his career when he hauled in an 80-yard touchdown grab in Washington's 27-22 win at Philadelphia that kept the Redskins playoff hopes alive. He finished with three catches for 102 yards.

Bryan Anger punted four times for a 46.3 yard average including two punts inside the Saints' 20-yard line to help Tampa to victory.

Mitchell Schwartz started his 77th consecutive game (all possible during his first five NFL seasons) and contributed one tackle in Kansas City's 21-13 win over Oakland last Thursday.

Alex Mack started his 13th straight game of the season in Atlanta's 42-14 win at Los Angeles. Brian Schwenke played off the bench in Tennessee's Week 14 win over Denver that kept the Titans tied for first in the AFC South with a Houston squad that was a 22-17 winner at Indianapolis.

Shane Vereen returned from injured reserve after missing nine games due to injury but also left the Giants' 10-7 Sunday Night Football victory over the Cowboys due to injury and did not return.

Ron Rivera (head coach) and Richard Rodgers Sr. (assistant defensive backs/safeties coach) were also victorious with their Carolina squad a 28-16 home winner over San Diego.

Lorenzo Alexander had another huge game in defeat with an interception that he returned 28 yards to go along with seven tackles including two on special teams, one quarterback hit and two passes defended in a 27-20 home loss to Pittsburgh.

Justin Forsett rushed six times for 17 yards and caught three passes for 18 yards in his Denver debut.

Jared Goff (24-41-235, 0 TD, 2 INT) scored his first rushing NFL touchdown on a two-yard run in the fourth quarter of the Rams' 42-14 home loss to Atlanta.

L.P. Ladouceur played in his 185th straight game all for the Cowboys dating back to 2005 for a team that has already clinched the NFC East title and has an 11-2 mark that is the league's best with the Patriots having a chance to equal the mark on Monday Night Football.