week 16 of NFL The season continues on Sunday – and we’ve got you covered with all the action from our three-game Christmas Day roster! in the night cup, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers overcame a 10-point deficit in the final quarter before prevailing in overtime vs Maxorley Tracking-Drove Arizona Cardinals.
early, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers annoyed Toa Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphin On the road at Hard Rock Stadium in Florida. Trailing 20-13 at halftime, the Packers scored 16 unanswered points in the second half as Tagovailoa threw an interception to the Dolphins’ final three.
Here are the best plays from Sunday’s slate!
The Cardinals came up with a sneaky play on fourth and two, getting their first crucial play early in the first quarter.
The Bucs defense sacked McSorley on third down, running the ball near midfield after a Cardinals QB lost it.
Tampa Bay ended up turning the ball over on downs after a turnover – thanks in large part to JG Watt.
Not how they painted it
Late in the second quarter, Brady’s pass to Mike Evans It was caught at the Cardinals’ 2-yard line and returned 39 yards on the reverse. Just like that, things stayed 6-3 heading into halftime, with the Bucs holding a slight advantage.
Goat interception… again
Marco Wilson He stopped a promising Bucs drive in the third quarter with Brady’s second interception.
Hollywood goes deep
McSorley showed his arm strength with a deep jab Marquis Brown For a gain of 47 yards. The Cardinals later kicked a field goal to limit the drive, taking a 9-6 lead early in the fourth quarter.
Install the gambler?!
Pharaoh Cooper Just did it. The Cardinals’ punt returner went airborne over Jake Camarda in neat fashion, to the delight of his teammates.
The rush to success
The Cardinals took a 16-6 lead in the fourth quarter on a 22-yard touchdown run James Conner.
It is not done yet
Brady pulled Tampa Bay within 16-13 in the fourth quarter on his first TD hit of the game, a 3-yard run from White Rashad.
Deuces game in the desert
After forcing a fumble for the Cardinals, by evening the Bucs took advantage of the score at 16 on Ryan SuccopA 42-yard field goal before the two-minute warning.
Bucs reign supreme in the OT!
Succop came up with the clutch in overtime, returning his fourth field goal of the night to send the Bucs to a 19-16 win.
There’s still Durant playing on Christmas Day
The Rams’ rising corner Kobe Durant He made a diving interception to give his team good field position.
Tyler Higby He made a reception right in front of the goal line and made his way into the end zone to give Los Angeles a 10-0 lead going into the first quarter.
Hey, former teammate!
Cam Akers adds to the fore
The Rams running back found his way into the end zone on a three-yard run to give Los Angeles a 17-0 lead going into the first quarter.
Courtland Sutton Keep it cool
The Broncos receiver made a catch along the sideline that was initially ruled incomplete, but Denver challenged the play and a quick review determined Sutton made the catch.
The catch helped set the Broncos up for a field goal and made it 17-3.
Santa Claus from TDs
Higbee scored his second touchdown of the second quarter to give the Rams a 24-3 lead early in the second quarter.
The Rams followed that up with 2 yard rushing touchdown of Akers to lead 31-6 at halftime.
For good measure
Denver added a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, thanks to a side end zone Greg Dolcic.
Durant sealed the Rams’ deal with an 85-yard interception that turned into a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Almost all the way
After the Dolphins took a 3-0 lead in the opening round, Casen Nixon Putting the Packers in great field position, he returned the ensuing kick 94 yards to put Green Bay inside Miami’s 10-yard line. The Packers were unable to take full advantage, and settled for a field goal.
Wobble your way to a six!
Jaylen Waddell Tagovailoa’s pass took the distance, and the 10-yard reception converted into an 84-yard touchdown run to put Miami up 10–3.
I got a Mercedes for Christmas
Green Bay finally got into the end zone when they found Rodgers Mercedes Lewis Wide open to tie the game at 10-10.
It was Tagovailoa’s favorite gift this season Terek Hilland contacted him again at Christmas. The star receiver hauled a 52-yard catch to put the Dolphins at the Packers’ 1-yard line.
Then, Jeff Wilson He ran for a touchdown on the ensuing play to give Miami a 17-10 lead.
Not in miami watch
The Packers tried to keep their lead alive by running a dummy bunt on fourth down deep in their own territory. Spot the fake dolphin faster than Santa sniffs the cookies on Christmas Eve.
Converting a fourth down a big
Rodgers used the gameplay to his advantage, and found out Christian Watson Opening for first down to help set up the Packers for a field goal to make it 20-13 going into halftime.
♫ Sliiiide to the left ♫
Rodgers moved left and found Lewis again, but this time for an additional 30-yard completion to set the Packers at the Dolphins’ 7-yard line.
AJ Dillon He only made his way into the end zone twice after Rodgers’ deep pass to even the game early in the third quarter.
Dolphins defense gets the pick…but was there a lead researcher?
Rodgers wanted it all out on third down and 15, firing a pass into the end zone to Allen Lazard. Kader Koho He made the play to get a Dolphins interception though, but it looked like he might have walked away from some contact.
“The ball doesn’t lie,” at least to Packers fans
On the play immediately after Rodgers’ interception, the players got the ball back when Tagovailoa threw the ball the right way. Jair Alexander to give Green Bay a great field site.
a gift for Devonder Campbell
Tagovailoa threw another interception to the Packers’ linebacker as the Dolphins either drove to tie the game or take the lead.
Just turned around
The Dolphins’ quarterback threw his third interception in his last three drives as his final passes of the game went straight to Messenger Douglasto secure a 26-20 win for the Packers.
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