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NFL scores and results: Ravens clinch playoff berth with win

Thanks to a Chargers loss and a win over the Browns, Baltimore has snuck into the final AFC wild card spot.

The Baltimore Ravens are going back to the playoffs. Joe Flacco and Co. scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Cleveland Browns. Their win, along with a San Diego Chargers' loss to the Chiefs, clinched the sixth and final spot in the AFC playoff seeding for the Ravens.

Elsewhere, the Dallas Cowboys pulled off a big win over Washington. Dallas' already had a playoff berth locked up, but the win gives them a perfect 8-0 record on the road this season. Two of the last three teams to do that (2007 Patriots and the 1989 49ers) the made it all the way to Super Bowl.

The late afternoon games were where it really got interesting. The Panthers ran over the Falcons to win a win-or-go-home showdown to determine the NFC South and the last open playoff spot on that side of the bracket. In the NFC North, the Packers beat the Lions in Lambeau for the conference's No. 2 seed. In addition, Seattle clinched the NFC West with a win over St. Louis and will lock down the No. 1 seed. For more on the latest playoff projections, click here.

In the nightcap, the Bengals headed to Pittsburgh to decide the AFC North. The Steelers got the win and the division title, 27-17.

Here's the complete schedule for Sunday. Check back in for updated scores and results.

Cleveland Browns 10, Baltimore Ravens 20 (final)
Dallas Cowboys 44, Washington 17 (final)
Indianapolis Colts 27, Tennessee Titans 10 (final)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20, New Orleans Saints 23 (final)
Philadelphia Eagles 34, New York Giants 26 (final)
Buffalo Bills 17, New England Patriots 9 (final)
Houston Texans 23, Jacksonville Jaguars 17 (final)
Kansas City Chiefs 19, San Diego Chargers 7 (final)
New York Jets 37, Miami Dolphins 24 (final)
Chicago Bears 9, Minnesota Vikings 13 (final)


Oakland Raiders 14, Denver Broncos 47 (final)
Arizona Cardinals 17, San Francisco 49ers 20 (final)
Detroit Lions 20, Green Bay Packers 30 (final)
St. Louis Rams 6, Seattle Seahawks 20 (final)
Carolina Panthers 34, Atlanta Falcons 3 (final)


Cincinnati Bengals 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 27 (final)