The Giants defense limited Dallas to 260 yards in total offense and also intercepted quarterback Dak Prescott twice. Meanwhile Eli Manning hooked up with wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. (pictured right) for a 61-yard touchdown and Robbie Gould kicked a 39-yard field goal to make the difference.
Last Thursday night, the Kansas City Chiefs raced out to a big lead and defeated the Oakland Raiders, 21-13 to take over first place in the AFC West. Chiefs QB Alex Smith threw a 36-yard scoring pass to Tyreek Hill, who also returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown to pace the win. Both teams are 10-3, but Kansas City swept Oakland in the head-to-head games.
The Houston Texans pulled off a mild upset as they beat the host Indianapolis Colts, 22-17 as the defense forced three turnovers (two interceptions and a fumble) while kicker Nick Novak made five field goals. The win put Houston (7-6) into a first-place tie with Tennessee in the AFC South.
The Tennessee Titans held off the Denver Broncos, 13-10 to forge a first place tie with Houston in the AFC South division as running back DeMarco Murray scored a touchdown and kicker Ryan Succop kicked two field goals. The loss dropped Denver to 8-5 for the season.
Elsewhere around the NFL . . . . .
The Detroit Lions (9-4) continued to roll as they beat the visiting Chicago Bears, 20-17 as QB Matthew Stafford scored on a seven yard run with three minutes remaining to play . . . The Green Bay Packers smashed the visiting Seattle Seahawks, 38-10 as the defense intercepted five passes and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers had three TD passes . . . The Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) beat the host Buffalo Bills, 27-20 behind a huge day from Le'Veon Bell, the Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week.
|Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell was dominant in win.|
WEEK FOURTEEN SCORES
Kansas City 21, Oakland 13
Detroit 20, Chicago 17
Cincinnati 23, Cleveland 10
Tennessee 13, Denver 10
Tampa Bay 16, New Orleans 11
Pittsburgh 27, Buffalo 20
Washington 27, Philadelphia 22
Minnesota 25, Jacksonville 16
Houston 22, Indianapolis 17
Carolina 28, San Diego 16
Miami 26, Arizona 23
NY Jets 23, San Francisco 17 (OT)
Green Bay 38, Seattle 10
Atlanta 42, Los Angeles 14
NY Giants 10, Dallas 7
New England 30, Baltimore 23