Bills get eliminated from playoff contention (again)...Texans clinch the AFC South...and a huge setback for the Oakland Raiders. More details from Greg Larson on today's Sunday Sports Update...
Top: Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy breaks a run to the outside against the Miami Dolphins on Saturday at New Era Field. McCoy ran the ball 24 times for 128 yards and a touchdown as part of a record-setting offensive performance by the Bills. Buffalo set a franchise record with 589 total yards of offense, breaking a 25-year-old record (also set against the Dolphins). However, it was not enough, as the Bills lost 34-31 in overtime and officially got eliminated from playoff contention.
Bottom left: Houston Texans players celebrate after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 12-10 at NRG Stadium on Saturday. The Texans held on for the victory after Cincinnati's Randy Bullock missed a potential game-winning field goal as time expired. The win clinched the AFC South division title for Houston. Photo by the Houston Chronicle
Bottom right: A sight that no Oakland Raiders fan wanted to see -- quarterback Derek Carr on the ground, injured. 2016 has been a banner year for the Raiders, clinching their first playoff spot in 14 years behind the directon of Carr's passing attack. However, in the 4th quarter of the Oakland's 33-25 win over Indianapolis, Carr got sacked and wound up with a broken tibia, ending his season.