2016 NFL Week Fourteen Results

Week Fourteen brings to an end the 11-2 Dallas Cowboys 11-game winning streak as the 9-4 New York Giants beat them for the second time this season being the only team that the Cowboys have lost to.  “I like being able to say that they’re the best team in the league but they lost twice to us,” Giants linebacker Jonathan Casillas said of the Cowboys, who were held to just 260 yards.

And in a surprise move, just a little more than a week after acknowledging that Coach Jeff Fisher’s contract was extended through 2018, the Los Angeles Rams changed their minds and fired him on Monday. The decision came one day after a 42-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, which ensured that the Rams would have a losing record for the 10th consecutive season, and three days before a prime-time matchup against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday.

“Making a decision such as this, especially during the season, is one of the most difficult in sports,” team owner Stan Kroenke said in a statement. “I have great respect for Jeff as a coach, person, father and friend.”

The Rams also announced that John Fassel, the current special teams coordinator, has been named interim head coach. Here are the rest of the week’s results:

Oakland Raiders 13 @ Kansas City Chiefs 21  (Thursday Night Football)

Sunday Games:

Washington Redskins 27 @ Philadelphia Eagles 22

Houston Texans 22 @ Indianapolis Colts 17

Cincinnati Bengals 23 @ Cleveland Browns 10

Denver Broncos 10 @ Tennessee Titans 13

Arizona Cardinals 23 @ Miami Dolphins 26

Chicago Bears 17 @ Detroit Lions 20

Pittsburg Steelers  27 @ Buffalo Bills 20

San Diego Chargers 16 @ Carolina Panthers 28

Minnesota Vikings 25 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 16

New York Jets 23 @ San Francisco 49ers 17

Atlanta Falcons 42 @ Los Angeles Rams 14

New Orleans Saints 11 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16

Seattle Seahawks 10 @ Green Bay Packers 38

Dallas Cowboys 7 @ New York Giants 10

Baltimore Ravens 23 @ New England Patriots 30  (Monday Night Football)

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