Update on the latest from the NFL: Week 13

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UNDATED (AP) — Miami's six-game winning streak is over. The Dolphins were beaten by the Ravens in Baltimore 38-6 as Raven's quarterback Joe Flacco (FLAH'-koh) threw for 381 yards and four touchdowns. The Dolphins were never in the game as Baltimore, which is now 7-5, led 24-0 at halftime. In the first 30 minutes Flacco went 27 for 34 for 258 yards and three scores and the Ravens defense yielded only 115 yards. Baltimore has won four of its last five games to preserve a share of the lead in the AFC North. The loss dropped Miami to 7-5 as well.

— Ben Roethlisberger (RAWTH'-lihs-bur-gur) passed for 289 yards and two touchdowns, Le'Veon Bell rolled up 182 yards of total offense, and Pittsburgh's resurgent defense hounded the New York Giants, 24-14. Antonio Brown caught six passes for 54 yards and an acrobatic scoring grab at the back of the end zone. Tight end Ladarius Green added six receptions for 110 yards, both career highs, and a touchdown. Both the Steelers and Ravens are 7-5.

— Tom Brady became the NFL's career leader in victories by a quarterback with the Patriots' 25-10 win over the Rams. The victory was his 201st and broke the record he shared with Peyton Manning. For the game Brady connected on 33 of 46 passes for 269 yards and a touchdown. The 10-2 Patriots have won seven of their last eight and have four games left. The Rams, who fell to 4-8, have lost seven of their last eight games.

— Eric Berry had a big game leading the Chiefs to a thrilling 29-28 win over the Falcons. With Atlanta leading 28-27 the Falcons went for a two point conversion. Berry intercepted the pass and ran 99 yards for a defensive PAT. Berry had another huge play with less than a minute to go in the first half when he picked off a pass and returned it for a score. A native of Atlanta Berry handed the ball to his mother who was sitting in the stands in the Georgia Dome.

-Bradley Roby returned an interception 51 yards for a touchdown as the Broncos beat the Jaguars 20-10. Roby picked off Blake Bortles' wobbler across the middle in the third quarter and went untouched the other way. The loss is the seventh straight for Jacksonville and dropped the Jags to 2-10. They are the fifth team in NFL history to post double-digit losses in six consecutive seasons, joining Tampa Bay, Detroit, Oakland and Cleveland.

— Derek Carr threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns to rally the Oakland Raiders to their biggest comeback in 16 years with a 38-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills. After falling behind 24-9 the 10-2 Raiders took the game over with 29 straight points and won their sixth straight to remain one game ahead of Kansas City in the tough AFC West. Oakland scored touchdowns on three straight drives, including scoring strikes from Carr to Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper for his sixth fourth-quarter comeback of the season.

— Without even putting on their pads and helmets, the Dallas Cowboys qualified for the postseason with Washington's 31-23 loss to Arizona Sunday. Dallas has won 11 consecutive games and is coming off a win last Thursday in Minnesota.

— Jameis (JAY'-mihs) Winston threw a go-ahead, 12-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Brate midway through the fourth quarter and Keith Tandy intercepted Philip Rivers in the end zone with 2:56 left to give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their fourth straight victory, 28-21 victory against San Diego. The 7-5 Bucs pulled into a tie with Atlanta atop the NFC South.

— Matthew Stafford passed for 341 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions 28-13 win over the Saints. Detroit has won seven of its last eight games and is now 8-4. The defeat drops the Saints to 5-7.

— The Packers and Texas are each 6-6 after Green Bay's 21-13 win over Houston. Aaron Rodgers led the way for the Pack by throwing for 209 yards and two touchdowns. The game was played under snowy conditions at Lambeau Field.

— On a snowy day in Chicago Jordan Howard ran for 117 yards and a career-high three touchdowns as the Bears handed the 49ers their 11th straight loss, 26-6. The losing streak is a franchise-record and the club set a team low with 6 yards net passing. The 3-9 Bears finished with a season high in points and picked up a rare win in a matchup between two of the NFL's worst teams.

— The Bengals had their most lopsided win of the season as they beat the visiting Eagles 32-14. Andy Dalton threw a pair of touchdown passes in the victory which improved the Bengals record to 4-7-1. The Eagles, who opened the season with three wins, are now 5-7.

— The rest of the NFC should be aware: the Seattle Seahawks are starting to look like the team that's been to the Super Bowl two of the past three years. The Seahawks mopped up last season's Super Bowl loser, the Carolina Panthers, 40-7. On the first play of the second half Tyler Lockett ran 75 yards for a touchdown. Russell Wilson completed 26 of 36 for 277 yards and one TD.

The Seahawks improved to 8-3-1, and are a perfect 6-0 at home. The reigning NFC champion Panthers are a disappointing 4-8.

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