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Browns won’t go 0-16, and that’s a beautiful thing - SBNation.com
These are the four best things about the Browns’ win over the Chargers on Saturday.

Steelers got their groove back just like every year, but this time Le’Veon Bell’s ready to go - SBNation.com
Le’Veon Bell has never played in the postseason and could be a difference maker in January.

Antonio Brown ties NFL record with 4th straight season of 100+ catches - SBNation.com
The Pittsburgh receiver joined elite company on Sunday.

NFL scores and more, Week 16: What happened Saturday - SBNation.com
A pair of devastating injuries headlined a dozen Christmas Eve games. Wrapping up a busy Saturday in the NFL.

Antonio Brown reached across 4 Ravens defenders on his way to the division-clinching score - SBNation.com
This was a phenomenal effort.

Dontari Poe, all 346 pounds of him, just threw the heaviest touchdown pass ever - SBNation.com
Dontari Poe, quarterback.

Ravens vs. Steelers 2016 final score: Pittsburgh pulls out comeback victory to clinch AFC North - SBNation.com
The Steelers leaned on Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown to earn a spot in the playoffs.

Broncos vs. Chiefs 2016 final score: Kansas City ends Denver’s playoff hopes in 33-10 win - SBNation.com
A pair of big plays made things easy for the Kansas City offense.

The Buccaneers still have a chance - a very, very small chance - Stats & Info- ESPN
The Bucs need to cover a nine-team parlay to reach the playoffs. FPI projects an 0.0016 percent chance that all nine of those games go their way.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Mike Evans gives family needed joy on Christmas - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
The simple act of giving a signed jersey to a family going through a difficult time had an emotional impact on all involved.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Making Doug Martin inactive raises questions about his future | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Two weeks ago Dirk Koetter was asked about how Doug Martin was running, despite his less-than 3-yards-per-carry average. The Bucs' coach pounced on the subject like a loose football.