The early NFL Week 14 matchups included a Cam Newton 62-yard run to set up the winning score and overtime games between the Packers vs. Browns and the Colts vs. Bills. In the late afternoon/night matchups, the Eagles may have won the battle against the Rams, but lost the war (Wentz injury). The Steelers and Ravens game came down to a final kick, and the Jaguars bested the Seahawks in Jacksonville. Offense was lacking for several teams, including the Titans, Cardinals, Jets, and Redskins.

Eagles (11-2) vs Rams (9-4) - 43-35

Carson Wentz threw an interception on the Eagles' first possession, which led to a Rams' score three plays later; Todd Gurley rushed in a touchdown from two yards out.

But Wentz quickly responded by leading Philadelphia on an eight-play, 75-yard drive, finding Brent Celek in the end zone to tie the game. A second Wentz touchdown pass in the first quarter, this time to Trey Burton, put the Eagles up 14-7. The scoring race continued to escalate on the Rams' next series. Jared Goff hit Cooper Kupp for a six-yard score, but Philly tacked on a field goal to take a 24-14 lead into halftime.

The two teams combined for four touchdowns on the first four possessions of the second half. Los Angeles' receiver Sammy Watkins caught a one-yard reception to cut the deficit to three. The Rams then blocked a Philly punt for a touchdown to jump ahead 28-24. The Eagles reclaimed the lead with a short touchdown pass from Wentz to Alshon Jeffery, but Wentz was injured on the drive and didn't return after the score.

Los Angeles answered with Todd Gurley's second touchdown run to go back ahead 35-31. Nick Foles replaced Wentz at quarterback and helped pull the Eagles within one, leading them on a field goal drive.

On the Rams' next possession, Philly defensive end Chris Long stripped Goff in Los Angeles' territory. The Eagles went up for good on a 33-yard Jake Elliott kick.

Wentz passed for 291 yards and four touchdowns, but the severity of his knee injury could be problematic for Philly moving forward.

Steelers (11-2) defeat Ravens (7-6) - 39-38

The Steelers raced out to an early 14-0 lead. Running back Le'Veon Bell both caught a touchdown and rushed for one to put Pittsburgh ahead. Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco responded by driving the offense 78 yards in nine plays to cut the deficit to seven.

After the Steelers kicked a field goal to make it 17-7, Baltimore put together another scoring drive; Alex Collins ran a touchdown in from 18 yards out. A second Pittsburgh field goal pushed their lead to 20-14 at halftime.

The Ravens stormed out-the-gate in the second half by scoring on three straight possessions (two touchdowns, field goal) to jet ahead 31-20. After the Steelers knocked in a field goal, Roethlisberger threaded a pass to Roosevelt Nix for a one-yard score. But the Ravens came right back, pushing their lead to 38-29 on a Javorius Allen nine-yard touchdown run.

With 6:44 remaining, Roethlisberger led the Steelers on a 68-yard scoring drive; Bell hit paydirt for the third time on an 11-yard reception.

Down 36-38, Pittsburgh got the ball back at the 2:25 mark. Roethlisberger found tight end Jesse James for 14 yards on a critical third down play and then threw deep downfield to Antonio Brown to set up the game-winning field goal. Chris Boswell nailed the kick with 44 seconds on-the-clock to give the Steelers the victory. Roethlisberger was 44-66 for 506 yards and two scores. Brown had 213 yards receiving.

Jaguars (9-4) defeat Seahawks (8-5) - 30-24

This game was a tale of two halves. The defense for both teams dominated play in the first and second quarters. Jacksonville held just a 3-0 lead at halftime. But the offenses exploded in the second half. Jacksonville went up 10-0 following a Russell Wilson interception; Jaguars' quarterback Blake Bortles hit Dede Westbrook for an 18-yard score.

Seattle kicked a field goal to pull within seven and got the ball right back after Jacksonville fumbled on the subsequent kickoff. Wilson found Doug Baldwin for a 26-yard touchdown pass, but the Jaguars answered immediately as Bortles threw a 75-yard touchdown to Keelan Cole. Following a Seahawks' three-and-out, Jacksonville returned the punt 44 yards down to the Seattle one-yard line. Leonard Fournette punched the ball in on the next play to go ahead 24-10. A third Wilson interception led to a Jacksonville field goal.

Seattle slashed the lead back down to 10 on a 61-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to Paul Richardson. The Jaguars nudged the lead to 30-17 on another field goal, but the Seahawks pulled within seven on a 74-yard Wilson to T.J.

Lockett touchdown connection. The Seahawks had one final chance to tie the score, but turned-the-ball-over on downs.

Chargers (7-6) defeat Redskins (5-8) - 30-13

The Chargers zoomed out to an early 13-0 lead behind two field goals and a touchdown pass from Rivers to tight end Hunter Henry. Washington came back in the second when Kirk Cousins found Vernon Davis for a 23-yard score. But Rivers bombed a pass to Tyrell Williams on the first play of the next drive for a 75-yard touchdown, putting San Diego up 13 points.

The Chargers added a field goal to go ahead 23-6 at halftime. The Redskins never stood a chance in the second half. Rivers threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns.

Cardinals (6-7) vs Titans (8-5) - 12-7

This offensively-challenged game remained 0-0 in the first quarter. Tennessee put the first points on the board in the second with a nine-play, 50-yard drive. Running back Derrick Henry rushed in a touchdown from six yards out. The Cardinals finally scored on their first series of the second half. After a successful field goal, a failed Titans' fake punt gave Arizona the ball right back, which led to another Cardinals' kick through the uprights.

Arizona went ahead 9-7 following a 71-yard drive to knock in their third field goal of the game. A fourth Cardinals' field goal was the nail in the coffin for the Titans.

Broncos (4-9) defeat Jets (5-8) - 23-0

The Broncos came into the game having lost eight straight, but took out all their frustrations on the Jets.

After opening the game with a field goal, Denver recovered a Jets' fumble and turned that into seven points; Trevor Siemian hit Demaryius Thomas for a 20-yard touchdown.

A field goal just before halftime put Denver up by 13, and a touchdown on the first series of the second half put the game on ice. The Denver defense held New York to just 100 total yards of offense.