With the sixteenth Sunday of the 2017-18 NFL season now in the books, let's take a look at the two teams that put on the most impressive performances [VIDEO] of the week. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans to capture their first division crown in over a decade while the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Dallas Cowboys to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams went on the road to face the Tennesse Titans, with the chance to clinch their division and a playoff spot. Both teams went back and forth in the first half, with MVP candidate Todd Gurley scoring twice in a game that was tied 13-13 at halftime.

The Rams felt the loss of Pro Bowl kicker Greg Zuerlein, as new kicker Sam Ficken missed an extra point and a 36-yard field goal.

Tennessee then had their own special teams problems in the third quarter as Ryan Succop missed a 45-yard field goal and the Rams drove down after that to take a 20-13 lead.

The Titans then scored ten unanswered points to take a 23-20 lead at the very start of the fourth quarter. Los Angeles then drove down and scored what would be the final points, with rookie Cooper Kupp hauling in Jared Goff's fourth touchdown pass to make it 27-23.

Both teams then traded two punts, and the Titans got one last chance to win the game down with 3:25 remaining.

However, they ended up turning it over on downs at the Rams 43-yard line as Connor Barwin got pressure on Marcus Mariota on 4th-and-4. Next week, the Rams face the surging San Francisco 49ers needing a win to guarantee they remain the three seed in the NFC.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks went into Dallas to face the Cowboys what was basically a playoff game, as the loser was eliminated from contention. Despite managing 11 total yards and four punts on their first four drives, Seattle was only down 6-0 thanks to their defense. However, the offense capitalized after a Dez Bryant fumble by going 43-yards in five plays to make it 7-6. Dallas then retook the lead before halftime with another field goal.

Seattle opened the second half by punting after five plays, but Justin Coleman then scored on an interception off of Dak Prescott to give Seattle the lead back. Dallas was then held to a fourth field goal, and the Seahawks offense went three-and-out again. The Cowboys then drove down to Seattle's 25-yard line, but K.J. Wright picked off Prescott, giving the Seahawks defense their third turnover of the day.

This seemingly sparked Seattle' offense as they managed a 13-play, 79-yard drive to score on a six-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin. For context, their offense only managed 57 total yards of offense the entire game outside of this drive. Seattle's defense then forced two more field goals in the last 12 minutes, both of which were missed, as they won 21-12. Now, the Seahawks must win next week against the Cardinals and hope the Falcons lose to the Panthers in order to make the playoffs.