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By Ben Collins and Michael Emons

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  1. Bills seal play-off spot in late kick-off game

    Pittsburgh Steelers 10-17 Buffalo Bills

    The Buffalo Bills bagged a play-off spot with Josh Allen's 14-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Kroft in the fourth quarter proving decisive.

    Allen's counterpart Devlin Hodges had a less successful night, throwing four interceptions, including two in the end zone in the final two minutes.

    Josh Allen and Tyler Kroft
  2. Week 15 recap

    Seven teams have now booked their place in the NFL play-offs after an action-packed Sunday in Week 15.

    Reigning Super Bowl champions New England Patriots returned to winning ways to become the fourth team to seal their place in the post-season for a record 11th straight season.

    The Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers also won to put themselves on the brink, and their place was assured as the Los Angeles Rams lost in one of the late kick-offs. That result also means the San Francisco 49ers will be in the play-offs, despite suffering a dramatic defeat.

    And there were several inches of snow in Kansas City but that did not stop last season's MVP Patrick Mahomes guiding the Chiefs, who had already clinched the AFC West title, to victory over the Denver Broncos.

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  3. Best of the late games

    San Francisco 49ers 22-29 Atlanta Falcons

    Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan found Julio Jones for a game-winning touchdown pass with two seconds left in a wild finish at San Francisco.

    With the game on the line at Levi's Stadium, the Falcons had one touchdown decision reversed and from the next play Jones was initially ruled to have been stopped short.

    But that decision was reversed too, giving the Falcons a 23-22 lead, before they scored another touchdown after time expired as the 49ers lost possession while attempting several lateral passes from the kick-off return.

    The defeat saw the 49ers lose top spot in the NFC Conference but they still secured their first play-off appearance since 2013 due to the Los Angeles Rams' 44-21 defeat at Dallas Cowboys.

    Another thrilling finish saw the Jacksonville Jaguars snatch a 20-16 win in the Raiders' last game in Oakland before relocating to Las Vegas in 2020.

  4. Late games round-up

    Kenyan Drake scored four rushing touchdowns as the Arizona Cardinals won 38-24 at home to the Cleveland Browns.

    Defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo returned a fumble for a 56-yard touchdown as the Minnesota Vikings won 39-10 at the Los Angeles Chargers.

    The Vikings lost in-form running back Dalvin Cook to injury and in his absence Mike Boone ran for the first two touchdowns of his two-year career.

  5. Best of the early games

    In the big match of the early kick-offs, the Houston Texans won 24-21 at divisional rivals the Tennessee Titans to go clear at the top of the AFC South.

    Two Kenny Stills touchdowns gave the Texans a 14-0 lead at half-time, but Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill got over from one yard and then threw a five-yard touchdown pass for AJ Brown to level it up.

    Carlos Hyde rushed for a 10-yard touchdown to restore the Texans' lead and they held on to go 9-5.

    Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns as reigning Super Bowl champions the New England Patriots clinched a play-off berth with a 34-13 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Quarterback Russell Wilson finished with two touchdowns and 286 passing yards for the Seattle Seahawks as they scored a 30-24 win at the Carolina Panthers.

    The Green Bay Packers also put themselves on the brink of clinching a play-off berth by earning a 21-13 home win over the Chicago Bears.

  6. Early games round-up

    Jameis Winston completed 28 of 42 passes for a career-high 458 yards and four touchdowns to power the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 38-17 win at the Detroit Lions.

    Winston became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 450 yards in consecutive games.

    Veteran quarterback Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes to help the New York Giants end a nine-game losing streak with a 36-20 win over the Miami Dolphins.

    Quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for 340 yards and two touchdowns in the snow as the Kansas City Chiefs won their fourth straight match, defeating the Denver Broncos 23-3.

    The Philadelphia Eagles needed a late rally to defeat the Washington Redskins 37-27 to remain in the hunt for a play-off spot in the NFC East.

    The Eagles sealed victory with 30 seconds remaining when quarterback Carson Wentz picked out Greg Ward in the end zone before Nigel Bradham ran 47 yards for a fumble recovery touchdown on the final drive to extend the lead and set up a make-or-break clash with divisional rivals the Dallas Cowboys next weekend.

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  7. Post update

    Kansas City Chiefs 23-3 Denver Broncos

    The Chiefs were already assured of a play-off spot but overcame heavy snow in Kansas City to claim a fourth straight win and improve to a 10-4 record.

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  8. What does that mean for play-off race?

    Now that the dust has settled, let's reflect on what that means for the play-off picture.

    Despite being denied victory in that bizarre finish against Atlanta, the San Francisco 49ers have clinched a place in the post-season due to the Los Angeles Rams' defeat at Dallas.

    The Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks are also in.

  9. Late results

    These are the results from the five late games on Sunday.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Buffalo Bills in a match that starts at 01:20 GMT.

    Late results
  10. And breathe...

    I did NOT see that coming from those late games. A great finish to the Oakland-Jacksonville game.

    And then San Francisco-Atlanta is even more chaotic!!

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  11. Touchdown Falcons!

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 22-29 Atlanta Falcons

    It's desperation time now for the 49ers. Deebo Samuel gathers the kick and then throws a lateral pass to keep the play alive as time expires. The game's over as soon as it goes dead.

    The 49ers try another couple of lateral passes as they're gradually forced back and their luck runs out. The ball hits the deck three yards from the own end zone and, remarkably, Olamide Zaccheaus scoops it up to score another Atlanta touchdown. It's utter chaos out there. What a finish!

  12. Post update

    San Francisco 49ers 22-23 Atlanta Falcons

    Matt Ryan tries to run in a two-point attempt but doesn't convert. The Falcons still have to kick-off and they choose not to risk an onside kick.

  13. Full-time

    Dallas Cowboys 44-21 Los Angeles Rams

    Touchdowns from Jason Witten, Tavon Austin, Ezekiel Elliott (two) and Tony Pollard help the Dallas Cowboys to a convincing 44-21 win over the Los Angeles Rams.

    That takes the Cowboys to 7-7 and top of the NFC East. The Rams drop to 8-6 and their failure to win means the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks all secure their play-off places.

  14. Falcons lead!

    San Francisco 49ers 22-23 Atlanta Falcons

    Looking at the replays, the ball is firmly in Julio Jones' grasp, with the ball appearing to have crossed the plain of the goal-line, when his momentum is stopped by the tackle.

    And yes, it's reversed again! Unbelievable scenes. It's a touchdown. The Falcons have snatched the lead at the death.

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  15. Post update

    San Francisco 49ers 22-17 Atlanta Falcons

    Matt Ryan fizzes one into Julio Jones and he's tackled right on the goal-line. Did he manage to get it in? It's not been given as a touchdown.

  16. Touchdown reversed!

    San Francisco 49ers 22-17 Atlanta Falcons

    No, it's reversed on review. There's now two seconds on the clock so still time for the Falcons to have one last go.

  17. Touchdown Rams

    Dallas Cowboys 44-21 Los Angeles Rams

    The Rams are at least ending strongly. Jared Goff bullets a pass to Cooper Kupp for a seven-yard touchdown. The fact there is no celebration from Kupp shows it is not going to change the result.

    They try a two-point conversion but Brandin Cooks takes a heavy hit and can't hang on to it in the end zone.

  18. Post update

    San Francisco 49ers 22-17 Atlanta Falcons

    Atlanta then get within five yards before Matt Ryan, with eight seconds left, fizzes one down the middle to Austin Hooper. Does he hold as he hits the deck? It's given as a touchdown, but will be reviewed.

  19. Post update

    San Francisco 49ers 22-17 Atlanta Falcons

    Matt Ryan makes two passes to move the chains before finding Julio Jones for a 25-yard gain, putting the Falcons on San Francisco's 24-yard line.

  20. 49ers field goal

    San Francisco 49ers 22-17 Atlanta Falcons

    Robbie Gould makes amends for his earlier missed kick by making a 43-yard field goal to leave the Falcons needing a touchdown with 1:52 on the clock.