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Scoreboard Roundup - 12/21/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL: Atlanta Falcons 30 (6-9) - New Orleans Saints 14 (6-9)

Carolina Panthers 17 (6-8-1) - Cleveland Browns 13 (7-8)

Pittsburgh Steelers 20 (10-5) - Kansas City Chiefs 12 (8-7)

Green Bay Packers 20 (11-4) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 (2-13)

Miami Dolphins 37 (8-7) - Minnestoa Vikings 35 (6-9)

New England Patriots 17 (12-3) - New York Jets 16 (3-12)

Detroit Lions 20 (11-4) - Chicago Bears 14 (5-10)

Houston Texans 25 (8-7) - Baltimore Ravens 13 (9-6)

Dallas Cowboys 42 (11-4) - Indianapolis Colts 7 (10-5)

Oakland Raiders 26 (3-12) - Buffalo Bills 24 (8-7)

New York Giants 37 (6-9) - St. Louis Rams 27 (6-9)

NBA: Toronto Raptors 118 (22-6) - New York Knicks 108 (5-25)

Cleveland Cavaliers 105 (16-10) - Memphis Grizzlies 91 (21-6)

NCAAM: (6) Virginia 76 (11-0) - Harvard 27 (7-2)

(17) Maryland 73 (11-1) - Oklahoma State 64 (9-2)


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Packers Pace Buccaneers

Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images(TAMPA BAY) -- The Green Bay Packers took care of business Sunday with a 20-3 win over the Buccaneers.

Aaron Rodgers continued his magnificent season, picking apart the Bucs secondary, completing 31 of 40 passes for 318 yards and a touchdown.

Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson proved to be the reliable targets that Rodgers has trusted all seasons. Cobb caught 11 passes for 131 yards and Nelson 9 passes for 113 yards and the one Packers aerial touchdown.

Eddie Lacy provided balance for the Packers offense, rushing for 99 yards and one touchdown on 17 carries. 

The Packers' defense clamped down on Tampa Bay, as they held Bucs running back Doug Martin to 17 yards on the ground and kept Josh McCown in check. McCown threw for just 147 yards and tossed an interception.

The Packers host the Detroit Lions next week, with the winner earning the NFC North title.

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Falcons Sweep Saints; Set Up NFC South Title Bout with Panthers

Leon Halip/Getty Images(NEW ORLEANS, La) -- With the season sweep of the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Falcons guaranteed that the winner of the NFC South will have a losing record.

The Falcons defeated the Saints 30-14 Sunday, giving both teams a 6-9 record on the season.

Matt Ryan led the Atlanta charge, completing 30 of 40 passes for 322 yards and one touchdown pass to Eric Weems. 

Julio Jones returned from injury and looked in fine form, as he caught seven passes for 107 yards.

Drew Brees and the Saints offense continued their season-long inconsistencies. Jimmy Graham fumbled on the Falcons' 1-yard line in the fourth quarter, and Drew Brees threw two interceptions, including one to Robert McClain that set up an Atlanta field goal.

The Falcons will host the Carolina Panthers (6-8-1) next week in Atlanta, with the winner earning the NFC South crown. 

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Andy Dalton: Peyton Manning's 'One of the Best to Ever Play'

Andy Lyons/Getty Images(CINCINNATI) -- The Cincinnati Bengals will have to win to hold onto first place in the AFC North when they host the Denver Broncos on Monday night.

Denver (11-3) has already clinched their division, but is seeking home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has tossed 15 touchdowns and thrown for 3,008 yards and has the utmost respect for his counterpart.

"Growing up I was watching [Peyton Manning] play," Dalton said.  "It's fun to get to go against these guys, you definitely want to watch what they're doing and see how they play."

"He's a guy that's been one of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game," Dalton continued.  "It's cool to get to play against a guy like that."

Manning and the Broncos are 4-3 on the road this year and would like to create some momentum as they head into the playoffs.

"This game means a lot to us, but it means a lot to them as well," Manning said.  "They're playing at home, Monday Night Football, it'll be a great atmosphere.  It's going to be rocking down there, both teams have a lot on the line."

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Report: Kings in Pursuit of Nets' Deron Williams

NBA via Brooklyn Nets(NEW YORK) -- The Kings and Brooklyn Nets are discussing a trade that would Deron Williams to Sacramento, reports.

Sacramento has targeted Williams, but no deal is certain, according to sources.

Yahoo! Sports reports that the teams have discussed a multiplayer deal that would send Derrick Williams, Jason Thompson, and Darren Collison to Brooklyn for Williams.

The three-time All-Star is owed $63.1 million over the next three seasons and ESPN NBA insider Marc Stein reported that Brooklyn has been shopping him around the league since Dec. 9.

The Nets currently sit in ninth place in the Eastern Conference.

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Muhammad Ali Hospitalized with Mild Case of Pneumonia

Jay Reilly/Getty Images(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) -- Boxing legend Muhammad Ali was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia on Saturday night.

Doctors caught the pneumonia early enough for Ali to be in stable condition, family spokesman Bob Gunnell said.

"Muhammad Ali who suffers from Parkinson's Disease is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition," Gunnel told ABC News Radio.

Gunnell would not release where Ali is being hospitalized. No other details are being released due to the Ali family's request for privacy.

"Because the pneumonia was caught early, his prognosis is good, with a short hospital stay expected," Gunnel continued.

Ali, 72, retired from boxing in 1981. His last public appearance was at the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards in September.

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Rangers Give Talbot 1-Year Extension

Jupiterimages/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Goalie Cam Talbot agreed to a one-year, 1.45 million contract extension with the New York Rangers that will keep him with the team through the 2015-16 season.

The 27-year-old Talbot has served as Henrik Lundqvist's backup for the past two seasons. During that time he's appeared in 28 games posting a 14-9-2 record with a 1.80 goals-against average, .936 save percentage and five shutouts.

During the 2013-14 season, Talbot became the first Rangers goalie to allow two or fewer goals in each of his first seven NHL starts.

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Top-Ranked Kentucky Annihilates UCLA

Mitchell Layton/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Kentucky started off the game on a 24-0 run and never looked back as the top-ranked Wildcats annihilated UCLA 83-44 Saturday.

Eight Wildcats scored at least five points, with freshman Devin Booker leading the way with 19.

"People can watch these guys in 20 minutes and know how really good they are," Kentucky head coach John Calipari said. "They don't need 40 minutes, and these kids are great. We're a really good team with a bunch of guys, 10 guys, that all could score double figures."

UCLA (8-4) had only seven points at halftime, the lowest it's scored in a half in the past 15 seasons.

"If they continue to play at that level defensively, I'm a firm believer they got a chance to run this thing out," UCLA head coach Steve Alford said about Kentucky possibly going undefeated.

Next up for the Wildcats (12-0): a road game against in-state rival No. 4 Louisville (10-0) Saturday.


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Pats Rule Out Edelman and Blount for Sunday's Showdown with Jets

Jim Rogash/Getty Images(EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.) -- The New England Patriots (11-3) will be without leading receiver Julian Edelman and running back LeGarrette Blount for their important road game versus the New York Jets (3-11) Sunday, the team announced Saturday. 

Blount is dealing with a shoulder injury and was a limited participant in practice all week. Without Blount, the Pats should use more of Jonas Gray and Shane Vereen against a Jets' rush defense that ranks fourth in the NFL in yards allowed per game.

Meanwhile, Edelman, who was also limited in practice all week, is dealing with the affects of concussion he suffered within the last week.  

Edelman has played in all 14 games for the Patriots this season. During that time he has 92 catches for 972 yards and five touchdowns (one coming via a punt return).

The game is big for playoff seeding for New England. A win secures the Patriots a first-round bye in the playoffs. Also, a Pats win coupled with a Denver loss earns them the No. 1 seed in the AFC.

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Eagles Playoff Chances Darkened After Getting Clipped by Skins

Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(LANDOVER, Md.) -- Kai Forbath connected on a 26-yard, game-winning field goal with five seconds to play as the Washington Redskins sunk the Philadelphia Eagles 27-24 Saturday.

The loss means the Eagles (9-6) can be eliminated from playoff contention Sunday if the Dallas Cowboys (10-4) beat the Indianapolis Colts.

Forbath's field goal was set up after Redskins rookie cornerback Bashaud Breeland intercepted Mark Sanchez's pass with 1:31 to play. It was Sanchez's second turnover of the contest and 13th in seven games this season.

"We're currently minus-9 in the turnover margin, so us having nine wins is really impressive for that," Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said. "And really we were on borrowed time playing that style of football. If we had run the table in December with that kind of football, it would have been surprising, and it's something we didn't fix."

Quarterback Robert Griffin III got the start for Washington (4-11) and completed 16 of 23 passes for 220 yards and an interception.

"We wanted to spoil their Christmas and send them home," Griffin said, "and we did our part."

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