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Welcome to another NFL Sunday.

The Rams (11-4)  beat the Titans (8-7) 27-73 in Tennessee to clinch their first NFC West title since 2003. The Chargers (8-7) beat the Jets (5-10) in New York. 

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AFC notes: From A to Z

Baltimore Ravens: Ravens have won five straight December home games and are 36-15 at home all-time. Kicker Justin Tucker hasn’t missed an extra-point attempt.

Buffalo Bills: Kelvin Benjamin had 104 yards receiving in his only game against Patriots, as a Panther. He has just 120 yards receiving in four games with the Bills.

Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals have scored 17 points and had only 495 yards over the last 10 quarters. Andy Dalton has had one score and three interceptions in that time.

CHARGERS: Anthony Lynn was an assistant for the Jets from 2009-14, including a stint as assistant head coach under Rex Ryan in his final season in New York. 

Cleveland Browns: The Browns are tied for the third-most yards per carry (4.6) and are led by running back Isaiah Crowell’s 788 yards rushing and two scores.

Denver Broncos: Linebacker Von Miller is one of three players to have 10-plus sacks in six of their first seven seasons. He leads the league with 83 1/2 sacks since 2011.

Houston Texans: End Jadeveon Clowney is second in the league with 20 tackles for a loss and has had a career-high nine sacks. He also has two forced fumbles.

Indianapolis Colts: Jacoby Brissett has four rushing touchdowns, one short of a franchise record by a quarterback set by Andrew Luck as a rookie in 2012. 

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars have lost eight straight in the Pacific time zone by an average of 20.9 points. Last win out west came Jan. 2, 2005, at Oakland.

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs can clinch back-to-back AFC West titles for the first time in franchise history with a win over Miami or a Chargers loss at New York Jets. 

Miami Dolphins: Cameron Wake needs one sack to become the 11th player since 1982 with a double-digit sack season at age 35 or older. He’s had 90 1/2 over nine seasons.

New England Patriots: The Patriots can lock up a first-round bye this week with a win over the Bills combined with either a Pittsburgh or Jacksonville loss. 

N.Y. Jets: The Jets have scored on 21 straight red-zone possessions, including 13 touchdowns. End Leonard Williams had his first career interception last week.

Oakland Raiders: Pro Bowl end Khalil Mack seeks sack in sixth straight game. Linebacker Bruce Irvin has five sacks and two forced fumbles over the last four games. 

Pittsburgh Steelers: Rookie receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster had six catches for 114 yards receiving last week, and is third among rookies with five touchdown catches. 

Tennessee Titans: Derrick Henry has 375 yards rushing in the fourth quarter, second most in NFL. Delanie Walker has had a TD catch in three of last four games.

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