Seahawks keep rolling into spot in postseason
• SEATTLE 30, CLEVELAND 13: Russell Wilson continued his record pace by throwing three touchdown passes, two to Doug Baldwin, and the host Seahawks clinched a playoff spot for the fourth consecutive season by beating the Browns on Sunday. "We're resilient," said Baldwin, who joined Jerry Rice as the only players to score 10 TDs over a four-game stretch in a single season. Seattle (9-5) won its fifth game in a row and wrapped up a postseason berth. Wilson completed 21 of 30 passes for 249 yards and became the first quarterback with three or more TD passes and no interceptions in five consecutive games. Johnny Manziel threw a 7-yard TD to Gary Barnidge on the first drive for the Browns (3-11).
• CINCINNATI 24, SAN FRANCISCO 14: Jeremy Hill ran for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns to back quarterback AJ McCarron's first career start, and the Bengals (11-3) clinched a fifth consecutive postseason berth by beating the host 49ers (4-10). Cincinnati forced three second-quarter turnovers by San Francisco to take command.
• WASHINGTON 35, BUFFALO 25: Kirk Cousins equaled his career high with four touchdown passes and ran 13 yards for another score, helping the host Redskins (7-7) stay atop the NFC East by beating the Bills (6-8), who are now assured of missing the postseason for the 16th year in a row, the NFL's longest active drought.
• ATLANTA 23, JACKSONVILLE 17: Julio Jones scored for the first time in seven weeks, catching nine passes for 118 yards, and the Falcons (7-7) ended a six-game losing streak by beating the host Jaguars (5-9).