The Associated Press

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Kenyan Drake ran the last 52 yards as the Miami Dolphins scored on a pass and double lateral on the wild 69-yard final play Sunday to beat the New England Patriots 34-33.

It was the longest touchdown to win a game with no time remaining since the 1970 merger.

The Patriots were 16 seconds from clinching their 10th consecutive AFC East title when the Dolphins pulled off their stunner. Ryan Tannehill threw a 14-yard pass to Kenny Stills, who lateraled to DeVante Parker, who quickly lateraled to Drake. He found a seam and beat two Patriots to the corner of the end zone — defensive back J.C. Jackson and tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was on the field as part of New England’s prevent defense.

Chiefs 27, Ravens 24 : KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Harrison Butker atoned for a 43-yard miss as time expired with a 36-yard field goal in overtime, and the Chiefs stopped the Ravens on fourth down to clinch a playoff spot.

Saints 28, Buccaneers 14: TAMPA, Fla. — Drew Brees threw for one touchdown and ran another to help the Saints rally from an 11-point halftime deficit to clinch their second straight NFC South title.

Bears 15, Rams 6: CHICAGO — Eddie Goldman led a dominant defensive effort, and Chicago shut down Jared Goff and Los Angeles’ high-powered offense. The Rams (11-2) missed a chance to secure a first-round playoff bye and fell into a tie with New Orleans for home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.

Cowboys 29, Eagles 23: ARLINGTON, Texas — Dak Prescott threw his third touchdown pass to Amari Cooper on the first possession of overtime, and the Cowboys took a big step toward the NFC East title.

Chargers 26, Bengals 21: CARSON, Calif. — Philip Rivers threw for 220 yards and Michael Badgley kicked four field goals, including a team-record 59-yarder. Rivers completed 19 of 29 and threw a touchdown in what was not one of the team’s best games.

Lions 17, Cardinals 3: GLENDALE, Ariz. — Darius Slay returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown and Detroit got its first win in Arizona since 1993.

Colts 24, Texans 21: HOUSTON — Andrew Luck threw for 399 yards and two touchdowns and T.Y. Hilton had 199 receiving yards. The Colts (7-6) snapped a nine-game winning streak by the Texans (9-4), trimming Houston’s lead over the AFC South to two games with three remaining.

Browns 26, Panthers 20: CLEVELAND — Baker Mayfield outplayed Cam Newton, Jarvis Landry caught a touchdown pass and ran for another score and the Browns damaged Carolina’s playoff hopes. The Panthers dropped their fifth straight.

Packers 34, Falcons 20: GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and set an NFL record for interception-free football, and the Packers won their first game under interim head coach Joe Philbin.

Giants 40, Redskins 16: LANDOVER, Md. — Saquon Barkley rushed for 170 yards, including a 78-yard touchdown to surpass 1,000 yards for the season, and Eli Manning threw for three scores to effectively end Washington’s already-slim playoff hopes.

Jets 27, Bills 23: ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Sam Darnold one-upped fellow rookie Josh Allen, rallying the Jets. Elijah McGuire scored on a fourth-and-goal run from the 1 with 1:17 remaining to cap a drive during which Darnold completed 3 of 5 passes for 52 yards. The rookie quarterback particularly showed off his deft touch on a 37-yard pass to Robby Anderson, who made an over-the-shoulder catch up the right sideline.

21973989