We've got the pick of the NFL action from Week 13 including Tom Brady's landmark, the Chargers making history and the return of The Fridge.
LA Chargers produce epic comeback
No team has ever trailed by 16 points at Pittsburgh and won in 175 attempts, but Philip Rivers and the LA Charger did just that on Sunday as they remain firmly in the play-off hunt.
They earned a dramatic 33-30 victory after their game-winning field goal from Mike Badgley was taken three times following two Steelers penalties. He missed the first two but converted on the third for a famous win.
Brady passes 1,000-yard mark
Tom Brady is one of the slowest players in the league, but he achieved a landmark on Sunday as he eclipsed 1,000 career rushing yards - even if it took him 19 years and 265 games to get there...
Bears conjure up memories of The Fridge
Akiem Hicks did his best impression of William 'The Refrigerator' Perry as the Chicago bears defensive lineman piled over for a rare big man touchdown. Hicks is fourth heaviest player to ever score a touchdown according to the stats.
Bobby Wagner goes the distance
The Seattle Seahawks are right in the play-off picture after their latest win, which was sparked by Bobby Wagner going the length of the field against the San Francisco 49ers.
Rams become first team in the play-offs
The Los Angeles Rams are officially the first team to make the NFL play-offs after they completed back-to-back wins of the NFC West title.
Toddy Gurley, Jared Goff and Aaron Donald again starred as the Rams won for the 11th time this season by beating Detroit, and more importantly they now lead the New Orleans Saints in the race for top post in the AFC and home field advantage in the play-offs.
Houston the hottest team in the NFL
The Houston Texans have the longest active winning streak in the NFL after downing the Cleveland Browns to make it nine in a row as they top the AFC South.
At 9-3, they're matching the New England Patriots and are just behind the Kansas City Chiefs in the race for the top spot in the AFC and with play-makers on both sides of the ball they'll be a tough team to stop now they're on a roll.