Each week, the Around The NFL crew will choose the plays that defined Sunday.
One of the biggest plays in New England's Week 15 win was a Tom Brady run. After a first half dominated at the line of scrimmage by Miami, the Patriots had a huge touchdown drive to start the second half, highlighted by Brady's third-and-long run. Brady said he was going to slide, but he was "pretty pissed off." -- Gregg Rosenthal
It wasn't pretty, but the Colts clinched the AFC South as the defense did just enough to shut down third-string quarterback Tom Savage. Vontae Davis -- who has been one of the NFL's best corners when healthy this season -- thwarted any threat of a disastrous ending with a fourth-down pick, slamming the door, and the Texans' season, shut. -- Kevin Patra
Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel looked lost from the first snap on Sunday, leading Cleveland to five first downs and just 107 total yards of offense in a blowout loss to the Bengals. His teammates were no help, but JFF's Total QBR of 1.0 was the lowest by any starting passer all season and the product of multiple misfires and two ugly interceptions. View the carnage at your own risk. -- Marc Sessler