Week 15's shocking results only jumble the playoff picture

Sunday was a day for the unexpected, as the Kansas City Chiefs ended the Green Bay Packers' 19-game winning streak and the Indianapolis Colts finally won a game for the first time this season. Check out NFL.com's Game Center for scores, stats and highlights of all Sunday's games, and find out what the results have done to the playoff picture.

Here's what else is on tap for Monday:

On NFL Network
"NFL Replay" will re-air the Chiefs' 19-14 win over the Packers on Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 8 p.m. ET.

» Both of New York's NFL teams experienced dismal losses Sunday, but only one will be able to rebound next week. Find out who it will be, and read Pat Kirwan's other Week 15 observations.

» The 1972 Miami Dolphins must have enjoyed their champagne Sunday. Find out how the Chiefs pulled off the upset of the year, and other things that Michael Lombardi loved and hated from Week 15.

» Monday is the last chance to help send your favorite players to Hawaii, so log in today and fill out your Pro Bowl ballot.

» Tom Brady and the New England Patriots got the better of the Denver Broncos Sunday, but a disappointing loss that could put the team's playoff hopes at risk wasn't enough to ruin Tim Tebow's day, Jeff Darlington writes.

» Log onto NFL.com or watch NFL Network for live updates and postgame analysis of Monday's Week 15 finale from San Francisco, where the 49ers try to hang onto the NFC's No. 2 seed as they take on the Steelers at 8:30 p.m. ET.

On NFL Network
"NFL Replay" will re-air the Lions' 28-27 win over the Raiders on Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

» Just when you thought Aaron Rodgers was a shoe-in for MVP, New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees comes along with a five-TD, zero-INT performance that should, at the very least, put him into the conversation, Dan Hanzus writes.

» Brees and Lions' Matthew Stafford both had big fantasy Sundays, but which was the top fantasy player of an exciting Week 15? Vote now on who made the biggest impact!

» Fun in the snow, the return of the fumblerooski, and a monkey riding a dog: It was all part of the wackiness of Week 15, and we've captured it in our Nuttiest Moments of the Week video.

» Happy birthday to NFL Network's Warren Sapp, who turns 39 on Monday. Also celebrating birthdays are former Vikings guard Randall McDaniel (47) and former Cardinals and Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer (37).

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