Detroit Lions clinch playoff spot after Redskins lose in Washington

(AP) - The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions are in. The Washington Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are out.

The New York Giants settled much of the NFC playoff picture by downing the Redskins, 19-10. The outcome eliminated Washington and put the Packers and Lions in the postseason, regardless of the outcome of tonight's Green Bay-Detroit game.

New York blew a 10-0 lead in the second half before Robbie Gould drilled a 40-yard field goal with 2:12 remaining. Trevin Wade capped the scoring by returning a fumble 11 yards for a TD with no time left.

Paul Perkins ran for 102 yards and Eli Manning threw for 180 as the Giants finished 11-5 to earn the No. 5 seed in the NFC playoffs.

Kirk Cousins had 285 passing yards and a game-tying TD to Jordan Reed, but he was also picked off twice by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in the second half. Washington managed just 38 yards rushing in finishing the season 8-7-1.

Kansas City clinched the AFC West title with a 37-27 victory at San Diego and Oakland's 24-6 loss at Denver.

Alex Smith threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Chiefs finished 12-4. Smith tied the game with a five-yard scramble early in the second quarter and tossed a 4-yard touchdown pass to Charcandrick West later in the period to put the Chiefs ahead for good. Rookie Tyreek Hill padded the lead with a 95-yard punt return for a TD in the third quarter.

It may have been the final NFL game in San Diego as Chargers chairman Dean Spanos has until Jan. 15 to decide whether to move the team to the Los Angeles area.

Not only did the Raiders blow the division crown, they lost starting quarterback Matt McGloin to a shoulder injury in the second quarter. McGloin struggled with deep passes in his first start since Derek Carr suffered a broken leg. Rookie Connor Cook could be the Raiders' starting QB in the playoffs after completing 14 of 21 with a TD, an interception and a lost fumble.

Devontae Booker became the first Broncos rookie with a rushing and receiving touchdown in the same game since Clinton Portis in 2002.