NFL Wrap: Redskins blow it

Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins was the villain on Sunday as he threw an interception with just 72 seconds left as Washington blew their chance at a play-off place with a 19-10 home loss to the Giants.

It was Cousins’ second interception as they lost to a New York team with nothing to play for.

Trevin Wade then picked off Jordan Reed’s attempted lateral pass in the final play before running it in for a touchdown.

New York advance as the first wild card in the NFC.

Kansas City won the AFC West after beating San Diego 37-27 in what could be the last NFL game in San Diego should a proposed move to Los Angeles go through, while Denver beat the Raiders 24-6

The Chargers announced after the game that Mike McCoy would step down after four years in charge while Denver coach Gary Kubiak is also reported to be leaving his post.

Meanwhile, Chip Kelly was fired after just one season with San Francisco after watching the 49ers blow an 11 point lead to NFC West champions Seattle to lose 25-23 and finish the season 2-14.

Meanwhile, the Falcons beat the Saints 38-32 on the back of a 331-yard, four touchdown game from Matt Ryan.

Tampa Bay’s slim hopes of a playoff place were ended as Dallas lost 17-13 to Philadelphia, even after the Buccaneers’ 17-16 triumph over Carolina.

Pittsburgh, meanwhile topped off an AFC North-winning season by defeating Cleveland 27-24 in overtime thanks to three touchdown throws from backup quarterback Landry Jones.

The Patriots clinched home advantage for the playoffs after sealing a 35-14 win over Miami thanks to 276 yards and three touchdowns from the arm of Tom Brady.

Cincinnati beat Baltimore 27-10 while the Jaguars slipped to a 13th defeat of the regular season when Jack Doyle scored for Indianapolis with just nine seconds left to give them the victory.

Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes with three in the second half as the Green Bay Packers beat the Detroit Lions 31-24 for a sixth straight win.