Packers, Colts win

UNDATED (AP) — The Green Bay Packers moved a step closer to clinching home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs while their quarterback set a major team record.

Aaron Rodgers became the Packers’ all-time leader in touchdown passes by throwing for three more in a 24-22 victory over the Browns. Rodgers passed Brett Favre with his first TD of the day before ending up with 445.

Rodgers was 24 of 34 for 202 yards and no interceptions as the Packers improved to 12-3. Baker Mayfield had two touchdown passes but was sacked five times picked off a career-high four times in his first game since coming off the NFL’s injured/COVID list. Each of the Packers’ TDs came off Mayfield interceptions.

The Browns fell to 7-8 and will remain in last place in the AFC North.

The Cardinals continued their swoon with a 22-16 loss to the Colts. Carson Wentz threw for two touchdowns and Jonathan Taylor ran for 108 yards to guide the 9-6 Colts to their third win in a row. Wentz made the game’s biggest play midway through the fourth quarter, when he bounced around in the pocket for a few seconds before hitting Dezmon Patmon for a 14-yard touchdown.

The 10-5 Cardinals failed to clinch a playoff spot for a third straight week and are 3-5 since starting the season 7-0. Kyler Murray threw for 245 yards and a touchdown while also running for 74 yards.