Sunday marked multiple games on the NFL schedule overrun by snowy conditions along the eastern corridor.
The Eagles earned the gold star of the day from the weather perspective because not only did they rally from a 14-0 second half deficit to win 34-20 but they managed to do so while playing in this:
Meanwhile in Washington, the wheels are rolling off the Mike Shanahan regime after a week that featured a 45-10 home loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and rumors that the ultimate leader is having issues with Redskins owner Daniel Snyder.
Perhaps, General Snyder should be more focused on fixing this scene that took place at halftime of Kansas City’s whipping:
The Ravens survived a long Corradelle Patterson touchdown reception to win 29-26 over Minnesota and stay alive in the AFC playoff race.
Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson left the game with an injury but managed to leave some parting shots about Ravens fans and officiating before heading out of town.
Lastly, the Steelers allowed Miami to roll into snowy Heinz Field and leave with a 34-28 victory. At least Dolphins provided one of the fun fan images of Week 14.