Bills running back LeSean McCoy runs past the Jaguars defense for a touchdown during a game on Nov. 27. (Jeffrey T. Barnes / Associated Press)
Baltimore Ravens: Kicker Justin Tucker has nine field goals of at least 50 yards, one short of the NFL record. He’s made 31 or 32 field goals after having one blocked last week.
Buffalo Bills: LeSean McCoy is 24 rushing yards short of his fifth season with 1,000. McCoy accounts for almost 30% of the Bills’ total offense with 1,293 total yards.
Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals switched kickers this week, releasing Mike Nugent and claiming Randy Bullock off waivers from the Steelers.
Cleveland Browns: Running back Isaiah Crowell has had four 100-yard rushing games, the most by a Brown since Peyton Hillis had five such games in 2010.
Denver Broncos: Demaryius Thomas has 100-plus receiving yards in three of his last five games against the Patriots. He has 925 receiving yards this season.
Houston Texans: Benardrick McKinney is only NFL player with at least 100 tackles (114) and four sacks. Jadeveon Clowney leads AFC ends with 12 tackles for losses.
Indianapolis Colts: Quarterback Andrew Luck is second on the team in rushing with 304 yards, just 84 fewer than Vikings leading rusher Jerick McKinnon.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Defensive end Yannick Ngakoue is third among rookies with six sacks and also has four forced fumbles and an interception. Jaguars have lost eight in a row.
Kansas City Chiefs: Tight end Travis Kelce has four straight 100-yard receiving games, tied with Tony Gonzalez for the longest streak in franchise history.
Miami Dolphins: The last time Matt Moore made a start for the Dolphins was in 2011 and current Jets Coach Todd Bowles was the interim coach in Miami.
New England Patriots: Rookie receiver Malcolm Mitchell has four touch- down catches in his last four games. He has 358 yards receiving in nine games this season.
N.Y. Jets: The Jets put safety Marcus Gilchrist (knee), who is tied for the team lead in intercep- tions (two), and right tackle Breno Giacomini on injured reserve.
Oakland Raiders: The Raiders need a win to clinch their first playoff berth since 2002, when they advanced to the Super Bowl and were routed, 48-21, by Tampa Bay.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers have given up 16 sacks, the second-fewest to Oakland’s 13. Antonio Brown needs seven catches for his fourth straight season with 100.
San Diego Chargers: Chargers running back Melvin Gordon, who is three rushing yards shy of his first 1,000-yard season, is unlikely to play because of a hip injury.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans are seeking their first three-game win streak since 2011. Tennessee hasn’t turned the ball over in four consecutive games.