Green Bay Packers top NFC & Tennessee Titans win AFC South
Aaron Rodgers helped the Green Bay Packers secure the top seed in the NFC, while Henry makes history as Titans win AFC South.
The Green Bay Packers secured the NFC's top seed on Sunday, while Derrick Henry led the Tennessee Titans to the AFC South title.
Aaron Rodgers again powered the Packers, throwing four touchdown passes in a win over the Chicago Bears.
Despite their loss, the Bears clinched a playoff spot, as did the Indianapolis Colts and Los Angeles Rams.
Meanwhile, Henry made history as the Titans won the AFC South, while the Washington Football Team claimed the NFC East.
RODGERS DOMINATES AGAIN AS PACKERS CLINCH TOP SEED
Rodgers completed 19 of 24 passes for 240 yards and four TDs in the Packers' 35-16 victory over the Bears.
The Packers quarterback connected for TDs with Robert Tonyan, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Dominique Dafney and Davante Adams.
Rodgers finished the regular season with 48 TD passes. Alongside Peyton Manning, they are the only players in NFL history with 45-plus TD passes in multiple seasons, according to NFL Research. They won the NFL MVP in each of the previous three instances.
While Green Bay finished with a 13-3 record, the 8-8 Bears also reached the playoffs.
HISTORY FOR HENRY AS TITANS WIN AFC SOUTH
The Titans claimed the AFC South for the first time since 2008 after a thrilling 41-38 win over the Houston Texans.
Henry became the eighth player in history to rush for at least 2,000 yards in a single season.
He had 250 rushing yards and two TDs against the Texans. Of the eight players to achieve the feat, Henry was the only one who needed 200-plus yards in his last game to get there, according to Stats Perform.
A.J. Brown had 151 receiving yards, but the Titans needed Sam Sloman's 37-yard field goal as time expired to edge the Texans.
The Titans became the first team in NFL history to have a 250-yard rusher and 150-yard receiver in the same game.
WASHINGTON WIN NFC EAST AS COLTS, RAMS REACH PLAYOFFS
The Washington Football Team claimed the NFC East thanks to a 20-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Alex Smith threw two touchdown passes and two interceptions as Washington (7-9) claimed the division.
The Colts (11-5) reached the playoffs thanks to a 28-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, while the Los Angeles Rams (10-6) are also into the postseason after beating the Arizona Cardinals 18-7.