By The Associated Press The Latest on the 13th Sunday of the NFL regular season (all times Eastern): ___ 4:55 p.m. That Week 17 matchup between the Titans and Jaguars keeps looking bigger and bigger. Both teams won to remain tied atop the AFC South with matching 8-4 records: The Titans beat the Houston Texans 24-13 on a victory sealed by LeShaun Sims' end-zone interception with about a minute left, while the Jaguars rolled past the Indianapolis Colts 30-10. Tennessee hosts Jacksonville on New Year's Eve. In another result with playoff implications, the NFC North-leading Minnesota Vikings improved to 10-2 by defeating the Atlanta Falcons 14-9. The Vikings still have a shot at catching the Philadelphia Eagles for the conference's best record, while Atlanta tumbled to 7-5 and could soon be losing touch with the teams ahead of it in the NFC South, Carolina and New Orleans, who played later Sunday. And the Chiefs have lost six of their past seven games to fall to .500 after letting the New York Jets to come back and win 38-31. In other early games in Week 13: - The Patriots beat the Bills 23-3; - The Packers edged the Bucs 26-20 in OT; - The Ravens routed the Lions 44-20; - The Dolphins handed the Broncos an eighth consecutive loss 35-9; - The 49ers got past the Bears 15-14. ___ 4:30 Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sat and Giants defensive lineman Olivier Vernon knelt for the national anthem before their teams' game, raising the total to 11 players around the NFL making some sort of statement during "The Star-Spangled Banner." Both Lynch and Vernon have consistently made those gestures this season. Earlier, safety Eric Reid was among three San Francisco 49ers players who knelt during the national anthem before facing the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Reid recently left a group of players negotiating with the NFL about the protests, saying that Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins excluded Colin Kaepernick from meetings and asked about the possibility of ending demonstrations if the league made charitable donations. On Sunday, Reid, receiver Marquise Goodwin and nose tackle Earl Mitchell each took a knee during the national anthem in Chicago, while everyone on