Lynch celebrated the score, a career-long 79-yard run, with a backward dive and obscene gesture. He wasn't flagged on the play.
Cardinals defensive tackle Frostee Rucker called Lynch's move "childish" after the game but didn't take offense to the gesture.
Lynch has 12 touchdowns and 1,246 yards on the season.
In other fines:
• New York Giants wide receiver Preston Parker and defensive end Damontre Moore were fined $15,000 each by the NFL for their roles in a brawl during last weekend's game against the St. Louis Rams. Other fines levied as a result of the brawl: Rams DE William Hayes and Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. were each fined $10,000, and Rams LB Alec Ogletree, whose hit on Beckham Jr. continued out of bounds and ignited the melee, was docked $8,268.
Also, Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins was given a $16,537 fine for roughing the passer. Kicker Josh Brown was docked $8,268 for unnecessary roughness, and snapper Zak DeOssie was fined $8,268 for a late hit.
• Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah was fined $22,050 for unnecessary roughness while hitting Chicago quarterback Jimmy Clausen. The hit gave Clausen a concussion that will keep him from playing in Sunday's finale for the Bears.
Also, Bears tight end Martellus Bennett was fined $22,050 for abusive and insulting language toward an official.
• Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Justin Tuck was fined $22,050 for unsportsmanlike conduct (directed abusive and insulting language toward a game official) in his team's 26-24 win over Buffalo on Sunday.
Tuck was unhappy after a high-low hit by a Buffalo lineman was not called. The penalty was out of character for Tuck, generally known as a respectful player and a team leader.
• San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Joe Staley was fined $22,050 by the NFL for using "abusive'' language toward an official in Saturday's loss to the San Diego Chargers. Teammate Anquan Boldin, meanwhile, was docked $10,000 for head-butting Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright.
• Atlanta Falcons receiver Roddy White was fined $10,000 for shoving New Orleans Saints safety Pierre Warren after the whistle, which came after he pushed cornerback Keenan Lewis in the face mask last Sunday, a league source told ESPN.com's Vaughn McClure. White was whistled for a 15-yard personal foul on the first-quarter play.
White entered the game already holding a grudge against Lewis after Lewis said the Saints would send the Falcons to their funeral. Instead, the Falcons eliminated the Saints from playoff contention with a 30-14 triumph.
After the game, White took a parting shot at Lewis.
"If you're going to go out there and be talking about funerals and arranging funerals and bringing in flowers and doing all that stuff, you've got to finish the game," White said of Lewis, who was sidelined during the game while taking an IV. "Unfortunately, he didn't even play the whole game. ... Today, at [3:48 p.m.], we just woke up out the grave. So right now, we're going to get ready for next week."
ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss, Ohm Youngmisuk, Michael Rothstein, Bill Williamson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.