Atlanta Falcons 15-21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tom Brady threw for 351 yards and a touchdown to help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers end their two-game losing streak with a victory over the Atlanta Falcons. Brady made 35 of 52 passes without an interception, and New England avoided his three-game losing streak since 2002 when he was with the Patriots. Leonard Fournette was the Bucks and he had 2 TDs (3-2).
Philadelphia Eagles 20–17 Arizona Cardinals
Jalen Hurts scored two touchdowns and the Philadelphia Eagles remained the only undefeated team in the NFL after Matt Amendola’s second-half field goal attempt saw the Cardinals stray wide right. The Eagles improved to his 5-0 for the first time since winning his first seven games in 2004, finishing 13-3.
Los Angeles Chargers 30–28 Cleveland Browns
Rookie Cade York missed a 54-yard field goal with 11 seconds remaining in Los Angeles’ 30-28 win over the Cleveland Browns after Chargers coach Brandon Staley inexplicably gambled on fourth down. . York’s kick went out to the right, allowing the Chargers (3-2) to escape and earning the win Staley tried to concede.
With his team leading by 2 with their own 46, Staley called a timeout and had Justin Herbert try a short pass to make it 4-2, but it missed and returned the ball to the Browns with 1:10 remaining. I was. With no timeouts, Cleveland drove to the Chargers 35 to set up a shot for York, but a big-footed draft from LSU failed to convert his pick. He previously missed a 45-yard attempt.
Dallas Cowboys 22–10 Los Angeles Rams
DeMarcus Lawrence returned a 19-yard fumble for a touchdown on the Rams’ opening drive, and Cooper Rush remained undefeated as the Dallas Cowboys’ fill-in starter despite passing just 102 yards. Tony Pollard had a great 57-yard run for the Cowboys, who started his 4-1 start for the second year in a row after completing his four-game winning streak without injuring QB Duck Prescott. I did a TD run.
San Francisco 49ers 37–15 Carolina Panthers
Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 253 yards and had two touchdowns, Emmanuel Moseley returned an interception 41 yards for the score, and the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Carolina Panthers for their first road win of the season. . Jeff Wilson scored his 120-yard run and touchdown, and Tevin Coleman scored two runs (3-2) for the 49ers after being promoted to the active roster this week. Christian McCaffrey scored a touchdown for the Panthers for his 104 yards from scrimmage. The Panthers went 1-4 on the season and he slipped to 11-27 under a struggling mat rule.
Miami Dolphins 17–40 New York Jets
New York secured safety on Miami’s first offensive play, Michael Carter scored on a 1-yard touchdown run, and the Jets edged past the Dolphins to snap a 12-game skid against their AFC East opponents. I was. Zach Wilson, Brice Hall and Braxton Berrios also rushed to score, giving the Jets their first 3-2 start since 2017. It was his first victory over his rival.
Pittsburgh Steelers 3-38 Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen pulled off a flimsy, injury-free Steelers secondary by throwing four touchdown passes in the first half alone, including two deep shots to Gabe Davis in the Buffalo Bills’ 38-3 win over Pittsburgh. rice field.
After hitting Davis for a 98-yard touchdown on Buffalo’s third play from scrimmage, Allen scored a 62-yard touchdown catch for Davis and a 15-yard score for Stephon Diggs just over two minutes apart for the win. made it almost certain. The Bills are leading 24-3 with 7:20 left in the second quarter.
Allen’s 348-yard passing in the first half was the second-most in the first two quarters in an NFL game since 1991, held by Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City’s 27-24 win, despite wind gusts up to 20 mph. 11 short for 359 yards. 2020 Tampa Bay win. Allen, who had his Keenum advantage early in the fourth quarter, gave him 424 yards for 20 of 31 yards.
Detroit Lions 0–29 New England Patriots
Rookie Bailey Zappe threw a touchdown pass in his first start of his career, and Lamondre Stevenson rushed for a career-high 161 yards as the New England Patriots overwhelmed the Detroit Lions.
Kyle Duggar returned a 59-yard fumble for the Patriots’ touchdown as the defense and ground game gave Zappe plenty of support. The rookie had 188 yards on 17 of his 21 passes, Mack his Jones missed the second straight week with an ankle injury, and backup Brian Hoyer went on the disabled list after a concussion. .
Houston Texans 13-6 Jacksonville Jaguars
Dameon Pierce had 99 yards and a touchdown. The score was set by the rookie breaking his six tackles for him gaining 20 yards, and Houston his Texans defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars, extending his winning streak in the series to nine. rice field. Houston earned its first win of the season despite finishing with just 248 yards, taking its fifth straight win over Jacksonville.
Seattle Seahawks 32–39 New Orleans Saints
Tasom Hill ran three touchdowns, including a 4th quarter 60-yarder, for another score, and the New Orleans Saints trailed the Seattle Seahawks 39-32 for a three-game stretch. Hill, a versatile player who is listed as a tight end this season, also rushed for 8- and 9-yard touchdowns and completed the only pass he attempted this season, giving his fellow 22-yard score to tight end Adam Trautman.
Tennessee Titans 21–17 Washington Commanders
Derrick Henry rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown, and the Tennessee Titans made a last-minute goal-line stand to beat the Washington Commanders, entering a bye week with three straight wins.
David Long Jr. intercepted Carson Wentz at the 1-yard line with 6 seconds left.
Chicago Bears 22–29 Minnesota Vikings
Kirk Cousins scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak to put Minnesota’s go-ahead drive in the fifth third-down conversion with 2:26 left.
Cameron Dantzler pulled the ball away from former teammate Ymir Smith-Marsett in nearly a minute after a pass from Justin Fields to the Minnesota 39 to give the Vikings (4-1) first place victory in NFC North. Sealed. Fields went 15-for-21 with a season-high 208 yards, his first touchdown in the 15th quarter and his eight rushes for 47 yards, but the Bears (2-3) didn’t have enough defenses to pull it off.