Earlier, the rise Detroit Lions to beat Minnesota Vikings In the NFC North clash, The Philadelphia Eagles He sent the way New York Giants In the tournament of playoff hopefuls, and Buffalo Bills Rough New York Jets.
In the afternoon window, the Tom Brady And this Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell on Brock Birdie– At the helm San Francisco 49ers Double digits, and Carolina Panthers Put a groove Seattle Seahawks‘Playoff confidence.
Here are the best plays from Sunday’s slate!
Finding a rhythm
After the Dolphins went three-and-out on their opening drive, the Chargers went straight to work going down the field.
However, the Chargers couldn’t capitalize on that momentum and ended up putting it down after a big stop by Miami. As it was, things remained scoreless midway through the first quarter.
Still the same
The Dolphins continued to press Justin Herbert As the first frame came to an end & co.
LA pulls ahead
The Chargers found their footing in the second quarter, thanks in large part to a 10-yard score Mike Williams This made the game 10-0.
The Dolphins responded with a touchdown of their own — in a roundabout way. I run back Jeff Wilson Jr He fumbled the ball near midfield and the star receiver Dyrek Hill Scooped it up and took it 57 yards to the house for the score.
As it was, it was a 10-7 three-point game midway through the second quarter.
Back and forth
LA came up big on fourth and goal Austin Egeler That came with a 1-yard touchdown with seconds left before halftime to extend the Chargers’ lead to 17-7.
Herbert was on fire in the first half going 24-of-29 for 222 yards and a score.
As if one monster Hill touchdown wasn’t enough, he came up with another in the second half. Tua Tagovailoa He connected with Hill for a 60-yard touchdown pass to keep things 17-14 in the third quarter.
However, Miami did not score another touchdown after that. The Chargers added two more field goals to make it 23-17.
A birdie play
The third-string QB got it done with his legs on his first start, running into the end zone to give the Niners a 14-0 lead.
The freshman QB completes a tight throw Christian McCaffrey A 23-yard touchdown pass gave San Francisco a 21-0 lead in the second quarter.
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The Niners were unlucky when the superstar went wide Thibo Samuel Suffered an apparent ankle injury late in the first half and was carted off the field. He did not return.
Eyes on the prize
Brandon Iuk Under-throne adjusted to grab the pass that put the Niners up 28-0 before halftime.
then, McCaffrey scored againAn easy showing on a 38-yard touchdown run sealed the win for San Francisco.
A big milestone!
Travis Kelce Sunday became the fourth tight end to reach 10,000 career receiving yards and reach a major milestone.
They took it!
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Country of the Broncos!
After falling behind 27-0, the Broncos scored 21 straight second-half points, including a 67-yard score. Marlon Mack.
Making it happen
Mahomes ran around the pocket before finding out Juju Smith-Schuster Kansas City went on a 34-21 run late in the third quarter to help seal the eventual victory for the Chiefs.
Setting the tone
Panthers receiver Shi Smith He caught his first career touchdown to put the Panthers up 10 points early.
When did the Seahawks finally get on board? Tyler Lockett 17-7 keeps his feet inside.
Terrace Marshall Jr Made one of the worst catches of the season by securing a deep catch with his legs! The grab gave the Panthers a big gain and a much-needed boost as Carolina went on to win the road.
Jameson Williams’ One of the first welcome books. The rookie receiver, who made his debut last week, got wide open for a 41-yard touchdown grab.
Dalvin Cook He made a nice juke move to get into the end zone and tie the game for the Vikings.
A scoring game
Fake it big time!
The Lions were brave and not only faked a run on fourth-and-7, they ran too deep in their own territory. The decision paid off as the play went 42 yards and the drive ended with a touchdown, good for a 21-7 lead.
Then, the Lions went on the offensive Benny Sewell As a receiver, picking up a key first down on third-and-7 helps seal the win.
on the move
Eagles fly back Miles Sanders Capped his team’s dominant opening drive with a 14-yard touchdown run.
A poor punt by the Giants gave the Eagles great field position before halftime, and AJ Brown He had a 33-yard touchdown reception to put Philly up 21-0.
Sanders calls the game
The Eagles star capped a dominant victory with a 41-yard touchdown run to put Philly up by 27 points.
The season will give
Texans receiver Chris Moore It helped Houston take a three-point lead early in the first half.
Making big plays
Doc Prescott The Texans were picked off when Golden threw from his own end zone to increase the field position by two scores. However, the Texans couldn’t capitalize like the Cowboys did Big fourth-down stop.
Cowherd players lead!
Dallas capped its 98-yard drive with a touchdown in the final minutes Ezekiel Elliott Run to avoid regret.
The Bengals played a trick to perfection as Burrow connected with a wide-open Trenton Irwin Cincy went up 20-3 early in the second half.
All day long!
Within arm’s reach
The Steelers QB Kenny Pickett Entered concussion protocol early in Sunday’s game. Backup Mitch Trubisky Check-in connected on a 44-yard pass George Pickens Before Najee Harris He scored on a 1-yard score to keep things close.
Not long after, the Ravens backed up the QB Tyler Huntley – Injured Lamar Jackson – Left the game after taking a hit to the head that put him in concussion protocol. In the end, though, Baltimore hung on for victory.
Bills tight end Dawson Knox He opened the scoring after a fumble in the end zone to give Buffalo a 7-0 lead.
In the second half, the Jets made another run Sonovan Knight He found the end zone on a powerful rush for a score.
What can’t he do?
Josh Allen He used his legs to power into the end zone and put the Bills ahead once again.
Later, Bills LP Matt Milano The Jets QB was knocked short Mike White Outside of a game Feet to the rib cage area. White was able to get back into the game, but his return wasn’t enough to spark a comeback, and the Jets came up short.
Later, Henry ran for a 50-yard gain, which set up Tennessee for its second touchdown, taking an early 14–7 lead.
Jacks are wide Jay Jones Somehow he got his second kick to complete the touchdown grab to give Jacksonville a 20-14 lead.
Mr. Do everything
Trevor Lawrence He stiff-armed a Titans defender in the backfield before running into the end zone to extend the Jaguars’ lead to 27-14 en route to Sunday’s double-digit victory.
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