The New York Giants to upset Green Bay Packers in London to open the fifth Sunday of NFL season.

Then Buffalo Bills hammered Kenny Pickett and Pittsburgh Steelerswhile Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept beating Atlanta Falcons.

In the late window of the day, art Cowboys take upon themselves Rams in the American Game of the Week, while Crows and of Bengal wrap things up on Sunday Night Football.

Here are the best plays from Sunday’s action.

Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams


Dallas’ defense put together some special plays, and it got to Matthew Stafford early. Dorrance Armstrong picked up a sack in the first period for LA, and DeMarque Lawrence picked it up for a 19-yard rumble for an early TD.

San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers.

Tight end W

You can’t teach a class on something you haven’t learned, and George Kittle knows how to play tight end. The point is:

A hard punt led to San Francisco’s first TD on a 7-play, 75-yard drive. Tevin Coleman was a hot target for Jimmy G in the final game.

Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals.

Buffalo Bills 38, Pittsburgh Steelers 3

Need a break?

Much has been made of Bills receiver Gabriel Davis’ lack of targets this season after his underwhelming performance in the playoffs, but whenever he gets the ball, it’s likely to be magic. Here’s what happened on Buffalo’s first road trip.

A muffed punt put the team at their own 2-yard line, but Josh Allen and Davis made that field position pointless.

Star drift!

Gabriel Davis averaged 80 yards per catch after two (!) catches to open the game. And his second TD catch was undoubtedly better than his first. Minka Fitzpatrick would probably tell you the same thing.

You can’t be serious

Josh Allen may be leading the MVP race after Sunday. He finished his team’s 38-3 rout of the Steelers with 424 yards (20 of 31) and four TDs, one of which was a complimentary gift to rookie Khalil Shakir. For Shakir, it was the first in his career.

Los Angeles Chargers 30, Cleveland Browns 28

On a carousel

You have to have laser focus as a quarterback to bring down Nick Chubb, and even if you hone in on him, you can still fail. Chubb’s elusive 41-yard run gave Cleveland a 7-0 lead early in the first.

Keep spinning your wheels

Brown went up 14-0 after a nasty route from Amari Cooper, but the Chargers responded very quickly. Austin Ekeler delighted more fantasy owners this week with a huge 71 yard jet that led to an LA FG.

Ekeler gave the Bolts a 17-14 lead after taking a 12-yard screen pass into the end zone, but Chubb added his second TD of the day to return the lead to Cleveland.

Ekeler got the gold for his third TD out to give LA a 24-21 lead.


It means hello to Hawaii, and Alohi Gilman gave Cleveland’s offense a warm welcome with a game-saving pick.

Minnesota Vikings 29, Chicago Bears 22

Up the gut

The Vikings have plenty of lethal receivers, but don’t forget about three-time Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook. He scored the team’s first TD on a 1-yard run to cap Minnesota’s 12-play, 86-yard drive.

Cook posted another one a short TD on the first play of the second quarter to extend the Vikes’ lead.

The first time is the charm

Jalen Reagore’s tenure in Philly has been relatively straightforward. He hopes to flip the script in Minnesota, and started his new story with his first TD on a short run down the sideline.

Meanwhile, Kirk Cousins ​​set a Vikings record by catching his first 17 passes of the game (176 yards), the most consecutive catches in team history. So did Justin Jefferson, recording the most catches (9) by a Vikings receiver in a half-year since 1995.

Muni’s Money!

Two hands for safety. One hand for the spectacle. That’s what Darnell Mooney gave us with a 39-yard aerial pass to set up Chicago first TD from David Montgomery.

V is for Velus

Velus Jones, that is. Jones caught a nine-yard pass and took care of the rest to record his first career TD and close the gap for Chicago.


Kirk Cousins ​​can do it on the ground, too. After a historic first-half touchdown pass, he capped a 7-minute, 17-play, 75-yard scoring drive with a QB scamper. That short run gave Minnesota a 29-22 lead.

New York Jets 41, Miami Dolphins 17

Pour the sauce on me

Jets fans and Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner. They go together like mustard on a hot dog. And Souse is showing why the Jets took him with their first pick, putting together another big game with the momentum-grabbing safety.

Teddy Bridgewater was forced out of the game for Miami after his first race. He was replaced by rookie Skylar Thompson in the 7th round.

Get ready

For running back Brice Hall! He hit Miami’s secondary with stunning force as he scampered 79 yards to the 1-yard line. The play set up an easy score for Michael Carter.


Gardner’s early childhood was special. After his safety, the Jets corner slid in front of a shaky pass to come away with his first career INT.

New York turned Gardner’s punt into points with the next 9-play, 53-yard drive, which Zach Whisson capped off with diving to fight for the end zone.


This may be Thompson’s first feature, but he already has the acting chops of a seasoned vet. His smart decking work helped former Notre Dame tight end Durham Smith get past the pylon. That helped Miami get within five, 19-14.

New Orleans Saints 39, Seattle Seahawks 32

Geno to the end zone

Genea Smith has been totally out of sorts lately: just ask his trophy case. The reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Week got off to a hot start against New Orleans, giving Seattle an early lead on a beautiful 50-yard drop to Metcalfe’s DC.

Do everything man

Saints *quarterback* Tysam Hill looks more like an athlete for the offense. He runs, throws, passes for his team, and on this play in particular, he had the first down on an 8-yard run to tie the game at 10.


Hill was absolutely everywhere! He pounced on a deflected punt attempt that put his team up and then added another rushing TD to push your squad forward 17-10 as the first half ended.

Close it!

We can’t forget Tyler Lockett amidst all the DK hype. Smith showed easy maneuverability in the pocket to step forward and target Luckett for 35 yards. Seattle’s drive, which took all of 13 seconds, put them ahead 19-17 at halftime.

Taisam time

Check the clock. Taysom Hill added to his remarkable TD total with another late in the third quarter, this time on a burst pass to extend New Orleans’ lead, 31-19.

Did you miss me?

No big deal, just Gino doing more Gino things for star pennies to Tyler Lockett. Enter Seattle’s defense, which got a crucial stop on the ensuing possession that opened the door for Kenneth Walker’s 69-yard dart to pay for it.

Try this

Says Tysam Hill. This game went back and forth, but Hill brought the momentum back to his team’s side with another rushing TD for his third of the day. This one was the most impressive of all as Hill showed off his quick wheels en route to the 60-yard mark.

Tennessee Titans 21, Washington Commanders 17

Artistic skill

Sometimes coaches don’t get the credit they deserve for their efforts. But Titans OC Todd Downing will certainly be smelling his flowers after this creative call on Tennessee’s first TD.

Brown Center

The Commanders haven’t had many big games this season, but maybe that’s just what the doctor ordered to instill confidence in their offense. Ron Rivera wanted Carson Wentz for his right-handed cannon, and he delivered on this deep 75-yard TD toss to Dyami Brown.


After zero receiving TDs before tonight’s game, Brown kicked his production into high gear. And he’s upped his style, too.

The car

Derrick Henry is definitely the man. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that, especially when he’s scoring TDs as often – and voraciously – as he is. That short bullpen marked his fourth straight game.

And he didn’t end there. King said crown me again with another short burst to put the Titans ahead 21-17.

We have the last laugh

Washington came close to earning a touchdown after a 17-play drive that spanned 87 yards, but just when it looked like it was primed to take the lead, David Long pounced on Wentz’s pass and took it 46 yards the other way , to close the curtain count.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21, Atlanta Falcons 15


Need a short TD yard? Dial Leonard Fournette. The kid’s hips were built for the goal line, and he showed why on Tampa’s first score, capping off a well-crafted 13-play, 88-yard drive.

Favorite target

Mike Evans had a ton of drives without a reception to open the game, but at some point we knew Brady was going to go his own way for a big play. That’s what happened when Evans produced some magic on that 40-yard grab to help Tampa score its second TD.

New England Patriots 29, Detroit Lions 0

Make them pay

Detroit was desperate for points after a scoreless first quarter, but its gamble on fourth-and-9 at midfield led to a big loss. NE forced Jared Goff to fumble and Kyle Dugger picked it off for a 59-yard TD return.


Killed! This Bailey Zappé guy is a pretty good pitcher, and he turned up the heat on that pitch to give New England a commanding 26-0 lead.

Houston Texans 13 Jacksonville Jaguars 6

Field goal fest

Although Jacksonville tallied 240 yards of offense, neither team scored a TD in the first half. Texas kicker Kaimi Fairbairn had some personal success with a pair of 50+ yard FGs to keep things tied at six after one inning.

It stings

Derek Stingley Jr. has a natural predatory instinct, and he used his cerebral ability to pick off a Trevor Lawrence pass near the end zone to keep Jacksonville at bay.

Hooting, wandering, stumbling

One, two… we’ll count the rest. Damen Pierce was just brutal on those hapless defenders as he helped Houston score its first TD of the day.

New York Giants 27, Green Bay Packers 22

International A-Rod

Aaron Rodgers started the game by doing what he does best: throwing a TD pass. He threw his historic 500th TD last week and started his Sunday morning with two more beautiful throws to propel GB to a 17-3 lead.

Megatron Sakon

Saquon Barkley is a constant catalyst for his offense. He entered the game with three straight games of 100+ yards rushing and helped keep the G-men in the game by making exciting plays like these.

His long run helped propel the Giants to their first TD of the day, on a fancy double reverse.

Agent 26

Backup RB Gary Brightwell plowed his way to the pylon for his first career TD in the top of the fourth, the decisive run that tied the game at 20.

And on the next track in New York, Barkley’s show took center stage.

Stand tall!

The Giants took the lead on Barkley’s fumble, but their defense came away with two key stops in the red zone after Rodgers led his group down the field to secure the win.


Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC)

Cincinnati Bengals


Baltimore Ravens


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