Jalen Hurts OT winner, 5 total TDs, Eagles beat Bills 37-34
Jalen Hurts leads Eagles to OT win over Bills, Trevor Lawrence lifts Jaguars over Texans, and more in NFL roundup.
The Philadelphia Eagles pulled off an impressive comeback win against the Buffalo Bills, with Jalen Hurts scoring the game-winning touchdown in overtime. Hurts threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, outdueling the Bills' Josh Allen in a thrilling game. The Eagles rallied from a 17-7 halftime deficit for the second consecutive game, showing their resilience and determination.
In another AFC matchup, the Jacksonville Jaguars avenged an earlier loss to the Houston Texans, securing a 24-21 victory. Trevor Lawrence threw for 364 yards and a touchdown, leading the Jaguars to a crucial win in the AFC South.
The Pittsburgh Steelers found new life on offense, with quarterback Kenny Pickett throwing for a season-high 278 yards. They defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 16-10, snapping a streak of 58 games without gaining 400 yards.
The Denver Broncos continued their winning streak, beating an injury-riddled Cleveland Browns team 29-12. Russell Wilson accounted for two touchdowns, and the Broncos' defense produced three takeaways and a safety.
The Atlanta Falcons defeated the New Orleans Saints 24-15, moving into a tie for first place in the NFC South. Desmond Ridder overcame two interceptions to throw a crucial touchdown pass, leading the Falcons to victory.
In a thrilling AFC West showdown, the Kansas City Chiefs rallied past the Las Vegas Raiders, with Patrick Mahomes passing for 298 yards and two touchdowns. The Chiefs extended their winning streak to six games over the Raiders, showcasing their dominance in the division.
The Indianapolis Colts secured a 27-20 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, with Jonathan Taylor running for two scores and quarterback Gardner Minshew adding a rushing touchdown. The Colts' win marked their third consecutive victory, propelling them above .500 for the first time since September.
The New York Giants edged out the New England Patriots 10-7, with Xavier McKinney's interception setting up the go-ahead field goal. The Giants won consecutive games for the first time this season, showcasing their resilience and determination.
The Los Angeles Rams dominated the Arizona Cardinals, with Matthew Stafford throwing a season-high four touchdown passes. The Rams rolled to a 37-14 victory, extending their winning streak against the Cardinals to nine games.
Finally, the Tennessee Titans snapped a three-game skid with a 17-10 win over the Carolina Panthers. Derrick Henry ran for two touchdowns, and the Titans' defense came up big with four sacks and a forced fumble.
Overall, it was an action-packed week in the NFL, with several thrilling matchups and standout performances from some of the league's top teams and players.