Recap Roundups
October 08, 2017
N.Y. Jets 17, Cleveland 14
The New York Jets, forecast to be one of the worst teams in the NFL before the season began, are on a roll they want to continue as long as they can.
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Carolina 27, Detroit 24
Cam Newton spent the past few days dealing with the backlash and issuing an apology for his behavior toward a female reporter after a press conference on Wednesday.
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Indianapolis 26, San Francisco 23
For the 27th time in what certainly is a Hall-of-Fame career, Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri was dead-solid perfect on a game-winning field goal on Sunday.
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Miami 16, Tennessee 10
Miami Dolphins safety Reshad Jones was the cure.
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Cincinnati 20, Buffalo 16
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green shook his head and smiled when asked by a reporter if he had ever had a game like Sunday.
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L.A. Chargers 27, N.Y. Giants 22
Philip Rivers threw two of his three touchdown passes in the second half and the final one brought the Los Angeles Chargers from behind for a 27-22 win over the New York Giants on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
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Philadelphia 34, Arizona 7
The Philadelphia Eagles started fast and never let up.
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Jacksonville 30, Pittsburgh 9
Ben Roethlisberger turned in his worst home performance in more than 11 years as the Jacksonville Jaguars intercepted five passes in a 30-9 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on Sunday.
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Seattle 16, L.A. Rams 10
Pete Carroll finally exhaled after the Seattle Seahawks held on for a 16-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
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Baltimore 30, Oakland 17
The Baltimore Ravens were looking for a spark Sunday after back-to-back disheartening losses to Jacksonville and Pittsburgh by a combined score of 70-16.
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Green Bay 35, Dallas 31
Aaron Rodgers dashed the Dallas Cowboys' hopes for a win once again.
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Kansas City 42, Houston 34
Thanks to another sparkling performance from Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson, what once appeared to be an insurmountable Kansas City lead turned tenuous enough in the second half that Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was required to do more of what he has done all season.
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