Cowboys 22, Rams 10: Dropped passes killed numerous Dallas drives, keeping the rating more respectable for Los Angeles. The Cowboys’ defense began the sport with a scoop-and-score strip sack of Matthew Stafford and never let off the pressure. The Rams’ offensive line often let Dallas pass rushers loose and their skill players hardly did anything with the ball of their hands, save for one superstar play out of Cooper Kupp on a 75-yard touchdown catch within the second quarter. That’s a fourth straight victory for the Cowboys backup quarterback Cooper Rush.
Eagles 20, Cardinals 17: Arizona took away the center of the sector and compelled Philadelphia to win with quick passing to the skin. The Eagles’ superior yards-after-catch threats eventually carried the team to its fifth win of the season, nevertheless it was a powerful effort from an otherwise floundering Cardinals defense.
Giants 27, Packers 22: The Giants’ offense is being held together only by sticks and duct tape, nevertheless it seems that Coach Brian Daboll is one heck of a handyman. Down numerous receivers, Daboll turned to running back Saquon Barkley because the engine for the offense. On top of his typical rushing duties, Barkley took some wildcat snaps, including one which he bounced to the skin for a 41-yard gain. He was also often featured within the passing game. The Packers’ offense did a advantageous job nickeling and diming for many of the game but, facing a 7-point deficit with a minute remaining, failed in a goal-to-go situation as Aaron Rodgers got each his third- and fourth-down passes swatted at the road of scrimmage.
Bills 38, Steelers 3: Josh Allen and the Bills’ receivers cooked the Steelers’ defense. Gabe Davis, who had been bugged by an ankle injury, burned Pittsburgh for a 98-yard rating on the opening drive and located the tip zone again on a 62-yard catch within the second quarter to place the Bills up, 17-3. The Bills were up 31-3 by halftime and coasted the remaining of the best way. In his much-anticipated debut because the Steelers’ starting quarterback, Kenny Pickett threw for 327 yards on 34 of 52 passing and was sacked 3 times.
Patriots 29, Lions 0: Leave it to Bill Belichick to place an end to the Lions’ temporary run because the league’s highest-scoring team. Detroit’s run game and play-action passing had been effective for the primary month of the season, however the Patriots’ defense held the Lions to 101 rushing yards while terrorizing Jared Goff with blitzes and funky coverage rotations. The Patriots’ third-string quarterback, Bailey Zappe, had 188 yards passing, a touchdown and an interception.
Chargers 30, Browns 28: The Browns’ offense stormed to a 14-0 lead, but no lead is secure against Justin Herbert. Herbert picked apart a Cleveland secondary that has been a multitude all season. The Browns had a probability to win the sport, but kicker Cade York pushed a 54-yarder to the best, his second miss on Sunday.