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NFL: Bill Belichick moves up to second place

NFL: Bill Belichick moves up to second place

Coach Bill Belichick moved up to second all-time with a 325th win, seasons and playoffs combined, on Sunday in New York, by virtue of his New England Patriots’ 22-17 win over the Jets .

Belichick edged George Halas in that regard, and will need to win 122 more games before joining Don Shula for the all-time No. 1 ranking.

The Patriots gave him ample cushion with 13 points in the third quarter. Mac Jones notably joined Jakobi Meyers on six yards for the touchdown. Nick Folk also did his part with five placements.

Broncos win in London

Latavius ​​Murray scored the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter in the Denver Broncos’ 31-17 win over the Jacksonville Jagaurs in London.

The veteran running back reached the end zone with a two-yard run down the middle.

Melvin Gordon also scored a major on the ground for the Broncos (3-5) while Jerry Jeudy achieved it under a six-yard pass from Russell Wilson. The latter completed 18 of 30 passes for 252 yards, also suffering an interception.

Among the Jaguars (2-6), Trevor Lawrence was intercepted twice, despite everything allowing his team to progress by 133 yards thanks to 18 successful passes. Evan Engram caught one of them in the end zone.

This meeting was the third and the last presented in the United Kingdom by the NFL this season after those between the Minnesota Vikings and the Saints of New Orleans as well as between the Giants of New York and the Packers of Green Bay, more early in October.

In short

Younghoe Koo made the game-changing field goal in overtime and the Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers 37-34 in Atlanta.

Tony Pollard crossed the goal line three times on the ground in a 49-29 Cowboys triumph over the Chicago Bears in Dallas.

The Miami Dolphins erased a 10-point second-half deficit to defeat the Lions 31-27 in Detroit.

The Minnesota Vikings scored three rushing touchdowns to defeat the Arizona Cardinals 34-26 at US Bank Stadium.

The Saints shut out the Las Vegas Raiders 24-0 in New Orleans.

The Eagles went undefeated by beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-13 in Philadelphia.

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