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Buffalo loses again, Miami and Green Bay win in NFL

Buffalo loses again, Miami and Green Bay win in NFL

Given favorites to win the next Super Bowl, the Buffalo Bills suffered their third defeat of the season, Sunday during the 10th day of the NFL, and the second in a row. They lost at home to the Minnesota Vikings (33-30 ap). Yet Buffalo led 27-10 in the third quarter, before the “Northmen” scored three touchdowns to take the lead (30-27).

Two seconds from the end of the match, the Bills however snatched the extension, thanks to a field goal. It was also a three-point kick that put Minnesota back in the lead in overtime. Then Josh Allen, the quarterback of Buffalo, was intercepted, which validated the victory of the Vikings.

Minnesota notably won thanks to its offensive trident: QB Kirk Cousins ​​(357 yards), runner Dalvin Cook (119 yards and a TD) and receiver Justin Jefferson (193 yards and a TD). In nine games played (they were off for a week), the Vikings have eight wins and only one loss. It’s the second-best record in the NFL, behind the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles, which will host Washington on Monday.

Watson reveals himself with Green Bay

After five defeats in a row, the Green Bay Packers won again, with forceps, against the Dallas Cowboys (31-28 ap). The two Aarons, Rodgers passing (224 yards) and Jones running (138 yards), did the job for the Packers. But the Wisconsin franchise was also able to rely on first-year wide receiver Christian Watson. If he only caught four balls, he, on the other hand, managed to register three touchdowns. Green Bay then won in overtime on a field goal.

In another very offensive and very spectacular meeting, the Detroit Lions won at the Chicago Bears (31-30). Justin Fields, the Chicago QB, still entertained the race (147 yards) and his team led 24-10, entering the last quarter. But Detroit managed to register three TD’s and stop the Bears on their last ball possession.

Cooper Kupp (LA Rams) is injured

We can’t stop the Miami Dolphins anymore. Sunday, they won a fourth consecutive victory, against Cleveland (39-17). Tua Tagovailoa, the Florida quarterback, has done wonders again, completing 25 of his 32 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers thrilled the Munich public for the first NFL game played in Germany, beating Seattle (21-13). The Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes (331 yards, four TD’s) won against Jacksonville (27-17).

The Los Angeles Rams, defending champions, continue to disappoint. This time, they lost, at home, against the Arizona Cardinals (27-17). It is their sixth loss in nine matches. The Rams also lost star receiver Cooper Kupp to an ankle injury. The two starting QBs were also absent: Matthew Stafford (LA) was concussed and Kyler Murray (Arizona) suffered from a hamstring.

In particular led by an excellent Saquon Barkley (152 yards), the New York Giants beat Houston (24-16). Finally the Indianapolis Colts won at the Las Vegas Raiders (25-20), thanks, among other things, to 148 yards from Jonathan Taylor on the ground. The Colts runner had not exceeded the 100-yard mark while running since the beginning of September.


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