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Week 3 Thursday Night Football 

Miami Dolphins, 31 at Jacksonville Jaguars, 13 

No one really expected the Dolphins to win this game, but they went into Jacksonville and did just that. They were led by their secondary, who was able to shut down Gardner Minshew.

NFL Sunday Scores and Matchups, Week 3

Final NFL Score: Washington Football Team 20, Cleveland Browns 34

The Washington Football Team is now 1-2 on the season while the Cleveland Browns are showing signs of life after a slow start to the season. They now sit at 2-1. Browns RB Nick Chubb led the day with 108 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Final NFL Score: Houston Texans 21, Pittsburgh Steelers 28

The Texans have had a brutal start to their season with games against the Chiefs, Ravens, and now Steelers. Their record at 0-3 likely doesn’t reflect the true makeup of the team, but you are what your record says you are. The Steelers, meanwhile, are 3-0 with Ben Roethlisberger back under center after missing all of 2019.

Final NFL Score: San Francisco 49ers 36, New York Giants 9

Kyle Shanahan and the 2-1 49ers complete their East Coast trip and sweep against both New York/New Jersey teams – the Jets in Week 2 and the Giants in Week 3. Decimated by injuries, Shanahan still finds a way to make magic happen. The Giants are 0-3 and don’t look to be getting any better. It’s going to be a long season for rookie head coach Joe Judge and Giants fans.

Final NFL Score: Los Angeles Rams 32, Buffalo Bills 35

What a rollercoaster of a game. The Bills were dominating early and through the first half. That is until the now 2-1 Rams came roaring back to take the lead with just minutes to go in the fourth quarter. Then, Josh Allen and the Bills offense hit the wake up button and stormed down the field for a touchdown with seconds remaining on the clock. An impressive performance by the now 3-0 Bills, despite them almost blowing the game.

Final NFL Score: Tennessee Titans 31, Minnesota Vikings 30

It looked like the now 0-3 Vikings would start running away with this game, especially after Kirk Cousins came out firing on all cylinders. Cousins ended the game with 251 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions. The story of the day on offense for the Vikings, though, will be WR Justin Jefferson as he hauled in 175 yards on 9 receptions. The Titans, meanwhile, continued to play tough, hard-nosed football and never abandoned their game plan. They come out on top and now enter Week 4 with a perfect 3-0 record.

Final NFL Score: Las Vegas Raiders 20, New England Patriots 36

The now 2-1 Las Vegas Raiders came into today’s game with lots of momentum after knocking off the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football. However, they were unable to carry that over into Week 3 against the 2-1 Patriots. Sony Michel ran for 117 yards on 9 carries while Cam Newton threw for 162 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception.

Final NFL Score: Chicago Bears 30, Atlanta Falcons 26

How in the world does this keep happening to the Atlanta Falcons? They’ve now blown leads three weeks in a row with the latest one (this one) to the Chicago Bears. The Falcons were up 26-10 at one point in the back half of the game. Surely, Dan Quinn’s seat must be burning. Meanwhile, Nick Foles replaced Mitchell Trubisky and did Nick Foles things. It’s amazing how the Bears are 3-0 while the Falcons are 0-3.

Final NFL Score: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Philadelphia Eagles

An overtime thriller in Philadelphia! It was a back and forth game between the Bengals and Eagles, with rookie quarterback Joe Burrow looking impressive and Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz looking up and down throughout the game. Neither time was able to get it done – especially the Eagles who had multiple chances to win this game – and this one ends in a tie. Both the Bengals and Eagles are now 0-2-1.

Final NFL Score: Carolina Panthers 21, Los Angeles Chargers 16

If the Chargers pulled off the lateral at the end of the game, they would have likely walked in for a touchdown. But, they fumbled and lost the game. Head Coach Matt Rhule gets the first win of his NFL career. Meanwhile, Justin Herbert continued to play well, although he did have a few rookie mistakes. Both the Chargers and Panthers are 1-2.

Final NFL Score: New York Jets 7, Indianapolis Colts 36

Will Adam Gase make it past their Thursday Night Football game against the Broncos? It’s looking less and less likely. The Jets look lifeless and have never looked good since the season began three weeks ago. They are now 0-3 on the season while the 2-1 Colts are cruising and Philip Rivers is fitting in nicely.

Final NFL Score: Detroit Lions 26, Arizona Cardinals 23

The now 1-2 Lions defense gave the Cardinals offense fits throughout the game and walked away with the upset victory. Matt Patricia gets his first win of the season and at least temporarily, makes his seat a little cooler. The Cardinals, now 2-1, will look to get back on track in Week 4.

Final NFL Score: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28, Denver Broncos 10

The Broncos need this season to end already. Decimated by injuries coming into the season, they were even more decimated in Week 3 without Drew Lock and Courtland Sutton. It won’t get any easier for the 0-3 Broncos. On the other side, the now 2-1 Buccaneers look like they have their offense clicking on all cylinders. Tom Brady is starting to look like Tom Brady.

Final NFL Score: Dallas Cowboys 31, Seattle Seahawks 38

It was an offensive shootout between the Cowboys and Seahawks and while the Cowboys nearly came back to win the game, the Seahawks were able to hold on and continue into Week 4 with a 3-0 record. The Cowboys are 1-2, but they have shown they can be potent with their offensive weapons. Once they get settled into Mike McCarthy’s scheme, they should start rolling on all cylinders.

Week 3 Sunday Night Football NFL Score

Final NFL Score: New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are undefeated and they are a force to be reckoned with. While the Saints battled the Packers almost down to the wire, it was Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense that was able to come out on top, even without Davante Adams. For the Saints, Alvin Kamara stole the show with Michael Thomas missing another game due to injury. The Packers now stand at 3-0 while the Saints are at 1-2.

Week 3 Monday Night Football NFL Score

Baltimore Ravens 20, Kansas City Chiefs 34

The Chiefs were obviously the better team on Monday night, but Baltimore made far too many self-induced mistakes. Kansas City made a huge statement in Baltimore. They are the champs and everyone else is going to have to knock them off their pedestal.