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NFL Sunday Scores and Matchups Last Night, Week 6 | Early Slate
Final NFL Score Last Night: Denver Broncos 18, New England Patriots 12
The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots engaged in a defensive battle Sunday afternoon. Both sides played well, forcing Cam Newton and Drew Lock to throw two interceptions each. At the end of the day, it was the Broncos defense that held on for the win as they edge the Patriots for their second win on the season.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Cleveland Browns 7, Pittsburgh Steelers 38
The Pittsburgh Steelers defense came to play and that was reflected in the score last night. They dominated the Cleveland Browns all day. They had four sacks and two interceptions, one of which was a pick-6. It got so bad that the Browns had to make a change, and Case Keenum took over for Baker Mayfield. Chase Claypool continued to star for the Steelers offense putting up another two TD performance. He has broken out as one of the better performing rookies in the NFL.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Cincinnati Bengals 27, Indianapolis Colts 31
Philip Rivers led the Indianapolis Colts to an improbable comeback victory. After falling behind 21-0, Rivers flipped a switch, and the Colts offense never looked back. Rivers threw for 371 yards and three touchdowns. Joe Burrow had another day with over 300 yards passing, but he failed to throw a touchdown in this one. Bengals rookie Tee Higgins also had a standout performance with 125 yards receiving.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Detroit Lions 34, Jacksonville Jaguars 16
The Detroit Lions, led by rookie back D’Andre Swift, rolled the Jacksonville Jaguars. Swift had 116 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. The passing attack was led by Kenny Golladay’s 105 yards. The Jaguars got a stand out performance from Keelan Cole, who put up 143 yards receiving, but it wasn’t enough. They remain firmly in the race for the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Houston Texans 36, Tennessee Titans 42
The Houston Texans can’t catch a break. They’ve had an absolutely brutal schedule to start the year. It seems like no matter how well they play; they just run into someone that much better. That was the case again last night. The Texans got phenomenal performances from Deshaun Watson and Will Fuller, but it wasn’t enough. Derrick Henry rushed for 212 yards and two touchdowns, and Ryan Tannehill threw for 364 and four touchdowns. What is anybody supposed to do against that?
Final NFL Score Last Night: Washington Football Team 19, New York Giants 20
This game came down to the wire. The Giants took the lead with under three minutes left in the game when Mr. Irrelevant Tae Crowder scooped up a fumble and brought it back for a touchdown to take a 20-13 lead. Kyle Allen was able to lead Washington back down the field for a touchdown with just over 30 seconds left, but Ron Rivera risked it all going for two and failed.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Baltimore Ravens 30, Philadelphia Eagles 28
The Ravens dominated this game in the first half. The Eagles trailed 17-0 heading into the half with an offense that looked completely out of sorts. Doug Pederson made some adjustments, and Carson Wentz came out firing in the second half. They put up 22 points in the fourth quarter, including a touchdown with under two minutes in the game. They were unable to complete their comeback as they failed to convert the two-point conversation.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Atlanta Falcons 40, Minnesota Vikings 23
The Atlanta Falcons defense finally woke up. Interim head coach Raheem Morris had the defensive unit prepared to face Kirk Cousins and the Vikings. They were able to force three interceptions in the first half to set up a huge Falcons lead. Matt Ryan made sure they’d hold onto this lead, throwing for 371 yards and four touchdowns. Rookie Justin Jefferson stared for the Vikings putting up 166 yards and two touchdowns through the air.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Chicago Bears 32, Carolina Panthers 16
The Chicago Bears keep finding ways to win. Week in and week out, the offense lets them down, but the defense stays strong. Teddy Bridgewater was held without a touchdown and threw two interceptions on the day. Nick Foles wasn’t much better, throwing for under 200 yards and only one touchdown to one interception. The Bears may be winning ugly, but at 5-1, there’s no question they’re a contender in the NFC.
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Final NFL Score Last Night: New York Jets 0, Miami Dolphins 24
The Miami Dolphins dismantled the New York Jets on Sunday. The Joe Flacco led Jets offense was unable to put any points on the board. That’s the first time the Jets have been shutout since 2017. The Dolphins lead grew so big that Tua Tagovailoa was able to make his NFL debut. The Dolphins move into second place in the AFC East and remain a player for a playoff spot. Meanwhile, the Jets are the only winless team left in the NFL.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Green Bay Packers 10, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38
Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shocked the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Todd Bowles’ defense shut down Aaron Rodgers, who threw for just 160 yards and two interceptions. Ronald Jones stared for the Bucs, rushing for 113 yards and two touchdowns. Rob Gronkowski led the Bucs in receiving with 78 yards and scored his first touchdown since 2018.
Week 6 Sunday Night Football NFL Score
Final NFL Score Last Night: Los Angeles Rams 16, San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers earned their first home win of the season by defeating the Los Angles Rams. The Rams’ high-powered offense was held to just 16 points, as Jared Goff was held under 200 yards passing. The 49ers got a bounce-back performance from Jimmy Garoppolo after he was benched last week, throwing for 268 yards and three touchdowns.
Week 6 Monday Night Football NFL Score
Final NFL Score Last Night: Kansas City Chiefs 26, Buffalo Bills 17
On Monday, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills met up in a matchup of the NFL’s elite. It was Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs who came out on top. They were led by Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s 161 yards on the ground. Meanwhile, Josh Allen put together his worst performance of the year throwing for just 122 yards.
Final NFL Score Last Night: Arizona Cardinals 38, Dallas Cowboys 10
The Dallas Cowboys miss Dak Prescott. The Andy Dalton led Cowboys offense was a significant step-down Monday night. The Arizona Cardinals held them to just 10 points, while Dalton threw for 4.9 yards per attempt and two interceptions. Kyler Murray wasn’t much better, as he completed just 37.5% of his passes but did most of his damage with his legs. It was Kenyan Drake who led the Cardinals to victory, rushing for 164 yards and two touchdowns.