2021-11-22 06:08:09 GMT + 00: 00 – Jonathan Taylor stormed for 185 yards and set a franchise record with five touchdowns on Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts won the Buffalo Bills 41-15 in Orchard Park, NY hit
Taylor scored four points on the ground and one more on a pass as Indianapolis (6-5) mocked the point distribution Buffalo had listed as a seven-point favorite. Taylor is the 16th player in NFL history to score at least five touchdowns in a game.
It was the second loss in three games for the Bills (6-4), who were half a game behind aspiring New England at AFC East. Buffalo’s performance was full of mistakes, including seven penalties and four losses.
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Indianapolis quarterback Carson Wentz was 11 of 20 for 106 yards and a touchdown, but all he had to do was avoid mistakes and pass the ball to Taylor.
Chargers 41, Steelers 37
Justin Herbert threw 382 yards and the winning touchdown as hosts Los Angeles (6-4) recovered from a large fourth-quarter lead over Pittsburgh (5-4-1) in Inglewood, California.
Herbert’s 53-yard touchdown pass to Mike Williams with a 2:09 left erased Pittsburgh’s short-lived lead that came at 3:29 on Chris Boswell’s 45-yard field goal. Herbert completed 30 of 41 passes with an interception and added a team-high 90 rushing yards. Austin Ekeler made 115 yards from scrimmage and scored four times.
Ben Roethlisberger, activated from the COVID-19 list on Saturday after missing a 16:16 draw with Detroit last week, scored 28 of 44 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns.
Soccer team 27, Panther 21
Taylor Heinicke threw three touchdown passes to get ex-teammate Cam Newton onstage and helped lead Ron Rivera and Washington, Carolina in Charlotte, NC
Newton played his first home game with the Panthers (5-6) since 2019. He was signed before the surprising victory last weekend in Arizona. He threw 189 yards on a 21-for-27 pass with two touchdowns.
It was a good homecoming for Rivera, who led the Panthers to the Super Bowl in the 2015 season. He was fired during the 2019 season and hired by Washington in 2020. Terry McLaurin made five catches for 103 yards and one touchdown, and Antonio Gibson won 95 yards on 19 carries for Washington (4-6).
Texans 22, Titans 13
Tyrod Taylor rushed to two touchdowns and Desmond King II intercepted two times in the fourth quarter when Houston (2-8) snapped an eight-game losing streak with annoyance from hosts Tennessee (8-3).
King returned his second interception to Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill 25 yards to the Tennessee 15-yard line, and Texan kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn followed up 3:26 with a 37-yard field goal to make it one Make two-obsessed game.
It was Fairbairn’s 57th consecutive conversion from 40 yards and secured Houston’s second win of the season. The Titans had dropped their six-game winning streak when they achieved five turnovers.
Dolphins 24, Jets 17
Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes, including a tie for Myles Gaskin, as Miami New York in East Rutherford, NJ in the fourth quarter. outlasted
Tagovailoa threw a 5 yard scoring pass at Gaskin to give Miami (4-7) a 21:14 lead at 10:15. The ride had been kept alive by a harsh phone call from New Yorker John Franklin-Myers to an earlier third down.
New York’s Joe Flacco went 24 of 39 for 291 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions. He lost a fumble on a strip bag in the red zone and dropped to 0-5 (2-8) as a starter for the Jets for the past two seasons.
Ravens 16, Bears 13
Devonta Freeman’s 3-yard touchdown run, 22 seconds back, lifted the visit from Baltimore (7-3) over Chicago (3-7).
After the Bears took a 13-9 lead with 1:41 remaining, the Ravens drove 72 yards in, aided by a 21-yard pass interference penalty and a 30-yard completion from quarterback Tyler Huntley to Sammy Watkins five games.
Andy Dalton had found Marquise Goodwin for a 49-yard touchdown pass with 1:41 remainder to give Chicago the lead.
Brown 13, lions 10
Cleveland welcomed Nick Chubb with open arms and concluded his visit to Detroit.
Chubb returned for Cleveland (6-5) after missing last week’s blowout loss against New England while on the Reserve / COVID list. He ran for 130 yards on 22 carries and caught a short touchdown pass on Sunday while Cleveland stormed for 184 yards and never ran after.
Detroit (0-9-1) hasn’t won since December 6, 2020 and will get their next chance on Thanksgiving against Chicago.
Vikings 34, packers 31
Kirk Cousins completed 24 of 35 passes for 341 yards and three touchdowns, and Greg Joseph scored a 29-yard field goal when time ran out to raise Minnesota over the Green Bay visit to Minneapolis.
Justin Jefferson had eight catches for 169 yards and two touchdowns for Minnesota (5-5). Adam Thielen added eight catches for 82 yards and one touchdown, and Dalvin Cook had 22 carries for 86 yards and a score.
Aaron Rodgers completed 23 of 33 passes for 385 yards and four touchdowns for Green Bay (8-3). Davante Adams had seven catches for 115 yards and two touchdowns, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling had four catches for 123 yards and one touchdown.
Bengals 32, Raiders 13
Joe Mixon stormed for 123 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries and Evan McPherson kicked three field goals over 50 yards to lead Cincinnati to a win over hosts Las Vegas.
Joe Burrow went 20-for-29 for 148 yards and a touchdown when the Bengals (6-4) ended a streak of two games. Tyler Boyd had six receptions for 49 yards with Ja’Marr Chase adding three catches for 32 yards and a touchdown.
Derek Carr went 19-on-27 for 215 yards with a touchdown and an interception, with Darren Waller finishing up seven passes for 116 yards for the Raiders (5-5) who lost three games in a row.
Eagle 40, saint 29
Jalen Hurts ran for three touchdowns and Darius Slay returned an interception for a touchdown when hosts Philadelphia held New Orleans.
Hurts went for 147 yards and ran for 69 as the Eagles (5-6) had 242 yards on the ground against the NFL’s No. 1 running defense. Philadelphia won at home for the first time since a 24-21 win over the Saints in Week 14 last season and has won games for the first time this season.
Trevor Siemian, who had not thrown an interception in two previous starts since Jameis Winston sustained a knee injury at the end of the season, threw two picks, including Slay’s touchdown. Siemian completed 22 of 40 throws for 214 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score, despite New Orleans (5-5) losing its third run.
49er 30, Jaguars 10
Jimmy Garoppolo threw two short touchdown passes, and San Francisco used ball control and a stingy defense to beat hosts Jacksonville.
Garoppolo scored with Brandon Aiyuk for a 6-yard touchdown in the second quarter and tight end George Kittle with a 1-yard score in the third quarter. The TD passes helped the 49ers (5-5) cap an important seven-day stretch with a second straight win.
Similar to what they did on Monday evening in a time-consuming 31:10 home win against the Los Angeles Rams, the 49ers achieved a time dominance of 38:22 to 21:38 over the Jaguars (2: 8).
Chiefs 19, Cowboys 9
Chris Jones recorded 3.5 sacks and forced a fumble when hosts Kansas City choked Dallas by limiting the NFL’s top-rated offensive to 276 yards with no touchdowns.
The Chiefs (7-4) continued their defensive rebound, taking their fourth straight win by pressuring Dak Prescott and allowing him to win just 216 yards on 28-of-43 passes with two interceptions. Prescott’s last attempt was picked by L’Jarius Sneed after a distraction from Jones with 1:00 to go.
While the game was billed as a clash between two of the NFL’s best offenses, Patrick Mahomes also didn’t throw for a TD. But the Chiefs rolled up 13 points early in the second quarter before relying on their defense to fend off the Cowboys (7-3).
Cardinals 23, Seahawks 13
Colt McCoy, who replaced the injured Kyler Murray, threw two touchdown passes at Zach Ertz when Arizona beat hosts Seattle in an NFC West match.
McCoy, who led the New York Giants to a 17-12 win in Seattle as an injury replacement last season, completed 35 of 44 passes for 328 yards as division leaders Cardinals (9-2) fell 6-0 on the road improved. James Conner scored in a 1-yard run with 2:20 points remaining to claim victory.
Russell Wilson, back in his second game after finger surgery, was 14 of 26 for 207 yards for the Seahawks (3-7), who dropped to 1-4 at home.
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