NFL Week 7: Live Scores, Highlights and Reaction
Week 7 saw Geno Smith and the New York Jets pull off the unlikely upset of the New England Patriots. Rob Gronkowski returned from injury and recorded 114 yards on 8 receptions. The Steelers also got a big win, a 19-16 win over the rival Ravens.
The day also saw some unfortunate injuries -- Jermichael Finley, Nick Foles, and Brian Cushing all had scares and the extent of the damage remains to be seen.
In Houston Case Keenum threw for 271 yards and one touchdown in his first ever NFL game. Ultimately it wasn't enough as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Texans 17-16.
... and then attempted a horrendous celebration spike.
Geno Smith scrambled for a TD.
Steve Smith is a groovy as he is talented.
Calvin Johnson showed us why he's unstoppable when it comes to jump balls.
This penalty for pushing into the pile may have cost the Pats the game.
Jermichael Finley ran all over the Browns for a TD.
Kaepernick had his first rushing TD of the season.
Troy Polamalu got creative on this Ravens FG attempt, but was whistled for a flag.
Jamaal Charles has scored a TD in every game this season.
Why aren't the Browns starting Jason Campbell?— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 20, 2013
Ben Roethlisberger: 10-4 career vs Ravens (including playoffs), ties Peyton Manning for most wins vs Ravens by starting QB— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 20, 2013
Green Bay wins 31-13.
This game is in the books.
We have a final in Tennesee.
TD Packers. It's now 31-13.
The Chiefs move to 7-0 on the season.
The Chiefs force a Case Keenum fumble and will win.
49ers lead by 14 with just over 3 minutes to play.
The kick is good and the Steelers win as time runs out.
Steelers are running out the clock. This will come down to Shaun Suisham, who is 13-for-13 so far this year.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 20, 2013
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