NFL Week 9: Live Scores, Highlights and Reaction
It was an exciting day of NFL football! The Cowboys pulled out a last second 27-24 victory over the Vikings, while the Saints fell to the Jets in New York. The Seahawks survived a scare against the winless Bucs with an overtime victory and moved to an NFC best 8-1. Eagles' QB Nick Foles tied an NFL record with 7 TD passes in a win against the Raiders. Be sure to check out our live coverage of the AFC South match up between the Colts and Texans. Thanks for hanging out with us!
Eagles QB Nick Foles easily had the best day of his football career as he went 22 of 28 for 406 yards and 7 TDs! He had more TDs on the day than incompletions. What a historic performance.
Adrian Peterson showed us why he is the best RB in the NFL on this TD run.
The play of the day goes to the Browns WR Davone Bess when he broke the ankles Lardarius Webb.
Big Ben and Tom Brady shake hands after the game.
The Pats are looking good at the two minute warning.
Steelers give up 55 points -- the most EVER allowed by the team in franchise history.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 4, 2013
Legarrette Blount will not be denied and powers his way into the end zone!
The Browns get a 24-18 win over the Ravens.
Tom Brady hits Aaron Dobson for the long TD. It's now 48-31 Pats.
Brady is now over 400 yards for the 5th time in his career. His 432 yards so far tonight rank 3rd in his career.— New England Patriots (@Patriots) November 4, 2013
Oh, hello Aaron Dobson. 81-yard touchdown.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) November 4, 2013
The Browns settle for a FG and extend the lead with only 14 seconds remaining.
Jerrico Cotchery makes a nice one-handed grab for the TD! Steelers aren't done yet. It's now 41-31 Pats.
The Browns get a first down and add on the horse collar penatly and the Browns have first and goal.
Seattle moves to 8-1 and has the best record in the NFC.
Davone Bess comes up with a HUGE 3rd down conversion for the Browns.
Stevan Ridley scores his 2nd TD of the day as the Pats open up the lead to 41-24 over the Steelers.
Seattle wins on a FG! It's 27-24 Seahawks and the Bucs are winless.
Marshawn Lynch gets another first down for the Seahawks. Seattle inside the red zone.
Joe Flacco sacked as Jabaal Sheard gets past Ray Rice on third down— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) November 4, 2013
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