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Cardinals Ground Jets, 28-3, on Monday Night
David Johnson ran for 111 yards and three touchdowns, and the Cardinals crushed the New York Jets, 28-3, in Arizona on Monday night.
NFL Week 6 Recap — The Cowboys Are Dangerous & Other Things We Learned
Close games, upsets and injuries highlighted Week 6 of the 2016 NFL season. Here’s what we learned this week.
Chargers Beat Broncos, 21-13, Behind Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers passed for 178 yards and one touchdown, and the Chargers beat the Denver Broncos, 21-13, in San Diego on Thursday night.
Buccaneers Beat Panthers, 17-14, On Roberto Aguayo Kick
Roberto Aguayo kicked a 38-yard field goal as time expired, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers edged the Carolina Panthers, 17-14, in Charlotte on Monday night.
NFL Week 5 Recap — The Vikings Stand Alone & Other Things We Learned
Only one unbeaten team remains after five Sundays of the 2016 NFL season. Here’s what we learned this week:
Carson Palmer-less Cardinals Beat 49ers, 33-21
David Johnson ran for 157 yards and two touchdowns, and the Arizona Cardinals beat the San Francisco 49ers, 33-21, in Santa Clara, Calif. on Thursday night.
Vikings Squash Giants, 24-10, to Stay Unbeaten
The Vikings defense forced two turnovers that led to 10 points, and Minnesota squashed the New York Giants, 24-10, on Monday night.
NFL Week 4 Recap — The Broncos Are The NFL’s Best Team & Other Things We Learned
First losses and injuries were the biggest news of Week 4 of the 2016 NFL season. Here’s what we learned this week:
A.J. Green Leads Bengals Past Dolphins, 22-7
Mike Nugent kicked five field goals and A.J. Green caught 10 passes for 173 yards and his team’s only touchdown, as the Bengals dominated the Miami Dolphins, 22-7, in Cincinnati on Thursday night.
Patriots Blank Fumbling Texans, 27-0
LeGarrette Blount ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns, and the New England Patriots routed the Houston Texans, 27-0, in Foxborough, Mass. on Thursday night.