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  1. Watch the NFL plays of the week

    Watch the best plays from week three of the NFL featuring Christian McCaffrey, Evan Engram and Houston Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson.

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    Video caption: Christian McCaffrey, Evan Engram & DeShaun Watson in NFL plays of the week

    Plus check out the wild celebrations as the New York Giants beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32-31 thanks to a missed field goal attempt in the final second.

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    Video caption: New York Giants beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers thanks to field goal miss

    Don't forget to catch NFL This Week with Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell on Tuesday, 24 September from 23:45 BST on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app.

  2. Another eventful night in the NFL

    The drama!

    It really does deliver, every single week...

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    Scroll down for reports and highlights from Sunday's games, and remember we'll have video clips of the best action on the BBC Sport website through the week.

    We hope you'll join us again for live text commentary on next Sunday's games. Until then, you can watch all the week three highlights and analysis from Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora in NFL This Week on BBC Two (Tuesday 23:45 BST) and BBC iPlayer.

  3. Full-time scores

    New England Patriots 30-14 New York Jets

    Green Bay Packers 27-16 Denver Broncos

    Indianapolis Colts 27-24 Atlanta Falcons

    Kansas City Chiefs 33-28 Baltimore Ravens

    Buffalo Bills 21-17 Cincinnati Bengals

    Philadelphia Eagles 24-27 Detroit Lions

    Dallas Cowboys 31-6 Miami Dolphins

    Minnesota Vikings 34-14 Oakland Raiders

    Arizona Cardinals 20-38 Carolina Panthers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-32 New York Giants

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    Seattle Seahawks 27-33 New Orleans Saints

    San Francisco 49ers 24-20 Pittsburgh Steelers

  4. Last, but not least

    The weekend's schedule concludes with two final fixtures:

    • Cleveland Browns v Los Angeles Rams (01:20 BST)
    • Washington Redskins v Chicago Bears (Tues, 01:15 BST)
  5. Chiefs go 3-0 as Mahomes impresses

    Kansas City Chiefs 33-28 Baltimore Ravens

    Earlier tonight, the Kansas City Chiefs went 3-0 despite a late charge from the Baltimore Ravens.

    The Chiefs scored four times in the second quarter for the second consecutive game, with a dominant performance form Patrick Mahomes.

    Demarcus Robinson also produced a stunning one-handed touchdown grab to help his side to a 33-28 win for their 10th straight September win.

    Patrick Mahomes
  6. Brady still balling

    New England Patriots 30-14 New York Jets

    Tom Brady

    In the earlier set of games it was very much business as usual for Tom Brady and New England - the Pats raced into a 30-0 lead before easing off on the Jets.

    They are one of six sides to have made a perfect 3-0 start in the NFL. Can they go all the way again?

  7. Jones announces himself

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-32 New York Giants

    Daniel Jones

    Does New York have a new hero?

    Eli Manning had started 233 of the Giants' previous 234 NFL games but was benched in favour of 22-year-old rookie Daniel Jones.

    Jones rushed for two touchdowns and threw two more as the Giants recovered from 28-10 down to win in Florida.

    The Bucs could have won it - but Matt Gay missed a last-second field foal...

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  8. 49ers produce U-turn for the win

    San Francisco 49ers 24-20 Pittsburgh Steelers

    The San Francisco 49ers entered Sunday’s game as favoyrites against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    A disaster start saw the 49ers offense made five significant mistakes on its first five possessions in a first half which saw three field goals and no touchdowns.

    But the second half exploded into life, including a phenomenal run from Steelers' JuJu Smith-Schuster in a match which saw each side lose and regain the lead numerous times.

    San Francisco 49ers
  9. No Brees, no problem

    Seattle Seahawks 27-33 New Orleans Saints

    New Orleans

    The New Orleans Saints were without legendary quarterback Drew Brees - who had surgery on his thumb this week.

    They were still able to inflict a first home defeat in September for Seattle under their coach Pete Carroll.

    Running back Alvin Kamara scored two touchdowns while stand-in QB Teddy Bridgewater threw for 177 yards and two scores.

  10. Post update

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-32 New York Giants

    Nothing was stopping Saquon from celebrating the W...

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  11. Full-time

    New England Patriots 30-14 New York Jets

    Green Bay Packers 27-16 Denver Broncos

    Indianapolis Colts 27-24 Atlanta Falcons

    Kansas City Chiefs 33-28 Baltimore Ravens

    Buffalo Bills 21-17 Cincinnati Bengals

    Philadelphia Eagles 24-27 Detroit Lions

    Dallas Cowboys 31-6 Miami Dolphins

    Minnesota Vikings 34-14 Oakland Raiders

    Arizona Cardinals 20-38 Carolina Panthers

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-32 New York Giants

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    Seattle Seahawks 27-33 New Orleans Saints

    San Francisco 49ers 24-20 Pittsburgh Steelers

  12. Post update

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    Incomplete! Houston will win it!

  13. Post update

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    All or nothing from Philip Rivers on third down - deep into the end zone, incomplete!

    4th & 14 now, 18 seconds on the clock.

  14. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 27-33 New Orleans Saints

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    Seattle lose a home game in September for the first time under coach Pete Carroll...

  15. Post update

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    Just one game still playing then. The Chargers are 2nd & 9 with 42 on the clock. Need a touchdown.

  16. Full-time

    Seattle Seahawks 27-33 New Orleans Saints

    Seahawks score a touchdown with the final play but it's a win on the road for the Saints without Drew Brees...

    Deonte Harris
  17. Post update

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    Got it! First down! Texans reeling, clock still ticking...

  18. Post update

    LA Chargers 20-27 Houston Texans

    4th & 2 LA. 1:18 left...