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Live Reporting

By Ben Collins and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. What happened on Sunday

    San Francisco 49ers

    Scroll down for full details of what happened in Sunday's early games, including the Panthers win in London, but here's an update from the late games.

    The San Francisco 49ers remain unbeaten after comfortably seeing off the Los Angeles Rams 20-7 for their fifth win of the campaign.

    The Arizona Cardinals earned their second win in a row by beating Atlanta Falcons 34-33 in an entertaining game with rookie quarterback Kyler Murray impressing.

    New York Jets won for the first time this season with a 24-22 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, who have now lost three in a row.

    Finally, the Denver Broncos beat the Tennessee Titans 16-0 in Colorado.

    You can then watch all the highlights and analysis on NFL This Week on BBC Two at 23:15 BST on Tuesday.

    Don't forget that the highlights of Carolina's 37-26 win at Tottenham is on BBC iPlayer.

  2. Post update

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    So that's all for now. Thanks for joining us as the Carolina Panthers beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in London while the Houston Texans inflicted a second straight loss for the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Don't forget that the highlights of Carolina's 37-26 win at Tottenham will be shown on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 23:40 BST, although you can watch brief highlights right now by clicking on the play icon above.

    The late kick-offs are now under way:

    • Los Angeles Rams v San Francisco 49ers
    • Arizona Cardinals v Atlanta Falcons
    • New York Jets v Dallas Cowboys
    • Denver Broncos v Tennessee Titans

    And you can click here to follow all the latest scores.

    You can then watch all the highlights and analysis on NFL This Week on BBC Two at 23:15 BST on Tuesday.

  3. Best of the early games

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    Aiming to bounce back from their first loss last week, the Kansas City Chiefs raced into a 17-3 lead at home to the Houston Texans.

    But led by Deshaun Watson, the Texans fought back with their young quarterback throwing for one touchdown and rushing for two more. The second of which capped a 103-yard drive and clinched a 31-24 victory, condemning the Chiefs to back-to-back losses.

    The Seattle Seahawks moved to a 5-1 record after Chris Carson rushed for 124 yards, including the go-ahead touchdown, to seal a 32-28 win at the Cleveland Browns. The Seahawks rallied from a 14-point deficit.

    The Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins were both going for their first win of the season and the Redskins held on for a 17-16 victory.

    Trailing 17-3 after three quarters, Miami benched starting quarterback Josh Rosen for veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick. He helped them get within a point of the Redskins with an 11-yard touchdown pass to DeVante Parker with six seconds left but the Dolphins failed with a two-point conversion attempt, rather than going for a field goal to take it into overtime.

  4. Early games round-up

    Stefon Diggs caught three of Kirk Cousins' four touchdown passes as the Minnesota Vikings claimed a 38-20 home win against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Quarterback Lamar Jackson rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown as the Baltimore Ravens kept the Cincinnati Bengals without a win. Jackson also threw for 236 yards as the Ravens triumphed 23-17.

    Teddy Bridgewater and Jared Cook linked up for the game's only touchdown as the New Orleans Saints won 13-6 at the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    The Saints have now won all four games with Bridgewater starting in place of the injured Drew Brees as the back-up QB has steered them to a 5-1 start.

  5. Panthers win in London

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26-37 Carolina Panthers

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    The Carolina Panthers maintained their fine form under quarterback Kyle Allen by beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second of four games during this year's NFL London series.

    Two Christian McCaffrey touchdowns put Carolina 17-7 ahead at half-time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. And Curtis Samuel added two more in the third quarter before the Panthers held off a late fightback by Tampa Bay.

    Carolina are now 4-2 after their fourth straight win since back-up Allen replaced the injured Cameron Newton.

  6. 'It's been a hard journey'

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26-37 Carolina Panthers

    Efe Obada arrived in England aged 10 and was abandoned with his sister on the streets of Hackney, east London.

    They spent two nights sleeping rough before a security guard gave them shelter in the tower block he was working in. With his help, the children were eventually looked after temporarily by a friend of their mother. When that arrangement broke down, Obada spent the remainder of his childhood in more than 10 different foster homes.

    Today the 27-year-old Carolina Panthers defensive end played in his first NFL game in his hometown. Click here for more on his journey.

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  7. Post update

    FT: Cleveland Browns 28-32 Seattle Seahawks

    The Browns didn't quite manage to get the W today, but star receiver Odell Beckahm Jr produced this piece of magic.

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    Andrew Priestley: Patriots 6-0. Saints 5-1. Seahawks 5-1. Packers 4-1. The cream is rising.

  9. BreakingFull-time

    FT: Cleveland Browns 28-32 Seattle Seahawks

    Seahawks are 5-1...

  10. Post update

    Cleveland Browns 28-32 Seattle Seahawks

    The Seahawks have the ball at the two-minute warning, In control of this...

  11. Interception!

    Cleveland Browns 28-32 Seattle Seahawks

    Baker Mayfield is picked off and Seattle have the ball back! Could be massive.

    Still 2:41 left though...

  12. Watson wins QB duel

    FT: Kansas City Chiefs 24-31 Houston Texans

    In the battle between the two young gunslingers, Deshaun Watson came out on top against last season's MVP Patrick Mahomes.

    The Houston quarterback threw for one touchdown and rushed for two others, the second of which capping a 103-yard match-winning drive.

    Watson threw for a total of 280 yards and rushed for 42. Mahomes threw for 273 but gave up his first interception of the season and completed just 19 of 35 passes.

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  13. Full-times

    Only playing in Cleveland then - it's FT elsewhere...

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26-37 Carolina Panthers

    FT: Minnesota Vikings 38-20 Philadelphia Eagles

    Cleveland Browns 28-31 Seattle Seahawks

    FT: Jacksonville Jaguars 6-13 New Orleans Saints

    FT: Miami Dolphins 16-17 Washington Redskins

    FT: Baltimore Ravens 23-17 Cincinnati Bengals

    FT: Kansas City Chiefs 24-31 Houston Texans

  14. Touchdown!

    Cleveland Browns 28-31 Seattle Seahawks

    As you were. They score on the very next play.

  15. No Touchdown!

    Cleveland Browns 28-25 Seattle Seahawks

    Scratch that! The Seahawks TD is ruled out. They do have four downs from a few yards out though...

  16. Full-time

    FT: Kansas City Chiefs 24-31 Houston Texans

    Kansas City were 17-3 up in the first quarter but Deshaun Watson shows great composure to lead a Houston fightback.

    That's back-to-back losses for the Chiefs while the Texans go 4-2.

  17. Seahawks strike!

    Cleveland Browns 28-31 Seattle Seahawks

    And Seattle lead once again! 3:50 left...

  18. Post update

    I'd watch.