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By Michael Emons and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. In the late, late game...

    Rudolph guides Vikings to fifth win in six

    Rudolph

    Minnesota Vikings held on for a 28-24 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas for a fifth win in six games.

    Kirk Cousins completed 23 of 32 passes for 220 yards and two touchdowns, both to tight end Kyle Rudolph, while Dalvin Cook finished with 26 carries for 97 yards and a touchdown.

    The Vikings led 14-0 and then 20-14 before Dallas edged back to within a point in the third quarter, before Cook's touchdown reestablished Minnesota's advantage.

  2. 'Tis the season

    Packers on the move

    Green Bay Packers

    Another exciting night in the NFL as the Packers join the Patriots and the 49ers on eight wins for the season.

    Catch up with all the news below.

  3. Results

    FT: Cincinnati Bengals 13-49 Baltimore Ravens

    FT: Cleveland Browns 19-16 Buffalo Bills

    FT: New Orleans Saints 9-26 Atlanta Falcons

    FT: Chicago Bears 20-13 Detroit Lions

    FT: New York Jets 34-27 New York Giants

    FT: Tennessee Titans 35-32 Kansas City Chiefs

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 12-16 Miami Dolphins

    FT: Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    FT: Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

  4. Packers hold on in the snow

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    There were contrasting results for two of the big hitters in the NFC as the Green Bay Packers held on to beat the Carolina Panthers 24-16 at a snowy Lambeau Field.

    Panthers had a late chance, but came up one yard short with Christian McCaffrey's last-play push, but Aaron Jones scored three touchdowns for the Packers, who now go 8-2.

    Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints were beaten for only the second time in this campaign, in a surprise 26-9 loss against an Atlanta Falcons side, who had lost seven of their first eight matches.

  5. Mahomes back with a L

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    Patrick Mahomes was back from injury but the Kansas City Chiefs let a 10-0 lead slip as the Tennessee Titans edged their way to a thrilling 35-32 home victory.

    There was late drama as Ryan Tannehill fired a decisive 23-yard touchdown pass to Adam Humphries with 23 seconds remaining to win it for the Titans.

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers also had to fight hard for the win, only their third this season, as they held on to beat the Arizona Cardinals 30-27.

    Peyton Barber's touchdown for the Buccaneers with a minute remaining proved the difference, while the Cardinals' Christian Kirk was on the losing side, despite his three touchdowns.

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  6. Brilliant Baltimore, Jets see off Giants

    One game went entirely with the form book as Baltimore Ravens whacked the hapless and winless Cincinnati Bengals 49-13.

    Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson again highlighted his MVP credentials in a dominant display. Jackson threw for three touchdowns and produced a scintillating 47-yard TD run in the rout. NFC North leaders Baltimore won their fifth straight and notched their second win of the season over last-placed division rivals Cincinnati.

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    In the battle for New York pride it was the Jets who edged the Giants 34-27.

    By winning the quadrennial battle between the two teams that share the New Jersey stadium, the Jets (2-7) snapped a three-game losing streak while deepening the misery of the Giants (2-8), who have lost six straight.

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    Time to recall Eli?

  7. Still to come

    The late, late game

    Dallas Cowboys v Minnesota Vikings (01:20 GMT)

  8. Results

    FT: Cincinnati Bengals 13-49 Baltimore Ravens

    FT: Cleveland Browns 19-16 Buffalo Bills

    FT: New Orleans Saints 9-26 Atlanta Falcons

    FT: Chicago Bears 20-13 Detroit Lions

    FT: New York Jets 34-27 New York Giants

    FT: Tennessee Titans 35-32 Kansas City Chiefs

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 12-16 Miami Dolphins

    FT: Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    FT: Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

  9. Intercepted!

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    Jared Goff looks deep, tipped away and intercepted! And that will do it for the Steelers!

  10. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    Knocked away on 3rd & 7. A flag on the play though - first down Rams!

  11. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    Jared Goff has six game-winning drives in the fourth quarter. Can he serve up a seventh? He's hit and fumbles straight away, though the Rams recover the ball.

  12. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    The Steelers punt it , short. The Rams will have 59 seconds left, no timeouts.

  13. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    A false start penalty pings the Steelers to 3rd & 15. Maybe they won't just see this game out after all. Still 1:10 on the clock.

  14. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    Jared Goff goes deep to the end zone on 4th down - it's knocked away. The Rams want a flag for pass interference, nothing given.

    The Steelers get the ball back and will aim to just see this out now.

  15. Post update

    Pittsburgh Steelers 17-12 LA Rams

    Still 90 seconds left in Pittsburgh...

  16. Post update

    FT: Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    The Packers move on to 8-2 - no team has won more games. They had to earn that one.

  17. BreakingGreen Bay win!

    Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    Carolina try to run it with Christian McCaffrey, but they just come up short. One yard short. On the very last play of the day.

    Green Bay win!

  18. Post update

    Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    First down after an offside call against Preston Smith of Green Bay. Eight seconds to go. Still alive.

  19. Post update

    Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    Allen... the throw is long. Thirteen seconds, one final chance. Now or never.

  20. Post update

    Green Bay Packers 24-16 Carolina Panthers

    Nineteen seconds on the clock. Panthers still believe.