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By Tom Rostance and Ben Collins

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  1. Rams see off Chicago

    FT: LA Rams 17-7 Chicago Bears

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    LA Rams made it three wins from four, seeing off Chicago Bears 17-7 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

    Todd Gurley scored a touchdown and matched a season high with 97 yards rushing, while Malcolm Brown added a score.

    Tackle Aaron Donald led a Rams defence that held the Bears scoreless in the first half and kept them to 193 yards passing and 74 yards rushing.

    The Bears missed field goals on two of their first three possessions and, despite Jared Goff passing for 173 yards, the Rams were able to stretch their record to 6-4.

  2. Pats & 49ers roll on

    Patriots win

    Two tough games, two more wins - on another hectic NFL Sunday it was the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers who continue to set the pace with nine wins...

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    MVP

    FT: Miami Dolphins 20-37 Buffalo Bills

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-34 New Orleans Saints

    FT: Carolina Panthers 3-29 Atlanta Falcons

    FT: Detroit Lions 27-35 Dallas Cowboys

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 33-13 Jacksonville Jaguars

    FT: Washington Redskins 17-34 New York Jets

    FT: Baltimore Ravens 41-7 Houston Texans

    FT: Minnesota Vikings 27-23 Denver Broncos

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 36-26 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Oakland Raiders 17-10 Cincinnati Bengals

    FT: Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

  4. Best of the late games

    The New England Patriots were made to work hard on a cold and windy night in Philadelphia but - unsurprisingly - came through to win 17-10.

    Defences were well on top on a night when wide receiver Julian Edelman threw more touchdown passes than Tom Brady...

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    Joining the Pats on a 9-1 record are the San Francisco 49ers, who needed a Jeff Wilson touchdown with 31 seconds left to finally see off the Arizona Cardinals.

    Can the Niners win the Super Bowl this year? It was way back in 1994 they won their last title...

  5. Early games round-up

    Drew Brees threw three touchdown passes as the New Orleans Saints recorded four interceptions in a 34-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    The Saints improved to 8-2 a week after a surprise 26-9 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, who continued their revival with a 29-3 win at the Carolina Panthers.

    Dak Prescott threw for 444 yards and three touchdowns, while Ezekiel Elliott added a pair of TDs, as the Dallas Cowboys won 35-27 at the Detroit Lions.

    The Buffalo Bills went 7-3 with a 37-20 win at the Miami Dolphins while the New York Jets enjoyed a second straight victory, beating Washington Redskins 34-17. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett returned from injury to help the Indianapolis Colts to a 33-13 home win against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  6. Best of the early games

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    The Baltimore Ravens' defence dominated against the Houston Texans while Lamar Jackson enhanced his potential MVP status during a 41-7 home win.

    Billed as a match-up between two of the league's most exciting young quarterbacks, Jackson, 22, outshone Deshaun Watson as he passed for four touchdowns and 222 yards, plus rushed for another 86.

    The Ravens took charge after a scoreless first quarter, with Mark Ingram scoring two TD's before the Texans claimed a late consolation.

    Watson, 24, was sacked six times, gave up one interception and a fumble as Baltimore extended the league's longest winning streak to six and went 8-2 overall.

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    The Minnesota Vikings trailed 20-0 at half-time and 23-7 after three quarters against the Denver Broncos. Yet they fought back with three touchdowns in the last quarter to claim a 27-23 home win.

    Quarterback Kirk Cousins was 29-of-35 passing for 319 yards and three touchdowns as the Vikings made it six wins in seven to go 8-3.

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    Dan Nixon: This could be a landmark victory for the 49ers today. 16-0 down, at home, coming off a 1st loss, a number of key injuries & playing poorly but manage to drag themselves to a possibly undeserved win. This could be setting up for something special.

  8. Full times

    MVP

    FT: Miami Dolphins 20-37 Buffalo Bills

    FT: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-34 New Orleans Saints

    FT: Carolina Panthers 3-29 Atlanta Falcons

    FT: Detroit Lions 27-35 Dallas Cowboys

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 33-13 Jacksonville Jaguars

    FT: Washington Redskins 17-34 New York Jets

    FT: Baltimore Ravens 41-7 Houston Texans

    FT: Minnesota Vikings 27-23 Denver Broncos

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 36-26 Arizona Cardinals

    FT: Oakland Raiders 17-10 Cincinnati Bengals

    FT: Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

  9. Post update

    FT: Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Carson Wentz scrambles just inside the Philly half till he has space to let one go. It's going to drop about 10 yards short of the end zone, there's plenty of bodies under it...and the Pats pat it down.

    Game over. Last season's Super Bowl winners are back to winning ways after the Baltimore Ravens ended their unbeaten start two weeks back.

  10. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Carson Wentz finds Zach Ertz for 21 yards and he spikes it to stop the clock with two seconds left. Hail Mary here we come.

  11. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Carson Wentz launches it up the middle. Jason Kelce can't take it in but he's clattered by Terrence Brooks moments later and the Patriot is penalised for unnecessary roughness - 15 yards and first down for the Eagles.

  12. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    New England go three-and-out before punting to Philadelphia's 12-yard line. There's 34 seconds left, will they get one more try?

  13. Agonising for Eagles

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Carson Wentz will be kicking himself. Zach Ertz is wide open but it's a poor throw. Too low.

    He has to go for it on 4th & 10 and the Pats' defence has gone cover zero - they're leaving no-one back.

    Wentz back-pedals then launches it to the back of the end zone. Agholor dives for it but the ball bounces off his fingertips and out of bounds. So near...yet so far.

  14. Murray = Mint

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 36-26 Arizona Cardinals

    Kyler Murray was on the losing side tonight but he played brilliantly again. The number one pick is some talent.

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  15. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Now that's woken the crowd up. Wentz finds Nelson Agholor for 19 yards and a new set of downs. The Eagles are up to New England's 26-yard line.

  16. BreakingRaiders win it

    FT: Oakland Raiders 17-10 Cincinnati Bengals

    The Bengals are 0-10 for the second time in their history. They are officially out of play-off contention, the first team this year to be out...

  17. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Side-arm throw by Carson Wentz to Dallas Goedert for 10 yards. The Eagles are into New England territory right before the two-minute warning. They've upped the tempo. Is it too little too late though?

  18. Intercepted!

    Oakland Raiders 17-10 Cincinnati Bengals

    Ryan Finley needs a touchdown to get his side back level, he's looking for a miracle downfield and chucks an interception instead. Rookie error.

  19. BreakingNiners win!

    FT: San Francisco 49ers 36-26 Arizona Cardinals

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    What a scruffy end to the game! The Cardinals pass the ball backwards trying to set up a hail Mary attempt, the ball is missed, muffed, and the 49ers return it for a touchdown! Makes the final winning margin more comfortable.

    A big win for the 49ers, their ninth of the season.

  20. Post update

    Philadelphia Eagles 10-17 New England Patriots

    Carson Wentz has to scramble in his own end zone and is almost tripped but manages to fire one off to JJ Arcega-Whiteside for a 29-yard gain. That's moved the chains.