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Live Reporting

Michael Beardmore and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    And that's a goodnight from us - we'll have a review of the Packers' trip to New Orleans in the morning.


  2. Late games recap

    Detrooit Lions

    And there was just as much drama in the late games, including at Arizona where the Cardinals were handed their first defeat of the season by Matt Prater's last-second field goal in a 26-23 win for the Detroit Lions.

    Tyler Lockett's hat-trick of touchdowns helped the Seattle Seahawks to a 3-0 record as they held off the Dallas Cowboys 38-31 in a high-scoring thriller that seems par for the course from both of these entertaining teams.

    There were a couple of blowouts as Philip Rivers passed 400 career passing touchdowns in Indianapolis Colts' 36-7 romp over the 0-3 New York Jets while Tom Brady's new charges, the upwardly-mobile Tampa Bay Buccaneers won 28-10 at the injury-hit Denver Broncos.

    Finally, the Carolina Panthers got off the mark for the campaign with a 21-16 win at the Los Angeles Chargers, a second narrow defeat in as many weeks for rookie Bolts quarterback Justin Herbert.

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    Elsewhere, the Tennessee Titans continued their unbeaten start by edging out the Minnesota Vikings 31-30 as touchdown machine Derrick Henry scored twice, while the Pittsburgh Steelers also maintained their 100% record with a hard-fought 28-21 win over the unlucky Houston Texans.

    The San Francisco 49ers were missing almost their entire first-choice offense but it made little difference as they walloped the winless New York Giants 36-9, while the New England Patriots ended the Las Vegas Raiders' undefeated start with a 36-20 victory that suggests Bill Belichick's era is far from over.

    Finally, the Cleveland Browns improved to 2-1 with a routine 34-20 win over Washington.

  4. More late drama in early games

    Chicago Bears.

    There was the usual late drama we've become accustomed to in the early kick-offs as the Atlanta Falcons threw a game away for the second week running while the Buffalo Bills very nearly took a leaf out of their book.

    A week after losing 40-39 to Dallas from 20-0 up, Atlanta led the Chicago Bears 26-10 going into the fourth quarter and conspired to lose 30-26 as Chicago ditched Mitch Trubisky mid-game and turned to veteran quarterback Nick Foles, who provided flashes of his Super Bowl winning form with the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Buffalo's collapse would have been even worse, giving up a 28-3 lead to trail the Los Angeles Rams 32-28 in a battle of two unbeaten sides, but Josh Allen led them on a crazy match-winning drive, aided by a last-gasp penalty, to keep Buffalo perfect.

    Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles both remain winless after a to-and-fro affair ended 23-23 with neither side able to claim victory in overtime despite Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow outshining an interception-prone Carson Wentz for the Eagles.

  5. Final scores

    FT: Buffalo Bills 35-32 LA Rams

    FT: Pittsburgh Steelers 28-21 Houston Texans

    FT: New York Giants 9-36 San Francisco 49ers

    FT: New England Patriots 36-20 Las Vegas Raiders

    FT: Minnesota Vikings 30-31 Tennessee Titans

    FT: Cleveland Browns 34-20 Washington

    FT: Philadelphia Eagles 23-23 Cincinnati Bengals

    FT: Atlanta Falcons 26-30 Chicago Bears

    FT: LA Chargers 16-21 Carolina Panthers

    FT: Indianapolis Colts 36-7 New York Jets

    FT: Denver Broncos 10-28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    FT: Arizona Cardinals 23-26 Detroit Lions

    FT: Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

  6. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Another topsy-turvy encounter to wrap up our coverage of tonight's games then.

    Seattle led after a tight first half but Dallas recovered from 30-15 to edge ahead only for DK Metcalf to make up for a horrendous first-half error with the game-winning touchdown.

    You couldn't script it.

    Seattle stay unbeaten, one of five teams to move to 3-0 tonight.

  7. Interception

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    That's it - game over.

    Dak Prescott does brilliantly to avoid a sack and launches a ball high into the endzone but it ends up in Seattle hands.

    A brave effort from Prescott and the Cowboys but Seattle prevail - just.

  8. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    A big moment for the Seahawks as Alton Robinson sacks Dak Prescott and Dallas have to use their final timeout.

  9. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Cedrick Wilson, who is having a fine night, picks up a Dallas first down - 22 seconds to go and the Cowboys are at the Seattle 22.

    Nail-biting stuff!

  10. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Dak Prescott connects with tight end Dalton Schultz for a few more yards and then Ezekiel Elliott for a few more.

    We're on 34 seconds remaining and Dallas are at the Seattle 30 needing a touchdown.

  11. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Russell Wilson

    Russell Wilson has now surpassed Patrick Mahomes (13 in 2018) for the most pass TD by a QB in his team's first three games of a season in NFL history.

  12. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Three time-outs in hand, still more than a minute on the clock and Dallas are already approaching midfield.

  13. Two-point conversion

    Seattle Seahawks 38-31 Dallas Cowboys

    The flag was for roughing the passer against a Dallas defender, giving the Seahawks a second chance on the two-point conversion.

    And they make Dallas pay as Russell Wilson locates Jacob Hollister.

    The Cowboys still have 1:47 remaining though to try to find a game-equalling touchdown.

  14. Touchdown Seahawks

    Seattle Seahawks 36-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Of course. It had to be. DK Metcalf.

    The man who blundered a certain touchdown through overconfidence in the first half hauls in a 35-yard pass from Russell Wilson to put Seattle back ahead.

    The two-point conversion is no good. But, wait, there's a flag...

  15. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 30-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Huge play coming up as Russell Wilson is put under pressure and throws one away.

    Third and 3 for Seattle....

  16. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 30-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Dak Prescott

    Dak Prescott has surpassed Tony Romo (5) for the most games with 400+ pass yards in Cowboys history.

  17. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 30-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Seattle are in field goal territory now and we've hit the two-minute warning.

    Will Dallas get a chance to respond or will the Seahawks run the clock down before going for the kick?

    Seattle will still be looking for the touchdown to clinch it, of course.

  18. Who's perfect?

    The Chiefs, the Packers, the Ravens and the Seahawks can all still join them, but these are the sides who are 3-0...

    Buffalo Bills

    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Tennessee Titans

    Chicago Bears

  19. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 30-31 Dallas Cowboys

    A massive conversion on fourth down and 3 for Seattle as Russell Wilson finds tight end Greg Olsen.

    That was probably game over if it wasn't caught.

  20. Post update

    Seattle Seahawks 30-31 Dallas Cowboys

    Injury worry for Seattle as running back Chris Carson is down after a heavy blow to the knee from a Dallas defender.

    Lengthy delay merely builds the tension at CenturyLink Field.