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Ben Collins and Michael Beardmore

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  1. And finally...the late, late game

    Arizona Cardinals 37-34 Seattle Seahawks

    In Phoenix, Zane Gonzalez kicked a 48-yard field goal with 15 seconds left in overtime to lift the Arizona Cardinals to a 37-34 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

    It marked the first time in the contest the Cardinals had the lead as they handed the Seahawks their first loss of the season.

    The Seahawks defeat means the Steelers are the only remaining unbeaten team in the league.

    Click the play icon below to see the plays of the week from week seven of the 2020 season.

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    Video caption: Matthew Stafford, Tom Brady & Russell Wilson in NFL plays of the week
  2. Game of the day

    Tennessee Titans 24-27 Pittsburgh Steelers

    Ben Roethlisberger passed for 268 yards and two touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers held off the previously unbeaten Tennessee Titans in Nashville.

    The Steelers built a 20-point lead in the third quarter yet only secured the win as Stephen Gostkowski missed a 45-yard field-goal attempt with 19 seconds left which would have tied the game.

    Both Roethlisberger's TD passes went to Diontae Johnson and the veteran quarterback completed 32 of 49 passes with three interceptions.

    The Steelers are now 6-0 for the first time since 1978, leaving themselves and the Seattle Seahawks as the last remaining undefeated sides - before the Seahawks aim to go 6-0 at the Arizona Cardinals in the late, late kick-off.

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  3. Best of the late games - Mixed fortunes for Brady & Patriots

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    Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes to move past Drew Brees as the NFL's all-time leader for career TD passes as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won 45-20 at the Las Vegas Raiders.

    The 43-year-old quarterback, who joined from the New England Patriots in the off-season, claimed his 559th TD pass with a one-yard strike to Tyler Johnson with 3:08 remaining.

    The six-time Super Bowl winner also rushed for a touchdown himself, and completed 33 of 45 passes for 369 yards, keeping the Bucs at the top of the NFC South with a 5-2 record.

    But his former team were well beaten as Jeff Wilson rushed for three touchdowns in the San Francisco 49ers' 33-6 win at New England.

    The 27-point margin of defeat was the largest for the Patriots (2-4) since a 41-14 loss at Kansas City in week four of the 2014 season - and their biggest at home in the Bill Belichick era.

    Brady's replacement Cam Newton was benched after throwing three interceptions, before back-up Jarrett Stidham was also intercepted once.

  4. Rest of the late games - Chiefs & Chargers win

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    Patrick Mahomes threw for 200 yards and a touchdown as the Kansas City Chiefs scored in all three phases of the game in a 43-16 victory at the Denver Broncos.

    Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed for a touchdown in a snowy Denver while Daniel Sorensen returned an interception for another score and Byron Pringle produced a 102-yard kick-off return for a TD.

    Quarterback Justin Herbert's breakout rookie season continued as he threw three touchdown passes and ran for another to lead the Los Angeles Chargers to a 39-29 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Herbert picked up his first win as a starter, completing 27 of 43 passes for 347 yards and running for 65 yards to help the Chargers (2-4) snap a four-game losing streak, while the Jags (1-6) suffered their sixth straight loss.

  5. Best of the early games - Lions & Browns snatch victory

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    Matthew Stafford made an 11-yard touchdown pass to TJ Hockenson as time expired before Matt Prater's extra-point conversion gave the Detroit Lions a 23-22 win at the Atlanta Falcons.

    The Lions' eight-play, 75-yard drive came after Todd Gurley's second touchdown gave Atlanta the lead with 1:04 remaining. Stafford threw for 340 yards and Kenny Golladay had six catches for 114 yards for the Lions (3-3).

    Baker Mayfield completed a franchise-record 21 straight passes and threw for five touchdowns as the Cleveland Browns also snatched a late victory, winning 37-34 at their AFC North rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Mayfield shook off a dreadful start as he didn't complete a throw in the first quarter but finished 22-of-28 for 297 yards. His only incompletion after the string of 21 came on a spike to stop the clock with 16 seconds left and the Bengals leading 34-31. On the next snap, the Browns quarterback found rookie Donovan Peoples-Jones for a 24-yard game-winning touchdown.

  6. Rest of the early games

    Rookie Tyler Bass matched the Buffalo Bills' franchise record with six field goals, scoring all their points as they came back from 10-0 down to beat the winless New York Jets 18-10.

    Drew Brees passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another as the New Orleans Saints held on to win 27-24 against their NFC South rivals, the Carolina Panthers. Brees completed 29 of 36 passes for 287 yards as the Saints (4-2) won their third consecutive game.

    Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, including a pair to Davante Adams, as the Green Bay Packers won 35-20 at the Houston Texans. Rodgers went 23-of-34 for 283 yards as the Packers bounced back from last week's defeat by Tampa Bay to go 5-1.

    Kyle Allen threw two second-quarter touchdown passes and Antonio Gibson rushed for a career-high 128 yards as the Washington Football Team snapped a five-game losing streak with a 25-3 win over the struggling Dallas Cowboys.

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  7. Full-time

    Los Angeles Chargers 39-29 Jacksonville Jaguars

    A first NFL win for Chargers QB Justin Herbert - and doesn't he deserve it?

    The rookie has been sensational since replacing the injured Tyrod Taylor in Week 2.

    LA improve to 2-4 while Jacksonville's season looks pretty much over at 1-6.

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    Denver Broncos 16-43 Kansas City Chiefs

    The Chiefs have closed out a routine win over AFC West rivals Denver.

    Byron Pringle's 102-yard kick-off return was the highlight for Kansas, who improve to 6-1 and will win their division, I'm saying it now.

    They are three games clear of the second-placed Las Vegas Raiders.

  9. Fourth down stop

    Los Angeles Chargers 39-29 Jacksonville Jaguars

    A steep hill just became a mountain for Jacksonville.

    They succeeded on one fourth down play but went to the well one too many times and Gardner Minshew's pass was off target.

    Los Angeles will just have to run out the clock really to hand rookie quarterback Justin Herbert his first NFL win after a couple of agonising near misses.

  10. Field goal

    Los Angeles Chargers 39-29 Jacksonville Jaguars

    This one has gone this way and that but the Chargers have established a 10-point lead with only five minutes remaining.

    Michael Badgley's field goal is good, meaning the Jaguars must score on their next drive.

    They're approaching midfield.

  11. Get Involved: Brady/Montana - who is the GOAT?

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    With New England meeting San Francisco tonight, we asked which of their legendary all-time great quarterbacks is the best?

    Patrick: For longevity, stats, 6 Super Bowl rings the out and out GOAT has to be Tom Brady. For me, Montana was the greatest of the 80s.

    Ian Hastead: I can never understand why Drew Brees isn't mentioned when talking about the GOAT! Most passing yards, TDs, completions and highest completion %; often with a team without the stellar quality of the Patriots over the last few years.

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    Las Vegas Raiders 20-45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    And while the Patriots are struggling, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski continue to go from strength to strength with Tampa Bay.

    He threw for 369 yards including four touchdowns, one of which went to his old buddy Gronk.

    Oh, and he's broken another record. Must have lost count of them now.

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    New England Patriots 6-33 San Francisco 49ers

    It's over, mercifully for the Patriots, in Foxborough.

    The 27-point defeat is the second-equal heaviest loss for New England in Bill Belichick's two decades in charge.

    Belichick benched Tom Brady's successor Cam Newton in the fourth quarter after he threw three interceptions in the game.

    The Pats drop to 2-4 in the AFC East while NFC champions San Francisco are back on track at 4-3 in a crazily-competitive NFC West division.

    Bill Belichick.
  14. Post update

    Los Angeles Chargers 36-29 Jacksonville Jaguars

    A big effort from the Chargers' defense as Jaguars quarterback is sacked and then pressured to throw the ball away on third and long.

    Still more than 10 minutes to go in LA but the hosts get the ball back and they lead by seven.

  15. Touchdown Tampa Bay

    Las Vegas Raiders 20-45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    We can safely say this one is in the books now.

    A superb second half from the Buccaneers is capped by a close-range pass from Tom Brady to rookie Tyler Johnson.

  16. Touchdown Broncos

    Denver Broncos 16-37 Kansas City Chiefs

    Surely only a consolation score but Melvin Gordon burrows over from close range to make the score look a bit more respectable for Denver.

  17. Post update

    We're in the fourth quarter of all our late games now and Tampa Bay, San Francisco and Kansas City are all cruising to comfortable victories.

    But we could be in for an exciting end in Los Angeles as the Chargers lead Jacksonville 36-29 with most of the final quarter still to play.

  18. Touchdown Chiefs

    Denver Broncos 9-37 Kansas City Chiefs

    Tyreek Hill increases Kansas's lead in Denver by strolling over from a few yards out.

    Denver were in this for a while but this second half has been all the reigning Super Bowl champions.

  19. Touchdown Chargers

    Los Angeles Chargers 36-29 Jacksonville Jaguars

    Justin Herbert.

    Justin Herbert continues to impress at quarterback for the Chargers.

    Unable to find a man free, the rookie charges in himself, dummying a tackle and diving over for a score which the officials uphold after a long discussion.

  20. Touchdown Tampa Bay

    Las Vegas Raiders 20-38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    That should be that in Las Vegas.

    Derek Carr throws an interception to Antoine Winfield Jr and after a big gain from Tom Brady to Chris Godwin, Ronald Jones dives over to increase the Bucs' lead to 18 points with fewer than seven minutes to go.