The Lions finally won when Jared Goff threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Amon-Ra St. Brown. On Sunday, he defeated the previously unbeatable Detroit 29-27 over the Minnesota Vikings.
Not only was the finish dramatic, it was brilliant. After Kirk Cousins threw a Gorehead 3-yard touchdown pass to Justin Jefferson with 1:50 remaining, Goff led the Lions with a decisive 75-yard ownership without a time-out. The Viking failed the third 2-point conversion. Those missed opportunities proved to be costly.
Goff threw two touchdown passes in the first half, leading Detroit by 14 points, the biggest lead of the season. Then he flipped the ball twice in the second half to help the Minnesota rally. He came last and led a long drive, delivering a sharp pass to the rookie receiver. The rookie receiver took advantage of the Viking’s secondary play, which was too deep in the end zone.
Lions (1-10-1) have won their first franchise victory over their first-year coach Dan Campbell after 364 days of unwinning consecutive wins in 15 games since winning Chicago last season. Brought.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30–17 Atlanta Falcons
Tom Brady threw 368 yards and four touchdowns, two to his longtime favorite target Rob Gronkowski, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Atlanta Falcons to win the NFC South title. Moved on the verge of winning. Buccane (9-3) won three games in a row, pushing the division lead to four games in Atlanta, Carolina and New Orleans (all 5-7), leaving five games left.
Arizona Cardinals 33–22 Chicago Bears
Kyler Murray threw two touchdowns on his return from an ankle injury and ran two more times, with Arizona Cardinals defeating the struggling Chicago Bears.
Cardinals (10-2) regained Murray and three-time all-pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins after two players missed three games due to injury. NFC West leaders, who hold the NFL’s highest record, intercepted Andy Dalton four times. The Cardinal, who had left goodbye, improved to 7-0 on the road, with each victory over 10 points.
Los Angeles Chargers 41-22 Cincinnati Bengals
Justin Herbert threw all three touchdown passes in the first half, and the Los Angeles Chargers who visited overcame the horrors of the second half and won.
Keenan Allen caught two TD passes from Herbert in the first quarter alone as the Chargers (7-5) rebounded from a road defeat in Denver last week. Herbert was 26 of 35 at 317 yards at the intercept.
Los Angeles overcame two fumbles from Austin Ekeler, but wedged a slow-breathing room with Cincinnati sales. The Chargers’ Tevaughn Campbell returned a fumble with 13:43 remaining, with Joe Mixon’s touchdown and a 31-22 lead. The Chargers’ first quarter 16 points was the highest since September 2012. In the first quarter, he lost his star defensive end Joe Ibosa in a head injury.
Indianapolis Colts 31–0 Houston Texans
Jonathan Taylor ran 143 yards and two touchdowns, and Indianapolis Colts easily beat the unfortunate Houston Texans. The Texans flipped the ball twice in the first quarter, and quarterback Tyrod Taylor was put on the bench in the third quarter as Houston (2-10) suffered a ninth defeat in 10 games.
Jonathan Taylor, who heads the NFL in Yard Lashing, has had 16 lashing touchdowns this season. This is tied to the franchise record set by Lenny Moore in 1964. Tom Linson has done that for the 18th consecutive year in the 2004 and 2005 seasons.
New York Giants 9–20 Miami Dolphins
Tua Tagovailoa threw two short touchdown passes, and the Miami Dolphins broke through the New York Giants to extend their winning streak to five games. Isaiah Ford and Mack Hollins scored a goal in Miami (6-7), which started 1-7. Jaylen Waddle made nine catches at 90 yards for the Dolphins, and rookie Gellan Phillips won two more sack in the last two games. Tagovairoa completed 30 out of 41 passes with 244 yards and two scores.
Philadelphia Eagles 33–18 New York Jets
Gardner Minshew started in place of injured Jalen Hurts, leading the watch-eating Philadelphia Eagles to beat the New York Jets 33-18, scoring in the first seven belongings. Minshu was 20 out of 25 with 242 yards and two touchdowns to Dallas Gedelt. Kenneth Gainwell scored, Jay Queriot kicked four field goals, and Eagles (6-7) consistently improved to 12-0 against Jets (3-9).
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