The NFL season is approaching family stage with nearly nine weeks in the book.
And over nine weeks, a few things are becoming clear: Pittsburgh Steelers can win even if they play sloppily, Buffalo Bills are underrated, NFC is a bit more open than some think and The MVP race is likely to go down for Patrick Mahomes and Russell Wilson.
NFL fans got to see some interesting matches, including a match between two future stars – Tua Tagovailoa and Kyler Murray, who came to rope in Glendale, Ariz.
Read below for a brief look at this week.
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PACKAGES 34, 49 PACK 17
The Aaron Rodgers-Davante Adams connection is still alive and well on Thursday night. Together, Green Bay won a solid victory over San Francisco.
AARON RODGERS leads overly unlicensed packaged packages 49 people, 34-17
TEXANS 27, JAGUARS 25
The Texans spoiled the start of Jake Luton’s first career for Jaguars. Luton was 26 for 38 with 304 passes and one touch but Houston was able to do enough to get a second win of the season.
WATSON, TEXANS SEND JAGUARS TO 7, 27-25
GIANTS 23, WASHINGTON 20
It seems no one wants to win this game for a minute. But Daniel Jones improved to 4-0 against Washington during his career. The Giants got their second win of the season.
JONES, HOLDING BEAT WASHINGTON FOR VICTORY 2
VIKINGS 34, LIONS 20
The Vikings created some momentum behind Dalvin Cook. The backward run was 206 yards long and scored two touches of the ball as Minnesota got their first home win of the year.
COOK, VIKES TOP LIONS 34-20; STAFF IN DISCUSSION PERIOD
CHIEFS 33, PANTHERS 31
The chiefs stopped the discomfort. Patrick Mahomes made four touch passes and 372 in the win. Christian McCaffrey had a quick touch and a touch the ball was received on the return.
RAVENS 24, COLOR 10
The Raven team managed to hold Colts back with a solid defense. 19-year-old Lamar Jackson 23 with 170 passes and a quick touch.
RAVENS SET NFL RECORDING FOR 20 POINTS GAMEPLAY WITH WINS IN INDY
TITANS 24, BEAR 17
The Titans slipped their skates before the Bears. Rookie Desmond King had a fumbling return on a touch and Ryan Tannehill had two touch passes.
TITANS SNAP 2-GAME LOSING STREAK, BEAT SKIDDING BEARS 24-17
BILLING 44, SEAHAWKS 34
Bills shocked the NFL with a massive win over the Seahawks. Josh Allen has 415 passes and three touches the ball in victory.
ALLEN, BILLS TORCH SEAHAWKS, WINNER 44-34 IN BALMY BUFFALO
FALCONS 34, BRONCOS 27
Matt Ryan made three touch passes and Falcons was barely able to fight the Broncos. Denver had 21 points in the fourth quarter but failed to add to Atlanta’s misery this season.
RYAN TOO 3 TDS LIKE FALCONS STOP BACK, BEAT BRONCOS
STEEL 24, KEYBOARD 19
Steelers need 15 points in a row in the fourth quarter but have come back to beat the Cowboys. Ben Roethlisberger made three touch passes in the win. Pittsburgh is 8-0.
STEEL REFORM KEEP THE KEYBOARD FOR THE 8th VICTORY
DOLPHINS 34, CARDINALS 31
Tua Tagovailoa made two touch passes and 248 cross passes to win his second as the starter. Kyler Murray has 283 cross passes and three touches. Teams have combined over 600 yards total and a match of the future of the NFL.
TAGOVAILOA, DOLPHINS ONLY HAVE 34-31 BATTLES THROUGH CARD NUMBER
RAIDERS 31, CHARGING 26
Chargers were close to winning the game but Donald Parham Jr let the ball go out of his hand as he touched the ground. Justin Herbert and Derek Carr each have two touch passes. Raiders won the game.
NO CABLE: CHARGER OUTSIDE RAIDERS AFTER RATING RATING
SAINTS 38, BUCCANEERS 3
Drew Brees and New Orleans Saints went off the field to fight the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and hit fiercely in the first half with 31 points. That was more than enough for Saints to get their second straight win over the Buccaneers this season and put them first at NFC South.
SAINTS EMBARRASS BUCCANEERS IN THE ROAD, ON TOP OF NFC SOUTH
first). Invoice (7-2)
2). Dolphin (5-3)
3). Patriotic (2-5)
4). Jet (0-8)
first). Steelers (8-0)
2). Crow (6-2)
3). Brown (5-3)
4). Bengali (2-5)
first). Titan (6-2)
2). Colts (5-3)
3). Texans (2-6)
4). Cheetah (1-7)
first). Head (8-1)
2). Raiders (5-3)
3). Broncos (3-5)
4). Charger (2-6)
first). Eagle (3-4-1)
2). Washington (2-6)
3). Cowboy (2-7)
4). Giant (2-7)
first). Packing machine 6-2)
2). Bear (5-4)
3). Vikings (3-5)
4). Lion (3-5)
first). Saints (6-2)
2). Buccaneers (6-3)
3). Falcon (3-6)
4). Panthers (3-6)
first). Seahawks (6-2)
2). Cardinal (5-3)
3). Rams (5-3)
4). 49ers (4-5)