By Tom Morley 

Week 7 of the NFL kicked off with a few shock results and a few sides showing they are Super Bowl contenders.

Here’s our round up of the biggest results of the week.

Friday 22 October Cleveland Browns 17-14 Denver Broncos 

The Cleveland Browns kept themselves in play off contention in the AFC North as they moved to 4-3 despite being without Star Quarterback Baker Mayfield.

The Broncos fell to 3-4 as their season hangs in the balance even though Teddy Bridgewater threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns.

Sunday 24 October Cincinnati Bengals 41-17 Baltimore Ravens 

Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals scored 41 points against Super Bowl Contenders Baltimore Ravens with Ja’Marr chase having 201 receiving yards and one touchdown.

Lamar Jackson impressed once again for Baltimore having 345 overall yards but the Ravens couldn’t stop the Bengals hungry offence.

Sunday October 24 Arizona Cardinals 31-5 Houston Texans 

Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals continued their undefeated season as they dispatched a lacklustre Houston Texans.

Murray threw for 261 yards and 3 touchdowns as Tight End Zach Ertz scored his first touchdown in Cardinals colours following his trade from the Philadelphia Eagles.

Davis Mills threw for a measly 135 yards as the cardinals remain the front runners for Super Bowl 56 in the NFC.

Sunday October 24 Tennessee Titans 27-3 Kansas City Chiefs

Tennessee Titans pulled off one of the shock results of the weekend against a poor Kansas City Chiefs who have been disappointing all season.

Derrick Henry had a productive game on offence once again running for 86 yards while Patrick Mahomes suffering a concussion to add more pressure on the Chiefs.

Sunday 22 October Chicago Bears 3-38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady became the first quarterback in NFL History to throw 600 TD passes as the Buccaneers blew away a lacklustre bears as the Bucs posted 35 points before half time.

Justin Fields continued to struggle in his rookie season throwing 3 interceptions as the bears fall to 3-4.