Saints 36 Buccaneers 27

The hosts, New Orleans Saints defeated Tom Brady’s Tampa bay Buccaneers 36-27.

The saints now stand at a 5-2 record.

Winston replaced Siemian in the second, who drove the Saints 70 yards then completed 16 of 29 for 159 yards.

Brian Johnston stuck a 23-yard field kick to give the Saints a 29-27 lead with just 1:44 remaining

Chris Goodwin managed 12-yard touchdown and gained 140 yards after catching eight of Tom Brady’s passes.

Cowboys 20 Vikings 16

With star QB Dak Prescott out with injury, Cooper Rush began the game who completed 24 of 40 passes, gained 325 yards with one interception and two touchdowns.

This comes after only throwing three passes total in 2017.

He managed to begin his first career start with a 5-yard touchdown pass with 51 seconds left to go.

Dallas now has a record of 6-1

Broncos 17 Washington 10

Denver’s Melvin Gordon the third rushed for 47 yards and gained two touchdowns

Teddy Bridgewater went 19 for 26 passing as the QB position and gained 213 yards.

Denver now stands at a record of 4-4 for the season

Washington QB Taylor Heinicke, was 24 for 39 passing and gained 270 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.

This is now the fourth straight game Washington have lost.

Jets 34 Bengals 31

The New York Jets upset a 5-3 Cincinnati Bengals side for their second victory of the season.

This is the first time the Jets won in their last four meetings.

In his first NFL start, Mike White out battled Joe Burrow and managed to complete 27 of 45 passes for 405 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Michael Carter also gained 172 yards from scrimmage with a single touchdown.

Burrow completed 21 for 34 passes and gain 259 total yards with three touchdowns and one interception.

He’s now the only QB to throw more than one touchdown every game this season.

Rams 38 Texans 22

Darrel Henderson began the scoring in the first.

The Rams continued and where 31-0 up halfway through the third quarter.

The 7-1 Rams saw wide receiver Cooper Kupp extend his leading figures in the NFL in interceptions, yards and touchdown catches.

This is the seventh game the Texans have lost consecutively and now has their record at 1-7 for the season.

Patriots 27 Chargers 24

The Chargers muscled their way to the first touchdown after a first and goal run attempt by Justin Jones.

This was short lived as the patriots Damien Harris ran through the Chargers from a third and goal position.

The game was sealed with 2:23 to go as a 30-yard field goal attempt was converted for the patriots.

Mac Jones ended the game with 18 of 35 completed passes for 218 yards whilst Damien Harris rushed for 80 yards and gained the early touchdown.

Herbert was 18 for 35 for 223 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions with Austin Ekeler rushing 11 times for 64 yards and gained a touchdown.

This now leaves LA with a record of 4-3 with their second straight loss.

Panthers 19 Falcons 13

Drama presented itself as the first play saw a fumble occur

Matt Ryan completed 20 of 27 passes for 146 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions but Atlanta’s two game win streak ended abruptly.

Seahawks 31 Jaguars 7

A dominant performance by Seattle saw backup Geno Smith fill in for injured star QB Russel Wilson.

Smith completed 20 of 24 passes for 195 yards and broke their three-game losing streak

This is their first home win of the season

Bills 26 Dolphins 11

Josh Allen played a strong game after completing 29 of 42 passed for 249 yards and ran 59 yards with one touchdown.

This is the seventh time Miami has lost to the bills consecutively.

The bills now stand at 5-2 for the season

Titans 34 Colts 31 (OT)

A battle between the two teams saw the titans come out on top after Randy Bullock converted a 44-yard field goal with 4:03 left in OT

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill completed 23 of 33 passes for 265 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.

Eagles 44 Lions 6

Detroit remains winless after a runover by the Philadelphia.

Jalen Hurts completed 9 of 14 passes for 103 yards and rushed 71 yards. Former Lions player Darius Slay also returned a fumbled for a 33-yard touchdown

Steelers 15 Browns 10

Ben Roethlisberger completed 22 of 34 passes for 266 yards with a touchdown.

This is the third straight win for the Steelers who scored the winning TD with 11:04 left from a 2-yard pass by Roethlisberger

49ers 33 Bears 22

Elijah Mitchell ran a career best of 137 rushed yards that ended san Francisco’s losing streak.

Chicago, however, have lost three straight games.

Rookie QB Justin Fields still put on a show as he passed for a touchdown and performed a spectacular 22-yard run on a fourth and one.

He passed 19 for 27 for 175 yards and one interception. He earned a career high 103 running yards and 10 carries.