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Raiders Shock Chiefs, 24-20, For First Win
Derek Carr threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to James Jones with 1:42 to play, and the Raiders shocked the Kansas City Chiefs, 24-20, in Oakland on Thursday night.
Le’Veon Bell Leads Steelers Past Titans, 27-24
Le'Veon Bell ran for 204 yards and a touchdown, and the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied past the Tennessee Titans, 27-24, in Nashville on Monday night.
The Packers Look Super & Other Things We Learned In NFL Week 11
Green Bay won big again, and New England and Arizona stepped closer to playoff spots. Here's what we learned in the NFL in Week 11:
Miami Dolphins Rally Past Buffalo Bills, 22-9
Ryan Tannehill threw two touchdown passes, and the Miami Dolphins surged past the Buffalo Bills, 22-9, in Florida on Thursday night.
Can the Cardinals Keep Rolling? & Other Things to Watch During NFL Week 11
NFL teams are beginning to jockey for playoff spots as the 2014 season enters its final seven weeks. Here's a look at the most interesting storylines for Week 11:
Philadelphia Eagles Rout Carolina Panthers, 45-21
Mark Sanchez had 332 yards passing and two touchdowns, and the Eagles crushed the Carolina Panthers, 45-21, in Philadelphia on Monday night.
The Packers Own The Bears & Other Things We Learned From NFL Week 10
A big offensive day, a big injury and a big upset highlighted Week 10 of the 2014 NFL season. Here's a recap of the action:
Browns Defense Dominates Bengals, 24-3
The Cleveland defense forced four turnovers and the Browns beat the Bengals, 24-3, in Cincinnati on Thursday night.
Calvin Johnson Returns & Other Things To Know About NFL Week 10
NFL teams charge into the second half of the 2014 season this week. Several battles could shape the playoff picture. Here's a preview of this week's most interesting storylines:
Saints Thump Panthers, 28-10, To Take NFC South Lead
Mark Ingram ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints dominated the Carolina Panthers, 28-10, in Charlotte, N.C. on Thursday night.