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    Atlanta at Seattle, 8:30 p.m. EST. The Falcons (5-4) are coming off their most impressive victory of the season, a 27-7 domination of Dallas last week. Matt Ryan and Atlanta take on Russell Wilson and Seattle for the third time in the past 13 months, with the teams splitting the last two meetings – including the Falcons’ NFC divisional playoff win in January. The Seahawks (6-3) won’t have defensive leaders Richard Sherman, Cliff Avril or Kam Chancellor in this one because of injuries.

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    – Tom Brady, Patriots, threw for 339 yards and three touchdowns to lead New England to an easy 33-8 victory over Oakland in Mexico City.

    – Drew Brees, Saints, passed for 385 yards and two touchdowns, going 11 of 11 for 164 yards and his only two touchdowns on New Orleans’ final two possessions of regulation in a 34-31 overtime win over Washington.

    – Andy Dalton, Bengals, threw three touchdown passes in Cincinnati’s 20-17 win over the Broncos on Sunday, their first win in Denver since 1975.

    – Matthew Stafford, Lions, threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns in Detroit’s 27-24 win over Chicago.

    – Kirk Cousins, Redskins, passed for 322 yards and three touchdowns [url=]Cheap Cody Latimer Jersey[/url] , finishing 22 of 32 with no interceptions in Washington’s 34-31 overtime loss at New Orleans.

    – Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buccaneers, threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns, and Tampa Bay snapped a six-game road slide by topping Miami 30-20.

    – Carson Wentz, Eagles, threw for two touchdowns and three 2-point conversions after Philadelphia lost kicker Jake Elliott to a head injury, in a 37-9 victory over Dallas.


    – Mark Ingram, Saints, capped a 134-yard rushing performance with gains of 20 and 31 yards on back-to-back carries to set up the winning field goal by Wil Lutz in New Orleans’ 34-31 overtime win over Washington.

    – Jordan Howard, Bears, ran for 125 yards and a touchdown in Chicago’s 27-24 loss to Detroit.

    – LeSean McCoy, Bills, rushed for 114 yards and a score and also caught a 12-yard TD pass in Buffalo’s 54-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.

    – Latavius Murray, Vikings, rushed for 95 yards and two touchdowns in Minnesota’s 24-7 win over the Los Angeles Rams.

    – Samaje Perine, Redskins, carried 23 times for 117 yards [url=]Cheap Kareem Martin Jersey[/url] , including a 1-yard TD, in a losing cause as Washington fell to New Orleans 34-31 in overtime.

    – D’Onta Foreman, Texans, ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns to help Houston to a 31-21 win over Arizona, but was carted off the field with an ankle injury after his second score.


    – Keenan Allen, Chargers, had 12 receptions for 159 yards and two touchdowns in Los Angeles’ 54-24 win over Buffalo.

    – Kenny Stills, Dolphins, had seven catches for 180 yards and a TD in Miami’s 30-20 loss to Tampa Bay.

    – Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, caught nine passes for 91 yards and a TD in Arizona’s 31-21 loss at Houston.

    – Davante Adams, Packers, had 126 yards on eight catches in Green Bay’s 23-0 loss to Baltimore.

    – Brandin Cooks, Patriots, caught six passes for 149 yards, including a 64-yard touchdown, in New England’s 33-8 rout of Oakland.

    – Adam Thielen [url=]Cheap Nate Solder Jersey[/url] , Vikings, finished with 123 yards, including a 65-yard TD, on six receptions in Minnesota’s 24-7 win over the Los Angeles Rams.

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    – Wil Lutz, Saints, kicked a 28-yard field goal in overtime to lift New Orleans to a 34-31 triumph over Washington.

    – Matt Prater, Lions, booted a 52-yard field goal through a gusting win with 1:35 remaining and Detroit held on to beat Chicago 27-24.

    – Patrick Murray, Buccaneers, kicked a go-ahead 35-yard field goal with 4 seconds remaining to help Tampa Bay beat Miami 30-20.

    – Aldrick Rosas, Giants, kicked a 23-yard yard goal in overtime to lead New York to its second win of the season, 12-9 over Kansas City.

    – Ardarius Glanton, Buccaneers, recovered a fumble for a TD on the final play as Miami tried a lateral-filled last-ditch attempt at a kickoff return in Tampa Bay’s 30-20 win.

    – Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots, set a New England record with a 62-yard field goal at the end of the first half of a 33-8 victory over Oakland.


    – Yannick Ngakoue [url=]Cheap Saquon Barkley Jersey[/url] , Jaguars, had 2 1/2 sacks of DeShone Kizer to help lift Jacksonville to a 19-7 win at Cleveland.

    – Casey Hayward, Chargers, made two of the Chargers’ five interceptions by Buffalo rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman and Los Angeles cruised to a 54-24 victory.

    – Telvin Smith, Jaguars, recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown with 1:14 remaining in Jacksonville’s 19-7 win at Cleveland.

    – DJ Hayden, Lions, ran back a fumbled snap 27 yards for a touchdown in Detroit’s 27-24 victory at Chicago.

    – Korey Toomer, Chargers, returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown in Los Angeles’ 54-24 rout of Buffalo.


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