Week nine of the NFL season is here.
Several teams rearranged their rosters during the 2022 trade deadline. The Chicago Bears traded quarterback Roquan Smith and acquired receiver Chase Claypool. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins have added EDGE Bradley Chubb to strengthen the defensive front.
Week 9 featured multiple matches with splitting effects in the mid-season mark. The New York Jets pulled off a home upset against the Buffalo Bills. Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinals couldn’t contain the Seattle Seahawks. The Kansas City Chiefs needed extra time to beat the Tennessee Titans Sunday night.
On Monday, the Baltimore Ravens are looking to extend their winning streak in two straight games against the New Orleans Saints at the Caesars Superdome.
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Here’s a rundown of all the week nine events around the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles 29, Houston Texans 17
the summary: The Eagles improved to 8-0 Thursday night. Quarterback Galen Hurts completed 21 of 27 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. He tied for a Dallas Goedert tight end for a 4-yard drop early in the fourth quarter. Texas rookie running back Damon Pierce continued to impress despite losing with 139 rushing yards.
Highlight his knowledge: The end of Texas bullish rookie Teagan Quitoriano captured a 2-yard touchdown in the first quarter. This was his first catch on his NFL debut.
Next: Eagles face the leaders of Washington next Monday night. The Texans stay home to host the New York Giants at NRG Stadium.
New England Patriots 26, Indianapolis Colts 3
the summary: The New England Patriots’ dominant defense scored nine bags over Indianapolis Colts quarterback Sam Ellinger in a solid performance. Although the Patriots’ offensive had its fair share of struggles, New England was able to produce more than enough to outpace Indianapolis.
Highlight his knowledge: Jonathan Jones blocked a kick that was returned for the Patriots touchdown with 6:58 left in the second quarter.
Next: The Patriots are in for a farewell week, as the Ponies travel to take on the Las Vegas Raiders.
New York Jets 20, Buffalo Bills 17
the summary: Coach Robert Saleh and the New York Jets stunned the NFL with a surprisingly big win, and shook the East Asian region’s standings. The Jets’ win ended a five-game winning streak for Buffalo, which failed to muster much attack on the road.
Highlight his knowledge: Jets cornerback intercepted Sos Gardner Bills quarterback Josh Allen with 5:38 left in the third quarter and Buffalo leading 14-10. Gates scored in the possession that followed and the Bills never regained the lead.
Next: The Jets are in farewell week, while the Minnesota Bills host the Vikings.
Detroit Lions 15, Green Bay Packers 9
the summary: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers only scores a quarterback rating of 53.3 amid three interceptions in the North’s frustrating NFC loss. Meanwhile, Lions quarterback Jared Goff threw a pair of touchdowns.
Highlight his knowledge: Rodgers threw a costly interception with a 9:23 left in the third quarter.
Next: The Lions hit the road to face the Chicago Bears, while the Packers host the Dallas Cowboys
Los Angeles Chargers 20, Atlanta Falcons 17
the summary: In a closely contested match, quarterback Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers beat the Atlanta Falcons in a road match. Herbert went 30 for 43 pass for 245 yards and downhill, along with an interception.
Highlight his knowledge: The Chargers’ kicker Cameron Decker, who signed with the team just a few days ago, hit the 37-yard winning goal as time runs out.
Next: The Charger hit the road to face the San Francisco 49ers, while the Falcons visit the Carolina Panthers.
Cincinnati Bengals 42, Carolina Panthers 21
the summary: Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon scored five multi-goals as his team’s defense beat the Carolina Panthers in the first half en route to victory.
Highlight his knowledge: Mixon’s 12-yard catch from Burrow lifted the Bengals 35-0 in the first inning.
Next: The Bengals have a farewell week, while the Panthers host the Atlanta Falcons.
Minnesota Vikings 20, Washington leaders 17
the summary: The Minnesota Vikings engineered a second-half comeback to win. Quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for 265 yards and a pair of touchdowns, one of which was for Justin Jefferson. Meanwhile, Washington’s leaders couldn’t do much to attack in the fourth quarter.
Highlight his knowledge: Harrison Smith intercepted captains quarterback Taylor Heineke with 7:56 minutes into the game, sending Minnesota poised to win.
Next: The Vikings travel to face the Buffalo Bills, while the leaders hit the road for a match with the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles.
Jacksonville Jaguars 27, Las Vegas Raiders 20
the summary: A disappointing season for the Las Vegas Raiders continued when the Jacksonville Jaguars ended a five-game losing streak with a win in Week 9. Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence was a competent player with 25 of 31 passes on the day, while the Raiders managed just 76 yards off the ground.
Highlight his knowledge: Foster Morrow of the Raiders fumbled to catch the ball with 25 seconds left, ending any chance Las Vegas had of trying to come back late.
Next: The Jaguars hit the road to face the Kansas City Chiefs, while the Raiders host the Indianapolis Colts.
Miami Dolphin 35, Chicago Bears 32
the summary: The Miami Dolphins outnumbered the Chicago Bears in a Barnburner match that featured two explosive offenses. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns, while Bears QB Justin Fields netted four total points in a loss.
Highlight his knowledge: Newly acquired Jeff Wilson Jr. had a touchdown pass for 10 yards from Tagovailoa with 6:02 left in the third quarter.
next one: The Dolphins host the Cleveland Browns, while the Bears stay home to play for the Detroit Lions
Seattle Seahawks 31, Arizona Cardinals 21
the summary: The Seattle Seahawks firmly established themselves as the sprinters in the Western NFC with a decisive victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Quarterback Gino Smith threw a pair of touchdowns, and the running rookie running back Kenneth Walker III thrust into two goals.
Highlight his knowledge: Walker accelerated the drop to five yards before 2:14 left in the game to ice the competition for Seattle.
next one: The Seahawks travel to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Cardinals hit the road for a match against the Los Angeles Rams.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16, Los Angeles Rams 13
the summary: Tom Brady drove the Tampa Bay Buccaneers down the field in the final seconds to land the Los Angeles Rams in a match largely dictated by defense. Only two touchdowns were recorded in the match.
Highlight his knowledge: Brady found rookie Cady Otton’s tight end to drop one yard just 9 seconds into the game.
next one: The Buccaneers stay home to play the Seattle Seahawks, while the Rams host the Arizona Cardinals.
Kansas City Chiefs 20, Tennessee Titans 17
the summary: Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelsey found second gear late during the overtime win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Mahomes completed 43 of 68 passes for 446 yards, touchdowns and interceptions. Meanwhile, Kelsey had 10 catches for 106 yards. But it was the Kansas City defense that kept the Chiefs in the game, including defensive end Carlos Dunlap who made four tackles and 1.5 sacks on Titans QB owner Willis. Giants running back Derek Henry continued to cement his stats and kept Tennessee in the game — at least until overtime. Henry ran for 115 yards on 17 coaches, including two touchdowns.
Highlight his knowledge: Mahomes avoided being sacked to find Kelsey in second and eleventh for the first time in overtime. Kelsey twisted his body acrobatic in order to pull down the aisle.
next one: Kansas City hosts the Jacksonville Jaguars, while the Titans return home to take on the Denver Broncos.
Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans Saints
Starting: 8:15 PM ET
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what do you know: The Ravens have a tough challenge Monday night against the Saints. It could be Baltimore without a tight end from Mark Andrews and back with Gus Edwards. Both are listed as suspect on the injury report. The Saints are looking to continue their defensive success on Monday. They shut down the Las Vegas Raiders last week.
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