Tom Brady and the Buccaneers bounce back by crushing the Panthers

After the toughest improvement of his career last week (38–3 cents win), Brady ran for five, three and seven yards to Cameron Brett, Mike Evans and Rob Gronkowski.

He also reached the final zone with a one-yard run.

Ronald Jones set a Buccaneers record with a 98-yard touchdown rush, an achievement that put his team ahead 26-17, halfway through the third quarter. He took the opportunity to set an individual high with 181 yards. Only three other players carried the ball 98 yards or more for touchdowns: Tony Dorsett, Derrick Henry and Ahman Green.

Chris Godwin ran for 92 yards for the Buccaneers (7-3).

Teddy Bridgwater gave a touchdown pass to Colin Thompson in the first quarter, but the Buccaneers scored on their next nine possessions. Bridgewater, however, left the field in the final quarter with a right knee injury.

PJ Walker took over as the quarterback for the Panthers (3-7), who have lost their last five matches.

Surrealist deandre hopkins

A stunning pass from Kyler Murray to DeAndre Hopkins, with two seconds on the clock, saw the Cardinals win 32–30 over the Buffalo Bills in Arizona.

With 43 yards of catches scored despite three carries, Hopkins tallied his total to 127 yards on the day.

With 34 seconds left, Josh Allen delivered a 21-yard touchdown pass to Stephen Diggs. The Bills (7-3) believed they were ahead of the Cardinals’ dramatic result for a fourth straight win, which extended their performance to 6-3.

Murray had 245 aerial yards, including a touchdown pass and an interception. He also had two successes in the pay zone, including one for 15 yards. Murray has scored a big on the floor in his last five matches. He is the first NFL quarterback to achieve the feat since Tobin wept with Green Bay in 1956.

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For the Bills, Cole Beasley was out for 11 yards with 109 yards and a touchdown. Tyler Bass had field goals of 58, 55 and 54 yards.

The steelers remain perfect

It seems that Ben Roenthlisberger does not need to practice to protect the Cincinnati Bengals.

The veteran quarterback had a personal best this season with 333 yards and four touchdown passes, and the Steelers posted a stunning 36-10 win at Pittsburgh.

He won his first nine games, the best start to the season in team history.

Rothlisberger delivered the demonstration, even though he was forced to spend weeks from the team’s training complex due to the COVID-19 protocol. He is one of four Steelers players named to the COVID-19 roster last Monday as they were in contact with tight end Vance McDonald, who tested positive for the disease.

On a gloomy afternoon at Heinz Field, Rothlisberger managed 27 of his 46 passes. He joined Dinata Johnson and Juju Smith-Schuster for touchdowns in the first half. Canadian crook Chase Kleppul caught Roethlisberger’s second two touchdown passes, 5 and 11 yards, in the second half to knock the Bengals out of the game.

Other Results:

  • Lions 30 – Washington 27
  • Jaguar 20 – Packers 24
  • Eagles 17 – Giants 27
  • Texas 7 – Brown 10
  • 49ers 13 – Saints 27
  • Charger 21 – Dolphin 29
  • Broncos 12 – Raiders 37
  • Rams 23 – Sehwax 16

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