The AFC East currently features two of the NFL’s top three teams between the New England Patriots and New York Jets. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only other team to share a 5-1 regular season record so far with the 5-2 Baltimore Ravens just behind in the AFC North. The New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons currently lead the NFC standings at 5-2. The once heavily favored Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings are now struggling to gain any ground in their respective Divisions. Bye week teams included the Lions, Colts, Jets and Texans. All Week 7 scores are listed below!
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 39, Cincinnati Bengals 32 – Roddy White caught 11 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns.
Washington Redskins 17, Chicago Bears 14 – Jay Cutler gift wrapped four interceptions for the Redskins to close out the Bears.
Tennessee Titans 37, Philadelphia Eagles 19 – Kenny Britt racked up 225 yards and three TD’s from just seven receptions.
Kansas City Chiefs 42, Jacksonville Jaguars 20 – The Chiefs scored 28 points to win big at home.
Pittsburgh Steelers 23, Miami Dolphins 22 – The Steelers were able to chip in the game winning field goal after a controversial fumble near the goal line.
Cleveland Browns 30, New Orleans Saints 17 – New Orleans rallied in the fourth quarter with 14 points, but it wasn’t enough to cover the early 20 point deficit created by Cleveland in the first half.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 18, St Louis Rams 17 – Josh Freemen led his Buccaneers downfield for a crucial TD in the final seconds.
Carolina Panthers 23, San Francisco 49ers 20 – Richard Marshall’s interception created the opportunity for John Kasay to kick in the winning 37-yard field goal with 39 seconds left to give the Panthers their first win of the season.
Baltimore Ravens 37, Buffalo Bills 34 – The Ravens sparked a 14-point third quarter comeback and concluded the game with an overtime field-goal to keep Buffalo defeated.
Seattle Seahawks 22, Arizona Cardinals 10 – The Cardinals turned the ball over five times to hand Seattle the victory at Qwest Field.
Oakland Raiders 59, Denver Broncos 14 – The Raiders scored 24 first quarter points and kept it going to embarrass the Broncos at Mile High.
New England Patriots 23, San Diego Chargers 20 – The Chargers scored 17 points in the fourth block, setting up Kris Brown to miss the FG at the end of regulation for New England to escape with the W.
Green Bay Packers 28, Minnesota Vikings 24 – Aaron Rodgers completed 21 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns.
Monday, October 25, 2010
New York Giants 41, Dallas Cowboys 35 – Eli Manning came alive for 306 yards and four TD’s from 25 passes completed.