NFL Week 9 Results

By on November 9, 2009 in

All NFL organizations have officially found success at least once this regular season, following the Buccaneers first win this week over the Green Bay Packers.  The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints remained perfect after a pair of hard fought games.  The Panthers were up on the Saints until they surged back with 24 second half points to win. Indianapolis edged the Texans after a missed field goal in the final seconds.  Check for week 9 highlights and scores below.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Atlanta Falcons 31, Washington Redskins 17 – The Falcons started off with two TD’s in the first quarter and held on from there to collect their fifth win of the season.

Arizona Cardinals 41, Chicago Bears 21 – Kurt Warner was spectacular Sunday with five TD’s and 261 yards passing from 22 total completions.

Cincinnati Bengals 17, Baltimore Ravens 7 – The Bengals defense earned game MVP rights as a unit, holding the Ravens scoreless until the fourth quarter.

Indianapolis Colts 20, Houston Texans 17 – The quest for the undefeated season is still alive for the Colts after a Texans missed field goal to potentially tie the game in the final seconds.

New England Patriots 27, Miami Dolphins 17 – Tom Brady led his squad past Miami with 332 yards and a crucial touchdown pass to Randy Moss.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38, Green Bay Packers 28 – Tampa Bay scored 21 fourth quarter points to battle past the Green Bay Packers and claim their first victory of the season.

Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Kansas City Chiefs 21 – Kansas City sparked a late game comeback, but limited time was allowed as the Jags held on by three points.

Seattle Seahawks 32, Detroit Lions 20 – Matt Hasselbeck racked up 329 yards and a TD from 39 passes completed.

New Orleans Saints 30, Carolina Panthers 20 – The Saints fought their way back in the second half, moving their record to 8-0 for the first time in franchise history.

San Diego Chargers 21, New York Giants 20 – San Diego put up a TD late in the game to hand New York their fourth straight loss.

Tennessee Titans 34, San Francisco 49ers 27 – Tennessee dominated the second half with 24 second half points to coast by the 49ers.

Dallas Cowboys 20, Philadelphia Eagles 16 – Tony Romo threw for 307 yards and a TD as the Cowboys defense came together and held McNabb and the Eagles to just 3 points in the final quarter.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Pittsburgh Steelers 28, Denver Broncos 10 – The Steelers scored two TD’s in the fourth quarter to wrap things up in Denver, handing the Broncos their second straight loss of the season

Bye Week Teams: Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders. St Louis Rams, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets


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