The 2010 NFL regular season has reached the halfway point and a number of teams are still neck and neck within their respective divisions. The New England Patriots and New York Jets are currently competing atop the AFC East at 6-2. The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers also hold a 6-2 record in the AFC North. The AFC South has the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts at 5-3 with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans not far behind. This week’s bye teams were Denver, Tennessee, St. Louis, San Francisco, Washington and Jacksonville. Monday night’s contest showcased the Steelers beating out the 2-6 Bengals 27-21 at Paul Brown Stadium. Check all NFL Week 9 scores below!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 27, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21 – Michael Turner rushed for 107 yards and two touchdowns from 24 carries to keep the Falcons ahead in the NFC South.
Chicago Bears 22, Buffalo Bills 19 – Jay Cutler drove the Bears downfield, hitting Earl Bennett for the go-ahead score with 6:41 left in regulation.
New York Jets 23, Detroit Lions 20 – The Jets rallied back with an overtime field goal to recapture the AFC East lead.
Minnesota Vikings 27, Arizona Cardinals 24 – Brett Favre completed 36 passes for 446 yards and two touchdowns.
New Orleans Saints 34, Carolina Panthers 3 – The Panthers notched a field goal early on but were shut down in the remaining three quarters.
Baltimore Ravens 26, Miami Dolphins 10 – Ray Rice collected 97 receiving yards and 83 yards on the ground to lift his Ravens at home.
Cleveland Browns 34, New England Patriots 14 – Peyton Hillis came through with two TD’s and 184 yards from 29 carries.
San Diego Chargers 29, Houston Texans 23 – Phillip Rivers threw four touchdown passes to lead the Chargers to their first road victory of the season.
New York Giants 41, Seattle Seahawks 7 – The Giants put up 21 points in the first quarter and coasted from there.
Oakland Raiders 23, Kansas City Chiefs 20 – Sebastian Janikowski tied it up with a 41 yard field goal and added another in overtime to earn the W.
Philadelphia Eagles 26, Indianapolis Colts 24 – Michael Vick returned from injury to throw 17 passes for 218 yards and one touchdown.
Green Bay Packers 45, Dallas Cowboys 7 – Green Bay scored 28 points in the second block to humiliate the Cowboys by 38.
Monday, November 8, 2010
Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Cincinnati Bengals 21 – The Bengals scored two TD’s in the fourth but Pittsburgh held on to earn their sixth win of the year.