Chiefs rally from 14-points down to defeat the Eagles with an Over Time touchdown.
The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Buffalo Bills 37–34 on Sunday in the NFL, improving their record to 10–1 thanks to a touchdown run in overtime by quarterback Jordan Hurts.
The Eagles, who fell short of Kansas City in the Super Bowl the previous season, trailed at the half but came back to win five straight games.
The Bills, who led 17–7 at halftime and had the lead with seconds left, were severely disappointed by the loss. After dropping to 6-6, Buffalo will now have to fight to qualify for the postseason.
Early in the fourth quarter, the Eagles fell behind 21–14, but they rallied as DeVonta Smith scored on a 15-yard throw from Hurts and Olamide Zaccheaus, in spite of double coverage, caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from Hurts.
With less than two minutes left, quarterback Josh Allen of the Bills replied by zipping a seven-yard throw to Gabe Davis to take a 31-28 lead.
After the Eagles committed two five-yard penalties during their last drive, kicker Jake Elliott had to attempt a 59-yard field goal in pouring rain to send the game into overtime.
After Tyler Bass kicked a 40-yard field goal for the Bills, Hurts found a gap to score the game-winning touchdown after nine plays and 75 yards.
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Raiders 31-17 in Las Vegas after rallying from an early 14-point hole.
Kansas City tied the game at halftime after Isiah Pacheco scored on a one-yard run and Patrick Mahomes connected with Justin Watson on a three-yard throw.
The Chiefs took an 8-3 lead thanks to a second touchdown from Pacheco. The Raiders answered with a field goal, but Kansas City’s 10 points in the fourth quarter sealed the deal.
Russell Wilson, the quarterback for the Denver Broncos, scored a touchdown via passing and ran another as the team defeated the Cleveland Browns 29–12 to win their fifth consecutive game.
In a thrilling 24-21 victory over division rivals Houston, the Jacksonville Jaguars extended their lead in the AFC South thanks to a touchdown and 364 yards passing from quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
After a 37-17 home loss to the Texans, who dropped to 6-5, the Jags moved to 8-3.
With his 306 yards and two touchdown passes, Houston quarterback C.J. Stroud passed Justin Herbert of the Los Angeles Chargers for the record for most passing yards by a rookie in his first 11 games.
Herbert’s record of 3,224 yards was surpassed by Stroud’s 3,266 yards in 2020.
With 34 seconds left, Matt Ammendola attempted a game-tying 58-yard field goal, but it fell painfully short, capping the last drive for the Texans.
– Ravens grind out victory – The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Chargers 20-10 thanks to their potent running attack and solid defense.
The Ravens, who caused four turnovers and sacked Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert three times, won and now have the top record in the AFC at 9-3.
After Herbert found Gerald Everett on a three-yard pass, Los Angeles pulled within three scores, but Zay Flowers’ 37-yard gallop for Baltimore sealed the victory.
In a 16-10 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals plagued by injuries, quarterback Kenny Pickett of the Pittsburgh Steelers completed a season-high 278 yards of passing.
The Steelers emerged victorious over their AFC North opponents, gaining 400+ yards of offense for the first time since 2020 after firing offensive coordinator Matt Canada this week.
Najee Harris scored a touchdown for the Steelers in the third quarter, while Chris Boswell kicked two of his three – goals in the fourth.
After Joe Burrow’s right wrist injury sidelined him for the entire season, Bengals quarterback Jake Browning made his first start and completed 19 of 26 passes in the red zone with one score and one interception.
In order to tie the Saints for first place in the NFC South, the Atlanta Falcons defeated New Orleans 24–15.
The Cleveland Browns were defeated by the Denver Broncos, who were winning for the fifth straight game.