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NFL Week 10 Summaries

NFL Week 10 Summaries

NFL Week 10 Summaries

The Associated Press - November 6, 2017

UNDATED (AP) - There was speculation that suggested the Philadelphia Eagles would be in trouble after losing offensive lineman Jason Peters to a season-ending injury late last month. So far, that notion has been unfounded.

The Eagles picked up their seventh straight win and improved to an NFL-best 8-1 as Carson Wentz threw for four more touchdowns in a 51-23 throttling of the Broncos. Wentz was 15 of 27 for 199 yards before taking a seat on the bench. He has thrown 17 of his league-leading 23 touchdown passes in the last five games.

Corey Clement had three touchdowns for the Eagles, who didn't allow Denver into the end zone until the fourth quarter. Jay Ajayi (ah-JY'-ee) gained 77 yards on only eight carries, including a 46-yard scoring burst that made it 21-9 just before halftime.

Brock Osweiler (AHS'-wy-lur) threw for 208 yards, two TDs and two interceptions in his first game since being reacquired by the Broncos.

Denver is 3-5 following its fourth straight loss.

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Also in the NFC East, Ezekiel Elliott took advantage of his latest courthouse reprieve by running for the go-ahead touchdown and finishing with 93 yards in the Cowboys' 28-17 comeback over the Chiefs.

The Cowboys wasted a 14-3 lead and trailed 17-14 before Elliott ran in from the Kansas City 2 in the third quarter. Terrance Williams had 141 yards on a career-high nine catches for the 5-3 Cowboys, including a 56-yarder that set up Dak Prescott's 10-yard TD run with 13 seconds left in the first half.

Tyreek Hill had a 57-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown in which he eluded seven Dallas defenders inside the 25, but the Chiefs ended a nine-game road winning streak and fell to 6-3.

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     - The Rams shredded through the Giants' defense while Jared Goff set career highs with four TD tosses and 311 yards passing in a 51-17 laugher at the Meadowlands. Todd Gurley had a pair of scoring runs as Los Angeles won for the fifth time in six games to improve to 6-2, the team's best record at the midway point since 2001. The Rams turned three Giants turnovers into 17 points and also scored a TD on a drive that followed a blocked punt.

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     - The Rams have sole possession of first place in the NFC West after the Seahawks gave up a one-yard scoring run to Rob Kelley with 59 seconds left in the Redskins' 17-14 triumph at Seattle. The Seahawks had just grabbed a 14-10 lead on Russell Wilson's second TD pass of the fourth quarter, a 30-yard strike to Doug Baldwin with 1:34 to play. Seattle fell to 5-3 despite outgaining the 4-4 Redskins 437 yards to 244.

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     - The Saints' winning streak climbed to six games as Drew Brees (breez) was 22-of-27 for 263 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-10 rout of the Buccaneers. Alvin Kamara grabbed a 33-yard TD pass from Brees and also scored on a six-yard run to help New Orleans hand the 2-6 Bucs their fifth consecutive loss. Kamara finished with 172 yards from scrimmage for the Saints, who also scored on Justin Hardee's seven-yard return of his own blocked punt.

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     - The 6-3 Panthers remain a half-game behind the NFC South-leading Saints after Cam Newton rushed for 86 yards and a TD in a 20-17 victory against Atlanta. Carolina ran for 201 yards, including a career-high 66 and a touchdown from rookie Christian McCaffrey. Devin Funchess had 86 yards on five receptions in his first game as Carolina's No. 1 receiver after the team traded Kelvin Benjamin earlier in the week.

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     - The Jaguars are 5-3 after holding the Bengals to a season-low 148 yards in a 23-7 win against Cincinnati. Blake Bortles threw for 259 yards and a touchdown to help the Jaguars stay tied with Tennessee for first place in the AFC South. Marqise Lee had his first TD reception of the season and Jaydon Mickens returned a punt 63 yards for a score that put the game away in the fourth quarter.

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     - The Titans picked up their third straight win as Marcus Mariota (mar-ee-OH'-tah) passed for 218 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-20 decision over the Ravens. Derrick Henry ran for a 1-yard TD and safety Kevin Byard intercepted two passes for the 5-3 Titans, giving the second-year pro five picks over his past two games. Tennessee also sacked Joe Flacco twice and scored 13 points off Byard's first interception and a shanked punt to drop Baltimore to 4-5.

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     - T.Y. Hilton had 175 yards receiving with two touchdowns to help the Colts beat the Texans 20-14 and end a three-game skid. Jacoby Brissett threw for 308 yards filling in for Andrew Luck, who was placed on injured reserve on Thursday and will miss the season after having shoulder surgery in January. Tom Savage threw a fourth-quarter touchdown pass for Houston, but he was just 19 of 44 for 219 yards in his first game since starting quarterback DeShaun Watson sustained a season-ending knee injury.

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     - Adrian Peterson provided the spark in the Cardinals' 20-10 victory against the winless 49ers, carrying a career-high 37 times for 159 yards. Drew Stanton threw two scoring passes in the opening half of his first start of the season in place of the injured Carson Palmer. C.J. Beathard (BEH'-thurd) ran for a touchdown and was 24 of 51 for 294 yards while new Niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo stayed on the sidelines.

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     - Derek Carr threw for 300 yards and Marshawn Lynch scored on a 22-yard run as the Raiders knocked off the Dolphins 27-24 at Miami. Carr went 21 of 30 with one touchdown and one interception to help Oakland end Miami's string of 12 straight wins in games decided by seven points of less. Jay Cutler connected on his first 16 psases following a one-game absence and finished with 311 yards and three scores, but the 4-4 Dolphins lost their second in a row.

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