The NFL’s top preseason contenders played like it in the first quarter of the season. Defending champion Kansas City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas and Buffalo are 17-3 combined.
Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes threw the 200th touchdown pass of his career, reaching the milestone in his 84th game to break Dan Marino’s NFL record.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin completed his comeback from a near-death experience in January by playing against Miami on Sunday.
No matter how productive their offense had been coming into Buffalo, Tua Tagovailoa and the Dolphins still find themselves trying to keep pace with the Bills in the AFC East.
Saints quarterback Derek Carr says he doesn’t want his shoulder injury to be an excuse for how New Orleans’ offense sputtered during a 26-9 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Taylor Swift couldn’t just shake off another chance to watch Travis Kelce on the football field. The 12-time Grammy Award winner arrived at MetLife Stadium about 40 minutes before kickoff Sunday night to watch Kelce and his Kansas City Chiefs take on the New York Jets.
After many of his teammates had showered, dressed and left the stadium, Bryce Young sat in front of his locker still in full uniform staring straight ahead while pondering another Carolina Panthers defeat.
Khalil Mack set a franchise single-game record with six sacks, Justin Herbert accounted for three touchdowns and the Los Angeles Chargers held on to beat the Las Vegas Raiders 24-17.
DaRon Bland returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown, Leighton Vander Esch scooped up a fumble for a score and the Dallas Cowboys blew out the New England Patriots 38-3.
Just getting Anthony Richardson back on the field was one big step for the Indianapolis Colts. Watching the rookie quarterback comfortably navigate a 23-point rally in the final 20 minutes was even more significant.
Christian McCaffrey scored a career-high four touchdowns and the San Francisco 49ers won their 14th straight regular season game, beating the Arizona Cardinals 35-16.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive tackle Jerry Tillery was ejected for a late hit on Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert in the second quarter of their 24-17 loss on Sunday.
Joe Burrow keeps playing. The NFL’s highest-paid player with the lightning quick release clearly isn’t himself. Blame the right calf strained back in training camp.
Bears coach Matt Eberflus praised his team’s passion and energy. He said the team’s execution was “really good in spots,” and that was “a big improvement.”
The New England Patriots pulled third-year starting quarterback Mac Jones after two turnovers led directly to touchdowns for the Dallas Cowboys.
Howell puts Buffalo disaster behind him, shines in tying drive but can’t lead Commanders past Eagles
Washington quarterback Sam Howell shed a disaster game in Buffalo to flash a glimpse of why the Commanders believe so strongly in him.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City shook off a subpar performance during which they blew a 17-point lead, but held on to defeat the New York Jets 23-20 on Sunday night.
Matthew Stafford overcame a hip injury to throw a 22-yard touchdown pass to record-breaking rookie Puka Nacua in overtime to give the Los Angeles Rams a 29-23 victory at Indianapolis.
Jalen Hurts threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns, and Jake Elliott kicked a 54-yard field goal in overtime to lift the Philadelphia Eagles to a 34-31 win over the Washington Commanders.
Josh Allen threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score, and the Buffalo Bills brought Miami’s unbeaten start to an emphatic end, beating the division rival Dolphins 48-20.
Aaron Rodgers strolled the New York Jets’ sideline on crutches, greeting his teammates and coaches as well as members of the Kansas City Chiefs a few hours before their game.
Baker Mayfield threw three touchdown passes and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New Orleans Saints 26-9.
Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns, Wil Lutz kicked a tiebreaking field goal with just under two minutes remaining and the Denver Broncos bounced back from one of the most lopsided losses in franchise history by rallying to beat the Chicago Bears 31-28 on Sunday.
Rookie C.J. Stroud had another big game Sunday, throwing for 306 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Houston Texans to a 30-6 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Lamar Jackson ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more against Cleveland’s top-ranked defense, leading the Baltimore Ravens to a 28-3 win over the Browns.
Kirk Cousins threw two touchdown passes to Justin Jefferson and D.J. Wonnum returned Bryce Young’s fumble 51 yards for a momentum-changing touchdown, and the Minnesota Vikings held on to beat the Carolina Panthers 21-13 on Sunday for their first win of the season.
Bills starting cornerback Tre’Davious White was carted off the field with what’s feared to be a season-ending injury to his right Achilles tendon in the third quarter of Buffalo’s 48-20 win over the Miami Dolphins.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 240 yards and a touchdown and the Tennessee Titans rebounded from the franchise’s worst offensive performance in 49 years by routing the Cincinnati Bengals 27-3 Sunday.
Desmond Ridder hasn’t put up big numbers in his handful of NFL starts for the Falcons. At least he hadn’t thrown many interceptions, though. Until Sunday.